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No, not needed, just awesome! As soon as I got it I never used another weapon again except when I had to.
Also, unless they have changed things from the 64 version, you do not need to deal the final blow with the Master Sword. It's one of the things I laugh about in this game, cause they make a big deal in the final battle of Link losing and regaining the Master Sword, but when I played, as soon as I regained the Master Sword and they let you use weapons other than the Kokiri sword again, I just stopped, and re-equipped the Biggoron Sword again. lol
There's somehting I've always wondered with the BGS...
-When you first get it, Link has to use both hands to hold it, understandable -When you get the Silver Gauntlet, Link can now lift rocks that are most likely at least 50-75 times his own weight but STILL need to hold the BGS with both hand. -WHen you get the Golden Gauntlet, Link can now lift (and throw quite far away) stone pillar that are at least 15 time his height (and most likely over 500 times his own weight. but STILL has to use both hands for the BGS AND the Megaton Hammer. WTF?
Don't mean to brag, but even I'm not that strong, but I can swing a hammer the size of the megaton hammer with one hand (so most people should be able to do the same as me)) lol.
Also, ''ultimate'' swords tend to be Optional in Zelda games. Both the White and Magic sword were optional in the original, The Tempered Master Sword and the Golden Sworw were Optional in ALTTP, the Noble Sword was opptional in OoS, the Guilded sword was optional in MM... etc...
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