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Author Topic: Legend of Zelda: The Dark Star  (Read 1196 times)

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montyofmusic

Legend of Zelda: The Dark Star
« on: June 16, 2011, 02:04:06 am »
This is the whole plot for the whole game:
Link is a boy who is coming to age in a town called Mordin. This town is deep in the forest, but they keep a connection with Hyrule. One day, the town elder sends Link to bring an ancient blade to Hyrule Castle. When he gets there, Hyrule Castle is under attack by the Gerudu King Ganondorf. Link rescues Princess Zelda and hides her in a distant temple called the Temple of Light. There, the sage Rainia explains that Ganondorf rose to power with a relic called the Dark Star. To defeat this power, Link must destroy the four nightmares which gaurd it. These temples are in the Lost Woods, Death Mountain, Lake Hylia, and Snowpeak. When Link finally conquers these temples, he goes to the dark castle in place of Hyrule Castle. He tries to defeat Ganondorf, but, to no avail. He then smirks to Link that he should visit the Castle Town Library. There Link figures out that the blade that he has in fact is the Master Sword. The problem is, when the sword was crafted, four of the eight races of Hyrule did not add a metal to the sword so it is in fact incomplete. Link visits the Temple of Light, the Gerudu Desert, the swamp, and the Dark Realm. Now that the Master Sword is complete, Link goes to the Dark Palace to fight Ganondorf and save Hyrule!
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Re: Legend of Zelda: The Dark Star
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2011, 04:29:10 pm »
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So basically, rather than killing the only person capable of defeating him, Ganondorf chooses to tell Link where to go in order to learn to defeat him.

Also, wrong board.
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Re: Legend of Zelda: The Dark Star
« Reply #2 on: June 17, 2011, 02:08:05 am »
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As this is an idea for a game and no screenshots are provided it has been moved to the discussion board. Please be mindful of where you post in the future. Thanks.
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Re: Legend of Zelda: The Dark Star
« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2011, 11:23:18 pm »
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Sounds very similar to Ocarina of Time...
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