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2012-08-01 03:48 am (UTC)
[Ask Zelda about her country, and she will regale you with stories describing it's beauty and diversity. But in actuality, that idealistic vision of Hyrule has not been the truth for quite some time.
This is the Hyrule of Zelda's adolescence. Of Ganondorf's seven year rule. The sky is dull and grey, as if storm clouds are threatening to roll in at any moment, and the shadows of the world seem darker than they should be. Everything else looks desaturated, like the life and color of the land is slowly being sucked out of it, leaving everything else to wither and die. Inexplicably, a distinct undercurrent of anixety and loneliness runs throughout the world.
Being on the run in your own kingdom tends to foster those feelings, after all.
Should one come across the Temple of Time, however, those foreboding feelings of unease will begin to ebb away into a solemn sort of peace. This place is clearly a sanctuary - somewhere evil cannot touch.
In the back-most room of the temple, a young man (?) sits in the shadows near an empty pedestal.
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