Legend Of Zelda A Flame's Theft Chapter 1
Chapter One – A Night’s Work
An owl’s hoot disturbed the silence of the castle guard. The armoured soldiers marched along the stone walls, their tired eyes peering through windows in the brick for any intruders trying to cross the rapid water that was flowing through the moat into town. The night had been quiet and relatively peaceful even the stars twinkled like little nightlights in the clear skies above. The peace was only to be disturbed by an orange glow coming close to a giant drawbridge that was raised up for the night, through the dark and abandoned streets, clear of the townspeople.
“Halt!” a guard shouted pushing his hand out at the carrier of the orange glow “What business do you have in the field at this hour?”
The carrier of the glow said nothing; they only placed a small iron lantern on the cobblestone in remark.
“I ask again, state your business!” the guard growled coming towards the stranger. The stranger was a boy,
The Legend of Zelda - Majora's MaskChapter 1
The legends tell about a boy, who had a power to travel trough the time. About the boy, who once saved the kingdom of Hyrule risking his own life and returned to his own time after missing seven long years from his childhood. Now this boy, is starting on a new personal journey to find his friend he lost some time ago.
The young boy, who didn't look like a hero a bit was called as Link...
The boy in a green hat and a tunic had rode for a good time already looking for his friend. He also carried a sword and a shield with him. They made him feel more safety. The forest was pretty dark and massed so it was not a surprise, that the friend was still missing. Link sighed. Navi, where are you? Are you even here?
Suddenly the boy heard a tinkling voice and he turned his face to it.
From the forest had flew two little shining fairies. A yellow and a purple one. Link shook his head. No, those were some other fairies. Navi was light blue so Link didn't pay any more attention for
That was all Ruto felt as she swam away from Zora’s Domain. Agony, about to burst through her chest.
A week had gone by since she felt her “fiancé” Link vanish from her plane of existence. She could not explain why, but she knew he was no longer in this world.
Not long after, Ganondorf overthrew the throne of Hyrule and sent his armies to conquer the land. This included launching an attack on Zora’s Domain, during which many Zoras surrendered their lives to ensure the survival of others. Even the King, desperate to save his daughter, told Ruto to escape through a hidden passage to Lake Hylia. She quickly caught a glimpse of him being encased in blood-red ice before obeying her father’s orders.
“Why?” Ruto asked herself as she surfaced. “Why did this have to happen to me?”
Ruto crawled up on the wooded shores of Lake Hylia, not caring if she was spotted. She then cried in anguish. As she cried, she did not notice a thin