WA Delegate (non-executive): The Shadow Lands of Tekopolis (elected )
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Regional Power: Moderate
Today's World Census Report
The Most Politically Free in Hyrule
These nations allow citizens the greatest amount of freedom to select their own government.
As a region, Hyrule is ranked 15,476th in the world for Most Politically Free.
|1.||The Republic of Ania Luquiss||Left-wing Utopia||“You Can't Stop Progress”|
|2.||The Hyrule Founder Nation of Ness Snorlaxia||Civil Rights Lovefest||“From One Source All Things Depend”|
|3.||The Community of Card for Bob1||New York Times Democracy||“Legend of Bob”|
|4.||The Federal Republic of Ruhar||Civil Rights Lovefest||“United as One”|
|5.||The Kingdom of ZUChat||Civil Rights Lovefest||“The Groose is Loose”|
|6.||The Shadow Lands of Tekopolis||Liberal Democratic Socialists||“Raise your Sword Skyward! For Power, Wisdom & Courage!!”|
|7.||The Country of Nosyaj||Democratic Socialists||“F*CK 'EM”|
|8.||The Rogue Nation of The Deadly Fire||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Be careful what you wish for”|
|9.||The Totally not CD-i sleeper of Zeldatlae||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“The timelines are weird”|
|10.||The Empire of Cobra Kai islands||Capitalist Paradise||“Strike first, Strike hard, No mercy!”|
- : Drako1387 ceased to exist.
- : New draygonia ceased to exist.
- : The Empire of Cobra Kai islands arrived from The West Pacific.
- : The People's Republic of Zoh departed this region for Alvonia.
- : The People's Republic of Zoh arrived from The Pacific.
- : The Community of Card for Bob1 arrived from The Rejected Realms.
- : The Kingdom of Hy-rule arrived from The East Pacific.
- : Drako1387 arrived from Lazarus.
- : New draygonia arrived from Osiris.
- : Slatos 13 ceased to exist.
Hyrule Regional Message Board
This Age of Calamity demo is pretty great, I don't know if I'll get the full game but I am excited for it
The original Hyrule Warriors was actually pretty well-made too. They put a lot of thought into story continuity that I thought worked well with that game style. With the history-altering aspects used (in both games, if I recall), one could even consider the games part of the canon.
Yeah, I'm surprised that the Hyrule Warriors game aren't canon, but with all the time-travel and whatnot, I suppose it would have mixed up the timeline even more than it usually does :P
Actually, if you think about it, if you've seen the "official" Zelda timeline, Hyrule Warriors' solution to continuity would be the most plausible part of it, were it canon.
Yeah, at least they explain it in the game itself instead of a book. It's a good book, but still.
If you mean Hyrule Historia, it is a good book. My entertainment center has The Four Books lined up on it.
I have Hyrule Historia! It's great. Lots of art, and of course the timeline. There's also a bunch of BotW art books that I think I borrowed online for a while which were pretty cool too.
The thing is, none of the books in the goddess trilogy actually give us a fully working timeline. (age of calamity not canon).
Reminder that Age of Calamity just released and it would be nice not to spoil everybody. :)
Great game so far, though.
Spoiler Alert: Do not read the previous 10 posts. :p