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Zelda rest upon a balcony tired as she had been roaming the halls when a guard came sprinting around a corner nearly running into a divider, "Princess! Princess!" He exclaims out of breath stopping to gain a breather in front of the noblewoman. "I'm terribly sorry to disturb you but we have a child exclaiming to have very important news, that could determine the fate of Hyrule." Giving the usual kneel before presenting the issue and awaiting an answer. "Take me to this child I must hear for myself," she offers a hand to the guard awaiting the urgent news.
The Skull Kid is dragged by his wooden hand "Hey not so rough!" by the Captain of the guards. The guard captain commanded "You will walk or I will carry you." Alight! Alright!" The Skull kid was brought to Zelda.
Seeing the child causes Zelda to quirk a brow, kneeling down so the two were eye and eye she offers a soft smile, "Now take your time what news do you bring?" Listening carefully to the story as to not miss a detail.
"You need to listen to everything I have to say, the future of Hyrule is at stake in this. My name's Makar." said the boy. "I have spent the past three years in a world like this one, I don't know if this is the past or the Future. I just know that because of a mistake, a single mistake, they know we are here."
"Who are they? Don't spare a single detail Makar if it involves the fate of these people, standing next to you I must know," she places a soft hand upon his shoulder.
"Humans are like Hylians, but their ears are round rather than pointed. They live in towns like Hylians and have houses."
"Odd they seem just like us why would the want to end our world?" Thinking to herself she stands and begins to pace wanting to come up with a logical reason.
"Its not the fact they want to end our world. You have to read the Book of the Holy word to truly understand." he said. "I will try and remember the story as best I can." said Makar. "But I need to give you these." he empties his Rupee sack and it has many strange gold coins with a strange language inscribed. "Take this as proof of what I am going to say."
“Our holy parents descended from the Heavens, to the world of Soleil, and saw the world covered in darkness, without light. The father, displeased with what he saw, sent a signal that there would be a change in the world, a separation of the light from the darkness, and the world of Soleil would be set on it's intended destiny." Makar repeated what he had memorized.
Raising one of the gold pieces so the light reflected off of it Zelda examined to odd piece with her soft eyes listening to the child's words as she did. Everything so far had intrigued her instead of frighten but they did just start talking.
“The great Mother Dragon, leader of the monsters, and her many dragon children loved and thrived in the darkness, and when the gods saw that the children of the mother dragon were filling the world, he commanded they retreat back into the darkness, and when they did not comply, our holy mother and holy father struck the world with a great beam of light in anger, many of the monsters with no resistance to the light perished, and the mother Dragon and her children retreated through the gate back to the dark world.”
"The great mother Dragon pleaded with the gods over the deaths of her many children. "Why? Why have you done this to us Lord and Lady? We do not understand. Do not the Father and the Mother love all of their children the same?" said Makar.
Zelda knelt back down to meet the child's gaze, "You're very knowledgeable of this subject I respect your choice for coming over here very kindly."
The Father replied. "I wrote the law, I gave the Humans the world of Light, and the Dragons the world of Darkness. My law is absolute, and I punish those who do not follow my laws. My punishment was fair, fair to the Humans whose land, livestock, and people you violated. You will accept my laws, or be extinguished if you refuse to live by them." said the father.
"Thats all I remember." said Makar.
"I thank you once again, so what I have gathered is that these Human's are seen as children of a god who symbolizes a good?" She looks down to the child to assure her theory was correct. "And the Dragons we're the evil? So they are coming to Hyrule for some evil I'm guessing but what?"
"Well, that gets into my whole experience. You see, I was sent there by Din the goddess of power. She said I had five years she wanted me to complete a task in."
"This must be serious indeed if you have come all this way," rubbing her chin the whole scenario seemed odd as most things are but this one just seemed to catch her thought power immensely.
"Well, I just wanted to go home, I had to get job working at a mill for really long time. I also had a run in with a Fortune Teller who I think was a sorceress in their world." explained Makar
"I had to pay for an apartment, Medicine, and many other things with those coins."
