The Hyrulian Valhalla Saga: Story 49Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls!
"So what kind of girls does everyone like?"
All the other Heroes turned their head towards the one asking the question. Unsurprisingly, it was Brown, who always had some kind of conversation-starter to throw in when things got quiet. Light half-smirked, laid his elbows on the picnic table he was sitting up, and snorted.
"What is up with you and questions like this, Brown?"
Brown shrugged. "I just get curious a lot, that's all!"
"I don't mind," chimed in Green from the other end of the table. "I'm always ready to talk about girls!"
Mini side-eyed Green. "You sound like a pervert when you say it like that."
"I'm not a pervert! I'm just honest," he replied with a wry grin.
Sky laughed bashfully, scratching his cheek. "Well I guess I don't mind answering that," he said. He rested his head in one of his hands and thought for a moment.
The Hyrulian Valhalla Saga: Stories 28 - 30In That Case, Where's The Superglue?
"Hey, Wind? I just thought of something."
Wind lifted his gaze from his mug of frothy hot chocolate. "Huh? What is it, Brown?"
Brown rested his head in his hand and looked up in thought. "You had to go around and collect pieces of the Triforce too, right?"
"Yeah. Mine was courage, though, not wisdom - why do you ask?"
"I was thinking how do they manage to break it apart like that, anyway? I mean, isn't it all-powerful?"
Wind furrowed his brow and took a sip. " You know, that's a good question," he said after a short pause. "You'd think something so powerful would be hard to break into pieces like that." His eyes went wide when he remembered something. "Wait - but didn't you say that your Zelda split apart the Triforce of Wisdom?"
"She did," answered Brown, holding his own mug absently without taking a drink, "but I never di
HVS Side Story - The Greater GoodTwilight blinked when he saw the face of the visitor at his doorstep. "Light? Hey, what's up?"
The younger Hero had a grave look on his face and an old book in his arms. "...There's something I've gotta show you, Twilight."
Confused, Twilight moved to let him in. "Oh, uh, of course... what is it?"
"That's the thing," said Light, coming inside and closing the door behind him, "I don't know. I don't know what it is or what it means, but -- " He sighed, kneeling down beside a low table and laying down his book - a green tome which Twilight recognized as the Book of Mudora. "...I can't explain it; you'll just have to see for yourself."
With a frown, Twilight knelt beside Light as the latter opened the book of histories and prophecies, flipping backwards to find the right pages. "I never had the time to read this all the way through in life," explained Light, "and it took me a while to catch on. Take a l