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Submitted by Pozzle 936d ago | opinion piece

Favorite Zelda Moments: Fi’s Farewell

ZD writes: This moment brought me to tears. I know that Fi had terrible character development throughout Skyward Sword. Her emotional attachment to Link was never really hinted at or shown. While it makes sense that it would have, to some degree, come out of nowhere, I don’t think it was handled that well in Skyward Sword’s plot. I did appreciate that they tried to make her an active participant in the adventure like Midna was, but the end result was her mostly just giving unneeded advice at annoying times. It was admirable, but poorly executed.

But all of that stopped mattering to me during this scene. (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Wii)

claud3  +   936d ago
fi was a great character and i moment is

when i beat the water temple

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