Nope. I'm liking this logic, though. You guys are thinking, and it shows.
So, as a reward, here's another stanza!
I have what the hero can never have, All must go through me before the world can be saved, I surround the very forces of nature, In the forefront of everyone's mind, I am second of all, And yet, without me, nothing would change.
I have one cousin. It does not have what I have. It does not match my scope, nor my power. And yet, it is directly in the center of another force of nature- One over which I do not have direct control.
perhaps the moat of hyrule castle? The hyrule castle garden? Maybe the entrance to the garden? --- The Ancient Cistern: Yo dawg, we heard you like temples, so we put a shadow temple in your water temple, that way you can explore while you explore.
No. The answer is a small graphical detail. If it weren't in the game, absolutely nothing would be different, gameplay-wise.
The "force of nature" in the second verse isn't really a "force." It's more of an... Aspect of nature. Something pretty to look at. That doesn't exert a "force" on anything. Try figuring out what that could be. --- "Paper Waluigi is pickles durr. (Descent into fanboy rage, arguments, and poor grammar)" -GameFAQs writes Nintendo a letter, one word at a time.