"A child your age working?" Confused with this way or ethics excited a reaction from the Princess, "Do you know if there is a way I can speak with one? I also apologize if I'm being a burden with my questions."
"Not just me, but many Dragons young and old alike."
Skull Kid Makar tells the story to Zelda, he talks of his 9 hour days working in the Mill and the Dragons who worked there. He explains that he worked looms and textiles, weaving fabrics. The fabrics would be put up for sale, sometimes dragons would be injured on the machines used to weave, and would be fired for that. Other times struck for falling asleep on the job.
The Princess listens intently to the story slightly horrified at the conditions of work worrying slightly for the child, "Interesting would you like to have a place to rest as we talk more instead of standing hear him?" Offering a hand to Makar before sanding.
"Well I'm not finished telling my story, but okay." said Makar.
"Oh I know but I wouldn't want you to feel uncomfortable, I have the space for it." Leading him away to a small lounge room Zelda sits upon one of the couches offering a seat for him. "Now continue whenever you feel ready and don''t be afraid to ask me for anything." said Zelda.
"I need to tell you about the Fortune Teller, she is perhaps the only reason I am here to tell you this story today. I almost met with a horrible fate, however because of the Fortune Teller, I was spared." replied Makar.
"A fortune teller how odd," crossing her legs and relaxing into the couch for the long stories ahead.
"I was told by the Clergy that the gods could help one discover one's path the gods laid out for mortals. That each person is different, and that I should speak to a Shaman, who is a robed man with a magic staff, to find my way in this world, but all I could think about was getting back to Hyrule. I was told by one of my dragon friends, a boy named Hacey, that there was a Fortune Teller on the other side of the Town of Iris who lived in a house that could help some people live up to the gods expectations. He believed that as a Wood Golem, which is what they called me, I should go see her."
"The Temple Shaman have magic powers like the men in the Sanctuaries do in Hyrule. They can heal the sick. But if you have broken the laws of the gods, you can be punished with skin boils, fevers, blindness, deafness and mute." Makar explained. “So when the chance came to speak to someone else, I decided that was the better option.”
Link walked in. "Princess, I heard there was a strange boy at the castle gates? What is going on?"
"Come, come sit he's here speaking with me right now and he has talked about some interesting things," She motions him inside with a gentle wave.
"Link this is Makar he says to have come her with an urgent message for us about Humans." She motions once again to the boy and turns to face the child once again.
"As I was saying." I went to the Fortune Teller's shop. At first I heard someone else in there. The sound of a woman scolding a man for betraying his wife, she told him his fate was sealed, that he had betrayed his wife by fathering illegitimate children by another woman, and beating his legitimate son, and as such, a Shaman would strike him dead by sundown for all his past transgressions, and that she could not prevent this."
"I nervously went in the Tent. To my amazement, she knew my name. Before I said anything she said I was a Tree Sprite named Makar."
"I didn't know what a Tree sprite was, but I think she was trying to call me a Kokiri." Makar says giving Zelda a chance to respond.
This woman must hold immense knowledge to know such things before they happen such as your name," The Princess returns to rubbing her chin piecing the story together from the start sure there was more.
"She said her gift was not to see into the future but to see into the hearts of men, or rather, Humans and Dragons, and inform them of the consequences of their intentions and actions. The funny thing was, until meeting her, I didn't know my name was Makar. If that is so, she knew because I remembered what my name was somewhere in my mind, but somehow forgot."
"She said I was on a long journey, but I was being brave in the face of the many trials the gods put in front of me. The gods were watching my every move, and always have been. I was told only to persevere, and continue down the road the gods laid out before me." said Makar
"I do not know what gods she meant." said Makar waiting for Zelda's response.
"A rather religious point of view it seems," chuckling softly she uncrossed her legs leaning forward. "But seemingly the only way to keep faith within the hearts of many. So about you forgetting your name how did you feel when she told you?"
