Somebody just added a trivia section to this page talking about Gohdan's similarities to Andross (Starfox 64) and Eyerok (Mario 64). Someone took it down, as we don't do trivia sections. We do mention possible references to other games though. In general, should stuff like that be added, just not as a trivia section?--Fierce Deku (talk) 04:01, November 8, 2010 (UTC)
- We do our best to incorporate it into the article. If you would like to try and do that, it'd be really appreciated. I would try, but I'm working on a wiki project. --ϐαςς ᴶαϟϟι 04:05, November 8, 2010 (UTC)
Relation To Mazaal?
They have a similiar style to them, both having myan looking runes, and headresses. They're both disembodied heads, with floating hands (with eyes). They're both disarmed by breaking them from the inside, and they're both atomatons built by an ancient culture, to defend a powerful and ancient object from evil. Gohdan was said to have been built by the gods, so that would have had to have meant that either he was created between the events of ocarina of time and wind waker, or that he has existed for far longer than that, but was only then charged with defending the master sword. The Tower of the Gods, and Gohdan, is much more advanced than anything else we see in Wind Waker, just as the Wind Tribe was, so maybe, when gohdan says that he was created by the gods, it meant that the gods charged a group (perhaps one with enough technological ability, and a strong enough connection to the gods that they would have built massive shrines and temples) to build it in their name. It would make sense, as I cannot name any other case of the gods creating machines, and see no evidence that they are capable of such. So, i guess the overall theory im getting at is that gohdan was built by the wond tribe, as evidenced by it's techological advancement, function, style of construction, and relation to a nearly identical automaton. Yes? No? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Protomix (talk • contribs)
- As usual, there's too much speculation here — especially because, having been released about two years apart, we have no proof that Nintendo had even conceived the Wind Tribe when The Wind Waker was in development. Besides, there are several enemies and bosses with thematic and physical similarities, but few of them are actually implied in any way to be connected in-universe. Xykeb Yvolix Zraliv 16:28, March 22, 2012 (UTC)
I was thinking that the pattern on the wall and on Gohdan itself looks like the twilight pattern, from the warp portals especially... Just a thought... --VuoriLiikaluoma (talk) 09:02, September 22, 2012 (UTC)