The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +PROLOGUE+ +PROLOGUE+The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +PROLOGUE+4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It was quiet and dark in the small house that was enveloped in darkness, same with the entire area around it. It was an ordinary day.
That is, before he came.
The big, red-haired man knocked down the door, storming through the house in search of something-- no, someone, knocking everything out of his way. I thought I was in a good hiding spot; I thought he'd never find me, give up and leave. But no, he took notice to the one spot in the back room where the floor creaked and sounded hollow.
He pulled up the floorboards and yanked me out of my small, underground hiding spot.
"Foolish Samantha," he started, after throwing me to the floor in front of him, looking at me with a smile, but his eyes glared and pierced me. "thought you could hide, hm? How did you know I was coming?"
I raised myself a bit with the help of my elbow. "I kept having this dream. You came, destroyed my home. I never know the reason. I thought it might be bad, so I hid." I answered, t
Ghirahim x Link 2.11 --Love and Outlaws.... --Ghirahim x Link 2.11 "When Love Makes You an Outlaw"Ghirahim x Link 2.11 --Love and Outlaws.... --2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
“Can you understand me?”
Such simple words, and yet they brought Link such joy upon hearing them. He smiled brightly, ignoring the sudden pain when his dried lips split. “Yes!” he replied, his heart in his throat, “yes I can!”
The two Zora’s faced one another and smiled at their success. The brown Zora cocked his head to the side. “Tell us, are you the one they call ‘Link’?”
The boy widened his eyes. “Yes.” Heart beating wildly in his chest, Link’s eyes drifted toward the pool of water that was swarming with numerous Zora’s, already hunting, searching. “How do you know who I am?”
The white Zora shook her head, causing her tail to swish from side to side. “He said you would be coming in a matter of time.” She gave another smile. “We almost didn’t think you were coming. It’s been three years since we wer
Within Chains 40 Ghirahim's ConditionWithin Chains 40 Ghirahim's Condition2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Within Chains 40 Ghirahim's Condition
My smile drops and I pick up the boy in my arms, having him say weeeeee as I stand. I turn around to meet the rock creature eagerly trying to slip through his cell bars.
“I've kept my end of this. Now it is your turn.”
The rock creature says nothing, just a simple head gesture. His eyes remain on the boy in my arms. Link is still mumbling his nonsense and laughing at his own words.
“What about Link? What are you going to do with him?” Gorko asks.
“Don't worry about him. He is going back to the dark room where he can not escape. Though in this state I don't think I should worry about that.”
“He will escape!” He snaps at me.
“Yes yes yes, I've heard this speech before.” I wave my hand, dismissing his comment.
I snap my fingers, summoning my minions. I call for about five of them. Each look at me, waiting for my command. Ugh, they are all so ugly.
The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +Chapter 41+[CHAPTER FORTY-ONE: DEMON]The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +Chapter 41+3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Over here, my Lord!" Zant shrieked in excitement, practically skipping across the ruins of the destroyed town.
"Slow down, Zant." Ganon mumbled from behind, looking around for the two he made come with them 'just in case'.
Majora had stopped walking to blow some of his blond and green-ish bangs out of his eyes, adjust his belt, and pick up the scythe he dropped after tripping over a dead person.
"What are you doing?"
Majora looked towards Ganon and squinted. "What do you mean? I was trying to keep up, but I tripped over this bloody guy." he looked down at the body and kicked it, the body flailing over just enough for Majora to realize the body's head wasn't really attached. "Eehhh " Majora muttered, thanking the Goddesses that Skull Kid wasn't with them, but then again, Vaati was. He didn't seem bothered, though
Majora caught up with Ganon and looked over to Vaati, who was looking around while attempting to step over all of the
Ocarina of Time Novel Ch. 1Ocarina of Time Novel Ch. 15 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Novelization
Written by: LNearMelloMatt
Edited by: CrazyLadyII
Chapter 1 - A Link to the Future: Navi's Urgent Message
"W-Where am I? Am I outside of the forest?"
