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Posted by G-tech on 23 July 2017 - 03:32 PM
If you read my previous notes, you know my time with Breath of the Wild was filled with either great peril often brought upon by stuipidity or an untimely demise brought upon by... well, stuipidty. With such long lists cataloging my ignorance, I would not fault you for thinking that all I did was blow myself up, careen down rocky mountians, and drown in bogs. So it may come as a surpise that not every moment was an exercise in abject failure. Yes, there were moments of greatness-- albeit quite rare. Don't believe me? Then why don't you look at the list below and see for yourself:
⦁ For once I succeeded in accomplishing something I wanted to do, and an unexpected flourish to top it all off. I saw a pair of blue bokoblins in a patch of grass down the road, so I went retraced my steps to retrieve an explosive barrel. I headed back in the direction of the bokoblins, and as I crept ever so closer I noticed a small cliff to the right of the aforementioned road. A rare moment of common sense came over me: maybe I should scout ahead and see where I should attack. As opposed to alerting them of my presense with a large, red explosive target over my shoulder. So, I place the barrel down next to the cliff and moved onward. As with most my attempts at stealth I was spotted immediately. In a panic I ran back towards the red barrel with one of the bokoblins giving chase. I hoisted the barrel over my, locked on to my pursuer, and hurled it right into its face. In a panic I rapidly pressed the jump button (you know, the B button) to backflip away from the explosion. Luckily some of the grass caught on fire creating a backdraft causing one my frantic mashing of the jump button presses to activate the paraglider sending me high in the air and away from the fiery depths that engulfed my adversary. Pretty cool. Now what to do about the other bokoblin?
⦁ It’s this isn’t something cool I did but it was funny nonetheless. I was in an enemy stronghold within the Bottomless Swamp when I heard a bokoblin, but I didn’t know where it was located. Suddenly I heard an arrow hit the ground next to me. I looked up to the right and saw the would-be-archer. Then I looked down and saw that the arrow it fired was a bomb arrow. Thankfully, it was raining at the time so the arrow’s fuse was extinguished, otherwise I would be stinking into the abyss that is my old nemesis: dirty water. Instead I used the opportunity to collect some free bomb arrows courtesy of Koblin Hood of the Bottomless Swamp.
⦁ An ice lizalfos approached me ready to attack, but its plan was foiled when it ran over the burning remains of its bokoblin ally. The lizalfos melted immediately.
⦁ While exploring around the outskirts of Death Mountain I saw two small birds that normally don’t appear in this region. As I approached them they flew away in a trail of smoke. I watched then until they exploded leaving nothing more than a roasted tree nut in their wake.
⦁ A moblin threw a bokoblin towards me from afar. Once the bokoblin landed it slide right next to me face down, feet first. Once it stood up the sneak strike prompt popped up so I did just that, ending the poor thing’s suffering.
The next anecdote is about the lynel mentioned in Death in the Wild. In my closing statement I said that the event that lead to my death would be mentioned in the next list, Derth of the Mind. Yeah, my mistake.
⦁ Set up camp to wait for Farosh, a blood moon occurs. I turn around to be greeted by a silver lynel that was apparently burning holes in the back of my head with its vengeful glare. /Pause game to make a note of what just happened. Resume Game./ We stared at one another for a minute then it roared… it has yet to attack… /Paused Game to make note of what just happened./ Just as I resumed the game it pulled out its bow… it is ready for vengeance.
⦁ After killing one of the snow octorocks I slid off the edge of a cliff and tumbled downward in a manner most comical. Why its this under “Cool Thing’s I’ve Done”? I landed right next to a small rock not too far from one of those korok rock formations. Lucky me. I just hope I don’t fall trying to get to it.
