Zelda: The Trident of Power

Well now I'm working on a DLC of this fangame (which will be the last thing I'll do in this game). Unfortunately the progress is going very slow because I've had some problems and I haven't had much free time. But I hope to have it ready by the beginning of 2022.

I would like to think about some future game, but as I said before, I have very little time, so for now I don't have anything in mind.

Anyway, thanks for the support!

Zelda: The Trident of Power

Hello again, I've put together a quick-text document containing all the open side-quests, hidden sidequests and mini-games that can be found in this game. The information that I used here were from version 1.01 and 1.02. If the next version has any new changes I will try my best to update the document. I hope this helps and just to note this is just a quick list of a number secrets I've found in the game. Anyone else is more than welcome to add more depth to this document if you wish and hope you all have a great day.


Ohhh great, could you also share it on the game Discord? sure many players will appreciate it.

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No, the armor with the highest defense is red (sheikah). As for the final battle I can only say that yes, it is difficult, as all final bosses should be! hahaha.

You can watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5I-69gWffM&t=280s

Maybe it will help you to have an idea of what attacks to use (also, I think it's important that you have at least 70 silver fragments).

Finally, that code you saw in the Zora Domains, it's a secret code that works in conjunction with other totems around the game. It has no direct impact on the game.


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Anyone have any tips on beating the mini-boss in the Desert temple? I am having a with the repetitive button you are suppose to press. It feels like the repetitive button pressing isn't working correctly.

Are you sure you are pressing the Z key?
Sometimes the sprite generates confusion with the 2 key.

Zelda: The Trident of Power

I intend to release an "Artbook" with fanarts of the main characters of the game and there I was thinking of adding the backstory of each character to complement what is presented in the game. It would be great to release it in both English and Spanish. It might even be released together with the DLC. Only time will tell.

I will check the bug with the name, it seems to be only presented in slot 2.

Lastly, I just downloaded version 1.02 from this same page, checked, and I don't get the forest bug. Could you download it again, copy and paste the save files, and let me know? I would appreciate it.

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Really thank you very much for all your comments and for playing and completing the game.

I must say that English is not my native language (the game originally came out only in Spanish, and was translated to English by a collaborator), so I apologize if I make a mistake or write something wrong.

About the bugs:
Thank you very much, I will try to fix them. The one that worries me the most is the Lost Woods, could you send me a screenshot of the specific place where the problem was?

About the typo with the name, I don't know what could have produced it, because I tested and it came out correctly. Sorry.

About the tips:
The programming of the battle system is closed, with its positive and negative things. Changing it involves too much work, so it will not be possible. I will take into consideration the rest of the comments you made.

The game is already finished, so no more cups will be added in addition to the four existing ones. But I can tell you that I am working on a DLC for the game that will include an extra dungeon and new boss battles. For more information you can follow the facebook page or the discord channel.

Finally about your final doubts, let's see:
1) Melder spied on his allies because he has a manipulative nature. He liked to keep control of things, as having clarity of all information he could give good advice to Anariuz. He worked for Anariuz only, for a matter of ambition, he believed that Anariuz was the right person to conquer the world, and being his closest advisor put him in the best possible position.

2) There is a type of dark arcane magic called "Blood Magic". It is a type of magic that needs sacrifices to work. It is the same one that the Noldor used to curse the Teleris, and it is the same one that Anariuz teaches Thaneris. How Anariuz learned blood magic has to do with his past, but unfortunately this was not addressed by the game. But basically, Anariuz in his youth traveled through many places and with Melder's guidance managed to acquire this power. Still, it is a power he does not use much, as it involves sacrifices. When Anariuz meets Thaneris and recruits her for the Empire, he gives her to a scythe cursed with blood magic. The scythe gives great power to the user (both physical and magical), but at the same time, the weapon demands blood and this ends up affecting the user's mind.

The name issue, well, that too, is part of the characters' backstory that was not included in the game. Lucy was the name of a stuffed animal that Thanerys and Miya's mother secretly gave her daughter. This since the Gerudo after the purge, they couldn't waste resources even on toys, but Thaneris being her youngest daughter, she did it anyway. After her mother's death, in a fit of grief, Thaneris destroys the stuffed toy Lucy; and years later, after meeting Anariuz, she begins to hear voices from the scythe, and she (who already had a fragile mind) hallucinates that Lucy, her toy, had possessed her weapon.

Best regards and thanks for your support!

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In the first phase (the one with the crystals) only use the shield and arrows (hopefully the silver ones). In the second phase, always look for the right moment to hit him with a light arrow (for example, after his vertical attack, when he falls to the ground, you can always hit him with an arrow).
When attacking with the sword, always place yourself in a diagonal tile to him.

You can watch a video of the battle here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5I-69gWffM&t=19s

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Does anyone know the location of all silver fragment pieces in Hyrule Field. I'm missing one, and I'm not sure which one it is I need. I've paid the shiekah by the way, but all I know is I have 6 of 7

The pieces are as follows:

1) Eastern Hyrule Field: on the way to Kakarillo Village.
2) Weastern Hyrule Field: it is a cave behind a hole.
3) Weastern Hyrule Field: on a hillside next to the Potion Shop.
4) Central Hyrule Field: in the north part of the castle (this area can only be accessed in the final part of the game).
5) Northern Hyrule Field: in a cave behind a hole.
6) & 7) Spiritual Paranoia

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Back in Sandoria (after completing the Ice Palace) there's a girl on a bench that complains she doesn't get to see her boyfriend enough. I saw in a Let's Play that her boyfriend was a soldier outside the castle but he never appeared there in my game. It was in Spanish so I didn't understand much. He gave Link a black necklace and he returned it to the girl and they reunited getting some award that resembles a peapod lol. Did I miss something to trigger this event?

First you must talk to the guy who is in the basement of the inn. What you saw is part of the Love Guy Sidequest.

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Well I gotta say a I had a blast with the game(Got Ending A). As someone who plays a lot of Zelda Classic quests, it was neat seeing what you managed to do in RM2k3. Some of the hit detection felt weird (especially with the Moblin Fortress boss), but I like how complicated a lot of the later fights were.

There was something I was wondering about though:

I saw at the end of the game that I had 14/14 Sidequests completed, but I wasn't able to save Irma. Is the locked door in the Ice Palace right before the boss room tied to saving her? I went to the elf who gave details on her earlier sidequest, and she mentioned that it might have been possible to help her.

Regardless of that, I had a lot of fun; I hope to see more from you in the future!

Great that you have completed the game! If you give me the time play of your game, I can add your log to the Zelda ToP community discord.

Btw, the Ice Palace room you say opens with an extra key from the temple and only takes you to a Piece of Heart. Regarding Irma, everything that happens to her is part of the story, it can't be changed.

What Sirael mentions in Sirion is related to the theme that the DLC I'm working on will have. Yes, Zelda Trident of Power will have an expansion! It will be released in a few months.

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