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* This is the only game where Ganon appears that averts Hijacked by Ganon, until you actually stop and think about it, since Yuga appears to be Ganons Lorule counterpart it makes sense he would pull the same trick Ganon does, Ganon effectively got Hijacked by Ganon


* If the names Zelda and Hilda sounds familiar, it's because these two princesses share the same names that Sabrina's aunts of the sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch

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* If the names Zelda and Hilda sounds sound familiar, it's because these two princesses share the same names that Sabrina's aunts of the sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch
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* If the names of Zelda and Hilda sound familiar, it's because these two princesses share the same names that Sabrina's aunts of the sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch

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* If the names of Zelda and Hilda sound sounds familiar, it's because these two princesses share the same names that Sabrina's aunts of the sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch

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* If the names of Zelda and Hilda sound familiar, it's because these two princesses share the same names that Sabrina's aunts of the sitcom Sabrina the Teenage Witch


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** Him renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - [[spoiler:he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom]]!
* Why is it that [[spoiler:Ganon never [[HijackedByGanon hijacked the plot from Yuga]], as per his usual style? Because he was fused with Yuga, and Yuga was pretty much doing exactly what he would have done on his own in that situation already -- namely, try to steal the Triforce and TakeOverTheWorld. What use would he have in resisting Yuga's will when his will had the same aim that was being achieved right then?]] Worse, [[spoiler:Yuga becomes much more violent and stole the Triforce of Wisdom just to kill Link.]] It's pretty clear [[spoiler:Ganon's hate]] is influencing him.

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** Him renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - -- [[spoiler:he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom]]!
* Why is it that [[spoiler:Ganon never [[HijackedByGanon hijacked the plot from Yuga]], as per his usual style? Because he was fused with Yuga, and Yuga was pretty much doing exactly what he would have done on his own in that situation already -- namely, try to steal the Triforce and TakeOverTheWorld. What use would he have in resisting Yuga's will when his will had the same aim that was being achieved right then?]] Worse, [[spoiler:Yuga becomes much more violent and stole the Triforce of Wisdom just to kill Link.]] Link]]. It's pretty clear [[spoiler:Ganon's hate]] is influencing him.



** Lorule's counterparts to the usual heroes (and villain) lack the definite trait of the Hyrule Triforce wielders: [[spoiler:Link is courageous, while Ravio is a coward; Zelda is wise, while Hilda foolishly tries to steal another Triforce and trusts Yuga; Ganon is powerful, while Yuga runs away and needs to steal his strength to be an effective threat.]] They're mirrors in every way. Furthermore, [[spoiler:Ravio claims to be a coward, but in reality, his actions show markedly the opposite. Rather than kick back and let Hilda consign Hyrule to a slow, decaying demise, he stepped in to help Link stop her, potentially dooming himself in the process. He might not take an active combat position, but he does, in his own way, show courage. Hilda's plan is a bit short-sighted, but does acknowledge her view of a greater good. She clearly doesn't like what she's doing, and sees it as, at best, a necessary evil, and does what she can to help her people. Not to mention, her plan is rather well thought-out, simply not accounting for Yuga and Ravio's respective betrayals. Finally, Yuga, while not even close to as powerful as Ganon was, is still strong... in his own way. I mean, even as a one trick pony, his one spell, outside of with Link, courtesy of Ravio's bracelet, is a one hit kill/incapacitation. Seriously, the only reason Yuga's not a threat to Link is because he sidesteps Yuga's silver bullet. He merely exercises it differently, relying on guile more than Ganon's brute force. In effect, it's not that they are opposites, but rather similar characters, just viewed through a different lens.]]

