Sage of Time

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Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2015 Oct 12 - 20:48

When this song came on, it immediately brought tears to my eyes. :')
It is a very beautiful version of Ballad of the Goddess.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2015 Sep 20 - 16:35

This version of the Song of Time gives an added "force" to the song that really adds to my enjoyment of the song.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Fri, 2015 Aug 28 - 01:54

the name reminds me of Fistful of Rupees, and the song as a slight western undertone to match. I love it! :)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Fri, 2014 May 30 - 00:55

This song brout back many memories from my childhood, and I love it. The different sounds blend together very well, like Fi's voice, Tatl's chime, and the music.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 May 28 - 21:27

I couldn't help myself, and I must have been partly lost too, because some of the parenthasis are off.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 May 28 - 21:22

I just realized that I had made a mistake when I typed the above message. The trains were in the adult timeline, not the downfall… Sorry about that!

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 May 27 - 00:27

This is definatly one of the more battle like versions of this song, and I could immagine this playin durring an encounter with an enemy.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 May 27 - 00:07

As soon as I heard this, I fell in love wit the song. It perfectly matches the atmosphere of those final hours, the rus to save Termina.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 May 07 - 19:19

I love the nice, relaxing chirping of the birds make in the background. It creates a nice feel to the song

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 May 07 - 19:13

I've been away from Radio Hyrule for a few months, so I missed the recent expansion to the library. And this song is one of the first to come on, and it is AMAZING! I can't wait until I hear the rest of the new songs ;)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Apr 01 - 21:10

Click the “main stream” or “ lo- fi” buttons near the top right hand corner of the page. Alternatly, you can buy the app

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Mar 30 - 20:49

Thanks for reminding me that i forgot to put this song on my favorites!

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Mar 30 - 20:47

I have tried everything to capture the majesty of this song, from drawing to wrighting, but no matter what, i can't do it!

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Mar 30 - 20:35

Technically it was the downfall timeline, not an alternate dimension. Also, The Legend of Zelda series does have the technology, it is just not applied to karts, and the characters do have the time (Link, Zelda, and Nayru [the oracle, not the goddess] at least, do to their time travel abilities [varying on the game, of corse]). But i do agree that they should not make an LoZ version of Mario Kart, because it would be pointless, and the concepts behind Mario and Zelda are completely different (Zelda is exploration, action, puzzle, and story based, while Mario is just action and fun [if you can call repeatably running and jumping “fun”] based).

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Feb 18 - 20:26

Just favoret every song in the album, effectivly causing you to favoret the album

Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2014 Feb 17 - 22:06

This song makes me want to lie back and relax. It also makes me wish i had a boyfriend to snugle up to while listining to this song, which i am not likely to get any time soon, due to the fact that i have only come out of the closet to two of my closest friends (and a friend of a friend) at the moment

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Feb 13 - 19:43

This is my second most despised song on Radio Hyrule. It just… hurts to listen to. Fun fact Sakon is the only nonenemy NPC in the Legend of Zelda series (that i know of at least) that can be murdered by link

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Feb 13 - 19:30

Your welcome! I had the term in a packet i had for english (who knew rhetorical strategies would apply to nonlituarure stiuations :)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Feb 13 - 00:56

“Litotes: a form of understatement in which a thing is affiremed by stating the negative of its opposite.” This spacific Litotes has became a large part of american jargon to mean “very good”

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Feb 13 - 00:14

I am bad at spelling, so i find it hard to differentiate words that have simmlar sounds

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Feb 12 - 23:30

I was TWO when Ocarina of Time came out, and i was perfactly happy running up to redeads and harvisting magic from them, and i was not creeped out at all by Twinrova's laugh (i hated actually going into the dungeons on my own, because i hated the feeling dying [i was two, so i died a lot in dungeons because of the lack of escape routes and high enemy volume], but i did watch my dad go through the dungeons (i did like going through the Deku Tree and Forest Temple, however [most likely because i love trees, and went camping a lot between ages 4-10]). Majora's Mask, on the otherhand, i did not often play as a child (because my dad could not get past the first dungeon, and the moon kept falling on me, preventing me from exploring as much as i wished [nowadays i can apreaciate Majora's Mask's dark tone and storyline])

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Feb 12 - 23:01

I am a HUGE Majora's Mask fan, but i do not like this song (it is almost my least favorite song on RH, only trumped by the other Zelda rap [which i never bothered to remember the name of] and Sakon's Artista). Here's why: 1) it's a rap, and i hate raps; 2) it… doesn't fit with… Majora's Mask at all. There are six things that are acerate with the song (Majora's Mask, Skull kid and the stone tower temple's existence, the Ocarina of Time, four giants and the music), but the rest of it is not majora's mask (since when does Zelda tell Link to find Majora's Mask [“and with the beckoning call of the princess…”], for example); 3) the song makes Link sound like a GANG MEMBER who is OBSESSED with power (ANYONE else see a PROBLEM with those two things); 4) it's a rap (yes, i listed it twice); 5) the song hurts my sanity (not as much as the songs that i hate more than this one, but it still does). Now you have your answer

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Feb 12 - 19:49

What do you mean?

