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The Pros of Being a Gamer Girl: Artistic Development

I have always taken pride in the fact that I am a gamer girl. Since I was young, I felt as though I had this deep dark secret that no one knew about and that if they had any idea... Continue Reading →

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Lessons from Link: Breaks are OKAY!

In a world where social media runs rampant and we watch people’s lives through the scope of pictures they take, I realize I become more depressed as I start to compare myself to others. I don’t quite match up to... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Zelda Merch Suppliers

If you are a nerd like me, then you know that you need every single Zelda item ever made for your collection. In my experience, here are the top 10 stores and shops that I have gotten Zelda Merch from!... Continue Reading →

Lessons from Link: Regrets and Healing

All throughout Majora’s Mask, we meet characters who have passed on but stay in Termina because they have unfinished work that needs to be done. Their regret can be felt all throughout the land. Snow blows over Goron Village as... Continue Reading →

Nintendo and History: The Redeads from Strasbourg

(Background artwork of Featured Image by @Alamy) One of my favorite enemies in the Legend of Zelda are the redeads, especially those of Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask. They contain more depth than most enemies you experience in these... Continue Reading →

Are the Garo the Inferior Sheikah?

The Garo are robed Figures that appear in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask’s Ikana Canyon. They are ninja like figures that mistake you for their master when you wear the Garo Mask. When they figure out Lin’s true identity,... Continue Reading →

Forbidden Family Lineage: Is Ganondorf Part Sheikah?

When visiting Gerudo Valley, I discovered something interesting after receiving permission to walk freely amongst their grounds. I headed up the ladder leading to the gate to Haunted Wasteland and spoke to the guard there. She informed me that the... Continue Reading →

Lessons From Link: Forgiving Skull Kid

Since I was young, I’ve always found apologies to be the most important thing. No matter how much I was hurt, things were made better with an apology. They weren’t always better right away, but I knew from then on... Continue Reading →

The Royal Family’s Secret: Bongo Bongo and the Family Tomb

Kakariko Village, home of the Sheikah, has lore hidden in every nook and cranny of the village. Visit the cemetery and you will find gravestones of those with loyalty to the Hylian Royal Family. Talk to the villagers around town... Continue Reading →

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