Spoof fantasy: The Legend of Neil

Seeing as it’s Friday you have to have a bit of fun, right? This will have you laughing yourself out of the chair. The Legend of Neil is a spoof video series (actually 3 series by now) based on the ‘Legend of Zelda’ video game.

Neil is a real guy who becomes trapped in the game and sets off to save the world with a crappy wooden sword and a bald Father-Christmas-lookalike-mentor called ‘Old Man’ who trains Neil in hero skills to the music of Rocky.   

Here’s a link to the first episode: http://www.atom.com/funny_videos/legend_of_neil_1/

 loads more on the site http://www.effinfunny.com/legend-of-neil

About Scott Foley

Scott Foley is a British fantasy writer based in Manchester. He is author of Knight of Aslath and the Dreaming God Chronicle. Brought up on a steady diet of Tolkien, roleplaying games and a never-ending fascination with the question ‘what if?’, writing fantasy novels seemed the only sensible and worthwhile thing to do with his life. Knight of Aslath is his first novel, and he is currently working on the sequel Warlords of the Dreaming God. Both novels form the beginning of the Dreaming God Chronicle and are set in the fantasy world of Teth-Kiran. Knight of Aslath is available on Amazon, and you can find out more about Scott's work at: http://www.scottfoleybooks.com