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clock town is a great one. densely packed with interesting and well-realized characters, with a festive atmosphere straining to hide the worry and panic underneath.
the ocean in ww is one of my favorite full-overworld maps. it's kind of the opposite of clock town, huge and sparsely populated, but, well, that's the ocean, right? i get that it can be a drag if you're trying to get somewhere fast but personally I think it absolutely nailed the atmosphere of being alone in the empty ocean without being too annoying to actually travel (mostly because you can just point yourself in the right direction and wait if you want, instead of needing to constantly maintain your motion).
the great plateau is a perfect microcosm of botw's overworld as a whole, with tons of little things to find and experiment with as you're learning the game's mechanics. by far the best tutorial section of any zelda, and i like how the champion's ballad brought you back to it in a way that shows how you've grown since you first woke up there.
The great plateau is a perfect microcosm of BotW's overworld as a whole, with tons of little things to find and experiment with as you're learning the game's mechanics. By far the best tutorial section of any Zelda /.../
All this. Couldn't have said it better myself.
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