Man Overboard! (Hero of Winds X Reader)You had never known that sailing across the Great Sea for several months would be something you would experience. You thought that you would simply be a pirate with your crewmates, sailing and plundering like there was no tomorrow. But, as fate would have it, your captain met a young boy named Link. And through that meeting came not one, but two perilous adventures for the pirates to endure.Man Overboard! (Hero of Winds X Reader)5 days ago in General Fiction More Like This
After these adventures were done with, Link had joined the pirate crew and earned the captain’s respect. At first, you were jealous of the boy. But after learning what he had done to save the world, you respected him no less that your captain did.
“Got any threes?”
Link sighed and pulled a card out of the neatly stacked cards on the floor. You and Link were sitting off to the side in the below-decks of the ship, near the door to the infuriating challenge room. The sailing for a new continent for the people of the Great Sea to populate got boring at ti
Interruptions (Heroes of Light X Reader)“Hey, look! A storyteller!”Interruptions (Heroes of Light X Reader)1 week ago in General Fiction More Like This
You and your four friends were at a festival celebrating the liberation of Hyrule’s wrath from darkness. Well, four friends, but rather they were the same person, only he was cloned into the Heroes of Light. When the heroes told you of this, you simply shrugged and said, “The more the merrier!” You became fast friends with this new version of your old Link, and had easily accustomed to their different personalities.
You took the Link in green clothing, simply referred to as Green, over toward the man on the stool, and soon Red, Blue, and Violet followed, holding hands to form a line. You dragged the boys to the man, who had a small crowd around him already, and decided to stand in the back, with two Links on each of your sides.
“Ah, and new listeners join us…” the storyteller said, looking up from his front row audience. The storyteller had a long, groomed beard, and long hair to match. A blue robe cloaked his