⦁ After leaving the Gerudo Highlands, I headed northwest to check-in on the newest resident of Terry Town. Satori Mountain was within route so I decided to pick up some mythical transportation. After immediately failing to mount Satori, I gave it another go and was rewarded with a new steed. We made our way down the mountain and continued our journey to Terry Town. Upon entering Central Hyrule we were greeted by several stalker guardians. With Satori’s great speed and infinite stamina, we dodged all their attacks with ease. Just northwest of the Sacred Ground Ruins there were five guardians (four stalkers, one decayed) aiming at us at once. All of a sudden Satori decided it wanted to take break. I don’t know why it stopped, there was no obstacle to hinder its movement, yet there we stood in the middle of the road with the guaridans fast appoaching. After I frantically yanked its mane for what felt like eternity, Satori realized that this was not the best time to take its PTO. He finally started to move, but it didn’t take off as one would expect. No, it just moved at a very slow pace as if our lives aren’t in danger. Oh wait, Satori is immortal, so its in no rush. I, however, am very much a murderable being. Before I had time to relay this information to my “nobel” steed a guardian shot me right off its back. There I laid on the ground, burning from the searing beam to the chest, as I watched Satori, the “noble creature,” fade away to the safety of its mountain. Some how I managed to stand up and run. I was able to shake off two of the guardians (considering one was immobile not sure if that’s something to brag about), the remaining three I could not, so I stood my ground and prepared to fight. Fortunately, one of the guardians was positioned right behind another, so when in attempted to shoot me it shot the guardian in front of it, making the bout more manageable. Once one fell to friendly fire. I decided to take advantage of the trigger happy guardian by setting its sight on its other ally. It worked! With Julius now on its side I hacked away at its limbs, immobilizing it. Being unable to move I made quick work of it and went head-on with Brutus. With an arrow to the eye and a few swings of a guardian ax the final guardian went down. There I stood victorious, all to no help from the sage Satori.
⦁ Parried the beam of a guardian back to it, blowing off its final leg.
⦁ “Beware, fool, of the eye of the Yiga Clan.” I think that’s what it said. Also, I understand that they want to encourage players to sneak their way through the hideout, but it's most odd that there’s no explanation for why neither Mipha’s Grace or faries activate upon death.
⦁ I failed to parry the laser blast from a decayed guardian setting the ground in front of me on fire and causing an updraft. I stood back on my feet and readied myself for next incoming shot. I once again failed to parry the attack as I swung the shield too late, the shield absorbed the beam as expected, however it did not break. Did the updraft that stood in front of me spared the shield from becoming metal shardes littered on the ground?
And that's all the cool moments that happend to me in Breath of the Wild. Tune in next time for...
Yeah, I know there was still a lot stupidity on my part in this list, I thought they were still, great, cool moments none the less.
I'm also aware that some of them were just situations that I observed, and I had nothing to do with them.
Come on, let me have just this one, please... Thank you.
As I was typing, tune in next time for the fall and rise of my trusty steed, Trusty!
Posted by G-tech on 17 July 2017 - 02:19 PM
As teased in my previous post, I have returned with more highlights--or should say lowlights,-- from my time playing Breath of the Wild. Yes, questionable decisions were made abound, often leading to severe consequences-- some of them were of the deadly variety. That's just the life a curious soul. One moment you're pondering to yourself, "I wonder what would happen if I did this?" Then suddenly you are careening towards a pool of lava. If you're still out there traveling the vast, dangerous lands of Hyrule please take moment to learn from my experience, it may prevent your curiosity from getting the best of you.
⦁ I found a rusty sword sticking out of the ground surrounded by water. I swam across the water and climbed up the land mass that held the sword. I picked it up and proceeded to test out what button did what. My finger landed on the R button. Link readied his weapon over his shoulder. Then I let go of the button and watched helplessly as Link hurled his newly acquired weapon into the body of water below. This all occurred within 5 seconds of picking up the sword.
⦁ I don’t think I want to be up there…
⦁ I attempted to throw a glowing ball while standing on the edge of a platform. Just as I threw the ball I slid off said platform, causing the ball drop on my head with such force that I face-planted the ground. I survived the ordeal with only two hearts remaining.
