A kokiri who doesn't like you too much at the start of the game. The big Mido defends Saria and the Mojo tree because at the bottom, he's a good guy.
You meet it when you finish the forest temple. Later, he will be as tall and wise as the Mojo tree, but for now, he has a pronunciation defect.
This funny guy runs on the plain. Small, you will sell him the rabbit mask with which he will go super fast. Big, he is in the tent of the Gerudo valley and offers you to race against him until the Kokiri forest.
This funny guy buys Spirits from adult Link and ends up giving him a bottle.
Note that the secondary characters mentioned here inhabit Cocorico when Link becomes an adult.
This lady is looking for her missing dog (Richard). It will give you a piece of heart .
The mask fair dealer lends you masks for you to sell.
This fairy will give you the Din's Fire in the castle courtyard cave. It also teaches you the Farore's wind at the zora and theNayru's Love in the desert.
Ingo works for Talon when you are little. Once Ganondorf is in power, he will be the ranch chief. He will lose the ball when you steal Epona from him.
Talon is the boss of Ranch-Lon-Lon when you are little. He spends his days resting. When Ingo appropriates the ranch, he will go to sleep in Cocorico.
Malon is Talon's daughter, she will teach you the Epona's song.
He will give you a quarter of a heart when you have played the song of Saria. He will also buy you your death mask.
She will ask you to bring her casseroles and thank you by giving you a bottle.
This strange character plays the music box in the mill. He will teach you the song of storms and will be angry when you make it rain in his mill while playing it.
He laments at the foot of the tree at the entrance of the village when Link is tall. You will also meet it in the lost woods where it will give you a mushroom.
He keeps the entrance to Chemin du Péril, he will ask you to find him a fashionable mask for his son.
Igor is the gravedigger in the cemetery. Living or dead, you will meet him often.
This little boy is a fan of Dampe. He will buy you the mask of dread to look like him. It will prevent you from drawing the graves.
The best blacksmith in the world will make the Biggoron sword for you.
Its job is to shade the cauliflowers which will be used to free the entrance to the Dodongo cave.
She teaches you the spin attack at the top of the Chemin du Péril.
It doubles your magic capacity.
This little Goron is Darunia's son and bears your name.
This fat guy who eats all the time sells magic beans to Link. It has only 10 but it will be enough to plant everywhere. Please note, prices are increasing quickly.
Pierre can retain super long melodies which is totally useless. However, he can come and help you when you play the song of the scarecrow that you taught his twin.
Unlike Pierre, Bonooru can only retain a small musical score. That said, this music will allow you to call his brother Pierre to the rescue.
This scientist will give you a piece of heart when you touch the bottom of the water in his lab. It will also turn a fishy toad into a super drop.
The owner of the fishing game will earn you lots of tricks including the golden scale. He will have lost his hair when you grow up.
The great Jabu-Jabu is the protective god of the Zoras. Little Link will have to enter his body to rescue Princess Ruto.
He is, as his name suggests, the king of the Zoras, he is very large and keeps access to the Zora fountain where Jabu-Jabu is located.
This zora organizes the diving game in which Link will win the silver scale .
When Link is little, he builds a house in the cocorico village. Great, it rebuilds you the bridge of the Gerudo valley when you saved his workers. He will also give you a broken sword in exchange for the hunter's saw.
The exalted Nabooru entrusted him with the guard of the fortress. Impressed by your strength and speed, it gives you the Gerudo membership card .
It will allow you to cross the desert. Follow him and don't lose sight of him.
It will make you twice as resistant.
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