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message 1: by Nina Sakura, ɪᴛ's ᴀ sᴇᴄʀᴇᴛ ᴛᴏ ᴇᴠᴇʀʏʙᴏᴅʏ (new)

Nina Sakura (SakuraNina) | 58 comments Mod
Majora's Mask is the sixth game in the Zelda series, and it was originally released for the N64. You can roleplay about it here.


message 2: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili sat at the milk bar, the band lazily playing away. After all the chaos, things had finally settled in Termina, as well as clock town. She still didn't let her guard down, however. She occupied a dark corner, away from people, and sipped at her milk. Yet again, this milk harvest was a delicacy of Romani ranch. She glanced at the patrons, making note of faces, and personalities.


message 3: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka wanders into the town, on his way to the inn to deliver an item. He was used to being around humans but they always seemed to give him odd looks. He hummed as he walked, noting the change in decor and remembering the festival was happening. "Oh right, that's tonight." he says to himself, knowing it meant the inn was closed. He kicks at the ground and sighs, not sure what to do now and not feeling like going back home yet. After hearing some commotion form the near by bar he decides he might as well check it out.


message 4: by Matt (last edited Mar 30, 2015 04:36PM) (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments "Kuso!" Gijjie muttered out to himself as he scuttled along the roof's of the clocktown, making the building's surrounding him, his play-park. Gijiie lept down and yelled with a quietened, yelp. The Hylian nomad dusted his coat of the odd speck of dirt and grit. He peers around cautiously before pushing the door open into the Milk bar, pulling up his hood over his head as he did and pulling up the mask to cover his nose and mouth.


message 5: by Gueron (last edited Mar 30, 2015 04:46PM) (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka watches the strange hooded human enter the bar and followed after him. Having never been in a bar before he was rather surprised at the noises and people inside it. "Well this looks pleasent" he mutters quietly making his way down the stairs and finding a table to sit at. He tried not to pull too much attention but was unsure of what to really do


message 6: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili looks over to the new patron, making a mental note. She had heard him yell outside. She shook her head, and peered into her now almost empty tankard of milk, muttering something about another idiot in the bar.


message 7: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gijjie took very little notice of the Zora, he'd encountered many along his travels, even assisted some with their fishing and learnt many skills of deep-diving also. The Hylian took his seat at the counter, reaching into his adult pouch and placed a blue rupee on the wood. "Vina Na'istri... Kuzo'i." He mumbled out past his mask. He kept his head down low, turning his head from side to side to meet inspection of the patrons.


message 8: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka looked around, before reaching into his belt and fishing for rupees. "I wonder if they even have drinks for my kind here." he slowly walked over to the bar, waiting behind the hooded figure for his turn to order something.


message 9: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili left a tip on the table for the bar owner, and disappeared into the shadows. The door opened and closed without a sound. She made her way through town, her eyes turning skyward as the clock began its movement. It was about time for fireworks. Children ran passed her. A small dog barked at her, grabbing her attention for one minute. She shooed it away with her foot,and decided to climb higher to get a better view. Things seemed too peaceful; it was almost hard to believe one day ago they may have been destroyed by a falling moon.


message 10: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gijjie took the milk from the owner and stuffed it into his pouch, offering a gentle nod to the Zora behind him, simply from his policy of manners. The noble Hylian walked past the Zora, making sure not to bump into him. But as he get's halfway up the staircase, curiosity arises. Gijjie turned back to take a quick glance at the Zora, it had only just struck him, just how weird it was for a Zora to be in clocktown for something other than the festivities taking place outside. A simple shrug tells himself that it wasn't any of his business.

The hylian pushes open the door and seems equally cautious of a race he had not yet encountered, but just like he, the person seemed as though they'd prefer to keep to themselves. His own reason for being in ClockTown was indeed questionable and it made no sense for him to question other's. But as the Hylian stormed to the right of the woman, his perception failed him and his shoulder's accidentally barged into hers. Upon collision, due to a poorly closed pouch; Gijjie's fresh milk jar plummeted down to the ground, similar to that of the moon, only much much faster. And this time, the jar was successful. Shattered glass decorated the steps, along with a river of milk, making their way down the streets, as though the milk sought after a life better than being consumed by an awfully parched Hylian.


message 11: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka watched the figure leave, smiling at it nodded to him. He turned, ordering his own milk before heading out. He was rather curious to see what this festival was all about. As he opened the door and walked out he witnessed the collision of two people, one being the hooded figure from before. He didn't feel it was much his business to interfere but chose to walk over anyway "Hey, umm, You two alright?" he asked


message 12: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili let out a small cry of shocked as the Hylian man crashed into her. His glass bottle shattered at her feet. She looked at him, pink eyes glowing faintly in the moonlight. She said nothing for several moments, then shook her head as if slightly disappointed. Her hands rested on her hidden swords.

