isnt it ironic that its said to be the evilest item in hyrule yet it hasnt appeard in Hyrule yet. OniDark Link 00:49, November 21, 2009 (UTC)
Hmm...This page is kinda small, but if it were to be merged, this page should not be deleted. Rather, it should be redirected to the new home of the Rupoor article so that anyone who searches "Rupoor" will end up there and at the particular section on rupoors. However, I personally think it should be kept encyclopedic, with each item on its own page, no matter how small.
Also, could we possibly get the exact location of that rupoor maze? I've never found it in PH, but I googled it and found a little bit about the maze on something called Zelda Wiki. I wasn't entirely sure it was true, but they had a screenshot of it, so I guess it is. Does anyone know where to find it so we can add it to the article?Draconicus (talk) 00:52, January 6, 2010 (UTC)
Xykeb Zraliv– 7. And the King took the vestments of the Prince and gave them to the Man of Purity, and the Man of Purity became the New Prince. TALK– it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
This definitely should not be on the Rupee page. It would be like merging all the Twilit articles with their corresponding 'light' enemy pages. Same concept but one is the opposite of the other and has an official name that distinguishes it from everything else. As for the Rupoor maze, it definitely exists (I remember going through it), but I can't remember where it is.
The rupoor maze is found in the cave on the isle of the dead. use the shovel and the place where you can't dig is where you should bomb.
As many people have probably noticed by now something very similar identical to Rupoors appear in Four Swords. Black Rupees that drain rupees. I don't know if they are officially called Rupoors though and do not know if they appeared in the original version or were introduced in the remake. Either way they should get a section on this page OniDark Link 09:51, October 22, 2011 (UTC)
I was going to create an article for the FS items just now under the name "Black Rupee" (as used here) but is this an actually confirmed name? If not, it may just as well be added to this article instead. --AuronKaizer! 00:27, November 24, 2011 (UTC)
I managed to find a proper Four Swords text dump (finnally)
Which makes no mention of black rupees (or rupee draining rupees at all). I'm not sure if an offial guide fo Four Swords exsists, I have doubts oweing to the random nature of the levels. Some kind of pre release advertising or magazine may refer to them as Black Rupees (as that would be a logical thing to call them with out a proper name) however there is no apparent source I can find refering to them as Black Rupees. Given their identical function I think it best to give them a section here at least until an alternative name is found. OniDark Link 15:52, November 25, 2011 (UTC)