Characters
Below you can find quick information on all of the characters in the game.

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Anju



Anju's Grandmother



Anju's Mother



Aveil



Banker



Bean Salesman



Beaver Brothers



Biggoron



Bomb Shop Owner



Bombers



Captain Viscen



Cremia



Dampé



Darmani



Deku Butler



Deku King



Deku Princess



Don Gero



Epona



Evan



Flat



Gabora



Gorman



Gorman Bros.



Goron Elder



Goron Elder's Son



Grog



Guru Guru



Igos du Ikana



Indigo-Go's



Japas



Kaepora Gaebora



Kafei



Kamaro



Keaton



Kotake



Koume



Link



Link (Goron)



Lulu



Madam Aroma



Majora



Mamamu Yan



Man from Curiosity Shop



Marine Research Guy



Mask Salesman



Mayor Dotour



Mikau



Mr. Barten



Mutoh



Old Lady from Bomb Shop



Oni Link



Pamela



Pamela's Father



Part Time Worker



Poe Collector



Postman



Professor Shikashi



Romani



Sakon the Thief



Sea Turtle



Scarecrow



Sharp



Shiro



Skulltula House Dudes



Skull Keeta



Skull Kid



Swamp Tourist Center Owner



Sword Master



Tael



Tatl



Tijo



Tingle



Toto



Trading Post Owner



Treasure Chest Shop Lady



Twin Jugglers



Zubora



???

 

 

Character List

 
Anju
 - "Stock Pot Inn's Innkeeper, a courteous woman".

 - This young woman owns and runs the Stock Pot Inn in East Clock Town. She and her fiancé are to be married on the day of the upcoming Carnival, but he has recently gone missing.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Anju's Grandmother
 - "Storyteller and grandmother at Inn."

 - This old woman is slowly losing her memory and believes she is in the past. Through speaking with her, you'll learn that she used to be a teacher to mayor Dotour, as well as the fact that she hates her daughter's cooking.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Anju's Mother
 - This fat lady that sometimes works behind the counter at the Stock Pot Inn is actually Anju's mother, but not her grandmother's daughter. She doesn't approve of Kafei and she always seems kind of angry to me. I don't like her.

 - Anyway, you can find her at the Stock Pot Inn on the Final Day, and if you don't get Anju's letter, she'll be there during the Second Day as well.  
 
Aveil
 - Although you only see her once, I figure she's worth mentioning. Aveil is the leader of the Gerudo pirates, who wants to find all of Lulu's eggs and use them to enter the Great Bay Temple.  
 
Banker
 - I don't know what his name is. This guy pounds the desk thing he's sitting on and uses special ink to remember you and your account that happens to transcend time I guess. Pretty spiffy really.  
 
Bean Salesman
 - This fat, half naked guy lives in a hole in the Deku Palace gardens and spends his free time eating that which he sells. You can purchase his Magic Beans for 10 Rupees each.  
 
Beaver Brothers
 - These two beavers swim around in the Waterfall Rapids at the source of the river. They tend to challenge you to races multiple times and they think Bottles are sacred. Scary.  
 
Biggoron
 - This massive Goron can be found on Snowhead, blowing away to keep intruders from getting past. Because of the fact that he doesn't remember what happened, I think it's the Skull Kid's doing.  
 
Bomb Shop Owner
 - I don't know what the name of this bald guy is, but he's the owner of the Bomb Shop. At 12:00 AM on the First Night, his old mother will come bringing Bomb Bags and will get attacked by Sakon in North Clock Town. If you stop him, you can then purchase the Bomb Bags later.  
 
Bombers
 - "Secret Society of Justice Helping people 24 hours a day."

 - These six kids have a "do-good" gang. There are four regular ones wandering around town advertising, one in a yellow cap guarding the entrance to their hideout in East Clock Town, and their leader with the red cap, Jim, in North Clock Town.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Captain Viscen
 - The captain of the town guards. He can be found on all days in the Mayor's Office, trying to convince them to evacuate the town due to the Moon.  
 
Cremia
 - "Manager of Romani Ranch. Milk is her specialty."

 - This young woman owns Romani Ranch, taking care of the animals and delivers milk to Clock Town. Recently, a large boulder has blocked the path from Milk Road so they can't even do that.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Dampé
 - This guy's the grave keeper (a different one than that in Ocarina of Time). Even though he lives in a graveyard, he's scared to death of ghosts and undead (why does he build his house next to Skull Keeta then?). Talk to him while wearing a scary mask and he'll run for his life.  
 
