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It’s almost Halloween, which means it’s the perfect excuse to dress up as your favorite Zelda character.  It’s time to pull your costumes out, or get sewing if you prefer to make your own new one.  But then comes the ultimate choice — which character should you actually dress up as? The Zelda universe has a plethora of characters and creatures to dress up as, and some of them really fit the Halloween theme.  An obvious choice would be to…

|| Part Twenty-Eight || Part Thirty || Part Twenty-Nine It was a three-day ride to Lake Hylia. The Zora City had been constructed in the wake of the tragedy at Zora’s Domain, though now, it seemed Lake Hylia would have its own chapter in the sad tale. At word of being told they would be enslaved, the Zora took up arms and awaited the armies of Hyrule on the banks of the great lake. “Intel shows that a second legion of…

Hey there! Welcome back to Artists of Legend, and Happy Linktober! This month, as we’ve done in the past, we’re partnering with the great folks from Linktober! Every day this month, they are offering Zelda themed art prompts to get your creativity flowing. You can check out more info about them, as well as links to their social media pages, on their website. And don’t forget to tag your artwork with #linktober all this month! Unfortunately, there are only a couple of days left…

Watch out! Spoilers ahead. If you haven’t played the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Demo yet and want to be surprised, click away now! As per the Nintendo standard, we were hit with a demo for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity with very little warning Wednesday morning. As those excited for the release have gotten to play it, early story details for the game have begun to emerge. This has lead to quite a few questions being asked about a…

With the surprise release of a playable demo for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, excitement for the game’s November 20 release is reaching fever pitch. For folks willing to download the demo, players have been given thrilling look at the game style, combat feel, and early storylines. For avid fans like myself, any additional news is welcome; getting to try the game before final release is a dream. I’m most eager to compare the feel of the game to Hyrule Warriors:…

The cancellation of many haunted houses, mazes, and other spooky points of interest this Halloween gives us the perfect opportunity to develop the scariest possible Zelda-themed horror experience for next year! Wouldn’t it be something to see our hair-raising idea brought to life at Universal Park’s Halloween Horror Nights in anticipation of the Super Nintendo World opening? There’s plenty of Zelda material to work with from wallmasters to redeads, gibdos, like-likes, skulltula, dead hands, poes, and more. First, let’s settle…

Twilight Princess Zelda Warfare continues with another matchup between Mases and Gooey. This episode sees the two traversing Gerudo Desert in search of a checklist of items leading up to the Arbiter’s Grounds. Mases has begun to trail behind Gooey after another loss last episode in Rollgoal, giving Gooey a solid two point lead; but this could be the chance for Mases to start making a comeback. With each of them starting the challenge at a different time of day…

Happy Halloween everybody! We’ve got a scaaaaary episode for you today that focuses all on the scariest dungeons and locals in the Zelda series! Of course, we know places like the Shadow Temple and Arbiter’s Grounds will show up, but what makes them so scary? What other dungeons try to be scary and miss the mark? And does darkness = spooky? Come hang with us as we get into the Halloween spirit, and also hear our thoughts on Hestu in…

Hello there, all you ghosts and goblins! I hope you’re ready for a Halloween Week edition of Zelda Dungeon’s Caption Contest! Continuing our trend from last week, this week’s image is both a screenshot from the upcoming Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity and something dark / sinister to get us into the Halloween mood. These menacing eyes have something to say, and it’s up to you to interpret them. Last Week’s Contest: The Yiga Clan bowed before Monster Mash and…

In the Zelda series, curses are a reoccurring theme and one of the more interesting side quests that Link can take part in. When I started making a list, my thoughts turned to which of the curses I found the most rewarding to break. In The Minish Cap, it is possible for players to access a part of the Cloud Tops early. Here, you will discover a man called Gregal who is plagued by a ghost. By using the Gust…