The parallel world theory has more followers and evidence, but the parallel country theory also has some evidence. Could someone help me with answering this question? Beta 20:23, April 9, 2016 (UTC)
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Again, deader than disco, but I hate seeing people left unanswered - as far as I see it, Termina is a parallel world to Hyrule simply because of the people that appear, for example if it was just a parallel country you wouldn't have identical townspeople, or situations like Romani and Creamia being young and old Malon. Many other things are also completely opposite from Hyrule - Gorons live on a snowy mountain, not a volcano. Zoras live in the sea, not rivers. Keaton is real and not just a popular children's character. The Moon has a terrifying face and is already way lower in the sky than a normal moon even before Skull Kid gets to it. The complete lack of any Triforce or Goddess imagery implies to me that Termina is very much a completely parallel world, and not just a seperate country to Hyrule. Twilight Princess basically shows us 'countries' outside Hyrule (as the Peak Province, Desert Province and Ordona Province are not considered Hyrule proper) and they were still a product of the Goddesses, which I do not believe Termina is.