Formations of The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures
There are 6 formation in single player, and 4 in multiplayer (if you are controlling 2 or 3 Links). To change formations, use the 'L' button on the GBA and the C button, 'L' button or D Pad on the GCN. First, here are the two most basic formations: Break Control one Link as the others follow the exact path. To return to this position, press 'X' or SELECT. Individual Allows you to control one Link while the others go inactive.
 Box Formation (Single Player Only)
The Links will go in a two by two square; this is most useful stance if you want to move while attacking in an open area. You will also use this stance if you need to lift 2x2 rocks or trees.
 Cross Formation (Single Player Only)
The four Links stand back-to-back. This is useful if you want to fire an item in four directions, but not so much when you are surrounded, this is becasue each Link is still vulnerable to attack and moving is hard, unless you want to do a spin move that is.
 Horizontal Formation
Have the Links stand in line horizontal to the screen. This is useful for advancing on enemies and covering a wide area. You will often use this stance when pushing or lifting large objects.
 Vertical Formation
Have the Links stand in line vertical to the screen. This is useful for advancing on enemies and covering a wide area. You will often use this stance when pushing or lifting large objects.
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