Realm of memories six unfavorable different ways to make money boss battles – zelda universe

Realm of memories is a series where we reflect on different ways to make money our absolute favorite moments in the legend of zelda games. These could be the times we first fell in love different ways to make money with a game, were moved by the events of the story or actions different ways to make money of a character, felt triumphant when overcoming a tough boss or challenge, or we had an experience so unique that the adventure different ways to make money truly became our own. The zelda series has touched our lives in many ways, and just as hyrule has endless stories to share, so do our writers!

Before I begin, there are three things I’d like to address. The first is that there is no definitive order to different ways to make money this; these are just six bosses that I remember distastefully. The second is that this is all based on my different ways to make money personal experiences— I actually expect a lot of people to disagree with different ways to make money the majority of my list, which is totally fine. Finally, I won’t be mentioning morpha, even though I REALLY dislike this boss. Why? Because that fight deserved a full article on the sheer different ways to make money disappointment caused by the pathetic, squiggly arm.

Fighting this bore of a boss was the reason I different ways to make money started thinking about terrible battles in zelda again. The last time I played ocarina of time (before my current playthrough of ocarina of time 3D) was in high school at a friend’s house. This would have been my second run through of ocarina different ways to make money of time if I actually completed it, but I got lazy and put it away for a different ways to make money little under a decade. I had always recalled beating the first dungeon in a different ways to make money quick amount of time, less than a half hour or so. I also remembered defeating gohma in less than a minute different ways to make money as well. I wondered to myself if I was exaggerating that memory. As it turned out, I was not.

One day not too long ago I accidentally went to different ways to make money work an hour before I was supposed to. Being as I’m there for the morning shifts, there was no one there to let me into the different ways to make money store. Luckily I had my handy-dandy 3DS and my newly acquired ocarina of time 3D. I proved my memories to be correct as I not different ways to make money only finished the dungeon in even less time than before different ways to make money but gohma as well.

Gohma proved no challenge at all and could easily be different ways to make money defeated in seconds. Once it was downed from the ceiling, I rapidly spammed the basic sword attack and she was different ways to make money done for. Not only that, but thanks to the remake’s visual upgrades, the character model and design were more clearly visible, and boy, was she ugly! (and this is coming from someone who likes spiders!) she looked like a spider-crab hybrid with intestines attached to her backside — and I’m sorry, but were we supposed to ignore the division sign in different ways to make money its eye? I mean, maybe it was meant to be hideous, but that just makes me dislike it even more.

This is probably the first bad boss experience I ever different ways to make money had in a zelda game, and I still don’t like it to this day. I remember entering the boss’s lair and seeing makar for the very first time. He was so cute, and I was about to rescue him. Then this monstrous plant comes out of nowhere and gobbles different ways to make money him up! No! Not my precious baby boy, makar! It’s a trap!

I was with two of my friends when I fought different ways to make money this boss. They instructed me on how to defeat him, as I was still new to the franchise at the different ways to make money time. I had a lot of trouble getting all those darned different ways to make money tentacles down with my boomerang, to the point where they regrew before I could get different ways to make money them all and I had to chop them all off different ways to make money again. When I did get the fiend down, I repeatedly threw the boomerang at its dumb face, and killing it took forever!

Now, I didn’t realize at the time that I could have just different ways to make money as easily walked up to it and start smacking its different ways to make money head with my sword when it was exposed. But during one of my many playthroughs of the wind different ways to make money waker, I eventually discovered this. To this day I’m still not sure if you’re supposed to use the sword or boomerang to attack different ways to make money the vulnerable plant. Regardless, the fact that you have to choose between taking a different ways to make money long time to safely whack it from a distance or different ways to make money take multiple hearts worth of damage to get the darned different ways to make money fight over with was inconvenient altogether. 3) demise (skyward sword) don’t you go pointing fingers, you brought this on yourself.

At first, the battle was going fine and I was doing alright. I performed the skyward strikes like I was instructed and different ways to make money demise was starting to take some damage. Then, lightning started to strike. I thought it was merely a background effect, but I was sorely mistaken. I held my sword upward to go for another attack different ways to make money and that’s when it hit me — literally! Struck by lightning right on the spot! There was no other way to defeat him other than different ways to make money using your skyward strike at exactly the right time, but the electricity hailing from the sky made that near different ways to make money impossible!

