Category: majora’s mask

Tingle’s Maps: The Great Bay Temple

Tingle’s Maps: The Great Bay Temple

Great Bay Temple

A lot of Zelda fans are way too harsh on the Great Bay Temple in my opinion. While it’s certainly not a flawless dungeon, I’d personally rate it as a pretty memorable and challenging experience. Plus, I think it’s one of the more creative water-based temples from throughout the series.

What exactly is “memorable” and “creative” about the Great Bay Temple, I hear you asking skeptically? Well,…

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Zelda’s Study: Gyorg species overview

Zelda’s Study: Gyorg species overview

While most enemies and beasts in Zelda games attempt to intimidate players with designs based on mythical sources, the various Gyorg species are rare exceptions that are inspired by real-life fears. Gyorgs have not appeared in many games, but their nature of being a deadly creature that lurks below (or even above) has made them hard to forget.

The first Gyorg to appear in the series was the…

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jojo56830: “The flow of time is always crue…

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“The flow of time is always cruel… its speed seems different for each person, but no one can change it…“      -Sheik

sometimes I forget just how emotionally heavy Majora’s Mask is. Then it just, you know, hits me…inspired by these awe inspiring MM songs:                 

Medli’s Melodies: A bewitching violin cover of…

Medli’s Melodies: A bewitching violin cover of Kotake and Koume’s theme

I’m always impressed by the talent of musicians that create violin covers, and the piece I’m looking at today by Patti Rudisillis no exception. But her cover in particular — a rendition of the Kotake and Koume theme — really struck a chord with me. Patti draws inspiration from the fact that the witches are twins to influence the style of her cover, with the end result being a vibrant re-creation…

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Tingle’s Maps: Stone Tower Temple

Tingle’s Maps: Stone Tower Temple

The Stone Tower Temple is a unique dungeon in Majora’s Mask. Located in the Ikana Canyon region of Termina, the dungeon puts everything Link has learned to the test. The puzzles in the dungeon often require the use of multiple weapons and masks that Link has obtained. Looking back at my first playthrough of this dungeon, I recall seeing the many upside-down switches, Deku Flowers, and fixtures…

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Medli’s Melodies: Stone Temple Tower

Medli’s Melodies: Stone Temple Tower

Majora’s Mask is a haunting game, with an atmosphere and music to match, but for me, the music peaked when I went to the final area in Ikana.  The music in the canyon itself was spooky, with the low musical tones, but when I reached Stone Temple Tower that feeling changed from haunting to intriguing.  The Stone Temple Tower theme is one of my favorites in the Zeldaseries, and I’m always delighted…

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