24 Sep 2021
The Twilight Invasion continues, and Bulbins and Shadow Beasts stalk the land. Most of the Hylian population have been transformed into Shadow Beasts, leaving Castle Town as the last bastion for the humans of Hyrule. Yet an army sits at its doorstep, and the leader of that army has stolen away the Fused Shadows that Link and Midna had thought to use against him. They barely escape with their lives, resulting with Zelda putting her power into Midna's body to save her life. Yet Zelda's sacrifice leaves her in a magical sleep, and leaves Hyrule without a leader in its most desperate hour.
After pulling the Master Sword and stepping into his role of the Hero of Hyrule, Link must find a way to lure Zant into the Twilight Realm in order to defeat him. The Mirror of Twilight has been shattered into pieces, and he and Midna must retrieve them. Relying on the aid of friends new and old, he must re-assemble the Mirror, and face a new threat that has been manipulating everything from the beginning.
This is a novelization of Twilight Princess. Midna's Lament is Book Two.
- Part 2 of Twilight Princess Novelization
06 Aug 2021
For five years, Link has been living in Ordon, having found peace and safety. Suddenly his home is invaded and he is brought into a magical field called the Twilight, where he is transformed into a wolf by an unknown power. After meeting a small creature named Midna, he discovers that he has been chosen by the gods to be the next Hero of Hyrule, and must save the land from the Twilight Invasion. Thrust into a role that he does not want, he must work along with Midna to stop the invasion and free those who have been transformed into dark creatures.
This is a game novelization set into a trilogy of books. Into the Twilight is book one.
- Part 1 of Twilight Princess Novelization
Gray Voice once said that machines had souls, that they could think and feel and had wills of their own. How could the ramblings of an old Chozo make any sense? Machines are machines and nothing more...
An old story of mine written in 2008, imported here from ffnet.
Edit: I hate present tense with a passion so I will be revisiting this one to put it into past tense first person personal.
13 Aug 2018
Zelda vows to help Link remember the events that led them to their hard-won victory. In doing so, they must delve together into a shared past and seek to untangle their feelings, their grief and their youthful frustrations to find the things they could control... and the things they couldn't.
"I don't know how to remember. Time passes, but nothing comes to my mind... Except you. You're the key," Link said, softly. "You have to be."
A Breath of the Wild fic about Link, Zelda, and the memories that bind them.
Bookmarked by AnnieFelis
29 Jun 2021
15 Apr 2021
"But courage need not be remembered... for it is never forgotten."
Though struggling with both the loss of memory and the incredible weight of past failure, Link must find a way to recover what has been lost and bring hope back to the land of Hyrule.
An epic fantasy-style novelization of Breath of the Wild.
Final revisions complete as of 04/15/2021!
A thematic successor to Part 1, Calm Waters Run Deep. Picks up where Part 2 ended, "Do you really remember me?" Runs through the 'true' ending and goes a short time past. First-person POV, Zelda.
Do not HAVE to read the rest of the series but you'll lose some flavor and miss references.
Fair warning: this has become surprisingly autobiographical. I am pulling from my personal experience of trying to build a relationship with someone who has PTSD, a traumatic brain injury, and memory loss. (spoiler: we've been together 11 years and are happy as pigs in shit) My experience is not universal, and this is not meant to be a definitive look at PTSD, trauma, or the recovery process. If this sounds like it might be triggering to you, please keep scrolling.
Tagged characters have speaking parts.
**Explicit rating for chapter 11.**
- Part 3 of Trouble the Water
An expansion of canon: a look at why the memories might have happened where and when they occurred (with one slight change in order) and an attempt to fill-in the events and conversations alluded to by diary entries and conversations in-game.
"You were a comfort to her," in particular, needed to be expanded upon, I thought.
Begins shortly before the first journal entry in Zelda's diary, and continues to the immediate aftermath of the last memory.
First person: Zelda's perspective
- Part 1 of Trouble the Water