The Myth continues...
Now, let me begin by refreshing your memory.
Remember when I was talking about a character I made up called
Jujiro (it's me, Mandy Wright), and that I was going to send
you the myth that made him a heroic legend, just like Link? Here
You can post it if you want, but I would recommend posting it
in Miscellaneous because it is short and its not in a download.
You don't need to post it if you don't want to. This is sort
of a present from me to you guys.
By the way, if you are interested or just plain confused about
the myth, I would be happy to clear it up for you. It would be
hard following this without even knowing a thing about the Dimensional.
The Legacy of Jujiro
(from "The War of the Drachenores")
...The torment of the war has seem to enslave
the hopes of all. The Drachenores have destroyed all of the Dimensional
with the Drachenore Lord Clazden in command. The heroic warriors
could not cease their reign. Even the dragon hunter Drae was
at his mercy, and could not stop his evil deeds.
The sky dimmed dark. The darkness has come. Lord Clazden has
risen from the tall peaks of Fiestin Ridge with a proclamation.
He has called upon himself as the new ruler of the Dimensional.
He shall take his throne by slaying the spiritual ruler, Kinesis.
After he announced his reign as the ruler, millions upon millions
of Drachenore warriors charged from the ridge towards the remaining
souls at Shaphir Peak.
The remaining souls at the peak were only five Wonyias, one among
them was the princess Kairu. As her followers waited for the
end to communes, Kairu spread her wings and soared to the heights
above. At the very top of Shaphir Peak, she spoke out to anyone
up there who could hear her.
"Great spirit Kinesis," she stated. "Hear my cry.
Clazden has come to slay you. The evil within has enslaved him.
He will rule all of the Dimensional at any cost. No one is here
to help. Everyone who is willing to fight is gone. The Slave
Warrior, The Spirit Indian, Drae, all of the warriors of the
myths are missing. Even the tribes of the Serpentras and the
Reptillians are banished from sight. All that is left is me and
four of my souls who beckon my every right as their Lady. I am
asking for your power, Kinesis. Call upon the mighty spirits
that creates the living and all that is to be seen. Send your
almighty power. This is the last hope..."
She is to be stopped to realize that Kinesis cannot listen to
her voice. She swoops to below to see all of the Drachenore race,
Clazden holding the Claw of Spirit against Kinesis's neck. 'Tis
As Clazden begins to strike, a shrill has been called and the
sky flashed bright. All looked upon the sky to see the darkness
open up into a mystic blue, unlike any portal no one has beheld
their eyes to seek. Form the blue, a mystic creature descended
downward. Slowly and solemnly the creature descended from the
blue to the ground. It slowly settled to the middle of the gathering,
in the view of Lord Clazden. It reached the ground.
The creature looked like a Wonyia, with feathers and long wings,
yet no tail. Its feathers were dark green and its tunic was made
of the light green leaves that has never been grown by a living
plant. Its arms, legs, and other parts of his body were wrapped
in vines. Shielding its face were bright golden blades chiseled
to looked like wings. The blades dropped to overlook its face.
She was a beautiful magnificent creature. Her dark black, metallic
eyes would not leave from the eye contact of Clazden's.
"Seize her!" demanded Clazden to his warriors. The
battle overlooked by the Kairu and her subjects was a bloody
and treacherous. They could barely recall what happened. All
they remembered was a slash by the creature's right blade tearing
through the arm and tail of Clazden and their eyes were blinded
to see the rest. When they could finally see, they saw a beautifully
restored land with everyone back. They spent a few days finding
the survived tribes. All tribes, all animals, all warriors and
legacies survived. All the Drachenores were there as well, hissing
crude remarks and proclamations to Kairu.
The Dimensional has been revived, no one remembered the creature.
Not even Kairu. Who will soon remember. She reached Shaphir Peak
for the first time after the end of the war. She then flew to
the top, not knowing why. On the way to the top, she can remember
vaguely the battle that took place time ago to end the War of
the Drachenores. She saw all, except for the warrior.
At the top, she met a Wonyia. The Wonyia flew to the outward
sky above and slowly landed in front of her. Her eye contact
was focused on the eyes of Kairu.
Kairu then realized who it was. It was her, the warrior who ended
the war. She was about to spread her wings to bow before her,
but the warrior raised her hand to stop her. The warrior then
spoke: "Jujiro." That was the only word she ever spoke.
