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Silent Hero: a tribute to Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda

  Silent Hero

  a tribute to Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda

  Christine E. Schulze

  Silent Hero: a tribute to Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda

  Copyright © 2012 Christine E. Schulze

  {Revised 2014}

  Cover Art Copyright © 2012 Christine E. Schulze

  Edited by Christine E. Schulze

  Silent Hero is a work of fiction. All characters in this book have no existence outside the imagination of the author and have no relation whatsoever to anyone bearing the same name or names. They are not even distantly inspired by any individual known or unknown to the author, and all incidents are pure invention.


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  Silent Hero: a tribute to Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda

  The Triforce, that golden entity set in place by the three goddesses to protect all Hyrule, has been broken—into nine Shards instead of three this time. Darkness creeps along the fringes of not only Hyrule, but also of Termina and Twilight. These three realms, intimately linked, can only be rescued by...

  A young boy who cannot speak but whose courage will emanate louder than any evil he faces.

  A princess as timeless as the shadowy realm from which she returns.

  These two Heroes against three great enemies: Ganondorf, Majora, and the young, ambitious Zaruman, who connects both guardians and enemies of the three realms in ways which the heir of Link could never imagine....

  In a race against time, and in a mission which breaks the boundaries of time, Hero and Princess must combine courage and wisdom to collect the notes of a powerful requiem. They must use their knowledge of the ancient legends to press forward and resurrect a mighty weapon from Hyrule’s past. Aided by a strange voice, Great Fairies, and their own intuition, will they succeed like the Hero who came before them?

  Can darkness and light converge without creating shadow?

  Thanks to all the wonderful people at Nintendo for creating a series of games which has inspired me for sixteen years now and which will continue to inspire me until the end of all times and worlds.

  A special thanks to my fellow fans;

  may you enjoy and be inspired as well.



  Before time was set in motion by man—for time is merely an illusion, a way for those not born of the supernatural realm to measure the feeble passing of their days—chaos reigned in the universe. A war of matter, darkness, wind, power. Until three goddesses, Din, Nayru, and Farore, gathered these and fashioned them into something far more glorious, beautiful, and peaceful.

  Din—her flaming limbs unparalleled in power—crafted the red earth, taming the chaos into something formed, subdued.

  Nayru, in her vast wisdom, gave the spirit of law to the earth, building upon its still quiet by setting up order.

  Farore, with her vibrant soul, took all these wonders a step further, so that through peace and order, life could be born and thrive, free to explore, discover, and revel in the happiness of its new world.

  Their work completed, the goddesses ascended to the heavens, leaving in their wake the Triforce. The Triforce was a small glimmer of their power, meant to keep the new land safe and to uphold the balance of the elements which had formed Hyrule: Power, Wisdom, Courage.

  The Triforce was represented by the people of Hyrule in three triangles touching points so as to form a greater triangle. Should any piece be removed, a perfect triangle would no longer exist; this truth held firm beyond mere symbolism.

  But as ever, with the creation of life comes free will. With free will comes such a one who would desire to disrupt that perfect balance by gaining a part of the Triforce to control all of it him or herself.

  And with the presence of such a dangerous threat comes the need for...

  A hero.

  Part 1

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