The Legend of Zelda: March of the Iron Army

Quest Log Eleven

Active Quests, 12 – 18 – 3531

The Royal Seals – We have freed the Zora Empire from the attempted coup at the hands of Zorm the Ocean Master and the Onox High Priestess Calypsus. The Zora King and Queen granted us the Royal Seal of the Empire, though not without some hesitation.

The Warbands of Onox – We have located the Scientist and are preparing to destroy her. We’ve called in help form a detachment of Arcadian soldiers, courtesy of the newly crowned King Facade.

The Song that Never Ends – The distant future composer Rell wrote down an incomplete melody called Song of the Future, which was used to activate the Time Gate in Clock Town. We also saw a vision of a companion piece being written on a wall by a man in a dungeon.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Twelve

Active Quests, 12 – 20 – 3531

The Royal Seals – We retrieved the Royal Seal of the undead kingdom of Ikana, in the form of the king’s signet ring. Of course that wasn’t all we found in Ikana.

The Warbands of Onox II – Three more Warlords remain. They’ll only get tougher from here, especially now that Onox has discovered our return to the present.

Soul of a King – We discovered that Igos du Ikana, the last king of Ikana before it fell into ruin, was not able to awaken like the other undead of Ikana. The Raven Queen revealed that King Igos had spent his youth worshiping Torog, the evil god of the underworld, also known as the King Who Crawls. King Igos had converted to serve the Raven Queen later in life, but the result was that both gods had an equal claim to his soul. In order to settle their dispute and prevent a war, the gods agreed to seal the soul in a crystal sphere an cast it into the Abyss until one of their champions could claim it.

The Song that Never Ends – We found the companion song to the Song of Future scribbled on the wall of an Ikana dungeon. Labeled Song of Past, the notes fill out but don’t quite complete the melody.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

The Warbands of Onox – The Scientist is no more. We thrashed her cybernetics-enhanced laser-toting Iron Knuckles and destroyed her central processing unit with the help of Arcadian soldiers. Unfortunately, two soldiers died in the fight, one of which was killed accidentally by a spell that Houndaer cast… which will probably leave Arcadia less willing to help us in the future.
Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Thirteen

Active Quests, 12 – 22 – 3531 / 11 – 5 – 4330

The Royal Seals – King Valent of Labrynna promised to give us his royal seal if we retrived a special magical cashew for him. We discovered that the cashew, known as the Tuni Nut, was instrumental in pacifying a dormant volcano monster below Symettry City. A secret order of villagers had conspired to rid themselves of the Nut and slay the monster themselves, but were thwarted by the party and Roman Bellic. The King says he will honor his promise, however…"

Missing Marbles – Mystical glass orbs created by Father Time in the ancient past have gone missing, stolen from their current caretaker Nayrun, the Oracle of Ages. Nayrun has sent us 799 years into the future to locate and retrieve the stolen marbles before they are used to alter history. We’ve tracked the thief, a mysterious rogue known as Blind, to an island off the coast of Future Labrynna.

The Warbands of Onox – We have now defeated the dread Emperor of Mankind as well as the computerized scientist GlaDOS. Two more warlords remain, the Agent and the Reaper.

Soul of a King – We discovered that Igos du Ikana, the last king of Ikana before it fell into ruin, was not able to awaken like the other undead of Ikana. The Raven Queen revealed that King Igos had spent his youth worshiping Torog, the evil god of the underworld, also known as The King That Crawls. King Igos had converted to serve the Raven Queen later in life, but the result was that both gods had an equal claim to his soul. In order to settle their dispute and prevent a war, the gods agreed to seal the soul in a crystal sphere an cast it into the Abyss until one of their champions could claim it.

The Song that Never Ends – We found the companion song to the Song of Future scribbled on the wall of an Ikana dungeon. Labeled Song of Past, the notes fill out but don’t quite complete the melody.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

The Warbands of Onox – The Scientist and the Emperor are dead.
Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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Quest Log Fourteen

Active Quests, 12 – 24 – 3531, 10:17AM (Christmas Eve)

Groovy – Ash is back and more determined than ever to destroy General Onox.

The Plight of the Purloined Pugilist – Connor, my apparent replacement in the crowd I used to run with, has asked us to find a member of their group, a brawler called Nadia, who was captured and stuffed into an Iron Knuckle.

The Royal Seals – We have set off for the Kingdom of Calatia to secure their Royal Seal from their monarch, Tsaritsa Selene.

The Warbands of Onox – Two more Warlords remain: The Reaper and The Agent.

Soul of a King – We discovered that Igos du Ikana, the last king of Ikana before it fell into ruin, was not able to awaken like the other undead of Ikana. The Raven Queen revealed that King Igos had spent his youth worshiping Torog, the evil god of the underworld, also known as The King That Crawls. King Igos had converted to serve the Raven Queen later in life, but the result was that both gods had an equal claim to his soul. In order to settle their dispute and prevent a war, the gods agreed to seal the soul in a crystal sphere an cast it into the Abyss until one of their champions could claim it.

The Song that Never Ends – We found the companion song to the Song of Future scribbled on the wall of an Ikana dungeon. Labeled Song of Past, the notes fill out but don’t quite complete the melody. There may be a present-day counter part somewhere in our time.

The Fire Rod – Ash was able to retrieve the Fire Rod’s magical energy from Vire, restoring its power. We still don’t know the reason Link sought the Rod’s power, but in the meantime Houndaer has made great use of it as an implement for his spellcasting.

Crouching Inventor – Groose is still estranged from his mysterious wife. Her home is said to be a sacred mountain at the north end of the Sand Sea. Now that our Loftwings have their armor, we can travel there.

