History Characters / TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening

3rd Aug '17 9:31:27 PM Sammettik
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-->'''Item''': Pegasus Boots




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-->'''Item''': Angler Key




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-->'''Item''': Hookshot




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-->'''Item''': Face Key



* DeathBringerTheAdorable: Though he does indeed "smash".

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* DeathBringerTheAdorable: DeathbringerTheAdorable: Though he does indeed "smash".



!!Turtle Rock

* MusicalNod: Has a unique theme song, which resembles the boss theme of ''A Link to the Past''.




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-->'''Item''': Fire Rod

* BarehandedBladeBlock: Apparently his gloves are made of a stronger material than Link's sword.
* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: In-Universe, he's seemingly based on the real Blaino Link fought in ''Oracle of Seasons".
* CirclingBirdies: His lunge attack leaves Link seeing stars.
* MookBouncer: Get hit by his uppercut and it's back to start!



* LuckBasedMssion: As if snagging it with the hookshot while dodging the tail wasn't hard enough, there's a chance you'll pull out a decoy that will explode.

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* LuckBasedMssion: LuckBasedMission: As if snagging it with the hookshot while dodging the tail wasn't hard enough, there's a chance you'll pull out a decoy that will explode.



* DubNameChange: Albotoss in Japanese, one of many ''Mario'' references in this game.

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* DubNameChange: Albotoss Albatoss in Japanese, one of many ''Mario'' references in this game.
3rd Aug '17 9:17:34 PM Sammettik
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!!Rolling Bones

!!Hinox

* MadBomber: Counters every hit you land on him with a throw of a bomb.

!!Dodongo Snake

* DualBoss: Fought as pairs. Leave the room after defeating one, and a glitch will cause the other to disappear for an easy win.
* FeedItABomb: Works on these kinds of Dodongo too.
* YouDontLookLikeYou: The most abstract-looking of any Dodongo in the entire franchise.

!!Lanmola

!!Cue Ball

* ChasingYourTail: Possible, but it's easier to hit it as it rounds a corner or after jumping over with the Roc Feather
* DubNameChange: A Tektite-Helmasaur hybrid in Japanese.

!!Master Stalfos

!!Ghoma

* SkippableBoss: They guard the DoorToBefore, but Master Stalfos has the item, and there's two routes to the boss.

!!Armos Knight

!!Smasher

* DeathBringerTheAdorable: Though he does indeed "smash".
* DubNameChange: Originally "Jackie", as if he wasn't cute enough before.

!!Blaino
























* CaptainObvious: "In the southeast of the island, you will find something called the Angler Key. [[LampshadeHanging Hmmm… How much more obvious do I have to be?]] Bye!”

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* CaptainObvious: "In the southeast of the island, you will find something called the Angler Key. [[LampshadeHanging Hmmm… Hmmm… How much more obvious do I have to be?]] Bye!”
3rd Aug '17 8:55:29 PM Sammettik
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The same Link from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]''. After being caught in a storm after sailing home, he was beached on Koholint Island and must awaken the Wind Fish to return to Hyrule.

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The same Link from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]''.Past]]'' and the ''Oracle'' games. After being caught in a storm after sailing home, he was beached on Koholint Island and must awaken the Wind Fish to return to Hyrule.



!!Moldorm

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!!Moldorm!!Moldorm:



* DubNameChange: "Giant Zol" in Japanese.



* UnderwaterBossBattle

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* %%* UnderwaterBossBattle



* DubNameChange: "Hooker" in Japanese, alluding to the weapon you need to use.




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* LuckBasedMssion: As if snagging it with the hookshot while dodging the tail wasn't hard enough, there's a chance you'll pull out a decoy that will explode.


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* DubNameChange: Albotoss in Japanese, one of many ''Mario'' references in this game.


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* ViolationOfCommonSense: How to beat a fire monster? Shoot it with your fire rod! You must literally fight fire with fire!
5th Jun '17 2:52:45 PM Sammettik
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* DoesNotKnowHowToSayThanks: Link saves this divine cetacean from an eternity of nightmares. He doesn't get any real reward for doing so, not even a quicker route back to Hyrule. instead having to paddle back on that tiny piece of wood.

