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Link is Real

Although I understand why you'd think that, there is a section of the page that reads "The Owl mentions that at first he did not believe that Link was real, suggesting that he believed that Link was actually a part of the dream world, as Koholint Island is a mere illusion dreamed up by the sleeping Wind Fish.", but what I gathered from the Owl saying "I have to admit, at first I did not think you were real" he meant that he didn't think Link was capable of defeating the Nightmares. Thoughts? ZENOX T C 11:22, 12 February 2011 (EST)

Considering everything in the game save for Link is a figment of the Wind Fish's mind, it would make the most sense for the Owl to mean his comment in the way you see it, Zenox. Philosophically, the Owl would not know that Link is not from the "dream" as it is the Owl's only "reality", especially since Link cannot speak and tell him otherwise. Either way it's speculation, so it should go under the appropriate subsection in the article. User:Cipriano/sig 00:12, 13 February 2011 (EST)