Well, in the ending of MM, the Skull Kid sniffs you, and says "Hee hee, you smell like a boy I met in the forest" or something to that effect. I'll have to finish MM to find out for sure, but that's why most people think they're one and the same.I was always under the impression that the skull kid who gives you the piece of heart in OoT was not the same as the Skull Kid from MM. How can you tell?
That makes sense because if he was around for 100 years, he must be immortal. Also, in TP, when you slash/bite him, he doesn't die.On a side note, what do you think the relationship of the Skull Kid from Twilight Princess is... in respect to the Skull Kid from Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask. The Skull Kid in Twilight Princess does know Saria's Song, so I would have to say it is in fact the same Skull Kid.
Considering Twilight Princess takes place 100 years after Ocarina of Time, it seems to only make sense that the Skull Kid is the same person and yes, the Skull Kid is Immortal.
he is the same one from oot and he went to mm (i have 4 ways he might have went there)from these possable pathsyeah mases made a good point there about TP. it didn 't cross my mind.
yeah there were more then one skull kid. but at the end skull kid said somthing like: "you smell like that boy who taught me that song"
so then i assume he is the only one who know saria's song among the skull kid 's
Is there a quote for this? I don't remember there being a time when it mentioned that Kokiri become Skull Kids. I once thought that anyone who becomes lost will turn into one, but that's not true. The guy in the forest in OoT (who gives you the mushroom in the trading sequence I believe), is said to become a Stalfos (skeleton creatures). At least that's what the Kokiri girl in his place tells you when you return with the potion.Right, I couldn't find a thread like this. So, here is a thread to post all your skull kid theories.
What do we know about Skull Kid(s)? Well, not much. We know that if any kokiri stay in the lost woods for too long. They become a skull kid.
If I remember correctly, you have to follow him to get to the Master Sword. Sort of like in OoT when you follow Dampe' through the grave to get the hookshot, Skull Kid throws things (maybe fire) at you. This is not so much Skull Kid trying to hurt Link I don't believe, but rather his way of playing with him. Skull Kid seems to make a game out of it.One main thing here is that I cannot remember AT ALL what the skull kid in the Sacred Grove does, I could be wrong in saying he attacks Link. Or, he could be attacking Link to test if he is worthy of baring the Master Sword. I really can't remember.
Then you need to revise your zelda knowledge.I thought it was hyrulian children that turned into Skull Kids, not Kokiri.....
Which really doesn't help in this situation in my opinion. Zelda Wiki says the same thing about Skull Kids; That they are what become of children who become lost in the Lost Woods. But this, to my knowledge, is incorrect.Then you need to revise your zelda knowledge.
Anyways, when you have any doubts, you can always check the Zelda wiki.
It really helps people when they don't know most facts the way some theorists here do.
That quote was taken directly from Zelda Wiki's Skull Kid page under "References", but it makes no sense. Stalfos are the skeleton creatures like the ones who try to attack you in dungeons and come up out of the ground in Hyrule field in OoT.Zelda Wiki said:"That guy isn't here anymore. Anybody who comes into the forest will be lost. Everybody will become a Stalfos. Everybody, Stalfos. So, he's not here anymore. Only his saw is left. Hee hee." —Fado (Ocarina of Time)