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Hyrule RMB

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Please TG South Malaysia of Ness Snorlaxia

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Most Influential: 29th Most Rebellious Youth: 282nd Highest Economic Output: 329th+19
Most Politically Apathetic Citizens: 563rd Largest Publishing Industry: 637th Fattest Citizens: 662nd Most Cultured: 672nd Largest Populations: 674th Largest Black Market: 847th Smartest Citizens: 923rd Most Nations: 987th Nudest: 1,020th Largest Gambling Industry: 1,214th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,269th Most Stationary: 1,336th Highest Average Incomes: 1,580th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,598th Most Advanced Public Education: 1,645th Largest Welfare Programs: 1,701st Largest Soda Pop Sector: 1,707th Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 1,831st Largest Governments: 1,851st
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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!

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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, and Europa.

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

Regional Power: High

Hyrule contains 13 nations, the 987th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Compassionate Citizens in Hyrule

Exhaustive World Census tests involving kittens revealed the following nations to be the most compassionate.

As a region, Hyrule is ranked 6,230th in the world for Most Compassionate Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Implying Implications of StudutopiaLeft-wing Utopia“*tips fedora*”
2.The Cheesy and Memefilled land of ValliteInoffensive Centrist Democracy“If you fall off a horse, get back up and eat that horse”
3.The Kingdom of ZUChatDemocratic Socialists“The Groose is Loose”
4.The Country of NosyajDemocratic Socialists“Believe in yourself or something; I don't know.”
5.The Acting Founder of Hyrule of South MalaysiaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Amity moreover Liberty.”
6.The Rogue Nation of New TerminaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Time waits for no man, so hurry up.”
7.The Commonwealth of RAEWNNew York Times Democracy“++ N3rd Power -N Reason- N Existence- N Passion ++ ”
8.The Aberdonian Kingdom of Henry IV BolingbrokeIron Fist Consumerists“God Save the King”
9.The Federation of OihainemneiyetInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world”
10.The Congress of The-CrowIron Fist Consumerists“Always A Winner!”
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Hyrule Regional Message Board

The LA KINGS STANLEY CUP CHAMPS of Starman Deluxe wrote:Assuming you haven't figured some of these out in the past 6 days:
1) Pikango is in a specific town, he'll tell you where that memory is. Once you have that, good luck.
2) Yes, you need a specific number of heart. I got it with the minimum number of hearts possible.
It sounds like you're kind of doing what I did, completely exploring the world, getting as much as you can and then going after the divine beasts. Just today I finished off all 4 divine beasts.
I'm still searching for one more fairy fountain.

I think the last fairy fountain is on top of the mountain near Faron Woods, where it never stops raining and you have to climb. So I bet after the beast is calmed there, you can climb in good weather. I haven't found the last fountain either, but that's my suspicion as it's one of the few places I can't get to. I did conquer Divine Beast Vah Rudania(?), the Goron one. I can only hope the other ones are that simple; now that I know what to do, I could probably do the whole mission in 30 minutes, 2 minutes tops for the boss.

1) I actually stormed the border of the castle searching for it, and got that memory. It was worth the risk, given the amount of treasure chests there. I've done a lot better now that I found out you can use ANY shield to deflect Guardian lasers, even a pot lid. I got my share of practice in the Forgotten Temple, it's loaded with them. I also killed the Lynel in the coliseum ruins.

2) I did get the Master Sword, I was pretty close with the hearts too. There is a Korok all the way at the top of the Deku Tree, if you haven't tried climbing him.

The Congress of The-Crow wrote: I think the last fairy fountain is on top of the mountain near Faron Woods, where it never stops raining and you have to climb. So I bet after the beast is calmed there, you can climb in good weather. I haven't found the last fountain either, but that's my suspicion as it's one of the few places I can't get to. I did conquer Divine Beast Vah Rudania(?), the Goron one. I can only hope the other ones are that simple; now that I know what to do, I could probably do the whole mission in 30 minutes, 2 minutes tops for the boss.
1) I actually stormed the border of the castle searching for it, and got that memory. It was worth the risk, given the amount of treasure chests there. I've done a lot better now that I found out you can use ANY shield to deflect Guardian lasers, even a pot lid. I got my share of practice in the Forgotten Temple, it's loaded with them. I also killed the Lynel in the coliseum ruins.
2) I did get the Master Sword, I was pretty close with the hearts too. There is a Korok all the way at the top of the Deku Tree, if you haven't tried climbing him.


which fairy fountain's have you found? I got the one I was looking for. Super mad at myself that I didn't find it earlier. The Divine Beasts, since you've done so much with the game like I have, won't be too difficult for you.

1) Now that you've gotten the 12 memories, have you talked to Impa?

