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Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom theories are getting wild -By Fsk

Last week, Nintendo released its final trailer for the Hylian-anticipated sequel to Breath of the Wild, and since then the internet has gone amok with speculation and theories about what the game is actually about (as always, Nintendo’s made sure to show did a great job) gave us some nice footage, but didn’t really tell us anything about the plot).

So, here are some current Tears of the Kingdom theories. ,Beware of elements that could be considered minor spoilers for Tears of the Kingdom Below, If you want to get as fresh as possible into the game, here’s a sign for you to go elsewhere.)

Nintendo’s final trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Tears of the Kingdom is a ‘good’ Ganondorf

When Breath of the Wild was released, many people speculated that it was some version of Ganondorf who actually helped Calamity goon away, not Link. It all stems from the tapestry shown when Impa (and Kas, now that I think about it) tells an amnesia-suffering Link about the events that happened before Breath of the Wild.

Impa explains that, 10,000 years before Breath of the Wild, Calamity Ganon was sealed away by a princess and a hero. However, the hero depicted on this tapestry bears more resemblance to Ganondorf than to Link. He has red hair, and a more pronounced nose than Link’s prior incarnations, as you can see in the image below.

Impa is telling Link the history of Calamity Ganon.

Now, if you fast forward and watch the most recent Tears of the Kingdom trailer (which is the video at the top of this piece) again, you’ll see a moment where a character, whose face remains hidden, places a comforting hand on Zelda’s face. Shoulder.

The character wears a costume with a pig-like decoration on his chest. His robe also consists of many triangles, as if composed of the Triforce.

Is this Ganondorf from a different time?

Many now wonder whether this mysterious character is actually the same hero who banished Calamity Ganon during Impa’s narration, and is a version of Ganondorf who is ‘good’.

After all, the color of the skin on his hand is more uniform than that of Ganondorf’s. Additionally, Ganondorf’s ‘Ganon’ beast form often takes the shape of a boar, such as on the character’s cloak.

Lastly, Ganondorf is often associated with the Triforce of Power, and we have those triangles on his outfit. Others have pointed out that his voice sounds a lot like Matt Mercer, who we know voices Ganondorf in the game.

All that being said, a recent image from a Japanese Tears of the Kingdom download card, shows what I’m pretty sure is the once faceless character, and I can’t decide if it’s actually a past-version of Ganondorf. Looks like. For starters, his hair isn’t red. But then again, I guess it could be because he’s older now? Oh, I don’t know, but it’s fun to guess.

We’ll travel back to the sealing of Disaster Ganon in Tears of the Kingdom

This second principle stems from above. If this new character is indeed the one who helped the princess fend off Disaster Ganon, when are we meeting him again? Because, if we are meeting them in the present, they appear to have been in good health for over 10,000 years.

Meanwhile, speculation is rife that the unidentified female figure featured in last week’s trailer is an older version of Zelda. Perhaps, even Zelda who helped drive away Calamity Gone.

The aura coming from her hand in the most recent trailer is similar to the one we saw Zelda use in Breath of the Wild, so she definitely has a goddess connection. It may be that the other character in the trailer is actually his father, not Ganondorf.

Ganondorf pulling a Thanos in Kingdom tears

If you look closely at the Tears of the Kingdom artwork of Ganondorf, you’ll notice that he’s wearing a chunky necklace. This necklace, along with her head piece, appears to have grooves for gems of some sort to fit into. Slot for the titular Tears of the State, perhaps? So, is it really infinity necklace? Fans on Reddit certainly think so.

Does this mean, however, that we can expect Ganondorf to be searching for the missing tears for his jewels, and then once they are all in situ he will have the power to snap his fingers and wipe the rest of Hyrule from existence? Would you have the power to take them out? I guess we will have to wait and see.

It can be possible?
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There’s a tear in every race

The most recent Tears of the Kingdom trailer shows five (I think) titular tears. Zelda has one, Sidon has one, Rizu has one, Ganondorf has one and maybe the mysterious figure from 10,000 years ago has one.

Are the races of Hyrule entrusted with these tears in order to keep the world safe, because if Ganondorf lays his evil hand on them, bad things will happen? Well, maybe and this leads me to another theory…

tears for Fears.

tears are associated with dungeons

Dungeon! Do you remember them? Breath of the Wild was a great game, but it lacked the Zelda staples of dungeons (yes, I know we had divine beasts and temples).

Ganon’s costume has several slots for tears (one around his neck, and one in his headpiece). And, the Zelda series loves its numbers and things in sevens. We had seven dungeons in Ocarina of Time. So, maybe each tear is associated with a dungeon and a sage?

An earlier trailer showed the figure with seven teardrops around his body.

Teba Kingdom is dead in tears

In Breath of the Wild, Link was helped by a Rito named Teba during the attack on Vah Medoh. However, while Zora and Gerudo counterparts (Sidon and Rizu) are shown returning in Tears of the Kingdom, it does not appear that Teba will be returning for the sequel.

Instead, Rito, shown on behalf of Link in the most recent trailer, is Tulin, Teba’s son. This has led many to wonder whether Teba has died during the events between the games, and Tulin is now honoring his father’s legacy by helping in Tears of the Kingdom.

Besides, where is Unobo?

In the tears of Sidon Kingdom is the king of Zorus

The most recent trailer for Kingdom Come shows Sidon fighting side by side with Link. However, many have noticed that the prince of Zora now has some new headwear. In fact, it resembles the crown of King Dorephon.

Does this mean that Doraemon died before the events of Tears of the Kingdom? Or has he just abdicated, and passed the title of king to his son?

However, when Nintendo released official artwork for Sidon, it referred to her as “cheerful and charming”. Prince of the Zora tribe”. So, does this mean that something happens to Doraemon during the events of Tears of the Kingdom? Question!

While we’re on the subject, I hope Zelda is Queen Zelda and not Princess Zelda in Kingdom Tears. After all, she is the reigning queen now.

Oh, I just can’t wait to be queen.

So what do you all think? tell me!