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Nagori, Saimon and Senkyoku - A Wind Waker Tale

By achitka
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Chapter 36: Chapter 35: So now what?

From here on out the time streams I've laid out will start to collide at odd and seemingly random times...If you haven't read the previous chapters this will most certainly cause a great deal of confusion...and so, once again I apologize in advance... and it appears I've lost track of my two main protagonists...well I'm sure they'll turn up - oh look here they are now...

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Chapter 35 what?

Link followed Tetra out of the castle but didn't bother to ask her how she knew the way. He figured it most likely had something to do with the Triforce of Wisdom and the bearers she said she could speak to. They must be telling her which way was what and he wondered about that. What must it be like to have all those people stuffed in your head all the time? Lost in thought, he walked right through a richly dressed courtier and noticed Tetra sniggering when he jumped. He glared at her. As if it wasn't weird enough being stuck in the past, they were also unseen by the people all around them, but what Link found downright unnerving was the complete lack of sound.

Just like seven years before and Link felt a moment of intense de ja vous as he looked up the road that led from the castle grounds. This was the same road he traveled toward his final battle with Ganondorf and his eyes wandered over the buildings that he knew lay in ruins at the bottom of the ocean in his own time. They were all still in place and though the mountain was there, Ganon's Tower was conspicuously absent.

Link heard a strange pop in the air and felt an odd tingle run through the scar on his arm as he felt the world around him ripple. He flexed his fingers when the prickling in his arm intensified and he turned to look behind him. As he did, he saw a fast approaching light; its brilliance outshone even the radiance of the Sacred Arrows of Light he and Tetra used to defeat Ganondorf and there was no doubt in his mind what would happen if that golden light touched him. Nevertheless, Link didn't move, instead, his eyes locked on the figure behind it, and he thought as the light finally reached him, she was more beautiful than he'd ever seen her before.

"Hey, are you paying attention?" Tetra asked when she saw the vacant expression on his face.

He tripped and heard that funny pop, the air rippled again, and Link regained his footing as he focused his attention on Tetra. She still walked beside him and continued to tell him about what had happened to her since she left Great Fish. What was all that about? He shoved it somewhere in the back of his head to wonder about later when he realized Tetra was telling him about when she was on her ship with Aryll. Link still worried about his little sister, why would Aryll be with Jinchi? When he asked Tetra, she said she didn't know and Link was reminded then of one of the stories his grandmother used to tell when he was small. There were four children Jake, Jasper...rats, he thought, he was drawing a complete blank on the other kids names.

Jinchi's face floated up in Link's memory, those eyes, golden and dangerous. They nagged at him and Link realized they were the same as the man he'd seen in that weird vision on Great Fish. If Jinchi was that man's son and was one of the four children in his Grandma's story. Jasper, no Chiyuu, he corrected himself, must be another son. He stopped Tetra then and asked her how they got the names of Jasper and Jake. Again, Tetra didn't know, because she was quite sure their names were Chiyuu and Jinchi. Something didn't fit, so Link once again filed the information away for later perusal.

Tetra told him how she'd left instructions for Mako and Zuko to stay on Outset to look after his Grandmother. Link didn't remember seeing them after the bomb incident so he decided they must still be with his Grandmother. As she spoke, Tetra gave Link a better description of Chiyuu. She mentioned the Guardians looked very similar but Jinchi was at least six inches taller. When they arrived at the town below the castle, Link said, "Did you know I have a couple of ancestors with the names Jake and Jasper. Funny coincidence huh?"

Tetra didn't answer instead, she scanned the area in front of them. "Just makes you want to scream, doesn't it?"

The town they entered was still alive with people. The citizens of Castletown were silently going about their daily lives completely oblivious to their impending doom and Link felt that pull from the Master Sword again as he watched a number of children playing near the plaza fountain.

"Yeah," he said and frowned. Link wanted to shout at them to run, but he knew they'd never hear him. Tetra gave his arm a squeeze and they continued walking until they reached the drawbridge. Though it was late in the day, they left the town and headed out toward the bridge since Tetra said they needed to head for the river. Once there she looked downstream and found nothing in that direction but a sheer cliff.

"Guess we head upstream," Tetra said as she looked up. Link nodded in reply and they crossed the bridge. They walked in silence until Tetra said, "So, tell me the fish story."

"It's pretty long."

"And we have something better to do?"

