The Beast inside Chapter 7Link shakily made his way out of the castle, his mind still frozen on what the princess had said. Next to him, Bo tried to calm him down by talking, but Link knew he was as nervous as he was. The large man kept petting him on the back, a gesture the wolf appreciated. They left the castle and headed down to town, and on the whole way, all the guards kept a close eye on Link. Of course, the word had spread like a breeze, and when they arrived in the main streets, they were assailled by dozens and dozens of citizens, asking questions or calling out to Link. The wolf knew he couldn’t growl at them; should he show that he was somehow more feral than he really was, those citizens might be afraid of him, and he didn’t want that either, even if he would rather be alone. So, he waited patiently and, with Bo’s help, they managed to make their way out of the crowd and into the smaller streets.The Beast inside Chapter 7 by CelestiaDragonKnight
“You wouldn’t happen to know where the others are, lad?”
The Beast Inside Chapter 6The next morning, at dawn, Link waited patiently in front of his house. The cart was ready, Epona and Rusl’s stallion leading it, and he, Ilia and Colin were waiting for everyone else. Talo and Beth were the next to arrive, along with Fado, whom they had helped the goats and give them enough food for the time they would be gone. Soon enough, all of the villagers were there.The Beast Inside Chapter 6 by CelestiaDragonKnight
“Everyone ready?” Bo called as he was climbing the cart to hold the reins.
And off they went. On their way out of the small province, they closed and barricaded the gates leading to the village, as a message that no one was present. As the cart wasn’t really fast, most people started the journey on foot. Link was the first. He was ecstatic to go to Castle Town, especially to find a way to become human again. Trotting around the cart, he often dashed ahead of them to run after a small animal he had seen in the bushes, making people laugh. However, at the end of the day, they still had a ways t