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Link, a wrangler on a farm, is called to Hyrule Castle. Just before he is about to leave, he's drawn into the "Twilight Realm", turns into a wolf and is captured by Twilight Guardians. He's rescued by a strange imp named Midna, who helps him in his mission to get the darkness out of Hyrule. A huge adventure, Human Link turning into Wolf Link and vice versa ensue.
Link, a young man from a small farming village, finds Hyrule is being consumed by an otherworldly twilight. Guided by a strange pixie named Midna, he endeavors to return light to the land and confront the usurper king Zant.
I have been waiting for this game since winter 2004. When I saw the first trailer for it I went crazy and had to get it as soon as it came out. Didn't come out till fall 2006 now on the Wii instead of the Gamecube. The game is awesome and I would say it is the number one Zelda game. I think the only thing that disappointed me was the fact there was no connection to the Wind Waker. There was a huge connection to Wind Waker from Ocarina of Time. Other than that it is the best game ever invented. The game just like most Zelda games starts as Link living in a small village. When the world is thrown into twilight a mysterious he is turned into a wolf. A mysterious person/creature named Midna come and rescues him from a prisons he had been thrown into. The real journey starts there. From wolf to link the game is awesome all the way through. Buy it! If you don't have a Wii get it for the Gamecube. I would say its the best game of 2006.
Do you ever feel a strange sadness as night falls?"-Rusl.This is a Zelda Game: fun, long, frustrating, confusing, and nostalgic. However, you do feel that strange sadness after entering and completing the game. Something is wrong. Where is the sensation of perfection, that sensation that makes you say this will last forever, this is amazing, this is the next generation. It's not there. Having only played a couple of Zelda games (Phantom Hourglass, some of the original via Brawl demo, gameboy version) and hoping to play (including famed OOT) more I can tell you this is a new version of Ocarina of Time (based on claims from friends, comparisons, and having seen some of Ocarina myself although I never played it). This is not bad. In fact it is great. You have the same control scheme but enhanced by motion which works well except for those instances when you try to do a shield attack and accidentally do a spin attack but they are rare. It makes for a more interactive experience. The graphics are old but as said many times by many others look great from an artistic standpoint. Conversations with eyes, sounds, and facial expressions work very well. The story is what you would expect and Midna is a wonderful addition as are some new weapons and new ideas. Midna is a great new character who's acerbic and master/slave attitude will grow on you especially when she begins to grow fond of you. You know who will win but Midna and a couple other characters and the back story behind them make it worth it. The 30-50 hour (varies based on exp, skipping certain side quests, etc.) plot keeps you busy and glued to your nunchuk and remote. Some of the music seems recycled but is usually done well as are those sounds that come out of the remote. While some of the musics needs upgrading and perhaps a new touch it still sounds great. There is a lot to do if you get bored from the linearity the game takes although not all will find them entertaining. Some may feel bored fishing while other are frustrated at rollgoal. The bugs and poes you collect can get tiresome too as does Midna from time to time. While we wait for even better interaction and innovative wii controls in a zelda game we see this and think it is great but it is not perfection. The magic armor is useless, collecting money is far too easy, fights are far too easy, and some of the backstory is somewhat tacked on. Calling Epona as a wolf is also pretty useless since she does not help you and knows who you are. The puzzles are hard and in a typical Zelda fashion the answers are staring at you in the face but take you forever to realize it. Some are too easy though. Still, until we get the wii controls, epically sized story, and great difficulty we crave this will satisfy us and even has replay value. The ease of the game, some lack of INNOVATIVE interaction, somewhat tacked on elements, and lowered graphics keep the game down giving you that strange sadness. This is one of the best Zeldas and one of the best video games, but we still fell the side effects of being brought down. Hopefully the next one will be brought up. That strange happiness will come.