So he did as they walked along the riverbank and when he finished, they were much closer to a cave the river flowed out of. Link glanced over at Tetra and realized he'd been concentrating so hard on getting the details right that he did not noticed how tired she was. When he stopped her to rest, she looked like she wanted to argue about it, but another yawn escaped instead and she relented. They sat down and propped the packs against the cliff face and Link pulled out a bottle of soup and gave it to her.

"Drink it, and don't argue."

Tetra smiled, and drank down half of it. She looked a little less worse for wear, but she still looked tired. Tetra thanked him and handed him back the bottle as she leaned against him and asked, "So what happened to the children after that?"

"I'm guessing he just took them home. Maybe he thought that once they were free of the shadow they could just be kids again, but I don't think it worked out that way cause there's more..." and he told her of the weird little vision he'd seen on Great Fish.

"Has your boat even spoken to you since...?"

"Nope not a word, but it was the same day I found the staff."

"What did you say the Shadow call that thing?"

"The kibou staff, why?"

Tetra closed her eyes, as she concentrated on something. "Wishing, the staff of wishing? What an odd name for a weapon." Link watched her and she followed the thought. "Kind of off the subject but Nagori went missing when you and Al left my ship for Great Fish. I think she must have gone with you when you left."

"How could she do that, I thought she was with you in the time loop."

"She's a fairy, a suspiciously powerful one too. I wouldn't be surprised by anything she can do. She left me to fulfill her purpose once I managed to get my head screwed on straight. Of course, we don't know what that purpose is, and since you haven't seen her, maybe it has something to do with the staff and Mei." Tetra stopped and Link could tell her thoughts drifted again. "At the end of the vision, you said you got the impression that the fairy queen collected the items left by the Guardian to one day become a new fairy."

Link nodded.

"The Great Deku Tree called Nagori a fairy of memory."

"A fairy of what?" Link was starting feel left behind.

"A fairy of memory...of course, why didn't I see it before?" she asked him as she turned around and flashed him a smile of triumph. "Link, she must be the memory of the Guardian, the missing piece of the Princess's memory."

"And apparently everyone else's," Link said and tried to focus on that vision again as he thought of the items left behind; some letters, an ocarina, a staff and two empty bottles. "Do you think Nagori left the staff on Great Fish? When the King of Red Lions came back, I remember hearing a song drifting in over the water. Most likely that means she probably left with Al and Kei. That fairy has to be at the Tower."

"But I never got all the pearls in place, how could she be there?"

"It's just a guess, but since the Princess said the Guardian invoked some kind of powerful has to be wrapped up with the Fairy Queen's promise of a last wish. I mean, from the way she spoke of it, granting a last wish wasn't something she normally did. In fact she said she thought him ill used."

"Really? Now that is interesting," Tetra said and turned to look at him and Link decided she looked much less tired now. "You did eat something right?" Tetra asked.

"You know it," he lied and switched topics. "Jabun's story said the Guardian made a promise to the ghosts of Al and Delia's parents to help them. He did, but found it wasn't enough with the Tekuragari still lurking about. The vision only showed what happened after he caught up with them and brought them back to the Fairy Queen. The two events are connected somehow and I'm still forgetting something I can feel it." Link wracked his brain but couldn't come up with the missing bit of information he was searching for. "Even the Fairy Queen said the children weren't meant to survive, but because of the Guardian they somehow did."

"Do you have any idea how much time passed between those two events?"

Link shook his head.

"Any idea what he wished for?"

"I don't know," Link said, "and the Fairy Queen got iced before I could ask."

Tetra turned back around, rested her head on his shoulder, and shivered. "It's too cold here, damn it."

After a moments thought, Link pulled the sail from his pack and spread it out and over them. When she moved even closer to him to share the warmth, he let his arm wrap around her and his thoughts strayed to their off again, apparently on again relationship. Tetra never lied and since she already admitted she was going to get rid of him even before the Shadow put that spell on her...Link just couldn't shake his trepidation and that random doubt wheedled its way even deeper into his heart. She may say it, but part of him really was not sure she meant it. Tetra always found a way of saying just what people wanted to hear and he was quite sure he did not want to deal with it if she did not. Isn't that the reason he left the last time?

He closed his eyes when he caught the scent of her hair and he thought, she has no idea, or worse maybe she does. Link leaned his head against the wall and thought, As much as you may want it, everything is moving too damn fast. He suppressed a sigh as he tried to think of something else, anything else and to help that along he banged his head on the wall behind him.

