A theory exists that Snowpeak Ruins are actually Ashei's childhood home. This seems to be supported by the many armaments in the mansion, the knight pictures (perhaps showing her father), the pictures of the various other regions of Hyrule, and Ashei's own account of having grown up with her father, a knight, in the mountains. It could also explain why, while the rest of the resistance is interested in certain areas and seek knowledge or resources from them, she seems almost obsessed with the mountain, yet doesn't seem to think (or at least doesn't mention) that it has anything of value. It's not an ironclad idea, but it fits well, so might it be worth mention? Setras 21:53, 22 March 2013 (UTC)
- Considering Ashei only says "I was raised in the mountains by my father", that doesn't necessarily mean it's Snowpeak. Theoretically, she could have been raised outside of Hyrule =P But aside from that, I could see a mention in the Trivia section of the page. So go ahead. User:Mandi/sig 23:58, 22 March 2013 (UTC)
About that emblem claim in the trivia...
Apparently, this was something that was changed between the GameCube and Wii versions of the game (both of which use a Hylian crest in the tower) and the remake, which uses the Snowpeak Ruins emblem. I tried providing links to some video walkthroughs as proof, but it seems they were blocked by a spam filter. The emblem is displayed on the wall above the tower's staircase, right next to the window Link comes in through. I also couldn't find any signs of the Snowpeak Ruins emblem inside the Hyrule Castle dungeon, if that's worth anything. Doodlyskoots (talk) 16:40, 19 September 2018 (UTC)