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* DoesNotKnowHowToSayThanks: Link saves this divine cetacean from an eternity of nightmares. He doesn't get any real reward for doing so, not even a quicker route back to Hyrule. Hyrule, instead having to paddle back on that tiny piece of wood.
25th May '17 1:22:53 AM Sammettik
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* DoesNotKnowHowToSayThanks: Considering that [[spoiler:he leaves his savior ''stranded in the middle of the ocean'']], yeah, he has this problem '''big time'''.

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* DoesNotKnowHowToSayThanks: Considering Link saves this divine cetacean from an eternity of nightmares. He doesn't get any real reward for doing so, not even a quicker route back to Hyrule. instead having to paddle back on that [[spoiler:he leaves his savior ''stranded in the middle tiny piece of the ocean'']], yeah, he has this problem '''big time'''.wood.



** After all, Link saves this divine cetacean from an eternity of nightmares. How does the whale god thank his savior? [[spoiler:By leaving him behind. Clinging to driftwood, in the middle of the ocean.]]



* SummonEverymanHero: While never explicitly stated, it is heavily implied nonetheless that the Wind Fish [[spoiler:was responsible for the storm in the game's prologue. He uses the last of his available powers to draw Link into his dream in a final desperate act to stop the nightmares from taking over his mind.]]



Clown-like master of the Bottle Grotto.

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The Clown-like master of the Bottle Grotto.



* SavingTheWorld: [[spoiler:In an unusual inversion, the bad guy is trying to save the world and the hero is trying to destroy it, but the Nightmares aren't saving the world for benevolent reasons.]]



* ShipperOnDeck: The monsters do nothing to intervene when Link is spending time with Marin. It could be speculated that they hope if Link falls in love with Marin, and starts to enjoy the wonderland that is Koholint, [[LotusEaterMachine he'll abandon his quest to go home]].
1st May '17 6:03:54 AM ExSlacker
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* RammingAlwaysWorks: Rushing into a wall with the Pegasus Boots causes Slime Eye to fall from the ceiling.

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* BehindTheBlack: This Nightmare would probably be visible from anything else but a top-down perspective.
* RammingAlwaysWorks: Rushing into a wall with the Pegasus Boots causes Slime Eye to fall from the ceiling. Another couple of Dash Attacks is required to divide Slime Eye and make it vulnerable.




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* GeniusLoci: It's possible that the entire room where you fight Façade is the very Nightmare itself.



* PlatformBattle:

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* PlatformBattle:
PlatformBattle: Like Moldorm, falling from the arena due to Evil Eagle's BlowYouAway attack will reset the battle.
30th Apr '17 7:04:23 PM ExSlacker
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'''Instrument''': Full Moon Cello

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Full Moon Cello



'''Instrument''': Conch Horn

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Conch Horn



'''Instrument''': Sea Lily's Bell

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Sea Lily's Bell



'''Instrument''': Surf Harp

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Surf Harp



'''Instrument''': Wind Marimba

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Wind Marimba



'''Instrument''': Coral Triangle

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Coral Triangle



'''Instrument''': Organ of Evening Calm

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Organ of Evening Calm



'''Instrument''': Thunder Drum

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'''Instrument''': -->'''Instrument''': Thunder Drum
30th Apr '17 7:02:57 PM ExSlacker
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The very first Nightmare Link faces, presumably from which its lair, the Tail Cave, is named after.

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The '''Instrument''': Full Moon Cello
Moldorm is the
very first Nightmare Link faces, presumably from which faces. Presumably, its lair, the Tail Cave, is named after.
after Moldorm itself.
* PlatformBattle: Much like ''A Link to the Past'', the real chore in fighting Moldorm is to avoid falling into the pits on either side of the arena.



Clown-like master of the Bottle Grotto.

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'''Instrument''': Conch Horn
Clown-like master of the Bottle Grotto.
Grotto.
* PlayingWithFire: Genie's main form of attack is to juggle fireballs then throwing them at Link.
* ShedArmorGainSpeed: Genie is a lot more mobile when its bottle is destroyed, however, the bottle ''is'' its only means of protection, so...




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'''Instrument''': Sea Lily's Bell
* RammingAlwaysWorks: Rushing into a wall with the Pegasus Boots causes Slime Eye to fall from the ceiling.
* ZergRush: Until Link can figure out how to have Slime Eye reveal itself, the Nightmare will send endless waves of Zol his way.




