The Boy Behind The Diamonds Part 2The Boy Behind The Diamonds Part 2 by LittlewriterLink
Link was a senior officer for more than one reason. His fighting ability was unwavering and so strong that he could tango with Demise and live to tell the tale; even if he had to brought back to camp on a stretcher. A master of stealth and when his garb had a bit of muck on it; could hardly be seen in the undergrowth.
He charged almost silently up the hill, the wind telling him where he needed to go. He could hear it speaking to him, directing him in the way of danger till he could hear arguing voices.
“Milord, you have paid attention to the child while unborn, diligently in fact. What do you intend to do with him?” spoke a female voice, the tone serious and rich with acid. Link dropped to the floor and crawled on all fours around the bushes, his ears flat against his face, hiding underneath his blond white hair.
“Nothing you need concern yourself with.” grunted another, Link froze for a good moment, Demise was in reaching distance. If only he could get a decent
The Boy Behind The Diamonds Part 1The Boy Behind The Diamonds Part 1 by LittlewriterLink
The sky was painted red. The clouds almost rained blood now. Darkness had entered the world in the manifestation of evil. The King of Evil, Demise. His fire filled hair was a glowing torch on the battlefield; his voice the volume of a powerful mountain lion and his abilities unmatched by any creature that dared face him in battle.
He could parade through any village, his charcoal black cape cleaning the floor as he went and destroy it with a single swing of his sword; a dark silver blade made by the hands of men with a few added touches from his own army. What he lacked was power, the blade he carried had nothing; only welded metal and cloth.
What he needed was a soul.
A forked tongue woman with long silver hair stood at her window admiring the fire that glided across the sky, filling the clouds with ash and soot. She rubbed her swollen stomach and sat down, leaning an elbow on the window sill to continue to watch the fire. The baby inside kicked, it was more active by the day, being r
Arbiters Grounds. Twilight Princess.A brief moment of rest. That’s all he wished for. The desert sun had burned his skin a sore red to the point of tan lines being visible where his tunic had been against his skin and the cold, icy moon had frozen his hair to his face along with his hat. It was like having a fever, one moment of excruciating heat and then feeling like you’ve been hugging an icicle the next. He had crossed the dessert in fur most of the time; able to run across the sand without it burning through his pads in desperate search of shade in the time where the sun beamed down. He had found it easier to travel in the early morning or late evening; sleeping in bursts through the warmest times of the day and coldest times of night.Arbiters Grounds. Twilight Princess. by LittlewriterLink
After many struggles, he had made it to the Arbiters Grounds. His exhausted body collapsed on the stairs; the dry desert wind blew across his back and up his tunic, by no means cooling him. He groaned a little, licking his lips with his sandpaper tongue and made a move to c
Lost Children. A Link Between Worlds.My babies are all gone, lost on travels,Lost Children. A Link Between Worlds. by LittlewriterLink
Oh, little hero, can you help me?
They are lost in two worlds, crying,
Here is a map, little hero, take it,
Equipment can be made yours from me,
Rewards for finding my lost children,
Mother Maiamai can help you,
All one hundred are gone,
I am in such a bind, I stayed here,
A mother frets, you see,
Maybe you could help me, little hero?
Around the land they hide,
I wish you good luck, little hero.