Ancient Stone Tablets was a Japan-only game that's recently been fully resurrected and translated, renewing my interest in it.
I was wondering if it reasonably fits into the total Hyrulian timelines, and how so?
One of the latest official maps (from Hyrule Historia) doesn't include it, but I'm wondering if the story reveals any clues about whether or not it conflicts with the known timeline.
We know this:
Narrator: 6 years ago, Link the Hero threw down the King of Evil, Ganon. Since then, the land of Hyrule has basked in a time of tranquillity. But one day..."
But do we know if Oracles/Awakening/Worlds happen in those intervening 6 years? Or after? Or does it conflict entirely?
For reference, Hyrule Historia's timeline was published before Link Between Worlds, the spiritual successor of Link to the Past. So, we know it doesn't include all known Zelda stories. (There's also some best-forgotten content not included). Newer, but simpler, official timelines put Worlds immediately after Link's Awakening.
If there's no official Nintendo publishings on the timeline (from any point, not just recent), I'm okay with a reasoned approach based on the content of the story. I don't know if variations in the Japanese wording might give more clues, or if there was special content from that original time when the games were broadcast in Japan. I don't know Japanese.