PWC- Lego Legend of Zelda~aTT Peg 4





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Published on Oct 4, 2008

This is the fourth episode (4/8) of the first half of this series. Please notice that this IS the first lego animation movie I've ever made.
You would watch these videos (1-8) because you want to hear another creative zelda plot-line.
You watch the eighth (8th) episode to see both plot AND decent stopmotion animation.

So please don't comment on how bad the quality is: I KNOW!!

Plot not make sense? See this link for all explanations:

(Explanation copied from given link)
In this forth Peg, we start off with Link finishing the last parts of the first dungeon, Stone Palace. After figuring out how to defeat a stone monster using his bow, he goes to open the boss room with the big key. The scene right before the boss was done particularly badly, but it was supposed to be like a long bridge with a sort of key switch at the end (opened by an arrow). The boss battle is pretty straight forward. A stone monster (lamely named Rock-Eye) make earthquakes which causes a rift in the battle room, chucks great stone rocks, and rises up more stone monsters from the lava pit. After being defeated, the monster produces a chest and a heart. The chest has the first of (3? :-] ) pieces of the sacred, copied map. Oh boy! Link, after 3 and a half episodes, he finally gets another heart. Next, I have done another stylistic field travel scene. Link then comes to a bridge where he meets some independent bandits. They seal off his exit to the Eastern half of Hyrule and forces Link to continue with collecting the rest of the map (Its like one of those game features that keep you on task). Soon, he arrives in the Stone Wall village, a small fishing town on the waterfront of Lake Hylia. The general overview of this town is that the bandits came through as described, and this time they completely destroyed the town, and most fled. First thing that happens, which is kind of important, Link meets the Farona Village fishermanbut, as said, he had to learn to rebuild his own house, and thus became a carpenter. Here, we later find he is creating a boat for one of the villagers that stayed (Captain Libcrecht) who is a strange, sarcastic seaman. Also, a small plot point is that the few villagers of the town think that everything that has happened is because of the Zoras. We find later the Zoras were ordered by the goddesses and the Royal Kingdom to guard something (of course, the piece of the map). This is explained more in the nest Peg (See Peg 4-5 description). We also find that the monster made by the Zoras was let loose and the captain wanted to go and slay it (with a shovel). But, his vessel was destroyed in the raid, and thus the carpenter is here building another. Zora Zoras


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