Category: the wind waker


Yuga’s Art Gallery: Goku vs Link

How did someone take 90 percent of the life during the early 2000s and cram it into one image?

I never thought I’d see art like this, let alone discuss art like this in an article, but here I am. Artist Autobiotic has made something truly special here: Link and Goku squaring off at the start of what will surely be an intense action sequence.

As cool as this is, I can’t help but wonder why…

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Tingle’s Maps: Fire Mountain

Though many of the islands and locations present in The Wind Waker can be considered exotic, environmental diversity doesn’t get much more intense than what is encountered on Fire Mountain.

Fire Mountain is a relatively small island located south of Dragon Roost Island. In a way, it almost seems like Dragon Roost’s smaller but more temperamental, teenage sibling, with the never-ending…

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Zelda’s Study: The way you wake me feel

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

Maya Angelou

It would be difficult to write for a Zelda fansite if I didn’t enjoy playing Zelda games. But if I had to pick one game that evoked the purest sensations of joy, it would be The Wind Waker. While other Zeldas have come close, none have quite…

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The Wind Waker: Meow

by Purrdemonium

Bomber’s Notebook: Medli

My favorite characters in any kind of media are always the “quiet-but-determined” kind. Yuna from Final Fantasy X, Lucas from Mother 3, and of course Medli from Wind Waker are just some examples of this type of character.

It’s because I relate so well to them that I find myself cheering them on in their adventure. More than that, they give me hope and strength in my own life, as I often feel…

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have been playing wind waker again and its still my favorite zelda game ⊙▽⊙

( 4-5 hour painting, 3 done in stream )

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