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Its at 260 px now. Do you want it shrunk more? --TheWallflower 09:43, 19 September 2007 (EDT)
- My fault, I should have posted a reply. I already shrunk it from full size to 260px a while back :) --Adam 14:00, 19 September 2007 (EDT)
Shouldn't a mace be added for multiple times within the Twilight princess, and yes there is a mighty darknut at the bottom of the cave of ordeals.
By effective weapons it means that these are weapons that are effective at helping one defeat that certain enemy, not what weapons that enemy uses effectively.--Green 01:03, 7 January 2008 (EST)
- Aye, 'tis. "Said attack" refers to the Great Spin. So if you charge it, they'll be like "I don't think so, punk" and use it themselves. —Ando (talk) 02:34, 1 July 2008 (UTC)
- Thank you very much. Master Storm 02:39, 1 July 2008 (UTC)
Since this question falls into the same category I'll put it here, rather than start an new topic:
- "where Bellum takes control of Linebeck, has a very striking resemblance to the Darknuts in other games, mostly to those in Twilight Princess."
Is that supposed to be Windwaker? The twilight princess darknuts don't really look all that similar to Bellum's final form. The winwaker ones IMHO are closer, but the phantoms could go either way. Just checking that it isn't a typo. Technically its subjective anyway...--Magnus orion 02:51, 10 July 2008 (UTC)
Was wondering if there was any official source that said the ones in TP were Darknuts, because the japanese wiki seems to state that they're called Darknuckles... Nook 23:02, 20 August 2008 (UTC)
- Not sure there really is one, but I have the official Nintendo guide for TP, and it calls them Darknuts.— Steve 19:45, 20 August 2008 (EST)
Japanese name is TÂTONAKKU, compare to Iron Knuckle, which is AIAN'NAKKU TheManInTheMoon 01:51, 16 December 2008 (UTC)
It says in the article that the final Darknut you face before Ganondorf is blue, but the one directly in front of the boss door is gold. There is a blue one in the room with the stairs activated by the torches though. Unless I have some sort of strange copy... NintenJoe231 15:51, 17 May 2009 (UTC)
I noticed the same thing. It looked definitively golden to me and it was definately not blue at all. I even checked it out with the hawkeye from a distance and it's not blue. So where that came from is beyond me. Ragnarok 00:12, 31 May 2009 (UTC)
Why douse anyone not resolve this issue and fix it! GFlame September the 22nd 2010
The Darknuts Big Sword, GREATLY resembles that of Ganons sword, from the Gamecube graphics demo video. I think his could be added to a trivia section. Nicktheslayer 03:25, 9 November 2009 (UTC)
- Wow I just checked it out here. That should definitely be added. I'll ask around to see if anyone has a clean screenshot for comparision. Axiomist (talk) 00:11, 10 November 2009 (UTC)
Darknut Sword Types
Particularly pertaining to later enemy designs, like those from Wind Waker and Twilight Princess in specific. I know that the Wind Waker enemy wields a weapon that is more like a cross between a flamberge and a broadsword if not anything else. However, looking at the blade design that is used for the Twilight Princess enemy, I cannot identify it or relate it with any sword type that has appeared historically. For those who aren't clear about what I'm talking about, it's the sword that the first one encountered uses initially--characterized by a long, straight blade, which widens at a sharp angle at the end forming two jagged points, then being joined at the tip by a sharpened arc.
Any suggestions on the matter would not go unappreciated. --Gyridion 21:11, 12 January 2011 (EST)
Similarities to Phantoms?
Anyone else think that these look similar to Phantoms? (The Darknuts in Wind Waker, I mean!) http://www.zeldawiki.org/Phantom ...Is it actually worth mentioning the similarity, or is it due to the style of the game...?
- It wouldn't be too far off to assume that the Phantoms were based on TWW Darknuts, but I think it's mostly just the style of the game. Phantoms just look like generic soldier armor.
- And you can link to pages on this site by surrounding the name with brackets. For example: [[Phantom]] becomes Phantom. - ＰａｋｋｕｎT S C 19:55, 31 March 2012 (EDT)