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Dr. Mechano

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  1. The "Link is dead in Majora's Mask" theory doesn't make any sense.

    In Twilight Princess, a past Link - specifically the one who experienced Majora's Mask as a child - is depicted as a full grown adult skeleton. He died as a grown man and this is indisputable.

    1. Wraith


      Anything about Zelda beyond what's explicitly confirmed in the games is just up to interpretation at this point.

      I'm pretty sure hyrule historia legitimately floats the idea that termina isn't actually real and was a projection of Skull Kid's loneliness.

    2. JezMM


      The most non-sensical thing about the "Link is dead" theory is that anyone would find it to be the more interesting theory over taking the narrative at face value.

      Let's take one of the most intricate, unique and melancholic Zelda narratives and forcibly re-interpret it into the most cliché non-literal interpretation in the book.

      If I recall as well, all the stages of grief in this theory referenced use the whole overarching plot of each region as an example of the stage, except for bargaining which shoehorns itself in by saying "that one (10 second long) bit where Darmarni asks Link if he can use his magic to revive him".

    3. Diogenes


      the hero's shade is also depicted as a wolf. a ghost can be whatever he wants.

      not that i take the "link is dead" theory seriously in any way, though.

    4. Dr. Mechano

      Dr. Mechano

      The "Skull Kid imagined everything" thing wasn't from Hyrule Historia either. It was from Dark Horse's Zelda Encyclopedia, which - while it is an officially licensed product - contradicts other statements from Nintendo themselves, who have - in manuals and official guides - over and over called Termina a parallel dimension to Hyrule.


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