The boy found himself standing in the middle of a large grassy field. As he looked around the land, he saw many trees and mountains looking up over the horizon all around him. He looked up to see that the sky was clear and the sun shone down upon the land, bathing him in a comforting warmth. Besides the gentle breeze swaying through the field, it was dead silent and the sweet smell of flowers perfumed the air as the boy started to walk down a long, winded path across the field.
As the boy continued to walk, he saw a large castle in the distance and around it stood a gigantic stone wall with a ring of water encircling it. Standing in front of him was a giant, closed drawbridge that sealed off entrance past the w
Ghirahim x Link 2.10 -- Upside Down --Ghirahim x Link 2.10 "Upside Down"Ghirahim x Link 2.10 -- Upside Down --2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The last thing Link could recall was the ache in his lungs as they cried out for oxygen. The pressure in his ears building as he dove deeper and deeper, until both his eardrums burst unceremoniously, unable to take the force of water any longer. The feeling of his limbs going limp as he strained to keep going, even though his mind was screaming at him to turn around, that he was on a fool’s errand, that he was going to die, die, die.
But he remembered pressing on, going further and further until he was surrounded by nothing but the color black, and when he looked behind him, he could no longer see the surface.
And then, the boy remembered the strangest thing happening. When he looked forward once more, he saw light. It wasn’t the sun glinting off the water, necessarily, but he did see the soft glow of some sort of light bouncing off rocks and reflecting off the water. Panic had encased the warrior; had he somehow managed to turn himself ar
So Easy (GhiraLink Oneshot) I lay curled up on my side, cradling my wounds on the cold stone floor. All I could feel was pain. Gashes littered my chest and stomach, while whip marks covered my back. My left arm was shattered, leaving me helpless to fight. I couldn't remember what it felt like to be free of agony. I let out a small whimper, thinking I was alone. How wrong I was. The laughter from across the room sent chills down my spine. Footsteps echoed loudly, riccocheting off the stone walls. I opened my eyes, revealing electric blue eyes filled with venom. My vision was blurred, but I could still make out two white boots heading my direction. I felt my heart drop and my pulse quicken. This was it. He was finally going to kill me. But no, he wasn't that merciful. He wanted to make me suffer.So Easy (GhiraLink Oneshot)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Ghirahim stopped in front of me and bent forward at the waist, hands clasped behind h
Ghirahim x Link - Part 1 - The First Meeting**Depending on how far you are in the game, this fan-fiction will most likely present spoilers!! You've been warned!**Ghirahim x Link - Part 1 - The First Meeting3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
This was it. Everything that Link had worked so hard for, had bled for, nearly died for, was about to be paid off. Finally, after many excruciating hours of wandering aroundat times becoming hopelessly lost, only to find out that he went in circles, encountering many large monsters that he had never seen before, and barely scraping by with what little red potion he had left, Link stood within only several paces from the large door that separated him from the entranceway to the Skyview Spring. It was this very doorway that would bring him to the dear person that was stolen from him. Though the journey was perilous, Link did managed to benefit here and there, such as finding a flying contraption that retrieved out of reach items for him, meeting the strange but very friendly forest folk called the Kikwi, and even having the privilege of meeting a traveling Go
Where is she? (GhiraLink Oneshot) Link was just in the next room, so close I could barely stand it. As I turned the corner, he looked up at me with barely concealed fear that made me smile. I had been torturing the poor boy for days, trying to get any information out of him. He was chained to the wall by his wrists, with no hope of ever getting out. Yet, even in his situation, he refused to reveal the location of the spirit maiden! It made me so angry, that blatant disobedience of his. I would get it out of him, though. All I needed was time.Where is she? (GhiraLink Oneshot)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I flipped my dagger in the air and caught it gracefully, eyeing the numerous gashes that covered Link's entire upper body. He was drenched in his own blood and looked like he was about to pass out from the pain. The poor boy didn't look like he could take much more of my torture. I had a feeling this interrogation would be over soon, but then again, Link had surprised me in t
Trapped Chapter 1 Only moments ago I had felt what many would associate with as happiness.Trapped Chapter 13 years ago in Romance More Like This
Yet now... I could only describe the feeling as a deep set sadness. As the portal above me closed with a blink of light, entrapping me in the endless wasteland that is the Master Sword, and now my resting place, a feeling wells up inside my chest. I have never experienced a tightening in my throat, or the prick of tears in my eyes, but the calculations I've taken over my journey with Link help me prove that what I am feeling is closely associated with the emotions Link felt when Zelda was encased in her golden tomb.