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'''Instrument''': Surf Harp
A giant angler fish that slumbers deep underneath Angler's Tunnel.
* AttackItsWeakPoint: Its glowing esca (a.k.a. the "lure").
* EnemySummoner: Smaller angler enemies swim across the screen to impede Link.
* UnderwaterBossBattle




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'''Instrument''': Wind Marimba
* BewareMyStingerTail: It's a giant flail that swings in a circle around the arena.
* GetBackHereBoss: Slime Eel spends most of its time hidden behind the walls. Link can only attack him by using the Hookshot to pull Slime Eel out of his hiding spot until its heart is exposed.




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'''Instrument''': Coral Triangle




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'''Instrument''': Organ of Evening Calm
The pet of the Grim Creeper, roosting on top of Eagle's Tower.
* BlowYouAway: Evil Eagle will flap its wings to push Link off the platform, while also firing its [[FeatherFlechettes feathers]]. The Mirror Shield can block both the wind as well as the projectiles.
* GetBackHereBoss: Evil Eagle spends most of its time offscreen as well as out of reach for most of Link's weapons.
* HighAltitudeBattle: Again, it's fought on the very top of the tower.
* PlatformBattle:




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'''Instrument''': Thunder Drum
30th Apr '17 6:13:50 PM ExSlacker
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[[folder:The Nightmare]]
!!The Nightmare

[[quoteright:224:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/DethI.gif]]

A shape-shifting SequentialBoss that has affected the dreams of the Wind Fish. In its battle with Link, it takes the forms of enemies Link has fought before.
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* BigBad: Throughout the whole game, it's unclear who exactly the BigBad is, but once Nightmare is introduced, it's pretty clear.
* BossRush: It's a sequential boss whose forms are several bosses from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]''.
* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: As something of a ShoutOut, Vaati's OneWingedAngel form in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap The Minish Cap]]'' looks exactly like [=DethI=]. [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Bongo Bongo]] also bears a resemblance to [=DethI=].
%%* EmpathicShapeshifter
* FacelessEye: Its true form is a floating eye with arms that have spikes.
* FinalBoss: This Nightmare and its forms is the last enemy blocking Link from waking the Wind Fish in ''Link's Awakening''; its destruction allows Link to escape the island, but at the cost of its disappearance.
* HijackedByGanon: Inverted. Ganon appears during the final boss fight, but it's only a form taken by the Nightmare based on Link's memories.
* GoForTheEye: Once the Nightmare goes through all the classic Zelda bosses in this fight, it shows its original true form as a giant eyeball with two spike arms. It only takes one great shot into the eye to finish it off.
* NeverSayDie: [=DethI=] was originally called "Death Eye." On the other hand, the phonics of its new name preserves the general impact and can be considered a PunnyName.
* OneWingedAngel: [=DethI=]
* SavingTheWorld: [[spoiler:In an unusual inversion, the bad guy is trying to save the world and the hero is trying to destroy it, but the Nightmares aren't saving the world for benevolent reasons.]]
* SequentialBoss: When the Nightmare is confronted at the end of the game, Link has to muscle his way though forms of previous Arch Enemies of his; the final form is an original monster and has the MiniBoss theme over it.
* ShipperOnDeck: The monsters do nothing to intervene when Link is spending time with Marin. It could be speculated that they hope if Link falls in love with Marin, and starts to enjoy the wonderland that is Koholint, [[LotusEaterMachine he'll abandon his quest to go home]].
* TennisBoss: One of the forms it takes is Agahnim. You fight it the usual way.

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[[folder:The Nightmare]]
!!The Nightmare

[[quoteright:224:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/DethI.gif]]