2) I learned about that Korok today actually. Also, you can't cut down the Deku Tree with an axe. I tried that.

The LA KINGS STANLEY CUP CHAMPS of Starman Deluxe wrote:which fairy fountain's have you found? I got the one I was looking for. Super mad at myself that I didn't find it earlier. The Divine Beasts, since you've done so much with the game like I have, won't be too difficult for you.
1) Now that you've gotten the 12 memories, have you talked to Impa?
2) I learned about that Korok today actually. Also, you can't cut down the Deku Tree with an axe. I tried that.


I have the one near Kakariko, the one near Tarreytown, and one in the west near the colosseum ruins. That place I thought was one just turned out to be the lake where Divine Beast Vah Ruta stays after you defeat it. I still don't know where the last one is, but I'm going on tour to all the small round lakes visible on the map. I did beat all four Divine Beasts now, and I also can do the "Major Test of Strength" easily (I'm guessing the Guardian Resist armor helps with that). One thing I can tell you after actually getting this shrine, is Eventide Island, the southeast-most place on the map. Unless you are trying to get ALL the shrines, or to impress your friends, it is NOT worth it!

1)Yes, I've talked to Impa and found that bonus. I'm still waiting for her to let me have that ball, though! I know where it goes.

I'm now pretty much going to go exploring for
a) that last Fountain,
b) any shrine quests or side-quests that I feel are worth the trouble,
c) interesting landmarks that probably have some type of reward

After all that is done, I'll try to take on Hyrule Castle. By then I'll be more than ready. I already have around 16 Heart Containers and 2+1/5 Stamina Wheels.
Do you know if the Luminous Armor has any kind of effect or bonus, or does it just look cool? I also bought all the Monster Masks. Those are definitely a worthwhile investment.

Also my Miiverse user name is MaoShan.

I'll give you a small hint, there is a side quest (I won't say which one) that will take you directly to the fairy fountain and a shrine. The actual side quest has nothing to do with the fairy fountain so don't expect a side quest that says "find fairy fountain".

I did that Eventide Island quest over the weekend, I actually really liked it. The quest forced you to start from scratch, take everything you've learned about the game and apply it to the island. I'm going for all the shrines, I have about 25 or so left. As of now, I have like... 24 or 25 hearts and 1 4/5 stamina wheels.

If you upgrade the luminous armor set to level 2 (so the mask, shirt & leggings) you blend in with stal enemies, much like the monster masks.

Wow, that's a cool effect, I was wondering what it would do. Kudos to you for trying to get all the shrines. I have 18 hearts and 3 (the max) stamina wheels. I took down a White-maned Lynel (you get a weapon with 78 attack power), and I did finally get that last Fairy Fountain. I'm working on buying the Monster Armor from Kilton, I could probably afford it all but I never sell anything I have less than 10 of.
Eventide Island: ...or, you could bomb the Hinox for a half-hour.
So, still exploring for now. It's getting even more fun, even though the enemies are harder (they are pretty much always Silver Bokoblins now).

The Congress of The-Crow wrote:Eventide Island: ...or, you could bomb the Hinox for a half-hour.


...or you could glide onto the belly of the Hinox while it's sleeping, take the sphere and run away. Congrats, you didn't have to fight the Hinox!

I finally beat Breath of the Wild yesterday! I was super overpowered so the final boss was pretty easy. I think the next time I play I'm going to skip all of the divine beasts to give myself more of a challenge.

Congratulations, so did I! I agree, I was MORE than ready, but I'm glad Ganon wasn't so hard, after all the work I put in to get to that point. I had exactly 100 shrines when I finished (sort of by accident, I was really just planning to explore the castle but just got impatient and went for the top), maybe around 120 Korok seeds. I had the Ancient Armor equipped (I didn't get it all upgraded though), and in the process of raiding the castle, I got pretty good at doing perfect guards against the lasers. As for regular Hinoxes, they don't even get a chance to get on their feet before they're dead--I had a lot of Ancient Battle Axe ++ and such. I'm going to complete all the shrines now, but I'm using the strategy guide for the rest. I didn't use it for clues until after I defeated Ganon. Plus, I'm not going to play four hours a night anymore after I should be in bed.
About giving yourself a challenge: In theory, you could go against Ganon armed with only your shorts and a pot lid and still win; you should try THAT!

Also, I don't know how soon it will happen, but I have my eyes set on the DLC Season Pass. There are loads of cool additions, definitely worth the money. Get ready to fight GOLD Lynels, and there is a Korok mask that homes in on hidden Koroks!

if anyone wants to watch people play video games very fast for a good cause, I suggest going to gamesdonequick.com where they are doing their bi-annual GDQ marathon. It goes until Saturday, all money raised benefits Doctors Without Borders

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