Well, I Think The CD-i Games Were Great And Even Though They Weren't Made By Nintendo, Who Gave The Rights? Also, CD-i Gets A Worse Rep Than Earthbound, But CD-i Deserves At Least A Mention Here, Besides, Link's Games Don't Have A Real Timeline In The 1st Place, Do They? 09:35, October 10, 2010 (UTC) Anomoynus

The CD-i games are non-canon, and Smash wikia does not cover non-canon media, so they should not be included in the article. Shark (talk) 09:41, October 10, 2010 (UTC)
They actually do have a timeline. Have you not played Orcina of Time? Majora's Mask is a direct sequel to it. No one cares if it is great or not. I think Sonic games are the best. I think No More Heroes 2 is the best. Sonic has some relevance. Do we have an article on Sonic Unleashed? No.--MegaTron1XDD 14:18, October 10, 2010 (UTC)
Actually Mega, the whole timeline thing is heavily debated, and there is no "official timeline". As such, while some Zelda games are direct sequels to another one, the relation between all the Zelda games is inconclusive until Nintendo does reveal the actual timeline between the games, if there is any. Omega TyrantTyranitarMS 14:59, October 10, 2010 (UTC)
Sonic Is Irrelevent To Link: The Faces Of Evil, The Best CD-i Game There Is, And If There's No Offical Timeline, You Can't Say Faces Of Evil Is Non-Canon (Performs 'Miles Edgeworth' Like Victory Pose) So Therefore I Win, 'Hero Of Koridai' Should Be Mentioned( 20:38, October 16, 2010 (UTC)) Anomoynus
Failure to comprehend what the mentioning of Sonic was about. You also did not win. Faces of Evil is non-canon as declared by Nintendo. Therefore, you lose.--MegaTron1XDD 21:15, October 16, 2010 (UTC)
HOLD IT! Remember What I Said About No Offical Timeline? If There's No Timeline Then We Can't Call CD-i Non-Canon, Nintendo Just Say That Because Of A Bunch Of Haters Who Never Played It In The First Place! Only 5% Of Haters Can Honestly Say They Think It's Bad, They Just Compared It To A Bunch Of Overated Games! I Gave CD-i A Chance And Loved It! You Should Give It A Chance As Well, Then We Can Talk About This! Also, In All 3 Smash Bros. Games Link Uses Bombs, There's Only One Place He Could Get Them From, 'Morshu's Shop'!
First of all, stop capitalizing every word you type. That's not how English works.
Secondly, canon and timeline are completely unrelated. Learn what the words mean before you argue about them.
Thirdly, it's your opinion against the opinion of both Nintendo and the entire internet. I don't think you're ever going to win that battle, so I suggest you save everyone the irritation and not try. Toomai Glittershine Toomai 11:35, October 20, 2010 (UTC)
Nintendo And The Entire Internet Vs. Me! That Doesn't Seem Fair, FOR YOU! This Is Much Easier Than My Usual Cases! If You Don't Play CD-i Then You Can't Make A Fair Arguement, Also CD-i Must Not Be Compared To Overated Games, If It Is, *Dramatic Close-Up* The Opinion Is Biased! And Remember, Link Can Only Get The Bombs He Uses In Smash Bros. From One Place, Morshu's Shop Of Lamp Oil, Rope And BOMBS!
It doesn't matter if we haven't played the CD-i. Guess who has? Zeldapedia. They know it's not canon. Nintendo says it's not canon. Link also got his bombs from OTHER GAMES. This is a completely useless argument that just says that you don't understand what we're saying. Post and you will be blocked.--MegaTron1XDD 14:25, October 20, 2010 (UTC)
I Post Not To Argue, But To Step Down, But You Were Marvalous Rivals, My First Loss At An Arguement, But I Will Not Be Let Down By Failure, *Singing* 'Goodbye Everybody, I've Got To Go, Gotta Leave You All Behind And Face The Truth!'


In the brawl section it is said that the clawshot is overly flashy as a means of recovery, making it less reliable then the spin attack, I just felt the need to point out that this is totally incorrect from a professional point of view. As a tournament worthy Link main, I can vouch for the validity of the clawshot as a means of recovery, and would say that this statement is pure opinion.-- 09:08, April 14, 2013 (UTC)

I definitely agree-it's saved me more then just a few times.

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