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Author Topic: Legendary Hero looking for his Princess  (Read 169 times)

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Offline RenoTopic starter

Legendary Hero looking for his Princess
« on: April 20, 2016, 01:13:16 AM »
   
Quote from: The Book Jacket Summary
In a feat of heroism that will be remembered through the ages, the Hero has lain low an evil Wizard-King, liberated the captive Princess, and awakened a kingdom of Magic from the nightmare it had languished beneath for over a year. It's time for everyone to start picking up the pieces.

   Reckless, self-assured, and irreverent,"hero" isn't the first word that comes to the Princess' mind when she considers her savior. The first word would be "brazen."   In fact, there are quite a few words that come up before "hero," including a few she doesn't want to admit even to herself. A walking contradiction, her roguish rescuer deftly defies all attempts to figure him out.

   The True King and Queen are gone, early victims of the Troubles, but a Princess is not offered the luxury of her mourning. With her coronation looming, her nobles' houses in chaos, and dark forces beginning to stir in the shadows once again, the princess will need all the help she can get. Will she be able to convince the Hero to fight for the kingdom once more?

Can she truly ask him to stay? Does she really even want him to?

If it's not already obvious enough, I'd like to find a partner to add some chapters to the end of the original Legend of Zelda, take a heap of liberties and artistic license, and make the story our own. New characters, locations, and events rather than slavish adherance to canon is the order of the day.

If the concept appeals to you, please feel free to PM me with your thoughts.
« Last Edit: April 21, 2016, 03:37:16 PM by Reno »