A shape-shifting SequentialBoss that has affected the dreams of the Wind Fish. In its battle with Link, it takes the forms of enemies Link has fought before.
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* BigBad: Throughout the whole game, it's unclear who exactly the BigBad is, but once Nightmare is introduced, it's pretty clear.
* BossRush: It's a sequential boss whose forms are several bosses from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link to the Past]]''.
* ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: As something of a ShoutOut, Vaati's OneWingedAngel form in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap The Minish Cap]]'' looks exactly like [=DethI=]. [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Bongo Bongo]] also bears a resemblance to [=DethI=].
%%* EmpathicShapeshifter
* FacelessEye: Its true form is a floating eye with arms that have spikes.
* FinalBoss: This Nightmare and its forms is the last enemy blocking Link from waking the Wind Fish in ''Link's Awakening''; its destruction allows Link to escape the island, but at the cost of its disappearance.
* HijackedByGanon: Inverted. Ganon appears during the final boss fight, but it's only a form taken by the Nightmare based on Link's memories.
* GoForTheEye: Once the Nightmare goes through all the classic Zelda bosses in this fight, it shows its original true form as a giant eyeball with two spike arms. It only takes one great shot into the eye to finish it off.
* NeverSayDie: [=DethI=] was originally called "Death Eye." On the other hand, the phonics of its new name preserves the general impact and can be considered a PunnyName.
* OneWingedAngel: [=DethI=]
* SavingTheWorld: [[spoiler:In an unusual inversion, the bad guy is trying to save the world and the hero is trying to destroy it, but the Nightmares aren't saving the world for benevolent reasons.]]
* SequentialBoss: When the Nightmare is confronted at the end of the game, Link has to muscle his way though forms of previous Arch Enemies of his; the final form is an original monster and has the MiniBoss theme over it.
* ShipperOnDeck: The monsters do nothing to intervene when Link is spending time with Marin. It could be speculated that they hope if Link falls in love with Marin, and starts to enjoy the wonderland that is Koholint, [[LotusEaterMachine he'll abandon his quest to go home]].
* TennisBoss: One of the forms it takes is Agahnim. You fight it the usual way.
[[folder:Mini-Bosses]]



!Other Characters

[[folder:Crazy Tracy]]
!!Crazy Tracy

An over-excited shopkeeper in Koholint Prairie.
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* AscendedExtra: A shopkeeper in this game, a main character in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow''.
* InformedAttribute: Doesn't really seem all that "crazy".

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!Other Characters

[[folder:Crazy Tracy]]
!!Crazy Tracy

An over-excited shopkeeper in Koholint Prairie.
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* AscendedExtra: A shopkeeper in this game, a main character in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow''.
* InformedAttribute: Doesn't really seem all that "crazy".
[[folder:Dungeon Bosses]]
!!Moldorm
The very first Nightmare Link faces, presumably from which its lair, the Tail Cave, is named after.

!!Genie
Clown-like master of the Bottle Grotto.

!!Slime Eye

!!Angler Fish

!!Slime Eel

!!Façade

!!Evil Eagle

!!Hothead



[[folder:Richard]]
!!Richard

An exiled swordsman from Kanalet Castle.

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[[folder:Richard]]
!!Richard

An exiled swordsman from Kanalet Castle.
[[folder:The Nightmare]]
!!The Nightmare

[[quoteright:224:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/DethI.gif]]

A shape-shifting SequentialBoss that has affected the dreams of the Wind Fish. In its battle with Link, it takes the forms of enemies Link has fought before.



* TheCameo: He's TheRival from ''VideoGame/ForTheFrogTheBellTolls''.
* ItsUpToYou: Made Link infiltrate the castle rather than do it himself.
* PermanentlyMissableContent: Don't press the drawbridge switch before you get his picture.
* RiddleForTheAges: Why did he want those Golden Leaves so badly?

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* TheCameo: He's TheRival BigBad: Throughout the whole game, it's unclear who exactly the BigBad is, but once Nightmare is introduced, it's pretty clear.
* BossRush: It's a sequential boss whose forms are several bosses
from ''VideoGame/ForTheFrogTheBellTolls''.
* ItsUpToYou: Made
''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaALinkToThePast A Link infiltrate to the castle rather than do it himself.
Past]]''.
* PermanentlyMissableContent: Don't press ButYouWereThereAndYouAndYou: As something of a ShoutOut, Vaati's OneWingedAngel form in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheMinishCap The Minish Cap]]'' looks exactly like [=DethI=]. [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime Bongo Bongo]] also bears a resemblance to [=DethI=].
%%* EmpathicShapeshifter
* FacelessEye: Its true form is a floating eye with arms that have spikes.
* FinalBoss: This Nightmare and its forms is
the drawbridge switch before you get last enemy blocking Link from waking the Wind Fish in ''Link's Awakening''; its destruction allows Link to escape the island, but at the cost of its disappearance.
* HijackedByGanon: Inverted. Ganon appears during the final boss fight, but it's only a form taken by the Nightmare based on Link's memories.
* GoForTheEye: Once the Nightmare goes through all the classic Zelda bosses in this fight, it shows its original true form as a giant eyeball with two spike arms. It only takes one great shot into the eye to finish it off.
* NeverSayDie: [=DethI=] was originally called "Death Eye." On the other hand, the phonics of its new name preserves the general impact and can be considered a PunnyName.
* OneWingedAngel: [=DethI=]
* SavingTheWorld: [[spoiler:In an unusual inversion, the bad guy is trying to save the world and the hero is trying to destroy it, but the Nightmares aren't saving the world for benevolent reasons.]]
* SequentialBoss: When the Nightmare is confronted at the end of the game, Link has to muscle
his picture.
way though forms of previous Arch Enemies of his; the final form is an original monster and has the MiniBoss theme over it.
* RiddleForTheAges: Why did he want those Golden Leaves so badly?
ShipperOnDeck: The monsters do nothing to intervene when Link is spending time with Marin. It could be speculated that they hope if Link falls in love with Marin, and starts to enjoy the wonderland that is Koholint, [[LotusEaterMachine he'll abandon his quest to go home]].
* TennisBoss: One of the forms it takes is Agahnim. You fight it the usual way.



