Four: Don’t underestimate my will to disrupt your entire day.
Legend: Is that a threat?
Sky: Oh no.
Warriors: I think that’s a threat.
Wild: It’s a threat.
Sky: Oh no!
Four: I’ll give you to the count of three...
Wind: Fight me.
Warriors: Fat chance, small fry.
Wind: Fight me! *throws a shoe hitting warriors*
Warriors: *gets hit* Oh-!! Why throw a shoe?!
Wind: I crave violence!
Time: *watching from a distance and sighs* oh what it is to be young.
Twilight: yes'm... *watching too with a slight chuckle and drawl*
The Chain As Bird Gifs
Legend: What am I even doing- *laying on a beach bed confused and very annoyed*
Warriors: Shh…no words now. *puts cucumbers on Legend’s eyes and sticks some in his mouth* Just beauty rest.
Legend: *muffled cucumber munching*
Guys this scene is important because our soft boi is thinking very hard.
He didn’t want to reveal one of his secrets. Being able to use magic freely, without an item, is very rare and not only that a commodity. So.. I guess in a way he didn’t want to be taken advantage of. Not that the chain would ever do something like that.
The life spell in particular takes a huge chunk of magic too, so after its cast he won’t be able to use any other spells; until its replenished. It’s also dark. It means he had many near death experiences to even know such a spell and perhaps the team could infer that. He knows they aren’t stupid.
Zelda from Skyward Sword is Skyloftian not Hylian because she is Hylia. (The reincarnate)
You know who else isn’t Hylian? Link from 1986 LoZ and Zelda II aka Hyrule.
He is a reincarnate too.
And he’s supposed to be a King. Why else….would they call him Hyrule. Ruler of Hylians.
Wind - Lays Barbeque
Twilight - Sun Chips Garden Salsa
Wild - Jalepeno Kettle Chips
Warriors - Cool Ranch Doritos
Time - Baked Lays Original
Sky - Sun Chips French Onion
Legend - Nacho Cheese Doritos
Four - Ruffles Chedder and Sour Cream
Hyrule - Hawaiin Kettle Chips Mango Habanero
First - Miss Vickies Sea Salt and Vinegar
Hyrule speaking words of Wisdom to the chain: Possibly because of the Triforce; Native American Proverbs:
Hyrule: *puts a hand on Twilight’s shoulder* Day and night cannot dwell together.
Twilight: *was looking at the dusk sky. Turns to Hyrule.* I guess your right.
Sky: *plays the harp, melody sad. Sighing heavily.* I miss her.
Hyrule: *has been listening to the music and turns to Sky with a smile* We always return to our first loves.
Legend: *huffs and puffs very annoyed as he is walking with Hyrule* I can’t stand them. They… *crosses arms and leans on a tree* They don’t know what their doing…
Hyrule: *smiles a little and steps over to Legend* Don’t let yesterday use up too much of today.
Legend: … *listens* Yeah… yeah. *doesn’t show his astonishment* I guess you have a point.
Wild: *doubting his self and his abilities. As his hand hovers over the master sword. Feels as though he’ll be shunned and rejected again, faltering and ends up not taking the blade.*
Hyrule: *sees the internal struggle and goes up to Wild as he whispers encouragingly* You already possess everything necessary to become great.
Wild: *eyes widen and nods as he takes up the master again with renewed confidence* …. *smiles at Hyrule*
Warriors: *After a battle with shadow tainted Monsters* That took everything we had and some still got away. If only we could blot out the evil here and now. *frustrated as he grips the hilt of his sword about to chase down the runaways*
Hyrule: *runs up to Warriors and stops him from chasing them down. Sees warriors needs to heal.* Man has responsibility, not power.
Warriors: *grits teeth as he looks back to his team, everyone hurt* You’re right. *goes to aid the wounded*
Time: *Sighs exasperated and worried* I have to lead them. How am I to do it…*looks over to the seven heroes, feeling the weight on his shoulders*
Hyrule: *pats Times back as he, too, looks over to the seven* No river can return to its source, yet all rivers must have a beginning.
Time: Wise words from someone so quiet. *chuckles* I’ll keep that it mind.
Four: *having a particularly hard day and struggling with asking for help. Pushing some of the team away in something he cannot do alone* I can do this. *determined and failing and nearly hurts himself by lifting up something heavy.*
Hyrule: *runs over and helps before an injury can occur. Once they get the heavy item out of the way. He sighs*
Four: *embarrassed and does not look at Hyrule ashamed.* You.. really didn’t have too.
Hyrule: *smiles a little* One finger cannot lift a pebble.
Four: *turns to Hyrule and nods* Thanks.
