Once again, I'm not saying the Kokiri can't turn invisible--I'm saying they were granted the ability for graphics reasons, and it was subsequently used as a story-telling tool.
And invisibility is not a sign of not being incoporeal. Lots of very solid objects in Zelda can be invisible, and not just living things. Remember all those platforms you can only see with the Lens of Truth?
The're forest spirits
. Their bodies are corporeal, but the're still effing magical beings. And faries are not ethereal, BTW. For one, Navi hits her head on a fence in the opening cutscene, not to mention all the fairy interaction in MM.
That's not a storyline factor. That's, again, a graphical factor.
That's, again, bullshit. I.e. you made it up.
Unless you see it actually referenced in-game, any storyline relevance you place on little meaningless things such as this are your own emphasis.
Oh, so now you get to deside what is canon?
The exit to the forest is on a bridge. They could have had her hide, but that'd be impossible to pull off due to the graphical and environmental limitations.
Way to ignore what I said.
And the HMS thing I'm talking about happens during a cutscene.
That's because he DOES dissapear that way. He teleports. And don't tell me that's impossible because loads of characters do it.
Edited by Hero of Legend, 15 November 2006 - 12:45 PM.