Her attention soon turned to the Zora. She looked at him curiously. Not only was he a long way from where he lived, but the Zora himself was fairly odd. She'd never seen a zora with red scales. Perhaps he was nobility. Either way, their presence made her feel awkward. "Skuzi..."She said after a long while. She bowed, and left, hoping her simple apology was enough to dismiss the awkward incident.


message 13: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie seems rather confused by the whole encounter, staying silent for a few moments, intrigued by the woman's racial traits. He then turns to the Zora, his red scales brighter than ever in the rather dark streets. "Yes. I'm fine, your highness." He mutters out, resting on one knee, bowing his head down.


message 14: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili found a place high above clock town. The view was perfect for fireworks. Soon, brilliant explosions of various colors lit up the night. Happy music played. Couples sat under the moon and watched as the fireworks signalled the start of the midnight hour, and the final hour of the festivities.


message 15: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka looks at the woman, rather confused at what she said but assumed it was some form of, 'I'm ok' he let out a soft sigh before looking to the hooded boy. "Highness?" He asked as the boy knelt in front of him "Now now, no need to do that, I'm no one special." He said, scratching his head, rather embarrassed


message 16: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie threw his glance upwards at the Zora, bringing himself back up to the seat. He was rather confused at this point, simply folding his arms as a way to hug himself, in an effort for comfort. He reached out a hand and pointed at the Zora boy's features. "But, the red scales. Clear sign of royalty, is it not?" He realized just how insensitive he must have been by pointing things out like that. The Hylian loosened his stance, pulling down his mask and his hood. His hair was chalk-white, one eye green, the other blue. Brown tattoos of the tri-force, and many other heroic cultist symbols decorate his neck, leading up to his jawline. He nodded his head gently, "I'm sorry. I am Gajjie, perhaps we outa' follow that girl? Mr...?"


message 17: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments He tilted his head "M..me, royalty?" He said surprised, he had no true memory of where he was from but believed himself to be a normal Zora "I knew my scales were different but I am no royalty." He shook his head, regaining his composure, than nodded "I..I suppose we should, oh am I am Noka. Pleasure." He smiled and offered a friendly bow


message 18: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie nodded with a simple smile, he turned his back to the Zora. On his torso, a simple black cloth trenchcoat. His boots made of brown leather, buckles on his grey pants. He wore a sword equal in size to the fabled, "Hero's Sword". A torn and tattered grey shirt, the rips showing off some more of his brown tattoos. The Hylian covered his hands with brown fingerless gloves. The boy reached for his belt, also brown in colour. He took out a blue spring loaded hook and fired the contraption up to the roof above of him and his body shot up at phenomenal speeds, flipping forwards and landing with his feet with a loud, "Hijaaah!" The boy turned to the Zora and motioned him upwards, before quickly turning to notice the woman from eariler, from him but easily a distance to be traveled with his acrobatic abilities.


message 19: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili heard an unfamiliar metallic sound. She soon saw the man who had bumped into her earlier. How he found her again, she didn't know. She reached for her sword, ready to strike if need be. For all she knew, he was some wierdo stalker; almost like the crazed man who hid in the kid's park, watching the old lady.


message 20: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka watched the boy, sighing a bit and shaking his head "Never will I understand humans" he says as he runs after the boy, jumping up the wall and flipping onto the same roof. Walking up behind the boy and looking at the odd girl.


message 21: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments She looked at the two, facing them, arms in her sleeves. She had an eyebrow raised, but was saying nothing. Her eyes asked all the questions. Why were they there, and what did they want?


message 22: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie peered behind him, checking to make sure that the new acquaintance was continuing to follow him. The Hylian crouched down before sprinting forwards, leaping forwards off of rooftop and pulling himself up the town walls. He continued his spree of marvelous acrobatics, making sure the girl would not move by peeking at the corner of his eye. Gajjie leaped to the left, swiping his hand out and firing the hookshot once more at the wooden fence on the rooftop. The chain pulls him towards the fence and he flips forwards once more over the fence and onto his feet.

