Then There Were Two
What is life like with the exact same guy, but with two different sides to him? Or even the same guy, but there's another one? Why is it that there are two anyway?
Riley is not the world's nicest girl. In fact, she's known by many to have quite the short temper. She hates to treasure memories of a life she used to enjoy because of the fact that she cannot handle the pain in remembering those she truly misses. For most of her life, Riley has wandered Hyrule alone, but that's just the way she wants it. She does not like to admit that she needs help or even that she needs someone there for her. And she certainly does not like to make friends, for she knows quite well she will lose them in the end and be pained by their memories forever, no matter how she tried to simply forget they ever existed.
Riley's life is turned upside down when she meets Link within the trees of a nearby forest, then a second Link was discovered sleeping upon her bed. But when the two boys meet, they can't help but argue with each other to prove whom was better or more impressive than the other. Soon, Riley discovers that the so-called-heroes are nothing more than lazy and useless teenage boys with no actual life to live. But the real question is, why are there two of them? And what is she to do when she finds the two Links beginning to express much more affection then ever before? Or even when a third shows up? Riley may as well tear her hair out instead.
An tale of humor, awkward moments, adventure, romance, and the world of the Legend of Zelda! And it totally makes fun of the Link characters from both Skyward Sword and Twilight Princess!