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 Dec 08, 2005 - 04:26 PM - by Michael
* Link to Die?

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About.com speculates on what Miyamoto meant claiming Twilight Princess would be a very different Zelda: could it be the end of Link?

The premise of the article is that players are told at the start of Wind Waker that Hyrule was flooded when a hero failed to appear to prevent evil's return.

The Gods, in order to cleanse the land of evil, flooded it, leading to the world found in Wind Waker.

However, we now know - or think we know - that Twilight Princess will take place sometime between The Ocarina of Time and The Wind Waker. So the question is, are the events described at the front of Wind Waker the events we'll be playing out in Twilight Princess?

If so, doesn't Link fail?

 

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