The Legend of Zelda: Timeline

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As you might not know, I played every single Zelda game ever created, I am currently playing Zelda: The Minish Cap now! I'm discussing with my best friend the storyarch and timeling of all the Zelda games, and the results are very interesting! I already know Zelda: OoT & Zelda: Majora's Mask for N64 are first coming of the saga! I wonder, does any of you Zelda fans know how to connect every Zelda game, stroywise? :)

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Well i would have to say i don't have a whole lot of innuendo ones that aren't blatant lol i have some crazy stupid sayings though so i guess that might suffice.
"When life gives you lemons, keep them, cuz hey! FREE LEMONS!"
"My mother says i'm perfect. Mothers are always right."
"God bless the first @#%^ amendment"
"I'm in shape. Rounds a shape."
"Mugging me could only improve my financial situation."
"Well i guess i can't complain...but i still do."
"Confuscious say: life is like a roll of toilet paper=long and useful!"
alright i'm done for now lol thinking hurts.

Renegade Nuns on Wheels

  • Feb 09, 2005
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"Euthanism" == humanely killing an overused euphemism.

  • Feb 09, 2005
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This thread is now edited and changed drastically, due to the misunderstanding of my previous thread! Please read the very top of this new edited thread! :)

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well some games don't quite fit into the storyline per say, but as far as i understood it, the chronological order that the games go in is ocarina of time, majora's mask, the legend of zelda, zelda II, and a link to the past being the last game chronologically. i don't about the new games that have come out, since in the windwaker, he doesn't have any connection to the link from the other games. and i also don't know about the minish cap and the 4 swords, i haven't played them. but that's how i think they go, i may be wrong of course, but that's my understanding of it.

  • Feb 11, 2005

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