⦁ Ran into what I thought was dirty water, then I noticed something odd, “ Am I sinking,” I asked myself. At that moment I realized I was waist deep in quicksand I tried valiantly to make it break to solid ground, but it was in vain. The war begins.
⦁ Thinking I’m hot shit, I decided I was going to kill a Fire Wizorb by jumping off a tower and killing it with electric arrows. As if I where the god of thunder himself, casting judgement down upon all that dare to oppose me! However, I did not factor an important element to this plan: Landing. Yes, after failing to hit the Wizworb with two arrows I culminated my failure by landing right into the dirty water, also known as quicksand.
⦁ Learning next to nothing from my last attempt, I once again took to the skies in my misguided attempts to play Thor. This time I managed to hit the bastard! And I didn’t land in the quicksand this time, but the wooden surface that laid before me. However, I forgot that landing on hard surfaces from up high is not kind to the bones… or any other part of the body for that matter, so I died. Luckily I had a fairy in one of my eerily deep pockets to give me a third chance at failure.
⦁ A stealth attack on a bobokin went awry when it noticed me. Quick on its toes the bobokin picked up an explosive barrel. I immediately turned around and made a hasty retreat. Sadly my feet were not fast enough to escape the blast radius of the explosion, sending me flying in the air then tumbling down a rocky hill. My battered body reached the bottom of the hill with only a quarter of a heart remaining. “ Holy crap,” I thought to myself, “I survived!” I spoke, err, thought too soon as I was still rolling towards another hazard, an old nemesis that has bested me time and time again. Yes, that’s right, it was that dastardly dirty water once again. Fortunately, I had another fairy ready save me once more from clutches of my mortal enemy.
⦁ Had another genius idea. There where three red barrels next placed next to one another I thought it would be a great idea to put one barrel under Stasis, hit it and have it hurl into the other barrels causing a huge explosion. The problem with this idea was that I didn’t take the wide attack range of the weapon I was using. My hammer slammed into the other barrels exploding immediately on impact.
⦁ I managed to catch a hearty lizard. Since this was the first time I've seen this specimen I wanted to add it to the compendium, so I dropped it on the ground and pulled out my camera. To my surprise the lizard was still alive, which is the opposite of every other critter I’ve captured, which gave me the impression that Link was crushing the life out of everything living thing grasped before shoving it them in his black hole of a pouch. I tried to catch before it got it away but I was unsuccessful. So there I stood, dumbfounded by what transpired. Oh, did I mention that I was marooned on Eventide Island, you know, a place where every little advantage you can get is critical?
⦁ Landed right in front of a Lynel. We stared at each other motionless for a few seconds. I thought wasn't close enough for it to noticed me, so it seemed this was the perfect opportunity to take a picture, but I pulled out the magnet instead, and before I could change to the correct rune it charged for an attack. Tried to hold my own but nothing in my arsenal was doing much damage, and it beat three fairies out of me. So I crammed a speed-boosting meal into my gullet and ran for the hills. Once I made it to the mountain the lynel revealed it too liked to pretend its god. Unlike me, the lynel was very good at portraying the role of god, as it was able to strike me three shock arrows from the sky. I managed to make my way over the mountains, escaping with an inch of my life.
⦁ I found a stone talus on a piece of land surrounded by water. I tried taking it on but I soon realized I was ill prepared, so I tried to swim away. The talus hurled its rock appendage at me which in turn propelled me out of the water, rolling on to the shore, then towards a gathering of does. With only a quarter of a heart left my head slammed into a tree. Luckily fairies can cure all aliments pertaining to server head trauma.
⦁ I was curious what would happen if a horse was spurred when it was out of energy. Apparently it will buck you right off. Also, don’t do this while next to a steep hill lest you’ll find yourself rolling down it. I wonder if the horse did that because it had a wild temperament. My bond with it is maxed out so that had nothing to do with it. I’ll try it again when I’m with an easy-tempered horse… and away from steep hills.
