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Hello President Brit may I ask why don\'t you think Link and Zelda fit the Red Oni Blue Oni trope when many people describe Zelda as bubbly and Link as lazy?
Square Peg Round Trope: you are forcing two characters into an archetype they don\'t suit. If you want more fitting examples, look at Link/Groose and the Sword Spirits. One being mildly outgoing and the other being a little reserved is not enough.
And if you\'re who I think you are, you strongly disliked Zelda for some bizarre reason. So I don\'t think you\'re the most reliable when it comes to characterising either her or Link.
I have a question: Is Ghirahim's true nature as a living weapon be hidden in spoilers or be revealed? I see a mixture of both on his page.
Disappears into Light: Which really does not make any sense when it happens.
I think this should be changed to just the trope. Given that Impa was the past form of the old woman, and a lot of time seems to have passed since Hylia stopped Demise, it's likely that she was just extremely old (magical life extension from the Goddess, perhaps) and the animators went for the light approach rather than just having her fall over.
While I was the one who changed the Zelda picture from the concept art to the screenshot, I still think that the concept art fits in better with the rest of the pictures, and looks better on the page. However, the gigantic bird sort of distracts from Zelda.
I cropped the bird out, which would be fine, but you see how her hand was hidden, and is now missing some fingers. Just checking to see if anyone thinks this is detrimental before putting it up.
ETA: Ach, I clipped a bit of her boot off—well, I can always crop the image again, but the point stands.
It can easily be replaced when there is a better alternative, so I don't see why not. Though I personally don't think the bird is a problem either.
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