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Anti-Organization XIII

Summary: This is my creation that :icontherealyuma: has helped me flesh out. For this concept, it involves making a good Organization with its members being complete opposites in every way to the original Organization: gender, personality, powers, weapon styles, etc.

Keep in mind that these are all very much WiP concepts. For instance, their names are anagrams of the originals... Xesamn having the same letters as Xemnas for instance. If you have better sounding names for them, feel free to suggest them.


1. Xesamn

2. ???

3. Lindxa

4. Veenx

5. ???

6. ???

7. Xias

8. Lexa

9. Xymed

10. Droulx

11. Xurailma

12. Enelarx

13. ???

i. ???


And I'll type up further details on them little by little. I'm in no rush, and I'm mainly just using this as a break before I fine tune the next Zelda concept to put on here.^^
Anti-Organization XIII
I figure I'll edit and put this together from what I've been discussing with a friend of mine on here, so I'll edit it as I go.
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Rainbow Dash's parents, with bios. by Regreme
Rainbow Dash's parents, with bios.
Artwork done by :iconredshy-harmony: . Original artwork found here.


Parent bios:

Firefly:

When Firefly was a young filly, she always felt restless, getting into trouble because of it. Unable to find a way of calming herself, especially due to her difficulties with having enough lift in her wings to fly well. That is... till she saw her first Sun Celebration where Celestia rose the sun for the village.

Stunned by her beauty and the beauty she brought the land, Firefly for the first time in her life felt at peace. Due to this, she made it her purpose to follow in her footsteps, to make herself as beautiful as she could, to try and help bring others the peace she felt that day, no matter how much her own beauty paled in comparison to Celestia's.

Then, one day, her parents had business in the castle. Hearing this, Firefly thought it was a sign. Perhaps now that she changed herself so drastically, seeing Celestia again may give her further insight as to where to take her life, since she's been unable to get her cutie mark like her classmates as of yet. To her, seeing Celestia again she hopes would give her a guiding light in her life once again, just like it had before.

It wasn't long till her begging to come with her parents succeeded. And the trip itself proved more beneficial than she could imagine.

Along the way to Canterlot, Firefly got to see things beyond her home for the first time in her life. All of their beauty, and mysterious wonder. She was awed just like when she first saw Celestia. To know that the world itself contained beauties like this inspired her, and drove her eagerness to meet Celestia again up even higher.

Then, once she met her during her parents apointed business meeting(since Celestia often allows ponies to visit and request aid from the crown)... she told Celestia of how much she inspired and changed her life. When asked how so, she explained like an excited filly. And a little later, the conversation led Celestia to ask the filly what she found so wonderful along her journey. She begins explaining what she saw... in wonderous detail. So much so that it painted an image within the minds of all present in the room. Even the things they considered mundane and common place suddenly looked brand new under the excited descriptions of the young filly, painting their viewpoints in wonder of the homes they used to take for granted.

It was only after Celestia pointed it out that Firefly realized she had gained her cutie mark.

As thanks for the young filly's entertaining descriptions of her adventures, Celestia decided to give her and her parents an extra boost in the funds she originally planned to give them, stating that perhaps it'll help the young filly expand her beautiful knowledge of the world. By seeing the world, perhaps the young filly would grow up to help others realize the beauty of their own homes and the world itself that they once took for granted, just as she has done this day. But best to start training herself for such travels while still young. Travelling the world is not easy... but with a wonderful mind like hers, Celestia thinks Firefly can ensure that the travelling is worth it, not just for her, but to all those she meets and talks to, cause just speaking with the child today has brightened her day.

Gleeful, Firefly thanks her... and once home, begins training immediately. She realized then that training just her beauty isn't enough. If she wants to see the world, she must train her wings, what she once took for granted due to her weak wingpower. Surprisingly, once she got enough power in them, she found flying easy. She was a natural at positioning her wings for all the taught flight positions, despite being behind in her flight studies. She just needed the drive to push herself, to get the power to match the movements.

After her training was done, and she came of age, she was ready to see the world, even using her training to get the funds she needed to do so. From city to city, land to land, she explored, finding wonder after wonder, and not letting a single hindrance stop her from seeing the world's beauty.