"So not understanding, I went back to my life there, doing what the Humans and Dragons there do. Until I started hurting. At first I thought it was injuries from my job at the mill, but soon every part of me started feeling stiff and sore. I went to the Fortune Teller, who because of my encounter I thought I could trust."
"She said that this was not the beginning of something, but rather the end of something. She said that the Puppet Master that animated me infused me with a form of magic that would only last so long, and that the magic was almost depleted." said Makar.
"My life as a Tree Sprite was spent, and it was time for me to begin reverting back into a tree. I Panicked." exclaimed Makar.
Link looked at the Skull Kid oddly. He then looked to Zelda.
"Did she do something to fix it or is that when you ended up coming to Hyrule?" She leaned forward intrigued even more so than before. Noticing Links stare from the corner of her eye Zelda turns to face the hero, "Yes?"
"This story gets more and more bizarre." said Link.
"Well the Fortune teller said that my fate was ultimately in the hands of the Father and the mother gods, but, she said there was a magic potion that could refill and re-infuse me with new magic, but the potion was expensive, more than 6,000 Malins which I did not have. So she offered me a deal…"
"Oh here we go…" said Link.
"Sign this Contract, be her servant, and work off the debt. I was in a panic. I didn't know what else to do you see?"explained Makar
"I understand your choice although my acquaintance here sees to think otherwise," The Princess notes giving a very bow before allowing him to continue.
"So, she had me drink this potion, and drew some symbols on paper with a pen. The symbols glowed on paper, and then she opened my mouth and affixed the paper to the roof of my mouth, burning it as she did so, the paper melted into my mouth and hurt for a minute or two, then I started feeling much better. She said that it was done and to remember what I owed her, and to come when she summoned me." said Makar.
"Sounds like you got taken." said Link.
"I see your finally interested in the story Link," Zelda teases before returning her attention to the child. Drawn in by the intrinsic nature of the story and it's content.
"So the next day I went back to her house and I wanted to see what she expected me to do after working at the Mill. There were guards at her house. Also there was someone with one of the magic sticks there too. They seemed to be talking about money. She apparently was supposed to be paying a fee to the Temple for operating her business, but was either not sending money or not sending enough. She protested and was repeatedly slapped in the face. The man with the magic staff told the guards to take half of all her money, and they basically robbed her, ransacking her house and her shop like bandits." explained Makar.
"Something told me not to get involved and that trying to stop them would result in me getting seriously hurt or killed. So... I stayed away, as much as I wanted to help her." said Makar. "After that, I went back later in the evening, but there was another man with her, no guards, just a man with silvery white hair having tea with her. Talking with her about the fact she was robbed. The man expressed concern for her well being, saying that it was best to just move on and not to worry, and merely to accept what it was for what it was."
"This group doesn't seem to share a concern for their citizens at all," A look of worry crossed her face quickly as she began to shuffle uneasily. This seemed to take a quick turn Zelda expected a peaceful entrance of the story not for a dark turn.” said Zelda.
"The Fortune Teller came out and told me she had no need of me and told me to go home. I came back a few more times over the weeks, and more and more often, the same silver haired man was with her. I wondered if this were a member of her family, or perhaps a man she was going to marry." explained Makar, “but thats not what happened.”
Quirking a brow it seemed like an odd twist to have no use of someone you tried hard to save, "This teller confuses me why go through the trouble of saving you only to have you leave?" Retains her urge to ponder once again as she would after most of the child's breaks in speech.
“One day there was a sign posted outside her shop stating she was closed for business and would resume her business at a certain day and time. I thought that this meant there was going to be a wedding." said Makar. "That the man who was seeing her was courting her, and she agreed to marry him." Makar said. "I felt happy for her."
