Bridge of Eldin

Bridge of Eldin
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[edit] Background

The Bridge of Eldin came from the newest Wii Legend of Zelda game called Twilight Princess. When you come to the bridge in Twilight Princess you are trying to save a boy from the King Bulblin and Lord Bullbo. The Twilight Realm is also in this area.

[edit] How it plays

When playing on Bridge of Eldin, it is extremely flat. You just play on the whole bridge and that is it. Some times King Bulbin and Lord Bullbo ride across the bridge and place a bomb in the middle. You can get hurt by Bulbin and Bullbo, but if you attack them then there is a short time where he can not hurt anyone. Once the bomb goes off, the section in the middle of the stage is gone, leaving a gap between the two sides just like in Twilight Princess. Eventually, a portal that Midna makes in Twilight Princess will come and fill the gap up with the stage piece and you are back to playing like you did before it blew up. If you attack Bulbo repeatedly, he will be knocked off the bridge, making for a very good snapshot moment.

[edit] Music

  • Main Theme (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Ocarina of Time Medley
  • Title (The Legend of Zelda)
  • The Dark World
  • Hidden Mountain & Forest
  • Hyrule Field Theme
  • Main Theme (Twilight Princess)
  • The Hidden Village
  • Midna's Lament

[edit] Glitch

There is also a glitch that can be used on this stage. The characters needed are Yoshi and Jigglypuff. First get a Smash Ball for Jigglypuff. Then before activating it wait until the ground breaks when King Bublin throws a bomb. Now as soon as you see the ground beginning to form again jump down there with Jigglypuff so you are about in the middle and use Jigglypuff's Final Smash. When the ground stops forming and becomes whole again you will be the size you were able to accomplish. Now here is where Yoshi comes in. Use Yoshi's Neutral B move and turn Jigglypuff into an egg. This makes Jigglypuff become twice as big!

Last edited by Gotenks on 27 May 2011 at 14:29
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