You found yourself returning to Hyrule Castle in the same manner you originally intended to return to it… With food, supplies, general goods to feed the resting army within… Of course, that army since then had changed, but that hardly mattered, didn’t it?
What mattered was the fact that you would, as was promised, be returning to a home- not a battle-ground… And what a home the castle was…
Ganondorf kept you closer that next week leading up to their departure than he had ever done before. Of course it would take an entire week to mobilize the majority of his army, an
You suspected once, long ago, that being captured would be the worst thing to ever happen to you. You suspected that day that it was the only way to make your day worse.
The war had supposedly come to a close not long ago, this you knew. This however, didn’t change the fact that said war had left your family’s business all but bankrupt. Your family ran a small general goods store in Hyrule, and when the war came getting supplies for your store became significantly harder. Food was rationed, some of your supplies were re-routed in a surplus to the effort, and you’d be damned by the goddess if yo