Twilight Symphony - An AU Zelda RPG Sept 22, 2017 15:17:34 GMT -6
Post by WAGA ARU G on Sept 22, 2017 15:17:34 GMT -6
One hundred years have passed.
One hundred years ago, a small child and the princess of Hyrule came to the then King of Hyrule with an incredible tale that transcended time. Presenting irrefutable proof of Ganondorf's treachery, the Gerudo King was executed. And save for minor incidents here and there, Hyrule at large, has known peace and prosperity, the cheer only fading for brief moments when the sorrow of dusk arrives in the land.
Seasons change, and time passes, and people come and go. In the Kingdom of Hyrule, another King peacefully breathes his last, and the throne passes to his only heir; the Princess Zelda, set to be coronated as Queen in her own right. In another realm, forgotten to the majority of Hyrule, a change also takes place. In the Twilight Realm, where the descendants of the Dark Interlopers dwell, the Twilight King has died, and the throne has passed to Princess Midna, a powerful sorceress in her own right.
These two realms have always remained separated, decreed by the gods. But there will come a time when even gods are defied.
* Canons welcome!
* Original/AU plot set in the world of Twilight Princess.
* No word count.
* No character limit!
Current Events: Ziegess, the Abandoned Amalgamation, has been struck down by the combined efforts of Link, Princess Zelda, Dieter Wolfram, Ashenne, Volga, Colin, and Keldric Aldamont. Alas, Ordon has shared in the same fate as the Hidden Village of the Sheikah, with only Link and Colin being the two known Ordonians to survive. Meanwhile, Princess Zelda has come under fire for her decision to abandon Ordon in its darkest hour after her Knight Commander, Keldric Aldamont, was grievously wounded in the fighting. More Twili begin to step into the world of Light, determined to find their princess before she is lost. As the Specter of Time rests, grievously injured in another battle, a knight of an age past opens her eyes for the first time in a century.