Does that logo mean anything to you? No? Well it should. It's only the logo of one of the biggest, most iconic fantasy videogame fanchises in history! LEGEND OF ZELDA! OCARINA OF TIME!
The first Zelda game came out on the NES console in the 80's, before I was born! Lucky for me, my mom is a gamer/sci-fi nerd, so I grew up with the console in the house. Friday nights were for family games of Tetris, Mario Brothers, Ninja turtles and tidbits of the original Legend of Zelda games.
When I got my N64 to play videogames on my own, I found that I was pretty much terrible at everything Legend of Zelda. I could only go so far before frustration and fatigue got to me. Still, stubborn to the end, I poked at it. I never finished any of the games, but I have fond memories of coming upon insane enemies that were either too powerful for me to kill or too terrifying to behold (Thanks for the nightmares ReDeads!).
One of my favorite bits of the Ocarina of Time game was the fact that they introduced Navi, a little helper fairy to give you clues to the puzzles, dungeons, and infuriating quests. Although, there were points when her catchphrase, "Hey! Listen!" started to make me bonkers. Sometimes, I wish there were Navis in real life to give us clues about how to get around real world obstacles.... We could all use a nice, fairy companion, whether we're Zelda fans or not. That's why I made one....some...
|I started with this.|
|Ooh lala Swarovskis!|
|This time in 'Traditional' Navi colors.|
|See the lovely curving details of the wings?|
|When it doesn't come out like this...|
|Still, purple rhinestone Navi is pretty cute.|
If any of you guys are interested, you mosey on over to my Etsy and adopt one of these babies. Tune in MONDAY for my next post to see what these pendants look like as necklaces!
Thanks for reading!