|Link's New Quest
Author: DiscoLemonaid PM
Link has a new quest, to defeat the evil that prevails in Crystallinith. the evil isn't jsut some mystical creature, it's love and death. Link meets Stria, one of the most beutiful women he has ever seen, but when he goes back to Hyrule, bringing her alonRated: Fiction M - English - Romance/Adventure - Link - Chapters: 7 - Words: 11,820 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 2 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 04-14-06 - Published: 02-19-06 - id: 2809255
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Link is trudging along the ruins of the castle. Picking up a sent of death and pure evil. The sent made Link's blue sparkling eyes burn and water. I kicked a bit of rubble with his foot and looked up at the black sky. The fog was coming closer and he knew what that means. Pure evil and trouble, along with the memories of his last encounter with the evil Lord DraKon. The redness of his eyes burned into Link's brain, leaving a total imprint. He knew that if that darkness came close to him, he would practically die, and he wouldn't want to use the last fairy he had.
The sight of this shaken foundation made him think of Hyrule after the evil left. The beautiful green fields, the strange plants and curious people. Princess Zelda sitting in her court yard, smelling a rose and swishing through the yards in her white gown. Malon singing and feeding her horses, the beautiful smile on her face, and the fire of life within her. He missed his little friends, the people who lived in the Lost forest when he was just a child. The only friend he had, Saria. She was beautiful, sparkling green eyes, beautiful and stern, so wise.
Link's fairy was twirling over head, yelling at him to get a move on before they were both dead. "LINK! Hurry up! Wake up Link! Oh my gosh! Listen to me!" She screamed at him, he finally realized where he was and looked up. He sighed and got up, retrieving the sword from his side and climbed upon Epona. He looked back at the ruined city of Crystallinith. I need to get back there after the dark fog is gone, it'll be tomorrow at sun rise. He thought to himself.
Link rode off down an old forest path. Thinking of Hyrule again, but this wasn't the time to think about happier days. It's a bad time to think about anything good. It is all supposed to be serious and bad, not facile or fun and amusing. Just evil, everywhere, you need to stay on your toes, you need to remember why you're here.
Link was summoned by a king in another kingdom to help fight. All around the world people have heard of Link. The famous hero who saved the lands of Hyrule. The only man who is brave enough to stop all kinds of evil. Just 25 and he had defeated one of the most evil men on the face of the planet. Ganondorf, the ugly nasty green guy. Link was so happy to get rid of him, Zelda looked so beautiful that night. "LINK WATCH IT!" his fairy screamed out to him, he was heading straight into a tree with Epona. It was os dark, you could barely see your hand in front of your face.
Link finally stopped at a different town, near the castle, but far enough away that the fog wouldn't go near it until its strength heightened. That ruckus of a fight Link gave the fog earlier killed almost half the evil. It's not a normal fog. You swish a sword through it and it doesn't affect it, the fog is a living creature and it had a body, it's just very hard to find because there is a lot of the tiny creatures which made up the deadly fog. It's like a plague. You get in it and you aren't equipped well enough, it will destroy you, eat your flesh slowly, get in your body any way possible, and gruesomely eats you alive.
Link ended up at the Inn in about 30 minutes. He got off his horse and put her in a stable, playing Epona's song before he left. He went into the lobby and a girl stopped him before he made it upstairs. "LINK! I'm so happy I got a hold of you, I'm making your bed up and pouring you a bath." Her eyes sparkled of emerald green and her face was as white and mysterious as the moon. She was a glorious gift to men who laid eyes upon her face. She was mystical beyond belief and Link knew that. He found her to be one of the most beautiful women on the planet. Her straight, long, black hair swished around her while she walked. He admired her and couldn't wait for her to come back to him room so they could talk. That was the highlight of his stay at Crystallinith. Talking to Stria, seeing her on his way back from fighting evil, and the beautiful smile that made him glow.
Stria is the maid of the Inn, only a year or two younger than Link, her mother and father passed away, and her Aunt who owns the Inn takes care of her. She is a sweet plump old lady named Astrid. Stria always had a fantasy of a mysterious man coming to the Inn and sweeping her off her feet. Then there was link, the man of her dreams, a man from out of country, coming to a tiny Inn and looking at her like she was the most amazing piece of art that no one had ever laid eyes on before.
To Link, that's who she was, a piece of artwork that the gods made themselves to make for every man who had ever had a dream girl. This was Link's dream girl that he wanted to have for himself. Zelda and Malon were the two prettiest bachelorettes in his kingdom, and they both liked him. He would of rather had Malon for his lovely partner, but since he's been here and Stria seems to have interest, his whole view turned upside down.
Link walked into his room, a bed, a table, chairs, and a dresser. His favorite part of this room was the sky window. It was right over his bed, and he could just lie there and look up at the sky. It actually helped him sleep better than he could ever imagine.
"Oh, Link, I hope I didn't startle you." Stria said apologetically. She was wearing the cutest dress, a little one that came about her feet, dark blue, with slight black fringe. It hugged her like a glove, and Link could see her every curve. He looked at her in awe, but immediately snapped out of it.
"Don't worry about it Stria. You didn't, I was just about to change ut of these nasty clothes. That fog...It wont stop. I don't know what is going to happen. Daylight seems to frighten it, so if I could come up with some sort of plan, maybe I can defeat it." Stria sat next to Link and put her hand on his hand.
"I know you'll pull through Link. The fog wont come near our village for a while, you'll have enough time to devise a strategy. We trust you." She smiled and kissed his cheek. He froze up a little after she did that to him, and he put his hand on one of her cheeks and pulled her face towards him. He kissed her sweetly and then stopped immediately after that.
"I'm so sorry Stria, I didn't know what came over me. I just, I don't know. I see you and I just want to kiss you and hug you, I fear for your life. I want you to be with me and to come back to Hyrule with me, and to be mine. " He was shaking with nervous anticipation. Stria didn't really know what to say, she was scared at where this was going. She had only known Link for a month or so. She didn't know what he was like exactly, and she was scared to find out. A warrior like that changes in time, and she wasn't sure if it would be for the good or the bad.
"I don't know what to say. I'm happy, yes, I am happy about this, but I'm scared Link." She stood up and moved towards the door.
Link followed her. "Why are you scared? About what might happen to me, about the man I may become?"
"Yes Link, I'm terrified." Her eyes reflected it all. Link could tell how nervous she was and held her tight. He kissed her over and over again, lightly on her lips. She kissed him back, and finally they started kissing longer, more passionately. Link closed the door and the both moved towards his bed.
She tripped and fell on her back across the bed. Link followed her on it, getting a little comfortable on her. She took off his tunic, leaving on his pants. She noticed all the scars on his chest and touched each one lightly. She gave him a look, her eyes were like fire, he loved her with a passion so deep that only the gods would know.
There was a knock at Link's door, and Link jumped straight back off of Stria and asked who's there. It was Astrid wondering if Stria was in the room. Stria stood up and glided across the floor, the people there had that advantage. To levitate every now and then. Hyrulian people had the advantage to play music to create magic, the people of Crystallinith used their bodies.
"I'll talk you later on tonight maybe. Goodnight link." She touched his face gently and glided out of the room. Link sighed deeply and slipped under the sheets of his bed. Staring up at the windowed ceiling. He smiled gently to himself and fell asleep.