That night I returned to her home, to see what she wanted me to do for her wedding. I heard shouting and arguing inside the house. It was the fortune teller and the silver haired man from before. They were fighting over something. There was mentions of being married to him, but from the discussion, it was if the wedding had already happened. He said that as long as she wore his ring, she was bound by her promise." said Makar.
The man grabbed her by the wrist, squeezing her hard, and pulled her to him. "Your hurting me." she cried out. "Stop." he hoisted her over his shoulders like a sack of potatoes." He carried her up to her bedroom, All I could here was crying from for what seemed like two hours. " finished Makar.
Zelda jumped slightly gasping as she did, "T-that sounds..." Lost for words for once she sat there uneasy with the topic. Looking to Link for support she remains quiet shifting gaze between the two of them.
"The man left the house, and once I was sure he could not see me sneaking inside, I went in her house as fast as I could, and ran up the stairs, and I found the Fortune teller sobbing in her bed, her clothes in a pile on a chair. She held out her hand to me and I took it. She said: "It will be okay. Makar, you have learned everything you need to, and your time here is done, you can go back to where you came from." she had me fetch a slip of paper, with strange writing on it. She told me to touch the symbols on the gate in the order on the page." he said. "The gate opened and I jumped in, and then I fell through a tunnel and was back in Hyrule... just like that." said Makar.
Taking a deep breath Zelda let out a deep sigh focusing onto the child, "Well that explains how you got here and I must Thank you for not sparing any details." She offer a light bow, "And if you need anything I'm wiling to provide it for you."
"There is one more thing." said Makar.
"Just before I left, there was a man speaking on a soap box that wore clothes almost like Link, but he wore a white Tabard and Tunic, he had red hair, and a blue cap with a feather, and a golden glowing sword, it telling everyone to remain calm, and that the gods protection of the world of Soleil was still strong, and that there was nothing to worry about, and he urged no one to panic, and that his investigations found nothing. I have no idea what he was talking about." said Makar.
“Din said I had five years. I think it's been three. I don't know what Din thinks I can change.” said Makar. “If something so terrible from that world exists it can harm a goddess…”
“Another Triforce perhaps?” asks Zelda.
“Alright, what do you expect us to do about it?” asked Link.
“I have no idea.” said Makar. “After I leave, I'm going back to the lost woods, and trying to not think about the future, and enjoy the fact that I don't have to wake up at dawn to go spin textiles in a mill for 6 to 8 hours a day.” Makar said leaving Hyrule castle.
Makar made his way back to the lost woods. He walked though the trees and into the fog. Flashes of the past went through his mind. He looked at the trees, he thought he saw something in the trees. He looked at a branch on the tree, it looked like a twisted arm. Makar had never noticed this before. Perhaps he was incapable of seeing this before. He walked deeper into the forest. He noticed the fairies weren't flocking to him. He walked into a clearing where he saw the huge form of the great Deku Tree, or rather the husk that remained of the great Deku Tree, long covered by green moss. He looked up at the face of the tree, and then he turned, and looked around. He saw faces in the trees. Some were looking at him. Some of the faces looked twisted and contorted. A fear came over him. He walked out of the clearing, and sat under a tree without a face.
Sleeping on the grass wasn't the same. He missed having blankets and a mattress. He relaxed on the cold ground. The forest had not changed, he had as a result of his experiences. He didn't want to think about the trees in the forest. He didn't want to think about the towns and the mill. He just wanted to sleep, hoping when he woke up he could play in the Lost woods as he always had. That just wasn't possible.
It was early morning over Scuttle Town. All was quiet, the sun had not risen. A flaming ball of fire streaked across the sky. It impacted the water with a loud and thunderous crash. The water sent a tidal surge washing up to Shantae's light house. It drenched the small point of land, and nearly flooded the entrance. The citizens of Scuttle Town came outside to find their streets and filled with draining water ponds. Shantae herself came outside and said. “Did anyone just hear that enormous crash in the distance?”
“Half the town heard that, Shantae.” said Bolo as the mayor came running outside.
