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AAlanScratch
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

go88 wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

WHY IS THERE A LYNEL ON THE GREAT PLATEAU IN MASTER MODE???
Not just any Lynel, a striped Lynel, the hardest in the game
Permission to punch nintendo in the face?
Better option: Just avoid it
Designer #1: What if we put stripes on a Lynel?
Designer #2: Ok.
Designer #1: And what if we made it the toughest Lynel in the game?
Designer #2. Ok.
Designer #1: And what if we put it on the Great Plateau?
Designer #2: What
Anouma: “Let's just put it in, it's not like people are gonna freak out about it.”

There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
AAlanScratch
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

Whenever I hear the Hinox battle theme, I just imagine some random trumpeters just playing their trumpets while some giant pig who looks like Shrek tries to kill a 117-year-old blondie.

Wait, what did I just say?

There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
braxbroscratcher
Scratcher
1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

-ColorMaster- wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

WHY IS THERE A LYNEL ON THE GREAT PLATEAU IN MASTER MODE???
Not just any Lynel, a striped Lynel, the hardest in the game
Not true - the hardest in non Master Mode, yes, but not in Master Mode.


My signature is kumquat proof.
But not tangerine pro-
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“I hate it when Cubeupload breaks.” -Also me
braxbroscratcher
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

happyface4 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

go88 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

go88 wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

go88 wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

Who uses the Hateno dye shop to recolor their armor? I made my stealth armor bright yellow… so it's even more hilarious when they don't see me right in front of their faces.
I colored my Hylian Tunic green before I got the Champion's Tunic and it looks so cool.
it's always a good day to dye
oh my gosh lol'

I really wish I could dye my weapons. Then I could be shouting that when I was blasting things with bomb arrows using the Revali bow or the Forestdweller bow
Well it'd be a little hard to see, although if you could change the guardian weapon colors that'd be awesome
that actually would be pretty cool, especially if the different levels of weapons were different colors
Yeah, but then how mad you'd be when they break!
“I spent 20 rupees on dying a weapon and I broke it?”
smh they really should have added a repair system
Personally, I like the concept of making you use lots of different weapons because they inevitably break, instead finding one you like and using it the entire time (which is exactly what I would have done, and do in games like Splatoon), but I do wish they lasted just a little bit longer.
Yeah, and throwing for certain weapons should do less damage to themselves - spears splintering when you throw them is kind of silly. I mean, that's how they're DESIGNED to take impacts. Same with boomerangs (gotta love em). But I think you should AT LEAST be able to re-craft any weapon you can obtain. I mean, that's kind of the issue. The durability is a good mechanic - I love the double damage on break. I wish that the break and the throwing multiplier actually stacked - it'd be pretty interesting to see the tactics.
You actually can re-buy weapons, but i'm not completely sure how it works.
only for champ weapons.


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But not tangerine pro-
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Current Project:
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Quotes: “In our last hour, we burn the most brightly, trying to deny that we are burning out.” -Me
“Well, no. 1024 Killerbytes make a Murderbyte.” -MegaByteCorporations
“I hate out of context quotes.” -Me
“I hate it when Cubeupload breaks.” -Also me
-ColorMaster-
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

If Kass played Zelda's Lullaby, kind of

if it's a post from 3 months ago or earlier, I probably already regret it immensely, same will apply with this sig in 3 months time

baked beans
AAlanScratch
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

braxbroscratcher wrote:

happyface4 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

go88 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

go88 wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

go88 wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

Who uses the Hateno dye shop to recolor their armor? I made my stealth armor bright yellow… so it's even more hilarious when they don't see me right in front of their faces.
I colored my Hylian Tunic green before I got the Champion's Tunic and it looks so cool.
it's always a good day to dye
oh my gosh lol'

I really wish I could dye my weapons. Then I could be shouting that when I was blasting things with bomb arrows using the Revali bow or the Forestdweller bow
Well it'd be a little hard to see, although if you could change the guardian weapon colors that'd be awesome
that actually would be pretty cool, especially if the different levels of weapons were different colors
Yeah, but then how mad you'd be when they break!
“I spent 20 rupees on dying a weapon and I broke it?”
smh they really should have added a repair system
Personally, I like the concept of making you use lots of different weapons because they inevitably break, instead finding one you like and using it the entire time (which is exactly what I would have done, and do in games like Splatoon), but I do wish they lasted just a little bit longer.
Yeah, and throwing for certain weapons should do less damage to themselves - spears splintering when you throw them is kind of silly. I mean, that's how they're DESIGNED to take impacts. Same with boomerangs (gotta love em). But I think you should AT LEAST be able to re-craft any weapon you can obtain. I mean, that's kind of the issue. The durability is a good mechanic - I love the double damage on break. I wish that the break and the throwing multiplier actually stacked - it'd be pretty interesting to see the tactics.
You actually can re-buy weapons, but i'm not completely sure how it works.
only for champ weapons.
& ancient weapons from Robbie.

