- Oct 6, 2016
- Manly man
How is managing the three timelines a ''nightmare''? The three branches have clear themes, and each placement makes sense.Eh. For BotW, I could see Nintendo doing it just to end the nightmare that is managing the three timelines. They can always justify it using the Triforce.
How is managing the three timelines a ''nightmare''? The three branches have clear themes, and each placement makes sense.
The events of OoT are still remembered in BotW,(see the Zora Monuments, specifically the fifth one), and that happened far further in the past than the supposed wish. You would think people would remember something as reality altering as the wish?Why would they know any details of a wish that would have happened more than ten thousand years prior?
If BotW is part of the Downfall timeline, those same monuments display that they don't remember a wish that happened in that very timeline and was a major influence on events to follow. Then again, there's in-game evidence that OoT is just a legend to them (the text of the amiibo outfit), suggesting that even if it is a real part of their history they no longer remember it entirely as such.
1. Amiibos are questionable in terms of canoncity, since you require real life items to access the items, and it makes no sense in some cases, such as Wolf Link existing outside of the twilight and without Midna transforming him.
2. It being called a ''legend'' doesn't mean much, since the opening of TWW is called a ''legend'', and yet we know the events of OoT and the Great Flood are history in the DT. Legend of Korra has ''Legend'' in its title, and yet it's a sequel to Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Also, how does the wish maker know about the other timelines? You still haven't answered that.