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Mido told Bo the whole thing that happen to Link. Bo frowned.
“Will he be okay?” he asked worried about Link.
“I’ll be taking care of him,” he answered.
“He’ll be in good hands then,” he said.
After a few minuets of talking, Mido left the house. Bo told him that they will be on alert and that no one would be by themselves. Mido was heading back to his house when he stopped at Link’s. All the children were there including Ilia. She shrugged at him when he gave her a puzzled look.
“What are you little ones doing here?” Mido asked.
The children looked at him and then ran over and started to ask a bunch of questions about Link. Mido raised his hands up. They instantly quiet down.
“Link will be fine,” Mido said, “he’ll be back in a day or so. You have nothing to worry about with the creatures. I’m sending my two friends here to help me watch over you. Any more questions?”
They shook their heads.
“I’ll be going now,” Mido said, “Now stay with each other. We don’t want you to go missing.”
“Okay,” the children said together.
Mido smiled. He found them very adorable.
“I’ll tell Link you all said hi,” he said before he left.
Link groaned as he awoke. He blinked a few times before he noticed that the room, he was in, wasn’t he’s. He tried to set up only to have someone push him down.
“You shouldn’t set up,” said a voice, “Mido hasn’t checked your injuries yet.”
Link looked over and saw a Hyrulean that looked like one of the Link’s of old, except he had brown hair and red eyes.
“Who are you?” Link asked.
“Dark Link,” the man answered with a puffed up chest, “Dark for short. Master of water and shadows.”
There was a snort from down below. Dark put his hands on his hips and glared down. That’s when Link noticed the golden wolf.
“Hey I remember you!” Link exclaimed.
The wolf looked up at him with a proud smile.
“I remember you as well,” the wolf said.
“What was that snort for Link?” Dark asked the wolf.
The Link, still in bed, had a confused look. The wolf sighed.
“Dark call me wolf Link or Time,” he said, “or you’re going to confuse the boy. To answer your question, you still haven’t proven that you can control both.”
“I can do that now,” he stated as he walked out of the room.
(A/N: I’m going to start calling Wolf Link, Time.)
“Get some more rest,” Time said to Link, “Mido will be back soon.”
Time left the room. Link blinked.
“Who’s Mido?” he asked to no one.
Ilia watched the children as they played around. Colin was beside her.
“Um Ilia, may I ask you something?” he asked.
“Sure,” she answered.
“Who is Mido exactly?” Colin asked, “I mean people bowed to him and call him prince. So I’m confused.”
Ilia looked up at the sky and laughed.
“That’s because he rules these lands,” she answered, “he’s far older than he looks and the last of his kind. You see we live here because he lets us.”
“Can you tell m more about him?” Colin asked very interested now.
“It was my great grandpa who settled here with his friends,” she started, “he, first, scooted out this place before hand without knowing that Prince Mido was watching him. When he came back with his friends and family, Mido was standing in the way and had controlled some kind of pollen to fill the air around them, causing them to cough.”
“Who are you?” Great Grandpa asked while coughing.
“I am the Kokiri Prince of the forest,” Mido answered, “You do not have permission to enter here.”
Great Grandpa and the others bowed.
“Forgive us,” he begged, “we didn’t know. We were just looking for a place to live in peace.”
“Why?” Mido said waving the pollen away from them.
“Our old home was cursed,” answered Great Grandpa, “Our crops died and we were taxed heavily by our old leader.”
“Mido took pity on them,” said Ilia, “He let them through, but with a promise. They were to tell no one about him and the secrets of the forest.”
Colin was in aw.
“Does he visit here often?” he asked.
“At least once a year,” Ilia answered, “or when a new member is born or if there is danger.”
“Or bring a lost child here,” came the voice of Rusl.
Colin looked up at his dad in confusion.
“Mido is the reason why Link is here,” his dad said, “He brought him here when he was two. He was asleep in Mido’s arms. Mido told us that he’s home was destroyed and that he was the only survivor.”
Colin frowned. He felt sorry for Link.
Link awoke when he felt someone lifting up his arm. He looked over to see a man with long red hair, blue eyes, and wearing an outfit almost like his. Link blushed . For a being a man, he sure was pretty. The man was bandaging up a cut on his arm. The man smiled.
“Well good morning,” he said.
“Morning,” Link said a bit hesitant.
The man laid Link’s arm down and looked at him.
“I’m Prince Mido,” He introduced himself, “your wounds are bandaged. It’ll be a day or two before you can leave.”
Link nodded. He still had a blush on his face. Mido blinked and checked his forehead. This made Link blush go darker.
“Your face is red, but you have no fever,” Mido said.
Link swallowed. This was going to be a wonderful one or two days.
So you know Link wouldn’t remember Mido, for he was too young and traumatized to.