There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
AAlanScratch
Scratcher
1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.

There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
-ColorMaster-
Scratcher
1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

AAlanScratch wrote:

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.
Waterblight was the most well developed, the entire Zora campaign seems like what all of them would've been but Nintendo rushed the other three a bit

if it's a post from 3 months ago or earlier, I probably already regret it immensely, same will apply with this sig in 3 months time

baked beans
braxbroscratcher
Scratcher
1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

-ColorMaster- wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.
Waterblight was the most well developed, the entire Zora campaign seems like what all of them would've been but Nintendo rushed the other three a bit
Eh. Waterblight was a good boss. I actually remembered Cryonis all throughout, just didn't have the reaction time to use it during most of the actual fight (although I managed to block its spear strikes with an ice wall)

Fireblight was the worst of the bosses that I've faced so far (of fire, wind, and water). The quest for it was annoying and gimmicky, (the stealth bit was a cool idea, but could have been done better. I just stole a minecart using Magnesis and walked past, holding it over me, while the Goron dude stayed behind. Then I did the same for him. To be honest, it was kinda stupid lol.) the divine beast, while it made great use of the ability to turn on its side, was less interesting than the others… I mean, at least the Windblight beast had slide puzzles you had to work through with mag/tilt controls. The only reason it took me 5 tries is because my weapons kept breaking, so I went guardian farming and got the ancient sword. That and because I forgot bomb arrows blow you up near Death Mountain.

Last edited by braxbroscratcher (April 23, 2018 14:59:27)



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But not tangerine pro-
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Quotes: “In our last hour, we burn the most brightly, trying to deny that we are burning out.” -Me
“Well, no. 1024 Killerbytes make a Murderbyte.” -MegaByteCorporations
“I hate out of context quotes.” -Me
“I hate it when Cubeupload breaks.” -Also me
-ColorMaster-
Scratcher
1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

braxbroscratcher wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.
Waterblight was the most well developed, the entire Zora campaign seems like what all of them would've been but Nintendo rushed the other three a bit
Eh. Waterblight was a good boss. I actually remembered Cryonis all throughout, just didn't have the reaction time to use it during most of the actual fight (although I managed to block its spear strikes with an ice wall)

Fireblight was the worst of the bosses that I've faced so far (of fire, wind, and water). The only reason it took me 5 tries is because my weapons kept breaking, so I went guardian farming and got the ancient sword. That and because I forgot bomb arrows blow you up near Death Mountain.
I didn't even use Cryonis because I'm good at the game

actually i'm not please don't ban me ST

if it's a post from 3 months ago or earlier, I probably already regret it immensely, same will apply with this sig in 3 months time

baked beans
braxbroscratcher
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1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

-ColorMaster- wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.
Waterblight was the most well developed, the entire Zora campaign seems like what all of them would've been but Nintendo rushed the other three a bit
Eh. Waterblight was a good boss. I actually remembered Cryonis all throughout, just didn't have the reaction time to use it during most of the actual fight (although I managed to block its spear strikes with an ice wall)

Fireblight was the worst of the bosses that I've faced so far (of fire, wind, and water). The only reason it took me 5 tries is because my weapons kept breaking, so I went guardian farming and got the ancient sword. That and because I forgot bomb arrows blow you up near Death Mountain.
I didn't even use Cryonis because I'm good at the game

actually i'm not please don't ban me ST
Cryonis is the most cost-effective and tactical method of beating the boss.

Also, it only took me 4 shock arrows to take out Vah Ruta. And I only had to jump up once.


My signature is kumquat proof.
But not tangerine pro-
nomnomnomnomnom










Current Project:
n/a
Quotes: “In our last hour, we burn the most brightly, trying to deny that we are burning out.” -Me
“Well, no. 1024 Killerbytes make a Murderbyte.” -MegaByteCorporations
“I hate out of context quotes.” -Me
“I hate it when Cubeupload breaks.” -Also me
go88
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

braxbroscratcher wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.
Waterblight was the most well developed, the entire Zora campaign seems like what all of them would've been but Nintendo rushed the other three a bit
Eh. Waterblight was a good boss. I actually remembered Cryonis all throughout, just didn't have the reaction time to use it during most of the actual fight (although I managed to block its spear strikes with an ice wall)

Fireblight was the worst of the bosses that I've faced so far (of fire, wind, and water). The only reason it took me 5 tries is because my weapons kept breaking, so I went guardian farming and got the ancient sword. That and because I forgot bomb arrows blow you up near Death Mountain.
I didn't even use Cryonis because I'm good at the game

actually i'm not please don't ban me ST
Cryonis is the most cost-effective and tactical method of beating the boss.

