Process-Analysis Essay - AJ Garrigus English 101 Shabbat...

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AJ Garrigus March 13, 2008 English 101, Shabbat Process-Analysis Essay The Legend of Zelda; Ocarina of Time Walkthrough Kokiri Forest Link lives in the Kokiri Forest, and he is the only resident without a Fairy companion. At night, Link dreams of a dark figure who kidnaps Princess Zelda from Hyrule Castle. The Deku Tree has kept a watchful eye on Link and knows how important he really is to the future of Hyrule. It is time for Link to learn his true destiny. A Fairy named Navi is sent to bring Link to the Deku Tree. To begin the adventure exit Link's house, go down the ladder, and talk to the girl named Saria. Facing away from the ladder, follow the left wall around and up the ramp to a meadow with a series of fences. Follow the path through the fences to a small tunnel. Enter the tunnel and crawl through it. Follow the passageway, avoiding the rolling boulder, to reach a large treasure chest. Open it to receive the Kokiri Sword. Return to the village, enter the shop, and purchase the Deku Shield for 40 rupees. Facing away from Link's house, go forward to the dirt path and turn right. Go forward and cross the water to reach a large tunnel entrance. After talking Mido, follow the one-way path
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