She then spread her wings and flew away.
This incident at the end of the war set aside a new myth of the
Dimensional. A new legacy as well. The heroic legacy was known
as Jujiro, for these were the only words she ever spoke.
The Myth goes on.- Facts on the Legacy
-For one, this myth is a shorter version of
the end to the war story, War of the Drachenores. The difference
between the end of the story and the myth is that the war story
ending is longer and gets more in depth, even into the battle
at the end.
-The Drachenores are a new evil race that stormed into the realm
of the Dimensional. They resemble the form and actions of dragons
and have the structural form of man. They came from the crumbing
implosion of the ground which was caused by what the Wonyians
believed was a fiery pit beneath the surface (because fire rose
from the cracks and holes along with the Drachenores). After
they "surfaced from the pit" they fought for the rule
of the Dimensional.
-Lord Clazden is the ruler of the Drachenores who ruled upon
the powers of evil. He was the only Drachenore to have horns
and dragon-like wings. -The mentioned dragon hunter, Drae, is
also a legacy. She is very powerful because she is the only warrior
who fights dragons to stop them from causing a war between dragons
that will awaken the mighty dragon, Rebellion. She is also a
Wonyian, but no one knows how she originated. While Jujiro came
from a blue mist in the sky, Drae just appeared to tame the wild
Electroci. She is also the only legacy to have scars from battles.
-The Dimensional sky has no sun, moon, nor stars. The sky can
brighten into day and dim into night. That is why it says in
the story that the sky dimmed down. Also, the sky is not blue
at day. At day, the sky is golden, at night it is pitch black.
The Dimensional sky also has no clouds. Clouds only form when
the dragon, Electroci, awakens. Therefore, it does not rain,
unless the mighty dragon, Rebellion, awakens.
-Fiestin Ridge is a large, twisted range of rocks where Reptilians
and Snakelings train for battle. Many quarrels between Reptilians
and Snakelings are fought there.
-Kinesis is known as a spiritual ruler because he is a spirit
who rules the Dimensional. He is barely seen because he has the
power to hide himself into the thin air. Whoever sees him is
known to be blessed for one of many ways. Even if you do see
him, though, you will not see what he looks like for his head
dress and clothing covers his whole body (in some stories, it
is explained that when he lifts the horns on his head dress you
can almost see his golden eyes). He ruled the Dimensional since
it was created.
-Saphir Peak is a religious site. The peak is a large, jagged
diamond encrusted with other gemstones. It is so tall that when
you reach the top you can actually communicate to the spiritual
ruler and creators of the Dimensional. That is why many prayers
to the ruler and creators are to be said there.
-The Wonyians are a race of birds with human characteristics.
While they have the body structure of man, they have wings, tails,
beaks and claws of birds. While they have feathers, they have
arms and legs like man.
-Kairu is the only princess of the Wonyians, although there is
no king, queen, nor prince of the tribe. Though she tries not
to believe it, all Wonyians believe that she and Jujiro have
some kind of connection or relation.
-Slave Warrior and Spirit Indian are also legacies and warriors.
The Slave Warrior is similar to a Reptilian, except he looks
more like a lizard. He is also the very first legacy and warrior.
He is called the Slave Warrior because he fights for the losing
side of a battle he comes across, no matter if the losing side
is peaceful or evil, and if he fights then the losing side will
win. The Spirit Indian is the guardian of spirits and fights
for peace with her spiritual power. She is like a Wonyian, but
she is the only spirit that has a body and not a spiritual form.
The Slave Warrior and The Spirit Indian are the only two legacies
that are in love with each other since they met in battle.
-There is a typo in the myth. The word is Snakelings, NOT Serpentras.
Serpentra is a dragon; Snakelings is a race of serpents with
human characteristics. They resemble large black snakes, but
they have arms, claws, poisonous fangs that can harm or kill,
and a long snake tail.
-Reptilians also are snakes with human characteristics. They
have scales that can either have a color of tan or a color of
light brown. They have the body structure of man, but they have
arms, legs, slender fingers and toes (almost tail-like), claws,
poisonous fangs that contain many poisons that can do many harmful
things to a victim (harm, stung, kill, sleep, even transform
them into another creature), tail with a rattlesnake rattle,
and a cobra hood.
