The Legend of Zelda series, cont.
Kotake: “Hey, Koume, what is that above your head?”
Koume: “I don’t know, but you have one over your head too, Kotake!”
Kotake: “But I’m only 400 years old!”
Koume: “And I’m just 380 years old!”
Kotake: “We’re twins! Don’t try to lie about your age!”
Koume: “You must have gone senile!”
Kotake: “Who are you calling senile? Is that how you treat your older sister?”
Koume: “We are twins! How can you be older?”
~ Ocarina of Time
Ah, Sisterly Love, summed up here by Ganondorf’s adoptive mothers. They added comic relief to the end of what was a bitch of a battle, after halos appear above their heads after their defeat.
“If all else fails, use fire!”
~ Villager, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
Even though this was a clue to help solve a puzzle, these words are not really all that sensible, and should never be implemented in real life.
“I’m sorry. I know nothing.”
~ Villager, Adventure of Link
Nothing? Nothing at all?! Here, the game seems to have lapsed into a Noir style interrogation scene, as this hapless villager tells us nothing at all of any use, thereby rendering themselves completely pointless.
“Hey, you have some good, quality wood there, kid!”
~ Carpenter, Ocarina of Time
Oh dear. Somebody call child protection. He’s talking about a mask, which is excusable, but one of the other carpenters tells Link he’s cute…
“I am Error.”
~ Resident of Rauru, Adventure of Link
Err…Okay, then. I’m done here.