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[[AC:FridgeBrilliance]]
* The plot is an alternate universe version of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening''. This is why Oshus and Bellum seem so similar to the Wind Fish and [=DethI=] respectively. It even explains the whole [[spoiler:AllJustADream]] ending.
* [[spoiler:Bellum eats life force from all things around it, starting with the Ocean King]]. This would also explain why the Ghost Ship took Tetra away at the start, as a means of bringing food to its master. But when you think about [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaSkywardSword Skyward Sword]], it makes much more sense than expected. If a creature consumes life energy, what more delectable source exists than [[spoiler:a goddess]]?
* At the end of the game, Tetra asks how long they've been gone for, and her crew says that it's only been "about 10 minutes". Why 10 minutes? [[spoiler:That was initially the same amount of time the Hourglass could protect Link from the Temple of the Ocean King's curse.]]

[[AC:FridgeHorror]]
* [[SuperDrowningSkills Link can't swim in this game,]] even though he could swim just fine in ''The Wind Waker''. What could've happened in between the two so that he would've lost that skill? Well, when you consider [[spoiler: [[FutileHandReach what happened]] [[NoPlaceForMeThere with the King of Red Lions]] in ''The Wind Waker''...and that it took place ''entirely underwater''...[[ButNowIMustGo Most incarnations of Link have had to deal with parting ways with a close companion at the end of their adventures,]] [[DarkerAndEdgier but none of them have been forced to watch as said companion resigned himself to death by drowning.]]]]