Nozomi Akari (Japanese for Hope Light, or Light of Hope I would think), but she's really Zelda Hylia
how old is Link? About 17 or so
you dare ask? About 140
sandy blonde, almost red (dark brown as Nozomi)
sky blue (dark green as Nozomi)
(good, evil, ect.): good
and Physical Description: tall and slender, fair like her ancestor for which she is named
a little spunky, she really doesn't enjoy being a Princess. But also understands her responsibility she has been given and
will take it if she needs to.
Weapon: a long bow with a quiver of Light Arrows
Skill: She inherited much of her namesake’s talents, but the only one Zelda knows she has at this point is the ability
to change her appearance. She does not know what other skills she has, and so she cannot use them.
Her Light Arrows do the attacking for her, though she can do hand to hand when called for.
She feels that she must carry Hyrule's fate, so she doesn't want to get close to anyone
History: Born as the only child of the King and Queen of Hyrule,
Zelda was named for the Princess who saved Hyrule 100 years ago. She showed early on that she had inherited much of the first
Zelda's power and skill. It was thought that she would become a Sage, and lead Hyrule along the Golden Era. But Zelda had
other plans. She had dreams since an early age of a crisis coming to Hyrule and ending the golden age her ancestor had started.
She knew that the seal on the Sacred Realm would break, but no one listened to a small child. History, is seemed was about
to repeat itself. So, when Zelda turned 16 she decided she would alter that History, as if to ward off what would happen.
In the dark of night, she armed herself with what Light Arrows she had, took the Ocarina of Time guarded by her family, and
fled to the relatively new town of Pailia, where she changed her look and became Nozomi Akari.
History caught up with Zelda and now she finds that she has to be both the ranger/farmer Nozomi and the Princess Zelda to
face this fate, and still few believe in the threat coming from their past