I think it's because it's a videogame and people would get annoyed if every time they pulled out a bomb there was a cut scene were Link pulls out his bag, grabs a bomb, grabs a match, lights the match and then lights the bomb fuse.
This isn't a mystery. It's just a videogame. No offense, but it annoys me when people try to get an answer to something that has no evidence or theory or reason behind it. It's one thing to discuss mysteries such as why the Picori disappear or why the Deku disappear but it's another to ask something along the lines of how can Link carry all of his items.
It has no answer except it's a videogame.
man i really dont care, obviously i know its just a game. I just like to hear what other people think about topics that cant really be explained "cause its a game."
i know your right but ANYONE could give that answer. it a little closed minded to repeat that same old argument.
try using your imagination once in a while. it's a lot more interesting.
Also did you see Barnes say somewhere or imply something that bomb-making was science? Nope.
so you don't think building bombs involves any science at all? well first off your going to need to get the materials, that takes some research, then measuring out those materials and chemicals (chemicles are a mojor part of science) to produce a controlled explosion. every bomb in zelda produses the same explosion therefore the bombs are made with a certain formula ensuring the blasts are the same size.
if that isn't some science right there then i don't know what is... and i just got out of high school.
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