Buddar's gave him a confused look. "You want me..." She said. "To stay with you?"
Shadow nodded eagerly. Buddar raised an eyebrow. "Do you really think I'm going to accept that offer?" She asked. "You just kidnapped me! Heck no I'm not staying here!"
A look of disappointment flashed through Shadow's eyes, but it was quickly replaced with determination. "You will stay here." He growled. "I will make sure of it."
Suddenly, all of the torches that lit the room were extinguished, plunging the room into darkness. Buddar could still see Shadow's sinister glowing eyes, a jolt of fear shot through her. She turned around and ran from him. She knew she couldn't escape, but she didn't want him near her. She accidentally ran into the wall, and something clattered to the floor. She bent down and felt around for it, she found it and picked it up. She realized it was one of the extinguished torches. She glanced up, Shadow was slowly walking towards her. He knew she couldn't escape, he obviously just wanted to mess with her, see what she would do in a life-threatening situation. I'll show you what I'd do. She thought.
She lunged at Shadow and swung the unlit torch with all her might. It stopped in mid-swing, he had blocked it with his hand. His red eyes lit up with amusement. "My, aren't you feisty?" He said. "I like that."
Buddar swung at him again and again, but got the same results every time. Shadow sighed in annoyance. "Give up already." He said. "You can't even land a single blow!"
Buddar glared at him. "I don't give up until either I win," She growled. "Or I die."
Shadow sighed. "Alright, then." He said. "I didn't want to have to do this...."
She suddenly felt his cold hand on her forehead, then her vision went black.
Buddar opened her eyes slightly, she blinked a few times and her vision focused. She groaned and rubbed her aching head as she sat up to observe her surroundings. She was lying in a large, soft bed with silky white sheets. The huge room she was in had pale yellow walls, polished wood flooring, a massive dresser in the corner, and an oak desk in the other corner. Where the heck am I? She wondered as she gazed around the room.
The memory of Shadow's sinister red eyes flashed through her mind. Oh, yeah. She thought. She sighed in annoyance and swung her legs over the side of the bed. She noticed a note on the small table next to her bed. She picked it up and read it.
"Good morning, my dear.
I'm afraid that I needed to leave for a little while, but don't worry, I'll be back before tonight. In the meantime, feel free to explore our home. But remember, I know what you're doing and where you are at all times, so don't try any of your tricks, Night Trickster. If you behave, I may even reward you.
Your friend, Shadow."
Buddar curled her lip in disgust. "You can't keep me here, Shadow." She growled aloud, crumpling the note into a ball. "I'm not an animal, I won't stay caged up."
She walked over to the bedroom door and opened it, she walked out into the dimly lit hallway. She turned left and walked down the hall. She searched for a window she could use to escape, but the walls were solid stone. She wandered around in the maze of a castle, searching for a way to escape. Dang, he's good at holding people captive. She thought.
She came to a door at the end of the hallway. She opened it up, and found herself in the massive room that Navy had led her into when she first entered the palace. Her eyes fell on the huge doors. She grinned and ran over to them. She was about to reach for the brass handles, but someone put their hand on her shoulder to stop her.
"I wouldn't do that if I were you." She heard a familiar voice say.
The Night Trickster - A Legend of Zelda fanficRandom
Buddar Wolfin wasn't your average Hylian. She had long hair the color of flames, eyes the color of oak wood, and smooth pale skin. Not only that, but she always wore a yellow tunic and cap, golden high-heeled boots, and blue pants, which was defi...