Harvest Moon Seven Minutes In Heaven Gusto
Moments after the last turn had come to an end, a Harvest Sprite appeared in front of the group. This Sprite, however, was not at all like the ones that had gone before it. It wasn't clad all in a single colour. Actually, it wasn't dressed very much like a Harvest Sprite at all. As he neared the group, you, and most of the other players, finally recognized the Sprite as Gusto. “I think I'm going to do things differently. We Sprites have been hosting this game for hours, and hours, but not a single one of us has gotten a turn yet. That's why I'm going next.” With a determined look on his face, Gusto walked straight into the crowd and grabbed your hand. “You're next, but you still have to draw my item from the pile.”
“Why? You've already said that I was next.” Still sitting, you tilted your head to the side and thought further. “Besides, I might not even pick out your item.”
“Because picking out an item is a
Tying Up Loose Ends (Princess Zelda x Reader)
Dumping your brush in a nearby bucket full of water, you sighed as you looked over at the new section of tile you had to clean.
Ughhh, this is gonna take forever... you said inside your head.
Soapy water ripples moved towards the sides of the wooden container as you stuck your hand in and took the brush out. You then continued to scrub the room’s floor.
Mentioning that you were the Hero of Time’s close friend after his journey was over was surprisingly all you had to say in order to be a servant in Princess Zelda’s castle. It was probably because they were expecting a sedulous worker, but boy, were they in for a surprise.
Unlike the rest of the people in the castle, you were only there because Link’s birthday was soon and you needed money for his present. Having just thirty-two Rupees, you had actually almost lost your job before because of sleeping in the princess’ bedroom while on duty, and knocking over an expensive suit of armor from dancing in