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    • Good day everyone! We'd like to improve our "Did You Know..." section on the Main Page by adding a lot more interesting trivia to it. Trivia sections are arguably one of our greatest attractions for readers, so our goal is to provide enough dynamic content to get people interested in learning from these articles.

      You can help us by suggesting interesting trivia tidbits in this thread to feature on the main page. These can range anywhere from the awesome to the weird so long as it's interesting, so let's get started!
    • Did you know that unlike Morpha's tentacles, Morpheel's will withdraw when sliced?

      Did you know Link's Hurricane Spin in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker can be prolonged if he hits multiple enemies in a row?

      Did you know Chancellor Cole can inadvertently help Link if he rolls behind Zelda's hijacked Phantom and guides it to Malladus before breaking the strings?
    • Let me try this ^^

      Did you know that Knight's armor, in the middle ages which is commonly interpreted as extremely heavy, is actually very much light. The armor is actually made out of PLATE METAL which are then lighter than the chain-mail and leather that the common Man-At-Arms would wear. It was actually so light that Knights can be just as maneuverable, if not, more-so than most other chain-mail wearers. Not only that, but the armor retains it's defensive capabilities, there have been accounts of Medieval battles where Knights look like porcupines from all of the arrows that had sunk into their armor, yet the wearer is unscathed.
    • Boss wrote:

      Did you know that unlike Morpha's tentacles, Morpheel's will withdraw when sliced?

      Did you know Link's Hurricane Spin in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker can be prolonged if he hits multiple enemies in a row?

      Did you know Chancellor Cole can inadvertently help Link if he rolls behind Zelda's hijacked Phantom and guides it to Malladus before breaking the strings?


      I don't think we even have these on the wiki. Could you provide some videos showing these?
    • Sadly my Gamecube and Wii are out of commission and recording stuff on my DS with a camera could get tricky.

      The Morpheel one can be done by standing close to it during the first phase which will cause a tentacle to fall on the ground and attempt to grab Link. Slice it before that happens.

      On Outset Island there is a hole leading to a series of floors with enemies. Reach the one with a lot of ChuChus, hit the ground with the Skull Hammer to stun them, and then quickly use the hurricane spin. At least one of the electric ChuChu's will probably recover before they all die but that should be enough time for observation.

      To pull this off get Zelda to follow Link to the far right while she is being controlled by Cole. Run to the space on your left and roll by her. If timed properly she won't be able to stop Link from passing her up. Malladus will still shoot Link when he gets in range so don't go to far.
    • Did you know there's a paper airplane in the Ancient Castle of Ikana?

      Or that the artstyle commonly attributed to The Wind Waker, technically first appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, which was released in the US one week before The Wind Waker was released in Japan?

      That the Sword and Shield Link uses in Zelda II are the same weapons as the ones he found in The Legend of Zelda?

      Two separate Zelda games were made for the Game & Watch?

      That the mortal draw is not an instant KO? It merely deals enough damage to kill all regular enemies. Using it in conjunction with the Ordon Sword fails to even kill a bokoblin.

      Two magic mushrooms can be found in the Stock Pot Inn, one in the restroom and in in Gorman's boxer shorts.

      Not only does Link have two lines of dialogue in Zelda II, he also speaks to the player in the manual to inform them of various things.

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    • did you know that ganon can be killed without the silver arrows in a link to the past, but it is very difficult to time and is probably a glitch?

      stalfos are not in adventure of link, but instead a similar enemy known as stalfon exists instead?

      skulltulas are supposed to be called staltulas

      the dwarven swordsmith must be rescued to get the super bomb to avoid the one following sprite rule. if the swordsmith was was following link while getting the super bomb or the blue chest then the sprite would replace him and the swordsmith would return to his starting position.

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