If I was a wizard this wouldn't be happening to me
- May 20, 2012
- Sub-Orbital Trajectory
In Majora's Mask, as a precaution to keep your rupees safe, there is a bank in West Clock Town that allows you to stash your rupees and for them to be accessible at ANY time. This means that you could deposit 500 rupees or so on Day 3, play the Song of time, and get those rupees out on Day One, BEFORE YOU HAVE EVEN GOTTEN THEM! The obvious answer is that this is just a game mechanic, but it doesn't really make sense...:S My explanation is that Link has a stamp on him (alluded to when you open up your account) that tells the bank teller (tells the teller ) how much you can withdraw. However, isn't it a bis odd that the teller doesn't get suspicious that some kid he's never seen before has a stamp voucher for 5000 rupees? Isn't there some sort of fraud potential here? Your thoughts.