Because they both show a different event.<br/><br/>Ocarina of Time ended with the Seven Sages trapping Ganondorf in the Dark Realm. The Sages were friends of Link, who he helped reawaken to assume their role as sage. Twilight Princess takes place a century later, but in the flashback, the Sages are ghostly apparitions who try to execute Ganondorf, and after failing so, subsequently imprison him in the Twilight Realm. However, these are technically two seperate Ganondorfs.<br/><br/>The reason is that Ocarina of Time splits the entire chronology into three timelines: the Child Era, the Adult Era and the Defeat Era. In the Adult Era, Ganondorf was defeated by Link, and locked away into the Sacred Realm with the aid of Link's Sage friends. This timeline is followed by The Wind Waker (where Ganondorf escapes from the Realm). <br/><br/>In the Child Era, the story happened in a different way. Link returned to his childhood era, and warned both Zelda and her father, the King, of Ganondorf's plan to invade Hyrule. After many years of war, Ganon was defeated, and the King appointed a different group of Sages to execute Ganondorf at the Arbiter's Grounds (which failed, they could merely seal him away in the Twilight Realm). These events were not shown in Ocarina of Time as they happened after the events of that game, and Link did not take part in this since he was only a child then (he had left Hyrule as seen in Majora's Mask). <br/><br/>It should also be noted that the Link from Twilight Princess is another reincarnation of the Hero, and thereby a different person than the Link from Ocarina of Time, since there is a century between them. However, the Ganondorfs from both games are (more or less) the same, as Ganondorf's trapped spirit from Ocarina of Time is released in Twilight Princess. In Ocarina of Time, Ganondorf managed to claim the Triforce by following Link into the Sacred Realm where it was waiting. Since Link was only a child, he could not yet claim the Triforce, but Ganon could. However, since Ganon's heart was unstable and he sought only power, the Triforce split in its three parts, with Ganon holding onto the Triforce of Power, and the Triforces of Wisdom and Courage going to Zelda and Link respectively.<br/><br/>However, as described above, this chain of events never occurred in the Child era, of which Twilight Princess is a continuation. Link never needed to find and secure the Triforce here, Ganondorf was defeated by the King's army and sentenced to exile into the Twilight Realm. So that begs the question: how then did Ganondorf obtain the Triforce of Power?<br/><br/>Although the game addresses the question (one of the Sages mentions that "yet...by some divine prank, [Ganon], too, had been blessed with the chosen power of the gods"), it never explicitly comes with an answer. So it is up to the gamer to consider this either a plot hole. However, with the release of Hyrule Historia, an in-depth Zelda Encyclopedia that elaborates on the subject beyond the scope of the games, some fans have come up with theories.<br/><br/>One solution would be the fact that the three pieces of the Triforce remained with the three holders in the Adult Timeline after Link defeated Ganon. So while Ganon kept his Triforce piece while he was sealed away, Link still retained a Triforce of Courage as he was returned to his childhood for the final time by Zelda at the end; when he is back in the Child timeline, it can be seen glowing in the epilogue. It is also suggested that Link travels through time via the Sacred Realm. For the sake of argument, we assume that a Triforce stays in its own timeline and cannot travel through time. When Link returned to his childhood through the Sacred Realm, he left his Triforce part in the Adult timeline, and received the Triforce part from the Child Era. That also means that the Triforce of the Child timeline immediately split up in three, with the other two pieces going to Zelda and Ganondorf respectively. This theory would explain several things: i.e. why Ganondorf already possesses the Triforce of Power in the flashback of Twilight Princess without him having to claim it; and why the Sages are unable to execute him. It also explains why the Link in Twilight Princess changes into a wolf while he is in the Twilight, and does not become a Twilight ghost like other creatures (the Triforce of Courage was presumably handed down to him from the old Link, and protected him). And finally, it explains why Zelda seems immune to the power of the Twilight, and has the power to safe Midna (she ended up with the Triforce of Wisdom from her forebearer). As for the Triforce of Courage from the Adult timeline: in The Wind Waker, it is indeed confirmed that it was left behind when the Hero of Time returned to his era; it was subsequently divided into 8 pieces, placed in seperate chests and buried on the bottom of the Great Sea.