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Is it against the rules to say 'literally every sound effect used in OoT and MM'?

For real, though, those games are my childhood and every sound effect elicits immediate nostalgia.

If I had to pick the best ones, though

OoT:

Throwing Ruto at a wall: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/OOT/OOT_Ruto_Wall.wav

That noise Ingo makes when he yells: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/OOT/OOT_Ingo_Yell.wavz

That perpetually angry carpenter guy: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/OOT/OOT_CarpenterBoss.wav


MM:

That noise Viscen makes during his debate in the Mayor's office which has always entertained me for some reason: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/MM/MM_Viscen.wav

The postman: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/MM/MM_Postman_Yah.wav

Also, the associated Anju grunt/wail of despair when arguing with the postman, but for some reason, this website I'm citing has no Anju sounds at all, so Life hates me.

Just Everything about Tingle: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/MM/MM_Tingle_Magic.wav

This noise? That Toto makes (manager of the Indigo-gos) that I for some reason find myself mimicking all the time: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/MM/MM_Toto.wav


WW:

Aryll, being the best: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/WW_New/WW_Aryll_Hoy2.wav

The KoRL laughing like a serial killer: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/WW_New/WW_KoRL_LOL.wav

These noises from a mini game I hated to play, but did anyway just because of the noises: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds…/WW_Salvatore_Kerboom.wav and noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds…/WW_Salvatore_Sploosh.wav

The fish man: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/WW_New/WW_Fishman_Que.wav

Midna stands out the most: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/TP/TP_Midna_Yawn2.wav

And the most memorable sound from SS

Zant's tongue slurp: noproblo.dayjo.org/ZeldaSounds/ZSS/ZSS_Ghirahim_Slurp.wav


(I think I got a little carried away. And these are just character noises.)
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Zelda DLC 1 - Korok Mask location and the EX Strange Mask Rumours quest explained

The EX Strange Mask Rumours quest is one of many new missions added as part of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's first DLC pack.

Playing it through will take you to the Korok Mask location, a new item that signals when a Korok Seed is located nearby - pretty handy for completionists.

As well as the below we have a Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC 1: The Master Trials guide, with help on the Travel Medallion location and the treasure locations for Majora's Mask, Tingle, Phantom and Midna outfits.

Or, if you're after help for the main game itself, consult our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide.

How to start the EX Strange Mask Rumours quest

Head to the Woodland Stable (it's east of Hyrule Castle, and if you have visited the Mirro Shaz Shrine, then fast travel to that to save time) and find the Super Rumor Mill EX: Volume 1 on the table.

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It'll tell you "the treasure chest containing this mask is hidden in a tree hollow in a forest that makes people lose their way". Sound familiar?

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Head to the Lost Woods, which is just north west from here (if you activate the Woodland Tower, it's then directly north).

Korok Mask location

If you have already discovered Korok Forest then you'll need to recreate the first few steps of exploring the Lost Woods, following the lanterns and the direction the fire is blowing until you reach two lanterns side-by-side, with a torch leaning up against one of them.

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If you are headed to Korok Forest, then you'll light the torch and follow the way the fire blows to guide you through, however here we're going to take a small diversion to find the chest.

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In short, simply go south of these two lanterns, keeping the tree line on your left, headed towards the body of water. Just before you get there is a particularly large tree, that's hollowed out with a purple EX chest inside.

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Climb up and open it up to get the Korok Mask and complete the EX Strange Mask Rumors quest.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide

Want more help? Our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide steps to completing the game's main quests - including Divine Beasts Vah Ruta, Vah Rudiana, Vah Medoh and Vah Naboris - as well as how to find the Master Sword, Hylian Shield and all Captured Memories locations and Great Fairy Fountain locations, while our Shrines locations and Shrine maps hub explains where to find and solve every puzzle room, including dragon locations and Labyrinth solutions. We also have advice on how to beat Guardians, where to get easy Rupees, tame horses, find how to get cold resistance, fire resistance and heat resistance, and learn the most effective means of cooking with ingredients for bonus effects. We also have a DLC 1 guide and DLC 2 guide, including all Tingle, Majora's Mask, Phantom, Midna outfit locations.

:: Pokémon Sword and Shield walkthrough and guide

How to use the Korok Mask

The Korok Mask is equipped like a regular helmet, except it'll shake to alert you of nearby Korok Seeds.

Korok Seeds are (!) collectibles dotted around Hyrule, which can be traded with Hestu for inventory upgrades, allowing you to hold more weapons, bows and shields.

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These are designed to be well hidden and require a small task before they are revealed, from completing a circle of stones to picking up a stray plant. In short, if something looks out of the ordinary, it's probably a Korok Seed, and this mask will alert you to its presence nearby.

If you haven't already, visit Hestu south of Kakariko Village and complete his The Priceless Maracas quest, then see him at Woodland Stable, before permanently residing at Korok Forest.

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How exactly does the Korok mask work?

My observations, based on finding almost all korok seeds.

