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I'm wondering what is your least favorite temple in LoZ. For me its the Water Temple in OoT. Its not that I don't like it I just think its really hard compared to all the other temples in OoT. And just so you no I just generally don't like the Water Temples in the LoZ series. THEY'RE SOOO HARD!!! D:<
I agree I really hate the Water temples in all of them!!!! To me they are more annoying than hard, the worst of the worst would be the water temple from Twilight Princess!!!
all the temples in link's awakening. i just did not like temples in that game. other than that, lakebed temple in TP. (I honestly like the water temple from OoT a lot, and I especially like the water temple from MM, it's very well-thought-out and challenging, and frankly just plain cool.)
The Great Bay Temple in Majora's Mask was my least favorite one.
Monty1408 just read my mind. Perhaps its part of a phobia of the idea of drowning, but I hate any and all water temples. I have bitter memories of getting terribly lost in Twilight Princess's Water Temple and thinking I was never gonna get out. It's usually worth it, though, for the cool-ass flippers you get.
I loved the Water Temple in Majora's Mask. You got to be a Zora, so it was the one water temple that felt natural because the mechanics of the character were specifically built for water. Another dungeon that I love is The Bottom of the Well in Ocarina of Time, because that entire dungeon is a red herring. All you have to do in that dungeon is go in, play the ocarina to drain the water, and crawl through the hole to kill the Dead Hand. Boom, you're done. The rest of the dungeon is just there to distract you and throw you off, which is brilliant.
Anyway, taking it back to a note of dungeons I don't like. I was never a big fan of Lord Jabu Jabu's Belly. Also, The Tower of Hera in LttP gave me a lot of trouble, because of the Moon Pearl. I spent hours walking around that place before I finally accidentally fell down a hole and that made me realize how to solve the puzzle. Also, the Eagle Tower from Link's Awakening. There's a puzzle in that dungeon where you have to throw a cannon ball at pillars to knock down levels of the dungeon. That one stumped me for a long time. I actually gave up on that game because of that dungeon when I originally played it. I stopped playing it for like a year. I finally went back to it and I guess my time away from it gave me some fresh eyes because I solved it almost immediately after picking it back up. But, that still stands as the Zelda dungeon that gave me the most trouble out of any Zelda game.
I know it's cliche and everyone's answer, but I hate the water towers. All of them. And the reason I hate them is because they are so masterfully designed. Always a fierce challenge.
Jabu Jabu was pretty difficult, but it was at least pretty wacky to be running around causing some boss indigestion. On the subject of the Water Temple, I merely thought it was hard. Water temples in general have always impressed me immensely from their visual standpoints and inventiveness. Lowering and raising the water levels in Ocarina was a great challenge. I guess I'm kinda lazy though and like the easy stuff (lol). Dungeons of any kind are just the ultimate reward for the terrific stuff you get.
The fire temple of Wind Waker, I don't why I just found it really unmemorable and the boss wasn't that fun in my opinion.
whaaaat i loved that temple, and gyorg
My least favorite would have to be... the city in the sky: twilight princess.
I hated Lakebed Temple, but the inside of Jabu-Jabu's digestive tract was boring, frustrating, and only redeemed by the boss.
I hated the second temple in Links Awakening, throwing pots at doors my a**
Turtle rock links awakening. Period.