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There are a bunch of mountains in California. The biggest ones are on the eastern side of the state and in the far north. As far as I know, mountains are the only places that routinely get snow. Lower altitudes might get cold in the winter and get ice on cars or frost on plants, but the conditions arenít right for proper snow.
ILikeRobots said it right, basically - we have all the biomes. Or most of them. We donít have rainforest (although the far northern end of the state is closer to Pacific Northwest levels of wet), and we donít quite hit the tropics (youíd have to go further south or southeast into Mexico for that, I think), but we have pretty much everything else.
Edited by SapphireBlue on Mar 24th 2020 at 11:31:53 AM
Right. Even though I'm playing a few games right now (Tales of Vesperia, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, and I still need to get back on Xenoblade Chronicles 2 main and Torna for the post game, and New Game+), I'm about ready to finally download the DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Once again, outside of Kilton now keeping track of the Mini-Bosses you've killed, is there anything I should be looking out for in the regular post game before I start the DLC?
Isn't there supposed to be a Moldera King or something that only appears after you beat the game?
Anything else like that?
Just by Ocarina and Majora's association,I believe Kilton may play a huge role on Breath 2,also, we will need his balloon to reach floating Hyrule Castle, may be a major travel tool on the game like the Odyssey as Zelda and Mario aways have similar game design Ideas trough,generations,another evidence is Kilton being the only source of Monster's Elixir,implied on diaries to be used by the Castle's confectioner on some evil plot and maybe is a infiltrated Yiga clan member behind the calamity.
Edited by LoutishHelminthic on Mar 30th 2020 at 12:44:07 PM
I don't think there's any post-credits changes to the game other than Kilton's scorekeeping.
The King Molduga appears as part of the DLC quests.
I will admit that at first I was annoyed with the mechanic of getting struck by lightning, but now I understand that this was clearly in service of the endgame of putting on the Thunder Helm, decking Link out with metal, and laughing like a maniac as the wrath of the heavens descends in my wake.
I'm about ready to beat Ganondorf, but I want to finish the shrines first. I've got about a dozen left: is there a graceful (i.e. not scouring 120 points on the map) way to check what I'm missing?
Personally, i didn't finish the shrines, and only finished a little over half before fighting Ganon because i wanted an awesome final boss fight that was still a challenge. I think if i got the shrines and the upgrades, Ganon would be a joke.
Ah, but consider: I am not good at this game.
I guess years of Zelda and other action adventure games makes me a veteran.
What's your usual go to weapon? If not using the Master sword, i rely on the Zora tridents and Gerudo scimitars.
Also pro tip, spam Urbosa's ability on Ganon. Not only is it helpful, it's so fitting.
Edited by RedHunter543 on Mar 30th 2020 at 11:28:43 AM
The only way to check for shrines quickly is to look it up online.
Fast: How many shrine quests you have done and have left.
Long: Guides have pics of the map location for non-quest shrines.
Otherwise just have the radar on.
Whoops, triggered the fight by accident while exploring the castle. Did in fact beat him with Urbosa's special.
Though for the second phase it sent me the crappy horse that I found first, that I'd only been keeping for sentimentality's sake. Since I hate the horse controls anyway I just did it on foot.
I had Ganon's horse when i fought him. So fitting.
I used the motorbike.
FYI when you fight Ganon's last stage, you get whichever horse you don't have currently boarded at the stables. So you can pick.
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