Darmani
 - This guy is the great Goron hero as well as the fastest among them in the Goron Races. A little while ago he went to check out the Snowhead Temple to see what the cause of the freezing temperatures was. Unfortunately, he was blown into the ravine along the way due to the intense winds. He's a spirit now and can only watch as everyone in his village freeze to death. He is stuck because of his guilt and wants his soul to be healed.  
 
Deku Butler
 - I don't see what purpose he serves, but this guy reminds me of Alfred off of the Batman cartoons. He bows a lot and has a funny looking grass mustache. He will race you in the Deku Shrine. Also, his son has gone missing recently...  
 
Deku King
 - This fat wooden man is very quick to judge it seems and he is more than willing to follow through with his plans to punish a poor little monkey on her behalf.  
 
Deku Princess
 - The daughter of the Deku King, this chick is my hero. Somehow, she got kidnapped by those in the Woodfall Temple when she and her monkey friend went to see the source of the poison. Amazingly, she can fit inside Bottles...  
 
Don Gero
 - Every year, the frog choir gathers in the Mountain Village to sing their song at the instruction of the one who wears the Don Gero mask. The current owner is freezing atop a cliff in Mountain Village. Bring him some Goron food and he'll give you the mask in return, allowing you to speak with frogs.  
 
Epona
 - Link's trusty steed from the intro. She makes a triumphant reappearance in this game. Her role is slightly less in a way, seeing as she's only really good for jumping over fences.
 
 
Evan
 - The arrogant leader of the Zoran band, the Indigo-Go's. This piano player demands that he comes up with all their songs, and is currently very worried about Lulu's voice (rather than her?).  
 
Flat
 - One of the Royal Composer Brothers of Ikana. Long ago, after the death of the Royal Family, Sharp desired to bring them back from the dead. Because of Flat's disapproval, Sharp betrayed him and cast a curse upon him. You can find Flat in the Ikana Graveyard on the Third Night after opening the graves each night using the Captain's Hat.  
 
Gabora
 - This large guy with metal over parts of his body isn't very smart and says nothing the whole game other than "Arrrgghhh!!!" He works for the Smithy who has him do all the work. This guy's like a big teddy bear in my opinion, if a bit scary.  
 
Gorman
 - "Leader of a traveling troupe. Has fine clothes, but a frightful face."

 - Related to the Gorman Brothers on Milk Road, he moved away from the ranch life to enter the show business. Because of his scary looking face, he merely manages an entertainment group rather than be a part of it. Due to the moon falling and the Indigo-Go's canceling for their performance, his own troupe won't be able to perform either. Poor Gorman.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Gorman Bros.
 - "Horse Trainers. Suspicious."

 - These stingy twins own the Gorman Racetrack on Milk Road. They'll do anything to get ahead of Romani Ranch just down the way, including stealing. They certainly deserve the "smack down".

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Goron Elder
 - The oldest Goron of them all who is also their leader. This hunchbacked dude went to check out Snowhead when Darmani didn't come back. Unfortunately, he froze along the way. You can find him on the road to Goron Village, right before the entrance in one of the snowballs.  
 
Goron Elder's Son
 - The baby Goron in the Goron Shrine. He's a big fan of Darmani because of the races. He misses his father, who is now frozen out in the snow somewhere, so he's crying his guts out so hard that the fires are put out in the place. You have to find his father to make him stop crying.  
 
Grog
 - "Cucco Shack's breeder. His crest is frightful."

 - This poor guy has accepted the fact that the moon will probably kill them all. His only regret is that he won't get to see his Cuccos "to their prime."

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Guru Guru
 - "Musician in the Gorman's Traveling Troupe."

 - This guy plays his music box constantly (does he even have any talent?) and has an interesting past he's willing to share if you catch him at the right moment...

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Igos du Ikana
 - The king of all Ikana as well as a master swordsman. Due to the evil flowing from the Stone Tower Temple, his people have become crazed and he knows they are not strong enough to stop it. Defeat him in battle, alike the Skull Keeta earlier, to receive his mystical song of shadow.  
 
Indigo-Go's
 - This Zoran band is pretty hip. They consist of five fishy musicians, led by the grumpy, selfish one of the bunch. Their main attraction is the female vocal by the name of Lulu. Unfortunatley, they're canceling their recent "gig" in Clock Town for the Carnival of Time because she's lost her voice due
to the evil in the temple.
 
