What Do You Think About Bards?

Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

So, we asked various characters what they thought of Bards.  Let’s see what they said:

Luke Callindor–  Entertaining and they seem to like me.  Probably because of the last name and my adventures help them get money.

Nyx–  Nice way to end a rough day, especially when you have a drink with you.  Although, some can be a bit too charming.

Fizzle–  Love pretty music!

Sari–  Competition and fun allies.  Depends on our moods.

Timoran Wrath– They are very important because they help history and knowledge survive.  Every person who hears their tales can share their words and carry the information to another set of ears.  That is how cultures, societies, and people survive beyond death.

Delvin Cunningham–  Great sources of information when you’re on a job.  They can be a little pricey at times, but it’s worth it to keep my people safe.

Dariana–  I never really thought about them.  Good music, but most of their stories get the facts wrong.  I’m sorry.  Having lived through much of what they sing about, I get hung up on the details.

Trinity–  Be nice for some of my people to follow that path.  For now, I’m not a fan because they always make us the villains.

Baron Kernaghan–  Useful tools for spreading misinformation and learning about my enemies.  Pays to have a few Bards on my side as spies.

Yola Biggs–  They go great with red wine and a side salad.

Kira Grasdon–  Some of the best Bards are the ones that work cheap and don’t promote themselves.  I’ve found that those who specialize in elegant parties are lacking in fire and energy.

Cassidy–  Don’t look at me.  We have a CD player.

Lloyd Tenay–  I have been told beforehand that I’m not to speak on this subject.  So I will sing my *stun gun going off* The uncultured maniac I call a partner has a CD player.  You never let me have any fun, kid.

Ichabod Brooks–  Constant thorns in my side and pains in my butt.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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10 Responses to What Do You Think About Bards?

  1. Terrific, Charles. I had to laugh out loud at the Cassidy, Lloyd, Ichabod, and Yolo Biggs comments.


  2. L. Marie says:

    I have to wonder what would happen if Yola and Lloyd got together somehow. 😀
    I figured Ichabod would have a thought or two on bards. 😀


  3. Yola’s comment cracked me up. Nice job.


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