You took the words right out of my mouth. About MM, at least.
The Wind Waker was my first Zelda game, so it harbors sort of a sentimental value to me. Of course, since it was my first, I didn't know much about OoT and the rest of the Zelda world/lore, and I didn't quite understand the wider scope of the story when I first played it.
Angry? No, no not at all! I tend to be too laid back for my own good, and really, you did nothing wrong there in my eyes. Not nearly enough to irk me. I've seen you around the forums, and you seem like a pretty cool individual, so, as a result, I decided to go ahead and add you ^^
Oh. I read about his inter-dimensional traveling from Final Fantasy Wiki, after trying to find out information on how to defeat him. Before that, I though he was only a boss in FF12, I did not know he was in multiple games in the series. I myself have on played VII, VIII, X, X-2, XII, and I only beat X, X-2, XII. I plan on buying FF13 soon. Since finding out about FFwiki, I've read about all the FF games extensively, so it's almost like I played them all!
Did you ever have any problems defeating Gilgamesh in FF? I've only faced him once-In Final Fantasy 12-he was easy the first time around, then later in the game I got beat up! XD I never got around to defeating him; I guess I just gave up. Then I traded my FF12 at Gamestop.
You mean the little circle next to your name that indicates if you're online? On Zelda Dungeon? You have to click on the "Forum Actions" above your Profile. On the drop down menu, select "General Settings" and turn "Invisible Mode" on. Bada bing! And I still visit IGN every once in a while, but they've been disappointing lately with their videos and stuff. They might win me back, though.
Saturn's Moon's gravity was nothing for the Iron Boots I got on my journey in Hyrule! LOL Oh and yeah, the AIDS thing was extremely sad when I first the episode when I was a little kid. I think the kid died at the end of that episode; I actually recall bursting into tears about it. The video they posted about that episode is added to my reasons why I don't really like IGN; and I didn't really get the humor of it, to be honest. I guess they were trying to say that Chuck Norris is awesome, because he had the courage to tell a little kid he has AIDS...or something like that. ...I dunno.