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I know how I'm going to end "Giving up the most"

and...

I don't want to write it. D:


The ending...the ending literally makes me want to choke up and die (gomen Kali-chan). Not because it's a bad ending. It's not happy. D: And it never will be because I chose the most difficult stupidest timeline to work with.

D: So, I'll probably finish it this week and curl up in my room and die.


(I SUCK)
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  • Current Music: Requiem ~Inori~ - lisa
Such faith. I guess it'll work out somehow (one day I'll write a happy ending and it'll pwn everyone. XD)
DOWN WITH UNHAPPY ENDINGS!!! no unhappy endings!! *lobbies for happy ending*

*much booing*
*unsupportive friend*

Okay, okay... c'mon, finish it, if you don't, we'll all bug you to death. Precise parameters for 'all' will become clear at a later, undefined date.
*eyes Kail's comment and suffers long internal debate centered on the question of 'to go find all the chapters and read 'em so as to pick a side in the happy ending vs. unhappy ending debate or not to go find all the chapters and read 'em so as to pick a side in the happy ending vs. unhappy ending debate'*

o.o That's a looooooong question...
Well, the timeline itself gives the ending away. >.> Remember the beginning of "Wind Waker"? Ganondorf comes back, Hyrule is conquered and enslaved/mistreated and then the place floods and the great Ocean is born.

Kind of a giveaway ending really.
Yeah yeah, but still... u.u; *sighs in resignation* Evil logistics of timelines... *mutters to self*