sageprincess: (Requiem of Spirit)
Zelda ([personal profile] sageprincess) wrote 2013-05-31 03:41 am (UTC)

Of course not.

[She is a very patient woman, after all. Zelda offers Ruler a small, slightly worried smile, her hands clasped in front of her. It's still hard to pinpoint exactly how she should feel about this prospect, and facing it feels a bit like standing at the edge of a precipice, hoping you make it to the other side, but... Ruler trusts her. If she decides not to go through with this whole "contract" business, that's not a reflection of their friendship.

Zelda breathes in, and then gets to the matter at hand.]

I am sorry I could not go into greater detail about my worries earlier, but they are intricately entangled with a man that has brought Link and I a great deal of pain. I feared how he would react if he heard his name.

... I do not know how much you know about Ganondorf Dragmire, aside from that extravagant show he made of transforming several floors into his own personal realm for a week, and the full story is long and complicated, but... his very soul hates my existence. Few things would make him happier than to see me suffer.

[She says this with an almost necessary detachment. The Demon King hates the Goddess. It is the tale that will repeat time and time again through history, so long as the Triforce remains within mortal reach.]

When I was investigating the source of the chaos last week, I saw a message on the wall that frightened me. ... "Ruler and Richtofen serve under Ganondorf the true king of Animus." It made me remember what Arturia said, about those with ill will possibly using you or the other Servants, and I have know doubt Ganondorf would try if he knew that he could.

... I do not want that to happen, so... that is why I wanted to talk about this "contract" idea again.

[Exhale. Well, that's her case made. Now to see if Ruler is any more receptive to it than she was that night.]

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