,, spooky but sweet, part one .
note; reader's appearance won't be really detailed! there will be some hints to a few things, but not much else. gn! reader, can be read as platonic or romantic.
The smith wore a confused expression as he looked at the basket you were offering to him, it was filled with different kinds of food, mainly bread and cheese. Then, he remembered what he had told you about a few days ago.
A soft smile appeared on his face as he took the basket. He looked up at you. "You want me to give this to the Picori?"
You gave him a shy smile, nodding your head. Four had told you about the Minish, and you thought they were adorable. You couldn't see them, but that didn't mean you couldn't give them a few gifts for all the things they did to help all of you.
The hero chuckled, a hand moving to give you a few pats on your arm. "I'm sure they'll love it. Don't be surprised if you wake up to find some gifts in your bag though, they also like to give gifts."
He smiled when he noticed that you found that amusing, and he knew that it would be a cycle or giving and receiving gifts between you and the Minish.
And while Four could understand why many people were afraid of you at first, he couldn't help but think that you were adorable, always wanting to help him and the others.
The traveler quickly ran to where you were when he heard a strange noise, you sounded like you had been surprised by something, and that something could be an enemy.
He relaxed as soon as he saw you, laughing as a large amount of fairies were surrounding you. They were flying around or resting on you, hiding you under their colorful light and wings.
Hyrule walked to you, a few of the fairies moving to greet him and letting him see your head. You had many flowers on you hair, he could even see some around your neck and on your shoulders. There was no doubt that the little ones had been attracted to them.
"Fairies are usually really shy, you know?" The hero commented, sitting beside you as some fairies flew around you both. "This means they like you."
The bright expression on your face melted his heart. He couldn't believe people thought you were some kind of monster when you were so gentle and sweet.
Hyrule felt something tickling one of his ears and touched it with his hand, laughing when he noticed that you had put a few of the flowers on his ear. You were already making a flower crown for him, and he would wear it proudly.
The veteran huffed as he threw more leaves into the ground next to you. Your hair was a mess, rivaling Wild's, and the hero had literally forced you to sit so he could get rid of the leaves and small branches.
"What in the world were you even doing? This is ridiculous." He finally took the last leaf out of your hair, but now he had to brush it or he wouldn't be satisfied.
You grabbed something from your pocket and turned, ignoring his complains, to show it to him. It was a beautiful rose quartz, a bit smaller than your hand, which had reminded you of Legend's hair after the rabbit incident.
He took it, confused and surprised. Had you really gone to get it for him? You didn't seem to want him to give it back, as you smiled and went back to your prior position, your back turned towards him.
Legend sighed, trying to ignore the warm feeling that was growing inside his chest. He put your gift in his bag, and gently started brushing your hair.
"Thanks, it's very pretty." He whispered, almost as if he didn't want you to hear him. He took a long time to trust you even a little bit, he was too quick to judge you, he admits that. You were really sweet, and now he cared a lot about you, even if he didn't show it often.