That was a great manga! Thank you so much for translating it!^^
Oh, wow! I've read Akira's mangas for a while, but this one is just great!This translation will be way better than when VizKids eventually translates and alters it! Doesn't anyone hate that? Besides me?Thanks for translating this manga! It was great!
Huh, I actually felt the ending was a bit of a letdown...whatever became of Linebecks's old crew? and Jolene? I never played the game, so I don't know if it's more expanded upon there, but damn, talk about leaving loose ends =/Ah well, thanks for putting the time and effort into translating it, much appreciated :)Will you be continuing with the OG Zelda manga now?
This was a splendid manga! I liked how the Ocean King suddenly came out of nowhere! =D It made me smile inside and out! Truly a joyous read! I distinctly recommend reading and I hope you get as much fun-filled times as I did reading this exquisite story!
Thanks so much for the manga, Your translations were amazing,greetings!
Thank you to all of you! I really enjoyed translating it. Doing manga is fun, and I'll definitely be working on more in the future. You're right about the lose ends, I wish they'd explained more about what Linebeck's wish was. Did he wish none of it ever happened? Would the Ocean King still have been trapped, then? What happened to Ciela?OG Zelda manga? Do you mean the older one I'm working on under the Legend of Zelda index page? If so, yes, but it seems my Photobucket has exceeded its bandwidth limit, so I'll have to fix that tomorrow.
the loose ends are different from the game.in the game there were three more temples to get special metal for the sword.in the game jolene didnt help you at all and oshus wasnt the ocean king (trueform)till bellum died 4reel.and tetra was a stone till then to
Well, loose ends sort of end with Jolene and the old crew of the SS Linebeck; I think that, since Linebeck's boat didn't get destroyed like in the game, his wish was to go to Link's world; that's why his boat is there. I KNEW he was either part of that world or wanted to go there... It's been a theory I've had. I wonder if he really was part of Link and Tetra's world to begin with... I've got all sorts of timey-wimey theories about it... *yay Dr. Who references* but...the final chapter! This was wonderful to read, and now I can stop stalking the page every time I get online. ^^You are awesome for translating all these pages of manga, and it is terrific that you did such a wonderful job of it.
I played the game, so i know his wish was to bring back his boat. I dunno about it not happening so yea. About bellum, you battle him regular, than tetra turns normal, than he steals her and takes over the ghost ship, then finally he gets linebeck. The manga got a bit mixed up didnt it??? Anyways, this manga was awesome!! I was waiting to find out what happened!! Thanks Glitterberri, and Happy New Years!
OG Zelda manga? Do you mean the older one I'm working on under the Legend of Zelda index page? If so, yes, but it seems my Photobucket has exceeded its bandwidth limit, so I'll have to fix that tomorrow.Same anon that commented before:Ah, yes, OG is short for Original Game, I meant the manga based on the Original Game. Sorry if it wasn't clear XD
In the game, "Linebeck's crew" is never actually mentioned; we're not even sure he had one to begin with. Jolene is also just a minor character and is not involved with the final boss fight.In the gane, the boss fight is different as you fight Bellum in three stages: Normal, on s.S Linebeck, and as Bellumbeck. During the fight on S.S Linebeck, his ship takes tremendous amount of damage and Linebeck is unable to ride it after that. His wish is to just have it be restored to its original form.The post-credits ending is the same as the game, however, with Link watching Linebeck sail off towards the horizon.Hopefully that cleared some things up!
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