Back to Basics .03"Well, let's just have a look here." One of the many Royal doctors said in a rather pompous manner as he began to mockingly examine Ravio. It was clear the man thought the Princess was over reacting by calling him in. After all, Ravio looked to be in perfect health! And certainly hadn't lost any of his usual zeal from what the doctor could see. But for the sake of the Princess of Lorule, he would put up with the silly games and give her 'hero' a check up.
Heart rate? Normal. Temperature? Normal. Everything the doctor checked came out perfectly normal for the little pest. Well... except his weight. But surly hiding in a house for months on end would cause anyone to gain a few pounds. "Everything seems to be fine. What exactly were the symptoms that caused my lady to bring this... Ravio, here?" The doctor asked as he turned to Hilda raising a brow.
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Back to Basics .02Ravio sighed as he flopped down on his own bed, snuggling into the blanket and pillow. It had only been a week since he'd returned to his own world and he was already missing Hyrule. Or, rather, Hyrule's hero. Ravio gave another halfhearted sigh as Sheerow chirped softly landing on the bedpost.
"I'm fine buddy." He said but it wasn't very convincing. Sheerow pecked him in scolding. "Okay, okay!" Ravio pouted in reply. "I guess... I'm just homesick... of a place that wasn't really my home?" With a whine Ravio rolled over and flailed his arms. "I just don't know, Sheerow!"
Sheerow gave a questioning peep, and Ravio pouted in reply. "Maybe I'll just... get some air or something." Yeah, that sounded good. Enough hiding in his home (and Link's). The monsters were either all gone or at least not as vicious as they used to be. It was safe enough to walk around outside a bit at least. Decision made, Ravio got out of bed and headed out the door. Maybe he'd go to the castle. Maybe he'd sneak int