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Feb 12 - 03:03

Ironically, i am better at spelling in my spanish class than in english (i am a verry phonetic speller)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Feb 11 - 02:53

I am a terrable speller, and for some reason my phone's spell cheacker gets temperamental on this site, abd refuses to let me replace the incorrect spellings

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Feb 09 - 17:08

Or because it IS only two minutes long, which i just relised after checking the length

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Feb 09 - 17:06

This is one of my favoret songs to daydream to. My only complaint is that it always seems to be over in a minuet, probably because i lose track of time when I space out.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sat, 2014 Feb 08 - 19:47

The bremen mask is a small example of how messed up the lives of Terminans are in Majora's Mask. The song that plays while using this mask's abilities is a marching tune, which symbolises how people either turn to authority (some form of leader, which could be a government official, god, or cult leader) or become anarchists (and thus do not “play fallow the leader” during a metaphorical marching tune). The album art depicts an apocalypse, which defiantly counts as a crisis. Therefore, the cover does match the song.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Feb 06 - 21:08

I have to agree, to an extent. I like the song (other versions included), but it sometimes brings back stressful memories from my childhood

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Feb 02 - 18:10

this is primarily because I stopped watching anime and cartoon shows when I began to watch live action sci-fi shows (I think it's because they seemed more real to me).

Submitted by Sage of Time on Fri, 2014 Jan 31 - 20:09

The song is great for day dreaming/spacing out. I should know, i'm a professional

Submitted by Sage of Time on Fri, 2014 Jan 31 - 19:53

The show is dark and suspencefull, which is only increased by its isolation (it takes place in the middle of the Arctic, so it is DEFANATLY isolated). Also, you never see the sun after the initial scenes, so it gais a surreal quality, which makes it easy to beleave that anything can happen. Then there's the people who are infected, who start rambling about conspiracies, and trying to escape, some denying that they are infected. The ones who become beastal are called vectors (term for those who activly try to infect others). Also, little reason is given for the outbreak, only conjecture, becouse of the secrets being kept, so you this there wondering what is actually HAPPENING! So i defenatly recomend that you start watching it.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Jan 30 - 21:02

I just relized that the Triforce is like a more powerfull form of that wish-granting kettle that keeps spitting out ferrets, with a few extra features

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Jan 30 - 20:44

Of cource i watch Wh13, it is one of the BEST SHOWS EVER. The Triforce would make the perfect addition to its shelves. A possible backstory could be about a Legend of Zelda fan who created a Triforce replica and wished on it every noght for X amount of time or something, till it was imbued with the essence of the goddesses.
P.S. I also watch Helix, Eureka, Lost Girl, Haven, Defiance, etc.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 29 - 23:34

In the calm of the storm, one is at peace, and is able to be free to let one's thoughts wander, while the surounding area is in chaos.
In the calm of the storm, one weights for his or her eventual fate.
There are no worries, not here, not now.
Only peace.
And when fate finally comes, when one is finally consumed by the awesome and unstopable power of Mother Nature, than one worries no more.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 29 - 19:24

However, it is easy to see how three pieces of an ALL POWERFUL artifact can be an overwhelming. Just look at all the events that happen in Warehouse 13 when extremely powerful artifacts are split into just TWO pieces (a person being possessed by a book, a random pendulum with an ax attached to it appearing out of nowhere, etc.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 29 - 19:15

I'll be sure to check it out

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Jan 28 - 21:38

This is one of my favorite songs on this album , the other one being “when she needed you”

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Jan 28 - 21:36

I enjoy this song whenever i hear it, and a love how this version adds the Wolfos' howls to the song

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Jan 28 - 19:12

I am in agreement. Plus i love commenting and replying to comments :)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2014 Jan 27 - 22:54

First impression of this song: “ugg, I don't like this already [unplugs earphones and leaves in the middle of the Deku Tree's scene]”
Second listening: “this song again! Can't... reach... plug... [after deku tree's part] Huh, this song is pretty good…”
Third listening: “THIS SONG IS AMAZING!”
What I am trying to say by this post, is that, in my opinion, this song has a rocky start, but picks up quickly. Also, it gets better with each successive hearing.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2014 Jan 27 - 22:41

A lot of the things he tells you are obvius aswell. Such as “check the map if you are lost”, “Hyrule castle is this way”,etc.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2014 Jan 27 - 00:03

And also the song of unhealing, which is not in that many songs on Radio Hyrule, unfortionatly

Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2014 Jan 27 - 00:00

The main part of this song that i like is Skull kid's laugh at the end

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Jan 26 - 23:55

This song is amazing, and takes me back to trying to find skull kid so i could get out of that place, where physics seem to bend. I would have been fine there, however, if his puppets would stop attacking me...

