If you look carefully at the LCD screen near the hearts display, there is a short, old man casting magic with a wand. Does anyone have any idea what triggers him to appear?
So obviously this discussion should have happened before the move, but I'll go ahead and start it now in case Darkhunger doesn't show back up soon. S/he just moved the Game & Watch: Zelda and Legend of Zelda Game Watch information onto two separate pages instead of them both being under "Zelda LCD games". "Zelda LCD games" is now a redirect to "Game & Watch: Zelda". Since the two things are different games, I think it makes sense for them to have different pages. However, I'd recommend making "Zelda LCD games" a disambig linking to both instead of a redirect, since both games use LCD screens. Thoughts?--FierceDeku 15:00, July 25, 2011 (UTC)
- Since they're different, I'm okay with them being separate pages, and I agree that Zelda LCD Games should be a disambig. I'll go ahead and do that now. -Minish Link 15:16, July 25, 2011 (UTC)
Linking to the dragon page in this article makes no sense since it doesn't cover anything about this game at all there. Would a page for these eight unruly dragons work? If not the link should just be removed then. Oni Dark Link 14:10, August 1, 2011 (UTC)
- Well, our Dragon page says almost nothing; basically every dragon is linking to a page that doesn't cover anything about its game. The only difference here is that G&W Zelda is not listed in the infobox because it's non-canonical. So I feel like the link is about as valid as any other dragon link. As far as making a page for the "Unruly Dragons" or "Eight Unruly Dragons", they are the bosses/main antagonists of the game, and though it is non-canon, I think it's still notable. I feel like if someone put in all the story and gameplay information, it'd be sufficient to warrant a page. I'm sure it'd put our tiny dragon page to shame at the very least ;p --FierceDeku 00:07, August 4, 2011 (UTC)