⦁ When looking at the sky be mindful of your surroundings, lest a mountain goat will send you tumbling down a cliff. Thankfully I able to grab on to something before I feel into the river.
⦁ While I was under going the Trail of Second Sight, I ran into a stalkoblin. I decided to rid myself of this nuisance with a bomb. I set the bomb next to it and ran, but not far enough. I detonated the bomb prematurely sending the stalkoblim and myself flying in opposite directions. Before I could regain my composure I was engulfed in fog. When it subsided I found myself at the entrance.
⦁ It seem in order to complete the Wind Guide trial one must hit a red barrel tied to several balloons while it was under Stasis. The affects of Stasis was close to running out, and I feared I didn’t hit it enough to give it the momentum needed to reach the blocks across the room. So I cautiously gave it few more jabs with my halberd. It seemed that I had time to land one more hit on barrel of doom. I was overzealous, however, as the next strike ignited the barrel searing the front side of my body. I guess you could say that plan literally blew up in my face.
⦁ I once again underestimate the blast radius of the bomb. This time I went flying head first into a tree, slid down said tree, landed on the top of my head, culminating in a quintuplet tumble down a hill. When will I learn?
⦁ Apparently never, as I flung myself off a cliff attempting to blow up a rare ore deposit.
⦁ Went to save a civilian from a horse-riding bokoblin only to find out he was one of those assassins.
⦁ So I learned that using bomb arrows in volcanic areas is a big no-no. Just as drew the bow string back the arrow unexpectedly exploded, covering me from head to toe in fire. Don’t worry as I was able to do away with those nasty flames with a quick dive into the lava below.
⦁ With my … in hand I leapt in to the air ready to flatten a white bokoblin where it stood. However, I accidentally smashed a white chuchu jelly instead, freezing both the bokoblin and me in our tracks. This picture best seem to fit this note, but the weapon is on equipped:
⦁ In the shrine of the Steady Thy Heart trial a spiked steel bail came rolling down towards me. I used magnesis to stop it in its track. I decided to mess around with it for a bit to see if there was something else I could do with it. After a minute or two of fruitless experimenting I turned and dropped the ball into the lava pit to the right of me. Amused by the sight of the ball going into the lava I contemplated dropping an empty metal chest into the liquid rock. Fate, however, had a different plan as the spiked steel ball came back from the dead to enact its vengeance upon me as it crushed and impaled me before throwing us both to our molten graves. ⦁ I lifted a metal box with the intent to smash it open. I didn’t lift the box up high enough to do that, so it landed on the ground, tumbled towards me, ultimately knocking me into the vile clutches of dirty water. ⦁ I decided to glide towards a cliff side and climb my way up it. As I approached it the cliff seemed a little off. It only when I was right up on it did I realized it was covered in thorns. Unable to veer off course, I flew into the thorns and impaled each organ at least once as I tumbled to the ground below. Although I survived I felt as if I invoked the ire of a mad witch doctor. ⦁ Instead of using an ax to chop up some fire wood I thought it would be a great idea use bombs instead. Based on my previous entries about bombs I’m sure your know how well it turned out. I placed the bomb down beside the felled tree and ran. Once I believed I was out the blast radius of the bomb I detonated it. My misguided perception of depth once again sent me flying towards the screen. I tumbled down a deep slope littered with rocks. Once Newton’s Third Law of Motion ran its course, I found myself at the feet of a korok whom presumably watched the entire ordeal. He said nothing. I stood up and dusted myself off as if nothing happened. I spoke to the little tree spirit only to have it laughed at my graveled scraped face. Sadly there was no rock near by, so I made my way back up the hill to fetch my pile of lumber. ⦁ It was me versus a stone pellet. It had its stone fist, I wielded my trusty garden hoe. I attacked first with the back swing with my hoe! However, the tiny talus was unfazed, and with without hesitation the lil’ slugger gave me a right hook sending me flying the over edge. The cliffside also had its turn walloping me several times before I fell into the pit. ⦁ Pro tip: Don’t walk towards an open flame when carrying an explosive barrel.
