In the second quest, dungeons change their shape, and their name's change with them. In the first quest it's shaped like a snake, and it's named Snake Labyrinth. In the second quest it's shaped like a "D" (the first five are Z, E, L, D, A), so everyone (I've heard) call it the D Dungeon or D labyrinth. Since the two dungeons are designed completely different, it would make more sense to at least have a different article name for it, such as "Snake Labyrinth (Second Quest)". Snake map, D map
So basically what I'm asking is, why change "D Dungeon" to "Snake Dungeon"? --Douken 20:28, 8 May 2008 (UTC)
- Okay, to me this is a bigger issue. It's also kind of a repeat of the Oracles issue. LoZ is hard. It's tough to complete, which is required in order to get to the Second Quest. So very few people will have played it, which is probably why it's not even mentioned on the game's page (compare to Wikipedia's page). So I guess what we really need is more info, and yeah probably either new pages for the 2nd quest dungeons, or at least extra sections on the original pages. --Adam 20:49, 8 May 2008 (UTC)
- Hm, true. I haven't paid much attention to them, but practically every article pertaining only to the NES Zeldas seems to be a stub or inadequate in some other way... I've beaten LoZ once or twice, but I never got far in the second quest. Maybe this (or some of this) should be added to Castle Town?
- ...Aaand... I'm still wondering if it should be Snake Dungeon. --Douken 20:58, 8 May 2008 (UTC)
- "It's tough to complete, which is required in order to get to the Second Quest." This statement is false. You can also access the second quest by naming your file Zelda. That trick came in handy when my file got corrupted on the start of the second quest and it wouldn't register that I was collecting rupees. Triforce (T C) 22:55, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
Honestly, I'm surprised this hasn't been done yet. I suggest Magic Rod be merged to Fire Rod, for obvious reasons, and that the Book of Magic section be merged with Magic Book. The latter don't function the same, but they're pretty much very similar. -The Goron Moron (talk) 02:11, 21 December 2014 (UTC)