I'd like to hold a contest but for that I'd need some prices. And main price is usually points so.... You will be having a chance to get your donation back multified. Though, that won't be the only price there.
If you are interested the contest would be to draw "cute situation between Link and Dark Link" but if I get the chance to hold this, I'll give more information about it in a Journal.
Also, depending on how much I'll get I might have more in store for my followers, part takers on the contest and random people.
Favourite game character: Too many to say but Link and Dark Link are on top.
Personal Quote: The more you do, the more you learn.
And now... Have few stamps:
The way I see Link and Dark Link:
100 stories / poems / chapters in the year of 2017
During the past years I have kept a Christmas Calendar. Since there's lots of Journals, and out of 's request, I'll be putting the links to the given Journals in here. Enjoy!
I hope those are of use.
And now for other listing aka the walkthroughs of OoT 3D and MM 3D.
Ocarina of Time 3D Walkthrough
Majora's Mask 3D Walkthrough
Journal entry where I keep track of my computer's wallpaper:
Link felt hellishly exhausted as he carefully sat down and leaned against Epona. That path to this safe spot had been harder than he had waited for it to be. When he had seen those beasts, he had left his dear horse far enough to be out of the harm’s way. After that he snuck as quietly as he could to the closest monster.
He had been able to kill four of those blue Bokoblins until one spotted him and sounded the alarm. Link had stood straight up and readied for the fight. Three Moblins, four Lizalfos’, six Bokoblins, three blue Bokoblins and one fire Wizzrobe. He swiftly made up his battle strategy considering how hard some of the beasts would be to kill.
The mage had turned the area overly hot in matter of seconds which slowed the Hero’s fighting quite a bit. The golden haired swordsman targeted the normal Bokoblins first since those went down swiftly. After that his main problem was the mage. With the rest of the creatures he was able to avoid well enough to stay alive. Once the hovering fire wielder was down, Link’s notion went straight to the closest monster.
Luckily the Moblins were slow so he easily managed to leave them far enough to concentrate into the other two species of monsters. Lizalfos’ were swift but they kept to the back quite often. The blue Bokoblins came close so Link decided to handle them off first and go for the lizards next.
This plan didn’t go as well as he hoped for. The blue Bokoblins had long sticks with sharp end while the Lizalfos’ were shooting arrows. The Moblins were trying to get close enough to attack but those dumb creatures eventually understood the more efficient way to fight. They threw rocks at Link. It wasn’t easy to keep avoiding and blocking while trying to somehow attack without getting struck from unprotected side.
Eventually, after lots of errors and getting struck several times by a rock, taken over dozen of arrows and hit painfully by the sharp stick, the Hero eventually decided to retreat a bit. While on run he readied his bow and turned around now and then to shoot an arrow at his pursuers. Most of those projectiles missed but few found their targets.
Link knew he couldn’t keep on running forever. Sooner or later those creatures would either catch him or figure out a better strategy than chasing him. With the ideas running low, he took out one of those shiny blue bombs and dropped it down. It served as a moment’s distraction and increased the distance enough for him to blow it up. He gave a short chuckle and a slight grin as the monsters flew around by the blast’s strength.
Taking the moment for his advantage, Link turned around swiftly and started to shoot arrows. One of the Lizalfos’ fell and as the rest started to advance on him again, he still managed to shoot few more of those sharp projectiles. This time his aim was bit better until he left to run around again. Without counting on his luck, he dropped another bomb but with different shape.
Surprisingly, the shiny bomb caught the beasts’ notion again. Link barely could believe how lucky he was as he sent the monsters flying for second time. This time the attack killed two of the blue Bokoblins. The arrows the cerulean eyed warrior sent off killed another Lizalfos before the creatures were once again too close for his comfort.
The third bomb was thrown towards the beasts but this time the creatures knew to avoid it. Yet, the Moblins were too slow in their moving and got the worst of the attack. Encouraged by the luck with the attacks, Link threw more of the bombs at his enemies. Even with the blue Bokoblin and two Lizalfos’ avoiding the attack, the Moblins took the hit. The blasts of the blue weapons were also serving another purpose. Those things kept the other three at bay and gave him a chance to avoid the arrows and gather them for his own usage.
It took its time but in the end the three Moblins fell. Link took a deep breath and readied himself for the rest of the monsters. Knowing that the blue Bokoblin couldn’t have much of health left, he ran for the attack. He swiftly avoided the two arrows shot at his way before blocking the sharp stick. Right after that he attacked fiercely and almost cheered as the creature finally fell. His happiness was short lived as an arrow struck a wound into his leg.
Link growled through grit teeth and turned his anger filled gaze into the remaining monsters. For a moment he thought about arrow for an arrow but decided against it. Those beasts could easily avoid the arrows as he did theirs. He took once a deep breath and started to walk towards the duo. As expected, the Lizalfos’ started to back off but it was part of the Hero’s plan.
The arrows were easy enough to avoid while forcing the monsters to move backwards away from him. As Link had hoped for, the duo eventually got themselves cornered. The golden haired Hylian had picked one of the spears up and now, with the long rage weapon, it was easy to attack against the creatures swiftly enough.
The Hero sighed in relief when the beasts finally died. While still ignoring the wounds, pain and exhaustion, he started to go around the area and gather the dropped things. He would need most, if not all, of the weapons, monsters parts and whatnot he found from the camp side of this group.
Once he had picked up everything he could find, Link fetched Epona and continued forward. He knew there to be a safe place a bit further ahead and he needed to get to there since he wasn’t eager of creating a fire for the night. And soon enough the Fairy Fountain came into his sight.
