Category: Fan Fiction Friday

“You burst into my father’s office to drag me out for this?” I stared at Yasei, not quite sure whether to consider this as an intrusion or a rescue. “I know! Isn’t it great?” She had that manic smile on her face again. The smile that said, whatever I’d planned for the day had just gone up in smoke. I held it up, with its turquoise dribbled streaks down the sides and yellow suns painted around the eye sockets. “It’s…

The wanderer stumbled and dropped to his knees as he reached the crest of the final dune. He smiled, looking to the valley below, and thought back on the moment of his childhood that had started his journey to this place. The sandy streets of Medina were busy in that evening light. He, a young boy, disguised out of necessity, hurried through one of the back alleys with a long loaf of bread cradled in his arms. His mother had…

The smell of hay and horses was overpowering as Osmond burst inside. Rays of light were just starting to break in through the small holes in the ceiling and there were several pages and attendants rushing about with supplies and equipment. “Good mornin’ Sir Osmond,” Fado’s head popped out from a stall and he scurried over to greet Osmond. “Good morning Lord Fado. I’m not late, am I?” “No no, dear boy. Not at all. This is just what it’s…

“I’m getting to leave the castle?!” Zelda could hardly contain her excitement. “You’re going on a pilgrimage to visit one of the guardian deities,” Impa sighed. “This isn’t a vacation.” “Of course not! It’s a dangerous road because of what happened. It’ll be a chance to learn so much of what the world is like. And with you at my side I-“ “I am not going.” Zelda wrinkled her face in confusion, “What do you mean?” “I am to oversee…

The Temple of Time was a short walk from the Castle. Still in the central part of the city, but situated just southeast, it was one of the few buildings that still stood from the Era of the Hero of Time. The area around it had been turned into a natural garden filled with tall trees and reflecting pools. A short stone wall had been built around the area to cut down on outside noise and benches were scattered about…

A light breeze blew into the room from the balcony doors that opened up to the bright light of a new day. As Osmond began to sit up, he flinched and covered his eyes. After letting them adjust for a moment, he took in the lavish surroundings of the room. A large landscape painting of a hillside covered almost the entire wall across from the bed. The bed, he then noticed, was soft and nearly three times the size of…

How had it come to this? One moment, I had been watching Link escort Zelda off to Mount Lanayru for her divine training. The next, I seen them returning in somber fashion. Daruk impatiently asked Zelda how her mission had gone, but she merely shook her head.  My little bird had failed yet again. I watched as Zelda tried to hold back her tears, but in my heart I wanted to do more. The brightness in her green eyes had…

Accepting the role as the Gerudo Champion had been a grand task. I spent much of my spare time learning the “ins and outs” of my Divine Beast, Vah Naboris. In an odd way we had formed a bond, and I awaited the day where I could pilot my beast and destroy Ganon for good! Over the next few months, Zelda showed me her research regarding the beasts, and she was now accompanied by a handsome young knight. He spoke…

We left early in the morning for Mount Lanayru. Zelda had changed into a pure white dress, adorned with golden jewels. The attire made her look much older and I realized that soon, my little bird would no longer be a child. As we neared the trail up the mountain, I wrapped my cloak around the princess so she would not catch cold.  “Not much longer now,” I said, mounting my horse again and riding next to her. “I shall…

A year had passed since we laid my dear friend to rest. In that time, the Yiga Clan had risen to be a greater threat, and my concern for Zelda continued to grow. After much consideration, I chose to travel to Hyrule to pay a visit to old friends. I took the necessary precautions of preparing my soldiers for a potential attack in my absence. “Lady Urbosa, the troops are prepared. Our people will be safe,” Ateir, one of the…