Ravio's rupee bag is actually an Artifact of Doom.Ravio panics whenever Link wanders near the bag in Link's house/Ravio's shop. He warns Link not to touch it, for inside is something more important than life itself. The fact that the item is sitting right next to Majora's Mask and Ravio shares uncanny similarities with the Happy Mask Salesman from Majora's Mask, is troubling to say the least.
Sheerow is Lorule's Wind FishRavio's pet bird has a deep emotional attachment to Link's counterpart, but he looks nothing an actual bird at all or even a fairy. Lorulian birds resemble turkeys or pterodactyls. He doesn't need to flap those wings when imitating Ravio's emotions, he just levitates. He moves at a blindingly fast speed and can carry an insane amount of items in one go. It's an egg with wings. The Wind Fish's Egg?
The game will end with a reference to the opening sequence of the Oracle gamesEither it will recreate the opening entirely, or just end with Link getting on his horse.
And the shocker that will happen in the game is...According to Aonuma "A Link Between Worlds" has something in the beginning that will shock fans. With that in mind let's start placing bets on what that shocker is.
The worlds in question are two of the timelinesWe know it takes place in Failure Timeline; the other is probably Child.
Even if ALBW isn't a remake of ALttP, Link still needs to find the Pendants Of Virtue.Evidence: Link is holding the Master Sword in the image on the main page.
The picture that's a part of the logo isn't meaningless...Dark Triforce.
Expanding on the above, the Dark Triforce is the same one represented by Demise.Ah, the Master Sword. It's beautiful.◊ It even bears the mark of the Triforce at the base of the blade. But what about the great evil Demise? Let's take a look at his sword.◊ It's got an upside down Triforce on it... This sword has been the center of much debate, and with the revelation of a potential second Triforce, the pieces fit together too well.
There will be three realms to explore: (Light) Hyrule, the Dark World, and the Twilight RealmThis will tie into the franchise's recurring Rule of Three motif, with Hyruleans being mainly good, Twilight Realmers mainly exhibiting Grey and Grey Morality, and Dark Worlders largely being Always Chaotic Evil (with the infrequent mandatory good monsters thrown in). Midna will inhabit the Twilight Realm and will remotely give Link his painting transformation ability.
Dark Link will play a huge roleSince there is a Dark World, there is perhaps a parallel dark version of Link that exists, likely to be an antagonist.
This game will explain Ganon's revival in the original ZeldaAs well as serving as Ganon's big return to the Zelda franchise. I was about to mention this too! To expand on this, Ganon died at the end of ALTTP, was resurrected in the Oracle games, and then died again. He is mysteriously alive again at the beginning of the original Legend of Zelda without explanation. Presumably, the villain in this game will resurrect Ganon again, and this time he'll only be sealed away until LOZ.
Ravio is actually ALTTP's LinkHe owns items that was found in "A Link to the Past" and he rents them out to the new Link. The screenshot shows that he's a human in a costume. His costume makes him look like a rabbit which is the form ALTTP's Link turns into when he first enters the Dark world.
The old woman that can be seen next to Zelda is Impa
Ravio is the Happy Mask Salesman and the real Big Bad AKA Majora.He has Majora's Mask on his wall and as an above WMG stated he's a human wearing a mask so obviously he's the Salesman and his wearing a mask makes him seem very suspicious; what's to stop him from being a bad guy and better yet using Majora's Mask during the Final Battle?
Nintendo will eventually make a Zelda game that mixes an overhead view like the one here with the third-person view of the 3D games.The game could jump back and forth between the two views depending on what playstyle the developers wanted to go for in a particular level, similar to how Super Mario Galaxy 2 went back and forth between fully 3D directional movement and Side View areas.
Yuga is Good All Along.Certainly of the Good Is Not Nice variety, but doing everything he does to help Hilda save her world from the real villain.
Hilda is the true antagonist.Yuga is actually her Dragon and both of them are manipulating Link for some kind of twisted plan.
Yuga is Good All Along and Hilda is the true antagonist.Lorule plays the Mirror Universe trope completely straight.
Lorule is a Kingdom that was founded in the Sacred Realm/Golden Land after the events of ALTTP.After Ganon was defeated and the Triforce retrieved, humans (the ancestors of Hilda and Yuga) were able to go from Hyrule to the Dark World/Sacred Realm without becoming Baleful Polymorphs. Some time after A Link to the Past, the two worlds were once again separated for some reason, and the humans stuck in the Dark World formed a new kingdom modeled after Hyrule in order to survive — thus was Lorule born. The reason Lorule is no longer referred to as or associated with the well-known Dark World of yore is because the passing centuries have removed all knowledge of that connection.