Huh, this list was not as long as I thought. Perhaps all the head injuries I inflicted upon myself did a number on my memory.
⦁ In the shrine of the Steady Thy Heart trial a spiked steel bail came rolling down towards me. I used magnesis to stop it in its track. I decided to mess around with it for a bit to see if there was something else I could do with it. After a minute or two of fruitless experimenting I turned and dropped the ball into the lava pit to the right of me. Amused by the sight of the ball going into the lava I contemplated dropping an empty metal chest into the liquid rock. Fate, however, had a different plan as the spiked steel ball came back from the dead to enact its vengeance upon me as it crushed and impaled me before throwing us both to our molten graves.
⦁ I lifted a metal box with the intent to smash it open. I didn’t lift the box up high enough to do that, so it landed on the ground, tumbled towards me, ultimately knocking me into the vile clutches of dirty water.
⦁ I decided to glide towards a cliff side and climb my way up it. As I approached it the cliff seemed a little off. It only when I was right up on it did I realized it was covered in thorns. Unable to veer off course, I flew into the thorns and impaled each organ at least once as I tumbled to the ground below. Although I survived I felt as if I invoked the ire of a mad witch doctor.
⦁ Instead of using an ax to chop up some fire wood I thought it would be a great idea use bombs instead. Based on my previous entries about bombs I’m sure your know how well it turned out. I placed the bomb down beside the felled tree and ran. Once I believed I was out the blast radius of the bomb I detonated it. My misguided perception of depth once again sent me flying towards the screen. I tumbled down a deep slope littered with rocks. Once Newton’s Third Law of Motion ran its course, I found myself at the feet of a korok whom presumably watched the entire ordeal. He said nothing. I stood up and dusted myself off as if nothing happened. I spoke to the little tree spirit only to have it laughed at my graveled scraped face. Sadly there was no rock near by, so I made my way back up the hill to fetch my pile of lumber.
⦁ It was me versus a stone pellet. It had its stone fist, I wielded my trusty garden hoe. I attacked first with the back swing with my hoe! However, the tiny talus was unfazed, and with without hesitation the lil’ slugger gave me a right hook sending me flying the over edge. The cliffside also had its turn walloping me several times before I fell into the pit.
⦁ Pro tip: Don’t walk towards an open flame when carrying an explosive barrel.
Posted by G-tech on 14 July 2017 - 02:43 PM
During my perilous adventure in Hyrule I was met with a terrible fate. Actually, it would be more accuate to say I was met with a litnay of terrible fates as it was no less than 29, yes, twenty-nine times that I met my maker. Being the apparent masochist I am [you learning something about yourself everyday], I kept notes of each time I was slain by Ganon's fersome minions... or my own stupidity [and sometimes the former was initaiated by the latter]. So please join me as I walk down the blood-soaked path of memory lane to relive and ultimately die through my darkest hours.
Note: Several months have passed since I last laid eyes on this list, so I don't remember the context for some of these situations. It also doesn't help that autocorrect really did a number on many of these entries making it even harder to parse out what the heck happen. I tried to reconstruct them to the best of my ability, so please understand.
As I made my way down the first tower I accidentally jumped in this loop. I attempted to jump back towards the ladder but I failed to reach it, thus I fell to my death.
I tried to get a chest in the small body of water located near the Cryonsis's shrine by creating three ice pillars leading to it. However, I overestimated the distance that Link could jump, so I hopped right over the second frozen platform and fell into the ice cold water. With only three hearts I quickly froze to death.
I managed to get the chest in my second attempt. I'm assuming after I jumped on the second pillar I decided to make a new set of pillars. I don't remember why, but I think was afraid I might mess up a jump again, so I guess I decided to create a new set of pillars that were spaced closer together. At the time I did not know that only a maximum of three ice platforms could be present at a time. So there I was creating the second new platform while standing on the platform that was next in line to shatter. Ergo I once again succumb to hyperthermia.
