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Linka's Belly Dance Training, Chapter 1
“I figure you have a story to tell. Something that will explain this...change of yours.”
Urbosa was certainly intrigued. Up in her quarters above the palace in which she did her chieftain duties, she had brought Link there as he had been covered-up in a large cape. She could see on his face that he was sweating pearls, the heat of the desert getting to him and still he seemed to refuse to remove the source of his body warmth going through the roof. “So you said that you went to a shrine far away along with Zelda and...this happened...” Urbosa said, continuing as she gently removed the source of his overheating as the champion's tunic that he wore was soaked, exposing what he had been trying to hide: his new womanly body.
“Please don't laugh...” Link said, her voice even sounding feminine now, a little more high-pitched as he looked away, embarrassed about being affected by an unknown yet decidedly alien spell. Longer eyelashes, two bumps higher on hi
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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!
Bullet Time is my newest venture. It's (another!) YouTube channel, this time focusing on the world of first-person shooting games, like Overwatch and Apex Legends. Business as usual, really; match videos, product reviews, video articles, and related content on the FPS genre. If you're a shooter fan, or even just play casually, please consider subscribing to the channel; as always, I'd be honoured to have you join me on the ride. I'm no expert - ju
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.
For those of you who aren't familiar with my YouTube ventures, Mo-Hu is a new YouTube channel covering all aspects of the 'monster hunting' game genre. If it involves taking down colossal creatures, it's welcome on Mo-Hu; we're talking hunt videos, product reviews, trailer analysis, and other content from
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I know I've already posted about this, so please forgive the spam, but I'm back with another new project. Well, not strictly a new project; long-time visitors of this account will remember that a while back, I opened up a YouTube account called HuntFreak! - but removed it shortly after, because I was doing other things. Well, I'm back in the saddle now, coming at ya like Cleopatra with the new and improved HuntFreak! 3.0! It's a channel that aims to feature all that's hot in the world of the 'monster hunting' game genre; hunt videos, product reviews, editorial/commentary/analysis, and all the jazz from games like Monster Hunter, Toukiden, and Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. If it involves hunting colossal creatures, I'm totally there; I'm seriously nerdy, and have a lot of time on my hands, so you can expect quite a few updates.
I know there's not a lot of content on there at the moment, but there will be (did I mention that I have a lot<
I know I've already posted about this, so please forgive the spam, but I'm back with another new project. Well, not strictly a new project; long-time visitors of this account will remember that a while back, I opened up a YouTube account called 'HuntFreak!' - but removed it shortly after, because I was doing other things. Well, I'm back in the saddle now, coming at ya like Cleopatra with HuntFreak! 2.0! It's a set of two channels (YouTube and Vimeo) that aim to feature all that's hot in the world of the 'monster hunting' game genre; hunt videos, product reviews, editorial/commentary/analysis, and all the jazz from games like Monster Hunter, Toukiden, and Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. If it involves hunting colossal creatures, I'm totally there; I'm seriously nerdy, and have a lot of time on my hands, so you can expect quite a few updates.
If this sounds like your sort of thing, I'd love to have you as a subscriber to either (or both
The Gerudo Era, part 16
She was ready.
Her lord had demanded her to be swift, precise and downright brutal in her retaliation as Twinrova was moving as fast as she could with her warband. Moblins and Stalfos were following her, two highly mobile forces that could ride along with her as she floated, moving toward their target: Lon Lon Ranch. An explosion had resonated within a considerable distance from the castle, the smoke a signal that an act of treacherous rebellion was afoot, one that Ganondorf had to kill in its infancy, if only to send a clear message.
You do not mess with the rightful ruler of Hyrule. Not now. Not ever.
It took close to no time for her and her forces to get nearby as she could see a contingent of Zoras and some Gorons, a bizarre gathering to say the least. What caught her interest, though, were two oddities amongst them: a Gerudo youngster and an Hylian that she knew very well. It seemed that Ganondorf had correctly recognized the source of this turmoil as Link, the Hero of Time, was a
The Gerudo Era, part 15
Working was all that he could do to distract himself.
As Link hammered away at the rocks with his Megaton Hammer to break debris into boulders fit to build a massive wall around the remnants of Kakariko Village, his thoughts drifted to three main subjects.One was the well-being of his lover, Fiora. Was she alright? What would Twinrova and Ganondorf do to her? And what about the child growing in her womb? What would they do with that? It left poor Link in worry, the aching in his muscles never quite pushing away those endless questions and dark thoughts, no matter how much he tried.
Even though the hammer went on to break many rocks, its sounds couldn't push away other worries, with the second big one being about those he had loved and lost. With the exceptions of Ganondorf, Twinrova, and Nabooru, the entire Gerudo race could be considered his family. Every Gerudo was either his wife or his daughter in a way, and during the few attacks that occurred, he had lost a lot of them. While he
The Gerudo Era, part 14
The smell of burning webs and spider carcass was filling the village.
