Talk:Fierce Deity Link

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Fairly decent article, but I advise you to only include fact in your submissions. There is no fact concerning the Fierce Deity. All that is known of his background is that he is evil and has some relation to Majora. Do not include speculation in your articles in the form of fact. If you want to include speculation, make perfectly clear that what you are saying is only guesswork.

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Wielder of the Sword

This article is almost completely composed of the glitches to become Fierce Deity. Very little is mentioned about anything in his background, even theories. --Yuvorias 23:33, March 2008 (EST) as

New Editions

The new section to this page 'Who is the Feirce Deity?', in my opinion contains too much speculation for a wiki... such as saying the Interlopers of TP worshiped him, which has little clause considering they're in different parallel worlds. Though it has a theory warning, there isn't evidence in support of it... so I think this section should be worked on, removing the said stuff and more... User:Melchizedek/sig 22:06, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

Some of it is interesting, but the Dark Interlopers thing, yeah, definitely doesn't work, for a number of reasons. As for the rest of it, I'm afraid I'm not yet really familiar with how much speculation this wiki tolerates on its articles.... Jimbo Jambo 08:38, 20 January 2009 (UTC)
Generally just sticking to facts is best... however popular and significant theories can be added to the page with the theory warning template. Ideas that are solely personal and carry little evidence to support it are probably best not to be added.User:Melchizedek/sig 21:34, 20 January 2009 (UTC)


I have compiled a theory of Majora's Origins, and it concerns Fierce Deity Link too. If you want to read it it's on my talk page. I think that Fierce Deity is the spirit of The Hero of Time that keeps getting re-incarnated. I also believe that the traveler in the MM manga was Fierce Deity. Is that worth mentioning in the article? --The Keeper of Majora's Mask 22:42, 2 March 2009 (UTC)