In Phantom Hourglass, the Anouki live on the Isle of Frost along with the Yook. They have a village in the west of the island that is run by the Island Chief. They have been bitter rivals with the Yook for many generations, partially because they stole their precious Pure Metal, the Azurine. When Link arrives, the Anouki Chief asks him to investigate reports that a certain Yook has sneaked into Anouki Estates, impersonating one of their own. He discovers that it was actually Aroo, but the Yook escapes. The chief then allows Link into the Great Ice Field, where the Yook reside, in order to enter the Temple of Ice and take the Azurine.
Members of the Anouki
The Anouki in Spirit Tracks live in the Anouki Village, a station in the southwest of the Snow Realm. The village is led by Honcho. When Link asks him about going to the Snow Sanctuary, he says that he would only be willing to chat if Link helps organize monster-hunting pairs with all six of the Anouki in the village. The Anouki are very particular, and Link must determine the groups depending on everyone's preferences. These Anouki are a lot more varied than the ones in Phantom Hourglass; some have larger horns than others, a few have facial hair, and their clothes differ between yellow and blue.
Members of the Anouki
- ↑ "Those Yook tossed that Azurine somewhere in the Temple of Ice. When we made that treaty 100 years ago... We got the better, western half of the island, which was nice. But then the Azurine was stolen from our ancestor!" — Island Chief, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "So I guess that Azurine pure metal thing was ours once. But then we got in a big spat with the Yook in the east and it got nabbed. That was, like, ages and ages ago. Grandpa used to RANT all about it when we sat around the stew pot." — Anouki, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "We Anouki have got one enemy on this island. They're the Yook. There was a lot of bad blood between our ancestors. So 100 years ago, we made an agreement. The Anouki live in the west... And those hairy Yook live over in the east on the Great Ice Field. That was the deal, but now some tricky Yook has snuck over here." — Island Chief, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "And, now we come to the part where I need something from ya. Find the Yook who's impersonating a villager, and kick him OUT! Did ya get all that? Do I have to repeat myself? [.]Got it![.]Huh?" — Island Chief, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "You're a Yook? You looked so innocent. You looked just like Aroo! [sfx]Don't do anything stupid and try to fight. Turn yourself in!" — Ciela, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "Well, I could try and make a run for it... But I guess I might as well give in, now that I've been caught... As a show of good faith, I'll show you something good. Wait right there. Don't move..." — Imposter Yook, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "What HAPPENED?! That was crazy, wasn't it, [Link]? [sfx]We went to all the trouble of finding the Yook, and he blew us away!" — Ciela, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "I'm gonna open up the cave to the Great Ice Field to the east. The Yook are over there. Go get yourself all the revenge you can! That Azurine you're looking for should be in the Temple of Ice." — Island Chief, Phantom Hourglass.
- ↑ "So I don't really have time to yak it up about goin' to the Snow Sanctuary. But I might be able to chat more if you'd help this old- timer organize some teams. What do you say, pal? [.]I'm on it![.]I can't." — Honcho, Spirit Tracks.
- ↑ "Ya think you're up to the task, buddy? Yeah, ya got a real capable look to ya. Well, do your best, but don't get worked up if the goin' gets a little tough! See, most of the villagers are a little picky about who they'll partner up with. Pairin' them off is gonna be a pain, but I think ya got it under control. Talk with folks in town, and come tell me when you've found the best pairings! You catch all that, pal? [.]Sure did![.]I'm lost..." — Honcho, Spirit Tracks.
- ↑ "Ya gotta arrange the six villagers, includin' yours truly, into three pairs. I'm happy pairin' up with any old Anouki, but some villagers are more picky. Talk to the villagers, take note of their preferences, and find good pairs!" — Honcho, Spirit Tracks.