Beneath the hero's shadeThe twilight was starting to cover the little town of Ordon, all its inhabitants were finishing their daily work as they prepared to go home and rest. The children were running back to their homes at their mothers’ call, as they let them know their dinner was ready; even the ranch’s goats started to lie down on the soft grass of their yards to call it a day; everyone had gone to their shelters…everyone, except for a young boy.Beneath the hero's shade by Goddess-Artemiss
Across the bridge connecting the region of Ordona with Faron, a 10 year old boy walked slowly; he had messy, dirty blond hair, fair skin, slightly tanned, and deep blue eyes.
His name was Link.
The boy’s gaze was deep in sadness, as just a few months before he had suffered a tragedy that marked his life forever… his parents had died, in a terrible accident.
Completely shattered, he sat on the edge of the fountain of Faron to remember the happy days he had spent with them…
His parents had arrived to Ordon when
Betrayal under the TwilightThe Twilight Realm, created by the Goddesses to punish the beings with dark hearts, who attempted to seize the divine relic they had created, so it has been for millions of years, but as the centuries went by, the descendants of the evil folk have learned to harvest goodness in their hearts. They know it is their destiny to live in this world to atone for the sins of their predecessors, nevertheless, they live happy lives and are grateful to the Goddesses for their beautiful world under the Twilight.Betrayal under the Twilight by Goddess-Artemiss
In the Twilight realm there was a young woman named Midna. She had an stunningly beautiful body, her aquamarine-colored skin matched perfectly with the crimson of her eyes and hair, but even greater than her physical beauty, was the love and goodness dwelling inside her heart.
Midna was sitting at the edge of the river next to a waterfall, watching in awe how the twilight was reflected in the crystalline waters; she remained caught in the landscape, until she felt someone embraced
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Oni stirred, holding his head in his hands for a moment, he couldn’t even remember hitting the ground.
“Hylia?” he mumbled pushing hair out of his face and sitting up from his place “Hylia?!”
He wasn’t sure where he was, there were peach coloured tiles along the floor each with blue jewels mosaicking around the outsides. There were a few small birds, all different colours pecking in the grass for morsels to eat and fluffy white clouds lining the floor like a cool morning mist.
“Hylia! Where are you?!” Oni shouted standing up so violently that the birds flew away.
“Oni!” called a sweet voice, the clouds parting with a sweep of a golden hand.
“Mother!” Oni whispered dashing up the path into her embrace, her golden complexion vanishing for a more humanoid look; dressed in beautiful lace that looked like it was made of spider webs and a dark green dress the colour of rich l
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Hylia spun around in front of the mirror marvelling at the new fabrics; the silk hugged her skin. Rinku merely stood by the door, leaning on the wall watching her with an unblinking gaze. He had never seen someone happier with a new dress; granted he had not seen the struggles she had had while putting the garment on but he had certainly heard them through the wall and it was like an explosion had taken place in the room when he was allowed back inside; how she managed to pull the drapes down would be a mystery to him
“It’s lovely!” Hylia exclaimed dancing around and bumping into the nearest candelabra.
“Your Grace!” Rinku yelped as Hylia caught the object before it fell.
She gave a weak laugh “I’m okay, Rinku.” she giggled standing the candelabra upright. “Do you like it?”
“Of course I do.” Rinku replied giving a light bow “Your Grace, perhaps in the morning, you’d like to address