Link's NL: Playing Princess 1The pink door slowly creaked open, a small sliver of light illuminating the pitch-black room as a small head poked in.More Like This
"Good... she's not here..." a young voice muttered to itself as its owner slipped into the room, switching the lights on.
Link, or Young Link as he was sometimes known, grinned upon seeing the large, elaborate room. The huge, fluffy bed was perfectly made, the light from the chandelier above completely showing the pale blue wallpaper and multiple portraits on the wall. A vanity table sat against one wall, while a huge closet comprised the other. A glass door leading out to a balcony was visible on the other end of the room. It was a room fit for a princess, and in fact it was; on the door leading into the room was written the name "Peach" in a feminine cursive.
Link grinned as he shut the door behind him. The second Super Smash Brothers tournament had finished a couple of months ago, and everyone had celebrated another rousing success. Sadly, it also meant the young Hy
Link and Ruto Switched Ch. 1Chapter 1: The secret springMore Like This
Link and Ruto have been best of friends and lovers since Link first met Ruto inside Jabu-Jabu. At first Link was not sure of Ruto at first being a little bossy and a tomboy who loves to adventure. But he grown to like her personality a lot and found out she is really a nice girl. But Ruto had to tell Link later on the whole Zora Engagement Stone thing is just a joke. But after Link defeated Ganondorf and returned to the time he came from to live the 7 years the way he wants to, he keeps the Zora Sapphire with him always.
Zelda dislikes that the hero Link would go for Ruto then her. So when Link crosses paths with Zelda, she would get really mad and go crazy that he loves Ruto and wants him to love her. Thankfully Ruto is always is with Link these days and protects him from the insane princess of Hyrule with some of her fighting skills Link is impressed with. Yet Link wishes there is a way to keep Zelda away from him and stop bothering him and Ruto forever.
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Cia for the life of her could not figure out how everything had gone so wrong. She had aimed to take out her enemies one by one- starting with the Shiekian. Yet instead of destroying one of Zelda's captains, all she accomplished was making her army stronger. Somehow this new bimbo was even stronger than her prior form- also turning other members of their army into powerful yet clumsy bimbos.
This of course only adding onto the fact that their Commander- Princess Zelda herself- was a Great Fairy. She was still unsure how that had occurred, but they had to deal with that newly formed powerhouse as well. Unable to do much against her due to the sheer amount of power she had. Cia grinding her teeth at the remembrance of their previous battle where Zelda wiped out all the monsters before her in minutes.
The thing that stood out most to Cia however was still their hero. Link. The blonde haired youth still quite powerful and somehow taking out as many enemies as the Great Fairy
The Great Fairy ZeldaMore Like This
Power. The simple idea of gaining power is one that has consumed the minds of many. Souls consumed by desire to obtain the power to do rule, to live forever, to destroy... Those who gain such powers at most times ending up with nothing but despair. The power corrupting them into madness and souls lost... Even those of pure souls are resistant to the dangers of gaining unimaginable power. However in some cases rather... interesting results come off of people gaining power. Some are destroyed by it. Others...
Within the land of Hyrule another battle against the forces darkness had just came to an end. The princess of the kingdom Zelda dismissing her blade in a flash of light. Her body aching from the long battle she had just endured- fortunate that her plan had worked with great success. Calling upon the power of the Great Fairy but a few minutes prior proved to be their greatest choice in this battle.
Zelda was well aware her allies were presently checking over the wounded,