oh my god your voice is so cute xD
umm thanks? lol
What the fuck are you people commenting on this video awwing about lol.
This game is fucking sad. And great explanation BTW. I liked the video.
Hopefully Majora’s mask will get re-released for n3ds, so I can finally
don’t worry. they only “d’aawed” at my voice, not the video itself (trust
me, its embarrassing as it is lol) but thank you and i agree. this game is
depressing as fuck lol. and i would LOVE to have MM on 3DS!! 😀
The manga is slightly different and shows how the mask came to be. I do
know that it is the darkest zelda game ever made. I don’t mean to make a
correction off the bat but none of the zoras knew about mikau’s death,
maybe miju (oceanographer)
While “cute” isn’t quite the right word I’d pick to describe your voice, I
do have to say your narration, and the music, were perfect. The combination
sucked me right in. Excellent video, even if the theory/discovery wasn’t
yours. (I came across this theory a few weeks back, but it didn’t truly
sink in until about half an hour ago how well it fits together.)
I really need to play this game…
I love this video! Your voice is very elegant and works well with sorrow
tone of the content. A++ from me
I never thought of it that way. I have completed this game 21 times, but I
never would have thought of this. I must ask, how on Earth did you think up
Don’t forget about the ranch, they’re rivals (the gormon brothers) wanted
to sabatoge romani’s ranch and how their’s is falling apart after the death
of their dad. First a boulder blocks their only way out, and the alien
invasion and romani doesn’t believe her sister how it’s happening and why
cows go missing.
In the manga, the deku king was going to kill other animals besides the
monkey, such as the turtles. I also love the kafei and anju quest.
I never thought that Majora’s Mask reflected the 5 stages of grief. I never
understood the bargaining part but I can just search it up. I wonder if it
has anything to do with Nintendo during the time the game was made or that
they are sending hidden messages about the 5 stages of grief. Finding out
about this makes my very sad.
I want it on wiiu. But not that i haven’t played it. I just want to try it
out in a new light… Or should i say, darkness? 😀
actually no the order of the timeline is: SS – MC – FS – OoT *Timeline
Splits into 3* Child Timeline – MM – TP – FSA Adult Timeline – WW – PH – ST
Failure Timeline – ALttP – Oracle Games – LA – Z1 – Z2
i understand. though if you want to make you theory more consistent and
valid, i would say: At the end of Majora’s Mask, Link leaves Termina
without a fairy, thus turning into the Hero’s Shade from Twilight Princess
(which is confirmed that the Hero’s Shade is Link from Ocarina of Time)
which is possibly the result of not only the Five Stages of Grief, but
making the Acceptance Stage more believable. He never found his best friend
Navi in Termina, so he accepted his fate. Without her, he died
I checked many of your videos, I applaud you from the bottom of my heart.
LINK WAS THE DEAD ONE!!!! First of all, the scenery just would only be that
for a reason if was was dreaming about his emotions for himself. Second, he
could have been grieving over himself, as he was confronted with death.
Last of all, all the real masks are dead people, so if they are the ones
who can transform into elegy of emptiness statues, why can link?
Jesus this is so depressing.
The five stages of grief are of Link. Theorists have concluded that Link
died in the lost woods and is facing himself as he is to accept that he is
dead. As he fell through that bottomless pit, HE DIED. DABDA shows Link
trying to go through death. Link accepts his own death in the Stone Tower
Temple, by playing the Elegy of Emptiness, he makes clones of the form that
he is currently in, and the masks are of beings that are dead, and somehow
he is able to create a clone of himself as well. This tells us that Link is
the one that’s dead. AND do you remember the first person that talked to
you in Clock Town? What did he say? “You have met wih a terrible fate,
haven’t you?” You assume he means being turned into a Deku Scrub, but when
does that line repeat? EVERY TIME YOU LET THE MOON CRASH INTO THE SURFACE,
THAT SAME LINE REPEATS IN A BLACK, EMPTY BACKGROUND. That line isn’t about
being turned into a Deku Scrub, it’s about Link dying. And this game
represents much more than Link dying and saving Clock Town. It has an
emotional feel to the game. Have you lost someone in your life and don’t
want to accept that he’s/she’s gone? Are you experiencing betrayal? The
Skull Kid’s story will speak to you then. And so will Link’s.
Wow. That was amazing… and what is the sad music in the background? It is
heartbreaking, yet sweet.
BTW, the video could be even better if you corrected one thing–the Gorons,
it’s the dead hero who desperately tries to bargain with Link to bring him
back to life.
This is perfect. Perfect perfect. It accurately defines the feelings one
gets for each of those areas when first playing through this game as a
I would argue that the Gorons are not really bargaining, and that they also
are in the depression phase (one of the only character that openly cries of
grief is the goron child). No… the bargaining is the side quest that
brings you to the ranch. In clock town, the people who are not in denial
attempt to flee to the countryside to save their lives. This is bargaining.
I would also argue that Link never truly completely accepts death, as he
fights against it all the way through the game, (and eventually suceeds at
saving the world), although he never finds Navi again. I would put him in
the bargaining category as well. The use of the song of time can also be
seen as denial.
True acceptance is more subtle and more significant. There’s only two
characters who go into clock town in their very final moments. These two
characters were given the chance to try to escape, the chance to bargain
against death but they face it head on to spend their final moments with
each other. The both take the risk to meet their end alone just so that
they can find each other, and meet their end in each other’s embrace. Never
in a videogame have I seen a truer symbol of love and of acceptance.
Sometimes I think to myself that Anju and Kafei were the true protagonists
of the story. The only two that went through their journey of grief
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