One day after returning home, wondering where her next travels would take her, she encountered her soon to be husband.... but that shall be described in my bio for him.


Rainbow Blaze:

When Rainbow Blaze was a young colt, he started out being considered the 'cool kid' of the class. Level headed, taking things with the flow, and overall just enjoying things as they came.

This quickly changed when he entered flight camp.

As it was quickly learned, Blaze was incredibly clumsy with flight. He just couldn't control his own wing power. Often crashing before even having finished feeling his own liftoff.

It wasn't long till he started getting bullied about it, despite his attempts to shrug it off. The crashing wasn't much of a problem for him, though the bullying was.

He did his best to hide his frustrations, but it wasn't easy. So, to help himself out, he tried to take his mind off of it by drawing once he got home, venting all his dark emotions on paper. Surprisingly, he discovered his special talent early in the process... though in a darker tone than his parents would have liked, despite the impressiveness of his art skills.

By taking his frustrations out on paper, it wasn't long till he was able to maintain a cool head in spite of the bullies.

But by then, it was already too late it seemed. The bullies had garnered pleasure from messing with Blaze, and they weren't going to be denied it. So, they tried to start daring Rainbow Blaze into doing dangerous things... only for their attempts to backfire horribly.

Not ONLY did Rainbow Blaze take them up on the dares... he actually started to enjoy them. The thrill of the danger, and the inspiration of the adrenaline rush. If anything, the inspiration from pulling off risky stunts gave him greater inspiration for his already improving dark artwork skills... plus, it gained him a rep to boot.

Eventually, the bullies laid off of Rainbow Blaze. In spite of this though, Blaze kept doing dangerous stunts, having come to like the daredevil tricks along with the inspiration they gave.

Despite taking it at his own pace, and his own reluctance to fly unless necessary, he soon gained a name for himself as the local daredevil and a famed artist. And despite the hardships that were involved in such a lifestyle, he just accepted it, thinking thanks to a viewpoint from the bullying, that the world can be horrible, and he just needs to find the beauty behind the cruelty. Find ways to turn the evil against him into something enjoyable, and flow along with the ride.

With this, despite the gloom and all the healing from injuries, he thought his life was complete... until he met Firefly.

He had never met such a beauty in all his life. Her grace, her flight, her beautiful voice. He was instantly charmed, and thus put on the charm himself.

Which worked well... till he ended up trying to fly in front of her. One crash and burn later, of chain reaction proportion, he was humiliated. She even laughed at him... causing him to flee, heartbroken.

What he didn't know is that the giggling from her wasn't meant as mean. She had thought his attempts were adorably charming. Realizing her mistake, she chased after him, and kept up with him... despite all the risky maneuvers he pulled off with ease in his attempts to escape her. She had never seen someone so reckless... or fearless.

Eventually, she caught up with him at his house. And after sneaking into a window(due to his silent refusing to hear her appologies... though she was too stubborn to let the incident go without appologizing to him), she ended up finding him deeper in the house.... in a room FILLED with artworks.

Seeing him draw from behind his back, letting his emotions get the better of him... she was awed in realizing that HE had created all these amazing artworks.

When he realized she was there, he was horrified... how could he not feel shame for allowing someone of such shining beauty see his dark creations? Such darkness shouldn't be shown to a lady such as this.

So, he tried to play it off as them not being his... till she deadpanly stated that she just saw him drawing. ...yeah, that excuse didn't go too well.

Despite his shame, he soon finds himself surprised when he learns that she actually loves the artworks. In fact... it's the first time she's seen anything like them. All her life, she was so focused on the beauty of the world in the light... so much that she neglected to consider that there can be beauty in darkness as well. She had never seen such before, and yet, here it is, plain as day. Even more surprising is such beauty could be discovered in her own hometown. She always looked for beauty beyond her home... she neglected the possibility that she could find beauty a lot closer to home.

It doesn't take long from there before the two get to talking and meeting with each other, enjoying each others stories about their lives, lives so different from each other, yet still so inspiring in their own ways.

