It's probably wrong, because Maggie is not blonde.
That may be true, but it's also true that she and a Moblin shared a romance, something that is not true for Millie.
If the line about the blonde hair is the actual line from the Japanese, it might have been edited by NoA because of this "inconsistency," however.
I think we can safely the say the concept of long ears was developed before the existence/decline of the Hylian race. This means that developers now will be more considerate of the long ears than the developers did with games prior to OoT.
The only game that extensively shows and/or references non-Hylian humans is TP.
That's very interesting because it shows a stretch of mountains behind Mount Crenel, which at least disproves the idea that Hyrule was an island expanding after the Great Flood.
No it doesn't, as most people who assert that Hyrule was an expansion of many of the islands of the Great Sea also say that there are more mountains in the Mt. Crenel/Death Mountain range. Myself in particular, as this is apparent from the LoZ/AoL map as well.
Yes, especially when they aren't visible on most NPCs. How is that as deliberate as having them stick through hair and making sure they can be seen on every person?
They aren't visible on many NPCs in AoL, either, so this is really a moot point.
You were already proven wrong about Shad's line (by someone who translated it in the Japanese version!), not even responding to that.
No, I really wasn't. They're still referenced exclusively in past tense.
I'm pretty sure Jumbie was the one who said that, somewhere in the translation topic. It's something about a family of knights, it's the same in FSA and ALttP's manual, but I think different in ALttP itself or something (not sure if that's always the case).
I think it's the other way around, actually: "family of knights" definitely appears in the Japanese translation guide for ALttP.
To CID: the Swiftblades look like the Hero of Men from TMC, and also pass down the hero's sword techniques.
Edited by LionHarted, 28 March 2008 - 07:56 AM.