Well, is it possible we could see other (useless) items making a return? Like the Hawkeye from TP (which looks an awful lot like the Oocca owl statues,) or the Hover Boots? (they have wings on them and they make you float, lol idk.)
Also, since this game is a prequel to OoT, perhaps we'll see some returning characters as well? Maybe it'll tie some loose ends to stories and myths? Such as:
The ancient Goron Hero who slayed Volvagia with the megaton Hammer. Perhaps we'll even fight Volvagia again? (Unlikely, but you never know.)
The mysterious man who lived above the well and could "see the truth."
The Composer Bros. - Flat and Sharp. Perhaps they're still alive when we meet them?
The Kokiri - then again this is a rather obvious pick, seeing as their form of dress is similar to Link's. They'll probably honor Link by wearing a similar clothing style after he saves them from monsters or something like that.
Koume and Kotake. They're both around 400 years old; perhaps we'll see them as little girls, young adults or teenagers in this game, lol.
For some reason Debbie reminds me of umm... i forget his name, the guy with the arm in Spirit Tracks. That and you have to admit that the teleportation thing resembles that of the Twili quite a bit too much to be a considence. And whom does the final boss at the end of Spirit Tracks look like? Very good class, Ganon. And what did he look like before he took on the form of a Ganon type thing? A skull. And what rises from the bodies of the felled monsters in Skyward Sword? Skulls... alright that last part may or may not have been all B/S, but i think i made my point. Lol.
So the Rauru guy give Link a green tunic and a shield with... the triforce on it! Maybe the Rauru leader guy knows about the Triforce but keeps it a secret from the population because it was the Triforce that drove the surface world into chaos. He could ordered all depictions of the triforce erased hence all crests lacking it, but it still being on the shield that Rauru gives Link. The ancient Egyptians did this kind of monument history re-writing all the time. This is assuming of course that the Rauru looking guy gives Link that shield, but where else could he have gotten it?
Originally Posted by Count Arganan
Great men are defined by their ability to make the most of any situation that confronts them!
Originally Posted by Syrenne
Your idea of greatness is making stuff up as you go along
Looks like time-traveling is making another return.
Well, sort of...
Look at this area. It's obviously some sort of advanced mine that was used for digging out and churning rupees.
- The crystal is a dark purple color before Link hits it with his sword.
- The entire mine is shut down and the cart no longer functions properly
- The platform has eroded, or is covered in dirt.
- Some of the pipelines are broken or completely missing.
- All of the foliage within the area is dead.
But when Link hits the crystal:
- The entire area is enveloped in a blue aura.
- The crystal changes into a shining, bright blue color.
- The platform and pipes are restored to their original state.
- The lights above the conveyer belts flash a bright green color, signifying that they are functioning again.
- All of the foliage within the area is revived and alive.
- The mine cart is operational. Even more intriguing, once the energy is fully restored it emits a bunch of Twili particles that are rectangular-shaped instead of diamond-shaped. The only difference being the color - which is light blue instead of black.
Seeing that there a bunch of blue crystals throughout the game (as well as crystal-shaped patterns or objects, on walls, on Zelda, Debbie and Phi's clothes, Links sword and several other things,) it's obviously implying that these diamonds - whatever they may be, are extremely powerful. Force gems? Fragments of the Light Force? Maybe even fragments of the Trifoce!? IDK.
Also, it's almost as if Link is reversing the effects of Time. That explains the game's main musical theme then, lol.
There are many questions going on in my head about SS at the moment, but there is one in particular that is heating away at me.
Alright, I'm damn sure everyone has noticed the similarities between Adelle and Ghirahim (skin tone, hair color and style). I think it's safe to say they also come from the same place (realm...womb, you call it).
What really caught my attention are the gems each of them sports on their clothing, one blue and one red. In japanese culture blue is used to represent good while red represents evil.
So my question is, if Adelle's role in the story is to become the MS, what's Ghirahim's role in it?
I would really love to think that he becomes a more tracendental figure in the game than that of a secondary villain.