“Help! Help! The sun has come to take its revenge on me and claim my life!” exclaimed the Mayor.
“Mayor Scuttlebutt, don't worry, the sun hasn't come to claim your life.” said Shantae. “I'm going to go down to the beach to have a look around.” said Shantae. “Everyone just, go back home, and if anything else happens tell me, okay?”
The citizens of Scuttle Town dispersed. Shantae ran down to the beach, where there were small waves crashing against the shore. Walking along the beach, Shantae noticed dead fish and other sea creatures washing up on the land. “What happened to all these fish?” asked Shantae out loud.
“The falling star that struck the water hit the water so hard the shock killed the fish.” said a large red octopus.
“Squid Baron?” Shantae asked. “Did you see what happened here?”
“I saw a shooting star come down in a blaze of fire, it struck the water far out past the breakers. It's probably at the bottom of the sea by now.” said Squid Baron.
“I could go out there and try to look for it, but I might not find it on the bottom of the ocean. I'll ask Uncle Mimic what he thinks. Thank's Squid Baron!”
Shantae ran back to Mimic's lab. “Uncle?”
“What is it Shantae? Its still dark out and I really wanted to go back to bed.”
“Squid Baron says he saw a falling star strike the water.” said Shantae.
“A meteor. A rock from the space beyond this world.” said Mimic. “We should be thankful it didn't strike land, or some place in Scuttle Town.” said Mimic.
“Yeah, I think that would be really bad, and destroy someone's house.” said Shantae.
“Go back to bed. There's really no point to staying up.” said Mimic.
Shantae went back to bed and the event was largely overlooked for the next few days. Then one day Shantae saw the Mayor ordering steel mills and glass blowers to construct things. He had a pad of papers with drawings on them. “What are you doing?” asked Shantae.
“… I've felt so inspired to make things, so many idea just popped into my head.” said the Mayor. “For the past two nights, I've been visited by voices of spirits when I am alone.”
“Voices?” asked Shantae.
“You haven't heard them? They say your name when you are in your room all alone and no one is around?” asked the Mayor.
Shantae cocked her head to the side. “No, I don't hear voices at night.”said Shantae.
“It sounds like royalty.” said the Mayor. “They give me such confidence.”
“What are you talking about?” asked Shantae.
“I need to get to work.” said the Mayor.
The next day even more men and women saying they heard voices at night keeping them awake were found out and about working on things. Bolo was among them, this concerned Skye.
“I'm not sure how to help him. They just work till they can't.” said Skye.
“I'm going back to the beach. There has to be an explanation and I bet it has something to do with that shooting star.” said Shantae. “If you hear any voices don't listen.” Skye nodded.
The beach was normal, and quiet. Shantae walked along the beach. Shantae figured that there must be clues. She suddenly found herself being lifted from the ground. The genie shackles on her wrists glowed, and she accelerated out over the water. She moved faster and faster out over the sea, she was terrified as she had no control over which direction she was flying through the air. She found herself on a direct course for a floating castle on a small floating island, and gradually slowing down. She was then deposited on the ground before a couple. Shantae stood up. The man was tall and pale with soft blue eyes and blue hair. The woman had green hair, but she was strikingly similar to Shantae in appearance.
“What's going on?” asked Shantae
“This is a first.” said the Man. “This lamp summoned a woman, not a Genie.”
“She has ears like a Fairy Elf.” said the woman.
“You must be veryt confused. My name is Shion, and this is my wife, Asha.” said Shion.
“Shantae. Pleased to make your acquaintance...” Shantae noticed the couple had the magic lamp Risky Boots used to steal her powers. “Where did you get that?!” said Shantae.
“The bottom of the Ocean.” said Asha.
“How?!” asked Shantae.
“The castle helped us locate this. Now who might you really be and why do you look so similar to me?” asked Asha.
“My name is Shantae, I told you. That lamp is used to suck up magic, it can be used to strip me of my powers. So unless you want to steal my powers, its not ...”
