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."
Beneath the hero's shadeThe twilight was starting to cover the little town of Ordon, all its inhabitants were finishing their daily work as they prepared to go home and rest. The children were running back to their homes at their mothers’ call, as they let them know their dinner was ready; even the ranch’s goats started to lie down on the soft grass of their yards to call it a day; everyone had gone to their shelters…everyone, except for a young boy.Beneath the hero's shade by Goddess-Artemiss
Across the bridge connecting the region of Ordona with Faron, a 10 year old boy walked slowly; he had messy, dirty blond hair, fair skin, slightly tanned, and deep blue eyes.
His name was Link.
The boy’s gaze was deep in sadness, as just a few months before he had suffered a tragedy that marked his life forever… his parents had died, in a terrible accident.
Completely shattered, he sat on the edge of the fountain of Faron to remember the happy days he had spent with them…
His parents had arrived to Ordon when
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
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