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A LEGEND OF ZELDA ROLEPLAY
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His heart was racing quite a bit and the feeling was not cause by the exhilaration he would usually feel about the fight to come. Such a feeling was clouded by pure frustration and in a way it was quite insufferable. He should have expected all this to occur, but for it to occur so sudden and quick was just what made things so infuriating. Perseus was captured, Aryllia was captured and even Aizen was captured. To say the least today was far from a pleasant day. While it was to be expected that there was a chance Perseus would be captured, why was Aryllia captured once again and why capture Aizen as well? Was it a declaration of war? Or perhaps it was the work of an outside force? Asthar just couldn’t say just yet but it pissed him off to know that they would use those he cared about like that.
Taking a deep breath in and releasing it with a deep sigh, the cool breeze blowing by calming him down a tad as he glanced down at the crumpled up letter held in his clenched fist. Placing both hands into his pockets the Holodronian king casually glanced at the castle. He cared deeply for Aizen as she had guided him through many difficult moments, but he had faith in her. He knew she was strong and he believed she would be able to hold out. He believed in his attendant and believed she would be ok, but when it came to the other girl he just couldn’t help but worry. Aryllia was strong and even somebody Asthar was willing to fight alongside, but she was fragile as well. The girl had gone through so much mentally and he just wanted to take away any burden she dealt with. Just thinking about her made his heart race. For now he would just have to put his hope into the heroes that would be attempting to enter the castle that Eleazar occupied. He would rescue Aryl and make sure she was safe and then proceed to make sure Aizen was safe as well.
The cloak that coated the king began to rustle a bit as he stood upon a rooftop before turning his head and glanced over his shoulder. “Well I am quite the lucky man to be working with some dazzling ladies today” Asthar said closing one eye with a smile as he looked upon the two that would be working alongside him before fully closing his eyes. “I know you two may have your own reasons to be doing all this, but nonetheless I wish to give my thanks” Asthar said softly as he turned and glanced out at the streets. “Now then…a loyal dog is usually near their master…we’d best move and get this over with. The enemy base should be nearby” Asthar said.
[attr="class","smdbody3"] Ati had nearly dove out of the City when she received the letter, had panicked and made sure Tiaris and Visari were fine. They were, and had received similar letters about others. Visari had taken off to find the Zora girl he'd been smitten with, and Tiaris left to rescue another Rito. The only one left unaccounted for was Bantha. She was missing. A good friend of hers, Ati had readied herself, informed Tiaris of her duties and bade her luck before taking off out of the City and into the air and down towards Hyrule. The piece of parchment left to flutter in the air behind her, she knew what it said, and where she would go. Whoever had her, would pay for hurting one of her people.
Hyrule Castle Town, she sailed down towards it, keeping her movements light and quick to avoid drawing too much attention. She landed on a rooftop, someone else was already there, another member of the rag tag group being sent to find their loved ones. She rolled her shoulders, flexing her wings after the hard sail downwards and tucked them against her body, feathers ruffling still from the anger burning in her chest.
The man before her was flirting, with both her and their new companion. This was the trio that would be hunting down whoever took their friends. She nodded to him, giving a toothy smile and walking towards him. "Today our goals are one in the same, we'll thank each other once this business is done." she tells him, her hand gripping the red blade resting across her lower back.
While floating above Hyrule, the Rito did not actively take part in what happened on the surface. But she knew who ruled here, no longer was it the royal family of old. "So a dog of Eleazar has one of mine? That will be their last mistake."
[attr="class","cmonlyrics"] Away to the west the sun was sinking into a violet sea of light. There lay the mighty desert, brown, barren, desolate—the desert with its dreaded sand storms and simooms.
[attr="class","cmonbody"]Well this surely put her plans in a rut. Although she was unsure why these events were happening, she couldn't deny that the timing was unfortunate. With her brother's return and the news of Nynaeve's secrecy, she found it hard to come to terms wit the future of her people. They would have to choose a side. Neutrality was no longer an option.
Hyrule Castle Town - a place of dreams and prosper - or so, it used to be. Now it was falling apart, swarmed with anarchy and crime. The city was littered with garbage, and sparsely did any civilians wander past dusk. As she approached to the center square, she was met with two other figures - a shadowy cloaked man and a Rito. She smirked at his response. She observed his crimson eyes under the shade of his face, taking note of his Sheikah appearance. He could prove to be useful.
"It seems we have a plan of attack then. I'll rely on your eyes if you rely on my strength. And you," she turned to Ati, bowing. "A woman of a bow is always honored. Your swiftness and flight will also help. Let's bring our friends home."
She looked around, trying to gauge where they may be. The castle was what she would have assumed, but with the mass of missing people... it may be dangerous to try for that. The letter had mentioned around the castle. "The dungeon," she mused to herself. "Are either of you familiar with Hyrule's map? The jail cells. They're under the city."
The king of Holodrum, the Greudo Cheiftan, and the attendant to the Rito Chief, it truly was quite the group that was formed. Though there were only three of them Asthar believed that their small trio was a rather strong one. Ever since he got the news that his companions were kidnapped he had been in a complicated situation. Of course Asthar had his army at his command, but since the situation involved hostages he couldn’t act too rashly. He was glad that Serabi responded to his request to work together in freeing their comrades and being able to have Ati work alongside them was a huge advantage. His own identity was shrouded by the cloak he wore, but for the most part merely wearing the hood and appearing as he did made it much easier to fight. For Asthar, whenever he donned the cloak it was almost like placing away the regality of a monarch and standing as a true fighter.
