The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages and Oracle of Seasons
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- General Onox: Hya ha ha! I have found you, Din, Oracle of Seasons! You hid yourself well, but you cannot escape Onox, General of Darkness! (Link stands in front of Din as the tornado comes her way) Get out of my way, boy!
- Veran: Thank you, Link. You allowed me to pass through the Sacred Barrier! I've been waiting for this moment! I am Veran, Sorceress of Shadows!
- Zelda: (after waking up) Uhhn... Link! ...It's ended. Thank you, Link. You halted the completion of the rites that would have revived Ganon! Since they could not sacrifice me in their final rite, the powers of darkness could revive only a mindless, raging Ganon. Your power, wisdom, and courage were able to prevent Twinrova's planned resurrection of Ganon. Now hope and peace can return to the hearts of the people. Thank you! You are a true hero! Let us return to the others! (the castle crumbles) Oh, no!!! The castle is crumbling now that the powers of shadow wane! We must get out of here! (the castle continues to crumble) !!! What do we do...?
- Great Maku Tree: (female) Link, you did it!I knew you could! Leave this to me! (Link and Zelda began glowing, they appear in front of the Maku Tree) Welcome back, Link! Now the world is at peace! I knew you could do it, Link! And I knew you'd come back...
- Nayru: Welcome back, Zelda, and you, too, Link. It's all over, isn't it?
- Din: I knew you would find a way, Link! Let us dance together again!
- Impa: Zelda! I am glad to see you return safely... Link! You are all I expected! I always believed in you!
- Zelda: Link... The three triangles on your left hand symbolize power, wisdom, and courage-- these are the mark of the hero who is fated to appear when peace crumbles in Hyrule. With the Essences of Nature and Time and the courage you posses, you have fought back the powers of evil! The guidance of the Triforce has made you inti this legendary hero! Thank you, Link. (she kisses Link on the cheek, the Maku Tree begins crying)