Wind: Wild just doesn’t understand. The King dreams of a future.. and he.. *crosses arms* I-Wild’s just- *groans and turns to Hyrule* Your close to him. What do you think of this whole thing? Does he even have a dream anymore?
Hyrule: *sits quietly letting Wind pace back and forth while ranting* All dreams spin out from the same web.
Wind: *stops and tilts head really staring at the traveler* You’re weird.. you know that, right?
Hyrule wearing a, earth toned, shall is just so cute and adorable. Especially if it has embroidery of the kingdom’s crests.
I headcanon that Hyrule’s mother tongue is similar to Native American Languages; like the Cheyenne, Cherokee, or the Sioux tribes.
Wild: Cooking with the others is like a box of chocolates…
Twilight: Oh? *curiously inquires* How so?
Wild: You don’t know which one is nuts.
*somewhere off in the distance*
Hyrule: *Exclaims very seriously* NOT TODAY, POTATO!!
Does anyone else think about Wild being an adorable Single Parent?
Just imagine him traversing the land with a little infant swaddled on his back. It’s very cute.
I have been thinking about Hylia and how she is one in the same as Zelda/Sun, or any who awaken the Bloodline. We all know that both the Hero of Spirit and The Goddesses Bloodline have to take separate ￼journeys. Zelda/Hylia even shows great guilt in putting her chosen through so much. She wishes she can take the pain away.
Think about it, the Chosen Hero usually is unknowingly thrust out into the open. Going on adventure after adventure. While facing unspeakable dangers and having high stake risks. Hylia wouldn’t know the full extent of how this sort of stress effects them….
Until Zelda I and II…
As you know, I’m obsessed with this headcanon. So here I am talking about it again, but from another angle…
Since Zelda in the 1986 game cannot use the Triforce of Wisdom; she opts to break it. It is Link/Hyrule who awakens Hylia within his self and seals away Ganon.
My point is that Hylia finally carries the burden in both Zelda I and Zelda II.
All of it.
It’s not two separate journeys like most other entries of LoZ.
Now don’t get me wrong, the awakening of the Goddess is hard too, but not to the Hero’s scale. Most Zelda’s don’t have to venture alone. They usually have Impa or some sort of History to look back on. They have someone or something to guide them. Even some of the Chosen Hero’s have a guide aka Fi, Navi, the red lions, and so forth.
But Hyrule doesn’t.
Even if you do consider the villagers in Zelda II as ￼help, they really don’t offer all that much; save for the wisemen who teach spells.
But he had to find those wiesmen.
He also found the dolls scattered across the Kingdom. Not that he understood what that meant. I mean…think about it. Why is there dolls in his likeness? With no rhyme or reason?
Hylia vicariously lives through those who’ve performed the Awakening Ceremony; where as Sun/Skyward Sword’s Zelda is reincarnate. The Goddess only has seen one side of the coin.
By Zelda II, The Triforce of Courage’s crest appears on Hyrule/Link’s left hand; it was time to fully awaken the Hero’s Spirit. She witnesses everything. The Goddess also explores the lands to find that it’s people are struggling. With Ganon’s influence wreaking havoc and striking fear across the land, Hylia finally understands. Hylia has to watch Hyrule/Link fight tooth and nail to survive and be hunted down like a dog.
Hylia is guilty.
Within the Chain Hyrule is a simple teenager. He doesn’t want the glitz and the glamour that Royalty have. This could be Hylia’s guilt bleeding into his own personal emotions and feelings. Self doubt and being highly empathetic is part of his character. He thinks he had it easy. Hylia thinks she had it easy. Demise’s Curse did more than just put them in a never ending cycle…
The Goddess is in the Heroes Favor
Warriors: Hyrule… Please explain to me why you have a ball of mud?
Hyrule: *looks down his mud ball* You said you wanted to do a mud mask. So… I got you mud. *tries to offer it*
Warriors: … *glances at everyone*
Legend: *glares and crosses arms*
Warriors: *turns back to Hyrule with a smile* Oh honey you really shouldn’t have.
Hyrule: *smiles all big and plops the mud in Warriors hands* Oh good. I found a nice mud hole over that way and it was good quality mud too.
Warriors: *eyes widen as he is now holding a mud ball* Thank you, Rulie. *trying so hard to not say anything mean*
Hyrule: Your welcome! *pats warriors shoulder leaving a mud mark and leaves*
Warrior: Oh Hylia help him. *turns to Legend and yeets the mudball at him*
While living in the Castle with Dawn and Aurora, Hyrule would be among the court. The court would cast harsh judgement and think him not a true Hero. They’d whisper behind his back and spread rumors. Terrible, hurtful rumors. And in spite they’d claim that his Heroic deeds were nothing short of a fluke. Hence, his dislike for living within the Castle walls.
