I dont recall it ever saying Grog's name in OoT, only MM
AuronKaizer - "Ah, tick-tick-tock. Is that the sound of a Geiger counter or my lifespan counting down? It's both! That's right, here at Black Mesa, when we talk about "half-life," we mean it in more ways than one. So make your peace, and come to Black Mesa. Here, you'll win a chance to fight freaks of nature, escape countless safety hazards, wander aimlessly for hours, and die scared, tired, and alone!" TALK - THE LIST - GAMES - PIT OF RECKONING - SANDBOX - WALRUS GUMBOOT
The Majora's Mask name was the only thing the editor had to go on thinks I. That's what happens when they don't release official names.
I always thought his name was grotto, cause when you put a mask on as YL, it has diff dialog, so I remember something diff.
Any one mind if i split this in to two different articles like all the other majora/ocarina characters? OniDark Link 13:29, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
AuronKaizer - "On the Eighth Day, God created Mankind. Why was he having such a bad day?!? Why did he create all of you normal, and forget so many important parts of me? He made the teeth that I swallowed... the ear that was ripped from my skull! A face that no longer exists! Deep inside, you are merely a mirror image of all my atrocities! The ugliness that exists outside lives inside everyone of you! Destruction... CAN BE BEAUTIFUL!" TALK - THE LIST - GAMES - PIT OF RECKONING - SANDBOX - WALRUS GUMBOOT
Actually, the norm is more like one page, not two separate ones. Especially in cases like this, when you don't know the character's name in one game. What would you call the article? Mohawk Man? Cucco Lady's Bro? Mr. Nice Guy? This really works best.
Well what about konume and kotake and people who you know both names. do they remian seperate? OniDark Link 13:47, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
Arr, Grog be already a pirate reference featured in most any kids' show dealing with pirates. 'Tis not even done to a adult level 'ere. ARR!!
When Grog turns into a Stalfos seven years later, if you return to the past, Grog isn't in his usual spot under the tree in the Village. You guys should add that in the article. Sandubadear (talk) 15:12, August 13, 2013 (UTC)
Add the section headline
Is the Zelda franchise intertwined with Alcoholics anonymous?
First and obviously
The Sobriety Circle & Triangle Symbol, is the symbol used by Alcoholics Anonymous. The equilateral triangle represents the three part answer - unity, recovery and service - to a three part disease - physical, mental and spiritual, while the circle represents wholeness or oneness.
The circle symbolizes serenity and perfection, and the source of unlimited potential. Together they represent the perfect union of mind and body.
It has been used in many native cultures. The priests, medicine men and seers of antiquity regarded the circle enclosing the triangle as a means of warding off spirits of evil.
The Hojo name for it, though, was Mitsuuroko 三つ鱗), or "three scales".
Power, Wisdom and Courage.
then link never seams to really know much about what is going on at least time change wise. he Runs around hitting animals and trees to buy "potions" like a mad man, Does the same thing over and over again, Does not seem to have much conection to his family, Constantly looses his girl, spends about 50% of his time in a dungeon (jail). He stops needing potions only by gaining hearts and talking to people as well as battling his own monsters. Trying to make it to a "Golden Land". Anyways I'm a little skeptical about my own theroy but it would be an interesting attempt to teach kids the signs of Alcoholism. Also could be one of the creators was influenced and maybe sought so help after all anonymous or I'm just bored after I stopped drinking is more likely. Thoughts?