Talk:Sealed Temple

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We don't need a page basically detailing the same area as the Sealed Grounds, any one think this should either be merged with Sealled Grounds or removed--XXSuperXXNintendoXx 20:25, 8 December 2011 (EST)

In fact, the Sealed Grounds and the Sealed Temple are different entities. I think the page should be kept, but is does need to be rewritten to reflect its separateness from the Grounds. More specifically, the Grounds encompass the area where the battles with The Imprisoned take place, but the temple is just the building where the Gate of Time, Impa, and Zelda (while she sleeps) are. It also includes the Statue of the Goddess (revealed later) and at the end of the game the Master Sword is put to rest here. The articles will gradually be trimmed and rewritten to reflect the difference. There's still a lot of information pouring in; not everything will be perfect right away. =) Embyr 75  --Talk-- 20:59, 8 December 2011 (EST)

Hmm, I think your right the Seal Grounds is the area surrounding the temple including the pit and outside the temple and the Sealed Temple is the Hylia Temple and this Embyr ur now my master.--XXSuperXXNintendoXx 21:01, 8 December 2011 (EST)

Would it make sense to simply merge it with the Temple of Time?KrytenKoro 02:42, 9 December 2011 (EST)
@XXSuperXXNintendoXx: Ahahaha! =D
@KrytenKoro: I would have to say no. This has plenty of names on its own, and isn't explicitly called the Temple of Time in the game (though, in my mind, it's pretty obvious that it eventually becomes the Temple of Time in OOT). No, there's already a Temple of Time in SS in Lanayru. :P Don't want to cause any confusion! Embyr 75  --Talk-- 10:28, 9 December 2011 (EST)
@Embyr 75: Though there already is a Temple of Time in Lanayru, there might somehow be a connection between the Temples. After all, both of them have a Gate of Time.—Preceding unsigned comment added by NorskTW (talk) {{{2}}}
I agree with Embyr 75 that both pages should be made to clearly reflect the differences between them yet cover enough information about each to remain separate. There is a lot to be said about each area to make to full pages. On the matter of the Sealed Temple being merged with the Temple of Time, I think absolutely not. Only a few facts connect the two together, and the Sealed Temple is under a completely different name. The connection between the two should still be noted, no doubt, but most people who only played Skyward Sword and a handful of Zelda games will not be familiar with the trivia. If they search for Sealed Temple, that should be what they find. Noble Wrot 18:19, 17 January 2012 (EST)

If you want i can get the pictures of the sage medallions on the roof, but i suck at editing so someone will have to edit them for me please EpicDude25 7:30 4/24/12 PST