Yes but those people are banned in a realm INSIDE the mirror, they can't somehow leave the mirror now can they? Because if they could.. Why didn't they did that before?
The Mirror is on the Light World Side...so it needs to be activated by the Light Worlders in order for it to work, ( I would think that's why ) and even if the Twili did leave, they cannot exist as more than shadows in the Light World..Midna literally steals Link's shadow to be in a form he can see. You can see her riding atop Wolf Link's shadow when he is in the sunlight ( at the beginning of the game )
I'd be willing to guess that the only reason she could later exist in tangible form was because Zelda gave her her Triforce. Zant and the Shadow Beasts ( who appear to be Twili in an altered form ) are existing in the Light World possibly for the same reason..Ganondorf's Triforce is sustaining them. The only other way the world's appear to connect is during "the hour of Twilight" ( Rusl's statement at the very beginning seems to hint at that )..it also would explain why Midna could be tangible in her true form at the end of the game, after Zelda had been restored.
But its stupid... Oh well..
Okay you got a good point with Ilia's mind.
I know..I didn't think it was too well executed at all. It was a convenient plot device to get Link out of Ordon. They did almost the same thing in WW: Aryll got kidnapped as the catalyst but at least there was a good reason explained to us, one that tied into the plot.
I've seen others remark about how King Bublin turns over Ilia's and Colin's wrists..possibly looking for a Triforce symbol..but it makes no sense why they would not even look at Link's.
And maybe they took the kids to ensure no repeat performance of " a boy comes form the forest to become the hero"...it's said that the legends are active in Hyrule...but then again..they just left Link there.
Ohhhh... I thought Links and Midnas relationship was more "brotherly"
I would think so too...but his reaction to her true form is what seemed to kill that.
But Whyyyyyy does the sucker dies?? He gets a freaken mastersword in his head and he doesn't die.... and Neither does the triforce of power leaves him.... Personally I like to believe Ganondorf is the true holder of the triforce of power and no other mary-sue or gary-stu takes it from him.
I'm not so sure he is actually dead. He has the ability to reassemble his form and transfer himself...I don't think his current body is that tangible. But this is the Master Sword... it has special powers.
True... But really when I got the mastersword... I was like "okay and now what?" atleast in Oot and in windwaker they told you the mastersword was needed to destroy Ganondorf.
yeah..they just assumed we players knew what it was for. They seemed to do that alot in the game..that we have played the previous ones so we must know.
Oh and people, its has bin a while since last played TP. I think TP replay is BORING! And most of the scenes are pretty cheesy so I'd rather do not want to see them again.
*remind people of the scene where Ilia gets her memory back... and points at the cheesy rearing Epona at the back*
I liked the cinematic bit of TP a good deal..I just thought the wrong people got the screen time and the game's focus. ( Ilia and the village kids seem to be the most glaring example) If that time had been redistributed to Zelda, Ganondorf and even Zant...not to mention more stuff on the plot elements like explaining more backstory and in game happenings...I would not be complaining.