Yuga is the lovechild of Ganondorf and Ghirahim.Come on, just look at him.
Lorule is Termina in the Link Fails timeline.According to Aonuma, "Lorule is a place where something cataclysmic has happened in the past." The moon crashing into it because Link isn't around to stop it is pretty cataclysmic, isn't it?
Ravio set up shop in Link's house just so he could get Majora's Mask.It seems just odd for someone to set up shop in Link's house instead of setting the shop up elsewhere. As I theorized before I suspect him to be the Happy Mask Salesman (they have very similar color schemes) and since The Happy Mask Salesman was desirous of Majora's Mask to the point that he sought and found it in the Child Era he would obviously seek it in the Downfall Era... Of course just taking it off Link's wall might draw suspicions so he set up shop in the house so he could wait for the right moment to take it (most likely when Link gives him the Dark Triforce).
Yuga is the evil "true" ruler of Lorule, while Hilda is a benevolent usurper, keeping with the Mirror Universe theme.Yuga ruled Lorule with an iron fist, trapping its citizens in paintings both as punishment and for his own amusement. Hilda led a coup against the evil king and was set up as princess in his stead. Yuga then opened the way to Hyrule (likely with Ganon's help) so that he could take over the new kingdom and/or reclaim Lorule.
Yuga is genderqueerHe is referred to as a man, and his name spelled backward is "a guy", but he sounds like a woman, wears makeup, and is obsessed with beauty. Best guess here is biologically female, and identifying as male, but having some reservations about doing so. He appears to be a Gerudo, like Ganondorf. Seeing as Gerudo society seems to have such rigidly defined gender roles (men being the ruling caste, with women being the common folk), perhaps Yuga was trying to usurp power from the rightful ruler of the Gerudo by posing as a man, but doesn't really *enjoy* identifying as a man.
Nabbit was inspired by Ravio, not the other way around.When Iwata explained that their striking similarity was just a coincidence, he suggested that maybe someone on one of the games' teams saw some sketches from the other team. The reason Ravio would've come first is because he's Lorule's Link. Him dressing like a rabbit in another dimension is a reference to Link to the Past, where Link turns into a rabbit in the Dark World. In contrast, there's no real reason Nabbit had to look like a rabbit.
The Lorule Triforce pieces are...
There will be 2 more alternate dimensions in future installments
The elements of each of the sagesGoing from most to least obvious-
"Gramps," the Street Pass guide, is the Link from A Link to the Past.This is a somewhat common fan theory floating around, with a fair amount of hints in the game:
Lorule, Termina and the World of the Ocean King originated from a timeline split resulting from the initial Triforce Wars after Skyward Sword but before The Minish Cap, as did the Sacred Realms of both Hyrule and Lorule. Also, Yuga is not merely an Alternate Self of Ghirahim, but Ghirahim himself in a different form/incarnation.(Note: This originally appeared on WMG.The Legend Of Zelda Skyward Sword but has been updated and modified in light of A Link Between Worlds. Also, no spoiler tags will be used for this game or any other games due to the logistics of blanking out large portions of a Wall of Text.) In the timeline in which most of Skyward Sword takes place, Demise is completely eradicated by the Triforce, and Link, Zelda, and all the humans and other races watch over the Triforce in peace (Timeline 1, or T-1). In the timeline accessed through the Gate of Time, Link faces Ghirahim and the fully resurrected Demise, and Demise curses Hyrule to face an incarnation of his hatred, who would come to be known in most forms as Ganon (Timeline 2, or T-2). So in T-1, let's assume that Demise was never fully resurrected and never made his curse, and that the Triforce never has to be sealed away because evil has been pretty much eradicated. It follows that this Hyrule becomes a golden land blessed by the presence of the whole Triforce completely controlled by the forces of good. This blessed Hyrule becomes the Sacred Realm. But in T-2, with Demise having been sealed in the Master Sword but not fully destroyed, and with Demise's curse, evil still lurks across the land, leading to the wars for the Triforce first mentioned in A Link to the Past. But while the backstory states elsewhere that the Triforce in T-2 was sealed away, what might have actually happened is that the Seven Sages wished specifically for the Triforce to be "beyond the reach of evil." Thanks to the vagueness of the wish and the fact that the Triforce seems to be a Literal Genie, this may have been fulfilled by having the timeline split in two yet again in order to enact both possible interpretations of the words: one in which the T-2 Triforce was sealed in the Sacred Realm/T-1 Hyrule and fused with the Triforce already there (this will still be referred to as T-2), and one in which both the T-1 Triforce and the T-2 Triforce are eradicated (this will be referred to as the Shadow Timeline, or