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Die komplette Story ist von mir. Archived from the original on January 27, In the next scene, Link enters the story riding Epona when he finds a tear filled Talon wandering Hyrule field. Games designed and directed by Shigeru Miyamoto.

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The Legend of Zelda Manga Part 2: Ocarina of Time’s Ending – Zelda Dungeon

In the next scene, Link enters the story riding Epona when he finds a tear filled Talon wandering Hyrule field. Now here is where things get pretty confusing. Malon, in fact, manages to find a pitchfork and assists Link in battle with the Gerudo. Suddenly, Ingo appears with a party of Gerudo ready to fight Link. My guess is, Himekawa liked to set four Links to computers for an even dual, otherwise play styles would be based on the player, but who really knows what Himekawa means? Sheik arrives near Twinrova who order him to follow Link. Despite their skepticism, this has no affects on the material within the Manga. Link disarms Ingo with the hook-shot and strikes him in the ear with his sword, which just so happens to have a jewel that was the source of the Twinrova spell. The temple formula from Part 1 stays standard, meaning Link and Ruto skip straight to the boss battle, omitting the entire temple. Should this skepticism continue the chances of more localized manga may cease. In the morning, a party of Gerudo surround Link and Sheik. Malon starts pitying herself by reflecting on her life, and wishing for a Prince on a White Horse to come in and save her. This is really interesting, because it suggests that Ruto was acquainted with Morpha, hinting that Morpha was not always a just an evil temple boss. Link explains his own story, being raised as a Kokiri, but finding out he was actually Hylian and a destined hero. The town, similar to Castle Town from Part 1, is large and well populated. The writers could have easily had Impa or someone in Kakariko village hand the device to Link. They for some reason sense hesitation and suggest that Sheik is secretly helping the Hero of Time. The boss battle with Morpha lasts less than 2 pages, with the total temple taking only 4, which is far too short. The town has lots of people and open shops all ready for trade. He explains the confusion behind losing seven years of his life. When he approaches the tree, it vanishes and an army of Stalfos appears. Saying his goodbyes to Malon, Link travels to the Haunted Wasteland. Sheik offers to guide Link through the desert, and he promptly accepts. Sheik finds Link on the rooftop to say that Twinrova has brainwashed Ingo. Link accepts their advice and leaves. The end of Chapter 1 shows Link in a desert environment, with an image of Zelda stretching across the landscape, hinting that Link has already entered the Haunted Wasteland. They tell Link to travel to the Spirit Temple to find his destiny. With adult Link, the artistic style is much more serious, which just so happens to be my favorite part of the Manga series. He instructs Link to go to the Haunted Wasteland to search for Zelda. As punishment, Twinrova brainwash Ingo in order to betray the Hero of Time. I understand his hat length varies from game to game, but this cover is ridiculous. Then Ganondorf asks Sheik why he serves him, in regards to the Sheikah once serving the Royal Family. Before getting swallowed up by the sand, Sheik pulls Link out. None of this ever happens in the game, and this brainwashing theme reoccurs throughout the Manga, which is really unnecessary, considering how eager he was to run the ranch in the game. Epona, unhindered by the obstacle, leaps over the gate leaving the Gerudo momentarily trapped inside, ceasing their pursuit. It takes a moment for Malon to recognize Link, due to the seven year difference. The Gerudo get reinforcements, and Link hops on Epona with Malon and Ingo to make a run for the entrance, but of course, the gate slams shut. While traveling, the two carry on a mild conversation. One thing to point out is how absolutely none of this takes place in the game, but it is understandable to see the writers strive for original content, rather than regurgitating what we all already know. The second page of the Manga, still inaccurately insists Ocarina of Time was released in , rather than the widely known year of Himekawa explains how when playing the game with all four Links, Blue Link is apparently the most cruel, ruthless and brutal. Barnes and Noble had a whopping three copies this time, with one additional copy of Part 1. This kind of writing is the result of poor planning and comes off looking lazy. The Water Temple is legendary for its difficulty, yet the writers turn it into a joke, rather than remind us of the challenge. Ganondorf sends Ingo to defeat the Hero of Time, and asks Sheik to go with him. Talon explains that Ganondorf has taken Malon for not giving up Epona. Not only does it make more sense to have while traveling the desert, but it is especially smart to look discrete while traveling through possible enemy territory. Ruto still uses the annoying Zora at the end of every sentence, which was discussed in Part 1. Purple Link is the next strongest yet calm. Sheik then quickly leaves the roof conveniently before the Gerudo catch up. This scene is filled with so much irony especially considering the amount of suggestive love stories we saw from Part 1. Watching Lon Lon Ranch turn into such an epic battle ground was quite refreshing.