"Ow! What the hell?" Tetra said as she rubbed the back of her head.

"You okay?" he asked remembering the odd connection that had sprung up between them lately.

"Yeah," she said and moved slightly, "just felt like I bumped my head."

Link made a mental note not to do that again as Tetra yawned and said, "Still too many unanswered questions. I hope we find Lady Natsumi soon, I have a feeling the longer we stay here, the harder it will be to get out again."

The sun sank behind the hills in the distance and it continued to get cooler. Tetra moved even closer to him and to distract himself Link let his gaze settled on Kage as the fairy flew intermittently between his hat, to in front of Tetra. After a few minutes of this, Tetra held her hand out and the fairy settled there.

"What's wrong, Speck? You seem a little jumpy."

Link sort of understood why Tetra referred to Kage like that. He just thought Kage's name was just Kage. The Fairy Queen did not mention another, but then he hadn't finished speaking to her before he was forced to leave the island.

"Do you know his name, Princess?" the fairy asked.

"Whose name?"

Kage was silent for a moment, "The Guardian."

Surprised, Tetra answered, "Actually, I don't. The Princess never mentioned one. Perhaps it's one of those details she can't remember." She tilted her head up, looked at him with those beautiful blue eyes, and asked, "You got any ideas?"

At first, Link shook his head but when he looked at Kage again, something Saimon said clicked into place.

"I am such a dolt, Saimon told me that Al's father had the same name as me, Link." Tetra did not look surprised just amused. "And since Al and Delia were the children from Jabun's story, that makes Jake and Jasper their brothers...but that also makes the Lady Natsumi their mother since she was married to the Guardian."

"Amazingly, that almost makes sense," Tetra said and looked back at the fairy. "Ring any bells for you Speck?"

"Who is Al?" Kage looked confused and his wings twitched nervously.

"Dalkin?" Link offered, but this only garnered a tilt of the fairy's head. "How about Mei then?"

Upon hearing this name, Kage's eyes opened a little wider and he remained very still for a moment then asked suddenly, "And who is Saimon?"

"You were."

Again, the curious tilt of the head and the fairy said to himself, "Saimon..." Kage looked again at them and asked with his voice full of disbelief, "I was Saimon?"

When Link nodded, the fairy flew back and forth very quickly and when Kage flew up in front of his face, Link pulled his head back until the fairy shot straight up and out of sight.

"So where do you think he's gone?" Link asked as he watched the fairy disappear from view.

"Does it really matter?"

Link shrugged. "I guess not. However, I'm starting to think that maybe we should be asking less about the people and more about those fairies. Where did Saimon and Senkyoku come from?" Link asked as he pulled the rubbing out of his pack. "I doubt the Guardian was carrying them around in his pockets..." Link paused as he thought of the dolls from Jabun's story. "Remember those dolls I told you about?"

Tetra nodded.

"Saimon said they were with Al, but why would his brother insist he keep them with him?

"That is a good question," Tetra said as she tilted her head to look at the paper with him. "Whatcha looking at?"

"There are more notes here, see," Link said and pointed to the mirai side of the rubbing. "It reminds me of the Command Melody, or an extended version of it. I wonder what it does." As he looked at the parchment he absently ticked off the notes in his head and for the briefest of moments, he found himself, looking at himself through Tetra's eyes. Spooked he broke the connection and heard her say, "Link, while at this point it probably doesn't mean much, I want to explain why I told I didn't want you around anymore."

"I'm sorry what did you say?" Link asked as he struggled to refocus his perspective.

"Just that I know you're not all that sure about our getting back together and I have the strange feeling that it's important you do understand. Believe me this hasn't been the most pleasant experience for either of us."

Link finally managed to clear his head and thought, Uh oh, here we go again. He toyed briefly with reminding her of their earlier conversation in the field, but since he preferred his head remain on his shoulders, he said cautiously, "Okay," and managed to ask without a trace of sarcasm, "Tell me Princess, why did you want me gone?"

"Well to start, it would help if you didn't call me Princess."

Link sighed. "Fine, Tetra, tell me why."

"It was this," she said and lifted his hand.

