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WoomyNNYes

@baongng I struggled with Thunderblight Ganon and ended up youtub-ing the battle, which is what you're trying to avoid, because you want to minimize spoilers I can say, later in the battle, when the big pink steaks land in the ground, you can use magnesis to pick one up and hit ganon with it. I remember it was a frantic battle, with how Thunderblight Ganon can zip around. But, it's been too long for me to remember other more detail regarding how I got through it.

(edit: @iKhan funny below 🤪)

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big pink steaks

Sounds delicious

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It's so hard to defeat him, should've collected more swords though now I'm stuck and I don't wanna go back and start this round all over:((@jump

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Slowdive

I've been a staunch critic of the game before, but have to admit that after selling the game there's a certain regret doing so. The game did have certain places and moments, that after two years of not playing it stuck with me ever since. That is the sign of a solid game I think. Not my favorite Zelda game, but it is a great game in its own right I think. So, bought the game again.

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I never held this game in as high regard as some people did (it's probably my 3rd or 4th favourite Zelda) but I really can't imagine ever selling it. It's so infinitely replayable. It's the sort of game I'd come back to every year or so.

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On one hand once you've done all of the shrines there's not much else to do as so much of the appeal of the game is discovering stuff which isn't as enjoyable on the second/third/whatever time but on the other I'd love to boast about having 100% of the The Korok Seeds which seems like an impossible and pointless goal.

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Master mode makes for a very new experience as well, especially in the first half of the game where you have to get really creative in order to defeat enemies.

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Reprise

I still think it's my favourite Zelda game and one of my favourite games of all time. I'm replaying it again from scratch again and I'm having a blast rediscovering everything again.

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gcunit

I've been playing this some more this week. Beat it a long time ago now but still haven't found all the shrines/shrine quests, and only done about 40 of the 90 side quests. And still never started the DLC add-on stuff.

I was playing it with VR goggles the other day, for the first time in a while. I heard an eagle cry, and the ability to just be able to arch my neck to watch this eagle swooping round above my head was a true delight. Never mind that you can barely tell it's an eagle visually, or that its behaviours in flight are fairly limited, it was so immersive.

The apparent ease with which Nintendo was able to make most of this game VR compatible gets me so excited for a future version capable of 1080p in each eye.

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rallydefault

I've done all the DLC, all the shrines, tons of the Korok Seeds (but no desire to get them all), most of the outfits.

Went back a couple months ago to start fresh on a Master playthrough, but just kinda petered out after the Zora area. Just wasn't feeling it. The difficulty was fine, it was good having to plan encounters and stuff, but honestly I just wasn't motivated to do it all again. Strange for me because I LOVE replaying literally any other Zelda game. BotW is just so massive it's... exhausting, to be honest, which is what makes it such an epic adventure the first time through but a chore subsequent times in my eyes.

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WoomyNNYes

@rallydefault did you beat all trial of the sword? I never beat the last part. Just curious.

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@WoomyNNYes
Honestly, I can't remember lol I should go back and check.

I want to say I got to that last room with the guardians up on the towers and stuff and didn't make it through there.

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WoomyNNYes

@rallydefault No need to check. That sounds like a homework assignment. If you don't know off the top of your head, that's fine

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SortingHat

A little something I discovered regarding SFX. The noise Link's remote bombs make when pulling them out is ALSO the same noise used when summoning a Zoombini from a cave when you have your traits ready (or you choose random) and he or she comes out of that cave at the beginning of making a new crew of 16.

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SortingHat

What would it be like if we had a shrine in complete darkness where you had to guess your way thru and then another darkness shrine you had to 'fight' your way thru a room full of guardians that you can only see when their eyes light up?

Or how about a Shrine with a Lynel army to content with but your given very powerful weapons?

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WoomyNNYes

@SortingHat Oof, that shrine challenge on the western end of Lost Woods island, man, I dread that darkness shrine challenge. haha. Did you get the BOTW DLC? Champions Ballad? Just chekcing. It's a good chunk of game, I thought.

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Dezzy

How many people agree with me that the Trial of the Sword DLC was actually better than the Champions Ballad?

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WoomyNNYes

@Dezzy I never could beat the third part of Trial of the Sword. Therefore, Champions Ballad is superior. 🤪 I'm just playing. I never wondered which was better. I was so glad there was more content, and I liked them both in their own way. Did you beat the final part of Trial of the Sword and maximize your sword power?

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@WoomyNNYes

Yeah I beat all parts. The third section did get pretty damn tough on some of the levels. You needed to find ancient arrows to 1-shot some of the lynels, or it'd just be too hard.

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