"Let's do this!" I said, scratching my dog's ear. Our vacation had just begun, and I had sat down with a pad of paper, a pencil, and an afternoon to waste away writing a fanfic, sorry, a true story about my favorite video game series and my favorite cartoon.
I heard my mom shriek from the other room. I rushed in to see she had fallen off the step stool and needed to be rushed to the hospital.
"So much for that," I said referring to the story I was about to write. "At least this will make a good sub-story."
I grabbed my coat as we headed out the front door.
For those of you who don't care about my mom's possible broken hip, here is the story I was able to write in the emergency room.
"Well, that was fun." Rainbow Dash commented.
"Oh, ya that was, like, the BEST WEDDING EVER!" the voice of Pinkie Pie echoed off the walls of the tunnel the train was going through.
"I'm just glad we got rid of those awful changelings," Rarity responded. "They could've ruined the entire wedding."
"They almost did, sugar." I shouldn't even need to explain who that was.
"Oh, yes, but we stopped them." Fluttershy's timid voice could barely be understood over the click-clack of the railroad tracks.
The five of them paused expecting Twilight to say something, until they remembered she and Spike had stayed behind to congratulate her new sister. The conversation shifted to their next adventure as the train rode down the tracks.
"Where is it?" the purple egghead asked. Fortunately for me, she couldn't hear the narrator as she looked through her Canterlot library.
"Twilight, why don't you go see Shining Armour and Cadence? They are the reason we're still here, aren't they?" Spike asked. It was getting late and he needed his beauty sleep. He was a baby dragon.
"Yes, but ever since we found that time traveling spell, I've been waiting to get back here and look for other spells."
"Didn't you say the more advanced spells are in Canterlot castle? In the Star Swirl the Bearded wing?"
"Well, uh..." sometimes Spike knows too much and makes too much sense. She threw a pillow playfully across the room with her magic as a smile spread across her face. "Go to bed."
He smiled wryly. "Thank you." He walked up the stairs to his bed, which is an actual bed, instead of a basket and a blanket. "Good-night!" he called from upstairs.
"Good-night." she giggled at herself as she unloaded her backpack to head off to the Canterlot library. It would be another long night of studying, but that was to be expected when she became the princess's student. She sighed. If only she didn't have to worry about all of this.
Maybe travel to a magical far-away place. Where the sun is always shining and the air smells like warm root beer. And the towels are oh-so fluffy. Where the shriners and the lepers play their ukuleles all day long, and anyone on the street will glady shave your back for a nickel *gasp*. Wacka wacka doodoo yeah.
Sorry about that.
"Well...I guess this is farewell, huh? Light and shadow can't mix, as we all know. But... Never forget that there's another world bound to this one."
"Shadow and light are two sides of the same coin...One cannot exist without the other. I know now the reason the goddesses left the Mirror of Twilight in this world...They left it because it was their design that we should meet. Yes...That is what I believe."
"Zelda...Your words are kind, and your heart is true. If all in Hyrule are like you...Then maybe you'll do all right."
She turns and walks, activating the light platform entering into the Twilight realm. "Thank you...Well, the princess spoke truly: as long as that mirror's around, we could meet again...Link..."
With that she sheds a tear, knowing she will never see him again. The tear, being of the Twilight princess, levitates. "I..." she shoves the tear towards the Mirror of Twilight. "See you later..." It is a bitter parting, knowing the world is safe, but needing to return to rule her own people.
The tear lands squarely in the center of the mirror, cracking it in a way that can never be repaired. She is quick to transport to her own world before the mirror is ineffective.
It shatters into millions of pieces. Removing all hope of them ever seeing each other again.
The two of them stood there for a moment, taking in the whole scene before the camera pans upwards and those specific two, Link and Princess Zelda, were never heard of again.
This will be more of a comedic attempt at a Legend of Zelda game. This will not be immediately after the game either. This story will take place ten years later.
"Zeeeeldaaaaa!!" the voice of Link rang out through the entire castle. Because you hated when I didn't include Link's dialogue in the prequel, I will include Link's dialogue in this one.
"Master Link, she has gone to Death Mountain to insure the peace between us and the Gorons," a guard informed the new king.
He flinched. "Are you new here? I would prefer a non-formal greeting. None of that 'master' business."
"Understood, Ma- Link." Underneath his armor, he smiled. This job was much better than they made it sound in Knight School.
"Good. If anyone needs me, I'll be in the mess hall."
"So uniform. Loosen up a little bit. There has been no attack in 10 years, I don't expect one soon."
The guard shifted in his armor, "Sorry, Link. The cap'ain wants us to be uniform."
Link smiled, "I'll just have to have a talk with him after lunch."
As he trailed off to lunch, the guard he had left behind felt at home already, after only 10 minutes, too. This job was going to be awesome.
Please note that my mom is fine and I wrote that as another fiction story.