"My hand?" She's gone nuts for sure, he thought and almost let that thought escape until she said crossly, "Don't interrupt. And yes, this." she said and gave it a little shake. "You just don't seem to understand..." she traced the Triforce symbol on the back of his hand, it glowed dimly but did not resonate. "I didn't want to be the one to fall...kinda stupid when I think about it."

"Tetra, don't you remember-" Link stopped and sighed at the look she shot him.

Her glare softened and she said, "It made me angry you had that kind of hold over me." She laughed but her face got serious and she said, "I'm guessing that's when the Shadow cast his little unbinding. I'm sure without it I probably would have gotten over that. Ah, but with it, I got it into my head to push you as far out of my life as I could. And once I managed to get you to go, I discovered I missed little things," she paused, "no that's not completely true. I missed everything...about you. Then the whole mess just turned into a downward spiral of anger. The Shadow wanted us apart, and we were," she said and gave his fingers a squeeze. "I think that's why it was you I found in the garden. The unbinding could interfere with my emotions but couldn't erase the need I felt."


"Will you stop interrupting me? I felt you there in my head, Namaki. It was brief but familiar enough that I recognized it was you. I don't know how you did it, which by the way you'll have to tell me later." Tetra yawned and smiled weakly when she saw the startled look on his face. "Anyway, just keep that in mind, okay? I have a feeling that it's important somehow, like if you don't believe it, I wont be able to when I'll need to."

"I will, I do," he said worriedly, "and I have, but what I really wanted to say was, is it me or do we, " and when he said we he meant her, "keep forgetting the details."

"What do you mean?"

"This will be the, maybe the fourth time you've told me your sorry for being a less than happy pirate."

"Is it?" Confusion crossed her face for a moment, "Crap, no you're right, I do seem to be rehashing a lot of stuff. I must sound like a complete idiot, I wish Nagori were here; there was a song she would hum. It helped keep that from happening." Tetra frowned. "Damn, I must have miscalculated and either that damn trap is getting ready to recycle again or that was some spell that Guardian used." She turned and rested her head on his chest as she pulled the sail up under her chin. "I am so tired, Link. I must not be thinking straight anymore. I do think I'm gonna take a little nap though," she said yawned and mumbled something about how she was going to sic those damned parasites on Hito to see how he liked it and was asleep.

Link breathed a sigh of relief and closed his own eyes, he was tired, but the rest he craved eluded him. A little bored he looked around at the sea of grass in front of him and when his thoughts drifted to the variation of the Command Melody, without thinking, he ran through the notes. Everything went suddenly dark, like his eyes were shut. Oh crap! He thought as realized he was back in Tetra's head. He fought through his moment of panic and forced his eyes open. It was a good thing she was asleep, he shuddered to think what she'd do otherwise.

The contact was brief but from the impressions, Link felt Tetra was thinking about their other situation. It was no wonder she was so tired all the time, he needed to keep that in mind from now on. Trap or no, she'd better be more careful about that. They were important in this somehow, but why? It's not like any of that was planned.

Link stopped and looked down at the top of Tetra's head and realized he thought 'they'. He rubbed the middle of his forehead and thought, Oh sure as if one wasn't's all just your imagination Linky boy. He wondered idly when she was going to share that little tidbit of information with him. "Women," he grumbled to himself.

"Wind Waker?"

"Yeah, Speck?" Link replied as he continued kneading his forehead.

"Why did you break my binding with Saimon?"

Link opened his eyes and regarded the fairy through his fingers and wondered, How am I supposed to answer that? Link let his hand drop and began to gently stroke the sleeping pirate's hair, he paused when she shifted a little under his hand and thought, Oh, to hell with it, I'm doomed anyway and answered the fairy carefully, "I'm not sure exactly, it was just a feeling I that it had to be that way."

"But without him I do bad things..." Kage said and the fairy landed on Tetra's shoulder.

"That was a long time ago Speck, didn't you learn anything in the time you were with him?"

"I thought so, but I led Hito to our mother, and I killed the elder on your island," Kage sat down and said, "If the Guardian had not stopped me I would have sickened that child but I did not want to. I still don't understand why the Guardian did not destroy me when he caught me. He knew what I was but he only stuffed me in that bottle."

"I don't know why either, Speck, but he must have known your binding was broken."

"Yes, but it is still odd."

"Yeah it is."

