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 Wind Waker night sky??... 

Is it just a coincidence??
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 Wind Waker night sky??... 
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Pokemon Ranger
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Is it me or can I actually see Orion and the Bears on the hyrule night sky??

I can perfectly identify Orion with Sirius and ummm...Bellatrix ( I just remember those two from Harry Potter, but actually, most of the black line is based on star names...)

Anyway, at night you can perfectly see Orion, and I believe I can also see Pleaides (sp?)

I'm also beggining to think that the 'hero of time' statue in the underwater castle has the same pose as the constellation Orion...weird huh...and also Orion is called either the warrior or the hunter...representing Link in modern times....(modern times, hero of time...get it? oh just forget it...hehe :mrgreen: )

What do you think??

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Sat Feb 24, 2007 6:21 pm
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I've never seen those 2, but I have seen Big (Maybe little) Dipper before.
Perhaps the entire thing with constellations and the statue, is to confuse us? :-D
I only have seen then when I get lost, and search using the telescope.

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Wed Jul 14, 2010 10:46 am
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