Naming the three dragons with the designation "skyward sword" does not seem accurate because they aren't the Skyward Sword... we should name them Faron (Dragon) and et cetera...
I believe that there is a pattern in the boss battle game he does. You choose an enemy, then he chooses Ghirahim's first form, then Scaldera, than Koloktos, then I don't know. Has anyone else noticed this? Foxdude54 12:29, 15 January 2012 (EST)
While he is in a skeletal state when you first find him, his eyes are still glowing, indicating he still has some undeath. I don't think that he can really be considered dead, and at the least, the trivia shouldn't be worded to imply he's lying.KrytenKoro 20:51, 28 January 2012 (EST)
Forest, Fire, Water Spirits?
The Forest, Fire, and Water Temples from OoT specifically mention that they were built to worship the forest, fire, and water spirits; the Temple of Light and Temple of Time are instead said to have been built to protect the Triforce, the Shadow Temple is a place to worship the dead, and the Spirit Temple is presumably to worship the sand goddess whose statues fill it. But the Fire, Forest, and Water Temples are set aside, united in purpose and different from the others.
The Forest and Fire Temples don't contain any major iconography, beyond portraits (almost like a museum, strange...) and tribal face designs. But the Water Temple is filled to the brim with dragon designs. Considering that SS is chock-full of references and retcons, and that they even provide a background for Sheik's harp as the Goddess's Harp, I (now) think it's pretty likely that the three dragons are meant to fill the gaps of these Spirits. Eldin - Fire, Faron - Forest, and Lanayru - Water (considering the Lanaryu Desert used to be an ocean). Faron and Lanayru may be switched, possibly, considering the geographic location of the Water Temple and the Ancient Cistern.
(Fair note, I also think it's possible they are instead just meant to worship the Great Deku Tree, Volvagia, and Jabu-Jabu, considering that TWW sets their descendants up as the Earth, Sea, and Sky Spirits, and each of those spirits suffers after followers were removed from the temples (or comes back to life when they are forcibly returned) -- a good thing, actually, in Volvagia's case, considering it seems to act like an Aztec or similar god demanding sacrifice of the citizens.)KrytenKoro (talk) 00:42, 22 January 2014 (UTC)