What is happening, Zelda fans?! What say you to another sizzling edition of Zelda Dungeon’s Caption Contest? I have just made it back to the comfort of my air-conditioned home after spending several hours in the blazing Southern California heat. It was the hottest day of the summer so far, for goodness’ sake! So, in an effort to turn down the temperature, this week’s contest will feature Link’s go-to freezing apparatus, the Ice Rod!
Last Week’s Contest:
Link harvested enough pumpkins to spice a million lattes last week.
Here are our photoshop caption winners:
Here are our non-photo caption winners:
- Mask Of Truth: “all this over a broken chandelier?”
- IceRod: “Time to pump(kin) you up!”
- twilightprincessfan100: “This is NOT worth the piece of heart back there!”
- Matt Pederberg: “After pump-kin up, I’ll squash my foes!”
This Week’s Contest:
This week’s contest is dedicated to Zelda Dungeon community member IceRod, who recently won three Caption Contests in a row!
Here are the guidelines:
- Please refrain from using offensive material (racial, sexual, overuse of offensive language, etc.) We want to make the contest fun and accessible for fans of all ages. When in doubt, keep it Nintendo.
- If you don’t have the ability to edit the image, just leave it as a comment. We make sure to have a separate list of winners for this category.
- Photo editing and manipulation (i.e. Photoshop) is allowed, but these entries will be part of a separate list of winners for this category.
- Everyone is entitled to their own opinion at Zelda Dungeon. In fact, we encourage discussion based on those opinions. However, please do not insult other fans’ work. What may be funny to one person may not hold true for another… and that’s OK.
- Have fun and be creative!
Don’t forget to check back throughout the week and upvote your favorites, and, who knows? Maybe you will be one of next week’s winners.
Rod Lloyd is the managing editor at Zelda Dungeon, primarily overseeing the news and feature content of the site. Rod is considered the veteran of the writing team, having started writing for Zelda Informer in 2014 as a junior editor. After ZD and ZI officially merged in 2017, he stepped into the managing editor role and has helped steer the ship ever since.
You can reach Rod at: firstname.lastname@example.org