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** Lorule's counterparts to the usual heroes (and villain) lack the definite trait of the Hyrule Triforce wielders: [[spoiler:Link is courageous, while Ravio is a coward; Zelda is wise, while Hilda foolishly tries to steal another Triforce and trusts Yuga; Ganon is powerful, while Yuga runs away and needs to steal his strength to be an effective threat.]] They're mirrors in every way. way.
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Furthermore, [[spoiler:Ravio claims to be a coward, but in reality, his actions show markedly the opposite. Rather than kick back and let Hilda consign Hyrule to a slow, decaying demise, he stepped in to help Link stop her, potentially dooming himself in the process. He might not take an active combat position, but he does, in his own way, show courage. Hilda's plan is a bit short-sighted, but does acknowledge her view of a greater good. She clearly doesn't like what she's doing, and sees it as, at best, a necessary evil, and does what she can to help her people. Not to mention, her plan is rather well thought-out, simply not accounting for Yuga and Ravio's respective betrayals. Finally, Yuga, while not even close to as powerful as Ganon was, is still strong... in his own way. I mean, even as a one trick one-trick pony, his one spell, outside of with Link, courtesy of Ravio's bracelet, is a one hit kill/incapacitation. Seriously, the only reason Yuga's not a threat to Link is because he sidesteps Yuga's silver bullet. He merely exercises it differently, relying on guile more than Ganon's brute force. In effect, it's not that they are opposites, but rather similar characters, just viewed through a different lens.]]



* What if [[spoiler:Ravio]] had the counterpart to wisdom, and Hilda had the counterpart to Courage? Then both characters' actions would make a lot more sense. [[spoiler:Ravio, who may not be all that courageous, is certainly wise enough to see that both Hilda's and Yuga's plan is a spectacularly bad idea. Hilda, on the other hand, has enough courage to save Lorule by any means neccessary, even if it would destroy another world entirely.]]

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* What if [[spoiler:Ravio]] had the counterpart to wisdom, and Hilda had the counterpart to Courage? Then both characters' actions would make a lot more sense. [[spoiler:Ravio, who may not be all that courageous, is certainly wise enough to see that both Hilda's and Yuga's plan is a spectacularly bad idea. Hilda, on the other hand, has enough courage to save Lorule by any means neccessary, necessary, even if it would destroy another world entirely.]]



* Why does Hilda have purple hair? It's because Zelda has blonde, like yellow hair. Yellow and Purple are [[ColorContrast color inverts]]. [[spoiler:Link and Ravio also follow this, with Link having blonde hair and Ravio having purple hair]].

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* Why does Hilda have purple hair? It's because Zelda has blonde, like yellow hair. Yellow and Purple are [[ColorContrast color inverts]]. [[spoiler:Link and Ravio also follow this, with Link having blonde hair and Ravio having purple hair]]. hair.]]



* The plot of the game: [[spoiler:Link must travel to an AlternateUniverse version of Hyrule (with counterparts of most of its inhabitants to match). The parallel world seems doomed to fade, and Link stops someone that is not Ganon (though his body is fought in a way).]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask sound familiar?]]. As Termina is a counterpart of Hyrule in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]], [[spoiler: Lorule]] is a counterpart of Hyrule in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]. [[spoiler:Both were fated for the end, and were ready to face their demise, but Link (and Zelda in Lorule's case) saved them at the very last minute. Lorule is the Decline timeline's version of Termina.]]

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* The plot of the game: [[spoiler:Link must travel to an AlternateUniverse version of Hyrule (with counterparts of most of its inhabitants to match). The parallel world seems doomed to fade, and Link stops someone that is not Ganon (though his body is fought in a way).]] [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask sound familiar?]]. Sound familiar?]] As Termina is a counterpart of Hyrule in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]], [[spoiler: Lorule]] [[spoiler:Lorule]] is a counterpart of Hyrule in [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]. [[spoiler:Both were fated for the end, and were ready to face their demise, but Link (and Zelda in Lorule's case) saved them at the very last minute. Lorule is the Decline timeline's version of Termina.]]



** The initial blackened Triforce of Lorule can be interpreted to be the opposite of the virtues of Hyrule: Instead of Power, it's Impotence [[spoiler: (Yuga requires Ganon for his plans)]], instead of Wisdom, it's Ignorance [[spoiler: (how Hilda eventually becomes ignorant that by trying to save one world, she'd doom another)]], and instead of Courage, it's Cowardice [[spoiler: (Ravio's initial personality)]].

