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#16: Legend Of Zelda Subrosian Pixel Art From Oracle Of Seasons (and ages for the linked game)
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Well, here we go. As I was sick today, I had a lot of time to build Lego. That means that I've got four days worth of creations to post, relying on the fact that I always limit myself to one creation per day. Two of the creations, however, have been built prior to me catching a cold. The other two are three creations that will consist of a double pack of two G1 micro Legoformers and a random micro Optimus Prime. This is the first of the creations that were built last weekend. I went down to my Grandparent's house for a visit and, as always, I build some Lego with my sister. Previously, I'd made minecraft stuff that included an insane part count. But this time, I wanted to try something different. I'd recently started a linked game of Oracle of Ages on the 3DS using virtual console (which, by the way, is a must have for an Australian price of just $9), and I noticed that this game had a lot of Subrosians in it as well due to the bonus content. This reminded me of how much I liked them, as they're always quirky because they seem out-of-place when compared to the overworld, but are simply acting normally in their eyes. So, I zoomed in on a walkthrough I had on my laptop, as I had no internet, and tried to build this guy. It's not fully accurate, but it does a fine job. Man, it's a shame I can't keep a copy of this, OR IS IT?
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Well, don't forget to like, comment and add me as a favourite builder. And as always, happy building! Yeah, I'd be building happily if I had a replica of this at home, but sadly that will never happen...
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...OR WILL IT? TUNE IN NEXT TIME!

But before that, see some other stuff I made down there. In the lost in time category, see a failed attempt at building Optimus Prime without any moving parts, and the strange MOC that I came across one day in my photo collection and asked myself "WHAT THE BLOODY HELL IS THIS!!!". But, those creations sucked. Look at some better ones like The Creeper, The VIllager, The Incredibly Innacurate Ghast, and Slamacow's Bart The Enderman.

Well, Subrosian, this is goodbye...

...OR IS IT?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! :P



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  June 16, 2014
Quoting Sam Sanister My sister and I have the Game Boy Oracle games, and they have a decent level of difficulty. We've finished both of them, but don't have the required systems for linking the two.
Oh, you don't need them. When you finish the first game, you get a code. Then, when you start the second, select the option that allows you to enter the code. This will unlock the linked game, and will open up the 'true ending' where you apparently fight off Ganon. If you need the code because you've already finished the game, go to the Maku tree in either games on a completed save file and they'll tell it to you. I hope that helps, because that's how it worked for me. :)
Quoting Evan Botkin Awwwww yeah! Subrosians are awesome! I love Oracle of Seasons (haven't played Ages yet) and you captured the look of them very well. Too bad you can't keep one at your house...OR CAN YOU?!?!? =P
I'll post the reasoning tonight! :P
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  June 16, 2014
Awwwww yeah! Subrosians are awesome! I love Oracle of Seasons (haven't played Ages yet) and you captured the look of them very well. Too bad you can't keep one at your house...OR CAN YOU?!?!? =P
  June 16, 2014
My sister and I have the Game Boy Oracle games, and they have a decent level of difficulty. We've finished both of them, but don't have the required systems for linking the two.
 
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