I thought Zelda said somewhere he couldn't use it either. Overall it makes much more sense that I am mistaken, but I could of sworn I read that during that scene. Zelda's point and opinion on the nature of the Triforce as existing as hope for mortals against the gods, and things on their level of power (such as demons) sort of plays into this though. It doesn't seem to cross anyone's mind that humans would abuse it, only the demons would.
... WHERE THE HECK HAVE YOU BEEN?! Seriously though, this makes the most sense ive heard so far. I tip my Santa Hat (That I actually am Wearing right now) to you. Well done! :yes:I didn't like Demise too much either, I would have much preferred Girahim to be the final boss and he could have summoned a something, like Demise to fight against him with Link, Outnumber Link in the final battle or have Demise as a really hard to defend against special move during the fight. I was gutted when Girahim fell and turned into the sword since i think Link and Girahim really had a good rivalry going.
When Nintendo said they would show Ganondorf's origins I figured it'd be a cutscene after the game, like a stinger after the credits of a movie, and that cutscene could have shown Ganondorf rising from whatever Girahim had started prequel stories usually do that... kick you in the teeth after you've sorted everything out. I also didn't feel the need for Demise to spell out the curse of the three chosen ones Link, Zelda and Ganondorf cycling with each generation, after playing TP and WW and other Zelda games I thought it was common knowledge, being an origins story I knew it would say it at some point but it didn't need to make a meal of it with Demise's last words...
Though the main thing that bugged me most about Demise, other than only showing up at the end with a backstory that sounded a little like Ganondorf's from OoT after the seven year jump... was the fact that he looked like Akuma from street fighter...
Yeah. this is one of the reasons i stopped think this subject.You do know that the Imprisoned was Demise? And his backstory was explained in the intro. He was seen in the visions, explained by Zelda in the past, and fought thriced before confronting him in the past. His return is the main goal that Ghirahim has and if Demise was introduced half-way, plotting his new evil plan, Ghirahim becomes less important to the plot overall.
I know he is The Imprisoned. I just didn't like that you saw his true form at the very end of the game, whether in TP you see Ganondorf halfway through the game and you get to know him better that way
Off-topic: I'll assume the final boss battle was short/crappy because he hadn't absorbed Hylia's powers yet.