 
Japas
 - The skinny bass player of the Zoran band, the Indigo-Go's. You can find him in Zora hall, more than willing to jam. He wrote a song with Mikau, but he's worried that Evan won't accept it.  
 
Kaepora Gaebora
 - The owl from Ocarina of Time is back. He teaches you the Song of Soaring in this game.  
 
Kafei
 - "Strange youth seen near Laundry Pool."

 - This guy has had some serious misfortune. Can you help him retrieve his precious item and restore him to his normal form?.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Kamaro
 - "Ghost of a charismatic dancer. Enjoys moonlight."

 - This guy can only be found in north Termina Field between 12:00 AM and 6:00 AM, dancing atop some of the stone mushrooms in the snowy area. Although he has died, he can't go onto the next life until he has shared his wonderful dance with the world. Kind of strange.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Keaton
 - This fellow has a very minor role in the game. There's a mask you can wear that will make him appear when you slash certain bushes. He's very keen, or so he says and his only goal is to test your wits.

 - To learn more about him and the inquires he makes, see the Keaton Questions section.
 
 
Kotake
 - This girl is the witch who owns the Magic Hag's Shop (the teapot place in Southern Swamp).

 - Koume is her sister, and although they have the same names and models as those in Ocarina of Time, they are different.
 
 
Koume
 - This old lady is the witch who runs the Swamp Cruise. Unfortunately, she was smacked up by the Skull Kid while she was searching for Magic Mushrooms in the Mysterious Forest.

 - Kotake is her sister, and although they have the same names and models as those in Ocarina of Time, they are different.
 
 
Link
 - There are two Links in this game. The first is our hero, the character you play. He's a Hylian that grew up with a small race of children called Kokiri and saved the world by awakening a bunch of Sages to take their place and claim the power of the elements. Together, with the help of Zelda, the Princess of Destiny, they sealed Ganondorf, the King of Evil and your arch rival.
 
 
Link (Goron)
 - The other Link is a Goron with the same name. He is NOT, however, the same Goron in Ocarina of Time who is also named Link (after you, due to your heroic efforts). The reason for this is because that Goron isn't even born yet.

 - This guy is just a tourist who has a reservation at the Stock Pot Inn which you can steal if you talk to Anju before he arrives. She'll be confused because he has the terrible habbit of adding "-goro" to the end of all his sentences.
 
 
Lulu
 - A talented young Zora singer who is a member of the Zoran band called the Indigo-Go's. She has laid some eggs and kept them in her room, but they were stolen by the pirates and now she has lost her voice.
 
 
Madam Aroma
 - "The Mayor's Wife. In charge of town performances."

 - This plump woman organizes the postal service in Clock Town as well as the special events such as the upcoming Carnival of Time. Unfortunately, the moon has set a lot of these things into chaos and to top it off, her son, Kafei, has recently gone missing.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Majora
 - This evil little thing is the force behind the Mask that is the source of power you see throughout the game. I don't want to give any details away, but suffice to say, it's one nasty little thing.
 
 
Mamamu Yan
 - What a funky name. This lady owns the Mamamu Yan's Doggy Race Track, obviously. She doesn't have much of a purpose, nor does she ever leave. This fat woman will supply you with easy money, with the help of the Mask of Truth, as well as a Piece of a Heart.
 
 
Man from Curiosity Shop
 - "Buys and sells stolen goods. Open at night only."

 - While this guy's name is unknown, he is good friends with Kafei, the mayor's missing son. Even though he sells stolen goods, he's one of the good guys and more than willing to help out.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Marine Research Guy
 - This incredibly freaky looking scientist works at the Marine Research Lab and is studying the Zora Eggs that Lulu laid.
 
 
Mask Salesman
 - In Ocarina of Time, this guy owned a shop and concentrated his efforts on selling masks. In this game, he is traveling the world in search of them and found one of the most dangerous known as Majora's Mask. Although the Skull Kid stole it, he gives you the tools you need to get it back as well as other masks. Wear one and talk to him to have him tell you about it.
 
 
Mayor Dotour
 - "Mayor of Clock Town. V.I.P."

 - Although he is shy and indecisive, this guy has quite the heart and makes a great mayor for Clock Town. He's having trouble though at the moment because of the moon falling and the upcoming Carnival of Time: evacuate or carnival?.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Mikau
 - The guitarist in the Zoran band known as the Indigo-Go's. He dies right when you meet him, but you'll learn about him as you use the Zora Mask and guitar he gives you.
 
 
Mr. Barten
 - This guy is cool, but a little too picky about your membership status with the bar. I don't see what the big deal is, it's just milk!
 
