Ever since I started exploring this site I've been thinking about getting a Gamecube and The Wind Waker (the newest system I own is a N64). I was at my brother's place today and played the Wind Waker on his Wii (gotta love how one can play Gamecube games on the Wii) and loved it! Sometime after Christmas I plan to go out and get myself a Gamecube and The WInd Waker for it.
Shorty1982 (talk) 01:47, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
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I had TWW, but the friend who loaned it to me took it back several months ago. I checked on Amazon to see the going rate about a week ago and it was 100+ dollars. It stinks I know
$100?!?! Holy cow! I was hoping to pick it up cheap from one of the used game stores around.Shorty1982 (talk) 02:12, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
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I just checked Gamestop.com and they are selling it used for $18.
I just did the same thing and was about to post it. When I hit "Edit" I saw your response. I have no problem with buying used video games and systems, especially when it is an older system like the Gamecube.Shorty1982 (talk) 02:12, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
As long as it works I don't care if it's used. $30.00 for a Gamecube and $18.00 for the game,can't pass up a deal like that. Your edit got blocked twice as I was editing the page, I noticed I typoed the title and to remove the "Welcome" block at the top.Shorty1982 (talk) 02:12, December 24, 2009 (UTC)
Well, I bought a Gamecube and Wind Waker earlier. I've made it as far as Link getting the Hero's Clothes so far. Having fun so far. Shorty1982 (talk) 17:37, December 27, 2009 (UTC)
Most of my systems (except for my SP which my dad lost) were new. The SP I got from a friend who had 2 (IDK why...) and gave it to me for a Mario GBA game that came in a DS I got for free (short version of the story: I used to go to summer camp, it was in the Lost-And-Found, I was great friends with the guy who ran the camp, he gave it to me since nobody claimed it by the end of camp... However, my dad lost the good DS I bought and I'm left with one without a working mic, but I got a headset for $2.99 as GameStop). Partly because my family can, but mostly because my b-day and Christmas are at opposite times of the year and not many systems are brand new and sold back in 6 months. Not many at least. But on the Wii, I HATE how the GC ActionReplay doesn't work... If it did, I'd use the "Bombs don't have timers" and "Lay infinite bombs" cheats on. On Outset, start making a bomb train from around your house and let it lead to the top of the island. It's fun (so I've seen, never actually tried) and can be cool to see a minefield (if you place bomb after bomb after bomb) in a square grid and watch them ALL EXPLODE! MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA *ehrm* Now I gotta try it myself :P
I have gotten it, and even used it to buy train parts.. so even if YOU can't find it in game, I'm sure you will see it on the list of train part requirements, I "believe" that I used it to buy the golden train engine with it (or something else gold), also the picture for the alchemy stone has been deleted... 22.214.171.124 01:37, December 25, 2009 (UTC)
The talk page for Treasures is a better place for this. I personally have never played the game and revert the edits because every other time someone put the Alchemy Stone on there it's been removed. Provide some proof on the talk page and I'm sure I and the other editors will stop reverting the article. Shorty1982 (talk) 01:45, December 25, 2009 (UTC)
Well, calling him a "captain" isn't going too far, considering Captain Keeta was called "Skull Keeta" or just plain "Keeta" (some even disrespectfully "that big annoying skeleton") by a lot of people I know/talked to that have played Majora's Mask. Also, in Ocarina of Time, if you have the "infinite night" cheat on, after killing 10 big Stalchilds, a big one appears, and if you want, kill 10 of those (100 skeleton heads on the wall, 100 skeleton heads... Take one down, pass it around, 99 skeleton heads on the wall) to have a freaking massively colossal stalchild appear (but who wants to kill 1000 stalchildren just to make money you can get by hacking again), and they are just the same anonymous stalchildren, no matter how big.
And also, it was just a possibility, it could have been a demon commander (higher then captain) when it was in the flesh. And damn it, why does almost every contribution I have for a Wikia page get undone? I only edit on games I have with things that either happened or are very plausible (when nothing is 100% certain).
