does the moon from legend of zelda, orcarena of time really pose a threat?

does the moon from legend of zelda, orcarena of time really pose a threat?

So, a giant moon is hurling at your village, huh? Everyone running around, panicing. Is it really necessary that someone "saves" a village from a lump of smiling spacerock?

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KazzyFlavoredSoup
Correction. The giant moon (not really that giant) is in Majoras Mask, not ocarina of time.
Answering that question yes. It is a huge danger. Imagine the dinosaurs the the rock that killed them.
Also try Watch Game Theory. (I think) it has good info on the subject as well.
KazzyFlavoredSoup
AND YEARS LATER I COME BACK TO SAY THAT I WAS AN IDIOT FOR SUGGESTING GAME THEORY BECAUSE THEY ARE FULL OF BULLSH*T. LINK IS NOT DEAD. IF YOU FOLLOW THE TIMELINE THROUGH IT ITS IMPOSSIBLE FOR HIM TO BE DEAD BECAUSE THE TWILIGHT PRINCESS LINK IS HIS GRANDCHILD
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on March 09
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Butt_Stallion
Exactly
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on April 06, 2015
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on July 19, 2014
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RoseHeart
It is most likely the point of the game so if you wanna finish the game then I guess you do need to save the village also did you know that the word Lunatic is derived from Luna which means moon
on July 18, 2014
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breann.west.5
First of all, the moon is in Majora' s Mask.


Second, it is spelled *Ocarina*.
on August 14, 2015
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EMOpanda
xxredfeatherx
Nuff said o3o
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on October 29, 2014
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on July 24, 2014
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Rumplestein
Oh well then. Le awkward moment
on July 21, 2014
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Whisker_Queer
Yes, the moon would kill you all.
on July 19, 2014
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