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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is undoubtedly a great game but definitely allows players’ mischievous sides to come out. Now, the Tears of the Kingdom player base have taken to Reddit to vent about just how annoying Addison, the hapless Hudson Construction employee, can get.
Posting to the Tears of the Kingdom Reddit, user UltimatePikmin asked players, “When did you stop rooting for Addison?” To which a slew of replies followed suit. While one user noted that they find Addison’s tasks “fun to do,” they were “also pretty sure Hudson sent Addison out on this task cuz he was desperate to get this moron away from any job site.” Another user agreed likening Hudson and Addison’s relationship to “the time Smithers put Homer in charge of watching a bee in a bottle.”
One user by the name of OmgJustLetMeExist had even presented an entire theory that Addison actually never worked for Hudson Construction. They pointed out that every other worker at the company is a borderline god when it comes to creating sculptures or doing repairs. As such, Exist asked, “You’re going to tell me that a construction company like that is going to hire a guy that is so inept that he cannot construct a simple sign?”
However, despite players venting about Addison, it is because of them that “Hudson’s plan to abandon Addison is foiled” as Link keeps “going and saving him every time,” according to Elemental-Design.
This isn’t the first time either that Tears of the Kingdom players have gone after Addison as previously they decided to take a break from abusing the poor Koroks to turn their sights towards him. Also, never let us forget that Tears of the Kingdom players were torturing Koroks and it was heartbreaking.
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