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A LEGEND OF ZELDA ROLEPLAY
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The end of that war had finally come, a time of peace was beginning to build and a time of recovery was starting to occur. Though Holodrum stayed out of that war for a majority of it, they still took part in that war and now they could enjoy that victory. There was much work to do for each of the kingdoms that took part in that battle, but there were times they needed to just let go and this was one of those times.
Things weren’t going to end up like last time and hopefully, it would end up with another fight. It was a bit of a frustrating time, frustrating for both him and Aryllia, but a lot had happened since that time and now this time she was the one that wanted this date. Asthar chose to go about with the same attire he wore the previous time. Blond hair had turned to black and the red eyes he was rather proud with were camouflaged with the color of blue. Sheikan magic worked wonders for disguises and with it, he merely looked like any other Hylian while still holding his rather familiar look. A simple attire of a white tunic and a pair of black pants and boot and he was ready.
The skies were bright and the weather was warm. The people were going about on their day, the streets all cheerful and busy and yet Asthar wondered if that was going to be a problem. Aryllia didn’t really like being around people due to her paranoia, but the thing about that was that perhaps changed. Aryllia changed so much and so fast that it had become new territory for him. He always did pride himself in knowing how he was going to deal with a lady, but this was going to be all new. Regardless this was the same Aryllia he knew, the same Aryllia he cared for.
Surprisingly the male had arrived early for once, standing in front of the sweets shop he chose as a meeting ground for the two. As the male stood there he was rather deep in thought as he closed his eyes and held chin with an audible hmm as he rested the other hand on his waist. He said he was going to make this the best date there was, but how exactly was he going to do so? The thoughts merely lingered in his mind.
Post by Aryllia Queensguard on Jun 27, 2020 0:47:09 GMT -5
I'M A NOBODY
A SHADOW ON A VEIL
A STRANGER IN THE WIND
[music]https://audio.jukehost.co.uk/muaC3MkDwxKVtoE6dRcIgHvTPLN0TMOh[/music] Perhaps she stood in the mirror for a bit too long. So much had changed, especially within herself, and she found it hard to understand. The things she used to love, she loved once more. But the things that brought her joy post trauma didn't seem to interest her anymore. And it was so long ago... what did she even like?
She must have tried on at least five dresses. She was so anxious of her appearance, constantly running her hands through her hair and wondering why in the hell she thought it was a good idea to cut it. Finally, she made a decision - a pine green dress with white lace at the color and cuffs. She cinched it with red ribbon around her waist, slipped on a pair of flats, and left her room quickly.
Her memories felt cloudy. As she walked the cobblestone streets toward the pastry shop, she pondered on their encounters since the fall of Hyrule. Embarrassing, mostly--she couldn't understand how she let her head become so clouded in judgment. The sadness and dread. And yet, the only solid foundation she had to that melancholy was Asthar. He was the only thing that gave her true peace, and even then, she royally messed up in showing her appreciation.
She approached the storefront slowly, Asthar's disguise coming to view. Even with black hair and blue eyes, he was still so kingly. Her cheeks flustered a bit, and her expression could barely hide it--but she tried. She took a deep breath, before stepping in front of him. "I'm uh.... I'm ready I think," she looked down sheepishly. Maybe she should have worn the other dress...
Asthar was a flirt, a womanizer to say the least. He had wooed the hearts of numerous women, but never had he formed any form of bond with any of those women that he flirted. Sure he took them around town or so, but he never did take it further than that. He just knew what to say, almost as if he made it a natural part of him to flirt with a pretty girl walking by. It was never to demean or insult, but just for a time of fun between the two. Perhaps that experience was what helped him get Perky laid.
All that experience and yet it did not help him exactly. He didn’t want to see Aryllia as just some pretty girl. He saw her as more than just that, which was why he was so deep in thought. He just wanted to make her happy, make her content. It was something he tried so much to do even at her lowest point. As he was so deep in thought, his mind didn’t truly register who that voice that spoke to him belonged to.
A single eye opened up as he looked to see who approached him and then the other opened as both eyes widened a tad. That sheepish soft-sounding voice caught him off guard and it surprised him to see that it was Aryllia herself. Perhaps he was a bit used to the curt and disdained sounding voice responding to his weird antics, but it was certainly different. The once battle-hardened maiden had become a much more beautiful maiden that almost shocked Asthar a bit. She seemed particularly fond of green, but green was something that always worked for her.
A tint of red began to form on his face as he stood there stunned for just a moment, but almost like a switch, it seemed a defensive measure took place mentally as he suddenly lowered his head and fell to one knee. A hand reached behind his back as he pulled out what seemed to be a beautiful red rose that was instantly held up before the girl. “Though it pales in comparison, I offer this rose, to the most beautiful rose of my eye” Asthar said raising his head and look up at her, giving her a smile before letting out a chuckle as he rose to his feet.
A step was taken forward as he held the rose in between them and looked down at the girl, smiling softly as he looked down at her through the black bangs of his long hair. “You look incredible” Asthar said before looking to the side as he rubbed the back of his neck a bit meekly. “Just...uh...let me know if you’re ever feeling uncomfortable...” Asthar said before turning to look out at the streets of Horon. "I heard some doofus of a king decided to give his people some funds for today to celebrate the reprieve of conflict that's been going on...things are going to be a bit more...cheerful around here..." Asthar said.
Post by Aryllia Queensguard on Jun 28, 2020 21:30:35 GMT -5
I'M A NOBODY
A SHADOW ON A VEIL
A STRANGER IN THE WIND
[music]https://audio.jukehost.co.uk/wUwyLdrAOgCYgQTq0FsJceuzqL8zV9vn[/music] Before the young maiden could say anything else, Asthar immediately kneeled before her, holding a rose out to her. She blinked for a moment, looking from him, to the rose, and back to him and was unsure how to respond. She paused for a moment, blinking as her brain seemed to stop working for a few seconds. Mindless chatter from around the town echoed about her, almost distracting her from her own thoughts. When she snapped out of it, her face became more red and her hand gently took the rose from his.
