Category: Fan Fiction Friday

“Link? Li-ink?” Mipha waved her hand in front of Link’s face. “Are you listening?” Mipha looked toward the direction that had Link captivated. A group of trees just on the edge of the woods. “I dont-” “Is that a person?” Link mumbled to himself. “Link!” Mipha blurted out grabbing the hero. “I don’t mean to be rude but you aren’t listening to me!” Link was slightly startled. “Gah! I’m so sorry Mipha!” He blushed and pointed in the direction, “Look, …

Author’s Note (Alfred): In an effort not to spoil anything (plus, the story didn’t really get that much more fleshed out), we’re deviating from the Champion’s Ballad’s story. Not to get too full of ourselves, but I like our story better, though I’m a bit biased. So, don’t worry about having the story for the DLC spoiled as you will find no spoilers for it here! Being the leader of an army of people was a tough charge; you did…

“Princess, I don’t think-“ “Shhh!” The Princess put a finger to her lips and shushed the Rito loudly. “We have to speak to the Goron Chief,” she said with a stern glance. “I am not leaving without an audience with him. I have a royal order to be here.” Revali wanted to ask that if she had a royal order, why were they slinking above the southern mines at twilight and hiding from passing Goron? But instead he kept quiet and…

The clouds had parted, the world stood still and the goddess descended from the sky. The volcanic ground dissipated as she touched down on to the ground. The fighting stopped and the combatants looked towards her. None of them were prepared for a goddess intervening, especially the Goddess of Time. I came down with her, held tightly in her hand. Power surged through me, filling me with unbelievable energy. From the distance, I could feel pure malice bearing down upon…

It definitely was not the safest route. The thorny thicket was scattered around, cutting through, around, and over the path, leaving little room for maneuvering. It seemed almost as if the foliage was alive as it appeared to move in the fog. The area itself was definitely not a welcoming one, the thorns growing thicker as the pair progressed deeper. There seemed to be no end in sight, but Link spotted a sign that said “Forbidden Woods Entry.” It was…

Hello, fellow Zelda-lovers! It’s one of your lovable writers here! How are you liking the story so far? Be honest! We want to hear your feedback. While we plan out the next few chapters, we want to know what you guys think, what you want to see more of, and special things you might like! I’m including a poll with some options, but feel free to comment more! This won’t really have any effect on the chapters, but we haven’t…

Zelda’s face shone bright red as angry tears fell from her eyes. She was so embarrassed. Having to admit that she was without power made her feel awful. Revali took a step closer, politely pulling Zelda by the elbow out of the way from the earshot of the Goron Miners. “Princess,” Revali began, unsure of what to say or do. “Why are you upset?” Zelda sniffed and tried regaining her composure, but it was hard after finally losing it. She…

“Euwgh,” Revali groaned. How could these Goron live in this sweltering heat? It was as if it was a hellish wasteland devoid of life and… intelligence. It wasn’t that Revali thought himself better than the Goron. Okay, that’s not true at all. Revali actually saw them as lesser beings. Not in the sense that they mattered less, but rather that they were quite unintelligent. To the winged archer, the Goron were as dumb as the rocks they ate. Zelda could…

Link took the ocarina and studied it in his hands. Running his hands over the cool texture he looked at the eager “face” of the Skull Kid as he had pulled a small flute out of his bag and was brandishing it excitedly. “Yay! Fairy boy, let’s play! Remember that song you taught me a long time ago? Let’s play that one!” Link tried hiding his uncertainty as he continued to go along with the awkward situation. “Alright, uh..” Link…

“I think our best bet is to send Zelda up there to reason with them,” Link said. Zelda was surprised by his vote of confidence and blushed. “Well, thank you, Link. I appreciate your confidence in me,” she said, a tremble in her voice. Truth be told, she was very nervous about going up there. Her secret was yet to be revealed to the group, and she refused to tell them.  As long as they thought she had access to…