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I team up with the largely ineffectual Teba to reach the airborne Vah Medoh, wherein I trash-talk Revali the whole time because he’s a massive prick.
In a massive detour, I go and locate the royal horse at the Sanidin Park Ruins, where there is another Lost Memory. Afterwards, I bond with the newly christened Gateau on a long ride back to Rito Village where the plot is interrupted by the Elgato tur
I continue horsing around, my audio getting desynced from the game in the process and I didn’t notice until right now, and finding: bunches of hidden Koroks; a Stone Talus; Farosh again; Hestu again; two more Lost Memories; and just a metric ton of bats!
I continue my aimless meandering and wind up in the plains near the Highland Stable, wherein I struggle to control my horse because my physical coordination is weakened by the autism.
There’s a bit of an echo on my voice in this one and I don’t know why; it might be because I was testing Shotcut for the editing.
Otherwise, I determine that the best idea would be to try to ride Farosh before: wandering about the waterfalls in the search for things; meet the traveling accordionist Rito, Kass; explode a rock by getting lightning to strike a sword sitting atop it; and then meander about Lake Hylia for a while.
I head south to Faron Woods and become decidedly alarmed by the existence of Farosh, a giant electricity dragon that aimlessly floats around spitting electric balls at everything.
And this reminds me of Sparky and the most horrible camping trip that made me quit being a Boy Scout.
Eventually. Once the ADHD lets more than half a thought through at a time.
Along with completing many shrines for their sweet, sweet balls, I meander about in the search for the memory points the Sheikah Slate’s pictures point towards.
After receiving Mipha’s Grace and chatting with some of the Zora (Is the plural of Zora like the plural of Deer? Who really knows), I’m back to aimlessly meandering through devastated villages and stagnant swampland.
After TAKING REVENGE upon the Lynel, I ride the pretty fishman into combat against a giant mecha-elephant and purge it of evil, releasing Mipha’s soul from its imprisonment.
It’s about this point that I realize that this game very easily ranks as one of my all-time favorites.
I meander through Zora’s Domain, harassing the elderly who are rather bitter that Link led the beloved Zora Champion to her death, and then get killed by an angry lion-centaur.