It unnerves me, and I find myself wrapping the silk sleeves that are my arms tightly around my chest. My feet slowly touch down on the rippling, water-like floor that reflects the blinking and flickering lights high above my head. I do not sink into the water, however, and instead it holds my weight. I should not feel such distaste for the tactless, dark
Minuet of the Forest PoemMinuet of the Forest Poem4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Minuet of the Forest
The forest sings songs of life and peace,
As the leaves sway in the wind to the tempo of the melodies.
Forever I will stay here,
Listening and singing to the wind like the trees.
The wind calmly blows,
Caressing my face and lifting me above the world.
And forever I will stay here,
Floating in the surrounding sky above the forests.
The sun shines brightly on the earth,
Giving love and happiness to all the life that basks in the light.
Forever I will stay here,
Cherishing the peace and serenades that flow through me.
Remember these words,
For it is the Minuet of the Forest that will bring life to the world.
So forever I will stay here,
Singing the melody of life in the forest for you.
Within Chains: Chapter 1 The KidnappingWithin Chains: Chapter 1 The Kidnapping3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Chapter 1: The Kidnapping
I can sense him. I can feel his presence burning like a hot flame in this disgusting building. He is near. Now the question is where?
I walk down the hall, barely making more than two feet when I feel his presence coming from a door to my right. I walk to the door and press my human ear against it. I hear water splashing from inside. A grin of pure delight emerges from my lips. The sky Child, is bathing.
This is just too perfect.
I snap my fingers and teleport inside the bathroom. It is unorganized and messy but it is the best room inside this hideous place so far. I walk a little ways down the room and turn the corner to where I heard the water. I smile, anxiously, to see the sky child naked. I lick my lips at the thought of seeing what was hiding underneath that green tunic.
To my horrible disgust, my Sky Child is not in the bathtub. Instead some fat old slob is there, splashing water down his wrinkly body. I quickly sna
Shut Down Chapter 3Shut Down Chapter 33 years ago in Settings More Like This
Thomas marched through the stadium, the night covering him like a blanket. He had his Droid Razr on in one hand, trying to locate its twin. They both were required to have a GPS system installed into their phones in case anything like this were to happen. But he was coming up with no luck. No answers. Just blank. Guy, where are you? Thomas was worried. No; beyond worried. This wasn't like Guy-Manuel at all. And he should know, they've been best friends for years. Suddenly, a thought crossed his mind.
W-What if he was killed? Not that robots can be killed but they can be shut down. What if No! Stop it, Thomas! Don't think like that! He couldn't be! He can't be! Guy'll come back. But, what if he can't walk here? What if he's been beaten? Then the person would surly realize that he wasn't human! And the authorities can't be called! Not the ambulance, he's a robot. Not the police, they'd definitely have some questions. Nobody could help him. He'd be alone.
LOZ:Twilight Princess:Ch.2 FINALLOZ:Twilight Princess:Ch.2 FINAL3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
----Chapter 2: The Howl of Twilight
By the time Link and Talo emerged from the dark cave evening had set into the skies, the violet shadows contrasting mightily with the streaks of orange and red. A painting in the heavens.
Link choked the flame of his lantern once more, suspended it amongst his sashes, and stepped up to Epona. Though she now sat calmly, he could still feel an edge of apprehension in her muscles. He called her up and helped the young Talo onto her saddle. Taking hold of her reins, Link guided them along the path back to Ordon.
