I am going to take Henry Stickmin, because no matter where we go, it will get incredibly ridiculous almost immediately. We'll start off by going to the arcade, where Henry promptly loses at skee ball. Realising his only options are T-shirt Cannon, Telekinesis, or Slingshot, he pulls out the slingshot and uses it to fire the balls at the hole. Unfortunately, the added power and speed causes the balls to ricochet violently off the surface of the machine and knock the donut out of the hand of a nearby guard. After I use my incredible diplomatic skills to smooth this over, he tries again with the T-shirt cannon, which completely fails to get the balls in the holes but knocks the machine just right so it starts spewing tickets. We collect our prize triumphantly but secretly we both wonder what would have happened had he attempted telekinetic action. We resolve to try this at a future date. Havoc ensues when we cash in our tickets for 675 trading cards of Patrick Star from SpongeBob, causing us to be mobbed by a caveman who wanted them for his inventive new card game. Hours later, Charles has to rescue us from the top of the Bass Pro Shop pyramid in Memphis, TN and we fly away into the sunset with matching camo gear.
Princess Zelda and I would go on a leisurely stroll, by horseback, through Hyrule Field to Death Mountain for a hike. Then, we would get food and Lon Lon milk at Lon Lon Ranch. After that we would go for a dip in Lake Hylia and venture to Gerudo Valley to watch the sunset. Finally, I take her home to Hyrule Castle.
Romance really isn't my jam one bit, I'm so pleased to see more options for asexual and aromantic stories of love and friendship. I think I'd like to take Thanatos from Hades on a platonic date somewhere quiet- I recall him mentioning he's not a fan of the bright lights of the surface, so I'm thinking maybe a greenhouse at dusk, or a visit to a dark sky reserve.