T-S). Thus, by the time of Ocarina of Time, there is only a single Triforce across all timelines that exist by then. Thus, the Temple of Time seen in Ocarina of Time does not actually access an entirely different dimension, but simply lets anyone using the Gate of Time access T-1. So when Ganondorf goes through to the Sacred Realm when Hero of Time Link gets the Master Sword, he is going to the Hyrule that was free from evil until he came. As a result, the golden Hyrule of T-1 is conquered by evil once again, and the Triforce is stolen. The reason the Dark World is Hyrule's dark mirror is not just because Ganon's dark heart turned it into that purely by magic, but because it was already Hyrule in another timeline. Because T-1 Hyrule was an evil-free utopia, there was no need to maintain any sort of army, meaning that Ganondorf conquered it rather easily. Certain gloomy aspects of the Dark World may stem more directly from the natural effects of being a subjugated realm. At the same time, Ganondorf stealing the Triforce from T-1 and taking it into T-2 may have also made it experience the same decay that Lorule faced. As a result of all this, the split timelines that Word of God has officially confirmed (Adult timeline, Child timeline, Decline timeline) split off directly from T-2. However, T-1 gets split alongside it because the Sacred Realm/Dark World is confirmed to exist in all of them and gets affected differently each time as a result. It can also be assumed that T-S exists alongside all these, and that it forms the basis of certain other universes visited in certain games. The reason that these other universes are so similar to Hyrule is because, like the Sacred Realm, they technically are Hyrule, yet the reason they are simultaneously so different from each other is because of the different time periods in which they are encountered and due to the different ways the main characters from T-2 interact with them (which will be discussed later). In essence, there are actually twelve different timelines resulting from the individual timeline splits: the two from Skyward Sword, the four resulting from the “beyond the reach of evil” wish (remember, T-1 and T-2 are both split along with the wish), and the three pairs of splits for those preexisting splits from Ocarina of Time. This might also result in two other effects regarding the two swords that are central to the plot of Skyward Sword, and in turn affect the natures of the various T-S realms. For one thing, the Master Sword of T-1 does not contain the lingering essence of Demise. It's possible that, because it is completely free from any evil, it becomes the ultra-powerful Golden Sword from A Link to the Past. This would explain why it is found in the Dark World/Sacred Realm/T-1 Hyrule. And the reason it is found in the possession of the Great Fairy Venus rather than in a pedestal is because, during Ganondorf's invasion of the Sacred Realm/T-1 Hyrule, the forces of good took the T-1 Master Sword/Golden Sword from its pedestal and hid it before Ganondorf could find it and destroy it. Also, as speculated on WMG.The Legend Of Zelda Skyward Sword, Ghirahim becomes the Trident of Power. The Ghirahim of T-1 goes through the Gate of Time to T-2, revives Demise, gets forcibly turned into the Anti-Master Sword, and is eradicated when Link defeats Demise. However, the Ghirahim of T-2 would still exist; it's just that Demise being locked in the Master Sword would mean that his evil machinations would unfold quite differently from how they did throughout Skyward Sword. First, because the resurrection of Demise is no longer a goal that T-2 Ghirahim can attain, his efforts instead focus on conquering Hyrule himself and/or making sure Demise's curse is brought about. It's possible that Ghirahim became the founder and leader of the Dark Interlopers who tried to steal the T-2 Triforce and eventually became the Twili of Twilight Princess. This would explain certain similarities between the Twili characters and Ghirahim (similar Villain Teleportation, strange skin coloring, over-the-top mannerisms, ultimately subservient to the vastly more powerful Demise/Ganon). In fact, when Midna talks about the ancient king who was driven mad by the same greed that she sees in Zant's eyes, she may have been referring to T-2 Ghirahim. But due to the failure of Ghirahim's Dark Interloper plot, he falls back on Plan B. In fact, thanks to the numerous splits in the timeline, he ends up having multiple Plan Bs. The Plan B that comes to fruition in the Child and Decline T-2 Timelines is to seal himself in the Trident of Power and make sure that, in this form, he can help the eventual incarnation of Demise's hatred attain the height of his magical potential. In fact, Ghirahim may have either created or influenced the development of the Gerudo to make this flow more smoothly. For one, he influenced their culture so that they would wish to isolate themselves from the other inhabitants of Hyrule, making them extra protective of their desert land and all dwelling in it, including the Trident of Power's resting place. Also, he altered their biology so that there would only be one male Gerudo every 100 