Sunday, December 30, 2012
Kirby (カービィ, Kābī in Japan) is the titular pink puff and main protagonist of Nintendo's Kirby series of video games named after him. The series has been running for two decades, and nearly thirty titles have been released under Kirby's name, most of which are developed by HAL Laboratory Inc. or published by HAL for co-developing studios.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Kind of fitting releasing this now with all the hype around December 21, but be warned this is a very hard papercraft, one of the hardest I've done so it isn't recommended for beginners/newbies. Also, I'm releasing another papercraft tomorrow for being inactive, so stay tuned!
A Skull Kid is what a child becomes after getting lost in the Lost Woods; at least one Skull Kid appears in Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, and Twilight Princess. They first interact with Link in Ocarina of Time, and later a Skull Kid plays a major role in Majora's Mask. Skull
The Skull Kid becomes a central character in Majora's Mask. Under the influence of the Majora's Mask that he stole from the Happy Mask Salesman, Skull Kid becomes a powerful sorcerer. Using this new-found might, he wreaks havoc on the four worlds of Termina, ultimately attempting to destroy it by bringing the Moon down upon the land. He appears to be the main antagonist through most of the game, though he himself is not evil and is merely being controlled by the powers of Majora's Mask. Skull Kid is self-centered and has an affinity for mischief. Due to his behavior and physical appearance, he is often called an imp. The Skull Kid is resented by most Terminians because of the tricks he plays on them, though he finds companionship in the sibling fairies Tatl and Tael. He is strongly implied to be the same Skull Kid as the one in the Lost Woods of Ocarina of Time.
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