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    Triforce Tributes Week 3: Tell us your best memory of Zelda
    • We’re in the midst of saying farewell to Zelda’s 30th anniversary year, and we’re sending it out with a bang by asking you – the fans – to share how much The Legend of Zelda means to you. Over the past two weeks we invited you to submit photos of your Zelda collections and fan art, and this week we’re moving onto something written: we want you to write about your favorite memory associated with The Legend of Zelda.

      Your memory can be absolutely anything, as long as it’s about The Legend of Zelda. For myself, I’d have trouble choosing just one! I might write about how it felt the first time I beat a Zelda game, or the fact that I met my husband because of Zelda. I might also write about the time I watched the Symphony of the Goddesses, surrounded by Zelda fans, at the iconic Sydney Opera House. And that’s not to mention all of the incredible moments that have come from running a Legend of Zelda website for more than 15 years. Zelda has had a huge impact on my life, and I know it’s impacted so many of you who are reading this as well. No matter how big or seemingly insignificant your favorite memory is, if it’s special to you, we would love to hear about it.

      You have a maximum of 200 words to write about your memory, and we’re accepting one submission per person. Submissions will be open this week, and you can send in yours via this page, or on our Gleam website.

      We have ten sets of 30th anniversary art prints to give away, thanks to Nintendo Australia, to some of our favorite memories. Each winner will received a collection of three images.
      A famous explorer once said, that the extraordinary is in what we do, not who we are.