Sidon prepares the Zora Sapphire for Link.
04 May 2017
Revali is an editor at a fashion magazine, and Link is an intern with an utterly disastrous sense of style. It's a match made in heaven.
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
Bookmarked by deathwolfkitten
17 Jan 2019
Oh my god this was fucking amazing! I love the Zelda POV so much!!! I also love Link's question of what happens to the hero at the end of the story cause it's so true
That one time he trips down a waterfall and the aftermath (Not as bad as you'd think) by ASporkFullOfBeans
07 May 2017
He takes the long way up to Shatterback point. The Lynel's returned with the blood moon, only this time it's a blue mane and got twice the temper.
Naturally, Link volunteers to kill the beast once again - he needs a Lynel horn for the Great Fairy anyway. It's no trouble, he's even starting to think he's getting the hang of countering the horse-beast's pattern of attack.
What he doesn't account for is stopping on the way up to get a beautiful picture of Zora's Domain from above. It's sweeping architecture and glittering luminous stone sheds light further down the cradle where the Kingdom rests. Link can't help but capture it with the Sheikah Slate.
12 May 2017
A hero is someone courageous and empathetic. A hero is someone who will bear their duty to those in need with a smile. A hero is someone who will do what must be done, even if it's painful. A hero is someone who knows the true meaning of sacrifice. By this definition, Link was a hero to a fault.