Uh... that part was in like some of the trailers, even some of the stuff most video game websites had when they started putting out footage from E3 and junk. Plus I saw it, and so did the guy who acted as my guide for playing the game even though he said not to use his playthrough as a guide.
But I am however re-writing some stuff in order to make certain connections between games. That, and just to add humor to it. I'm surprised no one's been complaining about Ghirahim's mansion in the mountains yet.
Glad that you liked it. Here is chapter 6 because i just remembered.
*Falling… Lewa was falling through darkness and it felt like he was falling for hours. It probably wasn’t, but he felt it was. And for no reason, there was a scabbard on his back with a different sword than the one he borrowed from Kualus. As he fell,
Ke$ha the same mysterious autotuned voice spoke out to him.*Female voice: Lewa…?Lewa, waking up: No, five more minutes…*There was suddenly a blinding light from above, making Lewa open his eyes only so much so he could see where the light was coming from. Of course it wasn’t Ke$ha making the light, but it was more like a repetition of that same dream from earlier chapter 1.*Lewa: What do you want, mysterious woman?! Get away from me!Female voice: I am waiting for you…Lewa: Oh, yeah? I’m not! You’re freaking me out.Female voice: The time has come for you to awaken. You are vital to a mission of great importance…Lewa: Oh, sorry, I quick-dozed off for a moment there.Female voice: Lewa…*The next moment Lewa looked, there was Nokama falling beside him. Then suddenly they were in the clouds. Lewa tried to reach for her, but Nokama only fell further away and into the mouth of that ugly indescribable monster from chapter 1.**At that moment, Lewa awoke in his bed, not sure what was going on.*Lewa: What just happened…?*He looked over and saw Lhikan drinking from a goblet.*Lhikan: Mah boi, this peace is what all true warriors STRIVE FOAR.Lewa: AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!*At that moment, Lewa awoke (this time for real) in his real bed, still not sure what was going on, seeing as he just had two nightmares in a row.*Lhikan: Ah, you’re awake.Lewa: Please don’t tell me this peace is what all true warriors strive for!Lhikan: Why would I say that? We’re not in some badly animated cartoon with poorly written dialogue. Plus, what peace? When your Loftwing carried you back all limp and unconscious, I feared the worst. Fortunately, you didn’t have any life-threatening injuries so we should be grateful. Unfortunately… my daughter is not here… why? She was with you, wasn’t she?Lewa: Funny story… see, a magical tornado came out of nowhere and took her right in and toss-threw me like a doll.Lhikan: I see… This was no ordinary storm. *As Lhikan turns away in sadness, Lewa tries to get up, but Lhikan stops him.*Lhikan: You must not push yourself. You’re still recovering.Lewa: Nonsense, I’m fine! *Lewa falls face first on the floor.*Lhikan: You’re not. Tell me, when you saw Nokama, did something about her seem… off?Lewa: Yeah, she kept talking about a world beneath the clouds. Plus I’ve been having cross-wired dreams about some mission thing.Lhikan: She was talking about the surface then? And you’re having dreams of some “great mission?” How interesting.Lewa: What?Lhikan: Oh, sorry, I was just rambling. I do that sometimes. Anyway, I doubt there’s any connection between these things, so I wouldn’t worry too much.Lewa: You’re not lying to keep me from a great destiny, are you?Lhikan: Uh… no?Lewa: Okay.Lhikan: Yeah, so why don’t you go to sleep now? As long as Nokama is with her Loftwing, I’m sure she’ll be fine. Not to mention it’s not even daybreak, so it would be difficult to spot a girl and a bird in the middle of the night, wouldn’t you think?Lewa: I guess so.Lhikan: Rest now. Nokama is out there alive. I can feel it.*So Lhikan leaves and Lewa falls asleep, only to hear some rhythmic humming not soon after. Lewa gets out of bed, and now we begin another chase sequence.*Lewa: Could that be…? Famous pop star Ke$ha? I want her autograph!*Lewa gets up from his bed and begins making his way out the door. Upon exiting, he looks to his right and sees someone at the end of the stairs. Was it the owner of the mysterious female voice? Possibly.*Lewa: I should have guessed Ke$ha wouldn’t be here…*Lewa grudgingly went to the stairs, but the mysterious woman floated up the stairs.*Lewa: Hey, stop wind-soaring! Walk up the stairs like normal!*The mysterious woman did not comply and instead continued until she went through the wall outside… like a ghost.*Lewa: This is getting pretty freaky.