Master Kokiri 9
The Dungeon Master
- Aug 19, 2009
- My ship that sailed in the morning
Temples I'd Make It Through
I grew up around snow and cold. I'm not exactly an Eskimo, but I'm very tolerant of Cold. Places like the Ice Palace, Snowhead, and the Snow Temple wouldn't bother me, in fact I'd actually enjoy myself.
Dungeons of the Undead
While the smell of rotting flesh and the sights of death would be bothersome, I wouldn't be particularly stalled by Dungeons of the Undead. After all, I've seen Poltergeist and thought that it was too unscary, and from what I can gather a lot of people find that extremely scary. Not to mention, I know exactly how to deal with the Undead: flame them. Basically speaking, flames make rotting flesh and bones disentegrate. The disintegration of rotting flesh and bones means no undead monsters to kill the old fashioned way with Silver Arrows and healing items and all that jazz.
While the bugs would be bothersome, I'd tolerate Forest Dungeons pretty well. After all, I kill spiders almost as big as Gohma Larva on a daily basis, so what's to worry about from all the Skultula and Gohmas out there?
Jabu Jabu's Belly
Most people would be grossed out by the concept and list in the "Can't Go On" list, but not me. I for one find biology and stuff like that really interesting and cool, and reading about it is cool enough, but seeing it first hand really would be pretty cool if you ask me.
Dungeons I Can't Go on In
I'd be mentally capable of going through the OoT version having some pretty good patience and some good exploring, but I'd be physically incapable of going through Water Dungeons. Period. I can swim, but I can't swim for very long at all and I'd be too slowed down from getting out of the water in order to fight, so once a monster comes around, be it a Desbreko or a Blue Tektite or even an Octorock, I'd be too slowed down in order to fight and thus be in major trouble.
I'd be very incapable of tolerating the heat. Granted I've seen some pretty intense heat before, after all I've lived through a 90 degree day (extremely rare "alignment of the planets" type heat for my region) but in a volcano, I'd be unable to do anything. It'd sap away every ounce of my energy and thus possibly land me in a pit of lava or something like that.
It's not the sand that would get to me, but the heat. Same scenario as the Fire Dungeons, but minus the lava pits.
If it weren't for the air being so thin in the Sky, I would have absolutely no problem with Sky Dungeons. I'm usually very agile (three years of Gymnastics, FOR THE WIN!) and don't lose my footing very easily, but the air is what would render me a dead Hero. After all, I don't live in the mountains (duh, I have internet) so I'm not used to the air being thin.