Legend of Zelda: Relics of Stone
She looks at the statue, her jaw dropped. Had the statue given it to her? If so, why hadn't it done so before when she helped move it into place? Why did she have a Triforce? And most of all, why was the center glowing and not one of the three that she had read about in history books?
She was brought out of her thoughts as she thought she saw something move on the statue. Wait...did the Hero just blink? No, thats impossible. Anya slowly backed away from the statue, her eyes wide and jaw dropped with utter disbelief. Anya ran and hid behind a nearby tree, not caring if she made a fool of herself. Soon enough, her suspicions were confirmed.
The statue became surrounded by a faint golden glow, then the horse leapt off the pedestal and landed on the grass, the Hero looking around confused. He blinked in surprise, sheathing his sword, then he gasped at what he saw. He looked at his bronze horse, then at his metal self, his expression telling that he didn't believe what he was seeing.
"What...?" The Hero said, looking at himself and his horse, then around at the little town he was in. The faint golden glow died down, showing he had the Triforce on his hand as well, the Triforce of courage.
Anya was just a normal young teenage girl in the small, ancient town of Ordon. Of course, that all changed when she gains a Triforce piece, though no one knows what it is. The center had been filled in, not the one for Courage, Wisdom, or Power. This single marking on the back of her hand throws her into a whole new world of danger. As both enemies and allies rise from Link's past, Anya will face new friends, new foes, turncoats, and the death of a beloved friend. Can she handle this in the long run?
(This is not based off just one LoZ game, but in fact many. I'm trying to incorporate as many as I can in a way that would seem natural)