1. It begins...
Welcome to Link’s Journal: The Adventure! A tale of bravery and adventure is about to be told; a legend written; a hero born. The scene is set, and all the pieces are in place. An evil threat looms, and it is up to you to take up the reigns and travel through place and time to save the day.
Will you make history?
Link’s Journal: The Adventure is a thread for all proud owners of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D to record their story of legend and share it amongst fellow gamers. It provides you with the opportunity to document your adventure, successes and failures, while discussing them with your peers.
3. Rules and Guidelines
Please read and ensure you understand everything below before posting. If you have any queries, feel free to voice them in the thread or over Private Message.
Double Posting: There may come a time where no one has posted since your last update. If this is the case, please refrain from double posting. Instead, simply edit in the new part of your personal story into your existing post. You may include something such as a date to distinguish between entries within the post if you wish.
On Topic: Please remember to keep on topic. Only post to log your progress or comment on other people’s entries. Other discussions are supported by other parts of the forum, so please ensure to use the appropriate place.
Length and Depth: Link’s Journal is all about recording your story while sharing it with your fellow gamers. The format of how you go about this is largely up to you, but you are invited to be as creative as you wish.
The bare minimum for your journal may be bullet points or simple sentences to explain the main gist of what you have done; the easy way to tell if you’ve achieved this is, if you can’t figure out what you’ve done from reading your own post, then it doesn’t contain enough information. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you’re more than welcome to write out your story and progress in full paragraphs and even with a twist, such as writing it in actual story format (as in writing it like bits of a book).
Be Courteous: Commenting on each other’s progress and achievements is encouraged, but maintain a positive tone at all times. Posting just to make a comment such as “you suck” is never productive, especially when you could just have a laugh together instead. This thread is the opportunity to bring together our experiences as a community, and as such we should keep it friendly at all times.
Hyrule needs a hero; will you answer the call?