The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +PROLOGUE+ +PROLOGUE+The Legend of Zelda: Shadow of Light +PROLOGUE+3 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
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.
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+3 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
Shut Down Chapter 7Shut Down Chapter 73 years ago in Drama More Like This
The chrome robot sat itself next to the two Guy-Manuels. Sprawled out on the floor, he couldn't help but stare into their faces; the robotic mask and the humanoid. One was dark, enticing, and mysterious. The other was exquisite and striking, yet at the same time carried a tranquil look. Both were rare. Both were beautiful. But he had to forget the old robot being of Guy-Man, for he was obsolete. He was no more. Although heart wrenching, Thomas was intrigued with the human-looking one. He seemed so otherworldly. Not of this earth. Maybe of heaven? An angel, perhaps? It had been years since they had seen their human selves. The last time he ever looked into a mirror, a car mirror actually, was seconds before the accident. It was also the last time he ever saw Guy human.
Going into that room, it was odd seeing the creations that Guy had been working on. It seemed as if these models would take years to correctly reconstruct. Each was so intricate. Down to the last freckle, he'd have
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
LoZ: Phantoms of Time - PrologueThe night was still in its cold blackness. Only the stars dotted the sky.LoZ: Phantoms of Time - Prologue3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
You decided it would be beneficial to take a walk that evening. Sleep had not come to you easily over the past few days. A change was in order. The road you took was long, winding and shadowed by the trees, so you brought a torch with you to light your way.
The breeze was chilled and makes you shudder once it touches your skin. You draw up the collar of your nightcoat around your neck in hopes of keeping warm and press onward into the dark, the branches of the trees reaching over you now, blanketing you in its brush.
But, as you stray deeper and deeper down the path, a gust of strong wind engulfs you, pushing you backward as though the goddesses themselves have begged you not press onward. Perhaps you should have listened if that was the case, but how would you have known that when the torchlight extinguished in that moment that you were to lose all sense of direction and wander into the forest.
By the time you r
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
Truth Hurts...Truth Hurts...4 years ago in Horror More Like This
It all started about two weeks ago. I was shopping with my friends when we went into the local GAME store. I walked over the shelf where the new Pokémon games were. Pokémon: Black and White Versions, £30 each.
"Damnit. I need a tenner" I searched through my purse. I only had £20. I decided to look at the preowned game section. After about ten minutes most of my friends had bought their copies of Portal 2 and Nintendogs 3D and were standing next to me, helping me search through the shelves. It was another five minutes before we found anything.
"Got it" I grinned and held up a DS box. Pokémon: Black Version. Preowned. Only £10.
"Only a tenner?" My friend stared at the price tag.
"It clearly says it there. Ten pounds." I took it over the checkout and bought it. It was defiantly ten pounds.
When our trip was over and I was at home, I quickly slotted Pokémon Black into my DS lite. The game started up, and I selected new game. I got through the
Within Chains: Chapter 39 Gorko's ConditionWithin Chains: Chapter 39 Gorko's Condition2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Within Chains 39 Gorko's Condition
Gorko turns to me. A single tears slides down his right cheek. He grips the bars and nods. “Yes.”
Silence fills the air around us. The only sound that can be heard is water dripping off somewhere inside this dark room and my frequent gasps of air.
Ghirahim has been quiet for awhile. He is thinking long and hard about Gorko's condition.
Gorko and I meet the others gaze.
I shake my head slightly.
He isn't going to agree. He loves hurting me in any and every way he can. Emotionally, mentally, psychically. It doesn't matter. As long as he can hear me cry out in pain and agony, it is music to his ears. As he has said multiple times to me. He has only ever healed me when it came to my death or near death.
He won't agree. He will hurt me more as torture for Gorko (and me) until he thinks of another condition. He probably won't stop until I'm almost dead or Gorko asks for his freedom.
I wish he would. Then he could
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
Poem - King of PainPoem - King of Pain3 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Cavalier funeste des Ombres,
Belliqueux guerrier à l'armure noire,
Souverain au coeur sombre,
Il était le maître de tout un peuple.
Main de fer dans un gantelet de cruauté,
Détenteur d'une force brute sans égale,
Que de cadavres s'étalaient le long de sa route,
Celle de cet homme à la cape pourpre.
Majestueux voleur aux yeux écarlates,
Escorté par ses serviteurs et la destruction,
Il laissait toujours derrière lui ruines et désolation.
Impassible Roi du Désert,
Galopant dans la nuit accompagné de la solitude,
Son coeur est fait de ténèbres et de feu.
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
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.
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.
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
Broken PromisesHold still, Nabooru ordered as the squirming young Prince swatted her hands away. You need to look semi-presentable to see the Hylian King.Broken Promises6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The ten-year-old Gerudo boy scowled as his guide, only nine years older than him, picked at his clothing and smoothed his hair. Dont see whats so important about this King anyway, he muttered sulkily.
