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12/24/2019 c1 1xavierxaphista
Such a beautiful story. You pull the reader along like they know what Tetra is thinking, and the remorse for not being with Link's grandma at the end, a remorse Link similarly felt.
7/9/2019 c1 5baud001
That was cute, in an hopefull way.

I never played that game, but I didn't really missed anything
5/25/2019 c1 2k+Hawki
-So, but of a solid start, but there’s a bit of a…not exactly a contradiction, but a noticeable deviation. You start off by saying that no-one fears Tetra. Then, a few paragraphs down, we get into Tetra burning ships and fortresses, which I assume would be good reason for people to fear her. Granted, two years pass between the first line and that line, but it’s noticeable nonetheless.

-Also, minor point, is this meant to be taking Phantom Hourglass into account or not? Like, it establishes that Link and Tetra have aged, but the sense I got from PH is that they leave after WW, have that adventure, discover New Hyrule, cue Spirit Tracks three centuries later. This however, is a bit more creative as far as canon goes.

-Anyway, the above points aside, this is very well written. Flows well, is sombre, and while Tetra’s different here from how we see her in-game, it’s character development that feels very plausible. Also Link and Tetra fluff, which is always nice to see. Really does a good job of delving into her sense of identity, and the shift that occurs from going from pirate to ruler. So, very well done.

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