Link still couldn’t get the image out of his head. The gerudo he imagined, was it real? Or
was it a bad memory brought up by thinking about the past. But then why would it not be Ganondorf, but someone like him. This
ambassador also gave his stomach a jab. Who was it, and why wouldn’t Nabooru, leader of the Gerudo, be coming? It all
seemed very strange to him. He got up and joined Zelda dining hall. The hall was greatly lit as Zelda anticipated her guest
that would be arriving shortly. Link, forgetting to bring a more formal attire came walking down the hallway in his usual
green Kokiri clothing. Zelda glanced up as Link pushed open the doors of the great hall. Her servants seated him beside her.
"Shall we wait for the ambassador to arrive my Princess?" Uttered one of the many servants bustling about. "Yes, the Gerudo
ambassador will not be arriving until six tonight." Link looked out through the window, the sun was nearly setting. "Are you
sure we can’t just start now Zelda? I mean, she might be late." Zelda positioned her utensils on there proper sides.
"No Link. That wouldn’t be very curdious at all. And why would you say that the ambassador be a woman?" Link suddenly
got very annoyed that Zelda always brought up every part of a sentence. "Well, because a male Gerudo is born only every one-thousand
years. It’s only been seven, I just assumed after Ganondorf, there wouldn’t be any male Gerudo left." Zelda pondered
this answer in her mind. "I guess you would be right on that one Link." Zelda straightened up the napkins and messed with
the spoons. Link was becoming bored waiting for this ambassador and became restless. He got up and paced around the room.
"Link could you please sit down." Link slumped back in his chair. He messed with the fork and spoons set before him. A moment
later a knock came from the great hall door. A guard opened it and something very bright shot through the air and out at Link.
Zelda, wide eyed, screamed and ducked. Link stood up and caught the bright little ball. Navi squeaked at Link for grabbing
her so tight. "Navi what do you think you are doing!" Navi hopped out of Link’s grasp and stood on the table. "I heard
the news about you fainting, I came to see if you were alright." Zelda poked her head up from underneath the table, and very
dignifiedly, set back onto her chair. Navi floated back up in front of Link’s face. "When are you going to be coming
home Link?" Link gave Zelda a look and turned to Navi. "After Zelda talks to the ambassador of the Gerudos. Link picked up
Navi by the wings. And she doesn’t need to be distracted by a flying light bulb! Link walked over to the window and
sat her down on the ledge. Now Navi, I’ll be back later tonight, you go home now." Navi got a annoyed expression on
her face. "Fine, I’ll go." And with that the bright ball of light whisked off into the slowly dimming sky. Link turned
to go back and found Zelda smirking a bit. "What’s so funny Zelda?!" Zelda trying to keep a straight face muttered,
"You two make a great couple." She then proceeded to laugh at Link who didn’t find this one bit funny. "Enough, she’s
just looking out for me, that’s all!" Zelda face softened, and her laughter subsided. Link also stopped. And that’s
when they heard it. The castle gates were being lowered. Link rushed to the window and seen a band of horses riding over the
wooden draw bridge. The ambassador had arrived.