Hey, As many of us know by now, Breath of the Wild's timeline placement has been confirmed: It takes place at the end of all three timelines simultaneously! The Zelda timeline is already confusing enough (for example: How come Link getting sent back to his childhood created a new universe rather than overwriting the latter half of Ocarina of Time?). However, it has gotten to a point where I cannot comprehend it anymore with Breath of the Wild. How can it possibly take place in all three timelines? -Are the other games not cannon anymore? -Is Breath of the Wild not cannon? -Did something take place that severely messed up the space-time continuum? -Is it supposed to take place in just whichever single timeline we choose? I know Nintendo has been very clear that the gameplay comes before the timeline (to which I agree), but I just don't get how a reunified timeline works. If you are going to completely defy the laws of nature, why not just have no timeline at all? I think Breath of the Wild should have just been a reboot of the story (because gameplay wise, it is a reboot). At least we finally have a Zelda 3.