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Legend of Legends: Chapter 12The Zora Are Not Happy
Aaron narrowed his eyes as he tried to see what was going on at the gates. He poked Ian in the side, but Ian ignored him.
"Ian . . ." Aaron continued to poke him, but Ian waved his hand. "I'll be right back." Aaron made his way to the commotion until he was suddenly attacked by a pair of large arms and his face being pressed into a large chest.
"AARON, MY BOY!" The Commander and Chief of the Hylian Army held him in a crushing hug a moment longer, while Aaron flared about trying to breath. He held Aaron at arm's length and gazed at him adoringly. "You ready for your big day tomorrow?"
Aaron nodded red faced.
"Oh your parents must be so proud! I'm proud! I wish you were my son!"
Aaron nodded again "Y-yes, sir."
"What's the matter with ya?
"Nothing that I can recall, sir."
"You been drinking?"
The Commander gave him a wry smile. "You been playing with the ladies?"
"There's nothing wrong with that. A young man like you should be cele
Legend of Legends: Chapter 11Chapter 11
In Which . . . the Hylians Remain Brilliant . . .
Now, whatever happened to the unfortunate man who had met with the Zora? He was sitting in a cell for causing a disturbance. He had insisted and insisted that he brought a letter to the Hylian King, and when the guards ignored him, for he was only a common man, he started a scene and was sentenced to a week in the dungeon. Still he wailed on about wars and Zora inside the cell so that the guards took the letter from him and said they would give it to the King just to make the poor man shut up. The unlucky man was given an extra week for the additional ruckus.
Now the guards didn't actually intend to give the letter to the King. They had all come to the conclusion that this man was not mentally stable. It wasn't till several days later, when the guards were on their break, and playing cards, when they even thought about the letter again.
One of the guards that was losing, and happened to have the letter in his pockets,
Legend of Legends: Chapter 9Chapter 9
The Goddesses' Challenges
"Your Majesty?" Orayo asked as he caught up to the Prince and was now running beside him easily. "Do you have any idea what you're doing?"
Daphnes did not answer, keeping his eyes on the rat ahead of him, barely keeping up with it, but never losing it, knocking a few people who didn't have time to get out of the way.
The rat led them back to the Temple of Time, stopping at the top of the steps, sitting up on its hunches. With the ring still in its mouth, it made a pathetic squeaking sound.
Daphnes was out of breath. He stood before it, with his hands on his knees, trying to talk. He lifted an arm and pointed at the rat. "Y . . . you . . . get . . . over here." With that, the rat scrambled away, into the temple.
Daphnes and Orayo followed it into the temple. Once inside, the rat was nowhere to be seen. "No . . . No! NO!" Daphnes started to run around the room in a panic. "It was just here! It went in here! We saw it!"
Orayo was going to add that only
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