Legend of Zelda Wild Deities Part 3Part Three - Trusting the MortalsLegend of Zelda Wild Deities Part 3 by LittlewriterLink
He walked for some time, his feet becoming dirty and sore with walking on the dusty path. His stomach rumbled like an earthquake, making him recoil and groan. He’d never eaten anything before; if he had been a mere mortal, this kind of hunger would have killed him on the spot.
“Aginah, why don’t you come to the village, there is a celebration tonight.” spoke a voice from behind the shadow of the trees. Oni crouched down on his feet, pulling back some of the brambles that separated him and the mortals.
“No, I better stay and research this ‘Oni’.” Aginah sighed rubbing his hands together for a moment “There is nothing about him in any book I have read.”
Oni indistinctively ducked into the bushes upon hearing his name.
“Her Grace obviously trusts him, perhaps he may visit us with divine wisdom.” croaked the first voice, footsteps crossing the path while the older man named Aginah halt
Past And Present. A Link Between WorldsHe must have been a great hero,Past And Present. A Link Between Worlds by LittlewriterLink
One loved by many,
To be pictured here in glory,
To be looked upon like art,
His tales are known across all the lands,
Great myths and legends,
Mine are still young and unsettled,
Mine are new and modern,
We came from the same place,
Lived very similar lives,
Taken a sword and shield against our will,
Taken a trip across two entire worlds,
I look upon his painted face,
Wondering where the scars are,
I’ve had my fears and doubts,
I’ve had foes crush my soul to bleed,
He seems so powerful in the brushstrokes,
Fighting for the greater good,
I’m glad to be able to see these paintings,
I’m glad to be in my own.
Life Of The Helper Characters. ZeldaYou don’t know,Life Of The Helper Characters. Zelda by LittlewriterLink
What I’ve gone through,
I’ve followed him,
Through the endless puzzles,
Cleaned his wounds,
While he’s slept the pain away,
I’ve guided him,
Lectured him on his poor diet,
I’ve comforted him,
When his dreams have turned to nightmares,
One day our time will end,
You can imagine,
How close one can get to him,
While he’s busy,
He can be rather forgetful of you,
His smile is lost,
When you leave without a word,
The look of horror,
When he sees you gone forever,
What pain he feels,
It must shatter his heart to pieces,
It is my regret,
To leave my soul mate behind.
Legend of Zelda Wild Deities Part 1Part One - Falling To the Green LandLegend of Zelda Wild Deities Part 1 by LittlewriterLink
There was a beauty in his blood, a smile in his constant frowned over face, a light in his piercing dark eyes and a sweet tone in his otherwise sour demeanour. Oni was his name, a God that lived in everything just as the three Goddess; Din, Nayru and Farore did, as well as the white Goddess Hylia.
When the earth was created there was something stirring within his war torn mind, it was peaceful, like emerald knolls over a river. Oni had two names; Oni and the Fierce Deity. He was feared and loved, the more he was feared, the more ominous and rage filled he would become in his home in the clouds, the more he was loved, the calmer and quieter he would be.
He would spend many a day flying unseen in the clouds, his sword, a double helix blade made of green of the ground and blue of the sky could cause lands to crack, rivers to flood, mountains to fall, wind to spin and dry the very earth beneath the sky at his will. And yet, he could allow crops to flour