A Love Letter

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A Love Letter



Acquire Picto Box


Speak with Lenzo




A Love Letter is a quest that is part of the Lenzo's Pictograph Assistant Side Quest in The Wind Waker.


After acquiring the Picto Box, Link can speak with Lenzo to begin the Side Quest, Lenzo's Pictograph Assistant. Lenzo gives Link three commands as part of the quest, with the first being A Love Letter.

Lenzo asks Link to find somebody on Windfall Island who despite constant rejection, continues to try to write love letters.[1][2] As with all the quests, Lenzo needs to see evidence of this occurrence. Link will need to get photograph of the action.[3][4]

The hopeless romantic on Windfall Island is Garrickson. During the daytime he starts his journey right outside of Lenzo's House. He will walk down the stairs in front of Zunari's Shop and then in front of the Auction House. He will make his way down to the Mailbox. He'll first look around, seeming to check if anybody is watching him, and then he will drop a letter off.[5] Link will need to take a Pictograph of Garrickson, while he is actually dropping the letter in the mailbox.

After snapping the picture, Lenzo will give a positive remark on the photograph, although he does understand Garrickson's dilemma, as he reminds him of himself when he was younger.[6][7][8]



  1. "A love letter. ...Do you know what that is, young sir? It is a collection of words of love, long unspoken and put into written form." — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.
  2. "Somewhere in this town, there is one who, despite constant rejection, never learns the cold lesson of unrequited passion and continues to write letters of doomed love." — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.
  3. "I am certain the object of this sadly one-sided affection is in quite a quandary over the matter. I am of the mind that I must have a word with the unwanted suitor. However, I must have physical evidence. And thus, your first task is to snap a pictograph of this individual in the act of sending the unwanted letters!" — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.
  4. "...That sounds easy, does it not? Rightly so. If you hope to be my assistant, you must perform this task with ease!" — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.
  5. "I wonder if the Rito postman has already come today..." — Garrickson, The Wind Waker.
  6. "Oh-ho! Now THIS is a finely snapped pictograph indeed! Hmmm now... They say love is blind, but what could he be thinking, mailing all these letters? I should not ridicule him, though, for he reminds me of myself back in the innocence of my youth... Memories of those bittersweet summer days come rushing back to me..." — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.
  7. "But I digress... Very good, young sir! I must congratulate you on...passing your first test!" — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.
  8. "I shall promptly take this pictograph from you and use it most efficiently!" — Lenzo, The Wind Waker.