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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Wed Dec 31, 2014 9:14 am


    "Mm." Link nodded to Sheik as she indicated the next way for them to turn. They both knew the way back to the city by heart of course, but between the ever-changing forest and their own desire to make as much progress as they could before the rain got too heavy, he certainly appreciated the heads up of where to go next. He tried not to tense up as he felt the rain start to pick up even more, inwardly forcing himself to think back to all the times he'd previously been caught out in the rain around his adventures. Even with the curse he had to contend with, this was no different than any time he'd been stuck in the rain in Hyrule, Termina, or even here. He did have the chance to wait it out of course, even better than he had back during his two major quests, and that much stayed the same even if he ran the chance of turning into a rabbit right now.

    Tatl beat her wings a bit faster to shake off the few raindrops that had found their way down to her, and as she saw just how the rain was getting even heavier, she inwardly hoped they'd be able to take shelter soon. She was sure that whether it was some covering they knew very well in the forest or even a new one that had appeared, that they'd be able to get to it without too much trouble, but all the same, she was finding herself very ready for it.

    Link perked up when he caught Sheik's pause, and as soon as she pointed to the side, asking him if he recalled a certain cave, his eyes instantly lit up. "Of course I do!" Come to think of it… yeah, they were right by it! Nodding firmly, he stated, "Let's go on and head there." There was still a slim chance they could make it to the cave before they had enough water to transform, but either way, he was just glad that a place to take cover had presented itself with nigh perfect timing.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Thu Jan 01, 2015 9:41 am

    Sheik couldn't help but smile at Link's enthusiastic response, and as she returned his nod with one of her own, she stated, "Yeah, let's." At that, the two friends continued their hasty trek through the forest, veering off in a slightly different direction so that they could reach the cave as soon as possible. The sky had darkened a little more as the heavy clouds continued to let out even heavier rain, but it was not until the duo had made it past another clearing that the first bolt of lightning lit up the sky. A loud rumble of thunder followed after the cloud-to-cloud lightning strike, and along with it, Sheik quickened her pace yet again. She was not scared of lightning at all, but it was definitely wise to get to a safe haven before any possible cloud-to-ground bolts occurred.

    Before too long, after more careful navigation through the thick woods, the Forest Haven Tree and nearby cave appeared in her sights. At seeing their destination right before them, the disguised princess' eyes soon brightened slightly, happy to see that they had made it safely. This was it! They were almost there!

    almost there

    Right as Sheik and Link neared the edge of the small clearing, that was when she felt it… enough water had hit her, thus triggering her own transformation. "Nh!" Despite the short exclamation he uttered, the disguised prince did not so much as flinch at feeling the instantaneous change take place. He did however pause to look right beside of him, just as Link himself transformed into his own cursed form. The rain had caught up to them all right, and even though he knew there was a very strong chance they would both change before they reached the cave, it was still a little disheartening to see that they had in fact transformed before they could take shelter. Perhaps he should have performed a Sheikah Vanish for the last part of their trip… whether it would have made a difference or not was unable to be seen of course, but at the very least, they were both safe. They were both fine, and even though they had changed, they did have a secure place to wait out this summer storm.

    Glancing down to Link with a slightly sheepish raising of his eyebrows, Sheik said, "At least we made it here… come on, let's head inside." They might have transformed, but there was no use in getting any more soaked than they already were.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Fri Jan 02, 2015 3:59 am

    Link picked his pace right up again as he and Sheik began to head towards the cave in question. He knew that it was still very likely that at least one of them would transform before they got to their destination, but at least they were close enough that they would not be stuck out in the rain for much longer. The subsequent lightning strike and rumbling of thunder only added to his relief for this, as even though he was fairly confident that they would still be safe regardless. He never minded being out in the rain when he had to, but the heavier it was, the less he wanted to be in it for extended periods of time.

    "There!"

    With a chime from Tatl signaling that they had in fact arrived at the cave, Link very nearly let out a happy laugh, but no sooner could he smile at the sight before them than did he suddenly find his viewpoint quite a bit lower. The Hero of Time blinked as he felt the instant transformation happen, just before he and Sheik seemed to stop in sync. Both of them were very used to transforming in the blink of an eye, and although they knew they would probably wind up changing before they could find shelter, at least they did not have to spend much more time out in the rain. Link did sigh a little to himself before he glanced up to Sheik, inwardly figuring that she had transformed as well. Even after three months time, it was still tricky for him to tell when she had transformed, but her previous exclamation and the look on her, well… his face seemed to show that he had in fact changed.

