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."
The Call - Chp 1 - Thoughts and Hopes‘It started off as a feeling,The Call - Chp 1 - Thoughts and Hopes by ~Moonlightgeeky
Which then grew into a hope.
Which then turned into a quiet thought,
Which turned into a quiet word’
It stretched out before me, surrounding me. Intoxicating in its own right. Miles upon miles of bodies staring out me, penetrating me with their lifeless eyes.
Gradually the bodies began to move, making a path for me that headed towards the woods. Faron woods. My steps were hesitant but strong, the trees engulfing me with there ever darkness. Soon Hyrule field had disappeared behind my replaced my shadowy branches that seemed to reach towards me.
The browning leaves crunched under my feet as I continued forward, my brunette hair with auburn tips flowing behind me. I hand tightened with every step, blood seeping through the fabric of my gloves. The tattered edges of my gown get snapped up my viscous twigs on the ground. There was no sound. Just. Silence.
I halted. I stared down at the sudden hint of green. A mangled tu
30- Under the Rain#30: Under the Rain30- Under the Rain by =Zelink4eva123
Summary: *Third Person* She thought this kind of thing only happened in the movies, but she was happy she was wrong.
“This is all your fault!” Zelda cried as the raindrops pounded on the tin roof of the pavilion, the sound echoing around Link and Zelda.
“How is it my fault?” Link laughed, grabbing Zelda by the waist and pulling her toward him.
Zelda sighed and glared back at him, “It was your idea to walk to the park instead of drive, and now we’re stuck in the middle of a storm…”
Link continued to smile down at Zelda, “Oh come on Zellie-”
“Don’t call me Zellie.”
Link rested his head on Zelda’s shoulder, “Why not?”
Zelda’s face slightly reddened and she tried to push all her thoughts about how adorable he looked away from her mind, “Cause, I’m mad at you…”
Link just hugged Zelda closer to him, “Well I hope you’re not mad
9- Drive#9: Drive9- Drive by =Zelink4eva123
Summary: *First Person* If he would just shut up a second and listen, we might not be lost.
“The GPS said to go that way!” I screamed as Link turned right instead of left.
“The GPS is wrong.” He stated flatly, looking at the road, “I know where to go.”
“Link, you’ve never been here, you can’t know where to go if you’ve never been here before. Going down this road is gonna lead us to Altea, not Termina!”
“No, I know where to-”
“Don’t you dare finish that sentence,” I demanded in a threatening tone.
We were supposed to be on a vacation, but it seemed like any other day me and Link are in the car together. If he’d follow the GPS, we wouldn’t be freaking lost. We’ve been driving around for hour and the kids can’t sleep on our way, cause we’ve been yelling for hours.
I mean, I love Link to death and he’s the handsomest man in all of Hyrule and
Finders Keepers***Finders Keepers by =Zelink4eva123
“Keet, you stay here on the lookout for Zelda or Karane. If you see either of them, for the love of Hylia, please keep them away from her room.”
Keet looked at Link and nodded, “I got it, but what do you want me to say?”
Link looked up at the ceiling a second and sighed, “I don’t know, just lead them away from the door. The absolute last thing I want is for Zelda to find out that I was snooping through her room.”
Pipit leaned against the wall next to Zelda’s door and slightly laughed, “I wish you’d tell us what on Skyloft you’re looking for. And you lost it in Zelda’s room of all places!”
Link ignored Pipit and grabbed the doorknob, quietly knocking and hoping that no one responded from the other side.
After a few moments of waiting for a response, Link slowly opened the door and peaked inside, relieved to see her room empty. Sighing of relief, he and Pipit s
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