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Zelda Wiki talk:Trinity of Truth

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While reading this, It made me think of the three Deathly Hallows of Harry Potter... hmm... RupeeLord(EDN) 19:57, 7 November 2009 (UTC)

there's def some truth to this article, have a look at the stone of agony's section on the main series's site <http://www.zelda.com/universe/pedia/s.jsp>. Gerudosrhot 20:51, 7 November 2009 (UTC)
What is the conclusion of this article?what does it all mean i dont understand--T Locks was here-- 00:31, 11 November 2009 (UTC)
The conclusion is that the three Sheikah items, when used together provide the user with the ultimate perceptive power, akin to how the entire Triforce gives the holder ultimate worldly/godly power. The catch is that the Lens, the Mask, and the Stone mirror the trinity and teamwork of the Triforce while being man-made items. Hope that helps =) User:Cipriano 119/sig 21:51, 11 November 2009 (UTC)

While I don't think its affects this article validity, I have to point out the obvious: I'm pretty sure by the "Three Features", the game's writers are referring to the three adjectives in the preceding sentence: "Dark, narrow, scary!". Just a bit of humor by a Kakariko villager, perhaps, or maybe something more like this article theorizes... - LouieGeetoo 00:34, 27 April 2011 (EDT)

In a certain way, the "dark, narrow, scary" might refer to the items as well. The Mask of Truth is said to be "frightful", thus scary. The Lens of Truth guides the user through dark places (such as the Well and Shadow Temple); finally, the Stone of Agony uncovers narrow secrets (grottos). I may be overthinking, but hey, it's not unlikely. --K2L (Interrogatory) 00:52, 27 April 2011 (EDT)
Obvious observation is quite obvious! No doubt the sign is referring to the three adjectives in the slogan, but what fun is in that? Thanks for reading. :) — ciprianotalk 10:38, 27 April 2011 (EDT)
It doesn't affect the validity of the main point, but it does affect the validity of the theory presented here that the items were all at the bottom of the well. The sign lists the three features plainly, so there's no reason to question what they are. The word "features" doesn't really support the theory as it wouldn't be used to refer to items that are kept within the well. It's still entirely possible that the items would have been in the well at some point, but the sign isn't the evidence that points to that conclusion. - Haircut74 18:23, 11 December 2011 (EST)


What a twist!

Will you consider revising this article or possibly writing a new one to consider The Shard of Agony as a Sheikah relic? Zelda4life 21:46, 18 May 2011 (EDT)

I would definitely be interested in adding a bit to this article about the Shard of Agony, however, before that happens, I want to be completely sure of its relevance, use, and significance in Ocarina of Time 3D. :) — ciprianotalk 22:35, 18 May 2011 (EDT)