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'''The Legend of Zelda: Randomizer''' is a VideoGame/ZeldaClassic quest series by Creator/HeroOfFire. The first game is based on the original first and second quests from [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first Zelda game]], with all new dungeons in between.

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'''The Legend of Zelda: Randomizer''' is a VideoGame/ZeldaClassic VideoGameRandomizer quest series by Creator/HeroOfFire. The first game is based on the original first and second quests from [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first Zelda game]], with all new dungeons in between.


See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game, as well as ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTimeRandomizer''. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], also known as ''Zelda Randomizer'', which runs off of the original NES ROM (TV Tropes page [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaRandomizer here ]]).

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See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game, as well as ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTimeRandomizer''. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], also known as ''Zelda Randomizer'', which runs off of the original NES ROM (TV Tropes page [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaRandomizer here ]]).
[[VideoGame/Zelda1Randomizer here]]).


See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game, as well as ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTimeRandomizer''. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], which runs off of the original NES ROM.

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See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game, as well as ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTimeRandomizer''. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], also known as ''Zelda Randomizer'', which runs off of the original NES ROM.
ROM (TV Tropes page [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaRandomizer here ]]).


See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], which runs off of the original NES ROM.

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See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game.game, as well as ''VideoGame/OcarinaOfTimeRandomizer''. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], which runs off of the original NES ROM.


See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game.

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See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principle to a different game.
game. Not to be confused with [[https://sites.google.com/site/zeldarandomizer/ Fred Coughlin's randomizer for the original game]], which runs off of the original NES ROM.


See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principal to a different game.

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See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principal principle to a different game.



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See also, ''VideoGame/ALinkToThePastRandomizer'', which applies a similar principal to a different game.

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* AbilityRequiredToProceed: Several times you will have to leave dungeons incomplete and search others for items when you come across enemies that require specific items needed to defeat them such as the bows and arrows against Gohmas. The random item appearance aspect of this quest could force you to return much later in the game to finish the dungeon.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: For some of the lesser used offensive items such as the wand, hammer or even the candle at the start of the game. They will be your main source of attack until you find the sword.


'''The Legend of Zelda: Randomizer''' is a VideoGame/ZeldaClassic quest series by Creator/HeroOfFire. The first game is based on the original first and second quests from [VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda1 the first Zelda game], with all new dungeons in between.

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'''The Legend of Zelda: Randomizer''' is a VideoGame/ZeldaClassic quest series by Creator/HeroOfFire. The first game is based on the original first and second quests from [VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda1 [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI the first Zelda game], game]], with all new dungeons in between.

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'''The Legend of Zelda: Randomizer''' is a VideoGame/ZeldaClassic quest series by Creator/HeroOfFire. The first game is based on the original first and second quests from [VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda1 the first Zelda game], with all new dungeons in between.

There are three games in the series so far: Randomizer and Randomizer Super, Randomizer BS, based on Map 1 and Map 2 of the Japan-only Broadcast Sattleview game, and currently in demo form based on the ROM hack Zelda Challenge: Outlands.


The quest series has the following examples:

* AntiFrustrationFeatures: Some of the bosses' weaknesses are different to accommodate the greatly expanded inventory.
* BonusDungeon
* GottaCatchEmAll: Your goal isn't just to save Zelda, it's also collecting every item.
* SchizophrenicDifficulty: Invoked. The game's difficulty depends on the items you have.
* UpdatedRerelease: The Super version of the first game adds new items and fixes bugs.

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