The other "moons" that have appeared aren't really proper appearances...one's a "nickname" for a dungeon, the other is about the lunar cycle. I suggest that we have a "this page is about blahblah, for the Legend of Zelda dungeon, see Level 2 (First Quest)" and create a separate article on the lunar cycles of WW.
Malion– Link = Seapunk TALK– 18:33, 7 February 2009 (UTC)
This is just a bit of theorizing on my part... but, on the chance that Termina and Hyrule share a moon, which is possible... why would the Moon still exist in the Great Sea in Wind Waker? Seeing as this is the adult time line, and Link was probably not present in Termina to save it from that Moon, it would have crashed into the ground and destroyed everything... though, as said in the article, the moon having a face and then dissappearing at the end of MM leads one to think that wasn't a moon at all... which leads one to wonder where the real moon was, as it isn't seen.
On a side note, is it mentionable that the moon is in Oot? It is important in the fact that it acts exactly like the sun does during the day, telling you what part of the night it is and when it's about to be the morning.
lol and on a silly note, the moon in MM does not cast any form of a shadow and Clock Town is in the full light of the sun even when it's directly behind the moon on the third day.
Xykeb Zraliv– 6. “You are not my Prince, O Arrogant Man. You were never truly of my Flesh.” TALK– it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
The two moons would be alternate realities, just like everything else, and they would be prone to being different from each other, just like everything else. The moon crashing in Termina would not cause it to crash in Hyrule; thereore, even if Termina was destroyed in the Adult Timeline, Hyrule would still exist. And wow, I never noticed that about it blocking out the Sun.
Redeadhunter– Jump on my back again and I'll give you something to scream about! TALK– My weapon of choice: The Zombie Sword
Termina is an alternate world, special effects proved that. Entering Termina, Link went through creepy neon pictures, and as he was leaving, the sky freaked out as Link looked at it to be sure he was in the real world.
Should we move Hyrules Moon to a diferent page?
You know, maybe we should move the parts of this page about Hyrules Moon to a separate page. After all the two moons have nothing in common other than they are Moons. We could title the page "Moon (Hyrule)" or "Moon (Light World)".--ShutUpNavi 14:52, 10 February 2009 (UTC)
Dialask77– I am the sorceror of ice... TALK– 21:24, 22 January 2009 (UTC)
I wouldn't, the hyrule moon doesn't play a massive role in the series. If it played more of a role, then sure, but it is like seperating Koume and Kotake, kind of needless.
Deleted or moved?
Xykeb Zraliv– 5. And the Prince said “I will not allow the Cunning Thief to disregard the message of the King. His importance is far too great to allow to slip away, or be corrupted in the foulness of his fellows, so I will make an example for him.” TALK– it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
Ok, we've all pretty much agreed that the information about moons in The Legend of Zelda and Wind Waker is unnecessary. I'd like to start working on this page, but I'm not sure about one thing - should we move the information about the Wind Waker moon to its own page or just delete it outright? It seems very unnecessary within the context of the Majora's Mask moon, but the information has a relation to a moon in its own way. I'd personally err to the side of deleting it, but I'd like to know what other people think before doing that. As for the Legend of Zelda moon, that's a very stretched connection, so I don't really think it's necessary at all.
While it may not be the true moon, it is called simply the moon many, many times. The name Majora's Moon is never used in the game, though I can see the fact it was clearly affected by Majora. However, it could be the real moon, (because of the lack of a real one in the game), and merely be pulled out of orbit and distorted in appearance by Majora.
should the quotes and questions from the lunar children be added? id be more than happy to collect all the quotes from them. it seems like the questions they ask could be important to understanding certain theories.184.108.40.206 16:37, September 7, 2009 (UTC)usagi
i have all of them. only a few are mentioned. if a quotes section is not needed, i wont post it.220.127.116.11 16:27, September 19, 2009 (UTC)usagi
why dose the moon have an evil face
did majora give it an evil face or was it always like that
Because either Majora is insane,or the real definition:the man of the moon.DUHMalon girl5 (talk) 20:14, April 20, 2010 (UTC)
Majora did give it an evil face, or at least made an existing one evil looking:
I found this by talking to the Gorman Troop's juggler twins (the blue one specifically) in east clock town during the daytime. Here is an excerpt from their conversation:
Blue: ...We're practicing for the big carnival! It happens once in a blue moon!
Red: Or in this years case, once in a really, really scary, red-eyed moon!...
The in this years case indicates the moon was not always like that. It may have always had a face, but not one so scary looking or red eyed.
--Fierce Deku (talk) 04:46, November 1, 2010 (UTC)
The Moon currently has the "Majora's Mask Characters" category, and is credited with the quote about consuming everything. It's implied pretty strongly that Majora possessed the moon and said those words itself. There is really no indication that the actual moon is in any way a being. One could argue that it's not impossible, but it seems to me like it's far from concrete enough to warrant listing it as a being outside of theory tags. Does anyone mind if I remove the category and credit the quote to Majora?--FierceDeku 02:16, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
Makes sense to me. I already agreed with you, but for some reason I never noticed those issues with the page. Just not paying attention to details again, I guess... Jedimasterlink (talk) 03:44, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
It seems to me that the theory would be that it was Majora, not the other way around. Even if Majora speaking through the moon makes more sense (and it does seem implied), the only thing we know for sure is that we see the moon and then the quote is said. There's no official indication of where it comes from and either way this is an extremely small issue to begin with. But with that said, the moon can arguably be considered a character aside from that quote because it has moments that some might consider characterization, similar to the lord of the flies which is also an inanimate object. Being possessed is an example. So I say leaving it is the best way to go since the biggest downside is peoples' OCDs kicking in. --EveryDayJoe45 (talk) 06:20, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
I fully agree with Joe on this one OniDark Link 09:35, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, me too. -MinishLink 17:53, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
Ok, I made a few changes, but I wasn't given the option of explaining them, so here's my explanation.
First, just a few minor grammatical changes.
Otherwise, someone said that Shikashi didn't want to cause an uproar with the information of a possible "new moon." That's not really plausible at all because said moon is kind of, well, gravitating towards the earth at a rate that will soon crush Termina. If he doesn't tell anybody, people are going to see the heavenly body gravitating towards them in Clock Town anyways.
Still, this does bring up an interesting question. Why didn't Shikashi help with trying to convince people to leave Clock Town? Or maybe he already tried before Link got to Termina? Hard to say, seeing as this is pre-game information. —Preceding unsigned comment added by ZeldaTheory (talk • contribs)
It's quite possible he did inform people before hand as it's no secret even on the first day that the moon is falling. By that point other's had noticed. Most notably the arguments in the mayor's office are already underway. I reckon Shikashi informed the mayor and the town guard. He doesn't seem like the most sociable person so he probably informed them and then just left them to sort out a solution. OniDark Link 12:34, July 19, 2015 (UTC)
Ok, yeah, that does makes sense. ZeldaTheory (talk) 08:30, July 26, 2015 (UTC)
It's creepy. StrawberryFlight (User talk:StrawberryFlight|talk]]) 8:42, July 30, 2016 (UTC)
It is, but this isn't the place to talk about that. Talk pages are strictly for discussions about the article itself, not about its subject. -Starstalk 21:39, July 31, 2016 (UTC)