"He just transformed into a $%#@ing teapot, ladies and gentlemen!"

The fourth episode of this season’s Legend of Neil finally graces our computer screens today with a hilarious look at Hyrulian racism, debauchery, sacrifice, and dance offs!

What are you waiting for? Hit the jump to view the episode now!

Disclaimer: Show contains vulgar humor and strong language.

Source: Legend of Neil
  • lifesavers2

    I'm glad this article was on time, (the others were a couple days late) becuase I forgot about this one.
    (Im not complainig about the lateness though)

    • Triforce of the Gods

      This one was actually a day late ๐Ÿ˜›

      • bastian

        It was written on time, however. ๐Ÿ˜›

  • Thareous

    While it still contains the usual streaks of humor, this has to be the saddest Legend of Neil episode I've seen yet. But just like in every good story, the hero has to be challenged in every manner so that the tension can keep mounting. Still, it's pitiable that their lives must be tested so.

    • Hmm…bizarre. Not sure how that happened, but my account is back now. So, yeah, that's me above.

      • lifesavers2


        • On my first comment my name was in back, meaning that I wasn't logged in when I didn't log out. I had to log in back so that I could get my account back up. I know, it doesn't make sense to me either.

          • Craziness

            Yeah, I have to agree. The end of this episode is pretty sad, though I'm not going to give the ending away.

  • No! Do you people learn that this is a public Violation and is not fit for a fan based Zelda Site??????

    • Zeldadudetp

      Shut up.

    • Zaros

      sthu <3

    • King Kay

      "Disclaimer: Show contains vulgar humor and strong language."

      Shaddup. :3

    • JordanChi

      It's fine. In order to watch it you have to follow a link with no extra content other than the video. If you don't want to watch it, don't.

  • guest

    "OH, its like he's kneeing you from a distance!" haha lol

  • Sir Calibur

    It's much more serious than the other episodes, but at the same time, it manages to be even more epic. If this hadn't been a comedy right off the bat, I could see them making a truly dramatic fanfilm out of it.

    • TheMaverickk

      Honestly the Legend of Neil is better then any fan film out there. Simply because they've chosen the perfect Zelda to adapt. The original LoZ was ambiguous thanks to the pixelated sprites, it means that they can recreate enemies and areas from the game without having to go too over the top in terms of production values.

      I especially like that they don't rely on special effects or 3D animation… I mean the monsters are created out of hand made materials and costumes… I mean come on the Like Like was awesome, as simple as the design was.

      The cast is perfect too… it's not like they need to have an excess amount of characters since there wasn't that many in the original anyhow. Literally there was Link, Old Man, Old Woman, Shop Keeper, Ganon and Zelda. That is literally it in terms of characters really.

      Anyhow I just hope the show keeps going, and I hope they do a Blu-Ray release or box set edition at the end of it all. I'm going to buy it on day one.

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  • Cam

    "You just got yourself a dance off you s.o.b"
    Haha, the way that guy said that…
    Best line in the episode.