LOZ Timeless Sea -chp. 3-LOZ Timeless Sea -chp. 3- by Lunafex
His eyes were the only thing she could remember. Not his lips, his skin, his sandy hair, his brilliant scales- just his eyes. The most royal of blue, the color of deep water. They spoke fiercely, yet gently.
Strangely- she felt like she had met him before. Like she knew those eyes unforgettably.
Foolish- she would have known if she met this large humanoid if she were a thousand years old and was introduced to him as he came out of the womb. But as ridiculous as it was, the notion still stood- there was something about the aquatic beast that rang a bell to her. A loud bell.
The merman had only been at the laboratory overnight. Apparently a few workers stayed there to keep an eye on him, but Zelda could trust at least on her aching feeling that it didn't go over well. She wished she could have stayed. Oh, she truly wished.
Entering the building, she was greeted almost immediately by one of her coworkers. "Zelda-" he said, smiling a welcome. "We need you to check on, er, Link right away."
We Can Work It OutEver since the Twilight Incident, Princess Zelda and the hero Link began to grow closer. It was primarily professional, with Link mostly helping her to rebuild much of the castle that was destroyed. However, on one night, that changed.We Can Work It Out by BigD1987
They both sat quietly in her parlour, never once making a sound themselves. There were noises being made, but they were the crackling of the fire and the shouts of the Ordon kids playing outside in the halls with some of the staff. They could also hear them singing something about blunting knives and bending forks, which is what Mistress Impa, the head of the servants, hated.
Link's focus was on Zelda, reading a book in the chair across from him. He had his own book in his lap that he'd barely touched. Being a country bumpkin, reading wasn't at the height of his priorities. However, thanks to the Princess–her coronation had ben put on hold while Hyrule recovered–that was changing.
He knew his staring was rude, so he looked back to his book, c
Legend of Zelda, Legacy of fate - ProlagueAfter the defeat of Ganondorf, peace was restored back into the realm of Hyrule. Midna was back to her original form known as the princess of twilight.Legend of Zelda, Legacy of fate - Prolague by charliethemew012
She sadly told the hero and princess of Hyrule that she had to go back to her home, home of the twili. As she said her final goodbye a tear formed and fallen down her face. It glowed brightly and starts to leave her face by floating away into her hand, than she pushes it heading for the mirror the doorway of the twilight realm.
It cracks and shatters with the pieces falling to the ground Link and Zelda watching the shattered pieces getting shattered even more in an awe. Link turns back to face Midna only to see her teleporting back to the realm.
"Don't worry my friends." she muttered. "I'm sure our paths will cross again someday."
As she came back to her castle she thought of Zant the Usurper King. How she used the fuzed shadows to end his reign of terror once and for all, alas she regretted her and Zant's past.
They used to be best of
Spirit of Inquiry He wasn’t much of a talker, but of course he had his moments. Whether it be that he was embarrassed, angry, or wanted to play around. He’d always come across populace that tried to get him to speak, though when he did, they never noticed.Spirit of Inquiry by Akarui-Sakura
“Of course I don’t speak! I’m a mute, aren’t I?”
His sarcasm made him new friends...and enemies. Not that he cared of course, he always had his confidence to keep him company. Throughout his many incarnations, he possessed a variety of different personalities. Sometimes he was quiet, sometimes he was childish, while in other instances, he remained cocky. He was loved for his character, but was it the only thing that boy wanted? Did he mind only being known for his sarcasm and humor? He had other hobbies too, didn’t he?
It wasn’t until he became orphaned at merely 15 years-old, did he decide what he wanted to do. He enrolled in the army to b
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