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Sherlock has a secret friend (since long before he met John) who also prefers to text.
...and it's re-opened! I just couldn't stay away.
- Part 1 of Short Message Service
Legend of Zelda, Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time, Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
17 May 2012
Hundreds of years after the war with the Twili, things have changed within Hyrule. No longer a monarchy, the princess is no longer a princess. We find that Zelda is now simply an Ordonian farm girl, with no understanding of who she once was, and still is. But when the light spirit of Faron Province brings here and Link together, will they be able to meet his request and fulfill this destiny they don't truly understand? And will they be able to come to terms with the otherworldly pull they feel towards each other? As the goddesses try to point them along the way, they can only hope that both Link and Zelda will be able to defeat evil one last time amidst their tangle of memories and forgotten love.
“Bail Prestor Organa: Reluctant Heir to the Alderaanian Throne and Eager Apprentice to the New Jedi Bendu Order” by Polgarawolf
1 Jun 2008
This is fifty random but essentially chronological moments from the life of Bail Prestor Organa, the Crown Prince, First Chairman, and Viceroy of Alderaan and (eventually) the head Senator of the Alderaanian Sector during the time period leading up to the Clone Wars, as well as the eventual first recruit and named Padawan of the New Jedi Bendu Order. There is an actual story here – one small thread among the vast woven tapestry of life that is the living history of the galaxy, stretched out and twisted, knotted into the whole, curled down among the roots of time, connecting various moments together – but one must read between the lines to capture it. It is not precisely the truth, for the subtle story of these moments is sketched out here in words, and, in the sin of writing down a life, it inevitably changes the shape of things. But it is nevertheless a form of truth. (From a certain point of view . . . )
- Part 40 of Star Wars: You Became to Me