    Transformed or not, he was just glad they would be able to take cover now. With a a nod to Sheik at his words, Link simply added, "Yeah." There wasn't really much else to say at the moment, but all the same, it was nice that the cave was here. Making sure to watch his footing as they closed the distance between their current position and the mouth of the cave, Link followed after Sheik, only stopping to shake the water off of himself as best he could once they were out of the rain.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Fri Jan 02, 2015 12:19 pm

    With Link right beside him, Sheik continued on into the cave, only moving to take the bandages off of his head once they were fully covered by the rocky ceiling. He squeezed what water he could from the bandages before shaking his head slightly, trying to get at least a little water off of himself even before his inherently fast-drying nature kicked in. That was one advantage around these curses, both for having them activated and reversed; all of the Hyruleans were able to dry off rather quickly, so no matter what form they happened to be in, at least they did not have to stay soaking wet for very long. Sheik knew full well that another double-edged sword of his own particular curse was that he at least remained the same species… he did have to contend with the annoyance of wet clothes for a short time, but the same as that, he did not have to worry about wet fur when his curse was triggered. Impa, Link, and Link had all assured him various times that it was not too bad nor too different, especially with their own quick-drying nature, and while he was glad for that, he did still sympathize with each of them.

    As it was, Link seemed to have shaken most of the excess water off of his frame so that they could both start drying off. Smiling softly as he pulled down the collar of his tunic and placed the bandages of his turban back on his head, Sheik stated, "Hopefully this rain won't last too long. Regardless, if you'd like, perhaps I can heat up some water so we can change back." The disguised prince was not too worried about changing back just yet himself, as he felt that he would rather stay in this form for a little while before just being splashed again, but at the very least, he could help Link change back once he was ready. It might have been easiest to just go ahead and be splashed whilst he was still wet, but sometimes when he had been splashed, Sheik was content to just be in his cursed form for a little while. After all, strange as it could still be from time to time, it wasn't bad.


    Sighing a little to himself as he glanced out towards the rain, Sheik turned back to Link and Tatl, noting, "Rain or not, I'm glad you're both here." He could handle this alone of course, but regardless of some of the subconscious doubt he was starting to feel due to the situation, the company was nice. Even with this unexpected turn, it had still been a nice afternoon so far, and he was sure that it was going to continue as such even if it took them longer to return home.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Sat Jan 03, 2015 5:18 am

    As Link did his best to shake the excess water off of his body (something that he found surprisingly easy in his rabbit frame despite barely being able to mimic it in his Hylian body), he noticed that Sheik had also tried to get some of the water out of the bandages on his had. Yet again, he was very grateful that they each had a fast-drying nature, but he could fully understand wanting to assist it along in one way or another. Glancing up to the disguised prince at his words, Link smiled a little himself, nodding as he noted, "Hopefully… maybe it will go away about as quick as it first appeared." As for the offer of heating up some water to change them back, the Hero of Time couldn't help but broaden his smile. "I'm all right to stay like this for now, but after a little while, that sounds like a good idea… thanks, Sheik."

    As the two kids got situated, Tatl moved to rapidly flap her wings, giving herself a quick shake to rid all of the remaining water droplets from her frame. Glancing over Link and Sheik, she barely managed to suppress a grumble to herself. Sure, the two of them were experts at handling the curses by now, but she was still annoyed that they hadn't been able to avoiding transforming this time. She wasn't annoyed at them of course; no, she sympathize with them. She was more annoyed at the situation because even though she knew that the chance of them getting to cover before the changes happened was infinitesimal at best, a part of her had still hoped that their luck would prevail. Well, at least they were safe and sound… and now they could wait out this blasted rain before continuing home.

    At Sheik's statement regarding him and Tatl being there, Link's ears perked up slightly. He agreed wholeheartedly, but hearing his friend say that still made him feel good. Smiling a little more, he said, "Yeah… I'm glad you're here too." Whether they were transformed or not, there was hardly anyone he would have rather been with right now.

