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A New Hero Is Found

By Tyrell Latchman

Adventure / Drama


This Fanfiction is set before the events of the Legend of Zelda Spirit Tracks. In this fanfiction, the story is about how Link could have ended up in Aboda Village with Niko as the game doesn't explain it.

A flash of lightning took over in the background. The threatening and intimidating sound of thunder roared across the valley as a strange figure loomed through the woods, followed by large, but not-so blood-thirsty, deadly creatures. Out of this man's head sprout 2 dreaded, petrifying horns. The right one was significantly larger than the left one and his skin was a foul shade of light blue.

"Come on all you weak minded clowns! We must find this new hero and dispose of him for good!" snarled the ghastly goblin. Exhausted, the fatigued demons dropped their dense weapons. Enraged, the 2 horned menace glared coldly at his slaves.

"But my lord, we've been searching for the village for days. Probably we should turn back and... OW!" Immediately, the pleading demon took a blow to the head from his master's ball of dark magic.

"Calm it! We got to find this little boy before Anjean does. We didn't stake out near the Tower of Spirits to hear her and the Spirits talk about this hero for nothing! Did we?! We have to find this kid before he interferes with our plans to revive our beloved king and crush this wretched land as a whole!" He then turned his back on his weakened slave and proceeded to walk.

Another stroke of lightning made its way into the scene. There was a silence.

Suddenly another blast of thunder made its way in the air. As if it couldn't get worse, a freezing, cold onslaught of rain showered the demons. "Master Cole, we seriously need to return to the Dark Realm! It's not safe out here... *Thunder strikes again, briefly taking the demon off guard*... this supposed 'Hero' is just a baby!" This statement only got the fed up demon a strike to the chest with yet, another dark ball, like the other demon had suffered.

Cole, their angered leader was infuriated. "We're not leaving this bitter world till we find that boy!" The demons had no choice but to follow their fuming leader's orders. They hesitantly continued to search the woods in hope to find the new 'hero'.

Soon the tribe came across a small village in the woods near the Pirate Hideout. There they found poorly built and unstable houses, a damp remain of a camp fire and a disgusting smell. "Gees, it's like one person built it them self." One of demons commented.

"My thoughts exactly." replied another demon.

"So this is the place where the hero lives?" Cole thought to himself. He couldn't help but feel a bit sorry for the boy as he had to live in such, nauseating conditions.

"How do you know this is where the child stays?" Asked one the demons. The mood of curiosity then replaced all of the demon slave's moods of weakness and exhaustion. Cole then turned back to his curious group of demons.

"We saw her talk to the dreaded Spirits of Good about it, remember?" answered the smug shorty. "Now enough talk. It's time to dispose of this disgusting and hideous excuse for a village". The demons tried to talk Cole out of his madness of killing several lives just because of a ridicules prediction that the great Anjean made. However Cole silenced the questioning bunch. He knew Anjean long enough to have anyone question him about her. They had been sworn enemies since the banishment of his master Malladus. Said demonic king had once tried to do away with Hyrule as he was rejected by the Hylians and the Spirits of Good for his dark ways. However, Malladus was unsuccessful, despite being able to afflict massive amounts of damage on the Spirits. This was way before Tetra and her bunch of Pirates founded New Hyrule. The demons sadly and slowly entered the village to demolish it.

A tall man exited his house after the rain ended to see what the loud and obnoxious sound made. His sights set on the demons racing down the village to bulldoze it to the ground.

"We're under attack! Everyone run! Get anything and scram before it's too late!"

Everyone exited their poorly made house to endure what was the commotion. Their eyes caught sight of the demons ready to wipe out the whole area, so they panicked and fled from their former home and into the woods. The demons chased the poor Hylians into the woods and killed several victims, especially the male children in case they were the hero.

One of the demons then set its sights on a struggling mother with a small baby grasped protectively in her hands. Effortlessly the demon chased after her. Quickly, the mother hid her sleeping baby behind a bush near a small cottage, kissed him on the forehead before fleeing from the wooden building with tears streaking from her eyes. The whole village was destroyed and most of the citizens were brutally killed. All that was left was the fortunate baby left in the bush to witness it's fate.

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