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Jan 26 - 23:07

The tag “sudden-inexplicable-urge-to-mash-buttons” fits this song perfectly. I can't count how many times i pressed “A” one two many times during one of Kaepora Gaepora's speeches, and had to go through it all over again (which, now that i think about it, is not suprising, considering that i have been playing Ocarina of Time since i was two years old)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Jan 23 - 21:52

That is a good triforce, althogh the Triforce of Courage's right corner is a little misaligned.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Jan 23 - 21:48

Did not realize that the "absurdly long" part was a joke

Submitted by Sage of Time on Thu, 2014 Jan 23 - 21:47

I realized that, but i can be OCD about correct information sometimes

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 22 - 22:39

Zelda's Gracefull Nightmare is about zelda falling asleep and having a nightmare (implied by Zelda's Lullaby being played at the begining, and the tital). Zelda's Nightmare seems to be about her greatest fear, rather than a dream (implied by the robotic voice stating the side effects of touching the triforce [the voice trails off as it gets to the “if sombody with an evil heart...” part]).

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 22 - 21:32

That rupie is well done. I tried making a triforce out of /'s &\'s, but it did not work out

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 22 - 21:28

Some parts of it do seem to drag on, but in my mind, the absurdly long tag is reserved for songs over 10-15 minnets.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 22 - 21:26

From what i've seen, quite a few people in the zelda series seem to be adicted to milk, not coffee (unless coffee has milk in it. I don't drink it, so i don't know). Besides, she was saying Kafei, not coffee

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sat, 2014 Jan 18 - 19:58

Thus concludes the tragic love story of Kafei and Anju... May the Hero of Time save Termina and end the endless tragity of its inhabitents lives

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2014 Jan 15 - 23:21

I had a simmiler thought, which is why it is my favoret temple. The thought invalved the Forest Spirits that Saria mentioned, the fact that the temple looks like it was once inhabited, and how physics seems to stop applying (the twisting hallways for example).

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2014 Jan 07 - 23:27

I said "generally" didn't I? However, I did not know about the tax

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2014 Jan 05 - 17:46

the reason the app is not free is because Radio Hyrule requires funds, which come from the app and donations. Plus the app is only about 99 cents (Using U.S. currency), which is less than one song generally is on iTunes.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Mon, 2013 Dec 23 - 18:46

The forest temple is my favorite temple in Ocarina of Time, and has the best music in my opinion. This song makes me feel like i am standing at peace in one of the temple's courtyards... The fealing is amazing.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2013 Dec 17 - 00:33

I quite like these videos! I generally do not like the "wild west" type videos, but the zeldaness of this trilogy makes these videos worth it (in my opinion)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Tue, 2013 Nov 05 - 22:13

Click "Main Stream" under "listen now" in the top right hand corner

Submitted by Sage of Time on Wed, 2013 Oct 16 - 22:26

The "screeching/beeping" sounds i menchiond sound like brass instuments

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 21:55

So happy, so oblivius to the destruction loomming down upon them…

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 21:47

This song... Never listen to this in a dark alleyway on Friday the 13th... I love how the song overlays cherry and creepy music :)

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 21:41

I love how the album says 12-21-12 on it, connecting the "Mayan Appacolipse" with the Terminan Appocolypse

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 21:37

All songs on this album are amazing! They embody everything Legend of Zelda

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 21:25

I try to request this song every day since creating an account on Radeo Hyrule. I even thought about this song while creating my user name!

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 21:25

I try to request this song every day since creating an account on Radeo Hyrule. I even thought about this song while creating my user name!

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 20:28

I like the screeching/beeping like sounds that take place whenever there is something twilit around, and how they are placed in the song

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 20:19

This song gets really funny once the postman enters! It's basically a three way argument, with Anju being caught arguing with the post man, and being questioned by her mother

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 20:15

I love how the song starts out slow before getting faster. It reminds me of both sides of Twilight Princess: the calm and the action

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 13 - 20:08

This song reminds me of all the suffering Majora caused in the game, and also reminds me of everyone's suffering being cured by Link... It makes me long to play Majora's Mask once again.

Submitted by Sage of Time on Sun, 2013 Oct 06 - 16:53

To me, it sounds more like pokémon battle music than Legend of Zelda, but that could just be because of the istruments used and the pacing