Xykeb Zraliv– 5. And the Prince touched the Child, and he was the Bridgekeeper, and his three aspects were granted power, so that his Soul would join with the Prince’s Soul in the wood of the Tree. TALK– it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
While we're on the subject, the same thing goes for Keese. Keese and Ache are not the same thing.
Xykeb Zraliv– 9. Came the reply, “Long ago, you were offered to fulfill the role of the Bridge, as a being of both Magick and Technology. You could have proven your commitment to your King. You could have chosen your Successor. But in your arrogance, you resisted and created the Child to become the Bridge in your stead.” TALK– it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts it hurts
Ganondorf doesn't appear in Link's Awakening (though the Nightmares do take his form, he does not physically appear in the game), Majora's Mask, The Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass, and maybe some other games I haven't played (as far as I know, he doesn't appear in Four Swords, but as I haven't played the game, I'm not totally sure). Also, I think that does indeed mean that there are no enemies that appear in every main game, though Stalfos, Keese, and Octorok appear in almost every game.
What XZ said there. Besides, Ganondorf doesn't qualify as an "enemy" in the classical sense; we're talking the little, common minions that appear in the games, not bosses.
When you think about it, could Link qualify as the ONLY thing that appears in every game?
There are skeletons in every gamae not always stalfos. hyrule 79
The official Nintendo Player's guide for Majora's Mask calls them "skeletal Stalfos knights" on page 134. Delsait (talk) 00:04, December 14, 2016 (UTC)
The game doesn't though. It's fine to mention that as a bit of extra information but as it's something from an external source, we can't categorize an article around it. While we're taling Stalfos, Stalfos Knights should also get its own unique page since they have a distinctly different name and attack pattern and even appear alongside regular Stalfos. OniDark Link 03:07, December 14, 2016 (UTC)
Ok, I'm fine with us counting the race Stalfos appearing, but not a generic enemy under the name Stalfos. Delsait (talk) 04:04, December 14, 2016 (UTC)
We don't categorise Stalfos as an individual race. That would be Stal (so we can include the obviously related things like Stalchildren and Stalkins) OniDark Link 07:55, December 14, 2016 (UTC)
Edit, at least that's what I thought we did but turns out we changed that years ago, and rightfully so sine as pointed out there's not much content to actually describe them as a race. OniDark Link 07:58, December 14, 2016 (UTC)
Can anyone confirm the cutting them in half in windwaker? I just tried it, after wacking it a bit with it's own club and all it did was to fall apart. Do you have to use the spin attack or something? If anyone can confirm it then good. If not I think it should be removed
The NES Stalfos don't show up correctly on a white background as they have no outline. The Minish Cap Four Swords one is a little off too. This problem happens with all white NES sprites. Is it ok if I go around giving them a different background color? Like this?: --Fierce Deku (talk) 05:36, December 3, 2010 (UTC)
If there was a way to get the gallery background like this:
it might be better than changing every image. The only problem with this is I can't figure out how to do that without a gallery so alignment wouldn't work out. I just don't think changing all these images is a good idea. I also have no idea how The Minish Cap image is a little off. There is a black outline around the entire sprite. --Birdman5589 (talk) 06:19, December 3, 2010 (UTC)
Oops, it's the Four Swords sprite that was odd. Just a couple pixels on the head that don't have an outline. Yeah, MC is fine. That background is a definite improvement but still kind of bright. If we figured out a way to do what you're saying, it would make all the inset, mid-article images on the wiki have that square and background? Is that what you mean? As far as changing every image, the majority of things effected by this would be NES sprites with white in them, so it wouldn't be all that difficult to sift through the Zelda and Zelda II lists, though that's still a sizable amount of images.--Fierce Deku (talk) 06:58, December 3, 2010 (UTC)