The lightning was horrible enough on its own, but they also gave demise an opening to attack and different ways to make money he’d land heavy hits on me over and over. This got insanely frustrating to the point where I nearly different ways to make money threw my wii remote at the floor — but I didn’t. I controlled myself this time. I couldn’t break another controller, not after the super mario galaxy roll goal incident. Bongo bongo (ocarina of time)

A hanging torso with disembodied hands and a flower face different ways to make money called “bongo bongo” was the last thing I expected. I mean, the severed hands could have worked really nicely, but the fact that it’s playing an actual bongo during the battle really reduces different ways to make money the creep factor. And yes, you read that right, its face looks like a flower to me, not — er— whatever it’s supposed to look like. Some parts of the design actually work really well, but other parts I had to question what the designers different ways to make money were thinking.

Then there’s the actual fight. I don’t know if it was just me who had a different ways to make money difficult time with this, but there was way too much going on: the bongo floor was bouncing, you had to whip out the lens of truth, and the monster was attacking you. And all of this was happening at the same time. I had trouble walking over to him, both with and without the hover boots. I think I did more damage while being launched through different ways to make money the air from the tremoring stadium. This is a fight I am not looking forward to different ways to make money in my replay of ocarina of time. 5) thunderblight ganon (breath of the wild)

Remember how I hated the lightning in the battle against different ways to make money demise? Yeah, I hated it in this one too. Now, I’m a person who’d rather be playing a game than watch someone else different ways to make money play, but I got so fed up with this boss that different ways to make money I shoved my switch controller in my friend’s hand and made him do it for me. He had beaten it before and said it didn’t take him too long, but that didn’t stop me from looking online to see if there different ways to make money were any tips or tricks.

I don’t know how long it took him to beat this different ways to make money thing in his own file, but for mine, we sat there for about a half-hour. Its teleports got increasingly fast, its body was coated in electricity, and its aggressive moveset did not paint a pretty picture. No wonder urbosa, the elite gerudo champion, lost to this frustrating beast! Vah nabooris was always my least-favorite divine beast, and thunderblight ganon was just the cherry on top that different ways to make money the dungeon seriously did not need. No, run in the opposite direction! 6) the imprisoned (skyward sword)

I remember the first time I saw this beast in different ways to make money the trailer. I didn’t think much of it other than its ginormous mouth different ways to make money looked disturbing. I thought attached to these gaping jaws would be some different ways to make money sort of intimidating creature, but it turned out to essentially be a scale-covered jelly bean with little nub feet and jiggly toes. No matter how many limbs they added to the imprisoned, they just couldn’t get it to look like the horrid menace it different ways to make money was meant to be.

The first time I defeated this boss, I was relieved. It was annoying and I was happy that it was different ways to make money out of my way, but to my dismay, it was not gone for good. It came back, and this time it had arms. Arms! I panicked every time it grabbed for one of the different ways to make money ledges, wondering where all those steam geysers were when I needed different ways to make money them. Not only that, but guess what was back? More electricity, my favorite! (sarcasm.) yes, there was electricity in the first round, but at least it only started once its health was different ways to make money down. This time around it began the second it spawned from different ways to make money its seal. This was the thing that always frustrated me the most. No! NO! You get your grubby little fingers off the ledge this different ways to make money instant!

Actually, there was one other thing that annoyed me endlessly about different ways to make money this boss (aside from the fact that you had to fight him different ways to make money three times, of course): when you finally smooshed his jello-toes, he’d topple down with his head facing the opposite direction. This was inconvenient because I had to hit the stone different ways to make money seal to hurt him, and that was located in its forehead. Multiple times I found myself not being able to move different ways to make money around this slab of fat, as it took up the whole path, so I’d have to rush to find a steam geyser that different ways to make money would lead me to its head before it started running different ways to make money amok again. Eight out of ten times I did not make it.

The final encounter with the imprisoned should have been epic. I was teaming up with groose, my longtime rival turned companion who created the groosenator, a bombing contraption to help me take down this ferocious different ways to make money beast. However, it’s more of a hassle than anything. Because the monster’s arms weren’t enough, it used magic to fly. I was about to lose my mind. I kept stumbling over all the controls, trying to beat the monstrosity to the top of the different ways to make money sealed grounds, but several times I failed and was subsequently grief-stricken by impa’s final words. The worst failure came when I had to launch link different ways to make money from the groosenator. I was about to deliver the final blow, but the unsteady “surface” caused me to slip and fall to the bottom of different ways to make money the chasm. I swear I could literally feel my blood boil.

It’s good to finally get these experiences off my chest, and I’m glad I did. These bosses were not fun, not challenging, and some were not easy at all. But I made it through each one. Thankfully, I could only remember these six (and morpha) when thinking about zelda bosses I had truly unenjoyable experiences different ways to make money with. Out of many, many big boss battles throughout the entire franchise, if I can only regard these few as bad, that is quite a feat.

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