"I-Ughh... I'm sorry about earlier." He mutters out in a humble tone, rubbing lightly at the back of his neck.


message 23: by Shizuna (last edited Mar 30, 2015 07:45PM) (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments She looked toward him, and nodded. The atmosphere didn't feel right. It was as if something ominous lay on the horizon. She looked past him, eyes furrowed in focus, her hand firmly grasping her blades. Something was coming. She looked at them. "Ready yourself." Was all she said. As she did, something broke down the wall of clock town closest to them. Something the size of giants, but far less friendly. The force knocked her back.

For a second, she was forced into the air. She quickly righted herself as she saw what lay before her. "A dragon? No...It's no dragon..."She said to herself, studying it. It looked like some sort of mutated demon thing with one large eye and wings. It had sharp claws, and a mouth full of teeth, and was apparently not friendly. Just what sort of creature was this?

The townspeople scrambled below. Khajili unsheathed her swords, and sent herself spiraling at the demon from the west, aimed at the spot between the nape of its neck, and its wings.


message 24: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka lets out a heavy sigh as he sees the strange creature break into the city, using the blades on his arms to keep from getting knocked back, digging them into the wall "Never a dull moment in this city.." he says before taking a fighting stance


message 25: by Matt (last edited Mar 30, 2015 08:44PM) (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie drew his sword out slightly, staring the rare creature up and down, scanning for any sign of weakness based on it's posture. The Hylian fighter ran to the side of the fence and took three steps on the wall, leaping skyward and spinning in the air, gathering up as much speed and strength as he can. Gajji throws his body form, sword held in one hand, flying toward's the dragon's right leg.


message 26: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili stabbed her blades into the nape of the monster's neck, slicing downward and taking out a chunk of its nerves. She then bounced off of it and ran the blade along its neck, blood splattering onto the ground like rain drops, and creating a river of crimson below them.


message 27: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka waited for the right moment, holding his arms in a cross shape and closing his eyes. When it came he let out a yell and whipped his arms foward, the large sharp fins on his forearms flying toward the beast, slicing into it. He than ran forward, leaping into the air, spinning and catching the blades than landing on the beasts head with both feet, pushing down hard trying to knock it over


message 28: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments She tears at the neck of the monster, severing it, and is met with a waterfall of its deep crimson life force. The beast lay dead before them. She had done her job. She looked at them, bowed, and jumped into the air, disappearing.

She reappeared at her room in the small inn. Her clothes would need to be washed for sure. Luckily she was alone, and there was the wash room. She tidied herself and her clothes up before going to bed. Her sleep was restless, however. She had seen the beast, but its origin was a mystery. Perhaps it came from far beyond the outskirts of Termina itself.


message 29: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka shook off the odd feeling that monster had given him, looking to the others. "That was not normal" he said, stating the obvious and looking to ask the girl if she knew what it was, but she had already left. He let out a soft sigh and decided it best if he returned home as well. He also bowed to the human and left, returning to his room in Great bay and falling on his bed, thinking back on the thoughts of the day before falling asleep


message 30: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments With all the commotion of the battle and strange encounters with strange, new people. Gijjie feels unsatisfied, he'd learnt how to stay awake for long periods of time, even weeks before... Losing one more night of sleep to him was nothing but a simple task. The Hylian lad aims his hook shot and fires, accelerating and flipping himself up the wall. He rests his legs, dangling them off the edge of the town wall and exhales gently, trying to conjure answers to the many mysterious; both in the land of Hyrule and Termina.


message 31: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili slept restlessly as her mind wandered to the thoughts of the previous night. She rose early, and dressed, heading out into the fog of the morning. Her attention now was drawn to the west of Termina, and far beyond its limits. Why had this creature come, and worse, what did it mean for this land.