*Lewa exits the building from the door on the second floor. Normally, no one ever went out in Skyloft at night. Mainly because there were monsters that appeared at night that would attack and destroy whatever they saw, including innocent Matoran and poor helpless Toa. Lewa wasn’t so much afraid, but never the less he didn’t like the idea of going out at night…**There were spiders and jelly globs and bats.*Lewa: Oh, my!*There she was, waiting outside by that bridge thing that led to the Statue of the Goddess. Lewa gave chase and sure enough, she continued to float away backwards.*Lewa: Why won’t you let me catch you?!*Lewa went up the walkway, but the entrance to the statue was locked up.*Lewa: I forgot about that…*The mysterious woman instead took a slight “detour” to a ledge, forcing Lewa to do the same thing, except of course he couldn’t float. And before you ask, he doesn’t have the adaptive armor this time, but be patient… So unlike the other heroes who would eventually follow him, this guy does get a break. But the others aren’t off the hook! Anyway, Lewa continues going through, where he meets with Mia.*Lewa: Hey, you cute little freaky-kitty thing…*That’s when Mia hisses at him, letting out the roar of a wildcat.*Lewa: Whoa! I forgot these things become possessed at night!*Thinking quickly, Lewa took Mia and threw her off…*Lewa: It’s a good thing they can fly… right?*Lucky for him, Mia starts flapping her ears like wings, ready to go after him again…*Lewa: I’m out of here then!*He eventually makes it around and into the area of the statue. Now what? That’s when the mysterious woman decides to be like a ghost and go through one of the faces of the statue base. Oddly enough, there was what looked like could be an entrance covered by a Skyloftian seal. Not long after she did that, it turned out it was an entrance after all. Lewa went inside, not sure what was awaiting him within. After all, no one had ever been inside of the statue before.**As he kept running through the secret path, Lewa found himself in what looked like a shrine. Resting in the middle of the chamber was a lone glowing sword in a stone slab. Hey, this sounds familiar… anyone else think so?*Lewa: What… is this place?*As Lewa tries to approach the sword, the mysterious woman jumps out of the hilt… like a ghost.*Lewa: Aaaah! It’s possessed! Mysterious woman: The once chosen by my creator. I have been waiting for you. You will place a role in a great destiny.Lewa: So my dreams have told me…Mysterious woman: According to your social customs, I should provide you with my personal designation. Fi is the name I was given.Lewa: Okay. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, care to share this “destiny” with me?Fi: I was created for a single purpose, long before recorded memory of your people.Lewa: Thanks for fun-sharing… now can I have answers?Fi: I must aid you in fulfilling the great destiny that is your burden to carry.Lewa: Great… can you tell me what it is?Fi: Come, Lewa. You must take up this sword. As one chosen by my creator, it is your destiny. Lewa: Wait, quick-stop. Why should I trust anything you say? How do I know Matau didn’t just hire to you fool-prank me? Where are the cameras? Is everyone just going to spring-jump from out of nowhere and yell out “surprise?!” Fi: The strange dreams troubling your sleep. My sudden appearance. Uncertainty surrounding the fate of the one you hold dear.Lewa: Hey, knock that off! Matau can hear you! No, wait, that’s what you want, isn’t it??Fi: Under these circumstances, it is only… logical that you would exhibit some apprehension.Shockwave: The use of my most favored word by some digitized female is highly… illogical.Lewa: Who are you?! Shockwave: My identity is of no concern to you, lower life form.Fi: To minimize your uncertainty, allow me to share with you some information. My projections indicate that this information has a high probability of altering your current emotional state. Lewa: Uh… what was that last thing?Shockwave: It means the information may enlighten you.Lewa: Oh… what?Shockwave, annoyed: It might make you feel better.Lewa: Oh. I get it now. Okay, so what is it?Fi: There will be a mentally insane person who wears a helmet and plays with dolls going rampant.Lewa: … WHAT?!Fi: And the one you seek, the honorable Nokama, is still alive.Lewa: You mean…? How can you know all this?Shockwave: She is a cold, calculating, computerized mind. Almost as cold as me.Lewa: These words hurt my head. Fi: And this spirit maiden, the one you call Nokama, is another chosen one fated to be part of the same great mission. Therefore, if you wish to meet with your friend, I highly recommend you take up this sword before you set out to search for her.Lewa: Well…Fi: Does that information invigorate you? Are you ready to accept this sword?Lewa: All right… but try to use less of the big words around me…Fi: It seems further persuasive measures will not be required. In the name of my creator, draw the sword and raise it skyward.Lewa: You talk but I can’t understand you…*With his head buzzing from his conversation with Fi and Shockwave, Lewa approaches the sword in the stone, taking the hilt in both hands, and lifting it out of the slab to hold it skyward. Upon doing so, the blade absorbed the shining light, making the blade glow with infused power. This was the legendary Goddess Sword, once wielded by Hylia’s original hero so long ago.