-The spirits that create the living is the four spirits who created
the Dimensional. Earth, who resembles a majestic wolf, created
the plants and trees. Wind, who resembled an animal in the Dimensional
called a Longtail, created the sky. Water, who resembled a Snakeling,
created the oceans and seas of the Dimensional. Fire, who resembled
a burned, fiery wildcat, created the lands. Although they did
not create the living, they are known as spirits who create the
living. The spirits who create the living are the two spirits,
War and Peace.
-The Claw of Spirit is a very powerful weapon. One swipe of the
Claw amongst a immortal creature's neck could cause him/her to
die. It was never used on mortals because it was known that when
a mortal dies, it will cause a chain reaction of deaths among
many (example, one mortal dies from the Claw, many people who
know him or her will die the same fate).
-Many portals to other dimensions exist in the Dimensional. The
dimensions "fold open" into a diamond shape opening.
The opening will lead into a large, mystic blue area where one
step could lead you into another dimension into another world
or let you fall into a deep chasm that will let you fall into
-Now onto Jujiro. Jujiro is a majestic creature, one of the latest
legacies of the Dimensional. He appears in a few other myths
and war stories since this one, like the War of the Dragons.
She is known to be majestic because she is unlike any legacy
the Dimensional has ever seen. She never spoke a word since she
told Kairu her name. She is known to have courage to stand up
to battles with pride ("She has no fear, she has no anger.
She will stand, fight, and live with pride." - Drae, War
of the Drachenores.).
I hope I do not mean to disappoint anyone
if I had a lot more on everything else in the myth and not much
on Jujiro. I will try to make it up to you somehow. I will also
try to either send more information on the Dimensional or a section
of the War of the Dragon story which involves Jujiro. Or maybe
I will send some information about the Dimensional language and
writing (yes, I have been bored enough to compose language and
The true fans
Hola! My name is Cotiru. I have
been a reader of your site since June of '98. Today I'm
in a writing mood (I wrote to everyone in my address book)
and I decided now is the time to speak out. This is my
first time sending a letter to HTLOZ, by the way.
While I was reading Goldenboy's editorial (The
Zelda Phenomenom) I thought, "I'm one of the true
fans!" I just fully enjoy the game.
The first Zelda game I ever played was The Legend of Zelda:The
Adventure of Link for the NES. I truly loved it!
It tells such a great story! I wanted to finish it then
SOMEHOW [looks at little siblings running around] it cracked
in half! I had to go to my friends house and play it!
And even after I finished it I still couldn't get enough!
Later in life, I played A Link to the Past and I got that same
thrill from years ago! After thinking that no more games
were gonna be made, here come Ocarina of Time!
I played it ever since I got it Christmas of '98 and to this
day I still play it! I have searched everywhere and tried
many of the secrets and other fun things posted on your site
Goldenboy is right about the style of the game. It is a
great combination of RPG, action, adventure, and puzzles!
Every time I make a new file on the game and start from the beggining
I still have a lot of fun! I keep trying to find new ways
to do things and find things! Every time I come to boss
in the game I turn the volume up to really experience it!
I purposely take all kinds of hits until I have about 3 or 4
hearts left and then start beating up the boss! It's like
there's more danger or something because Link could die with
just 1 or 2 more hits!
And the game tells such a great story! Its the very first
adventure that link is destined to go on before anything else!
The first time he meets his great enemy Ganon! It's the
very first time! And when it was the very first time I
played it, I always stopped and thought about the story and how
it goes on with the rest of the adventures. The first time
I confronted Ganon was a giant thrill!
Didn't everyone go through that? When you first beat The
King of Evil, didn't you think the he was truly dead? Then
didn't you just shout out "COOL!!!!!!!" when Ganondorf
survived the destruction of his castle and used the Triforce
of Power to transform into Ganon?? Didn't you think you
weren't gonna defeat him?
Although I think there could have been more improvements, I still
think it's a great adventure! The music at the end is what
I like the most. When Adult Link drives the Master Sword
into the Pedestal of Time for the last time and he is returned
to his original time as a child is amazing. Then Link turns
around and takes one last look at the Master Sword and (this
is what I like most) Navi flies up to the sunlight shining through
the window and the music goes up to the climax! That part
right there just fills me with a great feeling of adventure and
I have to take a deep breath and enjoy it all! That part
is just great!!
Well, I guess I've written a lot already (I'm not saying it's
P.S. - My email addy for responces is email@example.com.
Keep all your bottles shiny!