So the Fallen Hero Timeline is just a "what if" right?

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User Info: SSJ_Jin

SSJ_Jin
4 years ago#1
Just wondering. Or did Nintendo say that there is definitely this timeline going on along with the other two?
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User Info: magdapocket

magdapocket
4 years ago#2
I think so.

User Info: iKhanic

iKhanic
4 years ago#3
No, it actually goes off realistic physics

http://www.tenthdimension.com/medialinks.php

Pay attention in the 4th and 5th dimension parts. That's where the decline timeline comes in.
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User Info: EliParker

EliParker
4 years ago#4
To me, I use my own time travel theory.

The moment Link got into the time of time, it created the time lines. So the adult and child time line was created at that one moment in time, but the time line he left stays as is hence Link was never there so Ganon could win.

I rejected Nintendo's reality and substitute my own.

User Info: Danspurt

Danspurt
4 years ago#5
In the actual timeline though, Link was defeated by Ganon in battle.

Maybe they'll make a game based on those events. I mean, between OoT and ALttP in that timeline, there's an entire war after all.
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MajinKogahazan
4 years ago#6
EliParker posted...
To me, I use my own time travel theory.

The moment Link got into the time of time, it created the time lines. So the adult and child time line was created at that one moment in time, but the time line he left stays as is hence Link was never there so Ganon could win.

I rejected Nintendo's reality and substitute my own.


Someone with the same idea as me. Not that it matters though, either way the timelines go on as planned, but with this idea the sages are still the ancient ones explaining why the sages in aLttP are all old Hylian men, so it makes sense.
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User Info: SSJ_Jin

SSJ_Jin
4 years ago#7
It's kinda weird that the original Zelda game, A Link to the Past, etc. were just thrown into "what if" storylines. Dunno what to think about that.
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pokemega32
4 years ago#8
EliParker posted...
The moment Link got into the time of time,


...what?
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pokemega32
4 years ago#9
The Downfall Timeline is not really any more "what if" than the Child & Adult Timelines.

They're two separate universes, both equally canon.
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User Info: Kayube

Kayube
4 years ago#10
Wasn't it pretty much specifically stated that the failure timeline resulted from Link being beaten by Ganon in the final battle, not from him not being there or anything like that? I don't have the book so I don't know for sure but that is what I heard.
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