Prologue The green hero of time ran through the thick forest, slashing his sword this way and that to get though the heavy branches and leaves blocking his path. The mountainous terrain mixed with trees and all sorts of green plants blocking the way made it a dangerous climb. The region's history and location made it even more, if possible, horrifying, as he had to watch his step, time, and be alert for any creatures lurking somewhere behind a bush covered with dark colored berries. Several times he had to slash his way through a small pack of Dark Space Beetles that had somehow adapted to this environment. He stopped when he saw what he was looking for. He was finally here, at the temple ruins. Where there should be high built pillars supporting a ceiling encrusted with jewels and diamonds, there was every pillar broken in half laying on the ground, diamonds scattered everywhere. A broken stone statue looked as if it had previously shown a warrior, his leg perched on top of a rock. His body pointed towards the sky, but you could not tell anything else from it. The whole upper half of the statue seemed to have shattered into boulder-like pieces, which were also scattered along the ground. An ominous wind blew, making Link shiver at the thought of what person could have done such a thing. This could not have been an act of nature, but an attack. Although he knew almost everything of this precious situation, he was not sure who or why anyone would do such a thing? He was not even sure Ganondorf would cause such a disturbance to this temple. Link took a second look up at the broken statue and went deep into thought. It did look oddly familiar... But there was no possible way that it could be that person. No way. Not the time to stop and think though. Link had to find a way to go back in time, once again. He had to warn other of the incoming danger, again. His earlier attempts failed, and now everyone was gone. The collection of people who destroyed Tabuu last time had broken apart, and when Link tried to put them back together, they all vanished. There were others willing to help, but before Link could get to them, they had already been gone. His worst enemy at the moment was the key into getting his friends back, so he could end this war finally. A war that had gone on for too long. At that moment, a huge roar filled the air. The sudden shock and the power of the roar threw him to the ground, his sword flying from his hand and landing a good four feet away. A huge monster had appeared, but this was no ordinary monster. Passed through legends in a region far off called Sinnoh, this was supposed to be the dragon that controlled time. A hero to most people at Sinnoh, but a great fear to others who didn't even know that collecting monsters like these were a hobby. At the time others would run and plead for help, Link stayed calm, slowly getting up to his feet, a shine of hope in the pit of his stomach. Something he hadn't felt in such a long time. Time. This was going to help him. The diamond across the monster's chest armor gleamed in the light that came from the setting sun. His eyes focused on Link for a moment, then to the sword laying on the ground. There was another massive roar, and the monster slashed his claw at the sword on the ground, splitting it in half. Link stood frozen in his spot, his eyes fixed on the sword split in two on the ground. Would it matter that it was gone? Would he need it now? Link was starting to sweat, his hands clenched into fists, a symbol of three triangles formed together was staring to glow on the back of Link's left hand. The one sword that had gotten him through so much was gone. For a moment, Link thought of trying to attack the monster with his bare hands. He didn't however, because another roar sent him flying strait into one of the broken pillars. Link had no time to think as he gasped for the air which had been knocked out of him. The monster was starting to attack again, a bright ball of light forming in its mouth, a signal for another attack. Link couldn't move to get out of the way. His legs were hurt too bad. Was this the end? Was it all over? Link's breathing speed up as there was a dark twinkle in the monster's eyes, the ball swirling with energy. For that one moment, Link knew, as the ball of energy flew at him with tremendous speed, that his time would soon be up.