Posts by Muigi


    And here I was talking to Shrukan about reasons why her splitting up was a bad idea. TT

    Now I'm afraid to even go on MSN because of that little action you did, CC.

    Okay, I guess I was kind of exaggerating when I said I'd be gone for life.

    But I AM still grounded until I get better grades. And midterms for my college don't come until February. :\

    Hey Sarah, or should I say L I N K. Ah whatever. xP
    Welcome to the Eternal Hyrule forums. Name's Muigi.

    And since everyone else did it, I might as well too.

    My real name is Brennan, but I prefer to be called Muigi when I'm online. I am 19 years old and I've been a gamer ever since the Atari 2600 came out. I've played many Zelda games in my lifetime, but I don't really have an obsession over it or anything. I just really like how the story of the games flow and relate to each other in some form or way. But personally, I'm more into the fighting games like Smash Bros. or Soul Caliber and the like.

    On Eternal Hyrule, I'm usually one of the gentle mods that try to keep trouble makers in line. That doesn't mean I'm not a nice guy though, I'm very easy to get along with actually. I used to be Admin here but ever since that little incident occurred (rather not discuss about it), I got demoted to Super Mod. To be truthful, I didn't really care if I was Admin or Mod. I just want to come to a forum where I can get along with other people and not have huge fusses left and right about the most silliest things. Long as you follow the rules here, you'll meet the nice side of me. Piss me off however, and I won't hesitate to get rough and show you the boot.

    But seriously though, welcome to the forums and we hope you have a wonderful time. ^^

    Today's update:
    Dedede's Final Smash: <Waddle Dee Army>

    King Dedede?s Final Smash is a mountain of Waddle Dees called the Waddle Dee Army!

    Hmm. I guess it?s in his character to leave the work to someone else.

    He whistles for something....

    Woah, what the-?

    It's raining Waddle Dees!

    You can?t tell from a picture, but the speed of these Waddle Dees is quite a bit faster than the ones he normally calls. You need to watch out to make sure you don?t suddenly get swept off the screen.

    But the most dangerous thing of all is that the spike-headed Gordos are also mixed into the crowd.



    Today we got two updates.

    The first shows how Final Smashes work.

    A Smash Ball appears! The tension rises. Since it gives you an attack as powerful as the name Final Smash implies, everyone will battle to the death to get it.


    You can?t get the Smash Ball by simply touching it. You have to bash it and smash it many times until the player who breaks the Smash Ball gets it.

    The Smash Ball?s endurance diminishes with each hit and with time.


    Once a character gets it and begins glowing on standby, he or she just does a standard special move to unleash the Final Smash. Just press the B Button without any directional input.

    It depends on the particular Final Smash, but simply pressing the button at a random time or place might not work to your advantage.

    So pick a position that your move will strike from. Or create conditions under which you will definitely hit your foes. Do all of this while glowing on standby.

    However, if the character on standby gets hit, he or she may fumble the Smash Ball!

    It's MY ball! Give it back!

    Do you use it as soon as you get it? Or save it for later? Do you run from an enemy who got it? Or do you chase him? You?ll need instant situational decision-making!

    And then there?s an element known as the Pity Final Smash. Once a significant point advantage is reached, the losing player is given a bonus chance. When you get this, you will reappear after a KO in Final Smash standby mode.

    Man, now everybody's gonna hate me. D:

    Now, if you don?t want to use Final Smashes whatsoever, you can restrict the appearance of this item in the Item Switch. If you just turn Smash Balls off, you?ll be set.

    The game-changing Final Smash. Using it is fun. Running from it is fun, too.

    I want to know how Samus is falling in that one screen....

    The second update is finally some original music that isn't from a certain character's series.

    "X: Tunnel Scene" (1:00)

    *see the site to hear the song*

    Composition Supervisor: Kazumi Totaka
    Arrangement Supervisor: Yusuke Takahama
    ? The copyright for this music is held by Nintendo.
    ? Check your volume settings.

    My song choices for this game were made very carefully after surveying song popularity, using opinions submitted to the Smash Bros. web site and listening to the songs themselves.

    But there are also some songs I added based entirely on my own whims. This one song is from a Japan-only Game Boy game called X. If a song is good, that?s enough for me.