After completing the shrine where Stasis is located, I noticed there where small platforms I could use to climb down the mountain safely.
As I made my made my way I noticed something off in the distance. I saw what I thought was another platform headed in that direction so I decided to go investigate. However, once I made reached the “platform” I realized I it was actually some green moss. In my panic I pressed the let go button and fell to my death.
I thought I it was possible drop down and land safely on a platform below. I could not and I did not.
Clubbed to death my a blue bobokin when I failed side step its attack. I didn’t expect it kill me on one hit, but considering it has a spiked club it should have been quite obvious.
Cinematic plays about the dangers of the blood moon. Then I was killed by with an arrow to the back by a giant skeleton within 15 seconds.
Let my greed get the best of me. In an attempt to retrieve some raw meat that was dropped by a wolf that accidentally trampled to death by my horse Trusty, I was killed by a Lyenl. I thought I was in the clear when I saw that there wasn’t a question mark above the Lynel's head, but it was actually preparing a long-ranged electrical attack (now known as shock arrows). The Lynel hit its mark causing me to fall off my horse and rendered me motionless, giving it time to close the gap. Once I regained control I quickly healed myself and attempted to mount my horse and get out of dodge. That didn’t work. Unable to mount Trusty I tried to make a break for it. That, too, did not work. I ran out of stamina and the Lynel leapt in the air and impaled me with a downward strike with its lance.
While running up the stairs of a bobokin stronghold I was caught in the blast of explosive barrel thrown by of the bobokins killing itself and a lizalfos. Miraculously, I survived... only to be harpooned by another bokoblin's spear.
Ran into some horse riding, bow wielding bobokibs. I tried to sneak pass them but to no avail. One shot from an arrow to the back and I dead. I don't know if this was an atuocorrection or not, but I like the way it sounds so it stays.
I was shot with an arrow while attempting to farm arrows from a bokoblin.
Side step right into the spiked-club of a bokoblin. You know, the total opposite of what I should have done.
While farming for arrows I was taken out with a single arrow shot by a stalkoblin. At least it was at the beach. I think that's what I meant, becasue the original note said: "At lest out was say the beach."
Killed by a skalizalfos in the same place two minutes later.
With a Guardian Sword in hand I went toe to toe with an immobilized Guardian. Once I realized I wasn't going to kill out before it could attack, I frantically tried to side step the blast to no avail. I believe this is screenshot from this moment. Don't worry it had a its turn to take a "breather." EDIT: Oops, I forgot the links.
With several Guardian swords in my arsenal I decided it was time to take on a Decayed Guardian. Because the lesson learned from my previous experience was that I needed MORE Guardian weapons to win. I'll spare you the details but it I didn’t even manage to hit it.
/I think tried to take the Guardian down two more times, but the ottomotapeias make me think these were failed bouts with my archnemisis: Dirty Water./
Round 2, FIGHT! Uuuaa Uuuaa Uuuaa. *plop**plop* You Lose.
Round 3, FI.. Uuuaa Uuuaa Uuuaa. *plop**plop* You Lose. Alight I think I’m done here.
/The next three occurred during my time on Eventide Island/
I tried to lure a Blue Hinox into one of my metal weapons in hopes out would be stuck by lightning. Yea, no.
I approached what I thought was a treasure chest only to find out it was an otorock.
Electrocuted to death by my yellow chu chu in a barrel. I made I lot of progress during this run. Only for it to be taken in a flash.
Being the master tactician that I am decided to glide into the face of a talos after I blew off both of its arms. So when it face-planted the ground to retrive a new arm I was flatten like a bothersome fly.
I tried to shoot an arrow at an ice lizalfos but it impaled me with its spear.
While I was dealing with an ice chu chu, an ice lizalfos downed me with an arrow.
I thought I run pass two horse-riding bokoblons to enter a shrine. Little did I know they where equipped with fire arrorws. Two shots were all that was needed: One to let me know how I was going to die, the other to cook me well done.