[[folder:Madame [=MeowMeow=]]]
!!Madame [=MeowMeow=]

A villager who collects Chain-Chomps.

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[[folder:Madame [=MeowMeow=]]]
!!Madame [=MeowMeow=]

A villager who collects Chain-Chomps.
!Other Characters

[[folder:Crazy Tracy]]
!!Crazy Tracy

An over-excited shopkeeper in Koholint Prairie.



* {{Expy}}: Mamamu Yan is one of her, but in-universe it's the likely other way around.
* FluffyTamer: Owns three Bow-Wows (Chain Chomps).
%%* {{Gonk}}
* SmoochOfVictory: Which restores your health (L-lucky!).

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* {{Expy}}: Mamamu Yan is one of her, but in-universe it's the likely other way around.
AscendedExtra: A shopkeeper in this game, a main character in ''VideoGame/CaptainRainbow''.
* FluffyTamer: Owns three Bow-Wows (Chain Chomps).
%%* {{Gonk}}
* SmoochOfVictory: Which restores your health (L-lucky!).
InformedAttribute: Doesn't really seem all that "crazy".



[[folder:Quadruplet Family]]
!!Quadruplet Family

Four kids who live in Mabe Village.

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[[folder:Quadruplet Family]]
!!Quadruplet Family

Four kids who live in Mabe Village.
[[folder:Richard]]
!!Richard

An exiled swordsman from Kanalet Castle.



* ButThouMust: If you don't have the pineapple upon finding Papahl, your only options when he asks for help are "can't" and "nope".
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Can't comprehend the idea of places outside the island, and can't recall the island's history because [[spoiler:it's imaginary]].
* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: Will explain that select brings up the map, and A+B+Start+Select allows you to save. They don't exactly know what it means because they're "just kids".
* OffModel: When Marin is at the beach, a quadruplet will be there in her place. However, all of the other quadruplets around Mabe Village are still at their respective places, resulting in there being ''five'' quadruplets.

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* ButThouMust: If TheCameo: He's TheRival from ''VideoGame/ForTheFrogTheBellTolls''.
* ItsUpToYou: Made Link infiltrate the castle rather than do it himself.
* PermanentlyMissableContent: Don't press the drawbridge switch before
you don't have the pineapple upon finding Papahl, your only options when get his picture.
* RiddleForTheAges: Why did
he asks for help are "can't" and "nope".
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Can't comprehend the idea of places outside the island, and can't recall the island's history because [[spoiler:it's imaginary]].
* HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: Will explain that select brings up the map, and A+B+Start+Select allows you to save. They don't exactly know what it means because they're "just kids".
* OffModel: When Marin is at the beach, a quadruplet will be there in her place. However, all of the other quadruplets around Mabe Village are still at their respective places, resulting in there being ''five'' quadruplets.
want those Golden Leaves so badly?



[[folder:Old Man Ulrira]]
!!Old Man Ulrira

A man who lives in Mabe Village, and will give Link hints.

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[[folder:Old Man Ulrira]]
!!Old Man Ulrira

[[folder:Madame [=MeowMeow=]]]
!!Madame [=MeowMeow=]

A man villager who lives in Mabe Village, and will give Link hints.collects Chain-Chomps.



