Evanescent (Link x Reader x Ghirahim) Part 1Link and (y/n) walked down the hall of the Knight Academy together while holding hands after class had finished. They have been dating for almost three weeks now and were still a little awkward around each other. While tightening his grip on her hand he finally began to speak.Evanescent (Link x Reader x Ghirahim) Part 122 hours ago in Romance More Like This
"Would you mind waiting for me in your dorm after the last classes are finished? I want to take you out for an actual date." He looked at her from the corner of his eyes and noticed a blush creeping up on her face. "Only if you want to... of course." He added after clearing his throat and looked into the opposite direction, blushing as well.
"I'd love to." (Y/n) responded quietly with a hint of excitement noticeable in her voice.
Later that day Link knocked on his girlfriend's door but to his surprise no one answered it. He knocked again, this time louder, hoping she just didn't hear it.
When she still didn't open the door he decided to just go inside. Worried, he opened the door, wishing to find his beloved one
The Legend of Zelda: Dreamer of Dragons Chapter 5Chapter 5The Legend of Zelda: Dreamer of Dragons Chapter 522 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
The sun rose brilliantly over the clouds, casting golden lights across the heavens. Sea gulls dipped in and out from the marshmallow puffs of water vapor, cawing at the daybreak. They were scrambling away from some large object, which was cutting through the clouds like a sword through a tuft of grass. Suddenly, the airship came bursting through the veil, its crimson banners flapping in the wind like giant streamers, and on each of them was the Shiekah symbol of the Lens of Truth: an eye, browed by three triangles, and crying a single tear.
The whirling propellers of the airship carved a steady path through the sky, and the ship came rising higher and higher towards the sun on the two powerful turbines which flanked either side of the boat-shaped vessel. Smoke trailed from one of the turbines, and holes dotted the ship like patchwork, but she still churned on mightily through the air. A trio of crimson sails, likewise bearing the Shiekah symbol, br
The Legend of Zelda: Dreamer of Dragons Chapter 4Chapter 4The Legend of Zelda: Dreamer of Dragons Chapter 422 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
He was falling again, tumbling through wispy clouds and cerulean oblivion to the bottomless pit of fear that nightly came to devour him. This time something was different though.
He could still see her, clear as if he were awake, the Princess Zelda, chained in a deep dungeon somewhere, bleak and cold and alone. He screamed at the rushing sky, kicking and swinging his arms in hateful desperation. How could he have left her like that? Exhausting his fury to the uncaring wind, he screamed till he could scream no more, but did not awaken.
After a few moments, he began to realize just how strange his nightmare had become.
For one thing, the usual confusion of dreamscapes did not have any hold over him, and he could rotate freely in the open sky as he plummeted on towards nothing. Slowly, the fear was leaving him, and he began to wonder how he could be so lucid whilst so obviously asleep.
There was another curiou
The Legend of Zelda: Dreamer of Dragons Chapter 2Chapter 2The Legend of Zelda: Dreamer of Dragons Chapter 223 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
When Link awoke, he found himself in utter darkness, his head throbbing from the bruise left where the guards had struck him. The floor he lay upon felt like stone: cold, hard and damp. A putrid smell invaded his nostrils, like the rot of decaying flesh, and it took him some effort to keep from vomiting outright.
He sat up in the darkness and began to grope around blindly for anything at all. Crawling on his knees with his hands held out in front of him, Link made it about four feet before grasping the cool metal of jail cell bars. An empty hopelessness rose in his chest, but he chided himself for it. What else had he expected? The guards had finally got him and likely the next time he saw the sun would be his last.
Defiantly, he rose to his feet, and began walking himself along the walls of his cell, creating a perimeter in his mind. It was not a large cell: About eight feet