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ZeLink A Romantic Flight
Link and Zelda were sitting on a bench in the Skyloft Plaza, Link was wearing his standard Skyloft clothes and Zelda wore her pink dress, Link had his arm wrapped around Zelda and she was laying her head on his shoulder,
they have been relaxing and catching up after their long and difficult adventure on the Surface, Zelda looked up at Link.
"Hey Link?" she said smiling.
Link looked at her.
"Yes Zel?" he asked smiling as well.
She smiled and blushed at his nickname for her.
"I have been thinking" she said.
"Of what?" he asked.
"That we should hang out, do something together, we haven't really done anything since we got back a week ago and haven't had much time alone" Zelda said.
Link nodded in agreement.
"So what do you have in mind?" Link asked.
"I don't know really, what about you?" Zelda asked.
"Well how about we go down and walk around the surface for a little while?" he asked and Zelda shook her head.
"No, monsters are still running around some places so that won't be very p
Darkness Within Legends: Chapter One “Mother!”, he called as he entered the house, “I’m back from Death Mountain with the supplies.”
“Wonderful,” Sheik, his mother stated, looking up from the scarf he was working on making. He smiled and got up, making his way over to his son and kissing him lightly on the forehead. “did you get everything on the list?”, he asked.
“No eggs and no milk yet,” Reyel replied as the two of them made their way outside and down to the wagon which was loaded down with two large, wooden crates. “I wanted to drop what I had off before heading out again.” He reached and patted the horse’s neck, smiling at the headshake the creature gave in reply. “Wouldn’t want to stress Taranis more than I already have.”
Taranis was a large Clydesdale, standing nearly twenty hands tall at the shoulders, a massive beast w
Darkness Within Legends: Prologue
Somewhere between the time I was seven and ten I began to see things. Things that others had a hard time seeing or didn’t see at all. They weren’t visions of the future or the past, but spirits—ghosts—things that should only be visible with the Lens of Truth. I see these things in a half light as they are only half visible to me, and only in my left eye. My mother said that because of my Sheikah heritage I can see things that others can't, but as I'm half Hylian as well, my other eye can't see the world the same as the other. The mix of these two bloodlines—and Queen Zelda's magic to have me conceived—I was born with heterochromia, or better put, two different colour eyes. My right eye is blue, like my father's, but my left is red, like my mother's.
The mixing of races—Sheikah and Hylian—isn't so strange, a little outdated since the Sheikah have died out or left the land, neither have been p
Memoirs of a Wind Mage Ch. 13From scraps
Transcribed from the original text.
Found within the Dark World by an unknown adventurer.
Ganon has returned.
The blasted King of Darkness returned! The moment he was back, my lackeys surrendered my location to him. He stalked my troupe to the Proximity Point, and ambushed the back line while I was opening the way to the Light World. A primal roar echoed all the way down to the inner chamber. I could hear panicked shouts from the ruins entrance, and a runner, breathless and maimed, came to report the situation. A dragon, scales black as pitch, was dispatching monsters and attempting to enter the ruins.
Before I knew it, Flow had disappeared. I had little choice for options. I could have fled through to the Light World, my forces crippled and dwindled down to less than half. Or I could have brought down my wrath on the dragon.
Had I known what awaited, I would have never lingered outside. I would have crossed through to Hyrule, colla
Memoirs of a Wind Mage Ch. 12From Vaati’s journal
Translated from the original text.
Found within the Dark World by an unknown adventurer.
I had Flow come into the war room again. I made it a point that she shouldn’t occupy herself with the thieves just yet. To push her back on track, I listed a few objectives and asked of what she thought of them. Imprisoning the royal guard, claiming the town immediately after the castle was taken, and blocking off the river were first. She agreed to everything I said. Then, I gave a few more...unpolished ideas. Barricading a narrow path out of Kakariko to slow down any foolish enough to attempt entering Hyrule Castle Town, freezing Lake Hylia, and enraging a flock of cuccos before unleashing them on any freelancers.
She hesitated on that last one, not that I blame her. It’s imbecilic. After I made it clear that I didn’t need a yeswoman, she began poking holes and asking questions.
She named several vital areas for food and reinforcem