That is, Each of the time periods (except the old west) exhibiting High-Fantasy elements in them, such as magic, magic users, races (anthropomorphic substitutes of elves, dwarves, hobbits, and fairies, etc), deities, and mythical or fantasy creatures all of which correspond with the theme of the time period and freely interact with the people in that time period. Magic and supernatural phenomena already exist in the sly trilogy, so what would be your reaction if Thieves in Time was more Historic Fantasy than Time travel?
Teenbat wrote: I probably wouldn't mind if there was magic. As you said, the Sly series is no stranger to the supernatural.
The elves and whatnot, though, no thanks.
So you don't agree with the idea of High Fantasy themes appearing in the time periods? Though it is possible to have real world anmals or even mythical/fantasy fauna to substitute races. We can have Deer for elves, moles for dwarves, hamsters for hobbits/gnomes, and Insects for fairies.