Hows about a Zelda game that explains the origins of The Fierce Diety?
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05-17-2007, 07:57 PM
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Re: Hows about a Zelda game that explains the origins of The Fierce Diety?
There are plenty of threads about Fierce Deity's origins and Majora's in the theorizing subforum.
However... Ganondorf usually stays in the dimension with Hyrule in it. How does he hitch a ride over to Termina? Certainly that requires either the magic of the Happy Mask Salesman or Majora herself, the only two people who can bop over from Hyrule to Termina without the blink of an eye. Ganondorf can't bop between realms, otherwise he would have released himself from his various imprisonment realms over and over.
Would this Link be Terminan or Hyrulean?
Also, magic is not very common in Termina at all- only a handful of people have it, let alone entire races. Where does your proposed mother come from?
While revisiting Termina would be interesting... I doubt they'll do it for a big Zelda title. Perhaps something like the
? A game set in Termina, perhaps explaining the origins of Termina (complete with Majora's backstory and Fierce Deity's backstory), or a dramatization of Skullkid's backstory. I just feel weird putting a Link (as we know him) in there. Termina is a place Hyrulean Link was tricked into going to, after all- Majora is the first and last time they've ever needed a deus ex machina, which Link is.
Because of the setting, and the smaller focus of such a game, I doubt Nintendo would make it. It simply wouldn't be profitable.
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Ganon became more powerful than ever because the fierce diety destroyed the ocarina with the oni blade.
All that does is prevent the Door of Time (and the Sacred Realm) from being accessible in Hyrule.
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Because of this, Link has to find artifacts the will make the Gods even more powerful. But these artifacts have been sealed away because it fills the Gods with so much power that they become evil and wreckless. So Link has to collect these artifacts, but at the same time try to avoid/recover the dangers from the gods. He could turn the Gods good again by getting another sort of artifact, but that artifact will only work if he has the other three artifacts that make the gods evil and powerful.
So the Golden Goddesses become evil? As the supreme divinities of Zelda, I doubt they would be corruptible, much like the Judeo-Christian God isn't corruptible. Now, if you worked that with a less... omnipotent divinity, it might work. The Four Giants or the Light Spirits, for instance.
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