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Is Skull Kid really the main antagonist for the majority of the game? Because me and most of the people I know who played the game knew the Majora was the baddy all along. It becomes quite obvious after you see the tragic side of Skull Kid during the cut-scene just before entering Woodfall Swamp and that he's just looking for friends. People looking for friends don't blow up the world with the friggin' Moon!
I would consider him an antongonist for most of the game until the mask comes off him. I always thought the things he did were largely him and not Majora. It could go both ways though, Majora can also be seen as the primary villain as Majora could also have been controlling the Skull Kid. Its a gray area I guess.--Richardtalk 00:52, 3 May 2009 (UTC)
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He thought the Giants abandoned him so he wanted to get even. What he had in mind with getting even was probably the way most modern-teenagers would do it: you know Tee-Pee their houses, egg their houses, do the burning sack of dog shit on their front door, the ring-and-run etc. However when he stole Majora's Mask the evil spirit took over his conciousness and made him engage in more morbid plans. What is known is that Skull Kid probably does barely cling on to his complete self since Majora would've undoubtedly killed Link right then and there in the caverns but Skull Kid thought that the Deku transformation was enough and ditched him.
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Sigh. Without the Skull Kid, Majora would have no way to wreak havoc through him. The mask obviously magnifies the Skull Kid's penchant for maliciousness as well, so you can assume that some small part of him is still in "control". That's all I have to say about that.

what are the other minor facts that support the theory that the ocarina of time skull kid is one and the same? Oni Dark Link 21:04, 14 May 2009 (UTC)

found one. at the start he says "Huh. this guy. well that shouldnt be a problem". Oni Dark Link 17:09, 16 May 2009 (UTC)

You can also hear a small segment of Saria's Song at the very end of the credits, when it shows the stump with the drawing of Link and the Skull Kid together. As far as I know, Saria's Song and the Skull Mask are the only ways Link had any significant interactions with a Skull Kid in OoT. Diachronos (talk) 05:52, 23 May 2009 (UTC)

One and the same

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How does the whole You smell like the fairy kid who thought me to play the song in the woods mean that its the same Skull Kid? Link didnt teach the Skull Kid Saria's Song Saira did. If they are one and the same that would mean he is the only Skull Kid Saria thought her song too and it would also mean Link and Saria smell the exact same (you couldnt really say thats because they both come from the forest because the Skull Kid also lived in the forest and would probably be able to tell the differen between two people)
Skull Kid Artwork (Majora's Mask)
Xykeb Zraliv – 3. And the Woodcutter’s son fled, and told all of what he had seen, but the Men of Technology are arrogant and his words were unheeded.
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Well first off, your use of the word 'thought' to mean 'taught' irritates me. Usually I don't mind it (plus I guess it's not really any of my business), but you did it twice...which almost makes it seem intentional. Not that it is,, I don't really know where I'm going with this. It just bugs me.

Er, anyway, I don't recall, so can you provide a quote or something where he says that Saria taught that song to him? What I mean to say is, does he ever say (or imply) that he already knew the song that Link played?

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From what I remember he says something like you kmnw Saria lets be friends or something when you play the song for him

Edit: No I was wrong he doesnt say he knew Saria just the song but it still doesnt mean he's the same skull kid since Link still didnt teach him the song. The quote is "You know Saria's Song! We should be friends! Here, take this!"

Skull Kid Artwork (Majora's Mask)
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It's possible that he had heard the song since Saria played it in the woods all the time, but didn't know how to play it himself until Link came along, although that's a bit strained. You may or may not have a case here. Let's see what other people think though.

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My take on all these theories is "what did the designers of the game intend?" It seems to me that the designers wouldn't throw in a random reference to some other character we've never heard of who smells like Link and taught the Skull Kid a song. And I don't think they would add a random reference to Saria either. It seems pretty clear to me that they intended to make the two Skull Kids one and the same.
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What MaloMart said.

If we're not willing to definitively state that Skull Kid appears in OoT in the intro paragraph, then we shouldn't have an OoT Appearance section for him right below this in the mainspace of the article. This info should either be moved to the theory section, or we should change the intro paragraph to support it. Knives182 (talk) 22:34, May 12, 2011 (UTC)

Article tense

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TALK – 00:07, July 23, 2010 (UTC) Timeline My edits ?x?
Now I am a bit confused about this, but the tense in this article is a bit screwy, at least to me. See the way it is worded, it keeps calling Skull Kid "the Skull Kid" which implies that the name "Skull Kid" is unoffical. If it is the offical name the tense needs to change to(in the case of what I undid) to "...grabs hold of Skull Kid's left leg...." and start refering to Skull Kid as "he and him". If the name "Skull Kid" is unoffical, then we put the unknown name tag up. Or there is some gramatical rule that I am missing, but I'm pretty sure I'm not.
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I don't think you scrutinized that edit too closely. Look again. Anyway, he's referred to as "the Skull Kid" in the game, hence he's referred to as such here...
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The only thing that makes that reason seem iffy to me is that he is called "Skull Kid" in-game as well.
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Now, call me crazy, but I seem to recall that Nintendo have no grasp of the word "consistency" and its by-products.
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TALK – 00:31, July 23, 2010 (UTC) Timeline My edits ?x?
Alright, your crazy. It still doesn't mean your wrong. You can be crazy and right.

Still though, what I think is confusing is that whenever someone is directing something at him, they call him Skull Kid. But when they are talking about him, they call him the Skull Kid. So both are right. Right?

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It seems like people closer to him call him "Skull Kid" and others call him "the Skull Kid". This is all from memory though, so I could be wrong.
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TALK – 03:28, July 23, 2010 (UTC)
I think that those who know him call him by his name, Skull Kid. Those who don't know him call by his species and call him "the Skull Kid," being "the" "Skull Kid" that they mean.

The mabe village shopkeeper has magical powers but how?

This is related to the Skull Kid... how? Speak quickly. --AuronKaizer! 15:52, February 18, 2012 (UTC)



Skull Kid First Encounter (Majora's Mask)

Skull Kid First Encounter (Majora's Mask)

First Encounter With Skull Kid, delete if declined

wait um sorry for no signing sorry --Link of Time1 (talk) 23:17, January 3, 2016 (UTC)

The video is for the scene more than anything else and we don't have featured videos for characters as such. Maybe if we had a page for the event or boss but we don't and I don't really see much need for either. Oni Dark Link 22:01, January 4, 2016 (UTC)

uh ok i don't understand --Link of Time1 (talk) 02:28, January 18, 2016 (UTC)

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