* CaptainObvious: "In the southeast of the island, you will find something called the Angler Key. [[LampshadeHanging Hmmm… How much more obvious do I have to be?]] Bye!”
* HintSystem: When called on the phone, he will give Link advice on how to advance his quest.
* NoIndoorVoice: In sharp contrast to her shy and quiet husband, Mrs. Ulrira greets link with "YAHOO!"
* SeriousBusiness: His wife wishes to sweep the whole island. Halfway through the game she's swept all the way to Animal Village.
* SituationalSociability: Ulrira is your source of advice on where to go next when you get stuck. You can call him from any phone and get his help. If you find him and speak to him in person, he'll barely speak to you. The best you can get out of him is a request to call him on the phone.
* TheWalrusWasPaul: Just who is this "Bucket Mouse"? Evidently, it's a mangling of a Japanese fishing shop called "Bucketmouth", but it's still pretty random.

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* CaptainObvious: "In the southeast {{Expy}}: Mamamu Yan is one of the island, you will find something called the Angler Key. [[LampshadeHanging Hmmm… How much more obvious do I have to be?]] Bye!”
* HintSystem: When called on the phone, he will give Link advice on how to advance his quest.
* NoIndoorVoice: In sharp contrast to her shy and quiet husband, Mrs. Ulrira greets link with "YAHOO!"
* SeriousBusiness: His wife wishes to sweep the whole island. Halfway through the game she's swept all the way to Animal Village.
* SituationalSociability: Ulrira is your source of advice on where to go next when you get stuck. You can call him from any phone and get his help. If you find him and speak to him in person, he'll barely speak to you. The best you can get out of him is a request to call him on the phone.
* TheWalrusWasPaul: Just who is this "Bucket Mouse"? Evidently,
her, but in-universe it's a mangling of a Japanese fishing shop called "Bucketmouth", but it's still pretty random.the likely other way around.
* FluffyTamer: Owns three Bow-Wows (Chain Chomps).
%%* {{Gonk}}
* SmoochOfVictory: Which restores your health (L-lucky!).



[[folder:Nakura]]
!!Nakura

A ghost who haunts Link after Angler's Tunnel.

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[[folder:Nakura]]
!!Nakura

A ghost
[[folder:Quadruplet Family]]
!!Quadruplet Family

Four kids
who haunts Link after Angler's Tunnel.live in Mabe Village.



%%* BedsheetGhost
* AdaptationalBadass: He was a warrior in the manga when he was alive.
* CompositeCharacter: Is the one who gives Link the L-2 sword in the manga, making him one with the Spirit of the Seashell Mansion.
* DeathByAdaptation: While he was already technically "dead", in the manga he passes on completely, whereas the game had him stay at his grave permanently, apparently accepting it as his new home.
* TheLoad: Is too scared to enter any dungeons, and unlike Marin too scared to just wait outside alone, so Link must get rid of him to progress.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: Was simply called "That Ghost" in the games.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: At any time he's at his grave (as in, not following you), you can bother him by sprinkling magic powder on it. He threatens to put a curse on you, [[InformedAbility but never does]].

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%%* BedsheetGhost
* AdaptationalBadass: He was a warrior in ButThouMust: If you don't have the manga pineapple upon finding Papahl, your only options when he was alive.
asks for help are "can't" and "nope".
* CompositeCharacter: Is {{Foreshadowing}}: Can't comprehend the one who gives Link the L-2 sword in the manga, making him one with the Spirit idea of the Seashell Mansion.
* DeathByAdaptation: While he was already technically "dead", in the manga he passes on completely, whereas the game had him stay at his grave permanently, apparently accepting it as his new home.
* TheLoad: Is too scared to enter any dungeons, and unlike Marin too scared to just wait
places outside alone, so Link must get rid of him to progress.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: Was simply called "That Ghost" in
the games.
island, and can't recall the island's history because [[spoiler:it's imaginary]].
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: At any time he's at his grave (as in, not following you), HeKnowsAboutTimedHits: Will explain that select brings up the map, and A+B+Start+Select allows you can bother him by sprinkling magic powder on it. He threatens to put save. They don't exactly know what it means because they're "just kids".
* OffModel: When Marin is at the beach,
a curse on you, [[InformedAbility but never does]].
quadruplet will be there in her place. However, all of the other quadruplets around Mabe Village are still at their respective places, resulting in there being ''five'' quadruplets.



[[folder:The Photographer]]
!!The Photographer

A mouse who owns a camera shop.

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[[folder:The Photographer]]
!!The Photographer

[[folder:Old Man Ulrira]]
!!Old Man Ulrira

A mouse man who owns a camera shop.lives in Mabe Village, and will give Link hints.



* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: A big purple mouse.
* ButThouMust: Refusing to let him take your picture results in him knocking you out and ''then'' taking the picture.
* WhatTheHellHero: Captures the exact moment of you stealing from the Town Tool Shop.

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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: A big purple mouse.
* ButThouMust: Refusing
CaptainObvious: "In the southeast of the island, you will find something called the Angler Key. [[LampshadeHanging Hmmm… How much more obvious do I have to let him take be?]] Bye!”
* HintSystem: When called on the phone, he will give Link advice on how to advance his quest.
* NoIndoorVoice: In sharp contrast to her shy and quiet husband, Mrs. Ulrira greets link with "YAHOO!"
* SeriousBusiness: His wife wishes to sweep the whole island. Halfway through the game she's swept all the way to Animal Village.
* SituationalSociability: Ulrira is
your picture results in source of advice on where to go next when you get stuck. You can call him knocking you out and ''then'' taking the picture.
* WhatTheHellHero: Captures the exact moment of you stealing
from any phone and get his help. If you find him and speak to him in person, he'll barely speak to you. The best you can get out of him is a request to call him on the Town Tool Shop.
phone.
* TheWalrusWasPaul: Just who is this "Bucket Mouse"? Evidently, it's a mangling of a Japanese fishing shop called "Bucketmouth", but it's still pretty random.



!Manga Characters

[[folder: Karuna]]

A Moblin-like warrior and the self-proclaimed master of Ukuku Prairie that challenges Link.

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!Manga Characters

[[folder: Karuna]]

[[folder:Nakura]]
!!Nakura

A Moblin-like warrior and the self-proclaimed master of Ukuku Prairie that challenges Link.ghost who haunts Link after Angler's Tunnel.



* {{BFS}}: He has one, and it also serves as a deconstruction; he proves himself unable to draw the sword faster than Link can lunge at him.
* BullyingADragon: The only reason Karuna survived his first encounter with Link was because the hero's sword was broken. When Link returned with the sword of Nakura the ghost, he killed Karuna with a single blow.
* EyepatchOfPower: Over his left eye.
* KingMook: Is apparently one to the Moblins.
* SingleStrokeBattle: Partakes in one with Link when they last meet, and he loses.

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%%* BedsheetGhost
* {{BFS}}: AdaptationalBadass: He has one, and it also serves as was a deconstruction; he proves himself unable to draw warrior in the manga when he was alive.
* CompositeCharacter: Is the one who gives Link the L-2
sword faster than Link can lunge at him.
* BullyingADragon: The only reason Karuna survived his first encounter with Link was because
in the hero's sword was broken. When Link returned manga, making him one with the sword Spirit of Nakura the ghost, Seashell Mansion.
* DeathByAdaptation: While
he killed Karuna with a single blow.
* EyepatchOfPower: Over
was already technically "dead", in the manga he passes on completely, whereas the game had him stay at his left eye.
* KingMook: Is
grave permanently, apparently one accepting it as his new home.
* TheLoad: Is too scared
to the Moblins.
* SingleStrokeBattle: Partakes in one with
enter any dungeons, and unlike Marin too scared to just wait outside alone, so Link when they last meet, and he loses.
must get rid of him to progress.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: Was simply called "That Ghost" in the games.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: At any time he's at his grave (as in, not following you), you can bother him by sprinkling magic powder on it. He threatens to put a curse on you, [[InformedAbility but never does]].










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\n\n\n\n\n\n[[folder:The Photographer]]
!!The Photographer

A mouse who owns a camera shop.
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: A big purple mouse.
* ButThouMust: Refusing to let him take your picture results in him knocking you out and ''then'' taking the picture.
* WhatTheHellHero: Captures the exact moment of you stealing from the Town Tool Shop.

[[/folder]]

!Manga Characters

[[folder: Karuna]]

A Moblin-like warrior and the self-proclaimed master of Ukuku Prairie that challenges Link.
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* {{BFS}}: He has one, and it also serves as a deconstruction; he proves himself unable to draw the sword faster than Link can lunge at him.
* BullyingADragon: The only reason Karuna survived his first encounter with Link was because the hero's sword was broken. When Link returned with the sword of Nakura the ghost, he killed Karuna with a single blow.
* EyepatchOfPower: Over his left eye.
* KingMook: Is apparently one to the Moblins.
* SingleStrokeBattle: Partakes in one with Link when they last meet, and he loses.

[[/folder]]







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