Hyrule RMB

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Founder: The Please TG South Malaysia of Ness Snorlaxia

BoardActivity History Admin Rank

Most Influential: 40th Most Rebellious Youth: 367th Highest Economic Output: 479th+15
Most Cultured: 496th Largest Populations: 651st Smartest Citizens: 728th Largest Publishing Industry: 747th Most Nations: 851st Nudest: 1,259th Most Politically Apathetic Citizens: 1,312th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,397th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,414th Fattest Citizens: 1,446th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,634th Largest Black Market: 1,666th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,737th Most Stationary: 1,769th Largest Gambling Industry: 1,848th
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Welcome to Hyrule! The oldest Legend of Zelda region in NationStates.

Home of renowned heroes, malevolent beings, and where the legacy of classic video games lives on! We hope that you will have a great time!

Feel free to start some activity -- we're looking to rebuild the region! You could easily be the next leader of the region! (contact South Malaysia for more information)

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Acting Founder: South Malaysia
Embassy Requests: Currently we are only accepting them from regions with 20+ population.


One Place. One Legend. Experience the Adventure!

Embassies: Nintendo, Mystria, The Nightmare Realms, and The East Pacific.

Tags: Democratic, Offsite Forums, Casual, Neutral, Future Tech, Modern Tech, Featured, Fantasy Tech, Medium, Multi-Species, Regional Government, and Magical.

Regional Power: High

Hyrule contains 15 nations, the 851st most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Governments in Hyrule

World Census agents lined up at public agencies around the world in order to study the extent of government in nations, taking into consideration economic output, social and cultural significance, and raw size.

As a region, Hyrule is ranked 2,266th in the world for Largest Governments.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Northern Wasteland of KummaLiberal Democratic Socialists“The odds are amongst us”
2.The Implying Implications of StudutopiaCivil Rights Lovefest“*tips fedora*”
3.The LA KINGS STANLEY CUP CHAMPS of Starman DeluxeCorporate Police State“STANLEY CUP MO F*IN CHAMPIONS FOO!”
4.The Kingdom of ZUChatDemocratic Socialists“The Groose is Loose”
5.The Browncoat Bastion of TallsvilleLeft-Leaning College State“We are just too gorram pretty for God to let us die.”
6.The Country of NosyajDemocratic Socialists“Believe in yourself or something; I don't know.”
7.The Unified Empire of New DraygoniaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The light of Crystalis Protects us.”
8.The Acting Founder of Hyrule of South MalaysiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Amity moreover Liberty.”
9.The Pragmatic Disciples of Jerry ChristBenevolent Dictatorship“The right path is what's left.”
10.The Congress of The-CrowIron Fist Consumerists“Always A Winner!”
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Hyrule Regional Message Board

I hope Zelda U is a lot like Battlefront

The Country of Nosyaj wrote:I hope Zelda U is a lot like Battlefront


like... the original battlefront? battlefront 2? or the thing they released last year?

I finished Twilight Princess HD last night. That game was much better than I remember, but I only ever played it once before this time.

The LA KINGS STANLEY CUP CHAMPS of Starman Deluxe wrote:like... the original battlefront? battlefront 2? or the thing they released last year?
I finished Twilight Princess HD last night. That game was much better than I remember, but I only ever played it once before this time.


I changed my mind I think it should be more like Gran Turismo 5.

I also played TPHD after having only played the original once and I liked it a lot more than I remembered. The dungeons were pretty great, much more memorable than WW's.

I find it closely resembles Q-bert, with elements of Burgertime and Dig Dug.

I am still pretty early on in TPHD, I only get an opportunity to play it every once in a while; if I remember it right, the first time (Wii) it took me about 60 hours of play time to finish, so hopefully I will complete it sometime before the sun burns out.
I did beat Phantom Hourglass today, and I have to say I think it is one of the best Zelda games. The whole Sands of Time mechanic made it more complex and interesting, and it was unusual to have to come back to a dungeon several times with progressively better equipment. It's really rewarding after spending nine-tenths of the game running scared from the invincible Phantoms, to just be able to take them out with one hit and explore unhindered. Bellum (the final boss) was intimidating, but easier to defeat than I expected.

can't wait to get my hands on the new zelda game called zelda and the beast of the wind its gonna be sick

I'm looking forward to the new Zelda too, looks pretty good.

Hello, guys, just wanna see what's going on....

South Malaysia and Henry IV Bolingbroke

You know. Relaxation. Zelda-talk.

Henry IV Bolingbroke

The Country of Nosyaj wrote:can't wait to get my hands on the new zelda game called zelda and the beast of the wind its gonna be sick

Um, I think that's called Breath of the Wild. It does look amazing. I watch all the Commonwealth Realm videos on YouTube. They are pretty much full-time Zelda theorists.

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