Link X Pixie Reader The lost Princess Chapter 9Link X Pixie Reader The lost Princess Chapter 9 by Happysuzi
Chapter 9: Home
Well her we are, Castle town, where Princess Zelda lived. You followed Link to the castle in silence. The silence wasn’t awkward but It was stressing you out how Link kept something secret from you. You sighed and bumped into Link as he stopped.
“Link you’re here… And you brought the princesses sister?” One of the guards asked.
You were to busy looking around, you did see him nod. It was breaking boundaries bringing you back here but it had to be done. You looked over at Link who was waiting for the guards to let you in.
“Princesses Zelda is in her room. She’s getting worse,” the second guard said and let you and Link into the castle.
As soon as you walked into the castle you started to feel woozy. You cringed slightly and held your head as you sight when fuzzy. Link felt something was off with you and started to panic.
“(Name) what is it?” he asked and wrapped h
The Gerudo Era, part 9This was a troublesome view.The Gerudo Era, part 9 by IncredibleIntruder
Seeing, to her shock, her once best friend and leader now unconscious and in the service of Ganondorf, Namira then began to understand just why she had been away for all these years. Her first reaction was relief, her friend being actually alive, yet this reaction was not widespread in the camp, as her daughter rose her sword in the air, ready to finish her off.
“You will not harm anyone else ever again, traitor,” Shakti said, barely restraining her anger as she prepared to finish her opponent in a swift, efficient, yet decidedly messy strike.
“No!” Namira shouted, running over to her daughter and tackling her to the ground, trying to restrain her. “No Namira! This isn’t an enemy! She’s our former leader, Nabooru!”
Struggling against her mother, thoughts of revenge towards the one that dared attack her, Shakti suddenly stopped, hearing the name her mother spoke. Nabooru? The greatest thief in all of Gerudo Val
The Gerudo Era, part 8It had been a while since his last true battle.The Gerudo Era, part 8 by IncredibleIntruder
Training, simulacrums of dangerous scenarios and mock battles were all that he had done in a long while, as Link tightly gripped his Master Sword. Despite its lack of use, the weapon still felt entirely natural in his hand, its weight familiar in a way that felt innate, confirming once more that it was the chosen blade for the Hero of Time. In the heat of incoming battle, he eyed his opponent as the tall, floating witch looked at him with a confident smirk on her face, highlighted by a combination of blue and red flames coming from her hair. Not only was she his first actual opponent, but she seemed powerful, reeking of magic and of tricks that could very well spell his doom if he was careless.
''Such a pitiable fate, to have kept yourself hidden for so long, only to have to face me. You really have no luck,'' Twinrova cackled, her laughter filling the area as her army did just the same. ''Go fight the others and make sure they learn thei
The Gerudo Era, part 7Sitting within the underground encampment, Shakti and Shehra waited for nearly half an hour until the guard that had led them here arrived with an elderly man and a young girl. “Here are the girls I was telling you of sir,” the guard explained. “The girls who claim that they are daughters of Link.”The Gerudo Era, part 7 by IncredibleIntruder
Inspecting them, the elderly man nodded, inspecting closely so as to ensure those rather surprising claims.''You, young lady,” he spoke, looking at Shehra, noting her fair skin and blonde hair. “You bear resemblance to Link, but also to someone else who was sacred to Hyrule. Tell me, who was your mother?”
“My mother?” Shehra asked. “Why she is the head bodyguard to my aunt, Namira, the leader of the Gerudo tribe.''
Looking her up and down, the old man then asked, “Are you sure of that? Are you sure that your mother wasn’t the beautiful embodiment of the Goddess of Wisdom, Princess Zelda? It would explain the... air, that