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Post by Faclan on Fri Jul 25, 2008 10:11 pm

Just trying to get people posting again.

Another little idea for a RP. If you haven't played Twilight Princess then you might not understand much. Since it was a really good game I thought it might be fun to start a little RP about just after Ganon was killed...again. So this would be taking place right after TP, maybe only a few weeks. So I hope you guys enjoy.

Name: Salmis Silverscale
Age: 29 human years
Gender: Male
Species: Lizalfos
Rank: Used to be a captain in Ganon's army, but after his defeat he began to be hunted down along with the rest of the Lizalfos.
Alignment: Neutral.
Appearance: Slightly smaller then a normal Lizalfos and is much lighter in scale color to most of his brethren, often called the 'Silver Captain'. Because of his size and years in service to the military he is very light and able to attack very quickly. He still wears his light leather armor that he did in service to Ganon, still with Ganon's crest on the right shoulder. Across his chest and the right side of his face are long scars that will never heal. He was given these by the Hero of Twilight with the Master Sword, but because he once spared a life it didn't kill him.
Personality: Unlike what most Hylians think of his species he is very careing about his allies, and often puts himself in danger to save them. But around those that are not his allies he often reverts to a normal Lizalfos; rude, agressive, and secretive.
Weapons: Long curved sword and round shield. Also a small scythe roped to his tail for if he is surrounded. He also has a single Hookshot that he took from an unlucky traveler.
History: Born into a clan he quickly took the path of a warrior. Continuing with the traditional weapons and customs of his people until he came of age. Soon after his ceremony into adulthood he left his home without looking back. Taking with him only his weapons and the clothing he wore.
He soon made his way to the land of Hyrule, and in no time at all had joined a roving band of bandits that preyed on travelers on the road. He kept at this for many years, but one day the band had to split up because the local guard had been sent after them. Salmis soon saw a woman clutching something, not even bothering to draw his sword he approached her silently. He didn't notice the arrow sticking out of her neck until he was right next to her. Looking at what was in her hands he was surprised to see a small human baby. As the baby looked up at him Salmis knew he had to help the small child. But the guard would kill him on sight. Quickly weighing his options he took the small baby and got as close as he dared to the guard scouting the woods for him. Waiting until they passed him he set the baby on the path and whistled to the guards before darting back into the trees. He knew that the guards had taken the baby because when he went back the child was gone.
(If you guys would like to make the baby important I don't mind.)
Years passed and soon Ganon and his army appeared on the land of Hyrule. Tired of the meager sums the band was bringing in, Salmis left them and went to serve with Ganon and his army. He quickly worked his way through the ranks and was put in charge of a squad of troops that would guard one of the entrances to Hyrule castle. Salmis remembers what happened next very well, and has the scars to prove it.
They had all heard of the warrior wielding the ancient sword of time. But they never expected him to come as fast as he did. Salmis and his soldiers were barely ready when he came. They fought as well as they could, but the warrior in green knew techniques that they could not defend against. Soon only Salmis was left fighting the hero. They fought for awhile before the hero jumped back, and sheathed his sword across his back. Stopping to look at the boy Salmis stopped and slowly advanced toward him, shield and sword held ready. But before he could react the hero jumped toward him, spun like a whirlwind, and brought his sword down toward him. Quickly putting his shield up the sword just seemed to cut it in half before carving deep into his chest. Screaming in pain he dropped his sword and fell to his knees, his blood staining his white scales as he looked at the long cut. Looking up at the hero the boy looked down at him, his expression that of stone as he slashed down again.
What happened after he blacked out Salmis never knew, but when he came to he could tell that the hero had gone on through the castle and killed Ganondorf. Quickly escaping the castle it hasn't been long since that day when the Hero came and almost took his life away. Since then he has been on the run from the Hyrule guards and warriors that are hunting down Ganon's old army, making sure they never again rise to challenge Hyrule...

Once a few more profiles are put up we can start this up. If you have any questions please ask.
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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Twlight's legacy

Post by Admin Of God on Tue Aug 05, 2008 3:06 pm

Name: Link Last Name unknown
Age: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_%28Legend_of_Zelda%29
Gender: Male
Species: Hylean
Rank: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_%28Legend_of_Zelda%29
Alignment: Good
Appearance: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_%28Legend_of_Zelda%29
Personality: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_%28Legend_of_Zelda%29
Weapons: Master Sword, Gale Boomerang, Mirror Shield, The works.
History: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Link_%28Legend_of_Zelda%29


I was not willing to sort through years of this stuff, so bear with me.

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Post by Faclan on Tue Aug 05, 2008 10:20 pm

Resting against a tree in his makeshift camp Salmis sighed and set his sword and shield aside. Unting the scythe from his tail he looked into the small fire next to him. Why must they continue to hunt him down? He asked himself. They had already taken his friends, his squad, and almost took him into the land beyond. His thoughts lingering on this for a few seconds he was finally brought back to the present by his growling stomach. Sighing again he buckled his sword back to his waist and took the Hookshot from his belt. Leaving his shield behind he stuck the hookshot into the branch above him and slowly descended to the forest floor.
His camp being in the trees made him finally able to get some sleep without having to keep one eye open.
Crouching low as his Hookshot retracted back into its holder he clipped it back to his belt, listening carefully to the woods around him he waited for about a minute before finally standing up. Confident that he was alone he went about the search for food, his sword within reach if any of the hunters found him....
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Post by Admin Of God on Sat Aug 09, 2008 3:30 pm

Link was taking a nice stride down the rivers edge near a forest he usd to run in as a child. Hefting the Master sword, a sword of power and ancient magic. Link decided today would be a great day to travel around the forest seeing his chidlhood would be good for him. Hopefully he wouldn't run into anything that would try and kill him.

