The Legend of Zelda: Path of Ascension

The Legend of Zelda: Path of Ascension

Allen Martin Bair

Language: English

Pages: 203

ISBN: 1:00035564

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

As an older Link and Zelda find themselves unable to return to the realm of Hyrule's gods, a new darkness seeks to destroy Zelda and all of Hylia's heirs. Link and Zelda's adult children must find a way to help their parents, and rise to the challenge of fulfilling their own destinies in the legend. The sequal to "The Legend of Zelda: The Stargate Chronicles." My final Zelda crossover novel. Contains crossover elements from The Legend of Zelda, Stargate, Myst, Kingdom Hearts, and Star Trek.

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him as well as the barrier. Ironically, “Holy Light” was one of the simpler spells, or manipulations of their world through magic. All they were doing was creating pure light. In its most basic usage, it took no more energy than flipping a light switch. But the guardsmen, and all of Hyrule, didn't just need a light switch. The intensity and purity of the light required a concentration and application of power which, when put to other uses, might level mountains, or even move planetary bodies

except for some blinking lights and several red crystals which seemed to be embedded in its corners. He recognized them as sangraal crystals. “Okay Daniel, I'm here. I'm pretty sure you are too. How do I get this thing open without it hurting you?” He said out loud, but he only got silence as a response. “Damn.” He swore. “I don't have the time for this. Zelda might be able to figure this box out in a few minutes, but I sure can't.” He stood back from the box and pointed his pistol at

few months since the last time they had come out to the house in Ordon. “Mother?” She heard Gaepora's voice in the void of her mind that she had retreated to. It was a place she hadn't visited in a long time, but she found it as quiet and peaceful as she always had before. His voice, however much she loved it, was a startling and unwelcome intrusion. “Mother?” The voice called out again, and she began to lose her peaceful focus as she began to return back from the void into her conscious

now. “But why, then, did you block their ability to rejoin you where they belong?” He asked. “My mother doesn't have much time left. Why won't you help them?” Nayru closed her eyes as if she was debating how much to say. She took in a deep breath and let it back out slowly. “I could do that too. But then what happens if they are able to rejoin us and another crisis occurs here in the mortal plane?” “What do you mean?” Daphnes asked. “I don't understand.” “I know, dear one. Let me try

Lady? “Interesting reading?” Came a voice from behind him. It was not a voice he had heard often in his own life, but he remembered it all the same from the few times he had as he looked up from his book, and twisted slowly around. What he saw was the form of a younger man in a green tunic and long cap. The younger man glowed with a golden light and power as he stood there. “Unfortunately no, my Lord.” He told the Hero with some regret. “I can't seem to find anything to help my Lady with

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