After taking back all the Divine Beasts, collected high-leveled weapons, built myself a house, activated almost all shrines, completed quests and still a big scaredy-cat to actually go face to face with a lynel, I decided to go get Calamity Ganon. Haha! 😛
I wasn’t disappointed though. With the help of the four champions and their divine beasts, Ganon was pretty easy to kill. I struggled with Thunderblight Ganon more, to be honest. Oh wait, it’s nothing compared to a surprise meet up with a lynel that would kill me in a few seconds.
After I killed both Calamity Ganon and Dark Beast Ganon, I learned that Ganon is also called Ganondorf in his humanoid form, a leader of the Gerudo people. This reminded me of the book series The Abhorsen by Garth Nix where the antagonist is called Kerrigor (evil form) and Rogerik (human), a prince in the Old Kingdom. Hmmmm. Now, I can’t help but think of an evil name for myself. 😈 LOL. I think my husband knows the answer to that. 🤭
I came here to say… I finished BOTW with a heavy heart. 😭 I mean, what will I do now?
It’s the same feeling I felt when I finished The Abhorsen Trilogy. Nothing is going to be better than this. I got lost in my imagination that I find it hard to move on in real life.
When my husband brought the Switch with him for a few days, I slowly got myself back together. And now that the Switch is back, I created a new user to start anew. I don’t want to go on master mode because duuuuhhh I’m already scared to face a lynel in easy mode, what more in master mode?
So, I’m back again bokoblins and moblins and lizalfos. Let me just get the paraglider from the king!😂
By the way, the amazing graphics in BOTW never fail to amaze me every… single… time…
Link, it’s time to save Hyrule again!
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