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Clock Town
Submitted by: DK3
January 18, 2013
 
Clock Town is the largest town found in the land of Termina as seen in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask and is the center of all trading that is done in the land. The town is comprised of four main districts, one in each compass direction as well as a small area in the southwestern corner known as the Laundry Pool. The town is positioned right in the center of Termina.

Clock Town's defenses lie in not only it's small brigade of soldiers who are generally posted at each of the four exits of the town, but also it's tall wall that surrounds the outlining border of the town, which seperates the town from Termina Field. Clock Town is a lively town that specializes in various arts and holds an annual Carnival of Time that draws in a large number of tourists. The town is ran by Mayor Dotour, who makes all the important decisions regarding the town, its residents, and the events that occur within the town. His wife, Madame Aroma, schedules the performances for the annual Carnival.
 
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The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo 64) - April 27, 2000





General Information
Name   Clock Town Origin   The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Location   Release Date   April 27, 2000
Availability   Default Home Stage of   Young Link
Size   Small-Medium Difficulty   Medium
Stage Layout

    The stage takes place on ground level in the center of South Clock Town facing north, so the Clock Tower is seen in the near background. A small, thin platform in the middle of the stage, extending off the front of the tower serves as the only other platform. On the left and right sides of the stage are walls that are actually other buildings, but on their roofs about halfway before actually crossing over to West or East Clock Town are the KO borders.


Hazards
Number Name Image Short Description
Hazard #1   The Moon   The Moon plays a very vital part in this stage, as it is the stage's only hazard and a prominent one at that. Throughout the course of the stage, the Moon will slowly descend upon the stage from its starting position in the sky. During its travel, time will pass and Clock Town will go from day to night and back to day. The stage will go through three day/night cycles before the Moon actually plays its part as a stage hazard. During the second day in the stage, it'll be raining, but this only plays a role as an asthetic feature and not a hazard. At midnight of the third day, the Carnival of Time officially begins as the Clock Tower's clock lifts up and falls backward, just as it did in Majora's Mask. This process is complete with a fireworks celebration. At this point, the Moon will be relatively very close to crashing into Termina. Over the next six 'in-game hours', the Four Giants will make an appearance as they walk onto the stage from each of the four compass directions and stop the Moon from crashing into Clock Town. After a struggle that lasts a minute in 'real time', they successfully push the Moon back into the sky and walk off again, starting the whole process over again from the first day. On occassion however, the Moon will actually crash into Termina, at which point the Clock Tower is visibly destroyed. Shortly before the Moon actually touches the ground, a bright light will flood the screen and all players will take 100% in damage before the light fades away and reveals the stage on the first day again.
Theme Music
Song Title   Clock Town (Second Day)
From   The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Composer(s)   Koji Kondo / Toru Minegishi
Song Title   Clock Town (Third Day)
From   The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Composer(s)   Koji Kondo / Toru Minegishi
Song Title   Clock Town (First Day)
From   The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Composer(s)   Koji Kondo / Toru Minegishi
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