When they were in sight of the outskirts of the village, a voice called out to them. "Link!" Coming up a trail of the woods, Rusl approached them. "My son told me that you had disappeared into the wood some time ago and not returned," he said. He looked up to Jaggle's eldest. Talo did not meet his gaze, and so Rusl turned back to the boy's rescuer. "But it appears you were successful in bringin
Those Nights: Chapter 1 GhiralinkThose Nights: Chapter 1 Ghiralink3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
What greeted my criticizing stare as I cautiously watched the entrance of this room was a mere boy. A child. What in Hylia's name would someone so delicate be doing inside of a temple filled with demons? How did he even manage survival in the company of my army and darkness wreaking havoc in here? Aside from my surprise at his stature and human appearance, I suppose I could further describe this young one's appearance as distraught, ragged, and honorably determined for whatever reason. No matter. He's rather short for his age, with moderate length dark blond hair, long pointed ears, and garbed in green with hints of chainmail here and there. Upon further inspection of his sweat drenched face I see deep, soulful blue eyes that possess wrinkles seemingly due to stress just beneath them.
Answer me this, what exactly has someone of your age to worry about so hard?
He warily enters the room and reaches its center, looking around in uneasiness. I bring myself a little closer while
Heroes of New Hyrule 1Scriiii....thock!Heroes of New Hyrule 15 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The arrow hit the outer middle ring of the bulls-eye.
Close. Very close. Just the smallest bit to the left.
Where Princess Zelda got her talent for archery was no mystery. Her grandmother, the first Queen of New Hyrule, had quite the aim with a bow, and saw to it that her successors would follow suit. Queen Tetra had established a rule for all royal family members to learn how to use a bow and learn at least some aspects of military combat by the age of fourteen because "There's no way that my daughters will ever be whiney, helpless princess-types!"
The second Queen of New Hyrule, Tetra's daughter, had found this rule distasteful. A far cry from the first queen, she was a pacifist at heart and had been reluctant and sulking to learn any form of combat. She had been a near antithesis of Tetra; she was polite, well-mannered, recognized the importance of paperwork, hated any form of violence, and perhaps most striking of all, she wa
Shut Down Chapter 1Shut Down Chapter 14 years ago in Settings More Like This
Thousands of LEDs spanned across the distance of the football field. Men and woman alike rushed around the stage making sure everything was working and in its place. Switchboards were being manned behind the velvet curtains and tests were being ran. "One, two, three." One of the mechanics timed, making sure the lights were keeping pace with the beat. After the tests were complete and all of the LEDs were checked the stage manager heaved a sigh of relief. Finally it was finished. This had to be the most extravagant concert yet, and nothing could go wrong. Not a thing. "Alright everyone! We're done! Thank you!" The remaining workers cheered and gathered near the exit, leaving through the stage's back door. The only person left was the stage manager, who looked at his wrist watch with a content smile. They were making good time. Just then, a crack came from his radio that hung on his belt.
"Everything good to go, Jeff?"
"Yeah, we just finished on stage. We're doing well on tim
LoZ- Shadow of Light Teaser The world of Hyrule is once again in chaos!LoZ- Shadow of Light Teaser4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
An evil being possessing the Triforce of Power by the name of Ganondorf has covered the entire land in darkness. Gaining the help of a wannabe king, a questionable shadow, an odd Wind Mage, a small child bearing an important mask and two fairies, Ganondorf thinks he's unbeatable!
A hero sets out to stop Ganondorf, aided only by a blue fairy. But something odd is happening he can't cut down a single enemy! His sword slashes right through them! Once he's obtained the Master Sword he could do something, or so he thought. Ganon had gotten hold of the sword and drained it of all its power. What could the hero do?
Soon enough, a beautiful princess of another realm whose voice had been taken away comes to the hero. In order to regain the thrown, she'll have to help this hero defeat the minion of Ganon who has taken it!
Around that same t
ArithmeticThe princess Zelda saw and knew a lot more than she let on. This was, of course partially because she was the keeper of the Triforce of Wisdom. However, she hid that where she could (the castle soothsayer was a bit of an idiot) and most of the staff treated her as the lovely empty-headed princess they thought her to be.Arithmetic6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
That suited her just fine. It did help when she snuck out sometimes to play with the boys in the Castle Town market. At twelve years old, she liked nothing better than to stuff her hair up into an old cap, smear her nose with soot and, upon putting on some used boys' clothes, play at hoops and ball in the town below.