Tried to block a Guardian's beam with a shield. It might have worked... if my back wasn't facing it.*
Goofing around with the spiked ball after my ordeal mentioned in Dumb Things… Steady .. Heart, I was killed by said ball.*
I was felled by the lynel mentioned in #6 below. Vengeance was his. This was my first death in a long time.
Wanted to see what would happen if I let myself get caught by a Yiga Clan member, so I exposed myself. Long story short: I died, but for whatever reason I was not revived by Mipha’s Grace our any of the three fairies in my possession. A message popped up on the screen but I didn’t have time to read it. Looks like death number 30 is inbound. I guess there wasn't one. Maybe I decided to watch a YouTube video to see what the game over screen said instead. Perhaps I did die a 30th time but I forgot to make a note of it. I'm sure I did, but not definitively.
*As hinted by entries 27 and 28, there are more cavalcade of misfortunes that I endured. These situations, however, did not lead to my death--27 and 28 withstanding--but probably should have considering the sheer stupidity that caused them. But those are stories to be shared another time.
Posted by G-tech on 03 July 2017 - 10:42 PM
My adventures in Hyrule have long since come to an end, but the journey can be relived through the screenshots I captured and shared on Miiverse. Ah, memories. But this post isn't about memories that were already shared, but to the ones that were not.
Yes, there are around two dozen screenshots that I dare not post on Miiverese for fear that it would be inappropriate for the innocent, good-natured kidson Nintendo's lil' social networking website. So I thought it be for the best share them here with you delinquents. With that said, let us look back on the hero, the legend, and overall creep of the land of Hyrule.
The catalyst for the imagery you are soon to bare eyes on was this post shared by Big'nBeard. I was quite amused that the game acknowledged whether players had Link clothed or not.
I didn't think of the image until my quest led me to Zora's Domain. Low on supplies I decided to stop by the local shop. It was there I ran into a Goron that was aghast that I was oblivous to the existense of Death Mountain. When I looked upon his face filled with bewilderment and shock, the memories of Beard's post suddenly came back to me; this was the perfect moment to strip. As I was trying to get the ideal camera angle for the shot I realized the text window could be placed over Link's crotch and buttock as if it was a black censor box. With a little more fine tuning the Hylian Streaker was born:
Hey, my eyes are up here, buddy!
The Hylain Streaker's genitals were the stuff of legends. It was always on the tip of the tongues amongst the people of Hyrule. They often gave it names such as:
And the drillshaft, too! Eh, more on that in a bit...
Whenever the opportunity presented itself the Hylian Streaker would immediately remove all clothing and weapons with reckless abandon and to give his perceived audience the show that he believed, nay, knew they deserved.
You know it!
I don't remember. Like my clothes, my memories have been lost to time.
I see you Gorons running around here practically naked all the time, so don't discriminate!
I play by my own rules!
Of course the Hyllian Streaker always obliges to the request of the ladies....
and the gentlemen...
and the small tree sprit things.
Oh, I'm gonna sav... eh, let's stop while I'm ahead...
It's not hidden anymore!
Getting in touch with my roots. I said roots... ROOTS! No, it's not an euphemism!
Uh, you know what? I'm just going to walk away from this situation.
As a bonus, here are a few images that are from the Fallen Hero timeline, also known as The Withering:
Posted by G-tech on 01 July 2017 - 07:12 PM
Posted by G-tech on 06 May 2017 - 12:57 PM
Is there a Days of Our Lives video game? We need to get J9 in here to answer this one, stat!
No, well, not that I'm aware of, but the voice actor of this iteration of the character did star in soap operas.
Prince of Persia main character. I don't think he's got a name? That him?
Posted by G-tech on 27 February 2017 - 10:28 AM
Huh, I thought you were pointing out the answer specifically because of how long it was taking anyone to guess the answer, ergo the hint being a point (or a period in this case).
Oh well, I'm two for two on handing victory to an opponent, and I'm okay with that.