He had stepped closer to her, before turning to the streets and telling him to let her know how she was feeling throughout the day. To be quite honest... she didn't know what she was feeling, other than butterflies and jumbled thoughts. Today was a festive day though! There was plenty of do, plenty to eat, and it was going until late into the evening.
There were many who ran the streets in festive costumes, others whom were on dates themselves, while many street performers gathered and prepared for the shows at dusk. Music in the distant from either sides, and colorful decorations which were placed all about the city. She took a deep breath, looking around for what they might do first. She sure hoped he had some ideas in mind because... she really didn't know this city very well, nor did she know what all there was to do.
She looked back at him, smiling lightly and nodding. "I um... my memory is a bit cloudy still. I would appreciate it if you would lead the way. I'm not quite sure what all there is to do... unless you wanted to get something to eat first?"
Flirting was all he knew how to do, so he wanted to know that if Aryllia would be drawn in by his words and to his joy she took the rose from his grasp as she began to blush the shade of red he had been looking for. She liked it! It was a success so far! It was odd not hearing a rebuke from his advance, but she still held that confusion she always had which was reasonable.
Giggling children running about, people talking cheerfully while some rather burly men would walk by with supplies to set up the festivities. In comparison to the kingdoms of Hyrule and Labyrnna, Holodrum was not as fancy so to speak. Only certain areas had that feeling of aristocratic feel, but that was changing. Ever since Asthar took the throne the gap was beginning to change. Looking at the people he just smiled. Poor or rich, this celebration was for all and he wished to keep it like that.
Almost like a child before a stall of numerous sweets, Asthar just didn’t know where to start. Glancing down at her, Asthar just smiled softly as she began to speak. “There is a lot to do! Performances! Tournaments! Food and drinks! Music! Dancing!” Asthar said as he chuckled and shook his head. “but I’m guessing food is a good spot to start” Asthar said giving her a smile as he perked up a bit and glanced over at the pastry shop he was right in front of. “Give me one second” Asthar said raising a finger before rushing off into the shop.
It was a bit of a wait, but before long Asthar returned back bright and cheerful, in his hands were two crepes that wrapped around some rather glistening strawberries. “Sorry about the wait! Enjoy!” Asthar said as he handed her one. “Later on, when the sky turns dark, the stars are going to coat the sky along with the bright moon. Right below those lights the people of Holodrum will dance to the music they play...” Asthar said as he looked over to her. “...what I’m trying to get at is...well...do you want to dance with me later?” Asthar said.
Post by Aryllia Queensguard on Jul 10, 2020 3:05:27 GMT -5
I'M A NOBODY
A SHADOW ON A VEIL
A STRANGER IN THE WIND
[music]https://audio.jukehost.co.uk/wUwyLdrAOgCYgQTq0FsJceuzqL8zV9vn[/music] As a glistening treat was displayed before her, she could feel her mouth water at the sight of it. She gently cupped it in her hands, taking a bite from it and melting into the taste. She hadn't had sweets in ages. The strawberries were so flavorful, and she wasn't sure if she had ever had something so sweet before in her life.
Quite honestly, she was so fixated on eating this crepe, she lost a bit of direction and forgot about what was going on around her for a moment. Then Asthar spoke of what festivities would continue after dark, to which she looked up, wondering what he was talking about.
And then he asked her to dance, and her eyes widened, mouth overflowing with strawberries and cream. She froze for a moment, looking up at him as she blinked, swallowing the food in her mouth hard. "Dance...?"
Memories flooded from her life in Hyrule. Working the tavern and dancing in the annual festivals. It was something she was clearly passionate about before the war, and it disappointed her that she never kept at it.
"We can try, but I can't say I'm... particularly good at it anymore," she laughed bashfully.
Asthar got Aryllia something he felt would taste and look delicious. Of course he didn’t really know if she liked strawberries or even sweets so this was all a gamble and a gamble that paid off rather well. Just seeing her looking so sparkly eyes at the delicious dessert was something that made his heart melt with joy. It seemed the girl really liked sweets so that was something he had to add to his mental notes. There was still loads he needed to learn about her and he wanted to learn everything about this new Aryllia.
The two began to eat their dessert, the girl more so quite focused on hers. When Asthar began to speak his rather roundabout request of dancing with him and then looked over to her, his heart nearly skipped a beat. His eyes widened a bit and mouth opened a bit as he saw the girl with puffy cheeks filled with the crepe he bought her. It had caught him off guard and it was immensely weird to see that cold Aryllia now all bright and cheerful, but there was one thing that he could definitely say about the scene and that was that this girl was absolutely adorable and he would protect this adorableness with his life.
Asthar couldn’t help but laugh a rather cheerful laugh as he pulled out a napkin and gently wiped any remnants of food off her mouth and smiled. “You don’t have to be good, you just have to have fun!” Asthar said giving her a grin and then winked “besides, you owe me a dance” Asthar said cheerfully. Of course, the last time he asked her for a dance was during her brother’s ceremony in which she was rather grumpy, but he never held it against her and this time was different.
With a smile, Asthar took her hand and gently pulled her along. “C’mon lets go for a walk through town...” Asthar said as the two began to walk onwards. As the two would begin to walk together, something began to bother Asthar, something nagging his mind a bit as he walked on. “Say Aryll...what are your plans for the future?” Asthar said “have you ever thought about what you’d be doing? Where you’d be going?” Asthar said.