(A.N.) Hey everyone! This is my first FanFiction ever! So please be nice to me and my writing. I've always wanted to write and FanFic and I have so many ideas for other one's based off of books, anime's, etc. I am a HUGE LOZ fan (among other things, lol) so I decided to write this idea first. This is an AU fanfic. I hope you all enjoy is, and please review and help me out, I love input from any and every one and constructive criticism is welcome!
P.S : It's rated T for now but it will probably change to M later on.
Disclaimer: I don't own The Legend of Zelda or anything affiliated with the game.
The Legend of Zelda : Rise of Majora
Chapter 1 – Summer vacation is over!
"BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP!"
"Ughh…" Someone groaned under a pile of blankets.
"BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP!" The alarm clock continued to go off.
"BEEP, BEEP, BEEP, BEEP….SLAM!" A hand shout out from underneath the blankets a slammed down hard on the alarm clock. A few seconds later the blankets began to shift and were soon thrown off, revealing blonde haired blue eyed boy no older than 17.
Link groaned again as he rubbed his eyes. Today was the first day of his third year at Hyrule High School. He quickly hopped out of bed and made his way to the bathroom just outside his room and turned on the shower. As Link stripped off his clothing and got into the shower he began to think about all of the friends that he had made over the past two years at school. He was happy to be able to see them all once again now that summer vacation was over. His thoughts soon wandered to a particular individual and a certain sensitive part of his body began to prickle. Link blushed and quickly shut off the water. Shaking his thoughts away, he stepped out and dried himself off. After wrapping a towel around his waist, Link reached for the door and opened it, only to find someone was standing just outside.
"SARIA!" Link nearly fell backwards from shock.
Saria merely giggled as Link had just managed to grab the towel around his waist before it fell.
"Saria, don't scare me like that!" Link said as he wiped a strand of wet hair that had fallen onto his face.
"Hehe, sorry Link. I just wanted to see if you were awake yet, and you are! So, good morning!" Saria smiled brightly at Link as she spoke.
Link sighed and smiled back at her, "Good morning Saria."
Saria and Link had been best friends for as long as Link could remember. Not only were they best friends, but he also lived with Saria and her parents
"Saria." Link thought absently. He was always grateful for what Saria's parents did for him. Link never knew his parents, just that his mother had been close friends with Saria's family and she had one day stopped by their house with a baby. Link never knew why, but for some reason his mother had left him in the care of Saria's parents. After much coaxing from Links' mother, they finally agreed to adopt him. And just like that, she was gone. As the Link and Saria grew up, they became very close. You could say that they had a very "brother/sister/bestfriend" sort of bond. Link had often thought of who his real parents were, but after a long time he realized they were never coming back for him and he decided to move on with his life. As such, he had actually formed a promising relationship with his foster parents. They helped out Link and Saria with whatever they could, but Link only let them help him out with school tuition. He had gotten a job as a goat herder at a local farm that paid better than most. With the job, Link was able to buy a cheap car and a decent cell phone. His foster parents had always tried to help him with the bills, but Link refused when he could. He just felt that it was wrong; he couldn't allow them to pay for everything, especially after they were so kind enough to adopt him.
"Helllooooo! Earth to Link!" Saria said as she waved her hands in front of Link's face.
Link blinked twice, slightly confused. "Huh? Oh…sorry, I must've spaced out."
"Well hurry up and get changed, or we're gonna be late for school!" Saria said as she ushered Link out of the bathroom.
"Alright, alright! I'm going ok? Sheesh." Link grumbled as he walked from the bathroom to his room and shut the door to change.
Saria laughed and then made her way down to the kitchen to fix herself some breakfast. Link finished changing a few minutes later and rushed downstairs to quickly eat some breakfast. Saria had already finished and was waiting for him with her school bag, which looked more like an over-sized purse. She was wearing a pair of blue jeans and a short sleeve green t-shirt that hugged her curves modestly.
"C'mon Link, hurry up and finish your breakfast!" Saria yelled.
Link, who happened to have a large amount of food in his mouth, mumbled something incoherent. He wore a snug white V-neck t-shirt and a pair of slightly torn light blue jeans.
"How can you wear clothes like that Link? Honestly…"
Link washed down his food with a glass of milk, grabbed his book bag and keys and made his way to the door, ignoring Saria's question. "Let's go Saria, we don't want to be late remember?" Link said as he rolled his eyes. He got along with Saria pretty well most of the time; I mean they are best friends, but sometimes she acted all motherly on him. Speaking of, where was their mother? Or their father?
As if on cue both parents stuck their heads around the corner, "Have a good day you two!" They said in unison.
"Bye mom! Bye dad!" Saria replied with a big smile on her face.
"Thanks, bye!" Was all Link said, but the smile on his face said more. He honestly loved them both, but he just couldn't bring himself to call them his parents. It just sounded so fake. Somewhere in the back of his mind, Link would always wonder where his parents ran off to.
Saria made it to the car first and Link unlocked it so she could get inside. It was a 2008 black Passat, nothing fancy but Link loved it. After all, he did buy it with his own money. Link put his book bag in the backseat and got in the front. A few minutes later they were on the road to Hyrule high school. As they drove down the road, Link making turns wherever they were needed, Saria looked out the window anxiously. Link laughed internally, "She must be nervous, it's only her second year here."
"You nervous?" Link asked, not taking his eyes off the road.
"What?" Saria replied. Apparently her mind was elsewhere.
Link laughed, "Don't worry, you'll be fine. I mean, you've already finished one year, right?"
"Yeah, right…" was all Saria said.
Link smiled back at her, "Don't worry Saria, I got your back."
This made Saria smile, "Thanks Link!"
It was one of the reasons why she liked him so much, he was always looking out for her. She never really knew why. Of course, she knew they were best friends but she couldn't but feel like it was something more. Maybe it was because her parents had taken him in, and he felt that it was his responsibility to look out for her? In either case, she knew she would just fine.
As long as Link was there.