Asthar was quite glad to see his little flirtation attempt at least brought out a smile on both of the ladies faces and it already showed they weren’t so stuck up. “Well said, I'll be sure to thank you after we finish kicking their asses” Asthar said as he listened to Ati’s words before glancing over at Serabi and crossed his arms and smirked. “We’ve got a good set of skills that will allow us to cover each other’s weaknesses” Asthar said as he closed his eyes and grinned “which is why we’d all best keep close to each other...something I'll happily oblige to” Asthar said cheerfully.
As he jumped off the rooftop and landed by Serabi, Asthar glanced over at the Greudo woman and crossed his arms as she brought up the notion that the ones they sought were perhaps in the dungeons deep underground. “Hmm I have something that will be of use in that regard…” Asthar said reaching back as he pulled out a folded sheet of paper and then proceeded to unfold the large piece of parchment. What was written upon the sheet were numerous scribbles that seemed to be hastily drawn, but it was clear what was written upon the sheet was a makeshift map with numerous notes. “I don’t frequent Hyrule much, but I felt it was almost imperative that this knowledge be written down for unforeseen situations like this…” Asthar said glancing at each and every section of the map. It was something that he managed to get some of his spies to work upon and while it was far from perfect it did hold some valuable information.
“While this map was mostly formed before the rise of Eleazar it still holds some key places in the kingdom of Hyrule worth notice” Asthar said pointing his finger at a particular spot. “Here is the entrance towards the dungeons…now I am always up for charging in head first, but I’m sure they are anticipating our arrival” Asthar said “In that case we have another alternative” Asthar said before pointing his finger at a specific spot. “There, next to the abandoned sanctuary of the goddesses is a passage way to the sewers” Asthar said closing his eyes with a frown “though disgusting as it is we can use it to get towards the cells. A fight is inevitable and who knows what is down there, but at the very least we can try for a preemptive strike…” Asthar said as he glanced back towards his two companions. “I’m willing to follow whatever you two decide but if we are all in agreement then we’d best make haste…” Asthar said. His body was itching to move. Numerous times Aryllia had been captured, but this time he wasn't going to sit around making deals just to free her. He was going to free her with his own hands this time.
[attr="class","smdbody3"]Ati followed along, hopping off the roof and landing with a lighter sound than the others, mostly due to the lift her wings gave her. She was still on edge, despite seeing the clear capabilities in her companions. She'd known Gerudo to be fierce and wild fighters, and by the looks of Serabi, Ati didn't doubt this woman fit that bill to a T. The woman's compliments didn't dissuade her either. "Thank you, and I am honored to work with such strength." Tiaris had taught the young woman some manners, and Ati was getting quite the chance to work alongside non-Rito. "Let's not disappoint, shall we?"
She smiles again at Asthar's flirtations. "The quarters will no doubt be close, and I am all one for direct action. But I suggest I am allowed to flank, my flight and a new toy in hand would make it perfect." she tells them, and from a pouch hanging low on her hip she pulls out a mask, rather ugly in appearance but very gifted. "They won't see me coming, literally." she grins again.
Asthar has pulled out a scribbled on map, which was very lucky indeed. It gave them the approximations of everything they could need of the dungeons of Hyrule. Though the idea of being underground makes Ati cringe, cramped close quarters, stale air. Sewage.
But the idea that Bantha, and any others close to her new companions were trapped down there was enough to get Ati over it. She studied the map carefully and then looked back at the two. "Again, all for direct action. But I would suggest, though hesitantly, we take the sewers," she suggests. Ati could see that the others were itching to get a move on, she was too, decisions needed to be made quickly and in unison. The Rito was not afraid of stating her mind, not when it got their friends saved faster.
A scarlet droplet rolled its way down a silver edge, accompanied by a sharp intake of breath as a woman with black feathers looked at her newly pierced fingertip that was now stained red. An inaudible chant arose from invisible lips and an ominous crimson light arose from an indistinguishable place within the deep shadows beyond the barred cell walls, revealing letters that had carved themselves into the steel blade in the form of a sanguine warning.
‘To those who dare flee, there will be no respite.’
A feminine voice issued these words from red lips as the deep shadows parted to allow the features of this speaker to be illuminated by the rubescent glow cast upon the dungeon hall. A plain military jacket blurred the silhouette of the figure and concealed their physique. A matching grey hat attempted to contain the flowing silver hair that was bunched bunched into two tails. All that they wore was of a monotone scheme, from physical expression to clothing attire, save for the golden trinkets that sbaked around their arms in the Gerudo style.
‘All has gone as my liege planned. The heroes have fell prey to their instincts and have come to free the villain's hostages. Now, I must play out my part as the villain as best I can. There is much to gain from this plan of his, but so much for the heroes to lose.’
Sky was unsure of how she wound up in this dark cell but the method of travel was not important, only the result, which just happened to be a dark damp and creepy dungeon somewhere in the land of Hyrule. The entire complex had a ominous quite feeling that enveloped her body and everything about it, but in all honesty is was kind of nice, silent, dark and quite interesting, perhaps she had spent a little to much time reading into necromancy and exploring old tombs, though not like her kidnapper would know that, well hopefully. Sky had no idea who had put her behind bars, an untold amount of time passing since anyone had walked past the small confiding sell that held the young dark robed woman.
In time though a quite feminine voice sounded down the halls, a dark red glow providing a dim yet illuminating light, Sky's blue eyes slowly tracking the odly dressed individual as they walked though the moist hallways, trying to listen in onto what was being said. 'Does this have to do with the froces of evil and what not? seems my trip to Hyrule came at an opportune time... I just hope Hono is okay'.