A lone thirteen year old lay on a large rock on the
majestic Hyrule Field. The soft emerald grass, the clear, sapphire blue
sky, and the light breeze made it a perfect day. A tall, brown horse ran
across this field, Epona. Lon Lon Ranch was in the center of it, the main
place to gather milk and other things for the people of Hyrule.
The teen closed his eyes and put his strong hands
behind his head. The breeze swung his tall, blonde hair across his
face, but he didn't care. His earrings moved a bit on his pointed ears,
his hat swaying also. Ah, that green hat and shirt... Kokirish clothing...
Yet although he was Hylian, he was raised as a Kokiri. He also wore a Hylian
Shield, and a sheath for- Well, what used to hold the legendary Master
Sword. He opened his eyes, revealing the shimmering blue eyes that always
made a strange gaze...
This teenager was Link, the Hero of Time.
He had saved Hyrule once, another land called Termina
once, and was ready for a break. He had fought long and hard, and he deserved
this long sought out rest. He had no more Ocarina of Time, and decided
he would finally go back. Go back, to the place the real adventure began...
The Temple of Time.
This place held the Master Sword, the unstoppable
blade. Link had pulled it out many a time, and it was still there now.
Every time he pulled the sword, he underwent a seven year slumber. It passed
with a blink of an eye for Link, but it was an eternity for everyone else.
Link had played a song here... A song that would never be forgotten...
The song of time, learned from none other than Princess Zelda.
Link's daydreaming was cut short by Epona's rough
neigh. "Woah! Epona, you startled me!" Link said as he stood up, recovering
from the fall he took because he was so surprised. Epona neighed again.
"Sure, you can go," he said, pointing to Lon Lon Ranch.
"Guess it's time to go," Link said, taking a glance
at the shrinking dot that was Epona. He also looked at the now orange and
dark blue sky, he couldn't believe he was daydreaming this long. Before
hopping off the rock, he took a gander at the huge flock of Keese and Guays
near Lake Hylia. He always saw this, so he just jumped off the rock and
ran towards Hyrule Castle.
Right after Link was out of sight, a huge Guay appeared.
Larger than any other Guay, it was about, oh let's say about three times
a normal Guay's size. It was glowing a purple aura, than a silent flash
and every airborn creature there, except the huge Guay fell down and died.
The Guay grinned, than glanced at Lake Hylia. It dove down, than seemed
to transform... A large splash was heard, and then nothing could see it
Link snuck past the guards at the castle, easily
tricking them. In fact, he was lucky he even made it past the drawbridge
in time. Anyway, he got to the grapple wall, climbed up, then used the
Hookshot to climb up the castle walls. He was searching for her; the Princess
of Hyrule, Zelda.
He found the right window and climbed through. Zelda
was sitting at her mirror in a nightgown, brushing her hair. She gasped
at the sight of Link, but calmed down. She too was thirteen. Her golden
hair went down to the middle of her back, and she had piercing blue eyes,
just like Link's. She wore white gloves that went up to her elbows, and
the pink nightgown she was in was a bit large for her, enabling it to be
dragged across the floor when she walked.
"Link! What are you doing here?" she asked, startled
"Oh, dropping by.... Okay, just wanted to see you!"
he finished after Zelda gave him a questionable look. "But Zel, do you
happen to still have-" he was stopped by the shaking of the ground. Zelda
fell down to her side, Link collided with a falling vase, and a whole lot
of debris was being strewn across Hyrule Field. Once they regained the
ability to stand up right, they checked the outside. They were in both
shock and horror.
As far as they could see, debris and destruction
were everywhere. They could see as far as the entrance to Lake Hylia,
and they were thankful. They didn't want to see anymore. Fires were raging
at Lon Lon Ranch. Horses were racing across the field of Hyrule, more likely
than not to have been from the ranch. Kokiri Forest's trees were being
uprooted and thrown around Hyrule. Zora's Domain and Fountain were being
turned into ice from what they could see, and from the looks of the steam,
things were getting a bit hot over there too. Gerudo Valley was being hit
by tornados and earthquakes simultaneously.
They didn't look down, for they knew they would
see worse. They quickly ran out, running for shelter. But nothing would
protect them from what was about to come...