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|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Nine Link’s mind began to race. The mere mention of the Master Sword stirred something within him. He couldn’t quite determine how to describe the sensation, only that it felt as though a dormant part of him was beginning to awaken. Rukio stepped in front of Link and placed a hand on his shoulder. It was heavier than Link had anticipated, and he shifted in the other direction to counter-balance the added weight on…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Eight Link looked back at the still, prone body of Rukio. He knew that the most pertinent course of action at this time was rousing her from the state of unconsciousness that she was in the thralls of. He knew that Rukio would agree, but he still felt a pang of guilt as he began to lift her limp body from the pool. “Hang on Rukio,” Link said as he began making his way…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Seven The pair were now in full sprint down the long corridor within the Great Fairy’s temple. Brazier’s dotted the walls providing ample, albeit ominous lighting that illuminated the seafoam green walls. Behind them, the sounds of Biggoron’s struggle with the Stalfos diminished until it had become inaudible. Keese began to fly overhead as they raced forward, roused from their slumber by the loud clacking of Link’s boots and Rukio’s calloused feet in rapid…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Six Link clenched his body as tightly as he could as he plummeted downward, anticipating a sudden, deadly impact with unrelenting ground below. He estimated that he had only been falling for several seconds at this point, but the anxiety from his expected demise had made it feel like an eternity. “I’m sorry brother!” he heard from a ways below him. He couldn’t see Rukio in the pitch blackness of the chasm, but he…

|| Previous Chapter || Chapter Five Hyrule Castle was bustling. No doubt it was preparing for the princess and Link to journey to Mt. Lanayru. I had not been the first to arrive at Hyrule Castle this time — that honor had gone to Daruk, who had quickly informed me that we would be accompanying the princess to the mountain.  “Is all of this necessary?” I asked the Goron, a little annoyed. “I guess so. We’re supposed to escort the princess…

|| Chapter Three || Chapter Five || Chapter Four The elder’s words rang through my head again. “Princess Zelda will be visiting Rito Village again on official business this week. She will have the knight — Link, and a few others with her. Be sure to greet them when they arrive.” The last person I wanted to see was Link. The princess I was fine with, but that insufferable knight, not so much. His silence continued to infuriate me. I felt as…

|| Chapter Two || Chapter Four || Chapter Three It didn’t take me long to learn the ropes of the Divine Beast that I had been put in charge of. Medoh and I had taken to the skies quite frequently and I had to say, the power of the Divine Beast was intoxicating. Calamity Ganon wouldn’t stand a chance; Medoh and I would take the beast out long before that knight would have a chance. Speaking of the knight and his greatness,…

|| Chapter One || Chapter Three || Chapter Two The Hylian emissary’s arrival turned out to be none-other than Princess Zelda herself. I was a little shocked when she arrived in Rito Village with her entourage, but I was also humbled that she came all this way herself. The Village Elder had us all meet together to discuss the threat of the Calamity.  “Young princess, we Rito are humbled to have you in our village. I hope your travels were…

|| Next Chapter || Chapter One Vast is the sky above Hyrule, but none call the sky their own quite like I. For many years, I have honed my skills to show that I am the best of the best. There is not a single soul out there who can match my aim or soar as high as I. I have been called prideful and egotistical, but it has never ruffled my feathers. At least they know greatness when it…

|| Part Twenty-Seven || Part Twenty-Nine || Part Twenty-Eight The boy sat calmly in Ribura’s chamber. Calmer than this mysterious figure expected him to, quite honestly. “And you feel no guilt about performing this task?” The boy shook his head, “If it would lead to justice for my mother, I would perform what you ask a thousand times over.” “Good,” the man smiled under his cloak. “You will need a new name… One that the Hylians will not connect with your…