Why Ganondorf MIGHT Be In The Arbiter's Grounds! (Breath of The Wild 2)Jun 10, 2021
You know, the other day they sent me to my girlfriend. I think I'm going to sit back on the Breath of the World sequel videos for a while, maybe until we get more news, and that decision was made because I felt like I'd covered everything worthwhile. covering, but then I realized that among all the mandatory topics that a Zelda soldier must cover there was one that I had not yet discussed: where is Ganondorf now? I think I may have touched on this briefly in a few videos, but I've never actually made a video of my entire collective thoughts and part of the reason is because my opinion on this could change on any given day and the other part of the The reason is because I don't necessarily have my own theory in quotes, but I have my own ideas, which are kind of theories.
Recently there has been a theoretical idea that I strongly believe in and that is exactly what I will be sharing today, so be sure to go grab a snack or drink and send them over. to appear here and if you are new here or maybe you just haven't subscribed yet you should consider that we are close to 100k. I would greatly appreciate it and now let's discuss my theory on where Ganondorf could be. from the
wildsequel, okay, assuming you've seen the thumbnail and recognize the location on it, which is okay if you don't, like I'm about to tell you, I think Ganondorf's tomb chamber bedroom, whatever you want to call it, it can be under The Arbiter's Grounds are located in the Gerudo Desert now for those who have only played Breath of the Wild or, more precisely, for those who have not played Twilight Princess, which you should do if If you haven't, this location will only appear as some ruins found. in the desert, but for those who have played twilight princess, this name will send shivers down your spine.
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why ganondorf might be in the arbiter s grounds breath of the wild 2...
The Arbiter's Grounds first appeared in Twilight Princess and was once a colossal prison and execution ground for the most evil criminals in Hyrule years before the events of Twilight Princess, the evil king himself, was imprisoned here and sentenced to execution. This was actually after the events of ocarina of time after Link was sent back in time to warn everyone about Ganondorf's evil intentions and betrayal of the king. This was the result that was due. to be executed but the attempt was unsuccessful the sages pierced his chest with the sword of six sages but the power within him for the triforce of power allowed him to free himself from his shackles and in a moment of madness Ganondorf lunged and murdered a sage in In panic, the rest of the sages banished him to the Twilight realm through the Twilight Mirror.
A relic also stored in the
groundsfar from civilization. This is just the main horrible story of these lands. I haven't even entered the death spirit sword. or the long-dead soldiers of the past, these
groundswere used for the baddest of the bad and were the place the royal family saw fit to contain Ganondorf, rather than the only place they saw fit. What we see in the sequel reveal trailer of the
breathof the mummified savage Ganondorf trapped almost in an isolated place out of reach of everyone deep beneath the ground, we know that the Arbiter's grounds had many layers, both above and below the ground, a very similar description to the referee's grounds at twilight. princess, but let me explain how this could work in the
wildtimeframe from the beginning, we would say that this location in the breath of the world is just a reference, it just is, the game is literally made up of references, the bridge gliac from tengel island. rauru hillside lake sarya the disappearance rape and many more, you get the point but what if we say it was more than just a reference?
And to clarify, yes, in a breath of the wild, this is solely a reference, but what if and this is? a big what if in the sequel the developers used some of their seemingly innocent references placed in the first game and actually turned them into something more in the sequel using them to expand the world already created like we know we're going to do? I'll be playing in Hyrule itself, this Fury Slash idea of mine will depend on this existing, but if you keep going, trust me, this will make a lot of sense to clear up something else very quickly.
We are trying to provide a possible answer as to where. This is not why or how he got here or what he did this time, I'll just briefly mention the reason why but I won't answer as ultimately that's not what this video is about, we're looking at where as we know . Ganondorf hasn't actually appeared for a long period of time, I mean in terms of Zelda's expansive timeline, despite being the most recognizable villain in the series, he only appears in Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess and the awakening of the wind as this tall humanoid. form the gerudo king or evil king as he is known, this is the same man, in fact there are no different incarnations in the twilight princess, we are told of his failed execution before the events of the game which were the result of the end of the ocarina of time. takes place shortly after ocarina of time and shortly before twilight princess in the wind waker
ganondorfhimself talks about his land being taken away and his people taken away this refers to what he lost due to the gods following hyrule because the hero of time was not present to fight him in that timeline of events after ocarina of time, this scanner forever could not be the same man since he eventually dies at the end of both timelines and does not even appear like Ganondorf in the fall. timeline, but what we can see here is his eventual reincarnation, as we know the custom setup was to reincarnate evil over and over again, but not in a specific form, we see Ganon Ganondorf, we see Vati, he's just evil , we will be reincarnated now, that's right.
No matter when he was reincarnated or imprisoned, only that it was, we can clearly see that the king of evil has become a crumpled corpse in a mummified and embedded life preserver, regardless of when this happened, the fact is that it did happen. and they brought him here, I'm guessing a significant amount of time passed before Breath of the Wild, although since he looks pretty dead we can't even see what he did, but presumably he tried to attack the kingdom like past guys and No he was not successful in any way, he managed to be imprisoned and where did the royal family imprison the worst of the worst?