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Post by Faclan on Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:16 pm

Sniffing the air Salmis could smell that food was abundant in the forest around him. Looking up he spotted a birds nest in a tree not far from him. Taking out his hookshot he soon ascended up to it. Quickly clipping the hookshot back to his belt he slowly made his way along the branch toward the nest. Rubbing his scaled hands together he searched through it. Many many eggs were here, and all for him. Smiling he opened a small bag at his waist and picked up the first egg. But a loud screeching above him made him stop and look up, only to see a eagle start to claw at his face. Dropping the egg he quickly put his hands up to protect his eyes, but this action made him overbalance. With a loud scream he fell off the branch. Still screaming as he hurtled toward the ground he tried to get his hookshot out to save himself, but it was to late. With a sickening crunch he hit the ground hard, the wind knocked out of him and a few bones cracked. Gasping in pain as he held at his left leg he breathed deeply before gritting his teeth and popping it back into place. Letting out another small scream he just lay on the forest floor, trying to stop the world spinning and see if any major bones were broken....
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Post by Admin Of God on Wed Aug 13, 2008 12:15 pm

Link heard a loud crash resonating in the forest. Sensing something was wrong he ran further searching the underbrush, listening for any disturbences. After a short while Link found what he was looking for a creature was on the ground seemingly in pain. Looking up he saw the path that was carved from the creatures fall. Leaning down he whispered to the creature "Move and I will kill you. I remeber that time I used the Master sword on you, evil creature." Link whipped out the Master sword and held to the creatures throat waiting for him to respond.


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Re: The Legend of Zelda: Twlight's legacy

Post by Faclan on Wed Aug 13, 2008 1:56 pm

(Ummm, Admin, Wouldn't Link, with his duty to protect Hyrule and all that jazz, not help a creature that once threatened it? Remember hes still wearing the armor with Ganon's crest on it.)
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Post by Admin Of God on Mon Aug 18, 2008 6:37 pm

(I editted the post happy now XD)

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Post by Faclan on Mon Aug 18, 2008 7:28 pm

Looking over as he heard a noise behind him Siss's eyes widened as as saw the Hero of Time standing behind him. He was glad that his sword had been knocked from his grip so the Hero shouldn't kill him straight. Laying still as he drew his sword he tried his best not to move as he set his sword against his throat. His eyes wide as it was pushed deeper he held his hands out to show he had no weapon. But he didn't speak, not wanting to anger to very person who had almost killed him before....
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Post by Admin Of God on Tue Aug 19, 2008 1:47 am

Link noticed the creature did not have a weapon and re-thought his desire to rid the world of these foul creatures. Link sheathed the Master sword and and took a step back and said "explain creature what are you doing here?"

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Post by Faclan on Tue Aug 19, 2008 2:18 am

Inwardly breathing a sigh of relief as the Hero withdrew his sword from his throat Salamis ran a hand over his throat to see if the sword as drawn any blood. Satisfied that he wasn't injured he slowly stood up. Looking at the Hero he shuffled slightly under the gaze of those stone blue eyes. "Just trying to survive." He said simply as his tail swished slowly behind him, ready to run if the Hero changed his mind about killing him...
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Link held onto the hilt of the Master sword and glared at the creature who now stood up. "Surviving you say, why is that? What reason do I have to not kill you on the spot for killing so many others?"

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Post by Faclan on Tue Aug 19, 2008 11:51 pm

Gulping visibly as he spoke Salmis looked at the ground. "You've killed many more creatures then I have, you survive just like I do, and you have been hunted before. What makes you able to pass such judgment on me when we are so similar...." He wasn't sure where that came from. But now that he said it it sounded good, maybe enough to save him from the sting of that sword again.....
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Scoffing the creature Link spoke in a calm but forceful tone "I am able to do what I do since you are not worthy nore have you been chosen by any form. I am what I am therefore you are nothing." Turning away from the creature Link gazed to the sky. "Killing for me is an art for you it is a passion both are very different, which makes of different. Do not ever refer to me as an equal or you will die."

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Post by Faclan on Thu Oct 16, 2008 8:11 am

Sis narrowed his eyes slightly as the hero insulted him. He could now see why good and bad always existed. Because good was a common thing in all walks of life. But the arrogance of the good made them always hunt down the bad. They feed of the fact that 'evil' existed, and ran off with their head held high to 'rid of the world of the evil scum'. It made Sis sick that he was considered just target practice to these people. They never thought about those in their way, never thought about what they were really doing. They claim they are doing it for a reason, when they are only skittering about killing 'evil' creatures. Sis slowly shook his head as the hero turned around. "You really believe that? Tell me then, 'hero'," he spat the world like it was poison, "When you mercilessly cut down my kind do you enjoy it!? Killing is never an art, killing is always killing, the fact that you claim it as an art is disgusting."
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