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Hello and welcome back to another week of your favorite Zelda podcast. This week, we chat about Nintendo’s Mini Direct, what games they announced that we’re looking forward too, if we were satisfied with all the announcements, and more before shifting our ficus to the 3DS and remembering what a great system it was for Zelda games and for great video games in general! Come hangout with us, and get ready for a slew of Majora’s Mask content to come…

||  Previous Chapter  || How can something that large move so quickly? I staggered back, still clutching Carter’s mask. Such a silly inclination really, to be protective over the remains of a man who tried to kill me. Azamuku gritted his teeth and clapped twice. Within seconds, a gigantic black disc appeared and the golden serpent bounced back. It shook its head and hissed at the mage. “So, the Goddesses send light spirits to do their dirty work now? Are they…

Hello, friends! Welcome back to Artists of Legend! As usual, we have more great artwork to share this week, and if you have the time and would like to participate, we have another challenge for you! Speaking of which, please feel free to let me know if you have an idea for a weekly challenge that might be fun and interesting – it might show up at some point. Now, let’s get right into everything! Submitted Artwork Last week, we…

Welcome back to the latest edition of Zelda Runners, your bi-weekly digest of all things Zelda speedrunning. You might think this, and all articles for the next few months may be bumper editions, thanks to the months and months I’ll be spending in self-isolation. Alas, more important things have arisen (that may or may not involve a tanooki and a dog drinking uh… vacation juice). That said, I have found the time to pull together an article covering the latest rule changes (yes,…

Hey all. It’s been a tough couple weeks, so come escape with us as we chat and rank the different art styles in the Zelda series! Inspired by our pals at the Player Power Podcast, we thought the idea was too good to pass up and ended up recording a super long episode! Come hear our thoughts on all the controversial styles and what ranked at the top and bottom! Lots of fun to be had in this extended episode,…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || The rain lashed down in thick, heavy sheets. My every step fought against the wind as I followed Carter back into the pit of hell itself. It blew against the Hylian soldiers, forcing them to dig their heels into the slippery earth. At the Gerudo Valley Pass, the monster horde swelled in number. Lizalfos and Moblins joined the fray, splitting into two large groups. They attempted to flank the Hylians, engaging them in…

Hey, again! Welcome back to Artists of Legend! As usual, we have more great artwork to share this week, and if you have the time and would like to participate, we have another challenge for you! Speaking of which, please feel free to let me know if you have an idea for a weekly challenge that might be fun and interesting – it might show up at some point. Now, let’s get right into everything! Submitted Artwork Last week, we…

What a few weeks it’s been. I don’t need to tell anyone reading this about COVID-19 and its impact on the world right now. It feels like that’s all anyone’s talking, like we can’t escape it. This virus going around has created a maelstrom of social media and news attention that seems overwhelming, all encompassing, and all consuming. It doesn’t help that all the things a lot of us use as a distraction in life – things like sports, movies,…

Wow… 100 episodes and two years later… Episode 100 of The Champions’ Cast! This won’t be a typical episode – there’s no Zelda news or a ton of Zelda talk at all really, but a ton of behind the scenes stories and fun times! We reminisce about some of the early days of the show, how it came to be, how the initial team was picked, who green-lit the project and so much more! We have tons of special guests…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || “There’s still time to slip away,” I pleaded, stumbling after Guru-Guru. He strode ahead, arms pumping and his sword swinging wildly from the hip. “Just shut up, do you want an arrow in your back? Cause that’s what they do to deserters.” This revelation was most unwelcome, along with the ache of my neck and shoulders that were stiff from baring the weight of armor. Curse all this gear! “But you could make…