The referee's grounds, but why specifically there, why not, inside the jail cells of his castle or the popular theory that he was directly below? the castle where the highland army would technically be most present in central Hyrule, well that's because, as mentioned above, the baddest of the bad were too dangerous to keep close to civilization. Ganondorf himself was once brought here to the Arbiter's Grounds and was almost freed. If that happened anywhere near the people of Hyrule, all hell could break loose to help explain why the Arbiter's Grounds would make sense for the whereabouts. of Ganondorf.
If we take a look at another evil that was contained within the grounds of the sword of death, we can see something similar happening here. The sword of development is an ancient demon bound with this huge sword and it is contained or rather held with these talismans that contain the demon is still alive and present, it is only contained when the bond cuts one of these ropes. The sword of death is released now, it is not one by one. idea, but I think something similar may be happening here instead of the talisman, it's this supernatural green hand that contains Ganondorf, but not only keeps him alive, but probably contains the reincarnation process preventing another Ganondorf from being born into the world . break the curse imposed by death or a loophole if you want, although the whole reincarnation block is a fear in itself, but the point I'm making is that when we saw Ganondorf in prison, it was the referee's turf , an isolated prison in the deepest. the desert far from civilization, the only place considered suitable for the task.
I'm guessing that over the potential thousands of years it's been down here, the Arbiter's grounds on the surface were abandoned or destroyed and eventually filled with sand, I mean the Twilight Princess. they were actually already abandoned, so maybe the ruins just became more abandoned, I guess, or more to the point of filling up with sand, destroying whatever, and we assume this whole Sand Phil thing happened after they put it here , by the way, but because this chamber or tomb because Ganondorf was kept as a secret of the royal family deep within the grounds, it was not considered to leave Ganondorf far below the earth, this theory, cutting idea, the theory of the conspiracy is a bit messy, but I don't really know how to present it any other way.
Other additional things to consider would be the supposed gerudo text flowing into the green hand, in my opinion this has nothing to do with Ganondorf himself as the hand is holding him down, not on his side, perhaps restraining him and Keeping him alive, I think this hand. It could be connected to the location over the Gerudo Desert in this case, but like much of this whole theory, it's purely an idea, in fact, maybe this isn't a fury at all, but rather just an idea, but It's definitely something to think about and Consider Another thing to consider is that the royal family sent him here once, but to be executed, that backfired and almost doomed the kingdom entirely if it weren't for the wise man's quick plan of action. .
I think they could have had the same thing this time. idea of taking him there, but instead of executing him, since he may not have been sent here this time for the same reasons, but definitely the same amount of threat to the kingdom, they decided to contain him by sealing him while keeping the king barely alive. preventing another from forming using a technique used in other parts of the terrain that also prevents his divine powers from being activated by an attempt on his life, oh, and to answer the question of what about the ruins of the cave paintings and the need from a large mammal, well the runes could simply be left over from the creation of this chamber and I know there is a theory that these are zonai runes and that could be true, maybe the zonai helped build it, who knows that's it another theory entirely considering we know almost nothing about the area of the eye the creature could be in. it could be because you physically need something to get you there, it could be far below and as for the cave painting it is suggested that this is Ganondorf, this could be a slight hint of what is to come, this could have been painted here on purpose. to indicate what's below, I guess if it's true the only question left would be how did Princess Zelda and Link get access?
Well, my bet would be that they will have to excavate the ruins of the Arbiter's grounds to get the sheikah's help similar to how they did. I excavated the divine beasts that or perhaps along with a secret passage to the tomb within the referee grounds there was also a second passage elsewhere for a more discreet entrance. The heroine, whoever concludes my theory, the idea is that Ganondorf is in fact somewhere beneath the long-lost ruins of the Arbiter's grounds in a breath of the wild and just to clear up this fury, the idea was more just to provide another view of the whole situation of where Ganondorf is, not necessarily defeating others as I'm fully aware he's probably under hiro castle I just find it fun to provide other points of view.
Ultimately, that's what theories are about not rejecting other ideas and not just sticking to a specific idea. I think all points of view are important and that comes in the sequel. The location and perhaps others too will go from cool little references to genuine pieces of lore and history, revealing to us a secret that has been hiding deep beneath the surface and is now reaching Hyrule. Thanks so much for looking. I really hope you enjoyed the video. and if you make sure to leave a like and consider subscribing, very appreciated people, what do you think of this little mini theory, conspiracy theory, slash, guessing game theory about
ganondorf's whereabouts in the sequel to Breath of the Wild, could King Groudo be far below the long lost Arbiter's ground or could he be somewhere else, remember this is more just an idea which is why I haven't put the title zelda fury as normally it would let me know What you think in the comments and will be attentive to my answers, as always, a huge and sincere thank you to all my followers on Patreon and YouTube.
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