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The Legend of Zelda: Arrow of Destiny
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Cometech Flare
Genre(s) Action/Adventure, Dungeon Crawler
Release Date(s)
May 1st, 2014
Mode(s)
Story
Age Rating(s)
Teen for Violence and Animated Blood
Media Included Cometech MiniDiscus and Nintendo eShop download

The Legend of Zelda: Arrow of Destiny is a game created and developed by Nintendo for the Cometech Flare. It was released on May 1st, 2014, as a Lauch Title for the Cometech Flare.==Plot== Link is a young boy who lives in the village of Erawn. Erawn is located on a small island just off the coast of Hyrule. None of the people of Erawn know of Hyrule's existance, and none of the people of Hyrule know of Erawn's existance. That is because the villagers of Erawn are very violent, and so Din, Farore and Nayru placed a jinx on both lands. Until one of the lands falls, neither will know of the other.

However, the goddesses chose a single hero - Link - to unite Erawn and Hyrule - the jinx does not apply to him. However, he does not know this yet, and will soon have to participate in the Ruckus Fest - a fight to the death in which you are proven to be weak if you die.

This portion is currently still being completed

Gameplay

1.Controls

A - Action Button (Talk, Roll, etc.)

B - Sword (or other weapon) See 2 - Weaponry

X/Y - Item buttons - Assign items from your inventory

L/R - Item Buttons - Assign items from your inventory

ZL - Use it for L Targeting

ZR - Item Button - Assign items from your inventory

Start/Select - Pause your quest and look at your map, save your game and see current objectives (Easy-Normal Difficulty only.)

L Analog Stick Button - Quick Target - Use to target weakest enemy

R Analog Stick Button - Zoom in and look around

L Stick - Move around

R Stick - Camera controls

2. Weaponry

For the first time ever in a Zelda game, you can equip more than just a sword to the B button - throughout the worlds of Erawn and Hyrule you will find special Weapon Class items that you can equip to the B button.

Training Sword: Given to you by your father before the Ruckus Fest. This is the weakest weapon in the game.

Destiny Blade: Forged from Molten Goddess Tears, this fabled weapon is much better than your regular training blade. Given to you after you arrive in Hyrule.

Sharpness Cuffs: Attached to your arms similar to the Zora, you can attack enemies in close range and throw them like a boomerang.

Deactivated Master Sword: A horrible curse was placed on the Master Sword, leaving this in its place. Link must quest to the Requiem Forest to learn how reactivate it.

Dual Edge Sword: Found in the Requiem Forest, this is your replacement to the Master Sword until you can destroy all of the Chaos Stones to reactivate it.

Quill's Axe: Left to you by your father in his will, this is the strongest ranged weapon in the game.

Chaos Club: Given to you by King Trawl in the Erawn Treasury, this powerful weapon leads you to a path of destruction.

The Blade of Evil's Bane - The Master Sword: The blade forged to destroy Trawl's army is now activated and dangerous, but is to be used for good.

The Bow of Destiny: The final weapon in the game given to you by Zelda's spirit before it dimishes. You must use it to pierce the heart of King Trawn himself with the Arrow of Destiny.

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