Night is upon us.
Somewhere out in Termina Fields, fearsome monsters are awakening to the howls of Wolfos.
The residents of Clock Town are flocking into their homes, feasting before soon sleeping.
A cold chill blows down from Snowhead Mountain threatening to freeze lost explorers.
But no sound entered Milk Road, a small path that runs through a narrow canyon.
The silence gave way for two distinct sounds echoing off of the rocky walls;
wooden wheels of a wagon rolling along the rocks and dirt of the road,
and plastic crinkles emanating from a fidgeting child.
Link struggled against the loud diaper in an attempt to get comfy.
In truth, he did find the thick piece of padding to be quite the comfy cusion in comparison to
the wooden seat of the wagon, but his constant awareness of its presence distracted him;
leaving the little hero squirming in his seat, failing to forget about the thick thing.
It left him more silent than usual; his inability to sit still not going unnoticed.
Our story begins with a setting sun.
A boy dressed in green resting upon the grass of Romani Ranch as he enjoyed the cool breeze.
His yellow fairy companion gently flying through the air as the pair took a moment to relax.
To all who'd pass by, they'd simply see an ordinary kid lazing around after playing all day.
Of course, we know better. That tunic-clad boy is a legend. Carrying the title of hero!
Link; the hero-of-time. An adventurer capable of traversing the timeline.
Hailing from the land of Hyrule, he carries quite the complex backstory.
Link was born a normal Hylian, but raised by the Kokiri, eternal children of the Lost Woods.
Forced to leave his home by the age of nine, grow up quickly, only to be sent back in time.
Beneath that young pudgy face lies the mentally matured mind of a heroic warrior.
Childish. Courageous. Playful. Responsible. A total goofball with a horrible past.
Matured Hylian or childish Kokiri? Not even he knows anymore.
But Tatl does. The yellow fairy
Introductions, boring, but important, so let me just set the scene for you.
It's your typical weekend. Our usual duo, Knil and Ken, decided to have another sleepover.
Though the big difference this time was that it was the very first to take place at Knil's.
Up until now, Ken had played it safe, spending the nights in his own home, in case
of any unwanted regression. So, this sleepover is important.
Things go off without a hitch. The fiery-hothead arrives, they play, even include Kira...
Oh, right! She's an important piece in this tale. Always trying to hang out with them.
Any friend of Knil's was enough to impress the younger sister.
Let's us focus on the Koji household during this bright and sunny day!
The establishing shot to picture is the head of the family, Hikari Koji, resting in her bedroom.
Nestled between her sheets, she was still recovering from a rather-long work week,
wishing to rest just a moment longer... besides, she'd soon get a visit.
After all, today was Mother's Day.
As if on queue, she heard her door slowly open, accompanied by small footsteps.
Her visitor was being thoughtful, checking to see if she was awake.
"I'm awake," Hikari assured her son, already amused at his adorable actions.
Her visitor came to a sudden stop, before mumbling as he attemp