 
Mutoh
 - This guy's the boss of the carpenters in Clock Town. You can find him on most days arguing with the Mayor and Captain Viscen in the Mayor's Office about the evacuation. He wants to complete the tower he and his men are building in South Clock Town in time for the Carnival of Time. One the Third Day however, his men chicken out and run away, leaving him alone to finish.
 
 
Old Lady from Bomb Shop
 - "Runs town bomb shop. Always open."

 - This sweet old lady has the lifelong dream of stocking Big Bomb Bags at her shop with her son (pathetic, I know). She's going to need some help though...

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Oni Link
 - This character is Link's transformation when he wears the Fierce Deity's Mask. Although we know much about it, some fans suspect there is a hidden connection between it and Majora. "Oni" is a Japanese word that roughly translates to "Ogre demon". In this case, it is referring to demonic (or rather, a very strong) power.
 
 
Pamela
 - A little girl who lives with her father in Ikana Canyon. She's in need of your help, even though she tries to deny it.
 
 
Pamela's Father
 - This guy with the funny looking hair is obsessed with the supernatural and bizarre. Unfortunately, that can sometimes have some bad perks. You'll find him in Ikana Canyon with his daughter. Because the water stopped flowing, their music box house has stopped playing their "goodbye to gibdos" song, meaning the mummies have returned.
 
 
Part Time Worker
 - This guy occasionally works at the Trading Post and spends the rest of his time looking for money. During the First Day, you can find him near the Astral Observatory in a tree. Roll into it to knock him down and collect the 30 Rupees he's collected. So sad.. all well.
 
 
Poe Collector
 - I don't know what to call this guy. He has one, mysterious red eye and hangs around Ikana Canyon. He knows a lot about both Garos and Poes and you can also find him in the Secret Shrine.  
 
Professor Shikashi
 - This old fat guy that owns the Astral Observatory lets the Bombers use his place as their secret hideout. He's hunched over all the time and likes to stand far too close for my taste.  
 
Postman
 - "Town's postal carrier. A very serious public servant."

 - This guy takes his job way too seriously. When he's not on the job, he's practicing his timing for it. As much as he loves being a Postman, he's also terrified of the falling moon and wishes to escape.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Romani
 - "Young girl living at ranch with sister.".

 - Named after the famous ranch that she grew up on, Romani is a sweet little girl with archery skills. Every year, aliens come to abduct their cows, and she will once again try to stop them. Perhaps you can lend a hand?.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Rosa Sisters
 - "Twin dancers. Members of the Gorman Troupe."

 - These twin sisters, Judo (red) and Marilla (blue) are the incredibly serious dancers of the troupe. They are trying to devise a new dance before the Carnival of Time.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Sakon the Thief
 - This guy's a skinny pale dude is the Thief. He stole the Sun Mask from Kafei, and at 12:00 AM on the First Day, he'll try to steal the Bomb Bags from the old lady. His hideout is in Ikana Valley, and you can find him there during most of the days. When you talk to him in Ikana, he wants to "borrow your sword for a sec". Don't do it! I wouldn't be surprised if the Tankuri Bird is actually his pet, considering it ends up at the Curiosity Shop.
 
 
Sea Turtle
 - This ancient sea turtle doesn't have a name as far as I know. It leaves near the edge of Zora Cape and awakens at the sound of Lulu's voice to aid you.
 
 
Scarecrow
 - This thing appears in several places across Termina and loves anything that has to do with dancing and music. Dancing with him will move you forward to the nearest dawn or evening (6:00 AM or PM).

 - He will also tell you that if you play the strange song that manipulates time (the Song of Time), either each note twice, or play it backwards, it will have a different effect on time itself. (See the Songs section for more information.)

 - If you play an instrument in front of him, he will remember whatever you play. You can then play this custom song whenever you want. At certain places across Termina, if you play this song, it will cause him to appear, which you can then use your Hookshot to get to areas you normally couldn't access.
 
 
Sharp
 - One of the Royal Composer Brothers of Ikana. Long ago, after the death of the Royal Family, Sharp desired to bring them back from the dead. Because of Flat's disapproval, Sharp betrayed him and cast a curse upon him. You can find Sharp in Ikana Valley at the start of the river. When you find him, he will try to cast a curse upon you as well.
 
 
Shiro
 - "The inconspicuous soldier. He really doesn't stand out."