Eventually, Firefly also learned why he crashed so hard during their first meeting, though it took a while for her to get the truth from him about his terribly flying skills.

Blaze thought she'd make fun of him for it... but she once again surprises him by telling him SHE used to be a terrible flyer when she was young as well. With her grace, Blaze thought that that couldn't be possible... then she makes an offer he couldn't refuse. She offers to teach him how to fly. He accepts wholeheartedly.

And those flight lessons ended up leading them to becoming more than just friends.

Eventually, they have a certain filly we all know and love.... but seems said filly quickly got a little tired of all the mushy stuff her mom talked about. All the beauty and wonder stuff. Her daughter quickly wanted to become 'cool' like her father, just in her own way, unknowingly becoming just as dazzling as her mom. Heck, Rainbow Dash's trying to distance herself from her mom made her a lot more like her than she realizes. The flight training her dad gave her was originally taught to her dad by Firefly, after all. Despite this, Rainbow is rather disconnected from her mom, due to how much of a romantic her mom can be... to the point that hearing about it so much drove her up the wall.



And that's what I have for Rainbow Dash's parents. Hope you all like my concept for them.^^
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Well, while I take my time with fine tuning the details for my next Zelda concept to post, been recently hit with inspiration for another concept. Would love for aid with it, if only to get the ideas for it out of my mind. XD

As such, just offering those that watch me a chance to have a hand in it. It involves an idea in regards to Organization XIII from Kingdom Hearts.

Any who wish to are welcome to help with it, but we can discuss it at your convenience. Just thought I'd get the idea off my chest while I can. XD
For this section, I'll be putting some slight adjustments to what I think would fit the Zelda timeline with my ideas included.



Legend of Zelda: Dawn of the Triforce: Link to notes


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Legend of Zelda: Rise of Demise: Link to notes


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Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword: answers to plot holes


Cloud barrier - Hylia, following her enemy's sentiment that humans of the past were cowards, does not create a physical barrier, but instead, creates an illusionary barrier that effects the instincts of animals. Humans could only go through the clouds safely with animals, so the illusion would prevent not only animals from entering the fake clouds below, but also be foreboding enough to make the humans fear even trying it. And with the illusion being one-sided, it would allow those below to see through the illusion so that the sun can still shine and allow life to gradually recover down there from the war with Demise.

Time paradox prevention - Demise's death in the past would normally prevent the events of the game... but it somehow does not. A way this can be so.... it is shown time and time again that Demise has remarkable regenerative abilities in his 'imprisoned' form. So, what if, after his soul is sealed, part of his body survived and re-grew into a mindless holy-eating monster that needed to be sealed before it became as large as the one that Link fought? If Demise's leftover body regenerated into such a soulless/mindless creature, it would need to be sealed again, and thus leading to the events of Skyward Sword while simultaneously preventing the time paradox.

Ghirahim... gone? - I'm uncertain on this. Yes, his energy vanished into Demise's sword... and Demise's sword vanished around his death..... but we've seen Ghirahim turn into energy before. It's possible for him to have survived.... though no doubt not unscathed.

Demise.... gone? - Impa said that his soul within the master sword would fade after time. However.... I am not so certain. It would take time for such a mighty soul to fade. And also.... that was under the assumption that he would be in the sword alone. 100 years later, that became no longer the case once Fi entered her 'eternal' slumber. And just having another soul, one whose life force would not fade in the master sword, could change everything towards Demise soul's survival, had he prevented himself from fading those first 100 years sealed away. Even barely surviving would be enough to change things if he lasted till her slumber started.

Hylia's fatal wound? - It is said that in her battle against Demise, Hylia suffered a fatal wound. And yet, she had the time to prepare all the events of Skyward Sword. My answer as to how that is so... the fatal wound was from a curse inflicting attack that acted like an uncurable torturously painful poison. The slow process of course allowing her the time to make such preparations.

Demise's curse - No one knows for certain how Demise's curse works. Many assume that Ganondorf is Demise reincarnated... however, that can't be completely true, because Demise's SOUL was sealed in the Master Sword. So, instead... what if the curse was living and acted as a 'subconscious guide' to villains? Not directly controlling them.

