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Favorite Zelda Stage in Smash Brothers?

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How would you rank the Zelda stages in the Smash brothers series from worst to best?
Asking for a ranking more on being a Zelda fan rather then a Smash Brothers competitive fan. For reference the stages are:

Hyrule Castle
Great Bay
Temple
Bridge of Eldin
Pirate Ship
Gerudo Valley
Spirit Train
Skyloft
Great Plateau Tower
 

Spirit

ZD Legend
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Nov 29, 2011
1. Great Bay
2. Pirate Ship
3. Hyrule Castle
4. Bridge of Eldin
5. Gerudo Valley
6. Temple
7. Skyloft
8. Spirit Train
9. Great Plateau Tower
 

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Shadi Smith
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Location
Trump's America
1. Great Bay
2. Pirate Ship
3. Gerudo Valley
4. Great Plateau Tower
5. Skyloft
6. Spirit Train
7. Bridge of Eldin
8. Hyrule Castle
9, anything my brain can come up w/ while in a coma
10. the underground labyrinth in melee's adventure mode
11. Shirley Temple
 

thePlinko

ZD Champion
Joined
Mar 18, 2019
My personal favorite would probably be skyloft. It’s one of my favorite locations in the entire Zelda series. The stage itself is terrific. It’s not just your regular boring static stage like temple or hyrule castle, yet it’s also not annoying to play on like great sea and to a lesser extent spirit train. every time this stage pops up on random I can’t help but sing along to the ballad of the goddess.
 

DarkestLink

Darkest of all Dark Links
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Oct 28, 2012
Tier A
1. Bridge of Eldin
2. Temple

Tier B

3. Gerudo Valley

Tier C

4. Hyrule Castle
5. Great Bay
6. Skyloft

Tier D

7. Great Plateau Tower

Tier F

8. Spirit Train
9. Pirate Ship
 

Quin

Disaster Master
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Dec 26, 2017
Location
Netherlands
1. Hyrule castle, still my favorite stage in smash
2. Pirate ship
3. Temple
4. Great Bay
5. Gerudo valley
6. Spirit train
7. Skyloft
8. Bridge of eldin
9. Great plateau tower

Honestly I think all the zelda stages are well done and one of the best in the stage selection, but that might be bias.
 

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