Hyrule: Total War is a conversion for Medieval 2: Total War. A vast majority of the iconic races from the Zelda universe have been represented as armies that the player can assemble, command, and ultimately use to destroy their enemies. The Hero of Time has chosen to return to the past, a choice that ultimately has ruined the charts of history and sent Hyrule into chaos. Major wars that were already decided have unmade themselves, allowing fallen armies a second chance at these critical events in Hyrule's history. This is where you, the player, comes in.

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Kurisutina004
Kurisutina004 Dec 27 2013, 12:19am replied:

If you plan to play this then you need to learn real quick that this DOESN'T follow the official lore.

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HolyWinter
HolyWinter May 8 2014, 7:11pm replied:

I remember it along the lines of they died, plain and simple but if they died in the lost forest or other inhabitants they turned into Stalfos? and/or skull kids. My info may or may not5 be 100% accurate.

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BNSF1995
BNSF1995 Sep 27 2014, 12:58am replied:

My version is that they can leave the forest, and in the process, start aging to whatever age they would be at if they were Hylians. The reason they never leave is because the myth that they die if they leave is perpetuated by Mido to prevent emigration and eventually, the loss of whatever power he wielded in the first place.

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BNSF1995 Sep 27 2014, 12:59am says:

And THIS is why the game would never be released if Nintendo decided to make it. The media watchdogs would have a field day over the depiction and deaths of what is essentially child soldiers, something that may be the reason Saria is not, nor may never be in Hyrule Warriors.

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