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I wonder who lived in Snowpeak mansion before it was ruined. Link of Vey 21/02/08

I think it was asheis father--Zanramon 16:52, 21 February 2008 (EST)

...could it possibly be Yeta and Yeto, or their ancestors? Maybe its just fallen into disrepair because of monsters and Yeto being busy with Yeta.KrytenKoro 22:49, 21 February 2008 (EST)

I'm going with Zanramon on this. I think Yeto and his wife came after it was ruined. .Link of Vey 25 May 2008

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This talk should be moved to the Snowpeak Ruins Discussion respectively.Masterlink117 (talk) 04:52, 2 July 2014 (UTC)

The freezing...

This may be a bit speculative, but I think that the freezing over of Zora's Domain was caused by Yeta finding the shard of the Mirror of Twilight and turning into Blizzeta. That would more easily explain why she was sick when Link later saw her (we all know it was caused by the Mirror Shard; I'm pretty sure Yeto said she'd been sick ever since they brought it home, and she felt better after Link beat her and took it). More importantly, it would explain why Yeto locked the Mirror Shard in their bedroom: perhaps the couple are smarter than they're given credit for. In other words, they didn't want that terrible power that froze Zora's Domain to be unleashed by anyone else ever again, so Yeto and Yeta purposely set Link on a wild goose chase around the mansion to find those food items they'd been storing instead of the key to the bedroom where he'd find the Mirror Shard that they could've believed he was going to use for evil. Teamrocketspy621 00:21, 23 December 2009 (UTC)

I think that's already in the Yeta article (I have months without reading that article, so check it first: I may not be remembering thing pretty well). --K2L 22:15, 30 December 2009 (UTC)

Relation to the Ice Cavern

So I added some theory that would tie Snowpeak to Ocarina of Time and makes sense logically given both locations' relationships to Zora's Domain/Zora's Fountain. What does anyone think? Fyrisvellir 20:27, 8 October 2011 (EDT)