 - This poor guy is so plain and boring that he's invisible. He hangs out in Ikana Valley (area between Ikana Canyon and Termina Field), waving around at those who pass by. Even his name is sad... Shiro... Aww!!!

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Skulltula House Dudes
 - There are two nameless individuals who each give you a reward for clearing the Skulltula Houses in the Southern Swamp and Great Bay areas

 - The guy in the Swamp has been cursed somehow (presumably by the Skull Kid, like everyone else), and will give you the Mask of Truth for killing all the Gold Skulltulas.

 - The other guy will appear after you have killed all the Gold Skulltulas in the Ocean House, wanting a place to stay and will give you a reward in exchange for it. If you do so during the Second Day, he will give you the Giant's Wallet, which lets you hold up to 500 Rupees!
 
 
Skull Keeta
 - This giant Stalchild is the captain of the Ikana Army. I wonder if he was that big in life as well? Defeat him in battle to receive the Captain's Hat. You can find him in the Ikana Graveyard next to Dampé's house.
 
 
Skull Kid
 - This is the kid who stole Majora's Mask from the Mask Salesman and the Ocarina of Time from you when you first start the game.

 - Spoiler: According to Anju's Grandmother's story, this guy is actually an old friend of the Giants.

 - Spoiler: At the end, he also states that you smell just like a kid who taught him a song in the woods. In the prequel, you played a song for an Imp in the Lost Woods as well as gave him the a skull mask. So not only have you seen him before, but you essentially gave him his name! What an exciting twist of events.
 
 
Swamp Tourist Center Owner
 - This huge guy with lots of chest hair who runs the Swamp Photo Contest is actually Tingle's father, and yes, he is "very ashamed of him". Talk to him to get the Pictograph, then give him pictures to get different rewards, depending on what you give him. A picture of the Deku King will land you a Heart Piece!
 
 
Sword Master
 - This old guy who runs the Swordman's School is very picky about your battle style. Use the Jump Attack (Z + A) to chop each piece of wood straight down the middle and he'll give you a Piece of a Heart
 
 
Tael
 - Tatl's little brother. He's with the Skull Kid throughout the whole game.
 
 
Tatl
 - A welcome improvement over the annoying Navi from Ocarina of Time, Tatl is your new fairy. Press C-up to hear her advice about enemies and situations.
 
 
Tijo
 - The fat Zoran drummer of the Indigo-Go's, and also Mikau's roommate. He's very kind, although his drums appear to be made out of fish heads that look a lot like himself. *Gulp*
 
 
Tingle
 - Without argument, the most annoying person in all the Zelda series, with the exception of Navi. Nintendo loves him for whatever reason. He floats around with the use of a red balloon which allows him to draw maps of the various lands he visits. You can find him in Clock Town, Southern Swamp, the road to Goron Village, Great Bay Coast and Ikana Valley.

 - As he will tell you, he believes he is the very incarnation of a forest fairy and is 35 years old. His father is very ashamed of him. Why, whatever for?!.
 
 
Toto
 - "Famed Manager of the Indigo-Go's."

 - This plump Zora is the manager of the popular Zora band. Unfortunately, he's come to Clock Town to cancel their performance at the Carnival of Time because Lulu, the lead singer, has lost her voice. This really sets things back, especially for Gorman's Traveling Troupe.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.  
 
Trading Post Owner
 - Nothing notable to say about this guy. On some days, he has another guy fill in for him while he takes a break.
 
 
Treasure Chest Shop Lady
 - Not much to say about her, but this is the lady behind the counter in the Treasure Chest Shop. She's very shallow cause the price she makes you pay for her game is dependant on what form you're in. She thinks your handsome as a Zora and ugly as a Goron. Even though it costs more as a Goron, if you win, you'll get a Heart Piece.
 
 
Twin Jugglers
 - These jolly guys spend all of their time juggling. They travel in Gorman's Traveling Troupe and are the second set of twins of the group. They're very content, despite the ever looming moon.
 
 
Zubora
 - This short guy with suspenders owns the Mountain Smithy in Mountain Village. This Mario-like character doesn't do any of the hard work himself and leaves that to his assistant. Personally, I think he suspiciously kept some of the Gold Dust that he said he threw out.
 
 
???
 - "(Person living in the Inn's restroom) Details are unknown."

 - Found only at 12:00 AM to 6:00 AM on the First and Second Nights, this person lives inside the toilet at the Stock Pot Inn. He's in quite the jam, and is in desperate need of "paper". Don't think too hard on it.

 - For more information, see the Bomber's Notebook section.