March onward forever...
- Jan 17, 2011
- one step further than before.
If you read my OP you'll see I thought the original marketing was just a poor translation because it wasn't this explicit.Y'all weren't complaining about this before even though this is how they've been marketing it from the start (at least, I haven't seen you say anything about it). And @Lozjam pointed out that the Master Sword isn't always the only thing necessary to beat Ganon. I'm not saying you can't disagree with it, I'm saying I didn't think you fully grasped the point of the game, based on what you were saying.
Well if you read my damn post you'd notice I said that you don't have a master sword in Zelda I.There is no master sword in Zelda 1. It's called ther magical sword.
No sword runs of Zelda 1 always fail right at Ganon because you need the sword to hit him nefore you use the silver arrow.
A no Sword run of Zelda is said to be complete when you reach Ganon.
In ALTTP, the level 2 sword is the master sword. Level 3 and 4 are just upgrades. I believe you have to get the Master Sword to progress the gsame in ALTTP.
Not IN the sword. Perhaps light/silver arrows are another method because they are blessed by the gods but normal **** I isn't good enough.Even with the Master Sword he's still sealed away in most games.
It does. The Four Sword also has special properties which allows things to be sealed inside it. The Master Sword is the only one that can effectively defeat Ganon.Whether it's inside the sword itself or not isn't the point. He's still sealed away most of the time in one way or another.
*accidently burns Ganon alive while he's sealed inside the castle*What if you accidentally trigger an endgame cutscene while just goofing around because you venture too close to wherever the event takes place? Say I'm dicking around setting grass on fire near the castle where ganon is and now I have to fight him and beat the game and can't back out
I don't think it's that easy. I imagine there are a couple things you'd have to do beforehand, like you'd likely have to be aware of how to unlock the fight before you do it.What if you accidentally trigger an endgame cutscene while just goofing around because you venture too close to wherever the event takes place? Say I'm dicking around setting grass on fire near the castle where ganon is and now I have to fight him and beat the game and can't back out
I can understand why you'd be hesitant to burn down your cousins the Koroks accidentally. However I doubt that you can burn down Hyrule Castle on accident. Grass fires don't melt stone blocks.Even worse, what if u set so much grass on fire that it spreads to Hyrule Castle and burns down the place killing ganon in the process? You'd just be off picking apples and then bam the credits would roll and you wouldn't even know why. I think I'm gonna cancel my preorder now.