She headed for the west gate, the sun up behind her. The guard stood firm in his place. He would not let her pass; at least, not until the sun rose enough to clear the fog. She sighed, and leaned against the wall.


message 32: by Gueron (last edited Apr 01, 2015 08:29PM) (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka stirred a bit, sprawled out on his bed in the Zora Domain. He slowly woke up, the familiar music filling his ears, as he yawned. He slowly got out of bed, stretching and looking around at his mess of a room. "Gah I really need to clean this place up." he muttered, kicking a some shells laying by his feet. He went about his wake up routine, thinking about the events of the previous day. "I still have no idea what that was, but I guess I might find out today." he sighs, realizing that he still had a job to do, grabbing the package from his table and getting dressed before heading out


message 33: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie seemed to have overestimated himself. There he was, sprawled out on top of the wall, defenceless in the outside world, the hero of Hyrule in his dreams. The typically rather serious Hylian, looked more than laughable at this time.

His snores would easily be heard by those, inside and outside of the Clock Town, playful hums, like that of a child present in his mating call for laziness.


message 34: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments After the sun was high in the sky, the cuccos began their calls. The smell of freshly baking food wafted the air of clock town. The metronome of the ticking clock, and the dull hum of the patrons seemed to be her only friend. Something inside was telling her she needed to wait a while longer before departing.

This thought was slightly broken by the sound of the clock tower trilling the morning hour; it's booming voice enough to wake even those as far as Romani ranch. She sighed. Why had this thought even crossed her mind? It was as if a voice was calling to her; that something about waiting would bring her the answer she sought.


message 35: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka wandered around Zora hall, smiling as he greeted friends and enjoyed the sounds of his normal life. He headed for the exit, waving goodbye to some friends, explaining his need to return to clock down before diving into the crystal clear water. He always felt at home swimming, as it darted around, leaping out every so often as he made his way inland. He wasn't sure what he would find in the human town today, but the thought of learning more about that odd creature excited him.


message 36: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gaijie heard the tower alright, just as every trembling bone in his body did. The sound echoed through his earholes and bombard his own drum with a sound with more percussion. The Hylian rolled, in an attempt to stop his eardrums from bursting and bleeding. But in doing, forgot where he was. "Dukw!" The Hylian yelped out as he fell onto a building with a straw roof and onto concrete ground. Ouch.

Gaijin opened his eyes to surprisingly enough, see two familiar faces. Faces he thought he'd been rid of. Two men, twins. One sporting a red shirt, the other blue. They were juggling each other's balls between one another... Symbolism for how their relationship, (in Gaijjie's eyes) really was. He lifted himself up and pulling at his fringe in irritation, "goddesses damm it ! It's you two again!"


message 37: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gaijie heard the tower alright, just as every trembling bone in his body did. The sound echoed through his earholes and bombard his own drum with a sound with more percussion. The Hylian rolled, in an attempt to stop his eardrums from bursting and bleeding. But in doing, forgot where he was. "Dukw!" The Hylian yelped out as he fell onto a building with a straw roof and onto concrete ground. Ouch.

Gaijin opened his eyes to surprisingly enough, see two familiar faces. Faces he thought he'd been rid of. Two men, twins. One sporting a red shirt, the other blue. They were juggling each other's balls between one another... Symbolism for how their relationship, (in Gaijjie's eyes) really was. He lifted himself up and pulling at his fringe in irritation, "goddesses damm it ! It's you two again!" He yelled out, turning and walking away from the flamboyant duo.


message 38: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili flinched as the clock let off its lats bellowing echo. She could never get used to that. Her heart raced slightly as something began drawing nearer to her. Something or someone was on the move. Quickly, she darted forward, in search of whoever or whatever was calling her.


message 39: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka leaped out of the water, rolling as he hit the beach, laughing to himself. "Ah that will never get old." he says as he slowly stands up and makes his way to clock town. He walked, a bit faster today as his excitement grew. As the walls of the town came into view he began running. Eager to see what he could learn


message 40: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie trembled as he walked, rather creeped out by the appearance of those same twins. They had been in every town he passed so far and that didn't bring him any leisure in rest, his nightmares of their sinister faces, their smiles of an almost vulgar intent. They were evil...

His eyes flipped up to notice the girl from before, Gajjie felt it best to thank her at the very least so he ran over to her, waving his hand as he took each step forwards."Oha'oi!" He heckled over the sounds of music and laughing citizens.


message 41: by Matt (new)

Matt (lusivanosin) | 32 comments Gajjie trembled as he walked, rather creeped out by the appearance of those same twins. They had been in every town he passed so far and that didn't bring him any leisure in rest, his nightmares of their sinister faces, their smiles of an almost vulgar intent. They were evil...

