Legend of Legends: Chapter 8Chapter 8
Don't Rat Us Out
After seeing the Prince off with some very pissed off guards, Orayo walked down the dark passages that intertwined underneath Kakariko, alone. Well, he knew he wouldn't be alone for long. He could sense Jinna coming down the passage. Her step was silent, but he could smell her fragrance. He soon realized that she didn't know that he was here. He smiled to himself, feeling a tad naughty. He had never truly grown up.
He stood still, letting his body melt into the shadows. As soon as Jinna was close enough, he grabbed her wrist, slamming her into the wall. She just had enough time to gasp before Orayo crushed his lips against hers.
He pulled away when he thought that maybe she needed to breath. "I caught you," he whispered playfully in Sheikan.
She gave him a glare that he could feel instead of see. "It appears that you have."
"Was I hearing things, or did the Great Jinna gasp?"
"You know, Orayo, you're nowhere near as cu
Legend of Legends: Chapter 7Chapter 7
"Nabooru! You ditched your responsibilities yesterday!" Yazzman scolded. She glared down at her daughter, pleased that she still had several inches over her.
Nabooru shrugged. "My friends" she shot a dirty look at them; they looked away and pretended they weren't listening "distracted me, and started talking about . . . stuff . . . that's NOT TRUE!" She screamed the last part in their general direction. Laughing, they turned and ran.
Yazzman sighed. "That's no excuse."
"Sure it is! I hate mucking out the stalls, anyway. Why'd Ganondorf make me do that? Stupid King, everyone has to do what he says." It thoroughly bothered her, and she crossed her arms over her chest in defiance.
"Well, the King will just have to assign you a new punishment, then."
"WHAT?!" Nabooru stared at her mother incredulously. "Did you not hear what Krea and the others were TALKING ABOUT?! Isn't that enough punishment?"
"Nope," Ganondorf replied over her shoulder. She almost gas
Legend of Legends: Chapter 6Chapter 6
Nabooru rested herself on the stone wall, letting the sun warm her arms. She watched the other girls go by. Nobody asked her what she was doing, just standing there. She had been doing this every day at three o'clock for two years. Any second, Ganondorf will walk out of the door that was next to her. She was slightly annoyed that he was already two minutes late. She heard the heavy footfalls before he was even close to where she was. She shoved one of her scimitars in his path through the door, stopping him in his tracks. If he was startled, he didn't show it, but looked mildly annoyed. His very large body was filling up all the space of the door.
"You're late," Nabooru said, not looking at him.
"Sorry. I had to find a book that you haven't read yet."
Nabooru reluctantly let down the weapon and headed for the gates that led to the open desert, Ganondorf not far behind. The Gerudo had left the gate open for them like they did every day. They sat down in their usual spot
Legend of Legends:Chapter5 pt2Chapter 5 Part 2
The Gerudo sat noisily around the tables in the cafeteria. The cafeteria could have easily been the biggest room in the Fortress. It had to hold all the Gerudo (not counting the guards of course) every day at mealtime, which was at the beginning of the day. What was for breakfast? Leever. Not really filling, not really nutritious, and not really tasty, but there were just enough of them out for the Gerudo to have one small meal a day. Sometimes if they were lucky, they'd get some meat if they could catch it, but not many animals survived in the desert for long.
The room was big enough to hold about 400 people, the average population of the Gerudo, until recently. In the last 13 years, that average had dropped to 300 people. At one of the long wooden tables, Nabooru sat with the others of her age group, picking at their meal and talking.
"Looks like the King is finally doing something about our problem," Krea looked smugly at Nabooru, and Nabooru didn't know why
Legend of Legends:Chapter5 pt1
Chapter 5 Part 1
Nabooru lazily opened her hazel-gold eyes. Funny, why was it so bright? She realized she must have fallen asleep outside . . . again. She was lying under the tall target at the far end of the Archery Course. Her friends were probably looking all over for her.... Cool. This was a perfect opportunity to tell them what kind of amazing adventure she had. She had to keep up her all-important ego. 'Course, the elders might frown upon that. She hated being in this generation. Everybody was her elder! Except for the eight others that were her own age. There wouldn't be a new generation for a long time . . . at least until not Ganondorf was of age, which was like in forever. That was why she had a plan. She was gonna be the best of her generation, that way when she did become older, she'd be on top! She was the best at sparing, stealing, lying, getting away with stuff.... The list was endless. Nabooru, Second in Command! But that was still only second. Further th