Last Words

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Hey. Daisy here.

I'm just adding this. Like two, give or take a few, years after we finished this story.

Sorry.

This for last words. I always love to know what the first and last words of the characters were, so I thought, what if I add a page to every story I write to have a page for first and last words?

So, screw it. I'm gonna do it. Just so I can get this out of the way. Sorry.
(I'm excluding the prologue and epilogue and letters)
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Zelda:
First: "Don't call me that!"
Last: "Link...."

Link:
First: "No."
Last: "I can't lose you, too."

Navi:
First: "I-I guess she has to be the princess."
Last: "Thank the goddesses!"

Ganondorf:
First: "No boy!"
Last: "As long as the Triforce of Power is in my hands..."

Mia:
First: "Yo, Zel."
Last: "It's dangerous to go alone."

Lynn:
First: "It's kinda lame."
Last: "I hate my mouth."

Mist:
First: "I agree."
Last: "You are such a bitch."

Ninian:
First: "You and your video games."
Last: "So do we."

Saria:
First: "Link?"
Last: "I'll see you, Link."

The 2nd sage, Darunia, had no lines but made an appearance.

Ruto:
First: "Hello, Link."
Last: "You have hope."

Impa:
First: "Zelda."
Last: "Check the desert."

Nabooru:
First: "Who're you?!"
Last: "Kick his ass for me!"

Amaya:
First: "Patience."
Last: "Someone who can help."

Malon:
First: "FAIRY BOY!!"
Last: "Go Complicated Girl!"

Dark Link:
First: "You better hope you can swim."
Last: Wait till my master hears about this.

There you go. The first and last words of the major characters, plus a few extra. Idk why but I just love knowing things like this list. I think that the first and last words really show possible character development. One character I think that should've had a better last line was Navi. It should've been something intellectual, I feel haha. First and last words show a character's personality I think. Anyway, thanks for reading our story!

xoxo

P.S.
Don't forget to check out my other story, Temple of Time!

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