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Ancestral Legacy
By Hakkyou Kaosu

 


NOTE: Just a random idea I had when playing the game. Which I finally finished. :D

[225 words...a double-drabble and a quarter?]

SUMMARY: A family line, ancient and powerful, holds the truest courage within its blood. Ancestor and descendent, both sharing a common path, a common burden, a common destiny. [Double-Drabble]

DISCLAIMER: I do not own any installment of Zelda or its characters.

Ancestral Legacy

The young man faded into a wash of pale light, fierce determination coloring his heart.

The spirit, having taught the new hero the final of seven skills, had completed his part in this journey. There was no more he could do.

He was both anxious and relieved; worried for the young man—barely more than a boy!—and yet a burden had been lifted from his shoulders. With the instruction of that last task, his soul could now rest more peacefully. But so much awaited that child…

With a sigh, the skeletal fa?ade that disguised his true form melted away. A man in his prime stood in the corpse's place. His hair was a vibrant spun-gold, his eyes a startlingly clear blue, his clothing and armor green.

“What's with the long face?” a small, bright fairy fluttered out of hiding to float teasingly around his head. “He's older than you were when you were first called to battle.”

“I know,” he answered solemnly. “And I thank the goddesses for that much at least.”

“Don't worry, Link,” the feminine voice chimed musically. “He'll be fine. He's a part of you, isn't he?”

A ghost of a smile touched the old hero's lips as he turned, intent on returning with his companion to the peaceful rest of the other world.

“Yes, Navi,” he murmured. “That he is.”

 

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