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With Hyrule Historia now available in Japan, Zelda translator extraordinaire GlitterBerri has unveiled a more complete English language version of the timelime, confirming the three-way split in the timestream.
According to GlitterBerri, longtime Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma is listed as the Supervising Editor of Hyrule Historia, which is as close to an official stamp of approval as you can get.
The timeline also reveals that Link disappears after the events of Majora’s Mask. Perhaps that’s where future Zelda games will pick up the plot. Because otherwise, the timeline looks rather complete with no stories left to tell.
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