Along the coast of Maine, late October, 2021.
Good evening, all,
Well, the Rito article has, as of two minutes ago, finally been published. It is somewhat extensive, which explains why it took me so long. There is a surprising amount of depth behind the Rito (at least for the discerning gamer), and I hope the article can shed some light upon their culture's inspiration. I had planned on uploading it the last day of October, but was detained a bit from that goal due to an unplanned camping trip to Maine. (Let us say that it was . . . cold.)
That said, with the Rito finished, all the non-Hylian races have been covered, which leaves me with just a few things: Hyrule Castle and other Hylian structures, the Forgotten Temple, the strange Labyrinths and the Lomei Culture, and, potentially, a wee article on the Great Fairy Fountains. Please let me know if you have preferences, or any ideas for articles of your own. I'm always open to suggestions. As always, happy reading.
"I was . . . delayed."
11/7/2021 08:38:15 pm
I am eager to read!
11/21/2021 11:12:38 am
2/12/2022 01:31:29 pm
I thought jumping on the most recent post on this would help me get your attention to thank you, profoundly. As someone who's writing their final essay to be able to graduate making a relation between real world architecture and in game architecture i can't explain how amazing finding this website was in helping me make some of my points more solid. What you do here is beautiful and the appreciation you show for the art and architecture just made me happy to read all of the articles on Breath of the wild. Thank you so much.
3/19/2022 02:46:26 pm
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The universe of The Legend of Zelda is replete with multifarious architectural oddities, beautiful and resonating structures, and ineffably-mysterious temples hidden in the remote corners of the world. It is my hope to explore said places, shedding light upon some of their salient features, and fulfilling the goals laid out by the introduction, the main goal of which is to help people understand and appreciate the unspoken, yet deeply-felt, allure of these locations and structures.