- Mar 30, 2010
What I meant was that new people were created so the islands could be inhabited.
The game tells us the people who live on the islands are related to those who fled the flooding Hyrule.
私の力では、ヤツをくい止める事はできず ただ、神に祈り 国の運命をゆだねるしかなかった・・・ それを聞いた神は、 ガノンもろとも ハイラルを封印し、 大雨と洪水によって 海底に沈めたのだ
I couldn’t hold him back with my power. There was nothing to do but pray to the gods and entrust the fate of the kingdom to them… Hearing this, the gods sealed Ganon and Hyrule by sinking them to the bottom of the ocean with a great rain and flood.
My power alone could not stop the fiend, and our only choice was to leave the fate of the kingdom in the hands of the gods... When the gods heard our pleas, they chose to seal away not only Ganon, but Hyrule itself...and so, with a torrential downpour of rains from the heavens... Our fair kingdom was soon buried beneath the waves, forgotten at the bottom of the ocean.
しかし、王国の民の全てを 封印してしまったのでは 国が滅びるも同じ
However, if all of the people of the kingdom were sealed, it would be the same as destroying it.
Yet all was not lost. For the gods knew that to seal the people away with the kingdom would be to grant Ganon's wish for the destruction of the land.
神は、封印をする前に 新たな国を造る者を選び 高い山々に逃げるよう告げていた
Before the sealing, the gods informed those who had been chosen to create a new country to flee to the tall mountains.
So, before the sealing of the kingdom, the gods chose those who would build a new country and commanded them to take refuge on the mountaintops.
They were your ancestors.
Those people were your ancestors.
If the people living on the islands are descendents of the Hyrule's people, then it's possible for the Gerudos to have also fled and have their descendents exist somewhere as the new Gerudo tribe.
Again, they can't interfere with things like people being born. But they wouldn't reincarnate an evil. They only reincarnate the Hero and Zelda.
We don't know how the goddesses work, like Locke said. There are no set rules for who the goddesses choose to reincarnate.