years, ensuring that, among this pet race of Ghirahim's, there would be a convenient vessel for Demise's curse who would be in a position of sufficient power (King of the Gerudo) to amass an army and be on high-enough diplomatic ground with the Royal Family of Hyrule to manipulate them. Twinrova may have been a colleague of Ghirahim's who made sure all this came to pass. However, in T-S, where the Triforce gets destroyed, Ghirahim’s Plan B is born of a Villainous Breakdown. With no more hope of using the Triforce to fulfill his old master’s goals, he forms those few remaining Dark Interlopers under his aegis into a mad cult that goes around hexing and torturing everyone out of spite. At the same time, assuming Twinrova was indeed an ally in his schemes, he probably enacted a Demonic Possession and/or Fusion Dance with her in order to consolidate their magic powers in the wake of the gradual crumbling of the world (this will be important later). What happens next must be seen in light of the likelihood that the Kingdom of Hyrule as seen in T-2 never formed, due to the Triforce’s destruction causing a general amount of entropy and disorganization, and also due to the machinations of Ghirahim’s mad cult. First, because the destruction of the Triforce severs the link the people have with the gods, knowledge of the Golden Goddesses and Hylia is gradually lost, and the lost memory of the latter means that the land of T-S is never given the name "Hyrule." Instead, it gets the name "Termina" to reference the fact that the world is starting to face its demise. This may also explain why there are Triforce emblems in certain parts of Termina despite there apparently being no actual Triforce. Furthermore, the heterogeneous political organization of Termina as seen in Majora’s Mask is a result of there being no unifying Kingdom to hold the various races together. It is possible that the Four Giants, lesser gods who protect Termina, stepped up to fill the void left by the loss of the link to the greater gods. The T-S version of the Sacred Realm/T-1 Hyrule, which has faced its own entropy due to its Triforce being destroyed, also becomes the comparatively formless Chamber of Giants. Meanwhile, the mad cult led by Ghirahim-Twinrova culminates its efforts into the creation of Majora’s Mask as the T-S incarnation of Demise’s hate. Thanks to the more chaotic nature of the realm due to the Triforce’s destruction, this object itself becomes the epitome of chaos. The fact that it was created by this timeline’s descendents of the Dark Interlopers also explains why it has a faint resemblance to the Fused Shadows from Twilight Princess (but note that the separate existence of both Termina and the Twilight Realm in the Child timeline indicates that the latter is not T-S). Its fate diverges along with the timeline splits from Ocarina of Time. In the Child timeline, Link is able to work with the Four Giants to defeat Majora’s Mask and save Termina (in this case, Child T-S) from the Moon after dealing with Ganondorf note . But because Link is either dead (Decline timeline) or absent (Adult timeline) in the other T-2 progeny, the two other Terminas (both Decline T-S and Adult T-S) are not so lucky, and the Moon crashes into them. These two T-S realms end up becoming Lorule (A Link Between Worlds) and the World of the Ocean King (Phantom Hourglass), and they diverge in part because the divergent events taking place in the T-2 realms sorta “bleed” into it. In the Decline timelines, Ganon’s jumping back and forth between Hyrule (Decline T-2) and the Sacred Realm (Decline T-1), along with his subsequent imprisonment in the latter with the entire Triforce in the Imprisoning War, alters Decline T-S thanks to the indirect influence of the Triforce leaking into it through the gaps between dimensions/timelines. As a result, the survivors of the Moon cataclysm are able to rediscover at least some of the lost knowledge of their Triforce and link it with the events that have happened to their land. Because the ancient manuscripts of their world depict the Triforce as upside-down to symbolize its “death” during the Triforce Wars, the people mistake this for the actual appearance of the Triforce and start to use its upside-down appearance in their emblems. They also pull together and form a unified kingdom called Lorule to hold out against the increasing decay of their land. At the same time, the monster mask cult ("mumbo jumbo, mumbo jumbo") may be the result of the mask-wearing traditions of the Carnival of Time being repurposed in light of how people have reacted to the state of the land. The icy version of Death Mountain from A Link Between Worlds is actually what was once Snowhead Mountain, and their Misery Mire is actually the Southern Swamp. And the reason why Lorule has Alternate Self/Legacy Character versions of Link and Zelda (namely, Ravio and Hilda) while Termina as we see it in Majora’s Mask did not is also because of said “bleeding.” Also, the Decline T-S version of Ghirahim-Twinrova eventually gets reincarnated as Yuga, which explains the latter’s resemblance to the former two and also why he gets the idea to fuse with Ganon himself. And just as the events