Heroes of Hyrule Part 1: The Tragic Tale of HyruleChapter 1
The Tragic Tale of Hyrule
Long ago, there was a kingdom. A nice peaceful kingdom called, “Hyrule”. The Kingdom had a castle that was bigger than all the mountains that it had. And of course, everybody knows that when there’s a kingdom, there's a King and a Queen to rule the castle. The King was named, Daphness Harkinian Hyrule. And his beautiful wife was named, Susie Rose Hyrule. They both loved their kingdom very much, but they love something else more than their Kingdom. Their perisous baby daughter, Zelda. They love their daughter so much, they can’t love anything else, their daughter more than anything else. More than their kingdom, more than their people, and more than their land.
“Daphness?” the Queen said holding on to her daughter.
“Yes my love?” The king said.
“How much do you love your daughter?” She said looking at her husband. The King laughed and played with his daughters hair.
“I love her more tha
Greetings, Debu fans! I'm having a little bit of trouble deciding which of my YouTube channels I wanted to advertise on my front page, so I thought 'Why not go for all of them?'. Long-time watchers will already be familiar with some of them, because I've plugged them in seperate journal entries, but this is the first time I've had them all on the front page. So, without further ado, I present my conserved collection of crazy-cool computing channels!
Megaton Punch Link!
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Mo-Hu: New Monster Hunting YouTube Channel!
Greetings, art fans! I thought I'd write a new Journal entry to tell you all about my latest venture, Mo-Hu. Long-time Debu fans will probably be thinking "Isn't this a re-hash of HuntFreak?"; well, that's partly true. When I got back into fighting games, I deleted the rest of my gaming channels in order to concentrate on Gigas Breaker - which was a bad idea, because there was a lot of interesting content that could have remained online. Now that I'm back into other game genres, I thought I'd give HuntFreak another go, but with a bit of a re-brand; in short, Mo-Hu is pretty much HuntFreak v2.
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