His eyes flipped up to notice the girl from before, Gajjie felt it best to thank her at the very least so he ran over to her, waving his hand as he took each step forwards."Oha'oi!" He heckled over the sounds of music and laughing citizens.


message 42: by Shizuna (new)

Shizuna | 15 comments Khajili saw the boy approach. "'Oi" She waved nervously, the thought in her head that perhaps this was what was telling her to wait. She walked up to him, the sun making her cloak cast a shadow across her face. Another feeling washed over her that she needed to wait for yet another person.


message 43: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka walked briskly up to the town entrance, he was excited but trying to focus on his original task. As he entered the town he caught a glimpse of the two he has encountered the previous day. He said nothing and quickly headed into the inn to make his delivery.

After completing his task he headed back outside to see if the two were still around. The curious Zora had questions and wanted answers. He looked ready for an adventure today. Donning some of his armor as well as a small sword across his lower back. As he walked over to them he was humming softly, his red scales shining slightly in the early morning sun.


message 44: by Lexa (last edited Apr 07, 2015 10:16AM) (new)

Lexa (x1d4dbx1f30cx1d4e3x1d4d2) | 461 comments The Dinolfos stalked through south Termina field, ready to lash out at anything that moved. He had already defeated several chuchus, and now seeked something else. Dinner. His head swayed left and right, the two beady eyes that inhabited it scanning the more grassy areas for animals, large or small. As it walked between the two lines of pillars, a voice rang out of the darkness.
'Well, you're a little far from home, aren't you?' The towering beast turned, to find a... A child! If a giant man-lizard could laugh, the Dinolfos would've been howling it's head off. Instead, it snarled and advanced menacingly towards him. The child stayed exactly where he was, his arms folded, and his head tilted slightly to the right. Whereas this would unsettle a normal man, the lizard was too hungry to think. The less it's prey moved, the better. It brought it's sword up, and swung it down, closing it's eyes shortly before hearing a "thunk" of his blade connecting with something soft. However, when he opened his eyes, this turned out to be the ground. Shortly afterwards, a flash of pain went through his arm as a thin, yet lethal blade connected with the area that laid between his neck and shoulder. This was connected to a pole, which in turn was connected to the child's arm. But to the beast's horror, his supposed "prey" wasn't finished. He leaped off of the ground, performing a neat somersault over the beast, his hand never leaving the spear's handle.
As the blade twisted around 180 degrees from were it originally laid, the Kokiri whispered loudly, as if having read the monster's mind: 'I am not a child.' The crack of the beast's collar bone seemed to punctuate the sentence with a "full stop".

A few minutes later, there was no evidence that the kill had ever taken place. The Kokiri had left no trace.

((This took place the night before the current happenings, by the way.))


message 45: by Lexa (new)

Lexa (x1d4dbx1f30cx1d4e3x1d4d2) | 461 comments ((Hellooooooo?))


message 46: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments (( been wating on the other two to post since I have to react to what they do in my next post... unless you wanted your Kokiri to run into my Zora before he gets to Clock Town ))


message 47: by Lexa (new)

Lexa (x1d4dbx1f30cx1d4e3x1d4d2) | 461 comments ((Yeah, that can work!))


message 48: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments ((before he gets to clock town)) Noka glanced out a Termina Field, taking in its beauty in the early morning sun. He was excited for the day but kept getting distracted. As he wandered around he caught a glimpse of what he thought was a small child. "Whats a little kid doing out here?" he muttered, running off to find the child


message 49: by Lexa (new)

Lexa (x1d4dbx1f30cx1d4e3x1d4d2) | 461 comments 'Hm?' Krad turned around and whipped a dagger out from his tunic. He growled lowly. A red Zora. Very rare in these parts.


message 50: by Gueron (new)

Gueron | 20 comments Noka paused, looking down at the child, tilting his head slight. Feeling no fear from the dagger, but rather curious as to who this small child was "I do no wish you harm, I simply wish to know what you are doing out here." he said calmly, crossing his arms "I would say it is rather dangerous for a child to be wandering alone, but given that dagger I suspect you are no simple child yes?" he asked softly. The morning sun shone off his scales as he towered over the boy, trying to not seem imposing but wary of that dagger


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