It’s better to have a ladder and not need it…
“It’s Dangerous To Go Alone! Take This” by mechanicalrobotpower and this and this and you musn’t forget this either. I hear there’s some wonderful little fishing holes along the way.
Unearthed deep below the ruins of Hyrule Castle, this piece of pottery sheds new light on the struggles faced in the ancient gaming world. An important piece of history, beautifully crafted, and rare beyond compare; yet, I can’t seem to shake this overwhelming urge to smash it.
“Modern Myths” by Steven Lefcourt presents The Legend of Zelda as Grecian art with Ganondorf, Link, and Zelda presented in a Triforce design.
Link, Link, but children play these games. You chasin’ around hoes and drinkin’ straight out the potion bottle.
Do I look like like a muthafuckin’ role model? To kids lookin’ up to me, please. Life ain’t nothin’ but bitches and rupees.
Your cunning levels are dangerously low. Take this!
“The Legend of Jayne” by Perdita00 shows a Jayne Cobb Link receiving his homemade hat. If you’re going to be out in the ‘verse looking for adventure, what you really need is a statement piece.
Life on the road can be difficult, but the cuccos do not exist as an outlet for your frustration. If you decide to pay it backward to a poor defenseless creature, you are no better than those you are pursuing. Your debt will be recorded… and paid in blood.
“Finger Lickin’ Deathwish” by Winter Artwork shows a particularly mean-looking chicken standing on top of Link’s skull at his Triforce grave site. Let this be a warning to adventurers everywhere. Do what you came to do and leave the livestock alone.
Have you taken the proper precautions to ensure that your loved ones are protected after you’re gone? Hyrule can be a dangerous place. When your hearts go to empty, and someday they will, let us be the magic potion that restores your family. Just a couple of green rupees a day can buy you peace of mind so that you can focus on more important things, like defeating Ganon and finding your true love.
“Hyrule Life Insurance Co.” Think about it, Link. It could be the best decision you ever make.
I went out and got the sword and the outfit and I still can’t get any respect. The chickens stand on my head like Snoopy on a doghouse. Complete disregard.
“A Hero Named…” by Winter Artwork shows the one and only Charlie Brown as Link while a Cucco sits indifferently on his head. Good grief!