“You don't look like a Genie.” said Shion. “You look like an ethnic Fairy Elf hybrid.”
“I'm only half Genie.” Shantae replied. “I don't know what a Fairy Elf is. I can only guess its an Elf that has Fairy powers.”
“How is one half a Genie?” asked Asha.
“I don't know. My father was Human.” said Shantae. “Now let me ask you two something...”
Asha and Shion nodded.
“Do you know anything about the shooting star that crashed into the sea, or the voices some of the people are hearing at night?” asked Shantae.
Asha and Shion's eyes widened, “I know nothing about any shooting star crashing into the sea. The stories of people hearing voices sounds depressingly familiar.” said Asha.
Shion followed up with. “Do they present themselves as gods or make big promises about gold and riches? Do they call out your name like they know you?” said Shantae.
“I don't have that much detail.” said Shantae. “I haven't heard any voices. So I don't know.”
“Captain Brenna.” asked Shion.
“Yes, Lord Shion?” responded someone entering from a stairwell.
“Set the Castle on a Course for whatever direction she came from.” ordered Shion.
“You're taking me home?” asked Shantae.
“We are professional soldiers. We are not kidnappers, slavers, bandits, or pirates. You are not a Genie. You are Human, therefore you have your own free will. We will not keep you here against.” said Shion. “But it sounds like the we have a situation to contain before things get out of hand. This is our job.” said Shion.
Mayor Scuttlebutt was sitting by his retreat as the floating castle cast a shadow over him. He looked up at the floating castle, and ran as fast as he could to find Shantae. Shantae, Brenna the Fairy Elf captain, Asha, and Shion descended on a platform. Skye was the first to show up to ask what was happening. ”Where have you been?!” asked Skye, “and who are they?”
“Friends hopefully. Professional monster hunters.” said Shantae.
“Do you know any more about what has happened to Bolo, and the Mayor?” said Skye.
“They might.” referring to the two visitors.
“Tell us what's been going on.” said Asha.
“Care to tell me your names?” said Skye.
“I'm Asha, this is my Husband Shion.” said Asha taking Shion's hand.
“Tell us what's happening.” asked Shantae.
“Fights have started breaking out between those that are hearing voices in their heads, and those that aren't. Some merchants and shop owners have said that people are coming in to their stores and just taking whatever they want, like looters...”
“Where is the Mayor?” asked Shantae.
“At his retreat.” said Skye.
"And... Who's that Alien guy you mention?" Shantae asked at them.

"Those Aliens have been manipulating everything and everyone for years. I had enough of that and decided to go by myself to stop that." Shion replied as he explained, "After many fights and adventures, I reached their space station, where BioMeka was there to fight me, but I beat him before the station exploded. The falling star you seen it may be one of the remains of it."

"I see..." Shantae nodded. "And was that the last time you saw BioMeka?" she asked.

"No. He came back but Asha beat him for me that time. I guess that was the last time he appeared."
"I'm certain he's dead, I cut him down with my Scimitar myself, I watched him bleed out and collapse. BioMeka is not a man, he looks more like an octopus with one eye. He's very large, and covered in veins." Asha explained and continued. "I found him in a deep that was part of an underground water way. There was no where for him to try to escape too. His bloody ooze was on my scimitar when I left."

"Are you certain?" asked Shantae.
"Absolutely completely. I've never been more certain than I was that I killed BioMeka." said Asha.
"Well, how do you explain what is happening in Scuttle town?" asked Shantae.
"I can't. Thats part of why we came here." said Shion.

The group started walking when Shantae spotted a Pirate ship approaching the harbor. "Oh no... Risky... not now."
"What are you talking about?" asked Shion and Asha.
Asha said. "You have Pirate attacks here?"
"Well, yeah. Very often." Shantae replied.
