Legend of Zelda: TBTEIA Chapter 3
I never knew Hyrule was this big. I’ve spent most of my life in the small forest. I’m usually riding Epona if I do leave the forest, so time goes by more quickly. . . And I don’t usually get this tired either. I’ve been walking for hours, and I just got to the entrance of Lake Hylia. It’ll take me another hour probably to get to Faron Woods. If I could, I would call Epona, but I can’t find any horse grass around here. There’s tons growing in Faron Woods. I stopped when I saw a small Hut on the side of the Bridge of Lake Hylia. . . and right beside the house, some horse grass. “Thank the Goddess” I spoke to myself. My feet were killing me, also my back was aching from not being treated so well by the guards this morning. I went over to the grass and and plucked a leaf off the small bush. I put it against my mouth and whistled. The majestical
Legend of Zelda: TBTEIA Chapter 2
I woke up about an hour later to see it was storming outside. I liked Autumn, but not so much the cold and wet weather. The rain comforted me though, it was always nice to sleep during the rain. The soft pitter patter on the windows and walls, light thunder roaring in the sky. It was nice when it did not get too cold, then It’d be hard to relax because you’d be focused on keeping warm. You see the castle has thick stone walls so that the heat cannot escape from the inside, but it’s stone, stone tends to be cold. I sat up on the small couch and looked to see that by book was placed on the table next to me, father must have seen I was asleep. I walked into the main hallway to see the guards rehearsing a march they would do when our guest arrived. My maid Anna ran up to me like she was in a hurry.
“My princess, you must get ready, our guest is scheduled to arrive in an hour. I have already