Midna and Link's Relationship | Zelda Amino
of oneshots fleshing out the relationship between Link and Midna. . The wolf had unwillingly placed his trust in the fact that Midna was very. This is my first story, so be nice, I don't own any characters, just the story. Read if you want. At first, Link clearly did not trust Midna, and she was only using Link, but even so, they needed each other. As time went on, it's clear that they.
However, when the wolf leaped and aimed off course, he had inadvertently broken through the shadow magic and tumbled down the ledge, nearly breaking bones as he landed. The wolf reluctantly bent his legs and lowered his body until his belly touched ground. He tensed his muscles and prepared to lift off. When the moment came, he sprung from his position, and with the help of Midna's magic he sailed upward and onward, farther than any normal wolf could possibly have jumped. He was incredulous, and at the same time relieved when all four paws touched the ledge.
The imp preformed a back flip in the air and smiled. Without hesitating, the wolf leaped from the ledge, blue eyes sheer and focused on the towering ridge before him. This time, only his forepaws reached the ledge. And the ice beneath them cracked, and crumbled into rocky dust that plummeted downward. The wolf fell along with it, howling fearfully as he helplessly rolled down the frozen cascade and landed on the icy plain, back where he started.
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The wolf did not move, sore and shivering from the icy needles that penetrated his thick gray coat. The cold stung his joints and his paws the worst. He did not try to rise for another few minutes. Midna spiraled downward to meet the wolf face to face, her expression disdainful. I said we should climb it, not slip and fall on your face!
Get up and do it again. I'm not letting you drive me to death. You do as I say.
And over these falls is the only hope for the future of your world! Are you saying that you've given up and decided to run with your tail in between your legs like a helpless puppy? His lip curled, revealing a single, white fang that clearly demonstrated his fury. Midna was indifferent, partaking in the canine's unspoken staring contest. The imp mouthed a single word, and devilishly grinned as she did so. The wolf leapt at the imp, teeth bared and letting out a gurgling roar.
The attack was useless, as Midna instantly disappeared and reappeared several feet behind the wolf, who densely looked side to side searching where she had gone. He whirled around to face her, snarling. Lanayru Province The rain was merciless. Fat raindrops billowed down and struck the earth so hard, it seemed it would flood the world in minutes. The dark, overcast night sky lit up as a bolt of lightning seared across the atmosphere, followed by a rumbling boom of thunder.
Through this terrifying storm, the wolf loped across sodden grassland, heading straight for the castle illuminated by the lightning. His breathing came in quick, sharp grunts as his long legs labored to maintain his fastest gait possible. His tongue flailed limply from the corner of his mouth, catching the cold raindrops to taste the rawness of nature. The imp Midna clung to his back, weakly sighing with pain.
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Her skin had become ghostly white, her face sick and pale, and her eyes were squeezed shut to block out the stinging rain. Wolf Link dared to slow to a trot, panting in shuddering gasps.
He felt his lungs flatten from a lack of oxygen. He looked hopelessly over his shoulder at Midna. The imp looked worse. She really is dying…but she can't! I can't give up! Somehow, he summoned up more energy and began to lope again, ignoring the cramps that seized his legs and chest.
Being stuck as a wolf did not help one bit, either. There were many times during his journey when he wished for Epona; his paws seemed permanently swollen from his constant motion.【Link x Midna ~ Don't Trust Me】
He was thankful for one thing; Midna barely spoke throughout the journey. At first, her muteness was unsettling. Link had, for the most part, become accustomed to the imp's frequent outbursts and giggles, and even her snide remarks when he tripped or made a mistake.
However, ever since the events that occurred following the encounter with Zant, and that night in the castle tower, Midna had changed. She still seemed to be in a subtle state of shock; everything she did was careful and meek. The imp lowered herself gently onto Wolf Link's back rather than bouncing down carelessly as she used to. Even confined to his beastly form, Link tried to make conversation with the imp to ease the tension, but he never received anything more than a nod or a one-word reply.
For now, Link decided to let her be, and the two continued their trek to Faron Woods in silence. They sought shelter in a cave overlooking Hyrule Field by sundown on the third day.
Though the pink sky was clear, the air was crisp and cold, sending a chilling breeze every now and then. Wolf Link knew it would only get colder once it was dark, and chose a cave that was both dry and small. As the wolf shook his pelt from the cold, Midna rose from her seat and hovered for a moment.
She gazed over the Hyrulean plain with a solemn countenance, as if reminiscing a painful memory. The Twili looked so out of place within the realm of light, and she felt the isolation. With a sigh, she floated downward and landed lightly on the ground, crossing her short legs.
The wolf glanced briefly at her, and then bent his nose down his leg to nip at a flea. Wolf Link pricked his ears in surprise; that was the longest sentence the imp had uttered since they left Castle Town. In his defense, he replied, "Despite its advantages…sometimes I hate being a wolf.
At least all the time. I wish I could just switch back and forth somehow. Why can't you do anything about it? Stop being such a baby. Maybe when you're transformed into something unsightly, you'll understand. Her gaze was stony, and slowly evolved into something else. The imp sniffed and retreated into the cave without another word in reply.
Faron Province Midna shivered in her curled position, awakening from a fretful sleep. The chill was settling into the cave, and she had only her own body heat to protect her from it. She wrapped her slender arms around her body, but it was little use. She was tempted to use her magic to generate more warmth, but she knew her energy level was too low to produce it.
Then in the final battle with Ganondorf, Midna shows she is willing to sacrifice herself not only for the two worlds, but also Link himself as she sends both him and Zelda to safety in an attempt to end him.
This fails and now Link feels more determined than ever to bring Ganondorf down. Again, you can feel the worry of Midnas well being in Link's mind. As the dust of battle clears however, Midna is not only alright, but also in her true form.
Link is speachless as he looks at her, and then she even playfully flirts saying, "Whats wrong, am I so beautiful that you are left without words" or something along those lines. I believe their bond had grown so strong, that at this point they had true feelings of love for one another.
But it was not meant to be, and Midna knew this. They belonged to different worlds, and the situation mirrored romeo and Juliette in a way. As Midna says her goodbyes she sheds a tear and takes off through the portal as she did the unpredictable.
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She cut off the only way they had to see eachother by shattering the mirror of Twilight. Why would she do this? Maybe she knew that their feelings for each other would draw them back together. Their love was forbidden but maybe she knew Link, or perhaps even herself, would not be able to resist the others embrace. In the end we even see Link riding off from the village in search of something, perhaps a way to reunit with the woman he had grown to love so much.
Their love was not the least complicated ship to follow, but it is certainly one of the most beautiful.