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Hero of Time's Latest Quest Theory by Legend-tony980 Hero of Time's Latest Quest Theory by Legend-tony980
Since I looked in the Zelda tech demo for the Nintendo Gamecube, something interesting was seen in the trailer, which depicts Link and Ganondorf fighting in his castle. Due to the Hero's Shield the Hero of Time was using, the battle would probably take place in the Child Timeline.

It'd be interesting it was intended to be a direct sequel seven years after the events of Majora's Mask, where we can see the young Hero of Time have grown up as an adult like in the Adult Timeline. It would also be epic to travel through the two worlds, Termina and Hyule. There might be some chances that the upcoming first original Zelda game for the Nintendo 3DS to be something like this.

Here is my fan-made story based on my first fan-made Zelda concept:
Seven years after the Hero of Time saved Termina from Majora and celebrated the Carnival of Time, he was about to return back to Hyrule to meet Zelda and continue his search for Navi. But the portal that connects Termina and Hyrule have closed by the Evil King Ganondorf so he must find a way to return back to his homeland so he could meet Princess Zelda and protect Hyrule from Ganon's evil plans.

Eventually, Link defeated Ganondorf with the Master Sword and got him executed by the Seven Sages in the Mirror Chamber of the Arbiter's Grounds.

Sometimes later, the Hero of Time was about to die, and breath out his last words to his friend, the Skull Kid, who will be the sage of the Sacred Grove; to watch over the Master Sword, the ruins of the Temple of Time, the items he once possessed to become the hero of Termina and the Child Timeline's Hyrule, and allow his descendant to go through the Sacred Grove, who will become the Hero Chosen by the Gods, before eventually, the Hero of Time's spirit would go live inside a certain child's human body in a hundred years later.

Was it interesting? =p

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Snowstorm1993 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013

I think an MM sequel that takes place in the same Hyrule having the option to travel to Termina would be an awesome idea! It'd be even cooler to travel in his Adult form cause...idk he's awesome and you don't get to play as him in Termina, so yeah.

 

I like Fangames so I thought I'd try something like that, not sure if I'll actually do it though.

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Snowstorm1993 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
I'm making my own stories (Or ideas into one) on the Child Timeline.
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Legend-tony980 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013

Despite my interests on Majora's Mask's possible sequel or Twilight Princess's possible sequel, I'm also interested on Four Swords Adventures's sequel.

Featuring the same Toon Link, the gods has new plans for him. They'll want to test the young hero's power, wisdom and courage to prove his worthiness of being the Hero of Legend as he is one of the Hero of Time's descendants (as confirmed in Hyrule Historia). Seriously, I really wish to see more from the Child Timeline. :eager:

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Snowstorm1993 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2013
Same here!
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Legend-tony980 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013
Right? :happybounce:
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Snowstorm1993 Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013
Right. C:
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DrCaptPepperGirl Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2013   Filmographer
That does sound like an interesting theory. :)

I also wonder if Nintendo will ever go back to the child time line and create a game where they give a more thorough explanation between Majora's Mask and transitioning it into Twilight Princess.
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Legend-tony980 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2013
I seriously hope so. If they will, hmm, they might have to bring Adult Link's voice back (Nobuyuki Hiyama) and it might turn out to be a game similar to Twilight Princess's beta version (which was awesome). :plotting:
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