It hadn't been a particularly rough battle, nor one to drain their ressources too much. With plenty of Gerudo warriors going into teams of three, armed with spears and scimitars, the very large arachnid that had plagued the whole place were either killed, or they simply fled as the forces occupying the area did not have the time or the opportunity to properly give chase. Twinrova's army were amassing outside and, as such, there was no time to do that as time was of the essence. With the villagers finally freed from the catacombs below the graveyard, a safe yet macabre hiding place, everyone could return to their home as they participated in the cleaning of the place who would, for the moment, turn into the home base of the resistance. With everything that had just happened and all the fighting that kept on piling on, the stress and duress that everyone had to suffer through only accumulated as the task up ahead kept
DWOAH: Link vs Nightmare
Deadliest warriors of all history
Link vs Nightmare
Swords of Light and Darkness
Height: 5 foot 7
Weapons: Master Sword/Hylian Shield, Hero’s Bow with Light/Ice/Fire/Bomb Arrows, Megaton Hammer, Hook Shot, Bombs
Magic: Din’s Fire, Nayru’s Love, Sword Beam
Equipment: Power Bracers, Iron Boots
Strengths: Chosen Hero of Hyrule by the three Goddesses, Master Swordsman and highly skilled in any Weapon he uses, Extreme strength (even without strength enhancing Bracelets he could sumo wrestle Gorons who each weigh hundreds if not thousands of pounds since they are made of living stone and with such Bracelets he can lift thousands of tons without effort), Extreme durability (shrugs off what should be fatal blows, can stop rolling Gorons without damage, Takes next to no damage from falling from extreme heights, Shrugs off getting flattened by Gorons and other large animals which would crush any normal person), Above human speed (can run easily above t
The Gerudo Era, part 13
This would certainly come in handy for the war.
With the bomb flowers now converted to actual bombs, Shehra followed the odd Goron named Link to a cave that looked like it had two big boulders in it at one point. There was a strange music emanating from it, a music that seemed to be played by ghosts, an eerie guide from ever-afar, never to be seen, but always heard. The further they went, the clearer the melody was, playing all around them. She followed Link through several tunnels passing by a strange pool of water. “Hey, what’s the pool for?” Shehra asked, finding its location rather strange due to the stone pathway deep beneath the surface.
“It’s a secret passage to the entryway of Zora’s Domain.” Link replied, the Kokiri long-since accustomed to this strange wonder that they were passing with a few steps.
Having explained that, they soon arrived in the remains of what looked like a village made of tree stumps, very large ones. It was desert
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The Gerudo Era, part 12
It had been a long time since she had been free like this.
After watching the now-liberated Link get out of her tent, Nabooru felt a little troubled at what she had done and what she believed had been done to her. With mixed feelings about using this ancestral and dangerous technique, even for beneficial purposes, the unease she felt would not go away as even though she had probably helped a great hero in his time of need. It was not the fact that she could have messed him up even more than he already was or that she could relate to his plea even when he was under her control. What disturbed her most was the fact that she had, deep in her mind, enjoyed the performance she had put. Even though she had been brought in a trance against her will for so long, there had been a definite thrill to what she had done, to the way Link had been subjugated and seduced by her prowess, on how he couldn't resist her dance. Was it a curse for the Gerudo to be able to dance and enslave people, to make t
The Gerudo Era, part 11
Shehra followed the Goron to the cave where Goron City was, in awe. Link was his name like her father’s? It made Shehra wonder much about him. “Um, L-L-Link?” she asked, hesitant to call him that considering the strangeness of the situation.
“Yes?” Link the Goron replied.
“I’m curious, where did you get that name from?” Shehra asked.
“My father gave it to me. He named me after the great hero of the Gorons who killed off the Dodongos and returned out main source of food back to our people,” Link replied.
“And who is your father?” Shehra asked.
At this, Link paused bringing his hands to his now hung-down head where he was rubbing his eyes as he began to cry, an act that caught Shehra off-guard. The Gerudos were a tough and firm people, not much of a crying type, but she figured that whatever had happened in this city involved this young Goron’s father. She had to get him to settle down if she was to get any ans
JackHammer Reviews: The L.O.Z. Twilight Princess
Hey JackHammer here and welcome to another video game review, and today we'll be looking at one of my very favorite if not my favorite game in the Zelda franchise, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. (Oh and some possible spoilers might be coming up)
While I do admire Ocarina of Time for setting the standard for most action-adventure games, What I love about Twilight Princess is that it feels more like a movie, while still being a fun game to play, with more realistic characters, a darker tone, a mix of epic, scary, and beautiful music, and legitimate drama.
As the first Zelda game to be rated T for Teen, the people at Nintendo really took advantage of it with some pretty scary monsters and some pretty brutal scenes (like when Midna literally stabs Zant in the chest with her powers)
In every Zelda game, Nintendo would take the Zelda f
JackHammer Reviews: The L.O.Z. Majora's Mask
Hey JackHammer here with another video game review, and today we'll be looking the 2nd of the 5 Zelda games I played, The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.
Now, this is sort of a direct sequel to Ocarina of Time where Link leaves Hyrule and comes across the land of Termina.
First off, I like how this game gives us something different than Ocarina of Time, like giving us a different setting other than Hyrule for a change, Taking out Princess Zelda (only showing her in one flashback), giving us the ability to time travel with only 3 days before the end of the world, possibly some of the coolest masks ever made, and a cool villain outside of Ganondorf (which in this case is Majora's Mask)
Some people might be turned off by the fact that the main plot is shorter than Ocarina of Time with less dungeons and boss battles, but they made up for that with some cool side quests (My favorite side quest would be the one with Anju and Kafei)