    Even with the short, heartfelt moment here, Tatl simply chimed before quipping, "Me too. Company always helps with waiting out the rain." The Terminian fairy had been stuck in the rain many times before, and she knew better than anyone that the only thing worse than being stuck in the rain was being stuck in the rain alone. After all, that was how she and Tael had first met Skull Kid… the turn things took sometime after that fateful meeting wasn't fair at all, but.. no, she wasn't going to dwell on that now. She'd moved past it now, and that stood regardless of the fact that she'd since learned that Link had in fact been successful in saving Termina… at least outside of the point in time she and he had been pulled from.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Tue Jan 06, 2015 4:51 am

    "It might," noted Sheik, nodding at Link's musing regarding the rain. It was a summer storm after all, and they tended to be rather sudden both in their arriving and fading. That same seasonal weather tendency had been effectively true back in Hyrule, and that was another aspect of the climate of this world that each of them had been grateful to see in action. It was another subconscious comfort that even in a world so seemingly different from their own, there were definitely a few similarities. Those had helped them better adapt to their place here, and that held true even with the occasional inconvenience that accompanied the rains this summer.

    Smiling a little more at Link's assurance that he was fine to stay in his rabbit form for the time being, Sheik found himself feeling a touch better about their inadvertent transformation. As had been the case since shortly after they were cursed, he minded the involuntary nature of them far more than he did the form he took when splashed. If he had been able to control any of the transformations, in effect freeing the action from its title of being a curse, then that would have been just fine. Save a couple of awkward moments here and there, he did not mind being a boy… much as he'd gathered from his family's own curses though, he just minded not being able to choose when he wanted to physically be his altered form or not.

    Still, at the very least he was all right, and more than that, he wasn't alone. Grinning a bit at Link and Tatl's words, Sheik soon glanced about the interior of the small cave. There was still more than enough light filtering in from outside to help them see out there as well as anything around the mouth of the cave, so he decided he didn't need to cast any light or fire spells to help them see better. With that much settled, the disguised prince moved to take a seat on the floor of the cave, sighing a little as he was now able to rest his feet. He was all but completely dry now, and from the look of things, Link was nearly dried off as well, and he was sure that that was going to make their waiting much more comfortable. And set to add to that, he couldn't help but chuckle as he thought back to their adventure from just the past hour.

    "I'm sure Link will be amused when he sees that we brought back some silver rupees." Those had been the items in question that Impa had sought from the temple today, and given the difference in their size and value between the two time periods, the disguised prince could hardly wait to see the Hero of Winds reaction to seeing them in person.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Tue Jan 06, 2015 5:45 am

    At Tatl's own voiced agreement about being happy to not be alone in the rain, Link couldn't help but think back to any of her mentions of taking shelter from the rain with Tael. There was one of those times in particular that kind of stuck with the Terminian fairy, but the important thing was that she had apparently long since moved past that. She had not let it get to her too much back during that quest, but it was still comforting to see that she had been able to do even better than she previously was.

    Link was admittedly glad that they still had enough light to see everything in this cave, and as Sheik moved to take a seat, the younger boy slowly stepped towards him before getting settled himself. He had got used to sitting as a rabbit and using many angles to do so, and right now, he decided to opt for simply sitting down with his feet up and propped on their heels. It had taken him a few tries to master achieving this position without doing so awkwardly, but regardless as to how he landed in it, he found it to be surprisingly comfortable.

    As Tatl took to checking the back of the cave for her own sake, Link's ears perked up at Sheik's soft chuckle. Once the disguised prince noted just what he was amused about, the Hero of Time laughed a little himself. "I definitely think he will be. He was already amazed when I first told him about the silver rupees from our time, so it should be great to see his reaction with having some back at the inn."
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Thu Jan 08, 2015 7:59 am

    The trip to the Shadow Temple had been one of their quicker adventures inside of the dungeon, but it had still been a nice one. By now, between their combined experience in it both in Hyrule as well as on the Breach, both Sheik and Link were very skilled at navigating its treacherous depths. All of the doors had since been unlocked by this point, and unless if Impa reset them for any to attempt to challenge the temple, they would stay that way until then. Even with the way that open doors expedited any travel through it, the temple was still neat to explore each time they entered it.

    As far as getting to the Shadow Temple went, Shiek knew full well that they could have simply warped to and from the graveyard today, but the chances to also use their trip as one to search for clues to a cure as well as getting to spend more time out and about with Link certainly made taking the long way more than worth it. Even though their risk of transforming had come true on their return trip, at least it had been otherwise uneventful.