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** The initial blackened Triforce of Lorule can be interpreted to be the opposite of the virtues of Hyrule: Instead of Power, it's Impotence [[spoiler: (Yuga [[spoiler:(Yuga requires Ganon for his plans)]], instead of Wisdom, it's Ignorance [[spoiler: (how [[spoiler:(how Hilda eventually becomes ignorant that by trying to save one world, she'd doom another)]], and instead of Courage, it's Cowardice [[spoiler: (Ravio's [[spoiler:(Ravio's initial personality)]].



* [[spoiler: Ravio in his bunny mask]] is obviously supposed to compare to Link's rabbit form in ''A Link to the Past''; while others who entered the Dark World with greed in their hearts became hideous monsters and strange creatures, Link's pureheartedness transformed him into an innocent one. A more subtle note...Many of the residents of Lorule have taken up thievery as a means of coping with the chaos that has consumed their world, while those who haven't don masks in the likeness of monters and worship them in the hopes that it will save them from corruption. But for [[spoiler: Ravio]]? Just like Link in the Dark World, he takes the guise of an innocent [[spoiler: rabbit]] and doesn't let the dilapidated state of his kingdom coerce him into doing dishonest work instead of what he knows is right, and refuses even to try saving it when he knows he would be dooming another. He remains pure-hearted until the end.
* Hilda explains that when their ancestors destroyed the Lorulean Triforce, the kingdom began to crumble away, and the people lost their virtues, becoming afraid and more hostile. In [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]] it's elaborated that when Din, Nayru and Farore finished creating the world, they departed and the Triforce remained where they had come together. If Lorule's creation is identical and the Golden Goddesses created Lorule as well, it makes perfect sense that the world crumbles away when the Triforce is destroyed. Whenever someone makes a wish, the world changes to grant it. Since the Triforce is, in essence, the embodiment of creation, surely destroying it would also destroy the world!
* It's easy to view the 3 main Lorulians as pale imitations and failures... [[spoiler:Hilda lacks Zelda's wisdom, Yuga lacks Ganon's power, and Ravio certainly lacks Link's courage]]. But if you just switch around who it is you're drawing comparisons between, they start to look like much more talented characters (and much better candidates for potential triforce wielders). Think about what roles they ''actually'' play in the game. [[spoiler:Hilda]] is a powerful sorcerer and arguably the main antagonist due to falling into temptation for the triforce's power. Those aren't the traits of a failed Wisdom holder, they're the traits of your average Power holder... like Ganon. Likewise, [[spoiler:Yuga]]'s role is to go boldly forth into uncertain territory and become [[spoiler:his]] monarch's champion (just like Link, the holder of Courage). And [[spoiler:Ravio]] remains largely removed from the main action, choosing instead to take a tactical approach and help orchestrate the events that will allow [[spoiler:his]] hand-picked hero to save the world (just as Zelda has done in so many games before [[spoiler:him]]).
** We know that [[spoiler:Lorule's triforce is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce]]. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that [[spoiler:the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives]] have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]]. Also, consider the following lines:

