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Project Zelda's History

Project Zelda was created out of one's lifelong love of The Legends of Zelda, and since it's inception, many things have happened, and not happened as well.

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February 2005: After much fun with The Minish Cap, and a lengthy presence in the Gamespot Community, I decide to go back to Project Zelda. It will be fun this time, because there won't be anything in my head to drive me crazy
October 2003: College life sweeps me up and away, no time to spend on a site I don't care enough about anymore
July 2003: Computer problems and pressure to deliver content and news on newest games cause a mental delay in Project Zelda's rebuilding
June 26, 2003: Project Zelda resurrects on Tripod, where it all began and where it all begins again...or so I thought
March 2003: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker acquired along with Ocarina of Time: Master Quest. Decision mulled about to revive Project Zelda
Sometime in 2002: Zelda Vault goes down to server trouble, Project Zelda becomes another "Hey, remember that site?"
December 25, 2001: Project Zelda moves into new home @ Zelda Vault, URL becomes ( still in effect)
September (October?) 2001: Zelda Games dies, Project Zelda slips away into nothingness
July 25, 2001: Project Zelda booted from, moved back to Zelda Games
June 27, 2001: Domain purchased by, site moved to new location
May 2001: PZ has highest traffic flow yet, ranking #1 on original Zelda Top 50 and having more than 3500 uniques per day
May 2001: Oracle of Seasons & Oracle of Ages acquired, layout modified once again
November 2000: Majora's Mask acquired, layout slightly modified. PZ first Zelda site to have it's own topsites ranking list
September/October 2000: Digimon Canada gradually shut down, attention fully turned to Project Zelda
August 28, 2000: Site accepted to hosting at URL becomes Tripod account used as mirror
August 22, 2000: Site opened to public @
July 2000: Construction begun on newly named Project Zelda
March 2000: Site shut down to spend time on long-defunct Digimon Canada
March 2000: Name changed to Video Gamer T's Majora's Mask Central
October 1999: Original site, Video Gamer T's Zelda Gaiden Central, opened on Angelfire

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