1) "Washed away" can't possibly be metaphor?
2) "This ancient land of Hyrule" can't possibly refer to the kingdom instead of the geographical location?
3) What, is there going to be a gaping hole to the earth's core where Hyrule used to be?
Lake Hylia is where the Village of the Blue Maiden is shown in FSA.
The Dark Tower corresponds roughly to Ganon's Tower in TWW, which explains why he turns it into his fortress.
That there is a village devoted to maidens does definitely correspond with villages being devoted to sages in LoZ.
How come whenever you respond with "maybe this maybe that" posts I have to accept them, but when I pose these kind of answers its never supported by "precedent".
Link =/= Royal Family. He's never even implied to be king in ALttP, and neither does the Triforce pass to the king in the ending.
Daphnes was the Triforce's owner in TWW, though. The Triforce could be "leaving the scene" to go anywhere, including to be "left behind" for a new king to reunite in AoL. Same could be true of Oracles. More than likely, though, is that one of these games has the Triforce returning to the Sacred Realm. I prefer Oracles, of the two, because TWW does set up nicely for a scenario in which a "new king" should be found (since they want to build a new country). Oracles also concludes the LoZ Ganon arc nicely by completely eliminating his revival cult, which seems to serve as more of a conclusion to the Triforce's activity than TWW's open-ended ending.
Again, see my first reply. The king died in the end, so why should it stay in his family or whatnot? Besides, Tetra has all the implications of not carrying on the bloodline of the royal family, so the royal family would be demolished. So why does a new royal family appear magically, as if the new inhabitants know exactly what the laws and customs were in a land that was washed away?
And of course there isn?t going to be a hole in the earth. To answer this, is the planet Hyrule is on flat, or was the entire world flooded? Heavy stuff man.
1) The maidens seal the FS away at the end of FSA. (Note: This is a certifiable fact, although my interpretation of the implications of this is not.)
2) By creating portals that lead there, presumably.
3) I never said it wasn't the same Hyrule territory, just not the same kingdom.
4) Possibly, but doubtful.
1) You're interpretation.
2) 3) 4) Now just more guessing.
1) AoL Hyrule isn't Old Hyrule? And it's in relative proportion to where it should be relative to Death Mountain, if we take Goron Island to be Death Mountain (which I do).
2) Not necessarily.
3) It doesn't have to...
1) The location of the Great Sea PH took place in was not relative to the Great Sea of WW, which means it wasn?t above the land of Hyrule, so any islands seen in PH are of different parts of the world that are flooded. To say AOL Hyrule is the old ?territory? of Hyrule you assume the water is drained. Your theory states the islands were connected by the Deku Tree or by founding a new land. You have to choose one and stay constant. You can?t use each one to argue different points because you argument wouldn?t be sound.
2) If the islands are all the mountain tops of Hyrule, should Maze Island be a mountain in Hyrule? If not it would be flooded.
And AoL is said to be the fulfillment of a wait for a new king to unite the Triforce anyway.
Tetra doesn't want to be the princess. Tetra is the last surving member of the royal family. Therefore, no more royal family and no way the AOL backstory can even connect to WW.
Maybe if you stopped treating me like an opponent, we can actually get somewhere, and maybe discuss your/my thoery without having to worry about its validity.