Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown Fan Theories

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is an action-adventure video game developed by Ubisoft Montreal and released in 2010. The game follows the story of a prince named Malik, who teams up with the famous Prince from the earlier games in the series to defeat evil forces threatening their kingdom. However, despite its critical acclaim, some fans have come up with interesting theories regarding the plot and characters in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. Here are some of these fan theories:

1. Malik is actually possessed by Ahriman.

One theory suggests that Malik’s erratic behavior throughout the game is due to him being possessed by Ahriman, the main antagonist from the previous game, Prince of Persia (2008). Fans point out that Malik’s personality changes dramatically after he obtains a piece of Ahriman’s corrupted magic crown. This theory gains further weight when one considers that neither Farah nor Ezio Auditore recognize him at their meeting during ‘The Assassin’s Creed Revelations’.

2. The prince in this game is not actually a “Prince.”

Some fans believe that this iteration of “the Prince” isn’t an actual prince at all but just uses ‘the prince’ as his title because he has adopted it based on what other people have called him before instead on any merit or royal recognition.

3. Farah became immortal because she obtained power from Elika.

Fans have theorized that Farah’s immortality might be connected to Elika from 2008’s ‘Prince of Persia’ title since they share similar powers over nature with her abilities being more aligned towards water than earth and using water-based attacks against enemies.

4. The Vizier was not killed at the end but transformed into something else entirely.

As seen in prior games within this series, characters often transformed into monsters or demons after magical transformations occurring within them; so some fans speculate; whether it is possible that the Vizier too was transformed after he merged with Ahriman and overpowered him, shifting into another being entirely and trying to find another way back into the world.

5. Elika was not possessed by Ahriman but instead is the goddess of Light herself.

Background lore highlights that there are multiple deities within the game’s universe, and some fans have speculated Elika may actually be one of them; as her powers allow her to defeat evil so handily, and she always offers a purely positive perspective to situations within the game itself.

In conclusion, these fan theories only add more depth to an already compelling story in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. Whether they hold any water or not remains to be seen – but it’s definitely interesting hearing about all these different interpretations!

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3 responses to “Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown Fan Theories”

  1. This article is a great example of how passionate fans can be about their favorite games. The fan theories presented here are well thought out and add a whole new layer of depth to the story of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. It’s always interesting to see how fans can interpret a game in different ways and come up with their own unique theories.

  2. This article about fan theories in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is a fascinating read. As a fan of the game, I found it interesting to see the different interpretations of the plot and characters. It’s amazing how fans can come up with such intricate theories that make the game even more interesting.

  3. I loved playing Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, and this article brought back a lot of memories. The fan theories presented here are thought-provoking and make me want to replay the game to see if there are any hidden clues that support these theories. It’s amazing how a game can inspire such creativity in its fans.

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