Completed Quests

Missing Marbles – We were able to retrieve some of the Marbles of time. After cornering Blind in his hideout beneath Crescent Island, he revealed that his intention was to time travel into the Sacred Realm into a time before it was sealed—and take the Triforce for himself. His aim appears to have been off: a pig-like demon called “Ganon” emerged from the collapsing portal, skewered Blind, and dragged the thief back into the Sacred Realm with him.
The Warbands of Onox – The Scientist and the Emperor are dead.
Santa Claus is Coming To Town – We were bad enough dudes to help Santa save Christmas.
Spring in Winter – We found a new fountain for the Great Fairy Gael near the gate of Kasutopolis, and as promised she enhanced Kavone’s bombs. Kavone also asked her out on a date, which she surprisingly accepted. (No offense, but Kavone is a cow… just sayin’.)
The Dwarf King – We discovered Dorin Stonestride, King of the Dwarves, and helped him both recover the Royal Seal and rescue the captured survivors of his company. Sadly, five of the soldiers were killed, four ambushed by Bulblin Raiders and one crushed by an ancient abomination that vaguely resembled Kavone.
The Strange Case of Tiffany Horserender – Tiffany confessed her crimes to Brandle. Though he was devastated, Brandle hoped that one day he could forgive her. He says that it’s time he let go of the past. Unfortunately, while Brandle was still present, Cheren attempted to murder Mrs. Horsrender for her crimes. While I understand her sentiment, this is a matter the Dwarven courts should handle. We did manage to save Tiffany’s life, and she will stand trial as soon as she’s able.
Convoy Chaos – The convoy was being hit by strange visitors from another dimension. Lacking empathy and in an eternal war with the “Space Orcas”, the aliens were stealing medical supplies and bodies to fuel their war effort. We dealt with the visitors and sent them a message, but this may bear further investigation.
When Are We? – We learned from Aryll that we arrived in the past nine-months after we left.
Link’s Murderer – General Onox, the killer of Link, has plunged the world into war. He is now guilty of crimes against the entire planet and will be brought to justice accordingly.
Usurper King Zuna – Zuna and his followers have been defeated and banished to roam the desert by the spirit of True Justice at the Arbiter’s Grounds. The rest of the surviving Interlopers had their dark magic extracted by the Light Spirits, who used it to create a portal to a realm where they can live safely and keep Hyrule safe from them. Midna has been freed from her arranged marriage to Zuna’s son Gaffe-Ri and may be the ruler of her people some day.
Clock Town Refugees – We managed to get the refugees through the Time Gate without any fatalities. However, the Sheriff elected to stay behind and take Majora down—or die trying.
Escape from Clock Town – We made it through the time gate and are back in Hyrule—though it’s unclear when.
Sweet Music – The composer of the ritual music to active the Time Gate is dead—Kavone killed him after he had taken the form of a dancing demon after being corrupted by Majora. He managed to hide his composition, the Song of Future, and somehow keep its location a secret even from the creature that had consumed him.
Splintered Cell – We found Sheriff Ryn’s squadron of wooden police-men—and killed them. They had fallen under the domination of an agent of Majora, a demon called Sweet.
The Vile Veran and Villainous Vire – Veran and Vire are dead—for now at least. Veran had been hiding inside Zelda the whole time, it seems, and used the ressurection ritual of the dragons to create herself a new body. Ash and Cheren made sure that body didn’t last long and Kavone, gods bless him, kept us all alive.
The Forest Emerald – We retrieved the Emerald from a Great Fairy named Pathos and returned it to Skyloft. The Dragons are reborn, though Rauru himself was not what he seemed.
Chancellor Cole, Not Evil – The clearly evil mayor of Ordon Town was revealed to be a demonic entity in the service of the Demon King, Malladus, as well as a double agent for Queen Metia. The human noble Metia sent to Hyrule to request help from Zelda was killed by the harsh forces of the time gate, unbeknownst to the Queen, his deception having given Metia the justification to invade Hyrule. Khashana was able to resurrect the real Cole, who returned to Clock Town to mourn his daughter.
The Siege of Clock Town – General Onox’s attack on the home of the Interlopers has left them spread thin. Their leader, Queen Metia, has agreed to a ceasefire while her Tribe repels Onox’s forces from Clock Town.
Hammer Time – Ash returned the ancient flower to the Bazaar and the blacksmith repaired the Megaton Hammer.
Slumbering Dragon – Lanayru is dead, killed in the same way as Faron and Eldin. This time the attack came through Lanayru’s dreams, a man with a burn-scarred face leading the Interlopers into Lanayru’s peaceful slumber.
Secure Timeshift Ore – Groose gave us the timeshift ore as promised and we returned it to Rauru in Skyloft
Interlopers Will Be Shot, Survivors Will be Shot Again – Investigate the attacks of the Dark Interlopers.
Absolution – You convinced Jeryn, the Oracle of Secrets, to forgive herself for getting her rescuers killed. She sent them to the Afterlife and Ash learned the Song of Healing.
The Greatest Bow – Cheren recovered the Everdeen Greatbow, supposedly the most powerful bow on the Prime Material Plane.
The Naked Man – Shigeru Kakariko’s identity and face were restored to him.
Immortal – Balian Rasputin’s immortality no longer applies if a servant of Hylia kills him. First he wants to seek redemption.
The Eldin Ruby – You recovered the ruby forged in the heart of Death Mountain, but did not prevent the Interloper Creature from stealing Eldin’s heart.
Waterfall – While you were able to rescue the Lake Floria campers from Jason Voorhees, he delayed you long enough for the Interlopers to reach Faron and kill her.

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