Examples of that... if the villain seeks power, give them hints to where they'd learn about a power source that would lead the villain to opposing Hyrule Castle, and in turn, leading them to causing the war and torment that Demise desires. Basically, give them hints to what they want, make sure the hints lead the villain's goals to coincide with Demise's curse desire, and then let the villain take reign from there while the Curse not only makes the villain a tiny bit stronger, but also absorbs a bit of the power the villain naturally has while resting to aid in the curse's own survival.


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Legend of Zelda: Chaotic Lands: Link to notes here


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Legend of Zelda: Eye of Darkness: Link to notes here


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Legend of Zelda: Picori's Pledge: Link to notes here


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Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap: answer to plot hole:


Only thing is... how the Minish Cap version of the Four Sword doesn't automatically split the user into four copies. Perhaps the power that allows control over such weakens over time, and thus less control over its power is available by the times that Vaati returns.


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Legend of Zelda: Wind's Return: Link to notes here


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Legend of Zelda: Four Swords: answers to plot holes:


No real plot holes that I can think of off the top of my head. Or at least none that intervene with my game ideas.


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Legend of Zelda: Deceits in the Dark: Link to notes here


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Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: answers to plot holes:


Only real thing to put here is in regards to the timeline split. I have my theories as to what caused the time split. I theorize that it was actually caused by the triforce pieces. In Skyward Sword, it's revealed that the Triforce grants the wish of the wielder. So, what if the timeline split was caused due to opposing wishes of the wielders?

With that in mind, I believe their wishes were as follows:

Ganondorf's: To destroy his enemies so as to gain their Triforce pieces.

Link's: To continue his adventures, helping people all the while.

Zelda's: For her beloved Link to not have to suffer any more of Ganondorf's evil. But, such wish only targets her known incarnation of Link, thus allowing a later incarnation to finish the job in Wind Waker.


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Downfall Timeline: The timeline where Ganondorf manages to kill Link and Zelda:



Legend of Zelda: A Link To the Past: answers to plot holes:

The main plot holes that tie in to my game ideas involve the Palace of the Four Sword. The Four Sword had become unsealed and split apart.... but despite this, there was no signs of Vaati anywhere. Meaning, he is still out there in that timeline. And likely suffering amnesia again, like he did in his other appearances after being unsealed. Due to his powers though, he likely ages far slower than normal, and I get back to that in one of my game concepts.


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Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons: No real plot holes tied to my game concepts.


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Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages: No real plot holes tied to my game concepts.


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Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening: plot holes explained here:
Due to finishing Phantom Hourglass, came to a conclusion for both it and Link's Awakening. It seems to me that it's quite possible that the worlds they visited were astral projected worlds, like spirit worlds, where time travels differently. Making the creatures having been real, but spirits rather than physical beings.

Though as Bellum shown, it's possible for them to become physical.

And if that's the case, then it'd mean the Wind Fish was a creature with a great deal of spiritual affinity for the afterlife and spirits in general, enough that its powers gathered enough spiritual energy to make its own world while it slumbered.

That's just a theory though, and doesn't really have too big of an impact on the timeline for my game concepts except for the fact that the creatures were indeed real.

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Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds: Only real plot holes are to be explained in the prequel above.


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Legend of Zelda: Clash of Souls: Link to Notes


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Legend of Zelda: The Hidden Courage: Link to Notes Here


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Legend of Zelda(Animated Series): plot holes explained here:


Simply put, I believe the animated series and the original Zelda game should be counted as separate yet still linked stories. Cause it would explain why Zelda would instantly go to the trouble of breaking and hiding the pieces of the Triforce of Wisdom... for example, if, say, there were stories from a previous Zelda that reached her telling of the efforts of Ganon and all the dangers he posed. By knowing this, it could lead the Zelda of the first Legend of Zelda to take such drastic measures so quickly.


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Legend of Zelda: plot holes... actually explained in the animated section right before this.


