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Death Mountain Appearances
Death Mountain appears in other Zelda games. I'm sure it was subtle in The Legend of Zelda, but I also know that the maze of caves in Zelda 2 was supposed to be 'Death Mountain'. If anyone wishes to expand the article with additional information, please do. I can't find the right way to explain it.
- Did my best to add the info from those two games, as well as A Link to the Past. Dinosaur bob 11:17, 5 October 2007 (EDT)
Well Adam tagged it and I support it. I swear it'll be so great to have the weaker articles merged to make a stronger one. The Death Mountain Trail is the exterior of the Mountain, this should be an obvious merge. Axiomist (talk) 03:18, 16 May 2009 (UTC)
- It doesn't make sense to have separate articles for what is essentially the same place. I agree with the merge. Ionizer 08:59, 13 August 2009 (UTC)
Did anybody notice that in Twilight Princess, Death Mountain viewed either from Hyrule Field or from The cliff while howling to the Hero's Spirit, appears to have been crushed by a meteorite? If the Dragon Roost Island theory is correct, then this didn't happen in the adult timeline, but in the child timeline clearly something happened. I looked around this article but it doesnt seem to mention it anywhere. Anybody know anything about this?Takhamavahu 22:25, 16 May 2010 (UTC)
Twilight Princess Shape
Is it just me or does it seem as if the mountain in Twilight Princess is shaped similarly to a baked potato or some other dome. The sides look like they are either straight down near the bottom edge of view or that they may even curl slightly inward as if the mountain is shaped like a sphere sitting on the top of the ground. I'm really not sure but is that even possible for a mountain to be shaped that way? It definitely looks interesting, I'm just not sure it could actually exist like that. Either way, it's interesting.
Ragnarok 23:41, 5 January 2011 (EST)