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Fighting Chances - Chapter 13: Dust (Part 2)Fighting Chances - Chapter 13: Dust (Part 2) by OcarinaGreen
Dad leaves the next day, entrusting Ghir with my care. He was hesitant to do this, but had no other choice. I can’t go to Mom’s. She’d see my injuries and want to know the story.
Ghir’s by my side in the bed when I wake up. My head aches with a burning, but yet I’m freezing. I try to open my mouth to speak, but my throat is too sore. He glances down and places his hand on my forehead.
“You have a bad fever,” he mumbles. He disappears, then reappears with a bottle of medicine and a glass of water. I sit up a little, but a shock of pain goes up my spine. He reaches his arm around me and helps me sit upright, then hands me a few of the pills and the water.
“What are these?” I ask as I squint, trying to read the bottle through my weak vision.
“They’re basically the pill form of red potion. The elders used the same ingredients in here to cure ever
Fighting Chances - Chapter 14: Return (Part 1)Fighting Chances - Chapter 14: Return (Part 1) by OcarinaGreen
I can tell something had changed in Ghir after that night. He became serious, he never smiles or jokes, and he won’t ever come close to me. He disappears often- most of the time he goes without any warning. Sometimes he returns within a few minutes, sometimes it’s hours. Sometimes when he leaves, I hear a cry coming from the woods or a crash of something being destroyed. It scares me when he’s not with me. I pray each night that Dad will hurry because we’re running out of time.
I keep Mom thinking I’m at the river for three more days, which is just enough time for me to heal well and be able to blame the marks on falling out of the float into rapids. Of course, she’s concerned, and gives me that you-should-have-been-more-careful speech. Still, it’s much better than telling her the truth.
A day or so after I’m well enough to walk without much pain, I go back to Mom’s
Fighting Chances - Chapter 14: Return (Part 3)Fighting Chances - Chapter 14: Return (Part 3) by OcarinaGreen
It all happened so quickly, even my mind doesn’t have the capability to process it.
A dark portal begins forming below Ganon’s feet. A bright light shines from above. I suddenly realize what’s happening to him- they’re casting him off into hell.
“Curse you- all of you!” Ganon roars as he begins to sink into the fiery pit.
“No one is to blame for this,” I explain. “It was merely the laws of the world, the balance, working its way. It was fate that you would finally be sealed and good would win!” I shout at him.
“That is where you are wrong. I have had my vengeance, and now I pay for it gladly!” His words confuse me to silence, but bring a terrible feeling to my chest. “You said, yourself, Ghirahim… it’s the balance. The cycle of the triforce may end now, but the cycle of good and evil will never!”
Into Darkness Chapter 5Ghirahim sat on a high tower, watching yet another town burning to ashes. He didn't want to do a lot more than just watch this time. He was tired. He hadn't eaten in weeks, ever since he had given in to the Mask, but he didn't need food. He didn't need anything, not even sleep or water. The Mask looked after him, made him truly invincible, just as It had told him. It had made his injuries magically disappear. He loved this Mask, Majora, he worshipped It.Into Darkness Chapter 5 by Link-of-the-twilight
"Go into town, bring more destruction..."
He sighed. He wasn't up to doing much today. But if the Mask told him to...
"You're still wanting to obey me, aren't you?"
"Of course," Ghirahim said, half hypnotized by the voice of the Mask, "I will follow you anywhere... Take my soul and lead me then... I will follow you till the end... Lead me into darkness..."
"Into darkness we will go... Into darkness of destruction... Into darkness of death..."
They say the Mask from beyond the moon is one that steal
Into Darkness Chapter 4Night had passed when Ghirahim arrived close to the human city. He could see it from afar, but going there now, during day, would not be the right thing to do. He watched as the gates were opened.Into Darkness Chapter 4 by Link-of-the-twilight
"Go..." the voice in his head spoke, "Go and bring destruction..."
"But..." Ghirahim hesitated, "It is day. They will notice me. I am demon. The moment I enter there, I will be surrounded by soldiers..."
"Trust, Ghirahim. Trust is what you need. Trust in my power... You are invincible."
He tilted his head upwards, thinking about it. "Can you ensure me that I won't fail?"
"I can. You will never fail as long as I am by your side, as long as my power houses in you... Go. Enter the city..."
Ghirahim nodded, walking from his hiding place in the edge of the woods. He approached the city, weapon not even drawn.
He arrived at the gates, where two soldiers halted him. "Who are you?" one asked, "Reveal your face."
"My face..." the voice that usuall
Into Darkness Chapter 3Four years had passed since Fi and Ghirahim had met each other. Fi now was 16, Ghirahim 14. The two lived together in a small hut, build on the open place in the woods. It was a very basic house, as they had to cook outside above a campfire and the house existed practically only of their two beds and a little table.Into Darkness Chapter 3 by Link-of-the-twilight
Ghirahim mostly was responsible for the food. He went out hunting and sometimes he even snuck into town to steal bread.
Fi on the other hand did most of the thinking, which Ghirahim carried out. She thought of plans to enter the city, of how to expand their little house and anything else where they needed brain. Sometimes she went back to town to take blankets and clothes from her grandmother’s house. She didn't want to show herself in public, so she didn't buy any new things, not that she'd be able to if she wanted, she didn't have any money, but instead, she sent Ghirahim out to steal at night.
They formed a perfect team, as what Fi lacked, Ghirahim possessed and th
Into Darkness Chapter 2Fi was a twelve year old human child. She lived in the centre of a city, much to her own dislike. She had always dreamt to live somewhere in the woods, as she loved nature.Into Darkness Chapter 2 by Link-of-the-twilight
She lived together with her grandmother. Her mother had died when she gave birth to her and her father died in battle when she was only six. As a result, Fi had learned to deal with pain and sorrow.
Due to her extreme intelligence, Fi had skipped five grades in school and now was doing her last year in which she would finish her studies.
She was always friendly and wanted to help those who had difficulties, though she had no real friends. Her best friend had moved away to another town only two years ago, and people of her class didn't care about her, as they didn't want to talk to a twelve year old child. They sure had better things to do than to be occupied with a little kid.
But Fi didn't care about it that much and she still felt happy, even though she only had her grandmother to talk to.
She often ran away from
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