<br/><br/>An alternate theory would be that Ganondorf found another way to claim the Triforce of Power. The lock that protected the Triforce (with three Sacred Stones, the Ocarina of Time and the Master Sword as its keys) was thought up by Hylian sages, so Ganondorf may have been able to find a way around them. From what we know, it took Hyrule several years to capture Ganondorf, so in the meanwhile, he may have been able to collect the pendants and Ocarina. Maybe he was able to use a Dark Link to lift the sword, or he used some spell to trick the sword into thinking it was being held by the Chosen Hero. With Ganondorf's penchant for magic, it is not too much of a stretch to belief that he was able to circumvent all the magical protections around the Triforce, and being a mighty warrior, he was able to claim the Triforce of Power. The backstory of A Link to the Past (which takes place in yet another timeline) also mentions that Ganondorf stumbled upon a secret entrance to the Sacred Realm, which implies that the protections around the Triforce are by no means absolute. According to Renado, the shaman of Kakariko Village, the Gorons suddenly became hostile after years of peaceful cooperation. Link later finds out that the Death Mountain volcano had recently become active again. When the Goron patriarch Darbus went into the Death Mountain mines to investigate the cause, he touched the Fused Shadow fragment that had once been entrusted to the Gorons. He immediately turned into an unspeakable monster, forcing the other elders to lock him into the mine.<br/><br/>The Gorons are a proud tribe, and have a strong sense of brotherhood. In Ocarina of Time, the Goron elder Darunia also initially states that Gorons do not need help from outsiders. They are especially sensitive to the sacred nature of their mines, where they normally do not allow outsiders. Their worries about their patriarch and the fate of their tribe caused them to become afraid and reclusive. Too proud to ask for help from the outside, they kept to themselves more than usual, and denied other races access to their lands. The resulting isolation from other species could easily be interpreted as hostility. As soon as Link frees the patriarch from the dark influence of the Fused Shadow fragment, the Gorons express a feeling of shame for being so concerned with themselves that they did not come to the aid of others. The background information on the Twili is learned in fragments in the game as the player goes along, so that makes it a bit difficult to obtain the big picture while playing.<br/><br/>It was established in Ocarina of Time that the Triforce was once residing in the Sacred Realm, which is a sort of parallel world to Hyrule. The nature of the Sacred Realm reflects the character of the one who enters it; if this is someone pure of heart, the Sacred Realm will be a Golden Land; if it is a malevolent being, the Sacred Realm transforms into a dark and grim world.<br/><br/>According to the official timeline, after the land of Hyrule was established following the events of Skyward Sword, a long period called the Era of Chaos started. Many people heard of the almighty power of the Triforce, and many conflicts ensued over the centuries in which groups tried to aggressively enter the Sacred Realm to claim the Triforce for their own. It is implied in the series that the first major conflict was the Interloper War. A tribe called the Dark Interlopers had become skilled in dark magic, and had created a dark relic called the Fused Shadow, which they wanted to use to establish their dominion over the Sacred Realm.<br/><br/>However, in the war that followed, the three Golden Goddesses who had created Hyrule (Din, Farore, and Nayru) intervened. They sent four Light Spirits to Hyrule: Ordona, Faron, Eldin and Lanayru. They split the Fused Shadow in pieces and hid them away in temples accross the land. The Goddesses themselves defeated the Interlopers by chasing them away, and banishing them to the Twilight Realm; the Mirror of Twilight was left as the only link between the Light World and the Twilight Realm. The Light Spirits were tasked with protecting the four regions of Hyrule they were named after. At the end of the Era of Chaos, the Temple of Time was built to seal the Sacred Realm once and for all.<br/><br/>As time passed on, the descendants of the Dark Interlopers adapted to the Twilight Realm and became known as the peaceful Twili. After the events of Ocarina of Time (the Child Era specifically) and Majora's Mask, the Gerudo chief Ganondorf, who had attempted to invade Hyrule, was captured and executed at the Arbiter's Ground prison. Because he could not be killed, the Sages used the Mirror of Twilight to banish him to the Twilight Realm. There he languished for several centuries, meeting with the Twili Zant who wanted to become the Twili leader, but was surpassed by Midna, the Twilight King's daughter. Shortly before the start of Twilight Princess, Zant deposed Midna with the power of Ganondorf. As part of the deal, Zant launched an invasion into Hyrule, in order to merge both the Light World and the Twilight Realm. Zant transformed the Twili into Shadow Beasts, and reduced Midna into an imp-like form. During his invasion of Hyrule, he also tried to destroy the Mirror of Twilight to prevent people following him into the Twilight Realm, but as he was not the true ruler of the Twili, he could merely fragment it into pieces. Together with Link, Midna collected the hidden pieces of the Fused Shadow, which they used to defeat both Zant and Ganon. 7cb1d79195