The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is nearly 16 years old (makes you feel old, huh?), but it doesn’t mean that there aren’t new things to discover and theorize about. Take this video for example, where Austin from Game Theorists tackles the ecological effect of the titular conductor’s baton and the implications of its use. If you haven’t noticed by the thumbnail, the results are disastrous.

Austin puts a few uses to the test, mainly the Song of Passing and the Wind Requiem, the latter turning out to be the most dangerous and chaotic of the two. For a lesson in meteorology and why the conductor’s baton is a deadly relic, check out the video above. And be sure to let us know what you think in the comments!

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