|Reviews for Legend|
| Guest chapter 1 . 6/17/2013
I think you got the order of the games wrong. But I don't care.
| KaChan84 chapter 1 . 5/4/2013
wow...that was soooo good! thanks for sharing!
| TableDeskChair chapter 1 . 11/30/2012
I tend to shy away from LoZ stories, because...well, they usually suck.
However, every now and then I'll give into the little voice begging "Maybe, maybe this time it won't be a hollow OOC mess! It's possible!"
The little voice was finally right.
This is a beautifully bittersweet story, and the absolute first from this fandom that didn't leave me staring at the screen in horrified silence.
Thanks for writing )
| AwayOHumanChild chapter 1 . 10/24/2012
This was wonderful and sad. I loved it.
| Freefan1412 chapter 1 . 10/20/2012
Nice work, i think. I haven't played all the games either so i can't say anything on that account, but i think it doesn't matter anyway. This is focused on Zelda's thoughts, so that is what is important and you did a good job with her thoughts and feelings.
| nashinashi chapter 1 . 6/30/2012
This was a thought provoking read, and an interesting and tragic twist on the legend. I've always thought the endless hero/princess/bad guy cycle was a rather sad concept, as was everyone forgetting Link and his heroism in OoT thanks to time travel. And you really took that to an extreme by having Zelda alone remember her lives through the *centuries*! How lonely... Great job with the concept, thanks for writing and sharing!
| whenshewasgood chapter 1 . 5/23/2012
Really, really like this.
| Kelsey Pearl chapter 1 . 2/9/2012
I was VERY satisfied with this. It was very detailed, the the setting for it flowed well into the story. I like it, quite a bit in fact, and am glad that I had the chance to find such a wonderful piece.
| Syladin Shadesmar chapter 1 . 1/31/2012
Plagiarism. Hate it.
No, hate's not strong enough. LOATHE is better.
I can't believe someone would do that to you! People who don't have enough creativity leech off of the people who do. But then again, mimicry is flattery. So whoever copied you is actually complimenting you!
Of course, they're still in the wrong.
| Morkhan chapter 1 . 1/5/2012
Wow. Wow, wow, and *wow.* What a heartbreakingly beautiful piece of writing. And oddly prescient, at that. I don't know if you've played Skyward Sword yet, so I will play it safe and not spoil it for you. All I will say is that IMO, what it reveals about the lore and backstory gels *perfectly* with this story.
The moment where Din, Farore, and Naryu actually spoke to Zelda was a particular highlight. Just stunning. Thank you so much for writing it.
| arioso dolente chapter 1 . 10/13/2011
Beautiful. It has a poetic, timeless feel to it.
Thanks for sharing it!
| TheSpiritMaiden chapter 1 . 10/12/2011
makes you really think.
| bookwormtiff chapter 1 . 7/31/2011
This piece touched me as no other story had ever done before. The emotions conveyed were so vividly poignant; I was almost moved to tears. (Quite a feat in itself!) Zelda's timeless plight, the sheer burden of her knowledge, was brilliantly portrayed. Writing-wise, it was perfect, nothing wrong with it whatsoever.
Seriously, thank you so much for writing this. I look forward to more pieces from you!
(Dammit, I think I really might start crying... what did you do to me...)
| Insane certifiably chapter 1 . 2/28/2011
Beautiful. there's no other way to describe it. You somehow made Zelda immortal, with the weight of the world, yet at the same time experiencing everything fresh.
So sad, especially the part where Link got shot down a week after she asked him to marry her.
It would be torture, to look into your love's eyes and see a thousand lifetimes that you could have spent with him, but see the one where you tried and learned that that is not allowed.
Nayru's gift, and the lesson that came with it, was perfect. It was the thing that Zelda wanted most, but came at the cost of one of the things she couldn't bear to lose. The goddesses teach cruel lessons.
| loveandzelink chapter 1 . 2/16/2011
This is so true. Every single game, Link and Zelda are freaking MADE for each other but in the end, they don't end up together and rather probably Link goes back to where he comes from. Does not recognize Zelda as the perfect soul mate as she is.
Then they make more lovers for Link. (I'd wish you written a bit more about that.) This is what annoys me the most. These girls put as possible pairing with Link mostly appear in one or two game. But Zelda?
She's the one that'll have to end up with him sooner or later! this generation or the next!
This is fabulous. Great job, I absolutely loved this!