Timeless love"Link... Link!"More Like This
The White Goddess bowed down and took the cold skinned hero in her arms. She could not hear the man's heart beating anymore. The Goddess spoke to him softly. Explaining the hero's destiny. Explaining his painful life full of suffering.
Even she knew, Link wouldn't hear.
A sparkling tear rolled down the Goddess Hylia's cheek and dropped on the face of the hero. The goddess regretted her choice. Her people were saved now, yes, but she had sacrificed a very good man.
The man she had loved the most of her people.
The man, she still loved.
The man, who had loved her back.
Another tear dropped.
A tear of the Goddess.
"I will ensure that your gentle, heroic spirit will live on eternally..." she quietly promised to her hero while more tears fell down.
Drip, drop. Drip, drop.
The silent cry of the Goddess.
Her voice had turned only to a whisper. "And I..." she said, "I shall shed my divinity. The next time we meet, I wish to stand before you as a simple human..."
Hylia wanted to
Scars of a HeroFi, as a sword spirit created by Hylia, couldn't exactly understand why her goddess’s chosen hero would falter so suddenly after enduring their journey so well.More Like This
Ever since they both left Skyloft, Link seemed to handle the drawbacks really nicely, be those enemies that needed to be defeated, requests from the sky folks, help that needed to be offered, puzzles that needed to be solved and so on. Fi was (to not say surprised, for she could not yet feel anything with depth) slightly taken aback by the speed that the young adult could fit into the violent world he was thrown into; he had some sword lessons before, but it was not a real battle experience, nor real-time reactions to attacks. She was almost satisfied with his fast progress - the spirit of the hero within his body was growing very fast.
However, she noticed the boy had been feeling exhausted - he had not much time to rest; he was getting more and more dark rings around his eyes (and, according to her database, Link was an