However sometimes you wished she wouldn't give you the day off, mainly due to the fact that you really didn't know what to do since he left. You felt your heart sink in your chest as you were reminded of your old friend Link. It had been years since you had seen him last and it killed you that you didn't know where he was or how he was doing. To be honest you had always thought he was cute since the first time you met him and when you became friends those feelings only grew. You finished getting dressed as you remembered back to when you two first met.
At the time you were 8 or 9 at t
As the years fly by, trouble begins to brew in a land hidden past the rocky terrain and valleys, known as the forbidden Gerudo Valley, a mountainous lair to those who are skilled in thievery, deception, and manipulation. It beholds the sight of Hyrule unridden with toils or pains, and greed overtakes all senses, bubbling and festering to the surface. Dark clouds circle overhead, and slowly consume the sunny skies of Hyrule.
Meanwhile, deep in the Kokiri forest, far into the Lost Woods, past the tall trees and overgrown shrubbery is where our story begins. In a meadow created for elven beings known as Kokiri, destined to live long lives as children forever, a singl
Cool rain pattered softly against your face, and the small waves of the lake gently licked the tips of your fingers as the storm swelled in its rage and majesty. At the mercy of the wind, the green grass wicked aggressively against your body as it cradled your form. Despite the intense throbbing within the festering wound of your leg, despite the horrific ache grasping your head as a furious monster ready to tear apart its prey, despite the tempest bellowing against your broken frame, numbness washed over you as a wild sea wave engulfs the tiny pebbles of the beach.
The tears once shed became lost with the rain, like moments lost in time.
The agony causing you to run, the betrayal, all vanished as a speck of dust in the wind.
In comparison to the turmoil you endured the majority of your pathetic life, this vacuum of emptiness was utterly divine.
Maybe if you just closed your eyes, you could lose yourself within this void, and never be hurt again...
It was getting dark out. Dinner had just finished. Another night alone, as you started to eat. There were two loud bangs at your door, scar