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Eldin to Crenel to Death

Now that an official timeline has been made I would have to agree that Eldin Volcano is later renamed Mt. Crenel and then Death Mountain. Most likely in Minish cap, because it was Hyrule's first Kingdom, most likely to people gave locations earlier names like it's most likely the Minish Woods became the lost woods. Eventually by Ocarina of time certain locations would have obtained their permanent names. Whats everyone's imput on this? --Nathbuds123 18:56, 25 January 2012 (EST)

It's only a theory, and I cannot say it is completely ridiculous. It's just that there are no facts or official quotes supporting it. What do you plan to do with this "information" anyway? Noble Wrot 19:23, 25 January 2012 (EST)

We could probably put it as a theory on the actualy page for Eldin Volcano, Mt Crenel, and Death Mountain. I'm still new so I'm not exactly sure how everything works around here. --Nathbuds123 21:12, 25 January 2012 (EST)

I doubt that Mt. Crenel is the same as Eldin Volcano the games are set maybe a 100 years apart and I doubt that a volcano full of lava, went inactive. Also it really isn't a theory for Eldin and Death its basically 90% possible that they are one and the same. Also I already have included it in the article as with Lanayru Desert. --XXSuperXXNintendoXx 21:24, 25 January 2012 (EST)

Where's the official statement saying that these three are one in the same? Just because Hyrule Historia releases a timeline that connects the games plotlines doesn't mean everything follows suit and is verified. Sure, every Zelda in order retains similar themes, but even looking at our own planet Earth, there are thousands of volcanoes, many of which exist near each other - we have no definitive proof that all three are indeed the same volcano - I'm willing to submit this as theory, but it's hardly a basis for a cohesive move! User:Cipriano/sig 10:29, 27 January 2012 (EST)

Cipriano, I am willing to bet that Eldin Volcano and Death Mountain are the same because Nintendo confirmed that Skyward Sword would tell the events prior to Ocarina Of Time. If you take a look at Faron Woods, Eldin Volcano and Lanayru Desert in SS, they are of similar locations to Kokiri Forest, Death Mountain and Gerudo Desert in OOT. When you think about the landscape changing over time, Eldin's constant flow of lava would eventually stop and begin to harden, creating the rocky terrain found at Death Mountain. Lanayru Desert's technology (which is already in ruins), would be completely hidden beneath the sands in Gerudo Desert. I'm not too sure how all the water would be gone from Faron Woods in Kokiri Forest, but I'd assume that the water would just be absorbed entirely at one point. Not only that, but there are story elements in SS that could easily match up with story elements in OOT. One such aspect would be that the Kikwi Elder becomes the Great Deku Tree, due to a lot of similarities between the two. Lahmaster 11:28, 6 February 2012 (AEST)

Eldin Caves

The stage Eldin Caves in Hyrule Warriors is known as Eldin Volcano in the Japanese version of the game. Should we add Eldin Caves to this page, or should we just make a separate page for it? ~Nintendocan (Talk · Contribs) 22:53, 15 August 2014 (UTC)

It isn't the first instance where there's a discrepancy between the English and Japanese names between different articles. I say it gets its own, though we're welcome to mention it in a Trivia section or something. - TonyT S C 01:38, 16 August 2014 (UTC)
Does it already have an official english name? If not, we should wait to see what name it receives in the english version. Chuck (talk) 05:27, 17 August 2014 (UTC)