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link from beyond the grave

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link has been revived by a fairy


==EDIT==

thanks everyone for your comments thanks newgrounds for the front page!!

alot of people wondered what killed link so i will tell you the back story:


link and zelda are fighting ganon but in the heat of battle ganon uses dark magic to posses zelda who then fires her light arrow straight through links heart they bury link under ground and keep his corpse locked in a temple filled with boobie traps so he can never escape! however, link's fairy navi still lives and uses her power to revive link. navi tells link what happened and link is horrifed by his deformed undead appearance he swears revenge on hyrule and navi turns red as a result of their evil plan!

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This is just what happens in BoTW.

epic...

You need to make an actual comic based on that background story, that'll really put you up there. That and a vengeful Link.

.....BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!------oh. Hey, Link. Pretty good, though.

dommi-fresh responds:

thanks buddy.

While not that special, I did in fact like this. I think the best part is probably how grim it comes across as. I think this is a pretty accurate depiction of a rotting corpse. There may be no zombies in real life, but we have dead bodies to look at. You really are a great artist. So I guess Navi is evil now too.

Eh, no one liked her anyway. I like how you include a story to go with it. We don't need a literature portal with you! Zombies are just so awesome. The background is great too.

dommi-fresh responds:

thanks man

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