*Lewa: So does this mean I get to be king of something?Fi: My calculations say that there is a 15% chance you will ever be king of any such monarchal body.Lewa: Aw…*Caution… this may be the only time Fi has ever been wrong.*Fi: Recognition complete, Master. Lewa… my master.Lewa: Whoa now, what is this “master?” business? *Lewa lowered the Goddess Sword as it continued glowing. Then there was a familiar voice from behind.*Lhikan: Hey! Lewa!Lewa: Uh… I didn’t do it! No, wait… She told me to do it! She said I’d be king if I did it!Lhikan: Calm down, Lewa, there’s nothing to fear. I’ve had my suspicions, but until now I wasn’t sure. Yet here we are in the Chamber of the Sword, the very place where it was foretold the youth of legend would appear. It is said this place was left to us by the goddess herself. The knowledge of this room’s existence is a secret passed down to a select few each generation, along with a handful of words… “When the light of the goddess’s sword shines bright, the great apocalypse will wake from its long slumber. Do not gear, for it is then that a youth, guided by my hand, shall reveal himself in a place most sacred.”Lewa: And so you’re all saying that I am the one?Shockwave: Personally, I think they should have picked someone else for the job.Lhikan: It started days ago. The sword that I’ve kept secret all these years… It began to give off a faint, otherworldly light. At first, I was sure I was seeing things, here alone with the sword. There was simply no other explanation. Unless of course, the sword is possessed. Lewa: Well, it kind of is…Lhikan: I never dreamed the prophecy of legend would come to pass in my lifetime.*Lhikan then looked over at Fi, floating about all scary-like.*Lhikan: The words I have sworn to keep secret are coming true before my very eyes. “The youth will be guided by one born of the blade-- one who is also youthful in appearance in likeness yet wise with knowledge immeasurable and a voice like no other.”*Then that’s when Fi decided to chip in her two widgets.*Fi: Oral traditions, one of the least reliable methods of information retention and transmission. It appears that critical sections of the passage have been lost over the generations.*Lewa and Lhikan looked startled, and then again at Fi as she drifted onto the ground for the first time.*Fi: “The youth who draws forth the guiding sword shall be known as the goddess’s chosen hero, and it is he who possesses an unbreakable spirit… because it was I who was behind this unbreakable spirit through making some innocent warrior go to jail for a long time for doing absolutely nothing. He shall be burdened with the task of abolishing the shadow of apocalypse from the land. Such is his destiny. With the spirit of the blade at his side, he shall soar over the clouds and plummet below… And united with the spirit maiden, shall bring forth a piercing light that resurrects the land.”Lewa: So you’re saying… I have to deep-plummet to some land I never heard of and defeat some ancient evil?! I didn’t sign up for this!*That’s when Lewa remembers Nokama’s words from earlier on… “the surface.” Could this be what Fi was talking about?*Fi: Master, you must embark on a great journey beneath the clouds to the vast realm of the surface. *I guess that answered that question.*Fi: It is only through this journey that you can fulfill the mission set before you by my creator, the goddess.Lewa: The goddess has a wacky sense of humor, then.Fi: You have no idea. This is nothing compared to what became of the first hero she ever had. It is also the only method available for you to reunite with the spirit maiden, honorable Nokama.Lhikan: This is no easy task, Lewa. The world below is a forsaken place, and to reach it you must pierce the cloud barrier below. In living memory, no one has ever done this.*Fi then lifts up the arms of her cloak and produces a strange and weathered tablet with a green jewel on it. Lewa takes it in his hands.