He didn’t stay for them. He didn’t stay for their approval. Hyrule stayed for the Ladies of the house.
He assisted in where he could but his knowledge in government fell short. His experiences were that of the land and traversing the many unexplored areas of Hyrule. Dawn still took his words, not as a grain of salt but as high regard.
During a Court Gathering. Dawn and Aurora take up their harps and sing; all the while, keeping eye contact with the Hero of Hyrule.
Chapter five is much longer. It’s not done by a long shot but it is in the works.
Okay, let’s talk headcannon swords. Well, not just any Swords but the Magical Sword.
If you look closely at the hilt there are Seven Red Jewels. The number seven is very important in LoZ lore because it represents the Seven Sages. In Ocarina of Time these sages are powerful allies to Link and protect the sacred realm where the Triforce resides. The Sages pray and worship the gods. These Sages are Princess Zelda, Impa, Durunia, Nabooru, Ruto, Rauru, and Saria. I believe that this blade was made due to a vision that one of Sages had before the events in Ocarina of Time. The Sage that had this vision was Rauru and what he foresaw was foreboding.
He saw that the Master Sword had been lost and a terrible blood curse could bring demise to Hyrule should the Awakening Ceremony were ever to be stopped. The vision also showed him in this possible darkness that a Great King would come to save Hyrule whom is a mere traveler; however, he could not discern whether the blood curse and the Great King were separate individuals. The Sage of Light was very troubled by such a prophecy and warned the King. The King dismissed him, to busy with war, but the Queen listened. The Queen ordered the Sages to create a Sword should the Master Sword ever be lost, so that evil can still be vanquished. The Sages get to work in creating such a blade, and Impa was tasked with passing down the ancient scrolls for generations.
As the Sword was being forged, each Sage’s color is represented; save for three. The seven red jewels represent, not only the seven sages, Durunia’s fire Medallion and is the main reason why the blade can ignite in flames and shoot sword beams. There is six green gems which represents Saria’s Medallion, green is always associated with courage and inner strength which is why the rightful heir of the sword has to be skilled. There are four purple gems which repressents Impa, Sage of Shadow, and how the sword stayed hidden until it’s rightful King would be in need of it. And finally there are six orange gems which represents Nabooru’s Medallion of Spirit. The wielder of the blade must have an unshakeable spirit in order to face great evil. There is one white crystal at the center, although, it is not a Sage’s color it represents light in it’s purest form. Princess Zelda, Ruto and Rauru are the only three sages not represented; however Ruto and Princess Zelda are the same age thus could not have helped with such a blade, but their Mother’s were, most likely, sages and are still represented in the seven red jewels. Rauru, however, used his abilities to bathe this magical sword in light to repel and vanquish evil. This blade was forged and blessed by the gods within the sacred realm. The Magical Sword was intentionally not named to keep it hidden.
After the events of Ocarina of Time, Rauru is buried with the sword and waits for the rightful heir. Sages are known to live for centuries but he chooses to go in a tomb. Regardless of whether the Hero of Time succeeds or not. The Sage of Light waits in his tomb to give the sword to the boy in his vision. The Sage even creates the First Gen Ring, in hopes that others will know the travelers face so that he will have aid on his adventure. Rauru even creates the dolls, with enchanted threads, to help the future King in his vision. These dolls only appear when in need.
Did you know in the Original Legend of Zelda the Flute has the same melodic tune as the Title Theme to Ocarina of Time? The creators arranged the piece to be much longer and slower then its’ predecessor and to set the tone for OoT.
I find it interesting that only twice this tune can be found in games. Which leads me to think… maybe this is Link’s Lullaby? Well more specifically￼ the Prince of Hyrules Lullaby? Ocarina of Time’s Link was given to the Deku Tree and by whom? His mother. A mother we know little to nothing about. All we know is that she came running in the night in fear that her son would be killed during a civil war. So what if he’s royalty? A
As for the Hero of Legend, being separated￼ at birth from his sister, he wouldn’t know the Prince’s Lullaby.
Then theres our little Traveler. Once he obtains the flute this is the melodic piece he plays. Its much faster then the title them from OoT but its still the same tune. In Zelda II it is said that a King will arrive and save Hyrule… and low and behold. He knows that little bit. Just thought it was very interesting.
So I built the lore for my fanfic. I made it make the most sense and it doesn’t have to be just for my fic alone. I wonder if I should post it here. I mean it could work LoZ lore in general too.