And it came back to him then, that missing bit of something Link couldn't remember earlier. The memory Al thought was his and Link focused on it again as he tried to recall the details. The man on the ridge, when the children were older, he looked an awful lot like Al did now. Link wondered why he did not notice it before now. Possibly, because the Guardians spell was beginning to unravel since he decided, even the children looked less like the ones he saw at the beginning of it. Maybe they were not the same children.

"Speck, tell me what you remember of Al, I mean you must remember something, you were together for a long time."

"As Mei I can remember him clearly, but there are other memories, broken and out of order and do not feel like my own, but they must be."

"Why did you help me when the Shadow found me near the beach?"

"When you placed me in the pack, I could no longer sense Hito, he was within a few feet of me and I could no longer feel his presence...and...I wished to remain free of him.

Link never actually considered that, self-preservation. He'd made some pretty big assumptions lately, not all of which were working out too good. He needed to think this out. "Why didn't you show yourself before that?"

"I was trying to hide from Hito, but he found me while you slept and set fire to the house," Kage buried his tiny head in his knees. Link couldn't see well in the dark but when Kage looked up again he could have sworn the fairy was crying. "Hito left expecting me to follow. I did not, but I could not wake the old man, I could no longer find you," Kage said and flew up in front of his face. "I have only been truly frightened a few times during my existence hero, but never more so than at that moment, for I was sure I was lost. Doomed to be a tekuragari once again." Kage did not land but flew over Tetra's face, he looked at her and back at him, "And by some miracle you appeared through the smoke, when you shut the book. I was still on it so was shut inside. I was surprised that the book did not kill me outright, instead it only closed around me, doing me no damage."

Master Sturgeon's book, Link had let that slip his mind. He carefully pulled it out of his pack without waking Tetra and laid it on the ground next to him. He opened it and realized it was too dark to read so he pulled out the pack of arrows that came with Tetra's letter. He removed one and focused on it for a moment until the tip burst into flame. Link smiled and jabbed the fletched end into the ground next to the book. It wasn't a lot of light, but it was enough.

"Speck, do you know what Master Sturgeon was reading?"

"He was reading about the Guardians it was not too far into the book I think," Link flipped through the pages slowly while Kage flew over it. "Stop here!"

Link examined the page and noted the four corners were adorned with the same four bird symbols he noticed on the statues in the basement of Hyrule Castle. As he read the words, he thought about waking Tetra. She was better with this sort of prophetic writing than he was, but when he looked at her, he decided against it and let her sleep. He could always show it to her when she woke up. He continued to read the next few pages and found it odd that he was able to read it at all. This book has to be more thing to worry about later, he thought. When the light of the arrow started to fade, Link pulled out another and set it aflame. He turned another page and read the only words written there:

Four chosen by Farore
To aid Hyrule in times of need.
Tested true by Din's Trial,
Ever-true companions
Chosen to hear Nayru's call
To serve, to aid, to complete the course

Complete the course? To where? This was not helping.

"Speck? How many Guardians were there when Hito got trapped behind the wall?"

"There are always four in times of need."

"Yeah, I got that, but from everything we've managed to piece together so far, the other Link is the only one left in this time."

For whatever reason, Kage seemed unwilling or just unable to answer, he just repeated, "There are always four."

Great, Link thought, another dead end.

"Will we be returning to your time soon?"

"Truthfully Speck, I have no idea how to do that. We're inside the box and I have no idea how to get us out again."

They fell silent as the flame from the arrow went out again. Link didn't light another, instead, he looked at the stars. The constellations were the same as he remembered, and from their positions in the sky, he guessed they were somewhere near where his island oasis would be in the future. The moon was oddly out of place to him, though, he'd have sworn it was fuller than what he saw now. The cool brisk wind continued to blow across the sea of grass in front of him and Link was strangely comforted by it. The way the tall grass danced in the breeze reminded him of his ocean at home. When Link realized he could now hear the grass's movement he thought of what Tetra said about it being harder to get out. His attention wandered toward the cave and Link felt a tug as he heard that odd haunting melody he played for Tetra in the garden. Curious now, he wondered at the music and pulled out his ocarina to play along with it. As he did, he took note of the simplicity of the song and mentally worked out how he would conduct it with the Wind Waker.

He was pulled out of his musing when Kage said, "At first I mistook you for that one."

"What one?" Link asked quietly.

