Okay, we need to discuss something. As all items in the trading quest have only one purpose and largely nothing else particularly notable about them, are really individual articles for each item necessary? I suggest making a Biggoron's Sword Trading Quest article or something.
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Alright, glad to have you guys with me on this. I'll get to it tomorrow, but today, I'm using a crap computer that I can't type properly on, and that aggravates me. By the way, I fixed your template there Shadow, something seems to have screwed up >.<
Also, the Hourglass trading sequence is for the scroll of...something. That whole sidequest felt rushed and completely thoughtless to me though.
The sidequest on PH is for the Great Spin Attack, I can easily write it with bare thoughts, it is short and easy. I could probably write a less complicated guide on the Biggorons sword, but is it all during adult Link?
ive changed the "most of which are timed" to "some of which are timed" because as far as i can remember only three of them are timed which isnt most.
what room is Biggron's Sword in in Hyrule Castle? OniDark Link 22:29, July 27, 2010 (UTC)
I remember seeing a sword displayed on the walls of several rooms in Hyrule Castle that looked SIMILAR to the Biggoron's Sword, but not identical. For one, it lacked the golden circle w/ the Goron's symbol on the hilt, which already sets it apart from the picture in this article. Can anyone point to an instance of an actually identical Biggoron's Sword in TP? If not, the mention of it should be edited to reflect only similarity—or probably outright removed, as the similarities are pretty generic once you lose the hilts. Knives182 (talk) 00:01, May 12, 2011 (UTC)
Found it on youtube and went there myself, and I think they're different enough I'm just removing that section. Here's the video link. Similarities include being big, and having a blade that gradually tapers the whole length. Dissimilarities include the color on basically all of it (not a spec of blue), the shape of all parts of the hilt, and that gold pommel with the Goron Symbol is replaced by a small red pommel with a design around it that looks more like the Red Emblem than Biggoron's Sword (I'm just saying that jokingly to emphasize the difference, please nobody start any theories based on that...). If Nintendo was trying to reference Biggoron's Sword they would have made it a lot closer. They also probably wouldn't have put in four of them since Biggoron's Sword is unique. Not as bad as the "Hero's Shade is holding the Gilded/Great Fairy Sword" myth, but still it's too far off to be intended to be the same. By the way, I sweeped the whole castle (inside and out) and didn't see any other swords, so that's definitely the one its talking about.--FierceDeku 05:32, May 12, 2011 (UTC)