A ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog[=/=]Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' {{crossover}} {{fanfiction}} by [[FanFictionDotNet FanFiction.Net]] [[http://www.fanfiction.net/u/1825093/Komodin user]] and troper Tropers/{{Komodin}}, ''The Blue Blur of Termina'' is [[{{Novelization}} a retelling of the events of the game]] ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask'', with some story elements from ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed''.

Following his latest victory over Dr. Eggman and the resealing of Dark Gaia, [[TheHero Sonic the Hedgehog]], in the spirit of the situation, decided to go on a worldwide expedition in search of adventure and new places to explore. Two months into the global trip, however, he ran into a pair of pixie pranksters during an expedition through the vast jungles of the Adabat continent. Using Tael, the younger of the two, as bait to lull Sonic into a false sense of security, the pair ambushed the altruistic hedgehog right as he was fighting off one of Eggman's remaining robots in the area. Later joined by the mischievous imp known by the Skull Kid, the trio of thieves made off with, among other trinkets, Sonic's Mystic Melody flute. After regaining consciousness in the middle of the trio's robbery, he discovered that his treasured flute was missing. Always quick to react, Sonic gave chase, following their trail.

The thieves' trail led him into a mysterious cave deep within the jungle he didn't even know existed. Rushing headlong into the enigmatic tunnel, he found himself looking over an expansive chasm as black as night. Just as he was about to turn back, a mysterious force sent him careening into the chasm below. After a fall that seemed endless, he soon found himself in a room in an unknown location. Not long after, he found that the trio of thieves was waiting for him in the mysterious room. Using an arcane spell, the Skull Kid jinxed Sonic and transformed his body into that of a Deku Scrub. Forced to cope with his strange new form, Sonic must also deal with his newly forged alliance with [[FairyCompanion Tatl Berylia]], the feisty older partner of the Skull Kid. After she was carelessly abandoned by the Skull Kid, she reluctantly guided her new partner through a portal to a new world -- a world that is in the midst of a looming great danger from the heavens above.

[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4926580/1/The_Blue_Blur_of_Termina What once started as a leisurely search for fun and adventure soon unfolds into a race against time to save the land of Termina: a world that seemed destined to fade...]]

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!!Some of the tropes used in this story are:

* AnotherDimension: Termina, to Sonic's Earth, accessible only via a portal deep within the jungles of Adabat.
* AscendedExtra:
** Tael: In the original game, he only had four, though all important to the plot, appearances in the entire game. Here, he has more appearances and forms a friendship with Sonic early in the story.
** The Great Fairy of Magic: In the [[VIdeoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask original game,]] she was a minor character, only appearing once in context of the overall story. In this story, she not only has a given name (Lady Venus Berylia), but she also has a more direct connection with the main villain.
* BrotherSisterTeam: When the Skull Kid isn't around for whatever reason, Tatl and Tael fill this role. Otherwise:
** FreudianTrio:
*** Tatl Berylia (Id).
*** Tael Berylia (Ego).
*** The Skull Kid (Superego).
* ClockTower: It serves as not only the central landmark of Clock Town, but also the main entrance to the rest of Termina from the Subterranean Forest.
* ColonyDrop: Termina's moon, that is on a collision course with Termina.
* {{Facepalm}}: Tatl does one in response to Sonic's initial experience with the Deku Flower.
* GiantSpider: The Skulltula, whose size "could rival even the largest thoroughbreds."
* GlobalCurrencyException: As Sonic found out at the Clock Town Bank, rings, the official currency from his world, are not legal tender in Clock Town.
* HeartTrauma: The Skull Kid does this to Lady Venus by ripping her [[OurSoulsAreDifferent Heart Container]] out of her body.
* HubCity: Clock Town, the central hub of Termina.
* IgnoreTheFanservice: The East Clock Town Guard, who not only didn't buy Tatl's half hearted attempt at flirting with him, but actually threatened her with imprisonment if she persisted.
* InexplicablyAwesome: The Happy Mask Salesman, who provides Sonic with a means to regain his original form, as well as [[spoiler:inform Sonic on Majora's Mask]].
* LittlePeople: The Deku Scrubs and the Fairies.
* MagicMusic: Sonic's Mystic Melody, whose capabilities range from [[spoiler:healing the souls of the lamenting dead to outright time manipulation.]]
* ModeLock: Sonic being stuck in the Deku Scrub form for the first part of the story.
* NeverMyFault: Tatl deliberately stops Sonic from following the Skull Kid and, as a result, gets left behind and accidentally injured by him. She immediately blames Sonic for her predicament. He, in turn, immediately calls ''her'' out on it:
-->'''Sonic:''' ''If it weren't for ''you'' and your friend, you wouldn't even ''be'' in this mess!''
* NoHoldsBarredBeatdown: Both Sonic and Tatl issue one on a Skulltula encountered in the Bombers' Hideout.
* {{Novelization}}
* OneHeadTaller: Sonic and Tatl, with the latter as the taller of the pair.
* OneOfUs: The author, @/{{Komodin}}, is a troper.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent: Instead of being [[SparkFairy tiny, winged orbs of light]], as in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask the original game]], the fairies are brightly colored winged humanoids around Sonic's general size.
* OurSoulsAreDifferent: {{Heart Container}}s, the metaphysical manifestation of a person's soul. The more powerful a person is, the larger (and more crystallized) their Heart Container will appear. Heart Containers of particularly powerful entities can even take on their own separate forms, should they be separated from their "bodies". Beings of godlike caliber harbor Heart Containers of truly limitless power.
* PointyEars: The fairy folks of Termina have them.
* ShoutOut:
** The title of the story itself. Its current title is partially a reference to one of Sonic's {{fan nickname}}s. Its original title, ''Sonic and the Mask of Majora'', was intended to be a reference to the SonicStorybookSeries title, ''{{Sonic and the Secret Rings}}''.
** The flute Sonic uses throughout the story is the Mystic Melody, a mostly optional power-up from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'' used to discover secret items and areas.
** Tatl's odd habit of emphasizing her words whenever it's something she thinks is of note is a reference to the use of RainbowSpeak throughout ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series, specifically when anything of note is brought to attention.
** The Great Fairy of Magic's name, Lady Venus, is a reference to ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast'', where there was a character named Venus, Queen of the Fairies. In terms of this story, Lady Venus, Great Fairy of Magic serves a similar purpose to that of Venus, Queen of the Fairies.
* SuperSpeed: Sonic the Hedgehog, said to be able to run at over the speed of sound.
* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Sonic and Tatl, despite being allied under the mutual goal of finding the Skull Kid, are neutral to each other at best.
* ThinkNothingOfIt: Tatl says this after she saved Sonic from the Deku Scrub-hating dog:
-->'''Sonic:''' Um, thanks for that save there, Tatl.
-->'''Tatl:''' Think nothing of it.
* WingedHumanoid: With the exception for Venus, all fairies sport two pairs of wings.
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