“These Pirates are going to complicate things.” said Shion. “I understand that it is not very diplomatic; but I need to intervene because there is a live infection in this town, and it's spreading. The pirates could complicate matters here. They could put lives at risk. Brenna, we are going back to the castle and going to engage the Pirates, we just want to get them to retreat.” said Shion.
“Yes sir.” Brenna takes off back to the castle and whistles to her Fairy Elven subordinates. The Fairy Elves rush to the castle walls armed with bows and flaming arrows.
“I'm going to board their ship and parlay with their captain. If I can get them to leave, I will other than that, I… Oh no...” Shion said as he got closer to the pirate ship. “They are infested with BioMeka.” said Shion.
"Are you sure?! That means... Risky!" Shantae gasped.
“We will handle this, but is there anything we should know about Risky Boots?” said Asha.
“She uses small creatures called Tinkerbats as minions, they are not very strong, but could pose problems in large numbers.” explained Shantae. “I really should go with you...”
“We can handle a Pirate ship, but if they've mutated into something other than what they should be you may not know how to deal with them. I've seen from experience what creatures mutated from BioMeka infection can do. You have not.” explained Shion.
“What does Risky Boots look like?” asked Asha.
“She's taller than I am, pale skin, normally wears a Skull and crossbones hat, she carries a scimitar.” said Shantae.
“We'll try and avoid killing her if at all possible.” said Asha as she and Shion walked to the pier where the pirate ship docked. They clung to the anchor, and upon reaching the deck, then began making their way across the deck. They then opened the door to go below the deck. Asha and Shion walked down the stairs and into the corridors. The walls began to look like they were growing veins and tentacles. Asha and Shion knew what this meant. Asha checked doors for signs of Risky Boots. Behind one door they opened revealed a collection of powder kegs. Asha made a mental note that was here, and nodded to Shion.
They saw something scurrying about in the darkness. Asha turned to see what it was, but it was soon gone.  Asha covered Shion's back as they went. Suddenly no more than six arms grabbed ahold of Shion. One around each leg, one around his neck. Shion struggled and fought the creatures with what strength he could. He wound up bashing one into the side of the wall, and Asha pulled the attacking tinker bats off Shion and decapitated one with her sword. There were more noises coming from the corridors.
“They know we're down here.” said Asha.
Multiple single cyclops like eyes could be seen in the distance. They were looking directly at the invading Humans.
Outside the ship, Shantae wondered what was happening. Mayor Scuttlebutt put her his hand on Shantae from behind. “Shantae what's going on?” asked the Mayor.
"Stay here, Mayor! This means business! I'll help them!" Shantae glared and ran off.
Asha was slashing and cutting her way through the Tinkerbats. Shion made his way with her down a corridor that looked like a Captain's quarters. She expected Risky Boots to be hold up inside. The quarters were empty.
Disobeying Asha and Shion's commands, Shantae was confronted by more mutated Tinkerbats, They all had a Cyclops eye, and some had blue and pink spines on their backs.

Asha and Shion rummage around Risky's Quarters and take logs and maps. They start to make their way off the ship fighting Tinkerbats as they ran. They re-emerged out on the deck of the ship, much to their horror they saw Shantae standing on the deck of the ship fighting Tinkerbats with her hair. “What are you doing?! The ship is rigged to explode with powder kegs everywhere! Get off the ship now! I'm going to blow the ship up, and the creatures with it!”
"Not until I find out if Risky is okay!" Shantae exclaimed.

"She's not in there! I looked! Maybe she ran off when she found her ship was being taken over, I'm not sure. But I took her logs and maps. We need to have a talk when this is over too." Shion said.
"Right!" Shantae nodded and took off running in the other direction.
He hurled some magic fireballs to set the powder kegs ablaze. he also fired a fireball into the sky to let the Fairy Elf archers fire at the ship creating more fires. The Powder detonates and the whole ship.
Swimming back into the harbor, the three emerged back on the beach. Asha and Shion went back to the Floating castle, inside the main hall. Shion and Asha dismissed the guards and Asha closes the doors with the guards outside.
