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Triforce of Power

In "Triforce of Power," a Legend of Zelda fancomic, Ganondorf explores Hyrule with 12-year-old Link as a guide. While Ganondorf learns more about the strange land's peoples and secrets, Link seeks his fortune and goes on quests for Princess Zelda.


Recent Comments

@evilnidhogg: Now you know how Gan feels like 90% of the time.
@WiispNightmare: Sounds legit!

Because stuff like this usually doesn't affect heroes, or so he'd think. And this is the price he pays for his hubris.

(Actually, he probably didn't even notice the sign.)
there are no words for how badly i want to smack link upside the head
Shhh rivers empty into ponds it's fine

Okay but

Link why
Any day I get to draw comic symbol swears is a good day.

And yes, you mythology buffs out there: I know Lethe was originally a river. It's artistic license (and not because ponds are simpler to draw than rivers, no way).
January 16th, 2019
@artofjoe: I've never heard of that film... probably for a good reason.
January 16th, 2019
@artofjoe: Preach it!
makes me think of that movie Jupiters Ascending.
I wouldn't recommend that movie.
Redeem thyself!
Strats and skills
January 14th, 2019
Clever Ganondorf.
January 13th, 2019
@Zoron: I had the same feeling when I played Skyward Sword, where he dumps people out of his floating shop.
January 13th, 2019
@Zoron: Quite true!
I question the legality of this man's methods.
On the bright side, this probably means the spice lady is gonna get a nice amount of cash after all.
Usually. And Link should usually keep his shield up.
It's not like our squishy bodies are mostly water anyways
no of course you dont need precious life saving water its not like your going to hell anytime soon
January 10th, 2019
And of course he doesn't keep drinking water on him. That's a total waste of an empty bottle. I mean, who cares if water is necessary for life and medical emergencies?
January 10th, 2019
@Instrutilus: That pun was so good it was painful.