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Warning to you Link fans he gets a littleangry in this one open Im counting on you The Zoras body faded with his pain leaving only the strange fishbone guitar There Those vile words again Nevertheless a small pudgy hand reached out and chipped solemnly away Link started to awaken sitting up in surprise Upset he pushed sweaty blond bangs from his eyes and rubbed his palms together trying to erase the feel of clammy bone Those words Damn those words A hero to boot those words were often his death sentence his exile from the norm His aura had finally figured that out No one every thought about the hero except what was on the outside -- Link the Hero savior of Hyrule too many times and a dozen other worlds rebirthed to fulfill a circular destiny and always always found by that dratted Zelda Knowing that he would get no further sleep he dressed and pulled on his boots automatically flattening his hat atop his head His current fairy partner whizzed out tinkling angrily at him You almost squashed me Be more careful She buzzed colored an angry red Link wanted to squish her If anything this one was more obnoxious than that cursed Minnish Cap and even snider than Tatl He heaved a gust left a puddle of rupees on the desk for the Innkeeper and stole silently out the door Lady Zelda reincarnated as something less than a princess and for the first time EVER seemed to be asking for his help This time something was wrong with the western hills and she needed him to be sure that the people there were all right Undoubtedly this would lead to a disrupted temple healing an unhappy spirit heroism and ultimately his own spiritual demise Never never did the hero hang around and be available for the exaggerated tales and ballads More often
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