Date - Mikau x ReaderZora Hall was bustling, much to the Termininan girl's irie.More Like This
All she has wanted to do was get some alone time with the lead guitarist of the Indigo-Go's yet she has somehow been roped into doing boring tasks for the Zora. "Carry this", "Give this letter", "Light those torches", "Catch that weird man!", the poor girl couldn't seem to get a break from all the hustle and bustle of this busy place. Taking a breath in she leaned against a wall and closed her eyes.
"The music is still in the air," (Y/n) lamented to herself. Her eyes opened slowly as she felt all the irritation and tiredness vanish from her. It was impossible to be upset in this magical place.
With a hum she approached the pool and smiled at her reflection. It would all be worth it to see the guitar-playing male.
(Y/n) began to fix her hair, using the water as a makeshift mirror. She had to look good if she were to meet Mikau. As she thought this her reflection was shattered by a Zora, who's splash had gotten her wet. "A
You'll be Mine Fierce Deity Link x ReaderMore Like This
The warm air around you was incredibly still. Not even the most gentle of breezes blew. Even the sound of the birds tweeting over head had come to a sudden, startling halt. Knowing something was amiss, you stood from the small wooden stump and dropped the blade of your sword into the dirt. “It's too quiet out here. It's never this quiet. So, this silence can only mean one thing.” You felt the ground shaking, but couldn't tell where the source was. Before you had a chance to think, something heavy and incredibly solid slammed into your back and knocked you into the ground.
Once you stopped rolling, you looked up to see Link on top of you, smiling wickedly. “When will you learn? You can't escape me. I'm too fast, and far too strong.”
“I wasn't trying to escape, I just wanted to be prepared.” wincing slightly, you rubbed the back of your head. “I think you might have cracked my skull that time though. Maybe next time you want
Legend of Zelda Seven Minutes in Heaven ByrneMore Like This
This time I'm going to do something different. I'm not going to pick anyone. I'm going to let whoever wants to go next play.” Fluttering down to the ground, Navi let out a weak sigh. “All this flying is tiring me out.”
While the other girls tried to decide who would go next, you snuck away from them and quickly made your way to the sack of items. Still going for stealth, you quietly dug around until you pulled out a large, green piece of fabric. “Is this a scarf or a headdress?”
“Neither.” Byrne stood to his feet, wearing a matching piece of fabric to cover his nose, mouth and neck. He walked over to you, followed by the heavy air of arrogance and self importance. Upon reaching you, he took his item out of your hand, stuffed it in his pocket, and continued to the closet.
“I do believe I have made a mistake. This guy's as interesting as a rock.” Knowing Navi wouldn't let you back out of your turn, yo
Legend of Zelda Seven Minutes in Heaven Zora LinkMore Like This
The room was silent as Navi searched for the next player. She said she was looking for something specific in the next player, but refused to say what. Finally she stopped, and did so right in front of you. “You're perfect. Come on, let's hurry and get you paired with someone.”
“I wouldn't call myself perfect, but I am pretty awesome.” Following Navi's lead, you walked to the center of the room and began digging in the leather bag. There weren't very many items left at all, making choosing an item a breeze. You lifted a blue, shimmering scale from inside. “Ah, a Zora's scale. This is actually pretty neat. And if I got a Zora's scale, that must mean my partner is a Zora Link.”
“You got me, good job.” Link stood up and quickly made his way over to you. “You can keep that if you want to, for some reason. I have plenty more of them after all.”
“Well thank you, it'll make a nice souvenir, and