of the Imprisoning War influenced Decline T-S by “bleeding” into it, so too did T-2 Twinrova’s attempt to revive Ganon in Oracle of Ages/Seasons influence Yuga’s plot to revive Ganon by “bleeding” across timelines. It is also possible that this "bleeding" goes both ways, and the geography of Termina/Lorule in Decline T-S influenced the geography of the Dark World as it appeared in A Link to the Past. The bleeding may have also combined with Ganon’s memories of Child timeline Hyrule, which is why the Dark World’s Misery Mire is like Lorule’s Misery Mire but the Dark World’s Death Mountain is like Hyrule’s Death Mountain. Furthermore, at the end of A Link Between Worlds, the reason the Lorulean Triforce is remade in an upside-down form is either because Link and Zelda thought that was its original appearance when they wished it back into existence or because it served as a convenient way to distinguish it from their own Triforce. Meanwhile in the Adult timelines, Termina was also destroyed by the Moon (Adult T-S), but because of the events of Adult T-2 where Ganon’s invasion led to the flooding of Hyrule as seen in The Wind Waker, Termina was also flooded following this cataclysm. This led the Ocean King, who probably ruled the ocean well beyond where the impact of the Moon would have reached, to step in and take care of the survivors in the same way the Four Giants once did. Thus, Adult T-S became the World of the Ocean King. The fact that Link and Tetra’s crew were able to just accidentally sail into the World of the Ocean King instead of having to access it through some constrained portals like in the other versions of T-S may stem from King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule’s wish on the Triforce at the end of The Wind Waker. His wish was for Link and Zelda to have hope and a future, as well as to "let our destinies finally be fulfilled." It is possible that this also bled across timelines and worked on Adult T-S/World of the Ocean King so that the Link/Ravio and Zelda/Hilda of that world would also have hope. The gods accomplished this by making Adult T-2 and Adult T-S into a Merged Reality so that both realms could have access to the light of the Triforce. The reason they are still considered separate during the events of Phantom Hourglass is because this merging was a gradual process so that the inhabitants of Adult T-2 and Adult T-S would not have to abruptly deal with the change all at once. Also, it seems likely that Bellum is the reincarnation of the spirit of Majora's Mask and thus the new incarnation of Demise's hate, since both are Eldritch Abominations bent on chaos and destruction. This merging also occurred with both versions of the Adult timeline Sacred Realm/Dark World/T-1 Hyrule. However, while the merging of Adult T-2 and Adult T-S improved both by letting both have the Adult Triforce, the merged Sacred Realm had no Triforce. This, along with the combining of the entropy of both Sacred Realms, led to the Adult T-1 being all but annihilated. This dark, nearly formless timeline became the Dark Realm of Spirit Tracks, which explains why certain localizations of Spirit Tracks give it the same name as the Dark World. It seems likely that Malladus is, rather than another incarnation of Demise’s hate like Ganon and Majora’s Mask, an entirely new demon who emerged from this void. Also, relating to the above WMG noting how Termina's primary number motif is 4 while Hyrule's is 3, the recurrence of the number 4 may relate to Four Is Death, what with the T-S Triforce being dead. This may also explain why the World of the Ocean King and the New Hyrule of the merged Adult timeline are delineated into 4 quadrants. The reason Lorule doesn't have as discernible a 4 motif may have to do with the decimation of the 4 motif-heavy land by Majora's Mask being coupled with their rediscovery of the Triforce and subsequent reintroduction of a 3 motif.
Ganon was subtly influencing Yuga from within after they merged.He still acts and talks mostly like himself after the fusion, but it's notable that he went straight for the Triforce as soon as he had the chance. Possibly coincidental, but he never expressed much of an interest in it prior, so you never know.
Demise and his demons are from LoruleFirst, Demise's forces appeared from a fissure in the earth after a great earthquake. The cracks that allow Link to travel between the two words also opened during an earthquake. Demise's sword bears a mark of the Triforce, but pointing downward - just like the Lorulean Triforce. While it could be a result of their Triforce being done, the enemies in Lorule are much more like demons or monsters than the ones in Hyrule. In fact, most of the monsters in Lorule are creatures from the Dark World in A Link to the Past. If Demise really is from Lorule, that would explain why they destroyed their Triforce as well. In Hyrule, there was a great war between Hylia and Demise over the fate of the Triforce, and it's just as likely that Demise would have stopped at nothing in his home dimension as well. Once the Triforce of his universe was destroyed, he likely found a way through to Hyrule in a second attempt to obtain its power.
