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It seemed there were now bokoblin soldiers patrolling every route that Link needed to travel. Perhaps the usurper ruler of Hyrule could see that his shadows of twilight had receded from certain areas of the kingdom and had dispatched the guards to search for any sign of a citizens interference. Whatever the reason, however, Link only felt obligated to slay those nearest Kakariko to keep the children and the remaining residents safe. The remaining soldiers Link refused to touch. Leaving them be would ensure that the ruler would be unaware of Links exact whereabouts, for if a high number of his minions became unaccounted for, Link was sure that there would be an investigation into the disappearances and the dead bodies that would then be discovered.
Innocent people were likely to be held accountable if that were the case, people that Link refused to be sacrificed in his name.
He kept Epona at a soft trot, avoiding the patrols and by midday Link a
LOZ:Twilight Princess:Ch.5More Like This
---- Chapter 5: A Dark Transformation
The glowing darkness bolted into his eyes painfully. He was not used to such a splattered spectrum of light, semi-shadowed and quite luminous in the brighter areas. Yet perhaps his focus hazed due to the hand that gripped his neck, causing him to gasp for air. He struggled as the long sticky fingers throttled him unknowingly in its inspection of him. The face, or at least what Link thought resembled the face, came closer to his as if to peer into his eyes, yet there were none that mirrored Links reflection. Its hair was long black tentacles that hung down from the back of its crest-like head.
Link raised a hand to the beasts fingers, attempting to pry the coils from his neck, and as he did so, his hand began to burn with new life as it had done so just days ago. A piercing light shown from it for a fraction of an instant, and the dark hand released him and scampered off in an uneven walk.
Link fell hard to the ground, yet relieve
The Hero of Wolves: Chapter 1More Like This
The Hero of Wolves
By The Wolfess
Chapter One: Homecoming
The scent of goats and the sound of childrens laughter were the first sensations to reach the young warrior as h
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LINKS HOUSE, NEXT DAY
Hey, wake up, Link! Its morning already! Which apparently means we get to be obnoxious little shits and wake other people up.
Climbing down from his OVERLY INTRICATE HOUSE, LINK sees a small mob of small children.
Alright, just who the hell are you three anyway?
Im Talo, and I fulfill the role of being the fake-toughie bully stereotype, although ironically, my victim is even more unlikable than I am.
HORRIFYING BABY THING:
Im here to break the fourth wall with button instructions Im also stunningly creepy
And Im the spoiled brat. Although all three of us are here for comic relief, my jokes will be the flattest and most predictable.
Well The script says that Im apparently friends with you, although youre all so detestable that Id be amazed if you could be friends with an NPC, much less the protagonist. Now what in the name of Din is so flaming important th
Majora's return chapter 9Majora's return chapter 9More Like This
The games begin.
Night had fallen over Hyrule Castle Town. The stars were out en masse, creating a spectacular mosaic high above the land.
Not that Viscen cared. Now that his plan had failed, he had returned home to sulk miserably. The monster had never arrived...he had been told that the monster had been distracted by some kid. What more, it had been the spoiled princess that had saved the day with those stupid flash arrows...she was a hero now. She and the farmboy...ugh.
He didn't see his mask there, which was probably a good thing, as it would only make things worse for the guard.
The mask had other business.
Colin had retired just outside Telma's. Everyone else was inside having a hearty meal and drink. He needed to think.
Shad, one of Link's friends, had promised to find out as much as he could about a monster that called itself Majora. He
A link to the twilight part 8"Why do I have to do everything!" complained Zelda. She was the only one who could take the lantern away from Link and she also had to explain the new situation to her army before things got worse. And as if that wasn't enough, the princess had to wait for Link to wake up to break the mirror he created to set free the four light spirits.More Like This
"Rusl, go tell our army that the enemy commander has been defeated! Spread those words so our enemy can hear it!" ordered Zelda. "I'll join you soon."
"As you wish, princess," agreed the man.
Zelda returned her attention back to Link. She carefully detached the lantern from his waist. She then kicked it away from him. As soon as the lantern was at a decent distance from the hero, Link transformed into a wolf. Zelda removed the arrow she shot earlier from the beast's shoulder. She then looked at Link's horse. Epona was losing blood, too much blood. Zelda approached the poor animal and tried her best to close the wound. After a moment, the horse seemed o
A link to the twilight part 5Upon entering the temple, Link saw a long path in front of him with a chest on a pillar at the end. He advanced towards it and was soon stopped by an invisible energy. He also noticed a hole floating in the air that looked like a triangle. Link examined it for a minute and concluded that it was probably some sort of key hole. He sighed. "Why does it always have to be the same kind of temple " he complained. "Where is the compass when you really need it," he said. Link looked left and right. There was one door on the left and two on the right. Only the left door wasn't blocked by a metal gate. He rolled his eyes and went to it. On the other side, there were a bunch of tracks for the spinner to ride on. It warmed his heart to see that. He quickly got his spinner out and started to ride on the walls. At the start, it was reasonably easy. It was always jump left to right. Then it got more interesting. The path for the spinner got trickier. It was going up and dowMore Like This
ok thenThree names you go by:More Like This
Three screen names you've had:
Three things you've done in the last 33 minutes:
Three things you like about yourself:
Three things you dislike about yourself:
Three things you're afraid of:
○Old moldy food
Three things you're wearing right now:
○Light Blue shirt I guess
Three things of your everyday essiantals:
Three important objects or people:
○Notebook + pencil
Three of your favourite bands:
○Circle of Friends
○Fyresale (though he's not a band)
Three ways to be happy:
Destruction. The Light Spirit paced his spring, his face wrinkled in an expression of worry. From what he had heard, Eldin Province had recently experienced a volcanic eruption that had killed many people and destroyed much of the surrounding area. Furthermore, even more recently, a great evil had terrorized the Castle Town and Hyrule Castle, parts of Lanayru's province at least as far as he could remember.More Like This
What had his siblings been doing? Though Ordona's arrival was more recent than either of these events and he was unsure of how long Eldin and Lanayru had been in this reconstructed Hyrule, surely they had been around at the time of these attacks. What kind of guardians were they, he wondered. Although he loved and respected the other light spirits greatly, he couldn't help but feel somewhat cross at them for neglecting to protect their goddess-given provinces.
Naturally, he didn't know the full story. Ordona had no idea of the nature of the evils that had plagued the areas, evils that dwarfe