Shouldn't the title of this article be called Zora XVI?--Herbsewell 23:30, 31 January 2007 (UTC)
Probably. I think on wikipedia that's the general precedent. I'll move it now, it can always be reverted if there are objections. Happyjoe5 21:16, 1 February 2007 (UTC)
Um....where did the XVI part come from? I playe dthrough the game twice, the Master Quest three times, and am playing the Wii version now, and nowhere is he ever called that. Is the XVI canon or is it from the manga? RalisII 08:28, 22 September 2007 (UTC)RalisII
IIRC, it's on a sign in front of Jabu-Jabu. Happyjoe5 20:52, 9 November 2007 (UTC)
Any one ever wonder what the connection between him and mido was? why it was only them not celebrating (and please dont claim they were minions of ganondorf) OniDark Link 11:05, 22 May 2009 (UTC)
EveryDayJoe45– "You want the key, and I want you dead, so we can make this work"--Stalfos (The Legend of Neil) TALK
You over analyze stuff. I don't think there was a connection prior to the celebration. I think its just supposed to be showing how King Zora can't move well (you see how slow he move to get to the side so Link can pass) so hes sitting to the side, and Mido is just a social outcast.
god i hate how slow king zora moves but i presumed he could moved fast but decided to move slow just to annoy you. as for mido being a social outcast? doesnt he consider himself the boss of the kokiri. which leads me to wonder what he's even doing at lon lon ranch. the kokiri suposidly die if they leave the wood. OniDark Link 18:14, 22 May 2009 (UTC)
Right, and all the Kokiri hate Mido. Also about the Kokiri being at Lon Lon Ranch. There is a lot of speculationabout this. It is believed because they are at Lon Lon Ranch, that they do no actually drop dead if they leave the forest, but rather that was made up by the Great Deku Tree in order to trick them and ultimately prevent them from leaving the safe haven and facing the dangers of the outside world.
Xykeb Zraliv– 1. A great many years took place after the Year of the Arrogant Man, and the Prince who had been the Arrogant Man remained in the court of the King and learned many lessons for which he was grateful. TALK– it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
I interpreted that scene as that there was no "connection" as such, but rather that neither wanted to party and they were sitting next to each other because Nintendo wanted to consolidate characters. I always thought that it was shown because they were the two people that lost somebody: Mido lost Saria and King Zora XVI lost Ruto. And yes, Link of the Gorons did lose Darunia, but I don't really see him being all sad and depressed about it. I think he would understand his father's sacrifice, whereas Mido would rather easily be set into depression by anything not going his way. As for King Zora, he's always been overprotective of Ruto and just cares about her too much, which led to him being sad for her leaving. That's how I viewed that scene.
that toto is his terminan counter part. i thought it was a bit obvious and doesnt need to be in the manga to be theorized . OniDark Link 11:32, 30 May 2009 (UTC)
where did the XVI came from I dont remember it if someone tells me id be happy to know cause I want to look up where it is said.--Ironknuckle1 01:16, November 5, 2009 (UTC)
never mind sorry just read rest of page.--Ironknuckle1 01:17, November 5, 2009 (UTC)