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Warning: this episode will make you hungry. This week, we have some special guests join us for a talk all about food, Zelda, and recipes! We sat down with Aime and Walter Woods and chatted about their new cookbook, The Unofficial Legend of Zelda Cookbook! How did it come to be? How was Nintendo in this process? What inspired them to make this? What was the reaction when they surpassed their Kickstarter goal by almost 30-fold? How did they make…

Although not the titular character, Zelda games more often than not have Link as the protagonist. There have been so many different games over the years and thus many incarnations of the hero Link, each undergoing their own adventure within their respective game. Link is meant to be a self-insert for the player, but is still a character within the story that takes a massive task upon himself. Whether it’s in saving Hyrule from the encroaching twilight in Twilight Princess,…

Hello, Zelda fans far and wide! I hope you’re ready for another Zelda Dungeon Caption Contest on this fine Monday. For the past few years, we’ve featured a lot of Zelda-related images for this contest. We’ve seen screenshots, photoshops, and even a piece of fan art or two. But for this week’s contest, I wanted to go outside the box a little bit and present an image that, from the minute I saw it, I knew would make for some…

Now that enough time has passed to unfold the secrets of Paper Mario: The Origami King, I want to know if you would enjoy playing a Paper Zelda game? In April 2020, we posted an article that featured an amazing video parody showing how great an official Paper Zelda game could be. If you haven’t seen this fantastic video, it’s a must watch, featuring some of the most iconic moments of the Zelda series in sticker-craft. The Legend of Zelda is…

I have currently been reading through the Twilight Princess manga adaptation, and I have been so in love with the artwork and the expansion of the story. I already loved Twilight Princess, but the manga has made me appreciate it so much more. I am very close to finishing the fifth volume and will certainly blaze through the sixth. The seventh is releasing later on in August, but the closer I get to finishing this wonderful adaptation, it makes me…

The recent Nintendo Direct Mini featured some really exciting Zelda related news. Fans can expect loads of DLC for Cadence of Hyrule, including added music, additional characters, and a brand new storyline featuring Skull Kid! Currently, the game is one of a collection of Zelda spin-offs, none of which are considered canon. But with the fresh adventure featuring the beloved Skull Kid, it’s worth asking if, and under what circumstances Cadence of Hyrule could be considered canon. It is true…

|| Part Twenty-Five || Part Twenty-Seven || Part Twenty-Six Color returned to the world around Osmond, and sounds soon followed. He looked down at his hands and saw the strange harp still there, proving the visions he’d witnessed as true. He remained atop the Sleepless Waterfall as he heard panicked cries from the Zora Throne Room. When he returned to the chamber, both Zelda and Fado appeared as though they were going to accost him, but the small aquatic deity spoke…

Hey there! Welcome back to Artists of Legend! As always, we have more great artwork to share this week, and if you would like to participate, we have another challenge for you! Speaking of which, please let me know if you have an idea for a weekly challenge – it might show up at some point. Now, let’s get right into everything! Submitted Artwork Last week, we asked you to create artwork of a desert area or things related to…

A recent episode of The Champions’ Cast reviewed the best and worst opening dungeons in the Zelda series. The crew expanded the concept to include any opening area that teaches the player how to navigate its respective game. Rated the absolute worst (“not even close,” according to Andy Spiteri) is The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. After nearly choking on my morning oatmeal, I gathered my tears of light and got to writing. I just so happen to be replaying…

Last summer, we were treated to a wonderful indie title in the form of Cadence of Hyrule. This game provided an easy to play, Zelda-themed adventure, all set to our favorite Zelda tunes. It became a quick classic among Zelda fans, so how would you feel about another indie title like Cadence of Hyrule? Personally I would love to see a sequel to Cadence of Hyrule. The original title launched on Nintendo’s e-Shop at a reasonable price, it had re-playability, and…