*Fi: This tablet will illuminate a path through the clouds to the land below. Take it and place it within the altar behind me. Megaman Megaman, the first thing you must do is hit the obvious crest sitting in this room with a Skyward Strike. These blasts are formed of pure energy that charges within your blade when you lift it skyward.Lewa: Why did you rename me “Megaman?” Nevermind, I’ve got this. *Lewa somehow picked up on what the Skyward Strike is based off when he lifted the sword up. He did so again, letting the blade absorb the light. Once it was done, Lewa quickly did a slash down motion, unleashing the light and hitting the crest, making it spin and glow. In doing so, the platform the crest was on lifted, revealing a placement for what looked like a larger tablet. Lewa uneasily takes the Emerald Tablet and places it in the altar, but not before noticing a Skyloft crest on his way there.*Lewa: That is nice. I have to remember that one.*In doing so, an emerald beacon was sent through the sky from the statue, and then plunged into the cloud barrier, revealing the way to go.Fi: Megaman Megaman, you have revealed the area you must go to by creating a beacon in the sky.Lewa: I’m not Megaman, and how can there be beacons in the sky?Lhikan: Hey, I’m not even questioning these things anymore.Fi: Until now, a cloud barrier created by the goddess has separated the world below from the one you know. The tablet you placed in the altar has opened up a rift in the cloud barrier you can use to travel through the clouds to the realm below.Lewa: You sure are redundant.Fi: I have recognized you as my master, so it is my duty to follow you wherever you go.Lewa: Really…? This is going to be a long journey, I can just see it.Fi: I reside within your sword and will accompany you on your travels. Summon me whenever you require my assistance.*with that, Fi jumps back into the sword… strange.*Lhikan: Lewa, listen a moment. The nature of this great apocalypse mentioned in the old texts is a total mystery to me. I have a feeling in another universe, this evil will be the death of me.Lewa: You’re not helping here.Lhikan: But whatever it is, it seems you and Nokama have big roles to play in the destiny of this land. Just think… if what this Fi says is true, then Nokama is alive! Alive and no doubt coming to terms with whatever it is the goddess has in store for her. Should you heed the call of destiny, Lewa, I don’t know what dangers you will face.Lewa: At least you didn’t say call of duty. Lhikan: If you’ve truly decided to go down there like a total fool, then promise me you’ll try and bring my daughter back to me.Lewa: Okay. I want to find her as much as you do.Lhikan: What we’ve seen here today defies explanation, but it is only the start of your journey. Please, see it through and prove the legend true.Lewa: Why not? What Fi says sounds pretty much like I need to do this anyway.Lhikan: You do your people proud, Lewa! Hmm… Dawn is drawing near. It has been a long night for the both of us, hasn’t it? You have a long journey ahead of you, and yet you’re not even properly prepared. Lewa: So my sword is not enough?Lhikan: No. And it never will be. Anyone who goes and says “your sword is enough” is a liar! Rest for tomorrow, and I will make sure things are ready for you to go.*After the crack of dawn, Lewa was preparing himself, as he was a man on a mission.*Lhikan: Seeing you like this, I have never seen anyone more determined. Make sure you go by the shops in the bazaar and pick up a few things. I will return to my quarters and see if I can get anything else out of these dusty old books of mine, in case I can find anything useful. May the force-- I mean, may the power of the goddess be with you.Lewa: No problem.*Somewhere in the heavens…*Nayru: Why is everyone so obsessed with Hylia all of a sudden? Din: Well, they haven’t lived on the surface in such a long time. They probably don’t even know how we were the ones who cultivated and made the land and those who inhabit it.Nayru: Perhaps, but never the less it angers me that no one pays attention to us anymore.Farore: Hey, guys, guys, guess what?Din: What is it now?Farore: I like muffins! And puppies make me smile. I also like the color green a lot! Nayru and Din: Shut up, Farore!Nayru: Is it not enough we agree to choose a hero who wears green?Din: Personally I’d prefer a hero who wears red. And someone who’s strong a fiery in personality.Nayru: Actually, I’d prefer someone who is calm and wise, that way they aren’t some fiery hot head to rushes into danger and burns things.Din: Oh, what do you know? You always ruin the fun.Farore: Parties are always fun!Din: Do you even know what we’re talking about?Farore: I love green!Nayru and Din: Shut up, Farore!Mata Nui: Why don’t all three of you shut up? It’s a never ending argument with you three. I never even get to sleep anymore! I almost wish someone could put me under some kind of deep slumber spell so I can rest!All three: We’re sorry.Mata Nui: D’oh, you know I can’t stay mad at you.