Link had carefully navigated his road to the fountain so that Epona could get to the area too. Once close enough to the huge, opened flower of sorts, the mare carefully laid down. The Hero sat down too and started to check his wounds to bandage the worst of them. After that he took out handful of apples and gave those to his beloved steed before fishing out couple of Hearty Radishes for himself.Link took a moment to let the food do its work while he watched the stars start to appear into the sky. Epona was slowly starting to fall asleep and the Hero soon enough closed his eyes. It didn’t take long before he fell asleep while fully trusting the place to be safe enough and for his horse to alert him would there come anything threatening towards them at that night.
Link sighed bit sorrowfully and sat down. The night was just making room for the morning but he couldn’t care less. He had made a long road to the Akkala’s region, avoided so many of those flying guardians and eventually found his way to this spring.
It was surprisingly calm place even with all the hell going on around Hyrule. Sure, mostly it seemed peaceful but all of those monsters and guardians attacking people…. Peaceful was the furthest word to come up with. And yet, at this place, all of that havoc didn’t seem to have any of effect. The area seemed to be as holy as it had been hundred years ago.
“I’m sorry, Zelda….” Link whispered as he let his gaze fall from the Goddess Statue into the water. Hundred years ago he had been certain of his place and how to be but now…. Now it felt like wrong moves.
She had needed his help, acceptance, guidance…. And all he had given was security, a personal guard. Only now he had started to realize what really mattered in life but it felt like the understanding came too late. That simple fact, that he loved her.
Link stood up and raised his gaze back into the statue. He had taken his destiny so seriously back then. Given himself no rights for any of other feelings than what went by his job. Falling in love with Zelda and, more so, showing that feeling weren’t allowed. Even though he was called as Hero, he kept reminding himself of his place. Zelda was much higher in position than he ever could be and hence he’d never have the rights to even entertain the idea of marrying her.
But now, after all he has gone through and the memories he has been able to recover… Goddesses, how much he should’ve done differently. Like right here at this spring. He hadn’t even glanced at her until she voiced out her anger and sorrow. Even at then he had just stood there and watched, being more concerned of what had caused the splash than of comforting her.
Link shook his head and vanquished the current thoughts. There was still so much to be done and each day was robbing the time from him. He didn’t know how long Zelda could still go on. Hundred years alone, battling against Ganon… How could anything be more lonesome and sorrowful than that?
Unlike how he was hundred years ago, people in these days were so much more gentler, supporting and caring. He felt bang of shame when he thought about his actions and ways of going. Link took once a deep breath and as he let it out, he knelt down, closed his eyes and placed his right hand over his heart while bowing his head.
“I, Link, the Hero of Hyrule, solemnly swear to be more open and caring than what I was hundred years ago.” He spoke carefully and with full meaning to each word. Yet, he realized very soon to have a slight lie within his promise so he swiftly continued: “Towards Princess Zelda, that is.”
Link waited for a short moment but nothing happened. He wasn’t sure if the Goddesses heard him or not but it didn’t really matter in the end. The words were more for himself than to anyone else. After all, hundred years ago he was open and caring towards all of Hyruleans when Zelda wasn’t around. When she was there, he took more professional way of acting as his main job was to keep Zelda safe and well.
Link stood up slowly and opened his eyes. He frowned a bit at the glimmering water. The cerulean eyes swiftly rose into the sky but it was cloudy day which very much implied for rain, maybe even thunder storm. And yet, the water was shimmering like light was hitting into it.
Link took a look around but saw nothing that could’ve been causing the given effect. With slight hesitation, he carefully stepped into the water. He had waited for it to be cold but it actually felt nicely warm. Not hot like those hot water springs but nice like a warm bath he got to get so rarely. Slowly, step by step, he made his way to the glowing area while trying to be ready for anything.
When he reached the spot, he noticed something laying on the floor. With a slight frown, he took deep breath and bent down to pick the item. Once it was in his hand, he stood straight again and bit shook his head to get most of the water off of his face before moving his wet hair off of his way with his free hand. Then thing he had fished out of the water seemed delicate, violet by color and like a bracelet of some sort.
Link frowned as he examined the spiraling thing in his hand while going back to the smooth rocky area where he once had stood on guard. The bracelet wasn’t as spiraling as he had first thought. As he took a careful check of it, he noticed the Triforce and the Crimson Loftwing of Goddess Hylia.
Link’s frown deepened as he turned his gaze back into the spring. Had Zelda accidentally dropped it hundred years ago? Or was this someone’s offering to the Goddesses? He felt bit uncertain of taking the thing but that glow he had seen, had come from the bracelet. The Hero raised his gaze into the statue and smiled a bit.
Link knew that hundred years was a long time and that people could’ve gotten to the spring from the higher ground instead of going past the flying guardians. Yet, nothing had implicated for anyone to have come to here since he and Zelda had visited here hundred years ago. And he didn’t recall Zelda having had a bracelet back then.
Link closed his eyes and with a small sorrowful smile he brought back those few memories he had so far recalled. Her voice, her eyes, her way of acting…. It all hurt as he was unable to be with her at the moment but it also gave him the strength to continue.“Thank You, Goddesses.” Link whispered as he bowed deep to the statue. He knew that this bracelet was something he would give to Zelda once he’d be reunited with her again. Until then this item and the memories would have to be enough to keep his sorrow and aching heart in check. “I’m coming, Zelda. Just hang in there.” He whispered quietly and gave one last check to the spring before turning around, pocketing the bracelet and leaving the spring behind him as he left to continue with his quest to save Hyrule and, most of all, Zelda.