Friendly reminder that Zelda has awful character development

#11PerascaminPosted 7/15/2014 9:13:35 PM
Wings of Forte posted...
They all had more character development than you've had.


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#12PuddingshotgunPosted 7/15/2014 9:38:03 PM
Why is this a friendly reminder when all it does is hurt me?

This sounds more like an enemy reminder to me.
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#13Virtual_BoyPosted 7/15/2014 9:55:27 PM
How did this topic get to the front page of GameFAQS?
#14sighdeadlyPosted 7/15/2014 10:47:17 PM
I think some people don't understand that character development isn't limited to a significant change in the character itself

Learning more about a character's past, another dimension of their personality, etc is development, and in that regard I'd say Zelda has done pretty fine for a non-story focused series.
#15Paper_Mario_4Posted 7/15/2014 10:57:08 PM
OoT characters were amazing. And King of Red Lions was a genius character.
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#16Paper_Mario_4Posted 7/15/2014 11:01:48 PM
Puddingshotgun posted...
Why is this a friendly reminder when all it does is hurt me?

This sounds more like an enemy reminder to me.


You are an animal.
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#17Aether_LightPosted 7/15/2014 11:34:25 PM(edited)
I always hoped that you would stop posting here. That you'd go outside, play a sport, find a girlfriend. I have this fantasy, you see. That one Friday night I would be out on the town and stop by this little bar to grab a pint, and I'd see you there with a 5/10. I'd recognize you by your squats and oats. You wouldn't say anything to me, nor I to you, but we'd both know... that you'd moved on. Instead you sit in your damned cave using memes from Reddit and making fun of video games on a message board.
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#18DaAppleManPosted 7/16/2014 3:05:52 AM
And yet they've all developed more than you have. All I see from you is negativity about SS. You need to pull a Groose and see the nice side of life. You need to pull a Midna and go from hating to forming a friendship with us. You need to pull a KORL and realize everything you held onto was a mistake and that you need to move on. You need to pull an SSZelda and go from using us for your enjoyment to actually liking us because we are us and not just liking us because you're using us. You need to pull a Tatl, where you start all negative but then start helping us to help save this board from teh figurative moon crashing onto us that is negativity.
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#19GoombacrusherPosted 7/16/2014 3:25:18 AM
thedeerzord posted...
I never actually understood why character development was important.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZxzJGgox_E
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#20Faliz18(Topic Creator)Posted 7/16/2014 3:33:39 AM
iKhanic posted...
Characters don't have to develop to be good.


Ok, next topic I promise.

Stupid Pirate Guy posted...
Tetra and Groose had good development arcs. I'm sure there must be more but my mind is coming up blank.


Tetra was an interesting pirate girl whose personality and charm completely disappeared into the void the second she became Princess.

Groose developed, sure, but it wasn't what I'd call GOOD development. He used to be Link's rival. He was actually funny. Pretty much the only good thing about SS. Then by the end of the game they can't even claim that because, like Tetra, he loses most personality and just becomes another generic helping Link character.
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