ok first of all WHO CARES IF THEIR 2D.
My point was that there are problems with putting the 2D games prior to OoT, which I mentioned in my post above.
econd of all the name of the towns is simply an easter egg to mention past games.
There have been countless interviews and sources saying that the towns are named after the sages in universe. For example:
What was the impetus for creating the game's multiple races-Gorons, Zoras, the Gerugo, Kokiri, etc.-and what was the process like for creating them?
In creating a unique cast of characters, we thought it would be effective to have nonhuman races, each of them invested with different lifestyles and mannerisms. Almost from the beginning we had decided on Kokiri to live in the forest, Gorons to live in the mountains, and Zoras to live in the water.
At first we imagined the Zoras as monsters sort of like mermen, who would be antagonists to humans. The original concept was strong. However, after we had decided Princess Ruto was going to be one of the sages, that image didn't seem to fit anymore, so we changed them to be a friendly race more like humans.
Each of the races has a character fated to become on the sages later on. We named them after towns in The Adventure of Link so it would appear that the towns had been named after them.
OoT being before the 2D games is a theory.
A ''theory'' both outright confirmed by developers and very, VERY heavily implicit in game, sure.
What are you talking about when you say triforce state?
At the end of ALBW, the Triforce is united and in Hyrule, but in OoT, it's in the Sacred Realm. How does it go from being in Hyrule to the SR between these two games, according to you?
ALBW is not a direct sequel it is just known that it comes after as they are not the same link
It doesn't make sense that ALBW connects to ALttP and just skips over the NES games when, according to you, they were the most recent games prior to ALBW to feature a huge conflict involving Ganon and the Triforce in Hyrule, though, is it?
How do TP and TWW contradict each other?
In the backstory of TWW, it said that after Ganondorf's sealing in OoT, that he was though to be gone forever until he returned in time for the events of The Great Flood, which doesn't leave much room for TP to take place; while TP makes it clear that it's a sequel to OoT in its own way by showing that the ToT is pretty much gone, and having the Hero Shade(aka OoT Link) make you recite songs that he learned on his Ocarina for example, Ganondorf isn't sealed in the SR at the end, and official interviews confirm that it's in the CT, where Ganon was never even sealed there in the first place.
And Ganon was never separated from Yuga.
''CONFIRMED GANONDORF IS GANON + YUGA!!!''
I don't know what you mean by this, but it seemed like you were saying that Ganondorf is Yuga and Ganon combined, when in reality Ganondorf is Ganon's original name/form.