A Normal Day in Hyrule - For Now.It was a pretty average day, if I do say so myself. Matt was jumping in holes, looking for treasure because he was a dork, Bree, was sleeping (again), and Jynx was stealing from unsuspecting do-gooder stores in Hyrule Castle Town. Little did they know that, on a far away island, a young apprentice had seen something...
"Mom, Mom! You HAVE to see this!" The apprentice, Ceres, had called her mother, Astrid.
"What is it?" Astrid ran into the room.
"Look in this..." Ceres shoved the crystal ball in Astrid's face. To the naked eye, it would seem like a few colored blurs, but to fortune tellers, those with a sixth sense, there were pictures and words.
"Oh my Goddesses..." Astrid's face paled.
"I don't understand what it means..." Ceres blew her fiery hair out of her eyes, frustrated.
"I've seen bits and pieces of this vision before, many years ago. The ones you see, they were too young then... Perhaps they're ready now... Perhaps that's why the vision was whole..." Ceres' mother explained.
"It means you must go to Hyrule and find them. Aid them. Help them in any way you can. Pack up, Ceres, you're going for a ride."
Linebeck could only get her so far on his boat, but it was good enough. It was smooth sailing from the Isle of Ember to the Zora's Domain, so that was nice. Once Ceres got off the boat, it was dark. She remembered her mom saying, "Get into Hyrule Castle Town at night. That's where you can get the purple one."
She'd asked, "How did he get in?"
Her mother had replied, "There's a secret entrance in the moat. You'll have to get a Zora Scale if you want to get in."
Ceres knew she'd have to win it, so that's exactly what she did. When she left the Domain, she realized her mother had neglected to tell her about the monsters that came out at night, but she figured, "Mom probably didn't tell me half the things I needed to know about this place..." and went on her way.