Category: Fan Fiction Friday

Chapter Four “What do you mean our supplies aren’t coming through?” “It’s just as I said, Your Grace. We haven’t received shipment for any of the stone we requested from the Goron’s for the last week or so.” The messenger knelt before the throne, glancing nervously at Zelda. She sighed, rubbing her left temple with the pad of her thumb, a frown pulling at her mouth. She struggled to reign in her frustration. Why hadn’t they received the shipment? And…

Chapter Three The Princess and her champion sat along the precipice for a while, breathing in the fresh air in silence. Zelda’s head still rested on Link’s shoulder, and while her tears had finally dried upon her cheeks, she found she didn’t want to move. The cramp forming in her neck protested otherwise, though, and she slowly lifted her head, wincing at the slight stab of pain. The encrusted blood at her throat cracked and she itched at it, beginning…

Chapter Two Sunlight filtered in through the cracks in the drawn curtains, and Zelda’s eyes slowly fluttered open. It took a moment before the memories of the night before came to her. She and Link had stayed up late into the evening, not really talking, just staying beside each other as they watched the moon rise high into the sky. The only thing they had discussed was leaving in the late morning to get some fresh air away from the…

Chapter One The clock struck midday, and the pigeons resting on the clock tower took off with a clatter of wings. Dark clouds gathered, and the air was humid and suffocating. Sweat dripped down her back, her dress clinging to her uncomfortably. Her breathing was labored, and the corset cinched around her waist wasn’t helping. Why she had to wear the blasted thing was beyond her, but her handmaid had insisted it was improper to go without. Something about tradition…

Warning this story contains mature content. Continue at your own peril… Beth’s body was caked with the sweat by the time she made it to the enormous front door of the Forest Temple. With a hiss of pain, and a slow but steady effort, Beth put her hand on the front door handle. With all her might, the weary girl heaved it open. She stepped into the dark courtyard, squinting into the musty darkness.   Beth limp passed the enormous…

Warning this story contains mature content. Continue at your own peril… Beth left at the massive gray temple at midnight, her blue shoes the only color in the cold black night. Beth wore a thick brown cloak, with her hood draped over her thin face. In one hand, Beth clutched an old iron lantern, her knuckles were growing white from gripping the handle so tightly. The lantern was a form of shelter, something she knew wouldn’t break under the pain…

Warning this story contains mature content. Continue at your own peril… Amy died the next day. Beth had felt the fever burning on her brow for days; getting hotter and hotter, but nothing Beth did was able stop it. It was like fighting an army with one of Joelle’s sewing needles: brave, but utterly hopeless. Grannie’s blue potions did nothing and the shopper keeper’s special green elixir only seemed to make Amy cough more. A shroud of darkness had fallen…

Warning this story contains mature content. Continue at your own peril… Meg stared warily at the massive mansion looming ahead of her.  The Forest Temple was an enormous stone building, larger than anything she had ever set her eyes on. Part shrine, part house, the temple was an imposing and grand structure; a building destined to be her new home. The temple was constructed from thick, impenetrable gray stone. Even from this distance, Meg could see the razor straight lines…

Chapter 28: Fall – Part Two Deya and Avela darted over a collapsing bridge that connected towers of the castle. “So much for hiding in the shadows!” Avela gasped before nervously laughing. “It’s kinda ironic, really – we’ve been using the darkness to hide from creatures of darkness.” Deya smirked at the wordplay and shrugged. “I still think that I could probably take them, given the chance.” “But I’m not going to let you right now. Our current goal is…

Chapter 27: Fall – Part One Deya and Avela looked at the wall with confusion as the room shook. From his work table, Deya looked over at his winged companion. “What do you suppose that was?” Avela shrugged. He shrugged back, turning his head to return to his project. “You know, I think some of this might be ready for a test-run soon. What do you think?” Giggling, Avela responded, “You’d know better than I would.” The earth shook again,…