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I beg your pardon, but "Unifying War" is also a fanon name, and thus neither is more correct than the other. In the absence of a formal title, either should suffice until an official one is name. Having "a" name is better than having "no" name.

Whoa! Dude, that is one heck of an update to the Medli page. Excellent work. Wonderfully written article. Ando 07:43, 20 January 2008 (EST)

Have you read the manga for Link's Awakening? If you haven't, I have a recount of it on my user page. --Yuvorias, 19:08, 31 May 2008 (EST)

Its been bugging me

I am sorry if this sounds really rude but when I read some of your comments or replies on the discussion boards (not all of them) I feel like they are doing more damage then help. I noticed in the Rito Discussion you said that the Zelda world is fictitious. Though you could deny almost anything you want with that comment.

But I just mainly think that people shouldn't enter a discussion group that way...its like when people who dont believe there is any timeline and they just comes into the room talking about the timeline and says its nonexistent...its not helping the problem at all. Also it may cause unnecessary arguments.

I know that I can't tell you to not write something just cuz I don't believe it to be true, but just how and where you write it makes the discussion board flow better.

Again I know it may sound rude but I just notice how long and sometimes really dumb (not yours) the arguments are and it bugs me to see people struggling with something that should be really obvious and to the point.

Sorry if I offended you I just needed to let you know what I thought. --Remo 17:13, 8 May 2008 (UTC)

I think its you

Hey did you ever post a Fado picture on ZW? Get back to me plz --Bubbles96 18:48, 21 July 2008 (UTC)

Welcome Back

You don't know me, I joined after you left way back. But since no one else has said it, I figured I'd welcome you back. A lot has changed in the last year and a half, too much to list. Biggest being more staff on hand so vandalism will be dealt with more quickly than in the past. Voting for featured content has also drastically changed. Hardly any of the older members are still around. But Adam still hovers here and there. 18:27, July 20, 2009 (UTC)

Thanks! This gesture and the update are much appreciated. IfIHaveTo 18:39, 20 July 2009 (UTC)

Well here I am, hovering ;) A hearty welcome back from me as well, it's good to see such a valuable contributor return! Also, I just wanted to check what your reasoning was for suggesting those various talk page redirects for deletion? They're fairly useless, but also don't really do any harm as far as I can tell... 18:48, 21 July 2009 (UTC)

Thank you too. :) You bullseyed the exact reason why I marked them for deletion: those pages are useless. While I stopped contributing here, I didn't stop working on wiki's in general and one experience was that you need to keep things clean. Get rid of what you don't use and certainly of leftovers from other things you thought worthy of deleting. Otherwise, before you know it you have more junk-pages than intentional pages. Sure, they are harmless, but whý would you keep something you don't need/want/care for and let it eat up space? IfIHaveTo 20:15, 21 July 2009 (UTC)

Not that I'm trying to discuss the matter here, I know we have the Hyrule Castle page for such, but since it's going on here; I agree with IfIHaveTo. I was told not to delete them, but it seems silly to keep talk pages on redirects. True they are probably harmless, but the wiki functions like a haunted house for me anyway. Should be better to get rid of the pesty things :p

Anyway, welcome back, I don't know you either but I've seen your name in several talk pages and some of the better page histories. 22:55, 21 July 2009 (UTC)

And thank you too, both for the welcome and the support. IfIHaveTo 13:27, 22 July 2009 (UTC)

Hey there and welcome back :) I was wondering if you would like to join a Zelda Wiki chat on Skype? 00:41, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
Skype is also text chats too, by the way ;P

Images

I noticed the images you recently uploaded, and I wanted to let you know that we'd prefer that screenshots like those, were uploaded in jpg format. Jpgs take up less file space, using less bandwidth, which helps keep the wiki running at usuable speed. 17:03, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
Sorry for that then. Should I reupload them as JPGs and get the others delete?IfIHaveTo 18:25, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
Yes, and I can delete those once they're all up. 18:32, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
Done. Delete the old ones.IfIHaveTo 20:06, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

New TRR Info

Hello there, fellow TRR buddy. I think you might be interested in what I just discovered, and still am. Yesterday, I was messing around with TRR, and happened to find the "debug" menu. I've found everything from characters who aren't in the game, to sprite panels, to mini-games that didn't make it to the final. I'm currently trying to get it set up so I can do this on my emulator. Anyway, if you have any idea as to how some of this information could be placed on the Wiki, let me know. I was thing the hacks page in TRR? Alter  {T C B H } 17:52, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

That is awesome! How did you do it? I can't quite advice on the proper location of the info if I don't know what it is, so I'm really looking forward to hear about what exactly you all found. IfIHaveTo 14:33, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
Well, there's so much stuff, I've barely even touched it. Basically, I was able to access the menu in-game through Action Replay. If you press L+R, you'll bring up the menu. There are three pages, each with 90 buttons (numbered). When you press those, it will take you to a place in the game, with a certain number of rupees. Most of these are normal areas in the game, but others will take you straight to boss fights, cutscenes, secret areas that aren't in the game, or strange other things.
For instance, one of them places you next to Teddy Todo, and when you speak to him, it shows you a 3D animation of what looks like a removed mini-game. Another one resets the game, and shows an alternate Nintendo copyright screen. A couple of them put you in the rafters/roof of houses or dungeons, too. I've also seen a few sprites that I don't recognize from the "real" game.
For now, I've been going through these options, and labeling them in Word. I've done about half of them so far. Also, if you start pressing other buttons while on the "number select screen", it will take you to what I believe is a complex sound test. Unfortunately, everything is in Japanese, although it's an English copy. It will take a lot of messing around to figure it out.
Finally, I've only been able to access this menu on my flash card, and my L button is broken on my DS lite, so I have to use OLD NDS. *gasps* I'm currently trying to figure out how to get the cheat file on my emulator, so I can get good screenshots, and direct people to it. I'll plet you know if anything else arises. Alter  {T C B H } 18:46, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

Back again?

So I see you've returned once more! Good to know a valued editor is back. Like Matt before me, you don't know me, and I don't know you. All I know is that you're a great editor from the stories I've heard. There's been even more changes since you've been gone, so feel free to ask around if you need to know about them. By the by, I'm Justin, a patroller of the wiki and the owner of Lylat Wiki. I've seen your name around, and I've always wanted to meet you. Guess I got lucky, eh? :P 16:18, 29 August 2010 (EDT)

I'm glad to hear of my apparent legacy. :D But like before... I can't make any promisese. Right now I'm replaying some games I either never finished (one day I'll get you ALTTP Ganon!) or never finished on 100% (I'm gonna hate aiming for the Gold Scale), and have some inspiration from them. But time might not be on my side and all, so I can't promis I'll stay. IfIHaveTo 16:51, 30 August 2010 (EDT)