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|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Twenty-One The pair were led by the cadre of Zora soldiers along a straight path to a towering castle. The pace was brisk giving Link and Rukio little time to take in the grandeur of their environment. They were at the very least appreciative of the craftsmanship that went into this particular part of the city having recognized that it was noticeably more ornate than the city outside the gates. They pushed forward through…

It’s week three of Linktober! All month long, I’ve been combing the Internet, taking in the sights, and bringing you a tasty candy trove of curated art. This week, we’re looking at days 14-20 of the Linktober calendars. Last week, we saw a lot of wonderful traditionally drawn pieces. This week, we have a lot of digitally illustrated works to admire! Before we get started, please remember: All art is good art. Just because you don’t like a particular piece,…

Buckle in, because we have an action packed show for you today! We asked you to give us your best Majora’s Mask questions and as usually, you did not disappoint! What would a Rito transformation mask have looked like? Is there any reason to ever come back to Termina? Where does Skull Kid rank on the list on non-Ganon Zelda villains? What do we make of the “Link is dead” theory? What’s a sidequest that could have been improved? Which…

Week two of Linktober was filled with ups and downs. I suppose fatigue began to set in, so that was the major hurdle I had to overcome. I left off last Sunday only having the next day’s sketch ready, although Monday evening I felt compelled not to leave the piece at only the sketch phase, and went on to ink it. That was the critical point of the week: the choice was maintaining the cushion of one day (so if…

The crew at Zelda Dungeon are back at it again, this time with a tier list ranking of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. In this latest episode of Tier Force Heroes, Gooey Fame, Corey Richmond, and Skull Kid Nico rank and discuss all of the wearable masks in Majora’s Mask in recognition of “Spooky Season” and the upcoming celebration of Halloween. Majora’s Mask has been widely recognized as one of the darkest games in the Zelda franchise. Exploring themes of death,…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Twenty The three rode forward, spurring their horses on feverishly, the ground shaking beneath them as the dragon drew closer. Several additional Zora emerged from the waterfall equipped with elaborate, crystalline bows. They took aim and fired upward, their comrades screaming at Link and his company to hurry behind them. Link turned to Jenoa who was quickly falling further into the thralls of the extreme cold. Her body began to convulse more and more…

This morning, Nintendo revealed details about the “Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack” which includes access to a selection of Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games, including Ocarina of Time, as well as the Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Happy Home Paradise DLC. The Expansion Pack membership will launch on October 25th, 2021 and cost $49.99 USD a year (a $30 USD increase over the standard membership) or $79.99 USD for a family membership (a $45 USD increase over the standard…

Skyward Sword has one of the most underrated soundtracks in the Zelda series. The Wii title was the first Zelda game to have fully orchestrated music, and that music has a majestic quality because of the orchestration. The score is littered with wonderful tunes that set the tone for a grand and exceptional adventure. Overall, the recent release of Skyward Sword HD has given many artists and musicians an opportunity to revisit the game and its wonderful music. It is…

So, full disclosure: this is more an episode about Metroid from a Zelda fans perspective than an episode about Zelda itself, so if you’re looking for in depth Zelda, come back next week (when, by the way, we’re answering Majora’s Mask questions, so if you have any, make sure to ask us on Discord!). This week, we’re celebrating the release of Metroid Dread by looking back and examining why it is that Zelda took off as a series and Metroid…

2018 was the first time I heard about Linktober. At the time it had been a few years since I did any artwork, and I was planning to start doing more art anyway, so I took the challenge. When I began doing the prompts, I had a free schedule in the evenings of the work week, so I could count on coming home after my shifts and having the time to draw. That changed around the second week of October….