    Still, it would have been nice to find a hint to a possible cure along with the silver rupees. At least their main objective had been completed, and as it was, the two friends were positive that the older Link would like the result of that. Nodding to Link, Sheik stated, "Of course. Although they can have magical properties tied to unlocking secrets in dungeons, the fact that they're worth as much as a blue rupee still seems to be what baffles him the most about them."
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Fri Jan 09, 2015 2:05 am

    "Yeah, it is! I was confused to learn about the difference too." Link had already told the future Link about the rupees of his own time long before Sheik had arrived, and although the older boy had been intrigued by the fact that collecting rupees could help him proceed in a room in the temple, he had most definitely been far more confused by the fact that silver rupees were worth 5 instead of 200. Granted, the Hero of Time had also been a little confused the first time he had collected them during his quest, but he had cared far more about progressing in the given dungeon room than how much they filled up his wallet.

    "That baffled ME when Link told me how much they were worth in Hyrule." Rupees were pretty much the same between Hyrule and Termina, but silver rupees presented a stark difference, being worth 100 rupees in her home world.

    "Ha-ha, and I was very surprised when I found out how much a silver rupee was worth in Termina!" It had been a very pleasant surprise, but a surprise nonetheless. As far as rupees themselves went though, he had been equally amazed to learn that while gold rupees had disappeared  by the time of the Great Sea (possibly due to having become so rare), their equal counterparts the orange rupees had instead had their value halved. Somehow, over the centuries, they had gone from being worth 200 to 100! As far as he could tell, it might have been because they had got smaller by that point, whether or not they'd become more common. In the end though, what really mattered was that they had still been a great, reliable currency, and even though they were not of much use in that regard on Portal Breach, at least they could hold onto these pieces of their homeworld.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:29 pm

    When Sheik and the older Link had gone through the Shadow Temple for the first time, they had of course collected the rupees, but much like the younger Link had been on his first foray through the dungeon, they had been far more concerned about solving the challenges of the dungeon than lining their wallet. The rupees had since been left to the temple and become an interesting point in conversations, but now, Link would be able to have some silver rupees for his very own. They could reset in the temple of course, but these were set for the Hero of Winds to add to his impressive collection.

    Laughing a little at Tatl's note about silver rupees differing between Hyrule and Termina, Sheik noted, "Well, like we've said before, even though the two worlds are connected and very similar, maybe silver rupees are just much more common in Hyrule, even if they're still primarily found in dungeons. They might not be as easy to come by, but they're in greater abundance."

    It made enough sense to the disguised prince at least. Granted, he was already familiar with silver rupees thanks to where he had grown up far before he saw his first ones inside of the Shadow Temple, but even so, the availability of things did often seem tied to their supposed values. "Regardless, I'm just glad that we've still been able to find rupees from time to time even though we have to use credits in this world."
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Mon Jan 12, 2015 2:41 pm

    "Yeah, that makes sense," mused Tatl, bobbing her glow a little. Chiming softly, she soon added, "And at least with them not being worth as much, you run less of a risk of filling up your wallet in a dungeon." That was always one of the most annoying things when it came to exploring… she had seen Link readily investigating every corner of a temple or even hacking away at the grass, and whether he found what he was looking for or something completely unexpected, more than a few times, he had come across some rupees that he simply couldn't hold. Even with his own impressive Hyrulean storage space, neither it nor his wallet had infinite capacities, and if his wallet couldn't hold them, he had to let them sit.

    Link could not help but laugh sheepishly at that, as Tatl had a very good point. It had been an annoyance before, but at the same time, he had since learned how to better manage what he had in his wallet so that he could make the most use of picking up rupees around his quests. As far as not being able to collect certain rupees went, the fairy imagined that that was a pain that just about any Hyrulean adventurer was familiar with, and although they had each had to make the switch from rupees to credits here, at the very least, they were able have larger wallets now, and they were still able to add rupees to their ever-growing collections of items from home.

    "Yeah, me too," stated Link, nodding in agreement with Sheik over their chance to find rupees. He still preferred them over credits even though both were equally useful, but at least they had all been able to add to what had arrived here with them inside of their wallets. "It's good to know that the Shadow Temple always has them, but it's even better whenever we find some by surprise outside of it."
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Thu Jan 15, 2015 1:50 pm

    Unable to suppress an amused grin at Tatl's note about not having to worry about filling up either of their wallets, Sheik soon laughed a little along with Link. He might not have had to explore dungeons and temples in quite the same way his friend had, but even coming from the castle where funds were rarely a question, he still knew that frustration of finding a rupee of any denomination, only to learn that it would not fit in his wallet. Much like his best friend, he learned how to manage his money well, both in what he picked up and spent, and most of that came from firsthand experience in the time he spent in Kakariko Village.

