“Ouch. Hey be careful, it's only me. Stop throwing stuff.” A bright blue light appeared from nowhere, showing the face of your guest. “Thanks Navi, wait until after I get hit with a book to come out of my hat. I could have used the light a little earlier.”
“Link? What are you doing here? It's late, you should be asleep.” Without the moon, it was almost impossible to tell the time of night.
“I know, but there i
A slight shiver went down your spine at the thought of being stuck anywhere with Ganon. You placed your hand in the old bag and began your search. It didn't take you long at all to pick your item, it was a small blue earring. You immediately recognized it as belonging to Link. "Looks like I escaped Ganon this time. I got your item Link." You walked over to him and placed the earring back on his ear. "There we go." You smiled sweetly.
"Okay, okay. No getting all kissy and stuff before you even get in the closet." Midna twirled around you both and opened up the door. "Hurry and get in already. I can tell your eager to get things started." After you two walked into the closet she s
"LOOK AT WHAT YOU DID, TIME!"
"I DIDN'T DO A DAMN THING!"
"OH, SO IT'S SKY'S FAULT?"
"IT SO WAS!"
You sighed heavily. It's been two years since these three magically started living with you. You didn't mind half the time. Half the time, you enjoyed it. Quite a lot. But even though they're technically the same person, just from different timelines (the explanation for that, of which they never want to sit down and explain to you) they still act and argue like brothers. Who plays the oldest, you'll never know.
Twilight, as they call him, is the most calm and serious out of them all. He's not very open to new, unexplored things, when it comes to his social or personal life. He has set tastes and sticks to them very well. He's very closed off and often quiet when the situation doesn't involve him. He has a very big brother atmosphere about him, and likes to
“I'm ready.” Midna had let you know that your turn would be next a bit earlier. But before you could even stand up, she'd floated over to you, sack in hand. "Thank you."
“Go on then, get something. We have to make up some lost time you know.” Knowing how she could get, you said nothing and grabbed the first item you could. “You got a Deku nut huh? I think I know who that might belong to.”
Surprising both of you, Link didn't move. Instead, what you thought was nothing more than a shadow did. “It belongs to me. Didn't even know I was here did you? Figures, most people don't know when I'm there.”
“Oh, I was wrong. Oh well.” Midna shrugged and sped off to the closet. “Let's get you and the
Countless times you can look behind yourself and catch him smiling and staring off into god knows what, his mind just wandering. He always gets like that, really, whenever he's calm. He's currently carrying two bags for you, as you just finished buying the meats.
"Here, you take this bag, let me carry the meat." He offered, reaching out. You shook your head politely.
"Nope, not this time~" And made your way out of the Market. He pouted and followed, mumbling to himself. You know he likes to treat you like a princess, and you'd let him carry you around everywhere to be honest. It just made you feel bad every now and then...
Dark Link, who you now lovingly referred to as Dink, placed his hand over your mouth. “If you would shut your mouth for even a second, it would greatly lower our chances of getting caught. Not to mention it would really raise our chances of success.” After a quick peek over the bushes to make sure no one heard you, he looked back down at you. “Now please, try to be a little more quiet.” Slowly he removed his hand from your mouth. “Now follow me.” While on hands and knees, Dink crawled under bushes and scurried through the open areas until he felt safe.
Tired from crawling all that way, you leaned against a grey stone wall of the castle and cau