Baito is a character from The Wind Waker.
If Link never interacts with Koboli, found at the Mail Center, Baito will eventually appear at Dragon Roost Island, on the outside, near the King of Red Lions. Baito appears after Link has cleared the Dragon Roost Cavern and calmed down Valoo. Although Baito does seem a bit lost, as he has an interview, but has no idea how to climb up and make it to the Rito Aerie.
However, if Link speaks with Koboli and begins the Part-Time Job quest earlier, Baito can arrive at Dragon Roost much earlier and will work as an intern for Koboli.
- Main article: Mail Sorting
After successfully sorting 10, 20, and then 25 letters for Koboli at the Mailing Center, Link can leave the Rito Aerie and re-enter to find that Baito has arrived as a Part-Time Worker. After being hired as a part-timer, Link is able to speak with Baito to continue helping with Mail Sorting. Baito wants to see Link's legendary 25-letter sorting ability. After successfully doing so, Baito will give Link a Note to Mom, a letter which he asks Link to drop off in the mailbox. Link will later receive a letter from Baito's mother, Kashiko, and she will thank him for helping her son, enclosing a Piece of Heart with the letter.
Baito working at the Mail Center
- ↑ "My problem is, I just have no idea how I'm supposed to get up there, and I have a job interview..." — Baito, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "I've got a bad feeling about this, man. How am I supposed to get up there?" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "You're a legend among the part-timers here! I really admire you, man! Just once, I'd love to see the legendary twenty-five letter sort!" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "I'm so impressed! Seriously, man! I've gotta tell my mom back home all about this. I just gotta! I've got a favor to ask of you, man. I'm still new here, so I'm not allowed to leave. So, would you mind putting this letter to my mom in the postbox for me?" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "I guess I could just throw it in here with all the other letters, but... I just can't bring myself to do it! It's against the rules, man!" — Baito, The Wind Waker.