Bringer of Jollity
- Jan 24, 2010
- Great Lakes
He flies on the Hyrulian Phoenix. As he jumps down a phoenix...the one shown on the crest with the triforce, swoops in and picks him up and takes him to the ground level.
Wingull's taken. (Pokémon)I can picture the bird creature having a name like Wingull (Lol got that from a Miazaki film which depicts a messed up bear with a bird friend) or something that sounds like it might fly. I was thinking that it could be possible (if the original plot was not true) that this was the way link got up there in the first place.
It is confirmed that the Skyward Sword is what allows him to travel between Skyloft and the land below (probably Hyrule).
IGN said:The Skyward Sword is his driving force behind his traveling between lands.
1up said:The thing that leads link into this other land is the Skyward Sword.
gamespot said:The reason he goes down is in the title--it's the Skyward Sword.
"driving force" and "leads" are both ambiguous. "Reason" means just that. Aonuma seems to imply in his interview that this only occurs the first time he receives it, without mentioning using it to go back and forth. I don't see anything saying it "allows" him to travel.Aonuma said:The subtitle, Skyward Sword, is really the event that both reveals the land to Link and leads him on his journey and that's the Skyward Sword. So when he gets that, that's the event, again, that reveals where Link needs to go and what he needs to do.
Even if Link were to land in Lake Hylia, the surface tension of the water would break his jump like concrete.