Crimson Triforce, Chapter 20 It was beyond hot, inside the Fire Temple. So much so, that to say it felt like being inside a dragon- in a volcano, on the sun - would still not explain it. Luckily Link, Lina, and the rest of the team were wearing Goron tunics, and barely felt the blistering temperature.
“Remind me to find out what this stuff is made of,” Lina commented with a grin, feeling the fine material the tunics were made from. “I’d love to get ahold of some to make more stuff out of. Imagine the kind of money we could make off selling clothes made outta this!”
Link frowned slightly, looking at her with mild disappointment. Lina blinked, unsure what she’d done wrong at first. Then she thought about it for a minute, and smiled sheepishly.
“Sorry,” she mumbled nervously, “I guess that’d kinda be taking advantage, huh?”
“Only a little,” Zelgadis pitched in, his tone dry and sarcastic. Lina shot him a rude look
Slayers Unlimited Episode 7,8,9here is the 7th episode
Based on the novels made by Hajime Kanzaka and Rui Arazumi
and a fanfic made by frrobins
lets say that it is a new fan made episode
Crimson Triforce Ch. 19"Death Mountain..." Lina mused aloud, as she looked up at the very-imposing mountain before them.
"Pretty fitting name, if looks are anything to be believed," Zelgadis murmured, walking up beside her. Even from where they stood, they could see the reasons behind the name; heavy smoke pouring out from the top of the mountain, giant rocks rolling along the only visible route up, and strange, spider-like creatures that watched the interlopers with red, beady eyes.
Link stepped up to the front of the group, looking up at the dangers before them. Not for the first time in his life, he felt that twinge in his heart; a prickling, wiggling sensation that made him wonder if things would be okay. He'd never been fearless. He was a normal person, and he felt the same fear that anyone else would when faced with danger. It didn't help that he was still missing pieces of his memories, that there were important thoughts and information about what they were about to face, that he couldn't draw
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