"The Guardian, he did not intend to give me and Kageri another chance at freedom. You should know when he brought us to our mother it was not his desire remake us, that happened because we were unrepentant and still very dangerous. Though, at the time I did not understand why that one would sacrifice himself just to keep us sealed away. Perhaps he knew that without us Hito had no chance of finding his way out of his prison. However, if the Guardian knew that, he must also have known by doing so, it would also allow Master Hito to survive. It was for this reason I asked the Goddesses to remove my essence from me. I had forgotten the light but Saimon showed me the value of it. Now that I have seen it, I do not wish dwell in the darkness any longer. Hito is now fully in your present, but without the tekuragari he cannot remain so for long."

"But that makes no sense, what difference does it make if you're with him or not?"

"The tekuragari are old dark magic, Hero, if even one of us had been with Master Hito on the beach, you would not have survived as easily as you did."

Link could only stare at the little creature in front of him. If Kage thought he made it out of that battle easily, then Link shuddered to think of what the next battle would be like...and Link was quite sure there would be another.

"We existed before that one," the fairy continued, "we were lured by the Gerudo King out of our previous existence to become the tekuragari. He sent us to find Hito and we did near the Water Temple after he lost his battle with the first hero. He was without shape then and we did not know the Dark Master bound us to his shadow. We only realized this later as we were forced to wander endlessly in search of a host for him. When Master Hito found the younger he was able to convince the boy to become one but the shadow could not hold the binding to the child without us. Soon it will unravel and he will once again be without a host."

"And you think he'll try to find another?"

Kage fluttered his wings again and looked at him. "Yes."

When the fairy did not elaborate Link asked, "Then the younger was the brother of the Link in the past. The one you made ill?"

"No Hero, to merge with one such as Hito, you must be willing to lose a part of your soul, just as Mei and Kei were. When we found them, they had very little conscience to begin with and to become the daemon they forfeited what was left of that part of themselves." Kage paused when he noticed the look Link was giving him.

"You're scaring me Speck."

"I scare myself."


Both of them looked down at Tetra, she was awake now and asked, "How do you know that the boy who died was the same boy who became the Guardian?"

"Master Hito became the mirror image of the Guardian, just as he did the Wind Waker on Outset. Hitokage is a shadow soul, created to be the shadow of the Hero. Whatever form the Hero takes, so shall his shadow. That is why so many mistakenly refer to him as a twin."

"So now we have strange circumstances surrounding both of them, Speck, do you remember the younger's name?"

Kage stared for a moment. "No Princess, but I will think on it."

"So finish the story," Link prompted as he put the ocarina in his pack and closed the book.

"The boy led Hito to his brother. He was jealous of the favoritism shown him by the elders. When Hito attempted to destroy him, he only managed to wound him. The younger grew remorseful and was able to throw off the shadow for a time. But only long enough to take his wounded brother to our mother." Kage's voice sounded almost sad. "We followed but could not enter the Fairy Queen's glade being bound to the shadow as we were but Venus knew who the boy was meant to be. She could not heal the wound. So despite the younger's efforts to save him, his brother died. The younger was driven mad by his betrayal and fled only to be snared again by Hito." Kage stopped and settled for a moment on top of the book and looked upstream. "She is a sound I have not heard for a very long time."

"Who sings?" Link asked as his eyes followed where the fairy looked.

"Venus, when she prays to the Goddesses', she sings..."

Link noticed that Kage's attention was drawn back to voice that only he could hear. His wings twitched and he fidgeted nervously.

Tetra leaned close to him and whispered, "Whatever he's hearing we'd best follow it."

Link nodded as she stood up and pulled on her pack, Link did the same and said to the fairy, "Speck, why don't you show us where the song is coming from."

Only a trace of a smile flitted across the fairy's face as he lifted off. Link put away the book and sail in a hurry and together, he and Tetra followed after Kage into the gloom of the cave. Kage would fly ahead and return showing them which way to go on the dimly lit path. Once on the other side, Link was able to hear it too. It lilted through the trees beckoning them forward and as they entered the small glade, Tetra grabbed his arm as she looked around.

"Link," she whispered fiercely, "This is..." and he recognized it then. It was the garden.

Comments on this chapter

Koroks Rock says:

Wow, confusion. Maybe I'm just suffering from overwork, but I think I have less understanding now than I did before this chapter.

Despite that, it is eccelently written, and will certainly be added to my print queue.

madiboo says:

I knew it! I knew my thery on Hito was correct! He is! Anyway, I get it pretty well, how all the puzzle pieces fit together. Anyway, keep up the good story!