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The Legend of Zelda, BOTW, Book One, Prologue
"Vah Medoh" by ArtsyShionai
Wherever Teba looked, he saw chaos. Columns of smoke rose from recently quenched fires dotting the wooden platforms and staircases spiraling around the single, narrow mountain spire on which Rito Village was built. Feathers drifted down in lazy spirals, belying the deadly swiftness with which disaster had struck his beloved home. Those falling plumes caused Teba's already simmering temper to boil over into a towering rage, one that had only briefly subsided as he took time to stop. To breathe. To make sure he was alive.
Those feathers belonged to his people. The snow-white plumage that enveloped Teba's head and neck rose, like hackles on the winter wolves that prowled Dronoc's Pass to the north. He looked skyward, his rage combining with the tears brimming in his golden eyes. His sight was second to none among the Rito. His twin golden
Revenge in Love --Linebeck x Jolene'It's still hard to believe they were gone. Who, you ask? That kid and the girl. Link and...Tetra?
Anyway, it's pretty lonely without anyone on the deck and I have no one to help me when she returns. I had gotten a letter from Jolene, and as it is no surprise, she's coming after me.
And there's nothing I can do about it.'
Linebeck signed and dated the Captain's log as the thunder rolled. Letting out a sigh, he tossed the book aside and made his way onto the deck. The rain was pouring heavily, yet he didn't care. He felt as if today was going to be his last, considering Jolene was on her way. There just wasn't any reason to run. She'd still find him if he tried.
Lightning struck as he viewed the on-coming vessel. The signature butterfly on its masts was becoming larger, and the S.S.Linebeck was anchored, waiting for the imminent attack.
"I've got you now, Linebeck!" Jolene screamed through the rain. She tossed a grapple-hook onto the railing as Linebeck broke into a run. 'Read
The Legend of Zelda: Depths of the Sea (1)
“Twenty-thousand Leagues under the sea and he thinks it’s a vacation.”
Link heard his crewmate’s sass before he felt the slap of a wet cloth against his face, thrusting him from sleep. He pulled the damp cloth off and wiped his eyes as he listened to her chastise him again.
“You’re so lazy — don’t think you’re getting out of recon duty. I went last time.”
When he looked at the Gerudo, she was akimbo and held fast pursed lips and furrowed brow. Her fiery red hair was pulled back into a very professional bun, accentuating her sharp cheekbones.
“At least when Link goes, he doesn’t complain about it through the intercom the whole time,” said their other crewmate, a Hylian with a deep voice. “Unlike a certain assistant mechanic.”
Her sharp, amber eyes glared at him. “All right, all right, I get it, Ridik, you’re better than me and more experi
A Remedy for Madness: Chapter 7
After Otheno's departure, Ylith decided to stay at home for a time. While her daily routine didn't change much, it was the lonely nights that turned out to be torture. The nights were cold, and so was her home. She missed her beloved since the moment he left. When would he be back, she wondered?
After a month she had spent alone, she decided to head to her mentor's library to find something that might distract her. On her way there, she greeted the children that crossed her path with a smile, but remained quiet otherwise. After she arrived at the library, she looked through some of the books and sighed when she looked out of the window. Was he okay out there?
Faheem made his way to the library, with silent steps accompanying the clink of his staff. He had fully recovered and resumed his studies and duties as the Master only a week before. He didn't sense Ylith's presence until he saw her there, and slowly approached. She didn't notice him at first, so he sat opposite of her and cleared
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