In MM, they invented it, but it was by Sharp and Flat, who are the composer brothers, therefore, invented it. In OoT, the composer brothers composed it, but never wrote it down. Link somehow learned it from Guru-Guru, who learned it from YL, who I guess had to have learned it before the game started.
Working on a playable music sample system, but it's still in the proverbial sandbox.
That last sentance of the first paragraph in this article sounds repetitive. It already says before in the paragraph that it summons a rainstorm. Should I get rid of it?(Darknut15 (talk) 03:22, 11 July 2009 (UTC))
if you think that it sounds repetive, go right ahead. --C2 03:25, 11 July 2009 (UTC)
Yo, Link Childtimeline didn't save hyrule and went to go to Termina, where he learned the song of storms, and he plays it back in hyrule when he returns! It is a paradox until MM—Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk • contribs)
Confusion about the Time Paradox
I've heard people get very confused about this. This is my theory: Link learns the song of storms when he is an adult right? And the guy says a "green clothed youth played this seven years ago with an ocarina". Once link learns the song, he becomes a kid and goes to play the song. When he does, the guy is very confused, asking what he did to the windmill. But think, when he's a kid, the events as an adult haven't happened yet. So when he learns it as an adult, he's automatically going to go back as a kid and play the song, which is why the guy knows it in the future. Does that make sense?—Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs)