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Winged Darkness- Yet To Emerge
The darkness gathered like a mist fallen from the clouds of the twilit sky. The wind howled like bells of a funeral as nightmares took crude forms. There was darkness herea lingering emptiness untouched, yet loathing everything. A history of more than a thousand years buried here, with thoughts of revenge with a non-existent mind. There was a mirrora dark reflection that showed nothing, and suddenly a green mist began to leak from its corners. Hatred, loneliness, loathingall were here as Ganondorf stepped forward to the veil of greenish fog. He gazed up toward the dark mirror with his yellow eyes and moved his cloak back with a slow hand.
I call upon the void that was sent from the Goddesses.
A faint image of a green skull appeared on the mirror before an eerie light had flushed it out and more clouds began to leak from its glass. &
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Winged Darkness- The Forbidden
Link's grandmother closed the door behind her after she had stepped out of her small house. She stepped forward, carefully stepping over any rocks in her path and flattening the tall grass with her heels. She turned and made her way to the stable close by with a pail in her hand. The day was young, and the sun set gentle warmth on her skin in the cold morning as she walked. Slowly she made her way to the stable, taking her time and savoring the beauty around her. When she at last stepped over one last rock and pushed her foot through the last blades of tall grass, she found herself in the stable. Link's grandmother found herself in the shadows of the stable, with only a few rays of the sun leaking through the cracks on the roof. She lifted her head up when she heard the sound of hay being shoveled. There was Link, dressed for work for the day and his feet in sandals, already dirtied. Link's grandmother placed her hands
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Winged Darkness- The Falling Sun
Silence—nothing else. The air carried the sun's rays delicately down in the mid afternoon sky; however it was quiet as the morning. The stillness was not comfortable, however, but it carried tension and regret. The sound of Epona's hoofs on the ground seemed to pound on his chest as he constantly turned his thoughts toward Kakariko Village. From the village, they turned to Winged Darkness, and then they drifted to the star. Link recalled his consciousness being pushed back to the back of his mind, but at that time it was different than the first, his vision became a little more blackened—even more clouded with a curious darkness. A little more of his feeling drifted away, and he was less aware of his body. Then he winced in pain from the wound on his back when Epona stumbled on a stone. Silence—nothing else.
In front of him, Zelda rode straight and
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Winged Darkness- Secret of the Goddesses
Yes, the prince replied reaching his hand out and bowing slightly, And you must be Link, I presume. Zelda has told me about you and your story.
I have come a long way, sir. Link replied, remembering his formalities.
He resides with those that have not seen this side of the world, milord. Zelda added, He seeks answers.
Suddenly Komali grew very silent and he lowered his hand from his robe and turned his full body toward Link who lay in the bed clad in white sheets. His lips were slightly paler than usual from loosing so much blood from the wounds on his arm and back. His face was bruised and his hair was tossed carelessly around his head. However even though it seemed that his body was broken and unable to move, he kept a fixed gaze on Prince Komali. The prince stepped forward a little
You've always been my heroLink snuck past the guards for the fourth time that week, this time evading them only slightly. He sighed in relief once he was in the large, grand courtyard and walked up to the stairs. The young girl at the top turned around and smiled.You've always been my hero in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Why, hello, Link! I wasn't expecting you today!" she giggled, walking over to him. "What brings you here?"
He smiled, reddening slightly, as he always did in her presence. "Hey, princess. I just came to say hi-"
"-Again?" she interrupted, laughing.
He blushed a deeper shade of scarlet, and looked at her. "Well... yeah. If you don't want me here I can go..."
"No! Don't! I really like it when you're here. Maybe Impa will let us go out to town, as long as you're with me..." she thought. "I'll be right back."
She skipped towards the castle doors, leaving Link alone, buried in his thoughts. 'I told myself that I would tell her how I felt about her today... But how should I say it without seeming stupid?'
He bit his lip; worried that Zelda would not share