To start at the beginning of the journey, go here.

 

In chapter seventeen, I journey into the Gerudo Canyon to discover a hidden complex, admire some of the most beautiful views in Hyrule, and pay the enshrined Divine Beast Vah Naboris a visit before finally leaving the enchanting lands of the Gerudo behind me.

 

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For such a big structure, this was surprisingly well-hidden
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This is my least favorite labyrinth, and the simplest I feel, but I still enjoyed it

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This (Mt. Granajh) is my favorite view of Hyrule; it is just breathtaking on a clear day
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Of course, it’s also pretty breathtaking on a clear night
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Ridiculous theory: this labyrinth is just a giant Lego brick dropped by a deity

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Mt. Granajh is just a beautiful place in general

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It was a great surprise to run into the Goron Blood Brothers again here

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This reminds me of Mt. Tamaranch from Link’s Awakening
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I always appreciate side-quests that involve actually helping people

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I don’t even know

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I love these kinds of dizzying moments of scale in video games

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Ruins at the edge of the desert
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She who pierced the sun

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Between shield and sand seal surfing, moving around the desert was a blast
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I could watch this sunset a hundred times and not tire of it…I mean, I probably did…

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Good night, Gerudo Town

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Though I wish I could explore its entirety, the desert lived up to expectations

 

In chapter eighteen, it’s the beginning of the end.

 

*The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by Nintendo

All screenshots taken by me in-game

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