Majora’s Mask Dungeons: Snowhead Temple

The Snowhead Temple review went up today on Zelda Dungeon. Again, totally just played through the dungeon to be familiar with it before I wrote this editorial. I actually thought it was a fairly forgettable dungeon in a lot of ways, not being particularly noteworthy or flashy in any respect… though it doesn’t really have specific flaws that make it forgettable.

The dungeon can be frustrating, though. It was the first dungeon of the game that I needed a walkthrough to complete when I first played through it. Anyway, you can read it here. Enjoy!

Majora’s Mask Dungeons: Woodfall Temple

For October, I’m going to be covering Majora’s Mask next on Axle’s Dungeon Reflections, and I just posted the first one today. My review of the Woodfall Temple is pretty lengthy and detailed, but hopefully it’s entertaining. Wrote this at the last minute again. Haha. I also couldn’t remember this game’s dungeons terribly well right now, for whatever reason, so I’m replaying Majora’s Mask again to make sure I’m refreshed. Still fun, of course. I might make a practice of doing this with Axle’s Dungeon Reflections in general from now on. Anyway, you can read it here.

Curiosity Shop #099: Zelda Dungeon Mailbag

Hey there guys. So I uploaded the latest mailbag on Zelda Dungeon today. Mailbag #099! That’s a lot of mailbags, and next week I’m going to be doing the special Mailbag #100, so be on the lookout.

This mailbag covers a surprisingly high number of Majora’s Mask questions, but there’s a few (simple) timeline questions as well, and Link seems to be a consistent topic as well. You can watch the video here.

I’m back! Here’s all the stuff I didn’t talk about!

Yeah sorry for the absence on here. I’ll discuss what happened in the next post. Here’s a full list of all the Zelda Dungeon posts and videos I’ve done since then; I like to keep this news page up-to-date on my stuff:

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The Dead Bleed Penance

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask (Oneshot Fanfiction)
Rated T, I suppose, for general adult themes of war, death, evil curses, emotional trauma, and ghostliness.

I’ve always been fascinated with the Ikana region from Majora’s Mask, and I’ve done in-depth studying and theorizing about it because of that fascination. Due to my intense interest and love of the area’s themes, I wrote this, a story about Igos du Ikana and the Garo Master. The poems I wrote to go with it are something I haven’t done before, and something I intended to attribute to a more philosophical, meaningful nature for the story. Hope I pulled it off. 😀 Continue reading