Title: Legend of Zelda: The True Force
Author: Hikari no Vikki
Media: Video Game / Movie
Topic: Legend of Zelda / Star Wars
Genre: Adventure / Fantasy
URL: Legend of Zelda: The True Force
Critiqued by TacoMagic and Retired Darth Lord Crunchy
And here we are, the last regurgitation chapter. Sadly, I went back in checked, and it’s also the longest chapter in the fic by about a hundred words. Fortunately, we’ve suffered through so many regurgitation chapters that I’m not going to feel bad summarizing large swaths of this one. Let’s get cracking! Crunchy?
“Crawling in the dungeon, metal leather straps, standard deviations, and Auru continuing his trend of inaction.”
Perfect! Let’s check out this chapter’s disclaimer and author’s note.
Disclaimer: Do we really own anything?
Possibly debatable, since ownership is a societal construct; however, as a construct the validation of ownership is pursuant to societies definition of owning something. Whether or not you agree with society’s view on ownership, it’s probably still a good idea to at least assume you own your own meat bag. Bad things happen when that basic ownership is not assumed.
I mean, it’s all just plot devices, right?
“No? I am not at all convinced that an entity laying claim to physical or intellectual property could be considered entirely plot devices.”
Still, I think a patent law thriller is something the world needs.
Wait… there’s something in the water isn’t there?
Is there? Let me check.
Hmm, I think it’s just a bunch of sticks that are catching the light in a weird way.
“It is quite obviously a duck and its shadow being partially obscured by a wave.”
I’m not usually so philosophical…
Says the author who has broken down into pseudo-philosophical ramblings almost every time she ventured away from the plot she was stealing.