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"Hey, you five have been gone a few days. How are you guys? Any injuries? How's your arm and wound in your chest, Link? Shadow Link, are you feeling any better?" Sheire asked when he opened the door after hearing a few knocks. He opened the door further and stepped aside, letting everyone in.
"I think the red potion helped a lot with my arm, actually. It doesn't hurt, unless I hit it really hard against something. Which, that hasn't happened yet." Link said, sitting down in the dining room.
"I do feel a lot better. My eyes are still itchy and everything, but better nonetheless." Shadow Link answered, sitting next to Link.
"Well, why don't you all get some rest? We'll talk about your adventure to the Light Realm tomorrow morning."
"Shadow Link, hello."
"Mother, why haven't you talked to me in a while?" Shadow Link asked, leaning against a tree with his eyes closed. He'd tried to sleep whenever he possibly could, but his mother was never there.
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"The Shadow Temple. Definitely the Shadow Temple." Shadow Link said with a nod, looking up at the dark, cloudy sky.
"How can you be sure?" Sheik asked.
Everyone simply stared at him. Link even knew how the red-eyed Shadow Realmer could possibly know what he's talking about.
Shadow Link placed his hands on his hips. "Sheik, I am surprised at you. Of course you know where I come from."
"Okay, okay. I'm thinking logically here. Sure, you come from the Shadow Realm. But how do you know we need to go there?" Sheik retaliated, pointing in the direction of the realm from Hyrule Field.
"Forest, fire, water, light shadow? I don't know?"
"Is there something we need there?"
"Something we need? I would assume it's something like that." Shadow Link answered, tilting his head.
"Alright," Sheik said, sighing. "what do you know?"
"Ganon put a spell on the people in the Shadow Realm. I went there when I heard my mother was dead, the only one there was t
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Sheik sighed. Outside, alone in the dark in Hyrule Field, sitting up in a tree. The quiet solitude gave him far too much time to think. He intended to sit in a silent place alone to do so, but he'd thought too much.
He first thought about what's occurring. The evil Ganondorf, leader of the Gerudo Thieves, is using his Triforce piece (which, much like the other two, was most likely intended to be used for good) to create a blanket of darkness around the world, which should eventually suck Hyrule and everywhere beyond into the Dark World. And there would be no escaping that horrid place. Every single person on this world would turn into a terrible monster.
But what about Link and Zelda? Sheik was sure Ganondorf had something special in store for them. He'd kill them. Probably brutally, too, but Sheik didn't want to think so morbidly; he was more of an optimistic person, usually. Anyway, he'd kill them and take their Triforce pieces. With Power, Co
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The man sighed quietly and shook his head slightly, biting his lip. It's been pretty dark (as though it were always night), but light enough to make out things a few yards away, thanks to the moon. Even if it was dark, it wouldn't slow him down from getting himself and his son, as well as those two fairies, back to Ganon's.
"Dad! Hey, Dad! DAD!!" the kid yelled, yanking the sleeve of his tunic.
Majora, tasting blood, stopped biting his lip and turned around, looking down at his son. "What, Skull Kid?"
"Why are we going back? Can't we stay in Termina with Mom? What happened?"
Majora sighed and knelt down. "I did something I shouldn't have a while back. I guess your mother isn't feeling very forgiving today. I hoped she'd forgotten. She seemed happy to see me Oh well." he stood up, looking up at the sky and walking backwards a bit. "Ha Look at how beautiful the sky is, even at night. Actually, especially at night. There's no blind