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A Link To the Shadows

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Creator: skateboarder11 Genre: Dungeon Romper Updated: 27 Jul 2016 ZC Version: 1.92 B182 Downloads: 507 Rating[?]: Rating: 4.5/5 (23 ratings) Download Quest
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Description
Firstly, please play this quest in beta 184 if possible. If not, however, 2.5 should be fully tested and working.

This quest took me quite a while to complete, and I'm actually quite pleased with the result. It's a classic-styled quest which started off in version 1.90 and got upgraded around the time I hit the third level.

I've compiled an archive of tracker files for this quest which greatly enhances the experience. For those on slower connections or computers, don't despair! The quest still has a high quality MIDI soundtrack, as well.

As of V1.1 on July 27th, 2016, I've opted to package the trackers with the quest in hopes it'd get more people using them, as it seems like most people just run with the MIDI soundtrack. You can still grab the module files at this link. You will need an archive reader that supports the RAR format to export these songs. If you want the quest file without any trackers, you can grab it here.

If you're stuck in Level 8 with no hope of escape, replace your quest file with this one. It should fix the issue. (Make sure to redownload the trackers, though, as Level 5's song has changed as well!)
Story
It's... seriously just a generic quest. All you do is save Zelda.
Tips & Cheats
Never ditch a level once you begin. There ARE two key shops just as a fail-safe, in case... but it is completely possible to complete the quest without even touching them.
Credits
I've included credits at the end of the quest.

Thanks go out to Exate, Rambly, SNN, Nathaniel, Ironfist, Eppy, Sephiroth, Dustminion, Lithium, Dr. Mutagen, and anyone else I might have missed for beta testing. This quest would've bombed if not for you.

Additional thanks to Setzer and TK8305 for their playthroughs and additional testing, and Rambly for musical input.