So i was thinking the other day and thought "you know there are so many things that make OOT great but can anyone have a single favorite part?" so i pose this question to all of you today. Whats your SINGLE favorite part of Ocarina of Time?
Great Deku Tree: Navi i have an important task for thee.
Navi: What ever it is i know i can do it. I just have to find you first so you can tell me in person. Your behind the giant tree right?
Great Deku Tree: Navi we've been over this. I am the giant tree.
Navi: OH MY GOSH YOUR A TALKING TREE?!
Great Deku Tree: Please Stay with me Navi.
-Another Xanauzimaki Quote lol
hmm it's kind of hard to choose things and bring it down to one single thing - For me i'd have to say all the dungeons you go through when your an adult. I love watching myself gain all of the secret weapons and playing the songs to warp around hyrule - Then as a reward for the hard work, we get medallions from our closest friends - it gives me a sense of accomplishment and excitement!
Well, probably when Zelda becomes a psychotherapist and fixes (or attempt to fix) Link by sending him back in time.
Here is the clinical note, written by Aonuma himself:
Through the guidance of Zelda, Link was able to become a young man without maturing mentally. So Zelda returned Link to his child form once more. Apparently she wanted him to live a life in which he grew up normally and don't have to resort to psychological help.
PS: But not all is bad, Zelda's office in the sky is pretty comfortable.
Especially since I didn't even know there was going to be time travel in the game
From Zelda throwing you the Ocarina of Time to getting the Forest Medallion and finding out you can go back in time.
That's my favorite part of the game. It just feels really different compared to the rest of the game. It's also really scary.
Seeing the market destroyed. Redeads for the first time.
Then you have to go to the graveyard. (after seeing those redeads? no way!)
You have to race a dead guy.
Then there's the Forest Temple. The music doesn't help at all. Strange twisty halls, floating skulls, and Poes. Then there's Phantom Ganon.
The game was trying to give me nightmares when I was a kid.( I like anything that can scare me )
I'm sure I've told this story before, but this is a small story on how I experienced this part when I first played.
One minute, I'm chilling with Ruto when she gives me the last Spiritual Stone. Finally, my adventure is almost complete!
After playing for what seems like forever, the end is in sight.
I go towards the castle thinking I'm so close. So close to winning.
Sky goes dark, lightning strikes, and I think, it's the end of the game!
Suddenly, Zelda rides by on a white horse, and tosses something blue in my direction. She probably intended to hit me with it, but her aim was way off.
Then, I see him. Ganondorf, the man who has been responsible for all my troubles in this game.
I pull out my sword to let him know it's over.
He zaps me with some energy thingy then runs away, probably crying because big, scary Link was gonna hurt him.
I find out I have to go to the Temple of Time and play a song.
Everything seems back to normal. It doesn't have that epic, end-game feeling.
After opening the Door of Time, I see a sword. The Master Sword!
I think, "Awesome. A new weapon!" Now I can go teach Ganondorf a lesson.
There's a blue light, and a wake up to a familiar, but unknown face. He reminds me of the nightmares I had been having ever since I had left the forest. An Owl says the same thing over and over... Eventually I wake up screaming "NO! STOP PRESSING THE A BUTTON! WHY CAN'T I STOP HITTING THAT STUPID BUTTON!?!"
He eventually tells me I'm an adult and that the game is much longer than I thought it was. Not only am I an adult, but I'm also 7 years into the furure!
I have never been more surprised from a video game.
It was like a game that couldn't get any better, not only got better, it...(words cannot describe).
Back in the Temple of Time, I meet another unknown person.
He tells me I need to go to Kakariko Village, then to the Lost woods to save my friend.
I walk outside the Temple of time, humming the soon to be playing market theme. No cheery music... Instead, I see a fiery Death Mountain in the distance, destroyed buildings, and people sitting around moaning or crying.
I wasn't sure if it was supposed to be scary or sad.
I walk up to one of them to see what's going on. He turns around, and screams at me. It was the most horrifying scream I had ever heard in my life.
I ran as fast as I could out of my new nightmare, hoping I had just hit my head with the handle of the Master Sword from pulling it up too fast, and would wake up very soon.
I get to the graveyard, but it's probably not the best place to go after what just happened. After moving things around, I fall into a hole where I have to race a dead guy! After winning, I make my way towards the Lost Woods.
Kokiri Forest was empty. None of my old friends were there. No one..
I manage to find my way to the maze in the Lost Woods, but I can hear something big walking around.
I slowly walk into the maze and see a huge pig monster thing. He charges at me but I jump out of the way, barely avoiding a painful death.
After making it through, I finally get to the Forest Temple.
I'm going to stop here because I need to take a break
And I don't want to make this post 10 times longer than it needs to be even though it is going to be in a spoiler...
If you want me to type the rest, or even the whole game with more detail, then you can... um... send me a message telling me what to do
I hope you enjoyed my little story . Since I don't have access to my Zelda games very often, I might type out the whole game.
Typing it was almost as much fun as playing it .
As I typed all that, I realized I have more favorite parts.
-Getting Epona. I'll never forget making that jump and escaping with my new horse.
-Seeing Kakariko Village on fire. Followed by my second favorite dungeon and favorite boss in OoT.
-From finding Zelda as an adult, to the end of the game.
Actually, my favorite part of the game is from waking up to that unforgettable "Hey!", to stabbing Ganon in the face.
For my favorite part of the game, just write down, "OoT"
The first time you explore Kakariko, aswell as returning there as an adult, and later as child again to do all that well business.
Originally Posted by SuperDecimal
The HH states that the DT is the result if the Hero failed. In the event the Hero could fail, the DT is what would transpire. relegates it to a "what if" scenario which explicitly with that, being stated as such in the book itself. And due to the fact the hero does indeed win to open the CT and AT.
Meeting Ganondorf for the first time. That moment after Jabu Jabu when you return to the castle and Zelda is running away. I don't know why. For some reason, the meeting between the villain and the hero, for the first time but not the last, is always my favorite. Sends tingles down my spine. It's epic!
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And the life of this world is nothing BUT play and amusement.
My favourite has been mentioned already. Link awakening and inspecting his new grown up body.
Another moment that sticks with me is Saria's farewell scene, from the moments from when Link begins running out of Kokiri Forest to the sweeping shot of Hyrule field that follows. It was then I knew I was in for an epic adventure.
While it's hard to pick an absolute favorite part, and though it doesn't involve my favorite dungeon, I think for me it's the whole journey through the Haunted Wasteland to and completing the Spirit Temple. That final stretch of the game is so damn epic it's ridiculous. The music, the enemies, and the storyline implications (the sisters and Nobooru) are so much more impressive and cool. That whole journey is just too cool.