From the Eyes of the Twilight Princess: Chapter 4
Chapter 4: The Divine Beast
I flew south, soaring over the vast open fields beyond the castle. They looked so beautiful, illuminated as they were by the Twilight. I couldn’t see any remnants of the Light world.
I passed a large pond and found the edge of the woods. The road lead beneath the trees, heading south. I floated there for a moment, wondering if that was the way I should take.
That was when I heard a strange noise. I stopped and turned around, scanning the horizon to find out where that pounding was coming from.
Then it came into view, from the north. A cloud of dust rising up from the earth.
I flew a bit higher, trying to get a better view. Something was kicking up the dust. Or a whole herd of “somethings.” And they were coming in my direction.
I glided into the lower branches of a tree where I could see without being seen. And as the strange stampede drew nearer, I saw that it was a group of giant boars. The one in the lead was almost t
From the Eyes of the Twilight Princess: Chapter 3
Chapter 3: Hyrule Castle
Well, this wasn’t so bad. Considering I’d been turned into a strange little imp and cast from my castle and my realm, things could have been much worse.
Because it looked as though Zant had gotten here before me. A beautiful blanket of golden Twilight stretched out across Light realm. The land called Hyrule.
I watched from my high perch as the spirits of the light people went about their lives. How strange it was that they couldn’t even tell they were in Twilight. The only thing that told them something was wrong was the nameless chill that followed wherever they went. Unless of course they strayed from the safety of the city, into the territory of the Twilight monsters.
The Twilight probably wasn’t good for these people. But it served my purposes nicely. Still, I wondered how Zant had managed to spread the Twilight across this world. Had his powers really grown s