  • The location that you need to interact with has an invisible sphere around it. When you enter this radius, the mask makes an initial voice, then shakes and chimes constantly. The voice only plays when initially entering the detection sphere, but can be heard again if you leave the sphere and re-enter it.
    • For moving hidden koroks, the detection radius moves with it.
    • For flowers, the next flower you need to touch emits the signal. A prime example of this is in thundra plateau, where the flower korok there is widely spaced out.
    • For tree stumps with a leaf imprint, the stump itself emits the signal. Once you step on it and activate the timer, the destination temporarily emits the signal until you find the korok or time runs out, in which the stump again emits the signal.
    • For large boulder holes, the hole itself emits the signal. Boulders themselves do not.
    • For metal cube patterns, the final destination of the metal cube emits the signal. The metal block itself and reference pattern do not.
    • For small rock patterns, the destination emits the signal. The rocks nearby do not.
  • There is no form of distance or direction measurement, other than being 'nearby'.
  • All koroks have the same distance threshold.
  • Koroks that have already been found do not emit a signal.

In short, the korok mask will never send you on a wild goose chase. At the origin point of a korok mask signal, it will always be something that you can do, or something very obvious you can bring (e.g. a rock) to reveal it. Sometimes they are difficult to spot, like an acorn inside the hole of a tree, but there's always an action you can do.

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The original Legend of Zelda came out in on the NES. Games were evolving from endurance tests to simple narratives in the Socratic tradition. Having recently stunned the world with Super Mario Bros in , legendary game designer Shigeru Miyamoto set-out to create a game with a world. Miyamoto grew up in Japan exploring the fields, woods, and caves of Kyoto. He designed the first Legend of Zelda to be “a miniature garden that players can put inside their drawer.” He combined Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, and the Arthurian legend of the sword in the stone to create what would become one of Nintendo’s greatest franchises.

Zelda Creator Shigeru Miyamoto

Zelda Creator Shigeru Miyamoto

31 years and over 18 iterations later, Nintendo released The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Nintendo Switch to widespread critical acclaim—many publications have declared BOTW to be among the greatest games ever created.

As any game designer knows, audio is vital to providing an audience with feedback. As with every element of the game, Nintendo has taken Zelda’s audio to a new level with Breath of the Wild. Here is our review and breakdown of what makes the audio of BOTW so special:

MUSIC

Nintendo composer Koji Kondo initially intended to use Maurice Ravel’s Bolero as the theme music for the original Legend of Zelda in , but upon learning the copyright was intact, he composed the legendary “Zelda Theme”. Nintendo has always dedicated a large amount of time and care to the music of Zelda, but with BOTW, they’ve taken things to the next level.

Acute Zelda-philes will recognize the integration of electronic and orchestral instrumentation as innovative to the franchise. Music has always been used to give the user feedback regarding the setting— Dungeon Theme, which plays when Link is in a dungeon level.

In music, this technique is called a leitmotif: a recurrent theme throughout a musical or literary composition, associated with a particular person, idea, or situation.

In BOTW, music is used to delineate location, themes, characters, and even special enemies! While the combat theme plays fighting most baddies, anyone who has played BOTW will recognize the infamous Guardian Theme and of course the Hinox Theme.

The first time the player hears these songs come on, it is scary and immediately invests you with a bombastic sense of imminent danger.

Music changes by location and by time of day, as demonstrated by the Gerudo Town Day and Night songs.

In the Korok Forest, when entering uncharted territory, the user hears an eerie tune that gradually increases in volume until the user is transported back to the start of the forest, as demonstrated in this video:

https://youtu.be/7FgZw1geaHw

Shards of stories are told through musical sequences sung by Kass, dispersing exposition about the world and clues to the puzzles the user must solve.

All told, The Legend of Zelda Soundtrack has about songs! Dedicated players can easily invest hundreds of hours into an open-world RPG, so diversifying the music is vital to keeping players engaged and preventing  the game from feeling repetitive. Big, sweeping orchestral soundtracks like these are saving symphony orchestras, according to the Wall Street Journal.

SOUND DESIGN

Longtime composer and sound supervisor Hajime Wakai oversaw the sound of BOTW. While audio cues for sound effects in the Zelda series traditionally have had a very lo-fi electronic feel, BOTW uses fully orchestrated, live-performed instruments, investing the user with the feeling of watching a live performance. Wakai recorded over 10, different sounds for the game. In the Nintendo blog, he explains the many different types of footsteps.

“I mixed various kinds of sand so to get good footsteps. We searched for a combination of materials and how to apply them for the sound of the equipment. Ice boards melt and crack each time they walk and have to be replaced. The studio is full of stinky smells as you continue stepping on the grass. There were various hardships.”

Check out these photos from inside the sound studio:

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The intricacies of the sound design are on full display in BOTW, with different sounds for hitting flesh creatures, hitting bone creatures and the very notable sound of the Master Sword clashing against a Guardian:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXkmknLZiFE&#;feature=youtu.be

The sound of BOTW enhance the experience and helps the user FEEL the game. Perhaps no better example of Sound Design doing this is the sound effect made when a user breaks their weapon:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9QLzmH4CFI&#;feature=youtu.be

Perhaps the biggest departure from the Zelda series is the use of voices. While Zelda games traditionally only represents dialogue with text and strange grunts, BOTW includes cut-scenes with fully-voiced Zelda, Daruth the Goron, Mipha the Zora, and more. BOTW incentivizes accruing these cut scenes or “Shattered Memories” by having them be collectable. Only after collecting all of the “Shattered Memories” can the user watch the story of the game in full from front to back.

OVERALL

Given the grand scale of BOTW, it’s no surprise that the game overdelivers when it comes to its soundscape. Nintendo’s first major entry into the Zelda series in 6 years is a masterpiece. Game designers take note of what is perhaps the best sound design ever created for a video game.

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