The Gerudo being evil makes no sense. Before Ganondorf they were just nomadic "theives". Only after Ganondorf coveted Hyrule did they start attacking. Plus, why would the king trust them if they did end up attacking in the past?
I don't want to seem overly cynical, but Nintendo has shown time and again that there really isn't much continuity between games that aren't direct sequels of one another. I'd easily bet 2,000 dollars that no mention to the Twili or Gerudo in the game, as Miyamoto stated that the game will be very light on plot, much moreso than Wind Waker or Twilight Princess.
Light on plot could also mean that there are Gerudo and Interlopers, but they don't really go into detail about who they are and why they're in the game.... the developers would basically be like "they're in the game... deal with it."
That's kinda why I think Ganon will be in the game.
Originally Posted by epicmovieltd
A day ago iwas playing OOT (dont ask why I was bored) and I killed gannon. Then I thought "why does gannon lose he is good at fighting and stuff"
Originally Posted by TingleBeliever
Now, tell me this: does Tingle dress like the Kokiri... or do the Kokiri dress like Tingle?
Why does a quote that stated the Gameplay was more important than the Story mean that this SS will be 'light' on plot or story? All Zelda games (except MM) are pretty light on plot, but there is still a story to them. And it doesn't mean Nintendo is going out of their way to introduce elements that totally confuse the TL. It just happens that the new games have storylines that ignore the Details of previous games when it comes to story.
I'll also say that at least one new race (either human or spirit) will get introduced in SS. It's been trend for over a decade.
I'm actually hoping that the Gerudo and the wind tribe are one and the same, that would make my life a lot easier when attenpting to place TMC. That doesn't necessarily mean that the wind tribe are related to the skylians, I just find it interesting that the abanoned fortress of winds is found near a swampland/plain that is near to the location of the desert in other games.
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