How’s it shaking, Zelda fans? Just in time for the long Thanksgiving weekend, Zelda Dungeon’s Caption Contest is back again to bring the laughs! With Turkey Day just around the corner, I knew I wanted to feature a bird of some kind from Tears of the Kingdom in this week’s contest. And while I was tempted to once again shine the spotlight on my boy Penn, I instead decided to choose a seemingly sentient Cuccoo from the side quest “Feathered Fugitives.” What could this shifty bird be telling our hero? You decide!
Our Last Contest:
We concluded spooky season with some Gibdos last month.
Here are our non-photo caption winners:
- Downthrust: Waking up at 3am when you are thirsty:
- IceRod: More like Gibdon’t, am I right?
- pyridiss: The most boring 100-meter dash I’ve ever seen.
- Karston Philippou: Wow! You have a really good costume!
- Tiggygamer: Me: Handing out candy to trick or treaters.
Also me: Plays too much Zelda so that when I see a kid dressed up as a skeleton I try to shoot em with a lighting arrow.
This Week’s Contest:
What the cluck?
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 Editor-In-Chief at Zelda Dungeon, overseeing the news and feature content for 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. He stepped up to lead the writing team as Editor-In-Chief in 2023.
You can reach Rod at: firstname.lastname@example.org