(a huge storm blew out the internet a few days ago. We have someone coming over to fix it so i should be back soon, just letting everyone know where I went! i’m checking up on mobile but my phone is kinda glitchy. :x hopefully this post will go through)
I’m gonna finish up this reply tomorrow; I can barely stay awake.
In the mean time, would anyone like to role play? We can work something out. <3 Just inbox me and I’ll get to it when I wake up. :)
I’d love to get some more plots rolling!
Oh, and prompts. If you send me some I’ll return the favor.
Anju loved her job.
A soft chuckle sounded from the back of his throat as he heard Anju’s soft greeting.
Anju was never one to feed into drama. Over the years she had grown accustomed to harsh glares, low whispers, and many needless rumors. Kafei was a very attractive young man; Anju wouldn’t hesitate to say that almost every girl in town had some sort of infatuation with him. The fact that he settled down with the flimsy inn keeper was quite the gossip, infuriating many of the women that were itching to get their hands on him. If Anju stopped to think about who liked her husband, she would feel greatly outclassed and intimidated, but despite how puzzling it was to her, she found comfort in the facts. Kafei chose her, and that’s all that really mattered in the end.
What an extensive trip.
Visiting the other leaders and royals, with the exception of Ikana Valley, was always such a chore. The sheer amount of time and traveling it took always led up to a single thought, which was how in the world a young child with nothing more than a simple sword, shield, and small green tunic could do what most of his guards could hardly tolerate.
Tall, snowy mountains, a thick and humid swamp, and a hot and sunny beach all tested their limits each and every time and Kafei had to take things in stride. He had to, after all, and keep his impatience and temper in check. It would look terrible if he lost his cool in front of these people, who he only ever saw once or twice during visits throughout the year and then of course, at the Carnival of Time.
Anju loved her job.
Hylian Counterpart: Cucco Lady/Anju
Bomber’s Notebook Description: This polite young woman is the owner of the Stock Pot Inn in East Clock Town. With the stressed out Groman’s Traveling Troupe staying at the Inn, her grandmother not eating anything, the moon about to fall, and her fiancé missing, Anju is afraid. Can we help reunite the two lovers?
In Majora’s Mask, Anju is the inn keeper at the Stock Pot Inn and the best friend of Cremia, the owner of Romani Ranch. She is currently engaged to Kafei, Mayor Dotour’s son, and they plan to have their wedding on the day of the Carnival of Time; however, certain circumstances have caused Anju to start doubting her fiancé. Although her father, Tortus, has passed away, her mother and grandmother live with her in the inn. She is one of twenty characters in the game with an entry in the Bombers’ Notebook, and nearly all of her entries are related to the “Reuniting Kafei and Anju” sidequest, in which she plays a key role.
Anju is portrayed as apologizing quite often and appears somewhat nervous. She is not a very good cook and, according to Kafei’s diary, tends to leave things until the last minute. She also seems to have trouble remembering customers’ faces, which can cause her to deliver reservations to the wrong person.
Because of her involvement in the largest sidequest in the game, Anju is one of the most developed non-playable characters in the game. If Link hangs out around the Stock Pot Inn for an entire three day cycle, he can quickly learn a lot about Anju and her personality.