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Hello! I noticed you've been making a lot of edits to the same page over a short time. Doing this clutters the Recent Changes and the page histories, and makes patrolling more difficult for the Zelda Wiki staff. So instead of saving a lot, use the "show preview" button next to the "save page" button. It'll allow you to view your edit for any mistakes so you don't have to make a lot of fixing edits or additional ones! :) - Midoro (T C) 16:49, 31 October 2015 (UTC)
The Hammer in TFH is only called "Magic Hammer" when it is upgraded while wearing the outfit. The normal hammer is just called Hammer. The sentence "Makes the Hammer twice as powerful" is correct, because the outfit is strengthing the normal hammer.
- Ah, I didn't change it because I simply "disagreed", I changed it because it was incorrect. I checked the text in my own game before making the edit, both with and without the Hammerwear on, as well as on the item list before selecting a level. Unless your copy of the game isn't the US version, it reads "Magic Hammer", and I can show you an image if you'd like. Kirpow (talk) 23:28, 31 October 2015 (UTC)
- Here you are.
Just to clarify something, the Links, as a group, does exist as their own page. The Link page would refer to the singular hero. So when referring to the group of heroes in TFH, linking to the Links page would be correct. - Midoro (T C) 17:20, 2 November 2015 (UTC)