She fluttered behind Alez, the two entered the family sitting room, then entered into Kafei's room behind it.
He sighed, they were so close. Offensive magic was considered by some Deku the easiest to master, but the few that mastered it were scarred for life. "Treasa." His eyes conveyed what would be considered a mental hug. "Please, focus on the now. Focus on keeping yourself safe."
~Shane and Jim~
The two of them hammered their planks into place, then wiped the sweat from their brow. "Oh man, this is..." Jim glared at Shane. "...Easy?" Jim smirked. "That's better."
Link nervously tugged at his gloves, he was anxious to send a message back to Hyrule, but he knew it wasn't the time. If only Navi were here... Link mentally slapped himself, she was helping him by getting info on the new parts of Clocktown. He pulled a faded blue ocarina from his bag and began to play. He played songs he had learned from his friends, distant echoes of a time that never happened. One song however, from a time not so long ago, popped into his head. As the notes whistled into the empty room, it felt as if the ground was rumbling. The Call to Order, only to be used in dire need, to call the Giants of the world to save it once more. Link smiled at the memories, then a knock sounded at the door. "Come in." Anju peeked her head in, she smiled at him. "Link, I've got something you could help me with." Link shrugged. "Sure, come in and tell me." Anju stepped inside and shut the door behind her.
Katas awoke at his desk with a start. Fefnir raised an eyebrow. "You all right, old man?" Katas laughed mirthlessly. "I'm doing better then you." His dream haunted him, notes from the past echoed in his skull, the fear of the giants was all too present.
Fëfalas bent over, a song echoed in his head, he began to giggle, then he burst out laughing in the middle of a crowd. You think the Giants will save you, Oni? Think again! He flexed his hand experimentally, a golden tattoo on the back of his hand. The King of Thieves, Dead. The Princess will not be far behind. Fëfalas continued his insane laughter, disturbing the crowd around him.
OOC: Oooooohhhhhh... I bet you can guess where this is going. :3
She leaned on a wall down the hall from the brig, she was disturbed. Hera had never shown care for the crew before, she was never expected to. Now Zoe was doubting herself, trying to find a reason to forget her plan and follow Hera. She shook her head. No, Hera cared for the crew, but she cared for herself more. Zoe took a deep breath, then returned to her post, only to find another White guarding the door. Zoe raised an eyebrow. "Laila?" The white smiled. "Hi, Sis." Zoe grinned, then hugged her sister. "When did Hera put you on Guard duty?" Laila sighed, letting Zoe go. "Only a about twenty minutes ago."
She glanced back at the cell door containing the two Zora. "Will they be all right?" Zoe laughed, she at times felt like a shy pushover,
but that was her sister's thing more than her's. "They'll be fine." She leaned against the wall next to her sister. "Now, you wanna catch up a bit?" Laila smiled. "Sure!"