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* [[spoiler: Ravio [[spoiler:Ravio in his bunny mask]] is obviously supposed to compare to Link's rabbit form in ''A Link to the Past''; while others who entered the Dark World with greed in their hearts became hideous monsters and strange creatures, Link's pureheartedness transformed him into an innocent one. A more subtle note... Many of the residents of Lorule have taken up thievery as a means of coping with the chaos that has consumed their world, while those who haven't don masks in the likeness of monters and worship them in the hopes that it will save them from corruption. But for [[spoiler: Ravio]]? [[spoiler:Ravio]]? Just like Link in the Dark World, he takes the guise of an innocent [[spoiler: rabbit]] [[spoiler:rabbit]] and doesn't let the dilapidated state of his kingdom coerce him into doing dishonest work instead of what he knows is right, and refuses even to try saving it when he knows he would be dooming another. He remains pure-hearted until the end.
* Hilda explains that when their ancestors destroyed the Lorulean Triforce, the kingdom began to crumble away, and the people lost their virtues, becoming afraid and more hostile. In [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Ocarina of Time]] Time]], it's elaborated that when Din, Nayru Nayru, and Farore finished creating the world, they departed and the Triforce remained where they had come together. If Lorule's creation is identical and the Golden Goddesses created Lorule as well, it makes perfect sense that the world crumbles away when the Triforce is destroyed. Whenever someone makes a wish, the world changes to grant it. Since the Triforce is, in essence, the embodiment of creation, surely destroying it would also destroy the world!
* It's easy to view the 3 main Lorulians as pale imitations and failures... [[spoiler:Hilda lacks Zelda's wisdom, Yuga lacks Ganon's power, and Ravio certainly lacks Link's courage]]. But if you just switch around who it is you're drawing comparisons between, they start to look like much more talented characters (and much better candidates for potential triforce wielders). Think about what roles they ''actually'' play in the game. [[spoiler:Hilda]] is a powerful sorcerer and arguably the main antagonist due to falling into temptation for the triforce's Triforce's power. Those aren't the traits of a failed Wisdom holder, they're the traits of your average Power holder... like Ganon. Likewise, [[spoiler:Yuga]]'s role is to go boldly forth into uncertain territory and become [[spoiler:his]] monarch's champion (just like Link, the holder of Courage). And [[spoiler:Ravio]] remains largely removed from the main action, choosing instead to take a tactical approach and help orchestrate the events that will allow [[spoiler:his]] hand-picked hero to save the world (just as Zelda has done in so many games before [[spoiler:him]]).
** We know that [[spoiler:Lorule's triforce Triforce is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce]].Triforce]]. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that [[spoiler:the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives]] have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]]. Also, consider the following lines:



-->'''[[spoiler:Hilda]]:''' Princess Zelda, I have been led astray, tempted by the '''power''' of [[spoiler:your triforce]].
* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she completely immobilized in no time at all despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to]].


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-->'''[[spoiler:Hilda]]:''' Princess Zelda, I have been led astray, tempted by the '''power''' of [[spoiler:your triforce]].
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* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she completely immobilized in no time at all despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to]].

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* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she knocked unconscious effortlessly despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to]].


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* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she knocked unconscious effortlessly completely immobilized in no time at all despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to]].



* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she knocked unconscious effortlessly despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to stop him]].


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* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she knocked unconscious effortlessly despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to stop him]].

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\n* Sharp-eyed players will notice that there's something a little fishy about Hilda's introduction to you. She tells you that she was unable to stop Yuga. However, she says this as she is standing over [[spoiler:the body of Yuga and Ganon's fusion, whom she knocked unconscious effortlessly despite said fusion being ''far'' stronger than Yuga ever was]]. So how come she wasn't strong enough to stop Yuga? [[spoiler:It's because she never even tried to stop him]].



** We know that [[spoiler:Lorule's triforce is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce]]. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]]. Also, consider the following lines:

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** We know that [[spoiler:Lorule's triforce is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce]]. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that the [[spoiler:the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives representatives]] have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]]. Also, consider the following lines:


'''[[spoiler:Ravio]]:''' There was no way that I had the '''courage''' to stand up to [[spoiler:you and Yuga]]. But I was '''smart''' enough to go to Hyrule.
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-->'''[[spoiler:Hilda]]:''' Princess Zelda, I have been led astray, tempted by the power of [[spoiler:your triforce]].


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'''[[spoiler:Ravio]]:''' -->'''[[spoiler:Ravio]]:''' There was no way that I had the '''courage''' to stand up to [[spoiler:you and Yuga]]. But I was '''smart''' enough to go to Hyrule.
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-->'''[[spoiler:Hilda]]:''' Princess Zelda, I have been led astray, tempted by the power '''power''' of [[spoiler:your triforce]].



