Sometimes I feel like a concept as cool as Gerudos is wasted on a series that goes as light on story as Zelda, because I totally want to read like, a big long dry seven book Jack Whyte series about the history of the Gerudo clan and their social structure and the role gender dynamics play in their society and what these once-every-hundred-years male children go through growing up in a society of nothing but women and what they actually have to behave like to be accepted by the rest of the Gerudos as the new king and their politics with the predominantly male-dominated kingdom of Hyrule that led to this situation where they’re both regarded as a band of thieves and their king is invited on fairly congenial terms to chat with Hyrule’s King.
Like all we really know about Ganondorf as a person is he was completely raised by women, the other Gerudo respect him, Nabooru used to be his BFF but now they’re on the outs, and he cares about the welfare of his people to the point of dangerous obsession.
I kind of like the idea that the Gerudo King is a “King” in the sense that he’s like an ambassador and they give him a backpack full lunchables and send him out in the world to hold council with the other kings because there’s a pretty clear bias against Gerudo women in Hyrule and it’s their way of infiltrating that boy’s club, but if the King wants any respect and power in the actual clan he’s gotta bust his ass to prove himself.
Tyler Hoechlin apologising because he couldn’t come over to take pictures with fans
MTV Movie Awards
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So today I went to the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards and Sam Claflin skipped by saying “sorry I can’t stop, I’m late and I’ve got to mush on through.”