Well, this is a little minor, but could potentially throw some off if not reworded; On this page of the site: http://www.zeldadungeon.net/Zelda03-a-link-to-the-past-heart-pieces.php
for heart piece #7, it says "West of the Sanctuary are a few rocks. Pick up the big one and walk down the staircase..."
It would be more accurately worded as "West of the Sanctuary is a pile of rocks. Bash into it with the Pegasus Boots and walk down the staircase..."
You can get this piece of heart before you have the power glove, and you cannot lift piles of rocks ever anyway in the game. They're for bashing into only.
It's like the running dude says: "Anyway, because you have such quick feet, it might be a good idea to run and bash into many things..."
I would however like to applaud the pieces of heart page overall, to whoever made it. The side by side maps are a very handy addition, and every piece of heart has a still of the scene. I like the page very much so.
For the both of you! Any suggestion for walkthroughs and guides, you can go to our Contact Page and leave a message there. This will guaranteed that the walkthrough and guide writers will get it and fix it. They usually aren't very active on the forums.I think your game guides are great, but I have a suggestion for an improvement in the "Biggoron Sword Trading Sequence" guide. The guide advices the player to go through Kakariko village and go up the mountain trail to deliver the Biggoron Eye Drops, however, this route means the player does not have much room for error time-wise.
When doing this quest I chose to ride Epona to Kokiri Village, go into the Lost Woods and enter Goron City (the passage from there to the Death Mountain Crater has to be open, of course) go from there to the Death Mountain Crater, follow the passage to the right, smash the rock on the ledge (if you haven't already, this means you have to have the hammer) jump across to the other ledge and go up the ladder and through the passage to the top of Death Mountain. When I took this route I had a 1 minute and 20 seconds to spare when I delivered the eye drops.
An alternative way to go is to go by the warp pad (using the Hookshot) and take the bean ride to the top of the mountain and go through the passage. Both are immensely time-saving when doing this quest.
RPG's do go in the game section. As for a sub section, we can may consider it.Umm, I am not sure if this should go here, but what about a subsection inside the fourm games for RPGs? Considering how many there is, it seems plauable in my eyes.
That could be a possibility if you use an Internet Explorer less then version 8. Neverless, I'll get that fixed as soon as possible. Thanks for the notification.Umm...this is just something I've noticed recently, but when I use Internet Explorer and I go to log in, I don't see the 'Remember Me?' option. And since I can't check the box, it has me having to log back in every few minutes when sitting idle while chatting in the SB. But when I go to Mozilla Firefox and go to log in, I see the 'Remember me?' box there. I don't know why it disappeared for on IE, but it's been that way for at least a day now.
I completely disagree with the statement you have made Ember, you may believe that it makes people power hungry, but I don't see how. Why would having more rep make someone power hungry? Someone with high rep doesn't gain any powers from having high rep, they just gain more bars as they go along. The only thing on the forums here that will cause people to become power hungry is if they gain a position as a mod, and then want to become a super mod just so they can have the power, and to be fair, no mod here is doing that (although Axle wants to become a Super Mod, I understand his reasoning behind doing so, and I agree).This probably undos all of you hard work, but.... Maybe youguys should remove the REP system. All it does is make people power hungry and use their power negitivly to influence others.
The Forum Games section is very popular and I don't think that just based on its content it should be removed. It is a sub-forum, so its not even out in the open for everyone to notice so easily. It is also a place where not just regular members go to post, but I have seen many times that even our forum staff post in there. With that said, I don't think its necessary at all to remove something from the forums that the majority of the people here enjoy. The fact that the section doesn't attribute to user post counts is also a big reason that its not as harmful as people seem to think. This is why the section is also not heavily moderated. Unless someone is posting porn in there or something inappropriate, then there's basically no rules broken. Since each thread would act as its own game, it would have its own rules and if the thread abides by the most basic of forum rules then its fine with me. Any problems within the section can be reported as posts or whatever if the situation is bad enough.If we don't remove the forum games section, I'd at least like it more heavily moderated, or more moderators posted. On such a horrible and embarrassing part of our forums, only one moderator isn't close to enough.
Would it be possible to put two sub-sections in the Fan Works section?
One sub-section for works in text form such as fan fics, songs, and poems,
the other for works that are drawn, any other kind of picture, and movies or animations
That should be fixed. If it doesn't look right or if you have problems. Please give inform us! Thanks for informing us of that little problem!Umm...this is just something I've noticed recently, but when I use Internet Explorer and I go to log in, I don't see the 'Remember Me?' option. And since I can't check the box, it has me having to log back in every few minutes when sitting idle while chatting in the SB. But when I go to Mozilla Firefox and go to log in, I see the 'Remember me?' box there. I don't know why it disappeared for on IE, but it's been that way for at least a day now.