* What if [[spoiler:Ravio]] had the counterpart to wisdom, and Hilda had the counterpart to Courage? Then both characters' actions would make a lot more sense. [[spoiler:Ravio, who may not be all that courageous, is certainly wise enough to see that both Hilda's and Yuga's plan is a spectacularly bad idea. Hilda, on the other hand, has enough courage to save Lorule by any means neccessary, even if it would destroy another world entirely.]] We know that [[spoiler: Lorule's triforce]] is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle of this game, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]] (this troper personally believes that Hilda is a better candidate for power than courage, as she specifically mentions [[spoiler:being tempted by the power of Hyrule's Triforce]]). Also, consider the following line:
-->'''[[spoiler:Ravio]]:''' There was no way that I had the '''courage''' to stand up to [[spoiler:you and Yuga]]. But I was '''smart''' enough to go to Hyrule.

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* What if [[spoiler:Ravio]] had the counterpart to wisdom, and Hilda had the counterpart to Courage? Then both characters' actions would make a lot more sense. [[spoiler:Ravio, who may not be all that courageous, is certainly wise enough to see that both Hilda's and Yuga's plan is a spectacularly bad idea. Hilda, on the other hand, has enough courage to save Lorule by any means neccessary, even if it would destroy another world entirely.]] We know that [[spoiler: Lorule's triforce]] is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle of this game, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]] (this troper personally believes that Hilda is a better candidate for power than courage, as she specifically mentions [[spoiler:being tempted by the power of Hyrule's Triforce]]). Also, consider the following line:
-->'''[[spoiler:Ravio]]:''' There was no way that I had the '''courage''' to stand up to [[spoiler:you and Yuga]]. But I was '''smart''' enough to go to Hyrule.







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* It's easy to view the 3 main Lorulians as pale imitations and failures... [[spoiler:Hilda lacks Zelda's wisdom, Yuga lacks Ganon's power, and Ravio certainly lacks Link's courage]]. But if you just switch around who it is you're drawing comparisons between, they start to look like much more talented characters (and much better candidates for potential triforce wielders). Think about what roles they ''actually'' play in the game. [[spoiler:Hilda]] is a powerful sorcerer and arguably the main antagonist due to falling into temptation for the triforce's power. Those aren't the traits of a failed Wisdom holder, they're the traits of your average Power holder... like Ganon. Likewise, [[spoiler:Yuga]]'s role is to go boldly forth into uncertain territory and become [[spoiler:his]] monarch's champion (just like Link, the holder of Courage). And [[spoiler:Ravio]] remains largely removed from the main action, choosing instead to take a tactical approach and help orchestrate the events that will allow [[spoiler:his]] hand-picked hero to save the world (just as Zelda has done in so many games before [[spoiler:him]]).
** We know that [[spoiler:Lorule's triforce is basically just an upside-down version of Hyrule's triforce]]. So, theoretically, we could think of it as an upright Triforce rotated a few degrees. In the final boss battle, you may have noticed that each piece of Hyrule's Triforce has a specific placing (power is at the top, wisdom bottom-left, courage bottom-right). But if we assume that [[spoiler:Lorule's Triforce]] has been rotated to the right, then that means that the [[AlternateSelf Alternate Selves]] of Hyrule's representatives have also moved to the right. If you move each correspondent one place over accordingly, it leaves [[spoiler:Ravio with wisdom, Hilda with power, and Yuga with courage]]. Also, consider the following lines:
'''[[spoiler:Ravio]]:''' There was no way that I had the '''courage''' to stand up to [[spoiler:you and Yuga]]. But I was '''smart''' enough to go to Hyrule.
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-->'''[[spoiler:Hilda]]:''' Princess Zelda, I have been led astray, tempted by the power of [[spoiler:your triforce]].



** Him renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom!

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** Him renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - he [[spoiler:he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom!kingdom]]!


** Ravio renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom!

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** Ravio Him renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom!

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** Ravio renting and selling his inventory to Link also makes sense once you reach the end of the game - he probably plans to use the funds he raised to help reboot Lorule's economy and finance the rebuilding of the kingdom!

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