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Legend of Zelda II: Adventure of Link: Plot holes to explain:


Nothing really to explain here. Though, considering he got kissed by the Zelda in the original game, then got the sleeping Zelda to awaken whom also was all hearts for him, wouldn't that mean that the royal family line could be split into two opposing factions due to the two Zeldas both loving him? XD Just somethin' to think on. Potentially a problem to have in later games within said timeline.


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Legend of Zelda: Spirits' Memories: Link to notes here




Child Timeline: The timeline where Link returns as a kid to live his life after beating Ganondorf.



Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask: Plot holes to explain:


Not really much to say. Since it occurred in Termina, almost like a different dimension, there's not much of an impact it can have on my game concepts.


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Legend of Zelda: Nightmare Spirits: Link to notes here.


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Twilight Princess: Plot holes to explain:


Only plot hole to explain... what happens to the Triforce of Power when Ganondorf dies. For my game continuities, Demise, having survived and the Master Sword grown weaker over age, uses what little power he has from his seal to tell his living curse to take it with him as it leaves Ganondorf, for it will have use in the later parts of his plans, and by disappearing with Ganondorf's death, no one will be the wiser about its disappearance.


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Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures: Plot holes to explain:


Not really much to say. Though it's interesting how in this timeline, all the sages were maidens.


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Legend of Zelda: Raider's Redemption: Link to Notes Here


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Legend of Zelda: Essences of Virtue: Link to Notes Here




Adult Timeline: The timeline Link left behind when Zelda sent him back to the past to relive the years he had lost.



Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker: Plot holes to explain:


Not much to put here that is in the way of my game concepts. However... in Skyward Sword, it's revealed that three powers, the sacred flames, empowered the sword. In Wind Waker, it's revealed that two powers are maintaining its power... but what if there was a third, that being Fi within the blade itself? Just a thought there.


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Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass Plot holes to explain:


The only things really to explain I explained as part of the Link's Awakening section.


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Legend of Zelda: Conflict of Spirits: Link to notes.


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Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks: Plot holes to explain:


Like Phantom Hourglass, haven't seen a walkthrough or have played myself, but I've done research on it. Enough to think on some details. Mainly, on Malladus.

In regards to Malladus, all intents and purposes point to him being either a demonic spirit or a highly evolved evil spirit. My take will be the latter.

Also, Cole seemed to worship him as master, and he has shown some signs of sentience, though he mostly seems bestial in nature and actions.

My answer to how that is so.... the destruction of most of his spiritual body before he was sealed led to him losing touch with his sanity. He was likely more intelligent till he lost himself in the struggles of conflict, possibly quite literally if his physical form was actually a solid version of his spirit(like how Poes can be made solid in Wind Waker). So, though he was powerful in Spirit Tracks, he was far more powerful and dangerous in the past.


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Legend of Zelda: Rise of the Tides: <insert link to notes here>


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Legend of Zelda: Reality's Melodies: <insert link to notes here>



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Re-combining the separate timelines: Demise's efforts over the generations finally bare fruit... and he ensures he's far from the only one to return...



Legend of Zelda: Kingdom's Darkness: <insert link to notes here>




That ends the ones that I have linked to the timeline. The remaining two here I don't have directly tied to the timeline:

Legend of Zelda: Kingdom's Conflicts: <insert link to notes here>



Legend of Zelda: Dimensional Dangers: <insert link to notes here>




And that finishes this list, with the exception of links, which will be editted in later.

Zelda Timeline with my game concepts
This is a summary of how I have viewed the Zelda timeline while including my Zelda game concepts mixed in, and some added details to slightly change what's been put out there so as to answer some plot holes.

Edits: Placed in A Link Between Worlds.
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Well, while I take my time with fine tuning the details for my next Zelda concept to post, been recently hit with inspiration for another concept. Would love for aid with it, if only to get the ideas for it out of my mind. XD

As such, just offering those that watch me a chance to have a hand in it. It involves an idea in regards to Organization XIII from Kingdom Hearts.

Any who wish to are welcome to help with it, but we can discuss it at your convenience. Just thought I'd get the idea off my chest while I can. XD

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