Posted on December 20 2017 by Rod Lloyd
The time has come, one and all. After a grueling twelve weeks of competition, across 18 games and two websites, we have reached the Finals of our Best Dungeon Tournament. We’ve seen titans fall and underdogs prevail in the past several rounds, but with the dust finally settled, the true Main Eventers have revealed themselves. These could-be champions need no introduction. They have stood strong in the pantheon of Zelda dungeons since their respective debuts. And this week, they will clash to determine which is the greatest Zelda dungeon of all time.
Stone Tower Temple (Majora’s Mask) Vs. Arbiter’s Grounds (Twilight Princess)
The Stone Tower Temple has stayed dominant throughout the entire tournament. Earning the most votes of any dungeon in the first five rounds, this labyrinthine superstar has a great degree clout going into this Finals Bout. With its clever flipping mechanic, memorable enemy encounters, awesome music, and a level of difficulty designed to test every skill the player has learned, the crown jewel of Majora’s Mask has truly earned its spot in the Finals.
The Arbiter’s Grounds have earned an equally impressive pedigree in the tournament thus far. After gaining healthy victories over every opponent faced, this desert fortress recently eliminated Breath of the Wild‘s Hyrule Castle from the tournament in decisive fashion. The Arbiter’s Grounds can be seen as the pinnacle of Zelda dungeon design, as it perfectly balances unique puzzles, a striking atmosphere, and fun item mechanics. Like a Poe steals a torch’s fire, this dungeon may just steal a Finals win.
So, it’s time to decide which is the better dungeon: Stone Tower Temple or Arbiter’s Grounds
Which is the Better Dungeon?
- Stone Tower Temple (Majora's Mask) (54%, 354 Votes)
- Arbiter's Grounds (Twilight Princess) (46%, 307 Votes)
Total Voters: 661
Here’s some important tournament information:
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See you in a week!