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Wind Waker, flowerpots, and flowers

Discussion in 'Nintendo Forums' started by rhoamish, May 22, 2003.

  1. rhoamish

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    I'm really enjoying Zelda, but one of the tasks seems a bit odd/dull/lengthy. I get the impression I need to plant lots of flowers all over Windfall Island, and a couple of other places.

    That's going to take forever! There's pots everywhere! Has anyone bothered? Is it worth doing?
     
  2. Big Jim

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    If I remember correctly, you only have to do 14. Use anything bought from Zunari (eskimo shopkeeper) - I just went for the 10 rupee flowers, then talk to the guy sitting on the bench in the middle of town and he will give you a heart piece!

    hth
     
  3. James45

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    have you got to the Nintendo Gallery near Forest Haven yet? I idea there is to take pictures of everyone (132 characters) in the game three at a time, return to the gallery and get figurines carved of your pictures at the rate of one a day (by conducting two songs of passing each time!!) I got up to 55 figurines over about three (real) days and then gave up and clocked the game instead. Now that is a lengthy side quest.

    Didn't bother buying all the plants and statues either.
     
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    I took one look at the number of podiums in the gallery and thought "hmm, it would appear that I'm not a dedicated gamer".

    I certainly won't be messing about with the gallery any further! It looked like to big a task to me, and I've got a dog that needs walking.

    I finished the game last night, by the way! I must say it's the most impressive, satisfying game I've ever set eyes on. I can't recommend it enough.

    I put 'Ocarina of Time' on afterwards, and it struck me that games haven't moved on that much, but playability has. Ocarine felt awful by comparison, although I loved it when it came out originally on the N64.
     
  5. James45

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    It's

    132 photos to take
    44 trips to and from the gallery
    132 game days (at least)
    264 plays of the song of passing

    crazy sub quest, I wonder if you play through again whether any of your statuetes in the first game remain there. I will give Ocarina of Time a go soon, as I've run out of new games.
     
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    I finished TWW last night :) Absolutely stunning ending for those who are still playing it. Warning: the penultimate boss is a real pain in the arse. It took me about 15 minutes to beat...


    Fantastic game though - one of the best 3 games I've ever played IMHO
     

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