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A LEGEND OF ZELDA ROLEPLAY
Welcome to ZRP! We are an non-canon RP site with an original tale taking place within the
lore of the Zelda Franchise. While the events of this site are entirely non-canon, we take advantage of the canons of other
games to explain its story fully. As such, we are located within the CANON TIMELINE. Do you like what you see? If so, feel free
to register and join our story! If you have any questions, you can join our discord, located in our important links!
3/14/20 The staff are working dilligintly on the next plot and introduction to ARC 3 of the site. Over the next couple weeks,
we will be transitioning the plot, organizing boards, and a new location will be added to the site! Please note that Termina will be removed from playable locations
during this process. Thank you for your patience!
[music]http://k003.kiwi6.com/hotlink/qg2x06me5x/Ori_and_the_Blind_Forest_OST_-_24_-_Completing_the_Circle_feat._Rachel_Mellis_.mp3[/music] The note was specific. Sita was here. He approached the castle carefully, looking to see if any guards were in view. He ducked down against the roof of a house, his chin tucked into his shirt carefully as he tried to think of the next move. He looked back down at the note he had received
What kind of game was this? The letter specifically called for him to arrive at this location. Was someone waiting for him? He jumped down from the rooftop, landing on the darkened cobblestone street before gazing upon those who wandered Castle Town.
Did Eleazar plan to meet with him? Would others? The note specifically asked for him to work with the 'others'... who were they? He was impatient, and letting his rage better himself would prove detrimental to Sita. He had to be as careful with his decisions as possible.
Stepping toward the Castle Gates, he took a deep breath. He had to save her.
The piece of parchment crumpled in her gloved fist as Vaida with equal measures of confidence and rage stalked through Castle Town and made her way to the gates of Hyrule Castle themselves. Esme was missing, taken, and it was her fault. she had given the girl an inch of space; the claustrophobia of the camp getting to both of them. Vaida hadn't been far, but she was far enough that by the time Vaida had made it to Esme's last location, she was gone.
It had to be Eleazar, he'd got another shot at hurting the royal family and took it. Less than a week after the miracle that was Kura Hyrule waking up, and what had seemed to begin a better period of time for the Heroes, and now this.
Vaida knew how to avoid notice, despite the striking appearance of her dressed in all black, Vaida managed to avoid notice, sticking to the shadows, her natural element. She's almost to the gates when she spots him, not quite like one normally sees someone, but she makes out his figure behind the sheen of the ribbon around her eyes and approaches him calmly, sensing the tense nature. Had he a similar note? Someone close to him taken by that tyrant? He seemed so young, and yet not. Vaida took two more steps, coming to a silent stop near him, and in a quiet voice spoke.
After time away from the camp, Garrett found it to be unsettling that he received a letter all the way in Holodrum. With his master being killed by Eleazar, to receive a letter with his royal logo stamped across it was the biggest insult.
How did he find where he was? Who did he have that was dear to him? The note lay crumpled in his bag he journeyed the Isle with before arriving to the darkened city. It was strangely quiet tonight, as though they were expected to arrive for an event that was yet to start.
What was happening? Just as he had arrived, a Rito had fallen into his path, as well as another Sheikah.
"Vaida," Garrett said abruptly. "What's happening? Who does he have?"
His fears started to settle as he thought about it. Had the other siblings been captured? Was Eleazar finally executing each of the royal family?
Hono had many questions brewing into her mind. She had not a clue who was kidnapped, or why she of all people were picked, but she didn't let it trip her up. The Kokiri wanted to find out what was going on. She followed the directions on the letter closely, only getting sidetracked twice. Thankfully the girl was already relatively close to the castle. She saw the castle and got as close she was stopped by the large gate which blocked any further progress. The Kokiri sighed heavily. "What the hell did I get my self into...?" She pulled out the paper yet again. It spoke of a team, hopefully, her team was capable.
Thankfully Hono's small size and knowledge of the forest made it simple to sneak up to the caste using some trees as cover. She spotted a small crew of people. She slowly approached them, her battle ax strapped to her back (though greatly scaled down to fit her much smaller stature).
"Is this the right place...?" Were the first words to escape from her mouth, her voice sounded much like a child. Her eyes took a glance at each of the her "companions". Not being able to get a full grasp on them, but they look like they know a thing or three.
Quickly Hono thought to herself. 'They look capable, I think we have a chance! I hope they don't judge me by my appearance...' The girl soon took her letter and folded it once, then twice before returning it to her pocket.
There had been just one moment where she had been in the temple, going about her daily routine calmly. The day hadn't felt any different and Sita did not expect the hours of terror she began to endure. One second she was leaving the heart of the temple, it was late in the afternoon and there had been fewer than normal Zora milling around, but no cause for concern. The next, the world had been enveloped in black and she felt a sharp pain in the back of her head, the sound of her staff clattering to the ground and then nothing.
When she had awoken it was somewhere dark, it reeked of decay, mold, metal, and fear. Though the fear was mostly on account of Sita and the three other figures with her in the dark. None of whom she recognized. One was a young girl, similar in age, Hylian. A masked being, who seemed young, and an older woman. Sita, in her panic, could not determine any reason they were all gathered here and begin to breathe a bit heavier, panic turning her bones to led. She had been bound by her wrists anyways, there was not much she would be able to do in this state.
Slowly, over the course of minutes, Sita began to calm her breathing enough to speak. "Is anyone hurt? I'm a healer, I can help if I can just get my hands loose," she whispers, hoping that whoever had captured them was not waiting around nearby.