Although not the most popular episode when it was first released, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is an amazing game in many ways though. Whether it’s his story or his universe, there is still a certain game left in this series. So much so that there are some secrets that are never even known to fans. Which is better than choosing the best of them.
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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward swords are crystals of gratitude similar to the crystals in the Super Mario galaxy. They are actually items based on conepito, a Japanese candy. It is a very authentic candy in Japan and is used on a variety of occasions.
It’s so cute, it’s so cute
For lovers of beautiful little critters, you can find the Skyloft, near the statue of the goddess, filled with Remlitz. Adorable animals are cat shaped. To get there, you need to get a grip first. Then you will be free to run after them and hug them as you wish.
May be a distant relative
One of the merchants found on Skyloft and known as Rupin has the same physical characteristics as the mask seller in the mask of Ocarina of Time and Mazora. Their facial expressions are similar and both have a store. No confirmation has been made, but fans have long speculated that Rupine is the ancestor of the mask seller.
When you meet Bathrooks on Skyloft, you can go and chat with the little cook, who will tell you in English: “It’s dangerous to go out alone”. This is a reference to the Old Man’s iconic phrase in the Legend of Zelda on the NES, which gives us a sword, saying, “It is dangerous to go it alone. “.
Like in the movie
As surprising as it may seem, you can see the reference to the Titanic movie in Skyward Sword. In the ‘Skippers Retreat’ where Captain Skipper lived for a few years, one can be seen in the background painting two robots in front of a boat, with the two of them taking each other in their arms. It directly refers to the iconic scene of Jack and Rose in the movie Titanic.