A faint warning played from behind the Deku Tree, and the results of that warning are now put into effect! The Chaos Dunk happens, and the resultant shockwave flares out from the direction of the Zelda world! Thankfully, the Deku Tree itself takes the brunt of it, and the shockwave only deals 30 damage to everything hit by it. This, unfortunately, kills both Talon and the things he was fighting.
Talon is able to revive in a nearby cave, on a bed that inexplicably exists there, using one of his Continues. Proceed? (I thought Talon had a Hylian Shield. My bad.)
Mount GaleTalon shows up in that cave I mentionned, Windhole Temple, and notes his surroundings. This cave is circular in make, with the bed being on the outer ring of land. In the center of the cave there's another circular piece of land, suspended over a hole by two bridges that attach to the outer ring. This hole is also blasting a current of air from beneath it, so it looks as though the center platform is a bit raised, rather than lowered.
There are two wooden chests on the platform. The bridges are connecting the two sides of the hole perpendicular to your line of sight from the bed, and you can walk around the entire perimeter. Also, you note that you haven't actually lost a continue! It was a bit unfair, that blast.
Mount GaleI don't see why not. Talon uses the updraft to activate his deku flowers, crossing the gap and reaching the middle platform without using the bridges. He opens the chests, and recieves three Cure Potions and three Remedies.
There's nothing important left in the Windhole Temple, so Talon exits onto the world map.
Oboro attacks all the enemies with Blazing Firefly.
(How the "multi-enemy" attacks in LaL works is basically an AoE attack in the original game, so depending on the size of the attack and position of it, I can have Oboro either choose his targets in this game.)