Pgans12 21:13, January 27, 2010 (UTC)
On here you've made two contributions and, yes, both were undone. The Spirit Tracks one as they are not the same Link and the way you worded it made it sound like you were talking about the same Link. The second because mainly because I've never heard of "Captain" being shortened to "Cap" in a name. It is 100% pure speculation to guess at its rank in flesh.
Captain Keeta is the official name of Skull Keeta and he gives Link the Captain's Hat, further proving he is a captain. What people call something has nothing to do with the etymology section, which has to do with where a name comes from. What in blue blazes does the Stalchild cheat from OoT have to do with this? Not a thing. -Shorty1982 (talk) 21:33, January 27, 2010 (UTC)
Not just here, on Wikitroid, too. And it is 100 years later, as seen by Niko and a few other sources. And "Capt." is the abbreviation for "captain" (cap'n is used a few times to mean the same thing), everyone that knows about military ranks should know that much. The stalchild cheat has to do with it because it is possible to get one larger then any enemy (especially Skull Keeta and even Twinmold) and other then its health, it is the same name as a normal. And on that note, I think I'll just stick to Neoseeker's wiki pages. The community there is better for me to be. Pgans12 13:43, January 28, 2010 (UTC)
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Just so you know, that was correct on the Bipin page. The Oracle games have a Linked game option where you can play them back-to-back.
Only offering grammar changes, as the sentence somehow doesn't work as is. I'm not going to get into arguments with people over how to improve grammar, so I'll let that part of the page go. (VicGeorge2K9 (talk) 02:47, February 14, 2010 (UTC))
Sorry, I didn't realize what you meant until I happened to see the link to Dragon Roost Cavern... My apologies for that...
Also, congrats on (almost) 1K edits.
No need to apologize. You made a simple mistake, that's all. You didn't realize that there already was a link farther up to Dragon Roost Cavern so you linked to it. Thanks. -Shorty1982 (talk) 23:05, March 5, 2010 (UTC)
Just saw where you undid my revision. Now I see why you apologized. Always look to see why a revision might have been undone or something deleted before replacing it. That's why I nearly always put in an edit summary when I remove something, that way others know why. As you hopefully figured out, when I say "Already linked" I mean that I removed the link because a link to that article already exists farther up the page. I don't remove links for the hell of it. -Shorty1982 (talk) 23:11, March 5, 2010 (UTC)
Wow. Never even noticed. I don't keep track of my edit count. Y'know, I never even noticed the huge edit count number on the top right of My Home and Talk page until I started typing this message. Thanks! -Shorty1982 (talk) 23:22, March 5, 2010 (UTC)
What is the name of those orb-things dropped by certain (most often large) enemies after you kill them called? I've gotten Moblins, Darknuts, Morths/Morthulas, and Dark 'Chus drop them and give you much more spoils then just a normal kill. I've gotten many red and green jellies from killing a Dark ChuChu once after it dropped the orb.
Anyway, thats why I put the "and/or" under spoils for the Dark ChuChu. I think a Sea Peahat (or whatever those dumb flying/swimming things with helicopter leaves on their heads) drop them too. ~Pgans 01:41, March 6, 2010 (UTC)
How should I know? I know what you're talking about but no idea what-so-ever as to what they are called. -Shorty1982 (talk) 01:54, March 6, 2010 (UTC)
I thought I should tell you that your request for rollback has failed. But, please do not let this deter you from editing, and use what comment's where given too you on how to improve your editing capabilities. See what I think you should do is wait until early April and edit several pages every day. You just need to contribute more activitley. I feel that you are a very solid user that just has too wait a little while longer.
I realize Wikia is not the most important thing and people have real lives. However, I have noticed recently you have slowed to a halt in editing. If this does by chance have anything to do with your RFR, I hope it has not discouraged you from editing. You are a valued member of our community and are certainly on track to promotion if you return soon.
My lack of editing has nothing to do with my RFR. I've been very busy with work and all lately. I'll try to get back on here sometime soon. Thanks for your concern. -Shorty1982 (talk) 01:06, April 5, 2010 (UTC)