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a Miniblin goes shopping by ragedaisy a Miniblin goes shopping by ragedaisy

I've always liked the Miniblins from Wind Waker. They're so cute and annoying ^_^

anyway I got the idea for this because somewhere in the game Beedle mentions he sells knight's crests to monsters so I figured he sells other things to them as well :)
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VoadorChama Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Adorable and annoying, yes; this made me crack up so much; wow, thank you for drawing this! :XD:
Corro7 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013
Thats Rather Adorable In A Way
SilverBellsAbove Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2013
my gosh, I feel really bad for killing monsters if they do actually buy things from Beedle. I mean, I already feel bad about them, this just makes it worse. My personal headcanon for Moe the Moblin and Maggie was that Maggie was actually right about him, and his letter sounded somewhat-threatening because idk when moblins get married the wedding feast is a symbolic eating of each other's lives to become one life or some other easily mis-understood thing one could just make up.

I'd like a game where the monster races are friendly for once (various tribes of blins, stalfos, lizalfos, etc.) and the traditional races (except maybe hylians to Link) are the bad guys. We've already fought some Gorons anyway, and the Zora have gone evil in a few games...

It would mix it up, and it would be fun.
aflickr Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
Hmm, theres probably a few Action Replay codes to play as other enemies and aces in the game, albeit may adversely affect your health and defense.
ragedaisy Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
I always figured Moe did like Maggie (why else would he give her a whole bunch of necklaces?). I picture Moe's friends 'helped' him write that letter and he's like "guys, are you sure about this?" and they're like "'eat you for dinner' is a totally legit expression"
SilverBellsAbove Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013
I like to think that Maggie's dad built up some kind of shipping or trade empire with the necklaces he auctioned off, especially with the merchant in town getting all of those plants and ornaments from the goron traders. And eventually Maggie and Moe inherit it.

So despite everything after a while the richest people on the Great Sea are a moblin and a cute little snub-nosed woman. And they're even successful. Why? Blins live everywhere on the great sea, and have previously been unable to trade with other races due to their 'bad' reputation (Which is why they hung out with Ganondorf, I guess; he employed them where they got snubbed as pirates and bandits elsewhere) but trading is a better source of money!

I imagine they didn't actually leave and there's still a great sea area over the 'old' Hyrule that's got a blin empire on it, as well as the rito and some remaining humans, that just was never covered in Spirit Tracks.
swordxdolphin Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hahahahaha great work!!!! XD
ragedaisy Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013
thanks :)
bubblesishot46853 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012
I know! May I hug one?
ragedaisy Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2012
you can try, but they seem to think pricking someone with a pitch fork is the height of comedy ;)
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