I followed the plot in Wind Waker! Mostly. I took Link's place. There were some differences.
Like, I chose not to power up my sword, because putting people I'd made friends with at the bottom of some dungeons to play songs while I did sidequests seemed mean? And my boat called me a sentimental fool.
And it turns out that Ganondorf can tank a looooot of damage when you're not specifically exploiting his weakness. Like, car chucking and collapsing buildings just doesn't cut it. He is very durable.
I also interrupted his speech about the wind to call him a dick.
Anyway, I have a triangle in my hand now. Didn't lose that fight.
Was just... way more labor intensive than canon.>>57304459> what are you like when you have amnesia?
I've never taken an amnesia drawback, unless you count selective memories such as forgetting I took a drawback, in which case I usually end up noticing the point discrepancy and start taking precautionary measures against my own potential bullshit, which usually ends up making things more complicated than if I hadn't.
I am my own worst enemy.> How different are you when you're under a power loss drawback?
More sedate, mostly. I tend to be very nonplussed and fade into the background due to sheer disinterest.> How much of you is defined by your superpowers at this point?
I mean, most of my actions are. And I guess all those motivation perks are the only thing inspiring me to do things anymore.
But in terms of interests or fun, nothing. It's more about motivating and capability than preferences or desires.>>57305733
I janked up the tech level a lot to fuck with the elves. Like, not in terms of "making a stable society" or anything, I didn't care about that. I just started dumping mass produced science into the world for humanity for shits and giggles. As far as they were concerned it was basically magic.>>57305895>I'm eating some raw onions right now
Huh. I thought I was weird for doing that.