Я ненавижу все в тебе.
Мы слишком разные с тобой,
Хотя скрывает ночь твой шаг,
Ты скоро встретишься со мной.
Ты хитрый вор, ты рыжий лис,
Я в шкуре серой, словно дым,
Ты одинок, и
Together Through Time -Midna x Link- .:CHAPTER 1:.
It had been two years since Link and Midna had parted ways.
Link had gone back to Ordon to help Rusl and the others. The kids had grown, Colin the most. He was now taller than Talo and could swing a sword without any trouble. Talo had given up with swordfighting and had taken up a bow. Malo was still working at the shop in Castle Town. Beth, unlike the others, was living with Renado and at Kakariko village. Link had been teaching fighting to Talo and Colin ever since he came back, both were getting better at an unbelievable speed.
It was a peaceful sunset. Link was sitting at the Ordon spring with Rusl. Just like before he had set to that remarkable adventure.
"Link, It's been two years.." Rusl started. Link looked at him with his curious blue eyes
The Heir to Courage - story
The Heir to Courage
The Hero's Shade traveled shroud in the shadows of a thickly wooded trail. Paws nimbly picking their way through fallen branches the wolf silently tread to the secluded home buried deep along the outskirts of Hyrule.
Within the last few hours Shade had found himself once again able to sense the Triforce of Courage.
From the moment the golden relic was split by an unbalanced touch the three pieces of the Triforce were destined to be continually regifted and reborn through generations.
Courage had made its rounds time and time again, each time leading its wielder on an righteous but otherwise uneventful life.
Wisdom was most often reborn within the royal family and earlier this year it had done so yet again, with a new princess, again named Zelda as was tradition...
But what troubled the Sacred Beast is that in all his wanderings he had yet to see anyone bear the mark of Power...
As an ethereal being Shade made his way easily and silently into the dusty old rafters of
LoZ - Back To Your RootsLink sighed, resting his head in his hands and in turn resting his elbows on the table. It wasn't that he didn't like being at Telma's Bar on this cold winter afternoon; it was just that he had planned on being in Ordon for his birthday, and thanks to the nonstop snowing that had gone on for the past three days, he wasn't able to leave Castle Town without putting himself and Epona in danger. He also felt bad for letting Ilia and Colin and the rest of the kids down after promising he'd be home soon to celebrate with them - he hated having to break promises - so, naturally, he was feeling a little bit blue.
Luckily, he had friends here in town to try and cheer him up; namely, his friends in Hyrule's secret resistance group, with whom he'd gotten to be quite close over the past two years. In fact, he was pretty sure he was as good as one of them now, often accompanying them on their excursions in an attempt to find his place in the world after fulfi
LoZ - Back To The ForestCaptain Link's fever and delirium seem to be worsening with each passing day, despite the measures taken to isolate our men from the epidemic. It is unknown how he managed to contract it, and his agitation and refusal to be quarantined is particularly worrisome; he often expresses his wish to 'return home to the forest'. This is likely a symptom of the illness - the captain has never once mentioned having a hometown in the forest, not even when asked.
Link sighed and shut the old, yellowed diary, carefully returning it to his pouch. As he thought - the old physician's journal only contained the most bare bones of information on the ancestor who shared his name, and reading it over again wouldn't give him any new clues. He looked up into the canopy of the trees, thanking the Goddesses that it hadn't started snowing on him and that the density of the foliage in this area of Faron had kept the ground mostly clear of the white stuff.
Battle of the SoulHe walked through the gate.
Below him, a small mound of sand -- it was solid, but not firm; he felt it shifting under him as he stepped farther into the expanse. Beside him, some ruins; he wasn't quite sure what structure they once upheld, but it had not lasted. Beyond him, stretching across the sky, a gray vastness; it continued without any clear horizon in all directions. Before him, an exit whose entryway was an identical dune of sand to the one he stood upon; certainly, his next objective was the door. Betwixt him and it, a kingdom, a fallen one. It gave no more the Fruit of Life that it had prospered upon since ancient times; for, at this time, it was dead. It too stood upon a minuscule isle of sand, lonely.
Behind him, the gate, which now was barred, preventing any possible departure.
He walked upon the water.
His feet stood upon his feet, the wake of his steps minute. His legs moved steadily in time with himself. His eyes were a soft, piercing blue; he saw their solid, untainted
The Phantom Hourglass part 1Just a little introduction to the game: This is Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. It was released in 2007, after Twilight Princess, on the Nintendo DS. It was made as a sequel to Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass's sequel was Spirit Tracks. So, like Wind Waker, its graphics and style are the same. A lot of people overlooked this game merely because it was made for the DS. And many people overlooked Wind Waker just because of its graphics. People are dumb sometimes. -_- I bought Phantom Hourglass with this thought in my mind, 'It's a Zelda game. It's not going to be bad. It will be worth my money.' And guess what, it was a good game! This game actually has my favorite Legend of Zelda character in it; Linebeck. This game is full of humor, mostly childish humor, but me, being the immature person I am, laughed at many of the jokes. This will be MY version of the game. I will still have the main story line but not every single detail. There will also be parts of the game where it leaves yo
SNOWPEAK--Ch. 1, BetrayalA Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess fanfiction. See description for summary.
Chapter 1: Betrayal
It looked like a gentle mass of furry evergreen branches, rapidly welcoming Link's careening sled, but his terrified mind processed only the hidden trunks. Over and over within the span of a few seconds, he imagined violently striking cold, hard wood, a scratching host of needles the least of his worries, and was almost surprised when the actual impact occurred.
"Link!" Midna yelled, jumping out of his shadow as the sled went its merry way into an unforgiving cliff face. "Are you alright?"
"Urrk," Link said softly. With the arm he could move, he felt the arm he could not and was immediately sorry he had.
"You're going to be fine," Midna said quickly. "Just fine, Link. It looks like you've broken your arm, but that's about all. The fairy you caught can fix that easilysee, there it is now. You're going to be fin
The Angel in Skyloft: Chapter 1
Crossover Fanfiction between: Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword and Kid Icarus: Uprising
Brief Summary: An unknown threat has taken Pit & shattered the portal to Skyworld. Link stumbles upon the angel, takes him to Skyloft where together with Zelda they try to figure how to get him home, all while the threat still lingers. Meanwhile Dark Pit & Palutena try to find another way to enter the other world.
Ships contain: Zelink, Pitcest, Ghiralink later on
*Warning* This story will contain: Yaoi, violence, gore, smut and torture. If you are not a fan of these things then this is not a fic for you to read
The Angel in Skyloft
Chapter 1 The Feather
Link walked out of Pipit's house after helping his mom clean the place (though she did absolutely nothing and left Link to use his Gust Bellows on the whole thing). He wiped the sweat from his forehead and stretched, letting his joints pop, sighing in relief and gazed up at the sky as th