Author has written 1 story for Legend of Zelda, and Soul Calibur.
Just a guy who loves video games. Whether it's playing, writing stories for, writing articles for or developing them! Primarily a 'Nintendoid', but have been known to dabble with the other companies now and then.
If I were to describe my writing style (by comparing it to what I've seen on here), I'd describe it as very... descriptive. I tend to go into depth about every detail I write about, sometimes to excruciating levels. So if that's not your thing, then you've been warned!
Oh, and I realise that image is not brilliant or imaginative. But damn it Jim, I'm a mediocre fanfiction author, not an artist!
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (surprise, surprise!)
Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Favourite TV Series
Hard to say really. Right now it's between:
Dragon Ball Z
Agatha Christie's Poirot
Other shows are mostly from when I was younger, like:
Spider-Man: The Animated Series
Pokémon (the first series)
Not sure if it's a good idea to have this, but I suppose it uses up Profile space so I'll give it a try.
Two Shades of Green
A Zelda/Soul Calibur story that I like to see as a continuation of Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, as well as a conclusion to the Soul Calibur series.
As a side note, the Link in this story might be a little different from the one in your heads. I based his personality and dilemmas off an article written by HylianDan on Zelda Universe called 'Immortal Childhood', which basically puts forward some theories that Link's Awakening, Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask and Wind Waker are stories of growing up. It's a fantastic read and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who's played any of those games! It's available here.
Differences in TSoG from Legend of Zelda canon
Decided to include this in case anyone who cares enough to get confused between my interpretation and what's been proven in Hyrule Historia (since the book was released after I started publishing TSoG.
Link's age: In my story Link is 20, meaning he was 12 in Ocarina of Time and 13 in Majora's Mask. Not 9 or 10. To me when I was growing up, Link's dilemmas in both games reflect the teenage bracket, not childhood.
What happened to Ganondorf in Child Link timeline: Twilight Princess deals with this, but because I didn't understand this until after Hyrule Historia was published, I have accounted for this. So, my story assumes that once Link is returned to his original timeline, he immediately seals Ganondorf away before any damage is done. Only Link and the Sages have memories of the Adult timeline, so they know their limits whereas Ganondorf doesn't, meaning he is easily overpowered. The scene where child Link approaches Princess Zelda is where he returns the Ocarina of Time to her (he gave it to her in the future, so he should still have it in the past).
Which Zelda games are counted: Only three Zelda games are going to be referred to: Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask and Skyward Sword. They're the only ones that a) fit together with little-to-no holes, and b) are relevant.