Hold your tongue, she hissed, even though both spoke in Gerudo and none of the guards made any sign that they understood. Even though he doesnt rule over us, you should treat any neighboring monarch courteously if you want to rule properly. And this one keeps talking about unifying the provinces, so we dont want to give him any excuse to take us over. Now wipe that frown off your face and lets go.
Ganondorf couldnt muster friendliness in that dank, suffocating castle, so he put on a mask of seriousness instead. Nabooru must have found this satis
Unlikely Heroes, part 2The Spring Festival finally arrived, with no word from Mushra. Saago hadn’t realized how much the boy’s companionship meant to him until he was gone, and the new void in his life gnawed at his thoughts. Still, he tried to enjoy himself. His master gave him extra coins for the day, encouraging him to buy a treat for himself. Hakar hoped that this day would cheer him up a bit.Unlikely Heroes, part 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The smell of fresh pastries drew Saago over to a vendor selling bubbly pies and other treats. After handing the large cat exact change, Saago left with a small berry pie in hand. He was hard-pressed to feel miserable with such a tasty distraction! He wandered about, enjoying the music and talking to travelers. He even went over to an armorer who set up shop by the square, gazing in awe at the things he saw there. He didn’t buy anything, but it was fun to look at the exotic blades and beautifully crafted leather. After several hours, he finally
Shut Down Chapter 2Shut Down Chapter 23 years ago in Settings More Like This
Darkness had crawled across the sky, the stars fading into view over the stadium that housed thousands of people who were waiting for the moment when the duo of Thomas and Guy-Manuel stepped out onto stage, their metal glimmering in the neon lights and their arms raised into the air, gesturing the beginning of a memorable concert. Mummers from the crowds of fans that were gathering in their seats grew louder with each passing moment. They could hardly wait. Although, if you were to ask Thomas, he might be thinking differently.
"Okay, so stage check number five is finished. We just need you to test the DJ booth and 'shine up' before we can start any pre-show events." The manager finished, walking alongside the robot Thomas, who was barely managing to put one foot in front of the other. C'mon, Thom. Pull yourself together. You shouldn't be so scared. You've done this before and everything worked out just fine. You've got this!
They arrived at the booth, switches glowing and t
The Twilight Realm: PrologueIt had been a year since the entire ordeal that Eri went through, in being kidnapped, then saved by a devious little imp...who turned out to be a Princess from another world, and then embarked on an adventure to collect shards of a mirror that was a door to another world, battle monsters, and take down the usurper King, Riktor.The Twilight Realm: Prologue6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Shortly after, the curse on Casana was broken and she was restored to her true form. She then left this world, and shattered the mirror, breaking all contact.
Eri never understood why she did it. She knew she had her reasons, obviously. It just seemed pretty sad, making good friends and companionship with someone, only to have them go back to where they came from with no chance of seeing them again.
Needless to say, Eri really missed her. She'd grown used to having the sassy, devious imp around, hiding in her shadow and perching on her shoulder, making comments and offering her help.
The imp's true form was so much different from her alter ego. The Princess was
Hypnotized (Chapter 2)Link charged at Ghirahim with all of his strength. Ghirahim sidestepped his attack. Link growled in frustration. “My, My! Aren’t we a feisty one?”, Ghirahim chuckled darkly. “Shut up! And tell me where she is?!”, Link demanded. Ghirahim put a hand on his chest and mockingly gasped. “Well Sky Child, I didn’t know you could talk.”, he grinned.Hypnotized (Chapter 2)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“That isn’t telling me what I need to know!”, Link scowled. He ran at Ghirahim again and slashed at him with full force. Ghirahim smirked and snapped his gloved fingers. Daggers appeared in front of him, so they protected him from the blow. Link stumbled back a bit and began to slash away each dagger.
Ghirahim soon became vulnerable against Link’s attacks and he was hit. Suddenly, Ghirahim vanished, leaving Link looking around for him & waiting for him to attack. “You’re getting better, Sky Child.”, Ghirahim whispered in his ear. Link turned swiftly around and
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
U might B a Zelda fan if...U might B a Zelda fan if...7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
You Might Be A Zelda Fan If?
(by Hyrule-man Foxworthy)
- When you look in the mirror, you could swear there was a blonde, blue eyed Hylian boy staring back at you.
- You begin to think your Science teacher is Ganondorf and decide to take a few days off from school to fin the Master Sword and Six Sages' Medallions to defeat him/her with.
- Your butt has been numb for the past week and a half.
- You forget all about food, sleep, and school and begin to focus on sharpening your fishing, training your horse, and shooting your fairy bow.
- You learn that the curency in Djibouti (in Africa) is Rupees while your in the library and start to freak out.(also currency of India)
- Your hands are taking on the shape of your controller.
- You deem all red heads Gerudo's and try to stun them using a pencil as a Hookshot.
- Your to do list has down "Find Epona, Save Princess Zelda, Don't forget dinner!"
- You dive in the ocean when you see a whale and try to go in it's mouth to save Princess Ruto.