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Anju cares for cuccos despite being allergic. They often escape, and she relies on Link to get them back. In Majora's Mask, she works at the inn and is engaged to her childhood sweetheart Kafei.
Ankle is one of the brothers of Tingle and Knuckle.
An eccentric salesman who travels the world in a number of Legend of Zelda games. He sells many things including arrows, bombs, and bait.
A Minish who lives in a mushroom just outside Minish Village. He gives you bombs and remote bombs.
The third boss that Link fights in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, which appears in the Temple of Droplets.
Biggoron is an unusually massive Goron who occasionally helps Link out.
Brocco is Hyrule's vegetable vendor. He sells only vegetables and despises fruit because of the health benefits of the vegetables.
Dampé is the grave-keeper that appears in a few games of the Legend of Zelda series.
Sculpter of Hyrule, Embodiment of fire, and Goddess of Power, Din is a creator of Hyrule and an active character in many Zelda games.
A renowned Minish sage that got transformed into a cap-like creature by his treacherous apprentice, Vaati.
Farore, the Goddess of Courage, is the creator of all Hylian life, and one with the Triforce of Courage.
These microscopic creatures are one of many other types of Minish in Hyrule. These type prefer to live in the Minish Village in the Minish Woods.
The first boss that you fight in Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
The second boss that Link fights in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap in the Cave of Fire.
Great Fairies in hidden caves in the Legend of Zelda series. They can give Link magic spells or special powers, increase his magic meter, upgrade weapons, or can simply be used to completely replenish his health.
King Daltus is the sovereign of Hyrule in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
Knuckle is a younger twin brother of Tingle and also a twin of Ankle. Knuckle is the creator of the Tingle Statues.
Lakitu has appeared in a variety of Mario games; from Super Mario Bros on the NES right up to Mario Kart 7. He is responsible for dropping Spinies onto the levels below, holding up signs and his very own start signal from all nine Mario Kart games.
Link is the iconic protagonist of The Legend of Zelda franchise.
Lives at Lon Lon Ranch and introduces Link to Epona in Ocarina Of Time.
The Boss of the Fortress of Wind, in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap.
Mutoh is the head carpenter of the five carpenters. He was entrusted by the King of Hyrule to fix up the town when needed.
Considered both the Goddess of Wisdom and the Oracle of Ages, Nayru plays an important and reoccurring role in the Zelda series.
He is a poetic man who loves putting stuff that happens to verse. His house gets broken into by a strange-lady, he doesn't have the guts to confront her so link must help him out.
Smith is Links Guardian. He makes weapons for a living.
Spookter is a young ghost who tries to scare people next to Anju's house. Really, he is a nice ghost but just loves pranks.
Stockwell is a shopkeeper who has appeared in several games in The Legend of Zelda series.
Syrup is a potion-making witch in the Legend of Zelda series.
Talon is the owner of Lon Lon Ranch. He is also the father of Malon.
The Hurdy-Gurdy Man is a street performer that plays some sort of crank-operated instrument - possibly a modified hurdy-gurdy.
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