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|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Twelve Link braced himself as the large Gerudo woman trudged forward menacingly. “Zayeeri,” Jenoa began, doing her best to hide the nervous twitch that had begun to manifest at the corner of her mouth. “It’s about time you arrived. Perhaps if you abandoned those ridiculous things you’re wearing there you’d be much quicker.” “You know better than anyone that I love to play with my food Jenoa,” Zayeeri replied. “Even if it is a…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Eleven Link’s eyes began to flicker as his senses returned to him. He lay still for a bit, examining his surroundings as best as his field of view would allow. He gathered his strength, pushed himself up, and brought himself to a sitting position. Every muscle in his body was in agony. The trek through the desert had begun to take its toll. He wasn’t immobilized by any means, but there would surely…

|| Previous Chapter || Next Chapter || Chapter Ten The companions were miserable. The jubilation they had experienced several hours prior as they raced through Hyrule fields in the direction of the Gerudo desert had been eroded, as though the very sands that now assaulted their faces were responsible. Link, having wrapped a bit of fabric around his face in an effort to curtail the amount of grains pelting his face from the sandstorm, was leading Epona with Rukio following closely behind….

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || When I awoke from my groggy slumber, dusty pink clouds passed quickly overhead, some in the shapes of rabbits or cats, others more like dragons. For a moment I did not know where I was until I heard the familiar squeaking of wheels. I sat up, disturbing the large black and white ball of fluff next to me. Kilton? The husky barked; his cheery greeting far too loud. “Shush now.” I stroked Kilton’s fur, it…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || With an excruciating slap against my face and belly, I hit the river. The water swallowed me and rushed up my nostrils, wrapping its chilly sting over my skin. This quickly transformed into an icy grip, digging into my wrists and squeezing my neck. Sodden clothes and boots pulled me down as bubbles floated away. I could see light up there, but my body was being dragged around at an alarming rate. How far had…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || Welcome Fan Fiction Friday readers! As a special treat, we’ve got another special Saturday edition for you guys. Enjoy! “Ready to go?” Yasei said, her question sounding suspiciously like a threat. It had taken two days to complete my orders. The thought of Ms Mila without a mask for the ball had been intolerable. What Happy Mask Salesman would I be to abandon my customers at such a vital time? By the end of the…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || Welcome Fan Fiction Friday readers! As a special treat, we’ve got a special Saturday edition for you guys. Enjoy! “After all this time, I finally get to see it,” Yasei squealed with delight. She ran to the top of the hill, cornflower blue skirts billowing in the wind. “Isn’t it beautiful? Like something out of a fairy tale with all towers and turrets reaching up to the sky. How much stone do you think it…

||  Previous Chapter  ||  Next Chapter  || Cuckoo! Cuckoo! I glared at the small wooden bird peeking out of its hidey-hole. One of Akisin’s creations which no matter how hard I tried; I just couldn’t seem to part with. I had no doubt that she would stroll through the door one day, and demand her half of the profits. And I was ready, every last rupee accounted for. There would be no repeat of the battle I had endured with her…

|| Part Thirty-Two|| Part Thirty-Four|| Part Thirty-Three “There is six months’ worth of letters back and forth between Princess Zelda and Sir Osmond here. If it wasn’t obvious they were in love before the Battle of Lake Hylia, they certainly didn’t hide it afterward.” I flexed my wrist and stretched my neck. I looked out the cavern opening and let out a long sigh. “Is this boring you, Captain?” I turned back to the princess, rather offended by the question. “No,…

|| Part Thirty-One || Part Thirty-Three || Part Thirty-Two “Adok, I’m going to stop you from destroying Hyrule. You won’t live to see a day she’s ruled by you or your kin!” Osmond barked. “Who said I wanted to rule it? I am single-minded in my purpose and will stop at nothing until I get it, but ruling a wasteland has no shine to me. What I seek is far more personal and valuable.” “What is it you want then?” Fado…