    "Definitely," agreed Sheik, nodding to Link's note about the pleasant surprise of finding rupees outside of the Shadow Temple. Honestly, finding a rupee was just about as great a surprise as finding a Kinstone was in this world. It was a little amusing to think that an item that had once been so common for them had since become something almost as nice to find as a bottle or even a piece of heart when one least expected it. Still, be it Hyrule or the Breach, rupees were always nice to find, and the disguised prince hoped that they only continued to find more of them. "Now what we need to do to surprise him even more is to see if we can find a silver rupee from his time."
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Thu Jan 15, 2015 2:13 pm

    Tatl pulsed her a glow a little as Link and Sheik chuckled at her assessment. Hey, it was the truth, but it was admittedly kind of funny. Thankfully, those wallets were able to keep any of the rupees they had here, and any retired ones were able to aid treasure chests in the proper storage of them back at the Stock Pot Inn. At the very least, not a single chest was dedicated to holding a single, green rupee… THAT would have just been ridiculous.

    Soon laughing a little more at Sheik's suggestion, Link gave an eager nod before stating, "That could be fun. It's been nice getting to see some of the rupees from his time already, and even though they're all just about the same as ours, I would like to see a larger silver rupee." Different rupees had been just one of the many things that the two boys had shared with each other after they had both first arrived here, as the same with arrows and other ammunition, it had been neat to see how things looked across the two different points in time. Even something as common as a green rupee had still been fascinating to compare, and the Hero of Time was happy to get to add something else to that assortment of items once they returned to the inn.
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Zelda/Sheik on Sun Jan 18, 2015 2:02 am

    Nodding in agreement with Link's sentiment and wish to see a larger silver rupee, Sheik found himself once again grateful for the previous chances to share items across the two times. Whether it was weapons, attire, key items, rupees, or anything else, it was always amazing to see just how similar things were from the two eras. Rupees were practically identical, and even items that changed appearance such as the hookshot and iron boots were still remarkably similar.

    A moment later, Sheik glanced out of the mouth of the cave at the catching sight of the latest flash of lightning. As the sky darkened once more, an echo of thunder rumbled over the forest, and even though this rainstorm had not quite reached the level of a downpour, regardless of the thunder and lightning, the disguised prince was more glad than ever that they had been able to find shelter so easily. If the movement of the clouds was any indication, they would not be stuck here for more than an hour or two at most, but regardless as to how long they had to wait it out, Sheik was prepared to hunker down for all of it, and he was just glad to be able to spend the time with great company.

    Sighing a little to himself as he watched the rain fall, he noted, "It looks like we got in here just in time… at least it's moving though." Although they had already been out in the rain long enough to transform, now it was coming down just a little heavier than when they had first ducked into the cave. Looking to see which way the slight wind was blowing, Sheik tried to figure out just how this storm was moving as he openly mused, "I wonder if the city has been caught in some of the rain too… it shouldn't last much longer than this, but maybe it's at least on the fringe of the storm instead of catching something like this."
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    Re: A Boy and his Bunny

    Post by Link64 on Sun Jan 18, 2015 2:53 pm

    Link perked up slightly as lightning lit up the sky again, soon following Sheik's gaze as he looked outside of the cave. The rain had definitely picked up even more since they had managed to get out from under it, and although he knew that both of them were more than capable of being out in weather like that cursed or not, he was very glad for the chance to wait it out safely. The two had been dry for quite some time and even if they had transformed, that in and of itself was definitely nice. It wasn't bad being out in the rain when you were taking care of something, but it was tough to beat the satisfactory feeling that you got whenever you had dried off from such a time, no matter how long you happened to be drenched.

    With a nod to echo Sheik's words, Link moved a little closer to the disguised prince, his own blue eyes glancing skyward to see if he could pick up the movement of the rain clouds. It wasn't as rapid as some summer storms were, but he could definitely see that the weather system appeared to be moving. He figured that if they were here past a certain point, they might just set out anyway via a warp or otherwise, but even though he and his friends had means to travel great distances very quickly, sometimes, it really was nice to take the scenic route. If nothing else, whilst their trip to the Shadow Temple had not found any clues to remove their curses, the final leg of their return trip just might. It was a slim chance of course, but it was better than nothing.

    As Sheik pondered whether the rain might be hitting the city as well, Link hummed a little in thought. It was certainly possible… if it wasn't still raining when they returned, they would have to ask Link and Impa once they met up with them again. Still, the Hero of Time couldn't help but chuckle a little sheepishly as he said, "It's a shame that the Song of Storms probably wouldn't help us out here… or at least not for much more than the immediate area."

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