The Reawakening Pt. 2BY THE TIME Ganondorf turned eighteen, he had long since grown into his body. He went from a scrawny, awkward boy to a well-built, charmingly handsome young man. What's more is that he knew it, and took advantage of his charismatic personality. He was aware of his status as a male of royal blood and he took much delight in it as he stalked the streets of the city that would soon be his. He wasn't formal about it in any way however, and would often request that no one bow in his presence. Even when his mothers were walking with him, he would tell the onlookers to get up off their knees. "You're not dogs," was a well-known saying of his amongst the citizens.The Reawakening Pt. 2in Ocarina of Time, Personal Art, Writing
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Still, people were afraid. Something about the prince was unsettling, even when he was helping a poor old man to his feet. Ganondorf could sense it too, and felt a strange conflict toward his people. He wanted them to feel comfortable in his presence, but realized that making them feel like equals was not comforting for them at all.
The Birth of a King Pt. 5EVEN THOUGH THE forest fairies had only arrived briefly before Saria's visit to the Great Deku Tree, time altered that perception. To the Kokiri, in their halted state of a forest, the fairies had been with them for what felt like years at this point. New Kokiri were accompanied by new fairies, and it became a Kokiri right to a fairy companion.The Birth of a King Pt. 5in Ocarina of Time, Personal Art, Writing
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Saria, however, only made her journey with Tera to the Great Deku Tree moments after the fairies had settled in, from an outsider's perspective. Still, to the concerned soothsayer, her worries felt as if they'd been going on for years. She looked up at the massive tree before her, roots curling into the ground and green leaves growing from every possible twig that extended toward the sky. Saria almost heard hushed little voices among the branches, remembering that this sacred tree was the home of many fairies.
"Darkness is coming to Hyrule," came a gentle yet authoritative voice, that of a much older female. As if on cue, a beautiful woman seeme