Yuga is another incarnation of Demise.(SPOILERS AHEAD. I'm not sure how to put this in spoiler tags without making it an unreadable mess, to here's your warning.) When Demise died, he said that his hatred would be born again to torment the descendants of Link and Zelda. Obviously Ganondorf was one of them, but it's never specified that ONLY Ganondorf is one of his incarnations. Depending on your interpretation of reincarnation, it's even possible for multiple versions of a soul to exist at the same time (a la Avatar: The Last Airbender ). Even disallowing that, Ganon's revival could have potentially resulted in a situation similar to the Oracle linked ending, where the revived Ganon would have been a (literally) soulless monster with no will of its own. Yuga, being a Descendant of Hate, could have taken advantage of that fact, which is also why he remained in control of Ganon, and even why Ganon never seemed to put up a fight.
Summoning Ganon in the The Legend of Zelda Oracle games sucked the Tri-Force of Power back into him.The three Tri-Force were whole in the beginning; and Link Between Worlds takes place long after. Reviving his body (even if not his mind); pulled the Tri-Force back into his soul; so that he had to be summoned again to regain it.
The Sheikah race is originally from Lorule, and is in fact Lorule's dominant race.All confirmed Sheikah look like Hylians, just with red eyes. Hilda looks like a Hylian but has red eyes. Also, the Sheikah are said to be "the shadows of the Hylians". Lorule is essentially Hyrule's shadow. Perhaps, in the ancient past, a portal between the two worlds was opened. Maybe by accident, maybe on purpose, maybe it was the above WMG about Demise originally being from Lorule. Either way, some of Lorule's inhabitants went through and settled in Hyrule. Some Hylians may have done the same with Lorule.
Before the events of the game kept him otherwise occupied, Ravioserved as Lorule's treasurer. Unfortunately, Lorule's resources were so limited that there was never enough money to take proper care of its citizens. That's why his bag of money was more important than life itself. He needs that to help save his people.
Yuga was initially loyal to Hilda, but his fusion with Ganon corrupted him.He wanted to restore Lorule to it's former beauty, but when he combined himself with Ganon, this was corrupted into wanting to remake the world in his own image. If Yuga is Ganon's Lorule counterpart then this allows their stories to run parallel -Both men start out with noble intentions, but lose sight of them as they gain power.
Yuga is the reincarnation of the Tennō(天皇) of Lorule.The Tennō(天皇) AKA the Heavenly King is practically the opposite of the Demon King/Mao(魔王) unless one becomes a God themselves. Yuga has shown a desire to take his place among the Gods which is different from Demise and Ganon's desire to unleash their hatred against the Gods. Yuga might have the mind of the Tennō(天皇) yet not the power thus contrasting Ganon who has the power of the Demon King yet not the mind. It also fits that as Ganon had good intentions only for them to be corrupted Yuga would have evil intentions with zero intrest in doing any good due to being Ganon's inversion.
The Goddess Hilda was descended from is just as if not more morally bankrupt than Hilda!As shown by Hilda's lack of Wisdom concerning Hyrule's Triforce Hilda is an inversion of Zelda so it should follow that her Goddess ancestor is an inversion of Hylia and thus morally ambiguous. The Tennō(天皇) would have seen her as a means to obtain the power to join the ranks of the Gods(inverting Demise's desire to destroy the Gods) and during their encounters they most likely fought and lost their main sources of power(at least the Tennō(天皇) did) forcing one(Hilda's Goddess ancestor) to start a royal line and the other(Tennō(天皇)) to reincarnate constantly.
The Triforce of Lorule embodies the same virtues as the Triforce of Hyrule, but they are distributed differently.
The infamous Chris Houlihan room is present somewhere
The entire game's soundtrack is playing in Link's head.Whenever Link travels to Kakariko Village, he always stops at the Milk Bar, pays the two musicians, and listens to the song that they play. Then, once he's out on his adventures, he remembers those songs and plays them in his head to motivate himself. Having a vivid imagination, Link is able to take songs he's heard played by a recorder and guitar and mentally orchestrate it into a day-to-day soundtrack for his life.