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"The clever are not so much looking for loneliness as they avoid the fuss created by fools." - Arthur Schopenhauer


This story is a sequel to The Legend of Equestria: Ocarina of Time

A legendary evil had awoken in an alternate Equestria for the hero and his new friends to fight. Twilight and her friends, plus Hero with the help of Celestia all work together to save Luna from her possessed madness. Will they be able to save Luna and this mirrored Equestria? Or will it be too late?

Chapters (27)
Comments ( 16 )

Don't forget to add the sub-tag of Legend of Zelda.

At long last, it finally gets a dislike. This did have a flawless streak for at least a week before that, so I guess I got lucky. Shame for that because I’m putting everything I have into this story. Just understand that there was a legitimate reason why I have disabled ratings in my work; cause I just don’t go around pissing in peoples’ cornflakes as I feel that there’re better and more productive things that I could be doing with my time than that.

(I am tempted to disable ratings again and I’m tired of people asking why I do this when I have explained this multiple times.)

I don’t know about you guys, but do you know what I personally do when I don’t like someone’s work? I don’t read it; I skip it entirely and go find something I would like. That might make me crazy or stupid, then okay, I guess I’m both crazy and stupid.

But I just don’t feel that it’s necessary for me to attack someone’s work when I’m not the best, myself. I’m not better than anyone else and I don’t claim to be. Sure, I might have an attitude, and depending on how you look at it, you could call it justified. To me, disliking someone’s work gives me a gross feeling to do. And it feels like I would be personally attacking them and their skills as an author.

Why should I sit down and read something that I genuinely don’t like? I am a human, this means that I can choose not to read it and go find something else that I would much rather enjoy. This gives way to the phrase, “you can only win if you play the game; you’ll be loved for it, you’ll get hated for it, you’ll get nothing if you wait for it.”

Are you going to do any of the other Zelda games?

Possibly, yes. I was thinking about doing the whole series as Hero being Link. But with a twist. In this story, it was designed to be parallel to Majora’s Mask; how would I go about re-designing a famous game in the style of MLP while still making it feel authentic? Needless to say, it is a bit of a challenge, but one that I’m honestly having fun doing. There shall be no spoilers, but the biggest twist will be about the villain himself, Majora.

Someone liked it, then revoked that like? There would have to be a reason, right? At least I would think so. What could be wrong with this story that doing this would become necessary? I am perplexingly confused. If you genuinely did not like the story, then all you had to do was skip it entirely, mate. I have said this before and I’ll say it again; I’ll never understand other human beings for as long as I’ll live on this planet.

I’m having trouble trying to figure this out. If I make a decision, I am not indecisive about it; once I make that decision, that decision becomes final. Even the Buddha loses his patience when insulted a third time. Right now, it’s at two, one more transgression and I’ll revoke the ratings on this story. Do not pass go, do not collect two hundred dollars.

Then the fun is ruined for everyone, I’m afraid. But I humbly believe that it should not come to this. That this is entirely unnecessary and uncalled for. There would have to be a very good reason for me to regress on my final kibosh.

Is it really too much to ask for some clarity or some transparency on such hasty and irrational decisions? I’m pouring every ounce of love I can into this, so it feels like I’m being attacked here. I do not appreciate that.

“Light... blue... beautiful...” She walked towards it like a zombie as Celestia and Twilight tried to stop her.

Crap. Looks like the aliens from Skyline are here.

I know that may not be the case, but I had to point that out.


Guess I'm both crazy and stupid

You said it, not us. 🙃

Who are you even talking to, this is not a healthy look at all.

Comment posted by xombiekilla deleted May 2nd

I believe that I was abundantly clear with what I said. People are bold enough to dislike, then stupid enough to ask me why I'm disabling my ratings for my stories. Yes, even the Buddha loses his patience when insulted a third time.

And please do not cherry-pick my comment just to look for ammunition to use against me, thank you. Let me be crystal clear here: I must be both crazy and stupid for being possibly the only guy who refuses to dislike someone else's work. I guess it's strange for those who're used to doing so to see someone who genuinely doesn't want to do that. If you don't like it, that's fine, then simply don't read it. There's no need to overstep boundaries.

Comment posted by xombiekilla deleted May 7th

I wonder if they're angry that I have supposedly overstepped a boundary, or are they angry at the fact that try as much as they wish, loathe are they to admit it, but deep down they know I'm right?

If this is the case, then I'm afraid that your personal gripe against me has nothing to do with the success or failure of this story in any capacity, regardless if you genuinely feel that I'm right or not, and therefore, should be addressed via personal messaging, or in a blog, not in a specific story for you take your frustration out on.

Yes, I cut right through the fluff and get straight to the point. It's a thing I like to do. So, please, I politely ask that you refrain from mucking up someone else's work of an individual that you obviously don't like for whatever reason you might have.

If it's genuine feedback then it's always welcomed in any story I post. My only condition with any comment posted in any story I release: please do your best to remain on topic with said story, thank you.

I don't micromanage every comment unless it's brought to my attention. But I would appreciate it immensely that you do your best to help me improve my skills as an author.

I am beginning to notice the dislikes in this story. Could there be a reason why? I mean, come on, man. This is not a bad story, far from it. No, it's not the best, but it shouldn't deserve so much hatred. Why get shafted on so hard? This greatly confuses me.

All I aim to do is to improve as an author. Mercilessly bombing me full of dislikes is not going to help me improve as an author. It would discourage me more than teach me anything. If life is full of learning lessons then I shall learn nothing here sadly.

I usually never dislike any story unless it advocates for self harm, suicide, and anything hazardous to the human body in real life. If it is fictional, that's different, but if its delivering a message to do so in real life, then it's worthy of being disliked.

Why do I not dislike any story? It's not because I'm arrogant, honestly, quite the opposite, I understand that I'm not perfect so why should I attack someone else's work if I myself am not much better?

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