    Of course, there is no X stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, but this time, the songs in Smash Bros. aren?t limited only to those series represented by characters and stages. We?ve pulled some that are from completely unrelated games.

    Can you expect to hear this song or that song? You?ll just have to wait and see.

    Interesting, ey?


    And I don't even care about the members, in all honesty. I have only become an Administrator to bring Eternal Hyrule to a higher and thus more important status on the internet. I'm not here to moderate over the forums, that's rather a job for the regular- and Super Moderators.

    Ookay, I'm sorry but this is where I have to step in.

    Admins have the same job as Super Mods, but just are able to have more control of what happens. Just because you're an Admin, doesn't mean you don't do duties that the other Mods can do. Admins can also help in cleaning the forum, ya know. I mean, look at me when I used to be Admin. I had the same exact powers as you do, but I still did the common modding duties. If the Admin doesn't pull his/her weight around a forum, then that's a sign of irresponsibility on the Administrator's part in my opinion.

    Before you say ANYTHING, know that I am not intending to attack you. I'm just putting in my two cents. Thanks for the thread hijacking, too.

    Today's update: Pokemon making their return

    If you haven?t played the last game or the one before that, you may be left wondering something like, "Why isn?t this Pok?mon or that Pok?mon in the game?" All I?ve been introducing are the ones new to this game.

    So now I?d like to introduce several of the Pok?mon that appeared in past installments that will be appearing again in Brawl.




    The likelihood of mysterious Pok?mon appearing is quite low. Mew and Celebi are especially rare, but they may leave you some kind of present.



    The last update revolved around past Melee stages returning, but today's update has to do with the Friend List part of Brawl's online.

    The Wii includes a function called Wii Friends, but you will register a separate list of Smash friends.

    Please exchange these numbers with your friends. Write a note, do it over the phone, or send it by e-mail ? just share your numbers with each other.

    Once you?ve both input your codes, it looks something like this.

    Oh! It comes with comments.

    You can enter your own icon and comments.

    This is where you enter your short taunt messages.

    The preparation ends there. After this, you won?t have to do it every time.

    So, let?s play a game! In that case, someone has to enter someone else?s game.

    The person who will host creates a room.

    Everyone can see the status of people on their Friend Roster.

    You can see if they?re online or hosting a match.

    If you want to play together, just select that person?s name and choose OK!

    Join someone who is hosting a match.

    Once all participants select OK...

    You can play.

    Yep. Simple.

    Simple is best.

    By the way, the circle at the top right of your Friend Roster approximates the connection quality of your last connection. The closer it is to blue, the smoother you?ll be able to play.

    Heh, real men use items. That's a good quote. xD

    (and double posted for great justice)

    Wow, how screwed up that is. I mean, sure he gave Twilight Princess an 8.8, but there's no reason to fire someone over their opinion of a game, even if that game is sponsored all over the place. There's no excuse for such actions.

    Maybe she dressed up as a dude and was a transvestite...

    If that were true, then it would be blatantly obvious to notice the different details that normals males don't have.

    Zelda uses Shiek as a disguise to make sure she didn't get caught by Ganon. The REAL Shiek is indeed a male, but from what I heard, he passed away before the future state of OoT began. Since his existence in that world was scarce to only being a few, Zelda was able to use Shiek's form as a disguise so that she could blend in with the surroundings and not get caught by Ganon and thus, sealing the fate of Hyrule.

    Least this is from what I've heard.

    So basically, ZT came back due to popular demand?

    Makes about as much sense as Sonic being put into the Brawl roster. Oh wait....

    Shiek is male, you guys.

    Magic can turn someone from a boy to a girl no problem. Just because Shiek = Zelda, does not automatically make Shiek a girl. Do you guys have any idea of what magic in the world of Fantasy can accomplish?

    Also, SSBM isn't related to Zelda other than the characters, so the laws behind that game don't apply to this topic.

    Shrukan, TK has a very solid point, but if you're wanting to stay there, then why not just post only in the RPG part of the forum?
    It isn't like they actually care what some people say, right? Most of it is just for fun. Hell, I hate Squall as much as you, but that won't change anything going on there. Just avoid the main discussion part of the forum if it makes you this upset.