New Testimonial: Midnafan

While the finalization of our Testimonials book is fast-approaching, we are still accepting new additions to the Letter Tributes section. In fact, we just received another one, this time from forum member Midnafan10039:

I had rented The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess from a local movie and game rental store about five years ago. Admittedly, I was more of a fan of the Mario franchise, but I had enjoyed previous games in the Zelda series, too. Obviously, Ocarina of Time stood out for me, since it was the first Zelda game that I completed. That said, I had never imagined playing an entry in the series that incorporated the Wii’s motion controls, and thought that I would need a GameCube controller. Wow, how wrong I was.

 

In any case, the game started up and gave me this immense feeling of excitement. Although, excitement was easy to come by for a thirteen-year-old kid. However, the first task was arduous and labor intensive. I mean, come on! That goat-herding was the worst thing that I ever did in a Zelda game. Then I was ordered to go to Hyrule Castle to deliver some stuff (what was in those crates?).

 

Still, I knew that this was going to be the best part…when Princess Zelda got kidnapped. How she actually got captured wasn’t known, but off I went to set the story in motion. Upon initially entering the Twilight Realm, I had no idea that Link was going to transform into a wolf… Or did I? It was such a long time ago that I can’t accurately remember too much of my memories from the game. None of that mattered, as I automatically feel in love with some sort of small, floating thing with a helmet. Midna.

 

After having completed Twilight Princess, I told my younger sister that I had these sort of feelings for a video game character. Now, my sister told my parents, even though I told her not to. My parents, however, didn’t believe her. Unabashedly, I do still have feelings for Midna. Now that I’m older, though, they have certainly matured. And, like everyone else here, I too want Midna back.

2 thoughts on “New Testimonial: Midnafan

  1. It’s great to finally have my testimonial ready. I’m sorry that it probably was not the best, but it was written very quickly. Hope you enjoyed reading it!

  2. Well its like they say. THE MORE THE MERRIER! Or short and sweet. I like the last paragraph the most though. I still have yet to tell anyone else I know in real life that I love this character to pieces.

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