Yeah, until TMC comes out, my backstory for the Four Sword is that Link recovered four colored blades from the Palace of the Four Sword, reformed it, and then brought the Four Sword back to Hyrule. Oh, and that Link (Link V for ALttP/LA) was also the one who sealed Vaati in the first place. Just my theory though.
Posted 22 September 2004 - 03:20 PM
I guess that kinda fits in... if one were to believe that the legend of the Four Sword blended together with a legend told in LttP... right? Because, then that would explain the maidens, kinda
I think that in LttP is when the FS is actually introduced into the Zelda storyline. Link keeps it, and later on, when Vaati first emerges into the story, possibly via MC, then that's the FS backstory. But, if Link doesn't have the FS at the beginning of MC, then two things are possible. First, this is a new Link. Second, the Palace of the FS isn't canon, nor ever should be considered into the storyline. the first one is way more plausible.
I know, i'm trying to place a game that hasn't come out yet, but if you look at it, we know the critical elements to the story.
One more thing before I forget... I wouldn't even place TT in there. its just not right. It's like trying to place the CD-I games, from what I've heard.
Well, i lost my train of thought, sorry... uh... maybe you'll be able to find a point in there somewhere....
Posted 27 September 2004 - 03:48 PM
Posted 28 September 2004 - 06:57 PM
That's my 2 cents
Posted 28 September 2004 - 09:16 PM
FS+ came to the States, and was called Four Swords Adventures. Hyrule Adventure became Hyrulean Adventure, Shadow Battle stayed the same, and Tetra's Trackers (the English name for Navi Trackers) was dropped. Supposedly, TT was going to be a preorder bonus disc for TWW2, but according to TSA, NOA has scrapped that idea.