"We need to have a conversation." said Shion.
"I know you probably aren't used to doing things this way, but if you want to work with us, you need to listen to us." Asha said.
"Just because we have your lamp doesn't mean we can control you, or that you belong to us, or you have to do what we say, if you want to try and handle things your way, on your own, we won't stop you. We'll give you the lamp, you can leave any time you feel like it." explained Asha.
"But if you want to stay with us, if we tell you to do something, or not to do something, you need to listen to us, we have the experience of being in these sorts of situations before. What you did back there? Almost got you killed. So what will it be?"It is." said Shion as he held hands with his wife. "We need to introduce Shantae to the Meka Dragon down below.
They walk off and go down to get Shantae and Mimic.

"Pleasecome with us. "Asha and Shion instruct Mimic and Shantae to follow them inside the castle. The deeper they go down into the castle the more new and metallic looking the walls become. Eventually, they come to a door with a panel on it. Upon tapping the panel the door opens, and the dark inside lights up revealing a large mechanical dragon, similar to Dagron.
"Online." said the creature.
"Dragon. Conduct an analysis of these two people. Please detect for BioMeka species."
The creature spoke up. "Identify Shion. 85 % Homo-Sapiens, 15% Homo-Mystica composition. No BioMeka DNA or Parasite detected. Identify Asha. 100% Homo-Sapiens... The Dragon continued.
"New Subject 118-A, 52% Homo-Sapiens, 48% Trans-Dimensional species 419. No BioMeka DNA or Parasite detected.
"New Subject 118-B 100% Homo-Sapiens. No BioMeka DNA or Parasite detected."
"This machine was discovered by my ancestors around 900 Years ago. We think BioMeka constructed it." said Shion.
"Quite a remarkable device." said Mimic.
"And why do you guys use it?" Shantae asked.
"It provides useful insight to things we wouldn't be able to explain, like how some of BioMeka's evil magic works, and how we can use that to our advantage. You have to understand your way out of this. I don't think anything in this world is unexplainable, and that all things that happen including magic, happen for understandable and measurable reasons. There are no unexplainable things."
"Alert!" said the Dragon. "A vessel is approaching containing one sapient occupant." said the Dragon.
"Lets go capture and board and find out what they want." Shion says. Shion then turns and goes back upstairs to find Risky's Oceanic Tinker Tub approaching the floating castle. Several Fairy Elves are pointing Flaming arrows at the Tinker Tub.
"Oh what's going on?" asked Risky as she was brought aboard by the Fairy Elf Captain. "You have to be kidding me, Elves? That are also Fairies? And what's with your ridiculous Blue hairdo? Risky then looks over at Asha... And... so... are you Shantae's Cousin or something? Shantae I know you have something to do with this.
"No, Risky! It is not what you think! I can explain!" Shantae assured.
"Yeah, explain, because I've had a terrible last few days. My Tinkerbats decided to mutiny against me. At first they started acting like thy were having seizures. Then some of them grew spines and came after me! So what's going on here?


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Joetoonmania Featured By Owner May 23, 2016  Student Filmographer
Shion from Wonder Boy Monster World VS Sonic From Sonic The Hedgehog on Death Battle
Kalinka-Shadows Featured By Owner May 23, 2016
Do you take requests?
Joetoonmania Featured By Owner May 24, 2016  Student Filmographer
Shion from wonder boy monster world appear on death battle
Kalinka-Shadows Featured By Owner May 24, 2016
I saw.
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Illukona Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the llama (:
Kalinka-Shadows Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2016
You are very welcome.
ShadowSkullkid Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry the drawing is taking so long, I'm busy.
Kalinka-Shadows Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2016
Not a serious problem, do you have any drafts or scraps?
ShadowSkullkid Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No, I've had school and other drawing for people, but it will be done witching two days.
Kalinka-Shadows Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2016
OK. Thats cool.
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