she made my villain senses tingleI’ve seen some people hating on Sidon’s new fiancé and I don’t get it because she’s really cute to me. Probably just hate her because Nintendo made it cannon Sidon has a lover and that upsets the SidLink fans because they want them together even though the pairing makes no sense
That's one of those "zomg must see films before you die" that I have no interest in.No, space odyssey
Yeh I liked her. Interesting how they implied she came from somewhere else.I’ve seen some people hating on Sidon’s new fiancé and I don’t get it because she’s really cute to me. Probably just hate her because Nintendo made it cannon Sidon has a lover and that upsets the SidLink fans because they want them together even though the pairing makes no sense
I didn't really think anything of her either way, she's just the new Kakariko leader, tryna figure it out, which is a big improvememnt from breath of the weathI’ll also say I think Paya in this game is a lot more tolerable and toned down than she was in BotW. Her being the new chief is cool, and there’s less of her being incredibly shy and over dramatically awkward towards Link than she was in the last game[/ISPOILER
I would go back to 5000 AD and witness the rise of civilizationOk I came up with one of those dumb question thingys:
If you were given the chance to go back to any year in history, exactly as you are, and live life as an immortal (if you're younger you'd continue aging to about 25 or so) (also, you can't do anything to change history at all. History is fixed as it is.), BUT, from your birth to the point you accepted this offer, there would be 2 of you, and you cannot allow the original version of you to see or even know about the existence of the immortal version at all, or else reality would disappear, so you can't become super famous in your lifetime, would you take it?
So like, I choose to go back to the year 1900. I get to experience all the history and whatnot, but I have to be careful that by the year 2003, I am not anywhere near northeast Texas, and that I'm not a very recognizable public figure.