|The Bridge Glidge|
|Game||Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past|
|Date Aired||May 10th, 2014|
|Playlist||A Link to the Past|
|Last Episode||Fish That Suck Fish|
|Next Episode||Ganon's Secret Base (Episode 6)|
The beginning of the episode has Jirard taking the easy way out of climbing down Death Mountain: Saving and Quiting. Jirard then goes over the agenda for the episode, as well as going over his new favorite glitch.
Jirard's favorite glitch happens near the middle of the episode, but takes quite awhile to pull off, put once he does it, he manages to skip Agahnim's Tower and go straight to the Dark Palace.
While farming for Rupees, Jirard dies yet again, netting him two deaths. Again, as with the last episode, Jirard has a spare fairy, so the death only slows him down. He then died again, but without a fairy, he is sent back to BEARD's House. To make himself feel better, he got himself an ice cream sandwich and ended the episode.
- Master Sword obtained!
- Ether Medallion obtained
- The Master Sword is referred to as "The Sword of Evil's Bane" and "The Sword of Time."
- The goddesses of Hyrule let Hylia protect the Triforce when they left the earth, so Hylia made a sword similar to the Master Sword called "The Goddess Sword," which is the sword in Skyward Sword.
- The Master Sword does not have a Fuller
- In the ALttP Boxart, the hilt of the Master Sword is golden, instead of the now-known purple.
- The Master Sword also has a Ricasso.
- The Master Sword is Indestructible, as since it can't be touched by evil, it can't be destroyed.
- The Master Sword can dispel barriers.
- In Twilight Princess, it is said that the Sages had something to do with the creation of the Master Sword, although they didn't. Liars!
- There's always money in the banana stand.
- Alex started a playthrough of Mother 3 so that he could help Jirard a bit in the game.
Question of the WeekEdit
This week's question is a bit unclear, as Alex starts to say words, but is then cut off by Jirard. However, this is rougly what Alex was meaning to say (probably).
Can you find any myths of paying a monkey to guide you through the darkness? If you can, tweet it at Alex.