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ZeldaInYourHead

A place where Zelda fans can come and state their headcanons. Theories and confessions are welcomed too! {Submissions are open!}
Sep 2 '14
“Sheikah can’t hold their liquor worth a damn.”
{Submitted by ranetreeCup made by MCEtching}

Sheikah can’t hold their liquor worth a damn.”

{Submitted by 
Cup made by MCEtching}

Sep 1 '14
“Gorons reproduce by budding, and have no concept of gender in their culture. When they were introduced to Hylians and other gendered races, they simply adopted a male gender for the entire race, to keep things simpler when interacting with gendered raced. ”
{Submitted by kateybugArt is by tickoo}

Gorons reproduce by budding, and have no concept of gender in their culture. When they were introduced to Hylians and other gendered races, they simply adopted a male gender for the entire race, to keep things simpler when interacting with gendered raced. 

{Submitted by 
Art is by tickoo}

Aug 31 '14
“Due to their diet of rock, Gorons possess an incredibly high internal body temperature—they don’t so much digest their food as melt it. Because of this, their skin is hot to the touch, like beach sand on a sunny summer afternoon.”
{Submitted by ranetree Art is by KelpGull}

Due to their diet of rock, Gorons possess an incredibly high internal body temperature—they don’t so much digest their food as melt it. Because of this, their skin is hot to the touch, like beach sand on a sunny summer afternoon.”

{Submitted by  
Art is by 
KelpGull}

Aug 29 '14
ziyh:

The inbox is super empty a lot of the time. Why don’t you guys fill it up?

ziyh:

The inbox is super empty a lot of the time. Why don’t you guys fill it up?

Aug 20 '14
“The Hero of Time started to have panic attacks after Ocarina. He would hold back the worst of it, even if no one was around to notice. Have you ever cried so hard that you were screaming and couldn’t stop? That’s what he did the few times he let loose.”
{Submitted by AnonArt is by Wrinki}

The Hero of Time started to have panic attacks after Ocarina. He would hold back the worst of it, even if no one was around to notice. Have you ever cried so hard that you were screaming and couldn’t stop? That’s what he did the few times he let loose.”

{Submitted by Anon
Art is by 
Wrinki}

Aug 8 '14

I think all Zelda games would make for great animated movies. You know, the kind that looks kid-friendly but is actually ripe with nightmare fuel.

{Submitted by Anon}

Aug 3 '14
“After Link went back to being a child, he regained his mentality of a 9 year old.”
{Submitted by AnonArt is by HyruleHistorian}

After Link went back to being a child, he regained his mentality of a 9 year old.”

{Submitted by Anon
Art is by 
HyruleHistorian}

Aug 2 '14
“While traveling with the Pirates, Link would stay out of the raids they perform on other ships and villages. While they may be his friends, he refuses to help them hurt other people. However, he does help to defend the ship when they are attacked, act as their representative when they need to talk to someone, and he helps take care of the ship.”
{Submitted by LeilaArt is by SeaboardBlue}

While traveling with the Pirates, Link would stay out of the raids they perform on other ships and villages. While they may be his friends, he refuses to help them hurt other people. However, he does help to defend the ship when they are attacked, act as their representative when they need to talk to someone, and he helps take care of the ship.”

{Submitted by Leila
Art is by 
SeaboardBlue}

Aug 1 '14
“A bit of Twili folklore insists that a single Interloper was responsible for getting the entire tribe banished in the first place. Some believe this legend is true, and some don’t—sort of like the case of King Arthur. Either way, her story has been told since the people’s early days.
The figure’s name has been lost to time; Twili pop culture has often dubbed her “The Imp,” as many variations of the tale note her short stature. The word “imp” is even used in some circles as an insult, i.e. “Don’t be an imp.” (Zan’t curse on Midna was in fact a stealth pun based on the phrase, adding to her shame.)”

{Submitted by Anon
Art by Lenecian9}

A bit of Twili folklore insists that a single Interloper was responsible for getting the entire tribe banished in the first place. Some believe this legend is true, and some don’t—sort of like the case of King Arthur. Either way, her story has been told since the people’s early days.

The figure’s name has been lost to time; Twili pop culture has often dubbed her “The Imp,” as many variations of the tale note her short stature. The word “imp” is even used in some circles as an insult, i.e. “Don’t be an imp.” (Zan’t curse on Midna was in fact a stealth pun based on the phrase, adding to her shame.)”

{Submitted by Anon

Art by Lenecian9}

Jul 27 '14
The inbox is super empty a lot of the time. Why don’t you guys fill it up?

The inbox is super empty a lot of the time. Why don’t you guys fill it up?

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