For those reading for the first time, please direct yourselves to Part 1 of this ongoing series to get the full story on the Legend of Zelda Manga. This particular temple seemed far more neglected than the temples in Part 1, which is especially disappointing since it is the only temple in the Manga that tries to hold true to the formula.

Sheik explains that in the Haunted Wasteland, phantoms try to deceive unwary travelers, and confirms that there is nothing around. Ingo is apologizing to Ganondorf after losing Epona to Link in Part 1. Link pulls out a hook-shot and propels to the roof, then points out that he got the device in Kakariko Village. The two set up camp and go to sleep for the night, but Link wakes up to see the Great Deku Tree.

Red Link is somehow passionate, and Green Link is just green. To my surprise, it was substantially easier to find than Part 1. Link wakes up in a prison cell, unarmed.

Sheik denies their claim, but they insist that Sheik must go prove himself. Besides, it is kind of fun to see one of the more peaceful areas of the game turn into such a battleground. Link then says he is curious how the years have changed her, and feels uneasy to see her again. Link arrives wearing a very nice looking cloak. Perhaps their intention was to show a goofy child friendly image for a younger market, but the artistic style of the rest of the Manga shares few similarities, so the cover can be misleading. The original Super Smash Bros. The recently brainwashed Ingo has Malon tied up and starts beating the horses, all in order to lure the Hero of Time. This article will relate and reference back to Part 1. Now I am unsure which Super Smash Bros. Various images from his past, Part 1, continue to taunt Link throughout the night. Sheik briefly explains that the tribe had no leader until Ganondorf came, then leaves. Part 1 had a pretty childish cover, but the picture depicted a younger Link, which more appropriately fit the style of the younger Link in Part 1. In the Manga, this does not seem to be the exact same case. Link cuts her free and tries to leave with her, but Malon refuses insisting that her Prince will come and save her. Maybe one of the Japanese versions of Super Smash Bros. Once Sheik departs, Twinrova summon Nabooru to assist Sheik and determine if he is indeed a traitor. None of the three games have a Purple Link. Some of the contexts of the battle were cheesy, but forgivable. Link asks if Sheik still has a grudge against the Royal Family, but Sheik says no. Ruto is freed and awakens as a Sage. Moments after engaging in combat, Malon notices how grown up Link has become gradually deciding Link just might be her prince. Despite my complaints, this chapter was really an action packed start. While Link is distracted, Sheik strikes Link in the back of the head, rendering him unconscious. Unfortunately Link loses his cloak to the sand. Link tries to fight off the army, when a puzzled Sheik wakes up and asks Link what he is doing. With little more explanation, Link races to Lon Lon Ranch. He explains that the eye was originally the symbol of the Sheikah, but they added a tear when the Royal family betrayed them. Morpha grabs Link, and Ruto shouts at the water monster to stop. Morpha traps Ruto in a bubble, which seemed really unnecessary since the battle is so short. Link hook-shots the core once, defeating Morpha in a single hit, without any contact with the Master Sword. While none of these events take place in the game, which is already well established by now, it is important to take note that Nabooru is following orders from Twinrova. Link stops at an open shop to purchase food, water, and a bundle of arrows, when the disguised Twinrova gain his attention. In the game, Nabooru discretely leads a personal rebellion against Ganondorf, until Twinrova discover her betrayal and brainwash her into an Iron Knuckle. In order to further distract Link, Twinrova summon a sand storm to hinder his progress. Link leaves the temple and travels through the Wasteland, or desert, until he arrives at a village. At this appropriate moment, Link falls through the ceiling. Just to be sure, Super Smash Bros. Not a good way to start off chapter 1.







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