Tag: Fi

Welcome back to another edition of our weekly Zelda Dungeon Talks! Throughout the long history of The Legend of Zelda franchise we have been introduced to many different types of characters. Whether they be passersby, arch enemies, inquisitive little faeries, or our beloved companions, we have seen many! Sometimes the most memorable character in a game is the companion you take with you along the way, they become your guide, your friend, and on occasion absolutely indispensable to the game….

Fi’s Lament is among the Zelda series’ most heart-wrenching tunes. Regardless of how fans responded to Fi’s characterization throughout most of Skyward Sword, the piece itself makes for one of the game’s standout moments. Longtime YouTube artist Thomandy recently put together a piano cover of the serene theme. Give it a listen after the jump!

Hey everyone and welcome to this week’s edition of Zelda Dungeon Talks! In most Zelda games starting from¬†Ocarina of Time¬†we see Link travelling through Hyrule accompanied by another. A special guide character that gives us hints on where to go and how to accomplish things. Fi, Midna, Navi, Tatl and Celia are all examples of these side characters. Sometimes, these characters can get really interesting and start developing and growing on us more as a character with a significant impact…

Love it or hate it, Skyward Sword did well in bringing the narrative aspects of the Zelda series to new levels. Between its placement as an origin story of sorts and the personal nature of the quest to rescue Zelda, the title’s plot did well to show some of the potential the series’ ongoing story has for expansion. Interestingly enough, one of the most fascinating characters introduced in this entry, the spirit of the Master Sword, Fi, seems to have failed to stand out as a companion…

It’s “baker’s dozen” week for the caption contest! Last week, I asked you to caption an image of our favorite wannabe fairy in Hyrule Warriors. As always, we did get some great responses from those that participated, but our numbers have dropped yet again, sadly. Regardless, as long as some of you are having fun with this, I’m going to keep doing it. So, I couldn’t find anything “baker” related to feature as this week’s image. But that’s okay, because I’m featuring a character… 

For a game series centered around a ‘silent protagonist,’ Zelda certainly doesn’t have a shortage of available means of communication. Every game offers some way for the story to be communicated to Link, and the ways people get in contact with him is as creative as it is varied. From Gossip Stones to songs to howling, you can always be sure of a unique way to interact with the people around you. Let’s take a look at a few of…

Good morning and welcome back friends, fans, and cyber interlopers (you know who you are) to our Tuesday Weekly Feature: the Photoshop Contest! For those who are new to this feature, fear not; this is a very straightforward contest. Simply photoshop or otherwise alter the image, screenshot, or whatever it is we give you for the week and turn it into something hilarious, cool, or anything in between! Once you’re fully satisfied with your creation, post it (make sure you’re logged in!) in the comments section at the end of this post…

For the most part Link walks the path of a loner in a vast majority of the Zelda series, and the few exceptions do little more than serve as a guide with only a few functions that actually effect gameplay such as Fi from Skyward Sword and Midna from Twilight Princess. With that in mind does Link actually need a companion, one who is more directly involved in helping Link progress through the dungeons?

It’s Monday, which means that it’s time for another Caption Contest. Last week, we poked some fun at an awkward situation between Link and Zelda. You all came up with some really great content and this week proved to be no different. The image that we asked you to caption last week featured a nervous Link, a scared Kikwi, and the ever annoying Fi. Of course, we are continuing the trend of featuring the images and text captions that were your favorites…

Week 8 of the caption contest is upon us. Last week, Toon Link made yet another appearance, and you guys did a great job of captioning some really funny moments. We also asked you to caption a photo of Link and Zelda in one of the most emotional moments of Skyward Sword. Well, just as Zelda killed the moment by pushing Link off the ledge, so have you with this week’s comments. We are continuing the trend of featuring the images and text captions that were most liked by you. Enjoy.