Also, it only took me 4 shock arrows to take out Vah Ruta. And I only had to jump up once.
actually, you can break most of the blocks he throws at you with cryonis, but stasis one and hit it back at him. It works REALLY well

(I only figured that out in the Champion's Ballad, the first time I struggled greatly)

PICHU IN SMASH WOOOOOOOOOOOOO
braxbroscratcher
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

go88 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Hey guys, which Ganon was your favorite? (Except for Calamity Ganon)

I'd say Waterblight Ganon, it's design was probably my most favorite out of all of the Ganons. I seriously love that sound when it's about to use its spear. This one was probably the second challenging one next to Thunderblight because one, I didn't know what to do, and two, I was 99.9% of the players who had no idea you could break the ice that Waterblight made with Crynosis. It was probably the longest boss fight I had since all of the other ones took about 2 to 5 minutes to defeat while Waterblight was about 10 minutes.
Waterblight was the most well developed, the entire Zora campaign seems like what all of them would've been but Nintendo rushed the other three a bit
Eh. Waterblight was a good boss. I actually remembered Cryonis all throughout, just didn't have the reaction time to use it during most of the actual fight (although I managed to block its spear strikes with an ice wall)

Fireblight was the worst of the bosses that I've faced so far (of fire, wind, and water). The only reason it took me 5 tries is because my weapons kept breaking, so I went guardian farming and got the ancient sword. That and because I forgot bomb arrows blow you up near Death Mountain.
I didn't even use Cryonis because I'm good at the game

actually i'm not please don't ban me ST
Cryonis is the most cost-effective and tactical method of beating the boss.

Also, it only took me 4 shock arrows to take out Vah Ruta. And I only had to jump up once.
actually, you can break most of the blocks he throws at you with cryonis, but stasis one and hit it back at him. It works REALLY well

(I only figured that out in the Champion's Ballad, the first time I struggled greatly)
Wait, what? You can do that? Cool.


My signature is kumquat proof.
But not tangerine pro-
nomnomnomnomnom










Current Project:
n/a
Quotes: “In our last hour, we burn the most brightly, trying to deny that we are burning out.” -Me
“Well, no. 1024 Killerbytes make a Murderbyte.” -MegaByteCorporations
“I hate out of context quotes.” -Me
“I hate it when Cubeupload breaks.” -Also me
lachlanatbakewell
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

AAlanScratch wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

happyface4 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

go88 wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

go88 wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

go88 wrote:

AAlanScratch wrote:

braxbroscratcher wrote:

Who uses the Hateno dye shop to recolor their armor? I made my stealth armor bright yellow… so it's even more hilarious when they don't see me right in front of their faces.
I colored my Hylian Tunic green before I got the Champion's Tunic and it looks so cool.
it's always a good day to dye
oh my gosh lol'

I really wish I could dye my weapons. Then I could be shouting that when I was blasting things with bomb arrows using the Revali bow or the Forestdweller bow
Well it'd be a little hard to see, although if you could change the guardian weapon colors that'd be awesome
that actually would be pretty cool, especially if the different levels of weapons were different colors
Yeah, but then how mad you'd be when they break!
“I spent 20 rupees on dying a weapon and I broke it?”
smh they really should have added a repair system
Personally, I like the concept of making you use lots of different weapons because they inevitably break, instead finding one you like and using it the entire time (which is exactly what I would have done, and do in games like Splatoon), but I do wish they lasted just a little bit longer.
Yeah, and throwing for certain weapons should do less damage to themselves - spears splintering when you throw them is kind of silly. I mean, that's how they're DESIGNED to take impacts. Same with boomerangs (gotta love em). But I think you should AT LEAST be able to re-craft any weapon you can obtain. I mean, that's kind of the issue. The durability is a good mechanic - I love the double damage on break. I wish that the break and the throwing multiplier actually stacked - it'd be pretty interesting to see the tactics.
You actually can re-buy weapons, but i'm not completely sure how it works.
only for champ weapons.
& ancient weapons from Robbie.
Made my gerudo items White with purple on it, it looks pretty nice!

