How come a wallet can hold up to 1000 green rupees, but it can only hold 200 blue rupees and 100 yellow rupees. What, do the rupees vary in size?
Actually, I just contributed to a technical (read: boring) conversation on that very subject in the "horrible ideas" thread in this forum. Thus far there's no way it makes sense in-universe unless rupees are magically able to transform into exact change.
Okay, you know what I don't get? The Goron. That one Goron who was in the giant lava rock Midna teleported to Zora's Domain. The Goron who remains
in that rock until Link blows it up, by which time the rock and the Goron are underwater. The Goron who remains underwater for the remainder of the game. First of all, in Majora's Mask
, Goron Link died instantly
on falling in water, so how is this guy alive? I might
buy that Gorons can hold their breath for a long time, but even then how on earth is he talking
For that matter, how can those tiny rafts in The Wind Waker
hold up a Goron and
that gi-normous pack? And where did Gorons get Hawaiian shirts?
You can argue that the Kokiri-can't-leave-the-forest rule was somehow relaxed or dissolved. But what I want to know is, why couldn't they leave when they were humanoid and Hyrule was more or less at peace and the worst thing that could happen until Ganondorf showed up was maybe stepping in horse poop at Lon Lon Ranch, but it was perfectly fine for them to be flying all over the place and spending most
of their time out of the forest when not only were there monsters all over the Great Sea that used to be Hyrule, but the Kokiri had been transformed into flammable wooden
Okay, picture this: You're just this random citizen in your anachronistic cowboy hat. There's this guy running around town who, as far as you know, kidnapped and maybe killed the princess, and he's got a sword and a bunch of other weapons on him. Your one way of getting away from this guy, who terrifies the living crap out of you, is being a much faster runner and bolting as soon as he gets near you. So one day he comes back with super-speed-boots and finally catches you. And your reaction is...to give him a tip about knocking items out of trees?
Speaking of LttP, what was the blacksmith pounding on all that time before you rescued his partner?
How does moving a conductor's baton in different directions produce different notes?