But, junior mastermind as she was, she thought about more important things as well as how to go about slinking off to play truant.
You don't scare me.
The Princess Zelda pointed accusingly at the Gerudo King Ganondorf in the cheerful afternoon sunlight. He sat alone at an ironwork tea table in the castle courtyard, overlooking the gardens and hi
The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +Chapter 28+[CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT: KAKARIKO TO GORON VALLEY]The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +Chapter 28+4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Are you citizens of this village? I haven't seen any of you before " a brown-haired, scrawny guard said, standing to the right side of a gate leading to a village at the base of Goron Valley and Death Mountain.
"Perhaps you don't recognize me," Sheik said, walking ahead of the others, closer to the guard, whose green eyes quizzically scanned the Sheikah. "but I am the son of Impa."
"Do you have any identification?"
"Well, I have something that's been passed down in my family for years."
"Let's see it."
Sheik nodded and pulled out the small, golden sword.
"Hm. I remember Impa having that awhile ago " the guard said, raising one of his caterpillar eyebrows at Sheik. "Was this stolen?"
"No! She's my mother. She gave it to me the other day, before I set off to help these people."
"Uh huh. You don't look much like her. Well, what's it matter? Just go on ahead."
"Thank you, sir."
They all went through the gates and into
Within Chains: ProlougeWithin Chains: Prolouge3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
This is a GhiraLink story. No Like, No LOOK! The story takes place a few days after the Gate of Time has been destroyed and Link has learned the Ballad of the Goddess.
It was quiet in the Sky Child's little rock town. No one was out, except some measly boy clad in yellow. He patrolled back and forth, the same place, as if something would happen within the next second. He was guarding a rather large building; it looked like a school or an academy of some sort. It wasn't until I realized that the boy in yellow was wearing garbs much like my Sky Child's.
A smile formed from my white lips.
I raised my hand above my head and snapped my fingers; teleporting inside the building. I was in the second story of the building. It was rather tacky and to my distaste, an utterly unfitting place for a fabulous being, such as myself to be in. Alas though, I was on a mission. Well, except for looking for that stupid Spirit Maiden and her little skinny guard-bitch. That was a mi
The Fourth Piece (Part One)All was dark. Shadows engulfed the world, which was submerged in black water. Nothing dared to touch its surface. Everything stayed this way for thousands of years. The gods and goddesses conversed about starting life on its surface, but none wanted to take action.The Fourth Piece (Part One)3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Three of the younger goddesses, Din, Nayru and Faore watched this world for years. Lifeless. Dark. Scary, almost. One day, they became bored of just staring at the darkness, so they leapt from the clouds to form this land.
Din, the eldest of the three, thought quickly and used her power to sculpt the red earth.
Nayru saw Din's acts and decided to use her wisdom to bring law and order to the land. With that came a balance of darkness and light, the sun and moon.
Faore loved the wind blowing through her hair. For one as young as her, her courage was great, and she used it to create life on the land, of whom would respect and uphold the law.
Up in the clouds, in the realm of the gods and goddesses, another was watching in awe.
A Hero's ReturnMy destiny is fulfilled.A Hero's Return4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I have no more battles to wage.
No lies here in Hyrule.
Ganondorf is gone.
All that's left is to return.
Home is where the heart is.
Fatigued with the scars of battle I can finally rest.
I made a promise to a dear friend.
She waits for me.
The forest I grew up in still stands.
The bridge we met a long time ago still holds.
I am coming my friend.
No princess from a royal family will get in my way.
A ranch hand's daughter means nothing to me.
The wedding of another princess is canceled.
No more troubles from any other place.
I don't want to remember being a wolf and helping some imp.
No sword spirit can stop me from getting to my dear friend.
When my foot stepped into the meadow where my friend plays I saw no one.
My heart cried for her.
Then I hear the same song she taught me.
Right in front of me was the girl.
She looked up and smiled.
"Welcome home, Link."
I picked her up, long ago being short.
"I'm home, Saria."