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

Okay, everyone. BEst parts of BOTW and worst parts about it.

My Artwork!













We never notice all the green around us until the season’s passed.
We never long for the world to slow down until it goes by too fast,
If everything plays a grander part in a fate we’ll never meet,
Is my destiny to fade away, have a goal I’ll never reach?
We never listen for the songs around us the sound is still.
We never see what our life is worth, and perhaps we never will…
If everything plays a grander part in a fate we’ll never meet,
I will not let my days slip away, I will rise up on two feet.
And I’ll be complete.



If I could rewind, change my mind and do it all again
With all the answers ahead of me, and know how it would all end.
Would I make the same choice, like before I knew.
That our destinies were tied, to each other and it was me and you.
One not two









If I could rewind, change my mind and do it all again
With all the answers ahead of me, and know how it would all end.
Would I make the same choice, like before I knew.
That our destinies were tied, to each other and it was me and you.
One not two
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

Programmer1121 wrote:

Okay, everyone. BEst parts of BOTW and worst parts about it.
Divine Beasts suck, I just don't like dungeons, but I realize most people like them so I'm in the minority. I generally didn't myself wanting to do the side quests either

Finding new villages and areas is basically the best feeling ever though

if it's a post from 3 months ago or earlier, I probably already regret it immensely, same will apply with this sig in 3 months time

baked beans
AAlanScratch
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

I just read some BotW comics from Crtl+Alt+Del and honestly, they're kind of funny. This is coming from a person who doesn't like the webcomic.

Well, this was the time when Buckley stopped doing the B^u thing, so…

There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
AAlanScratch
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1000+ posts

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

-ColorMaster- wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

Okay, everyone. BEst parts of BOTW and worst parts about it.
Divine Beasts suck, I just don't like dungeons, but I realize most people like them so I'm in the minority. I generally didn't myself wanting to do the side quests either

Finding new villages and areas is basically the best feeling ever though
Honestly, Vah Ruta was my only favorite Divine Beast. You had to actually had use water to solve some of the puzzles. But every other Divine Beast you have to move and twist its body. Gee, that's fun. It's not like they're going to repeat this sort of thing 3 times already. So yeah, I think the Divine Beasts was the worst part of the game.

The best part to me was riding on a horse and exploring. You go pretty fast but at an equal speed where you don't go too fast. I absolutely love the music that plays at night.

Last edited by AAlanScratch (April 29, 2018 14:23:20)


There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
AAlanScratch
Scratcher
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

One thing I realized is that if the king can disguise as an old man and not look like a ghost, then doesn't that mean the champions can do that too?

There are 14 phrases that one must keep in mind:

Spiral staircase
Rhinoceros beetle
Desolation Row
Fig tart
Rhinoceros beetle
Via dolorosa
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Giotto
Angel
Hydrangea
Rhinoceros beetle
Singularity point
Secret emperor

I'll engrave these words onto my Stand so I won't forget them. What is most necessary is “courage”; I must have the courage to destroy my Stand momentarily. As it disintegrates, my Stand will absorb the souls of the 36 sinners and will give birth to something utterly new.

Whatever is born will “awaken”. It will show interest in the 14 words that my trusted friend will utter… My friend will trust me and I will become his “friend”.

Lastly, I need an appropriate location. North latitude, 28 degrees, 24 minutes, West longitude 80 degrees, 36 minutes…

Go there and wait for the New Moon…

That's when Heaven will come.
-ColorMaster-
Scratcher
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild *Spoiler Warning*

AAlanScratch wrote:

-ColorMaster- wrote:

Programmer1121 wrote:

Okay, everyone. BEst parts of BOTW and worst parts about it.
Divine Beasts suck, I just don't like dungeons, but I realize most people like them so I'm in the minority. I generally didn't myself wanting to do the side quests either

Finding new villages and areas is basically the best feeling ever though
Honestly, Vah Ruta was my only favorite Divine Beast. You had to actually had use water to solve some of the puzzles. But every other Divine Beast you have to move and twist its body. Gee, that's fun. It's not like they're going to repeat this sort of thing 3 times already. So yeah, I think the Divine Beasts was the worst part of the game.

The best part to me was riding on a horse and exploring. You go pretty fast but at an equal speed where you don't go too fast. I absolutely love the music that plays at night.
*riding the Master Cycle Zero

if it's a post from 3 months ago or earlier, I probably already regret it immensely, same will apply with this sig in 3 months time

baked beans

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