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|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Twenty-One The pair were led by the cadre of Zora soldiers along a straight path to a towering castle. The pace was brisk giving Link and Rukio little time to take in the grandeur of their environment. They were at the very least appreciative of the craftsmanship that went into this particular part of the city having recognized that it was noticeably more ornate than the city outside the gates. They pushed forward through…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Twenty The three rode forward, spurring their horses on feverishly, the ground shaking beneath them as the dragon drew closer. Several additional Zora emerged from the waterfall equipped with elaborate, crystalline bows. They took aim and fired upward, their comrades screaming at Link and his company to hurry behind them. Link turned to Jenoa who was quickly falling further into the thralls of the extreme cold. Her body began to convulse more and more…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Three Journal Entry #54 Mid-Spring I’m writing this entry… mostly on the off chance things don’t go well. My hand hasn’t really been clearing up. Here’s hoping once whatever these echo things are are gone, it begins to return to normal. Regardless, this journey has been… enlightening I suppose is the best way I can put it. As I am to understand it, these “echoes” as our good friend Skorn calls them…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Two LOG ENTRY 482 DATE: 23RD CYCLE OF DIN WEATHER: SANDY Reached Mirror Chamber. Found Mirror Destroyed. Non-Issue. Auru touched large rock and hand was damaged. Wound treated. Strange children appeared. Name is Skorn. Stupid Name is Noted by Traveling Party. Informed of Echos of Twilight and Echo Tower. Situation Uncertain. Nothing more to Report. ~ Ashei “So… what is it?” asks Luda, daughter of Kakariko shaman, Renado as she sits on…

||  Next Chapter  || Chapter One Journal Entry – 03/27/742, 4th Era of Daphnes It’s easy to forget sometimes that the shadow beasts incident took place over the span of less than a month. It feels like that summer had gone on forever with how much had happened. When I think about Telma’s experience with that amnesiac girl, meeting Link, Ashei’s expedition into Snowpeak, discovering the Ancient Sky Book, and that confrontation at Hyrule Castle, it all feels like those…

||  Part Forty-Two  ||  Part Forty-Four  || Part Forty-Three The passage into the catacombs was situated halfway between the Temple of Time and Hyrule Castle. The graveyard that attached to the Temple grounds once held an entrance as well, but an accident during the construction caused a cave-in, blocking that route. The other entrance stood near a small park. It was a carved stone entry with a rod iron gate. The only thing to indicate the purpose of it was…

||  Part Forty-One  ||  Part Forty-Three  || Part Forty-Two The first thing Lord Sagesse did was further tend to Lindsey. There wasn’t much he could do beyond what Laruto had already done, but it made the group feel more at ease when he acknowledged that she would be well enough to travel as soon as she felt it so. Next, he addressed the situation with the hostile Zora. “Times are hard. I am not so surprised some would fall into…

||  Part Forty ||  Part Forty-Two  || Part Forty-One Zelda sat by the window and let out a long sigh. Rassa sat down beside her and smiled with a reassuring pat on the leg. “If anybody can help us, it’s Lord Sagesse. I have worked with him for many years. He’s incredibly wise and powerful. Even the most boisterous and devoted enemies of Hyrule would think twice before crossing him.” Zelda smiled, “That’s reassuring. He has always been very kind to…

||  Part Thirty-Nine ||  Part Forty-One  || Part Forty Moments later, the small Sheikah cottage was empty again. Zelda and Laruto slipped out the front door, cloaks over them to conceal their faces and they followed the flow of people leading towards a small square. In the shadow of the gate house, on the paved path to the sealed door, a large crowd had gathered and were listening to a tall Zora. He stood on a box, though he likely…

||  Part Thirty-Eight  ||  Part Forty  || Part Thirty-Nine The road seemed different in the wagon as opposed to on the back of the horse. The ride gave Zelda the impression they were traveling at a much slower pace, although Rassa assured Zelda they would be to Castletown in only a day and a half. As they rode past the small camp, Zelda spotted Lou hauling lumber to the storehouse and gave a polite wave. “Good ole’ Lou,” Rassa smiled,…