Din's Pearl

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Din's Pearl

Din's Pearl is the first Goddess Pearl collected in The Wind Waker. It is the first of the three pearls found in the game and named after the Goddess of Power.

Link heads to Dragon Roost Island in search of Valoo, hoping that the dragon can give him Din's Pearl.[1] When Link arrives, Prince Komali has it and refuses to give it up.[2] He tells Link that his grandmother gave it to him and that it makes him feel safe.[3] However, after Link completes Dragon Roost Cavern, Komali thanks Link and admits that he wants to be like him someday.[4] He gives him the pearl, claiming that giving him what he values most will someday give him courage.[5]

Din's Pearl, along with Farore and Nayru's Pearls, unlocks the way to the Tower of the Gods after it is it in the arms of a statue on Northern Triangle Island.[6]

References

  1. "There! On the horizon! That is our destination, [Link]... Dragon Roost Island! High atop this island's peak lives the spirit of the skies...a great dragon by the name of Valoo. You must go see this dragon and request from him a jewel called Din's Pearl." — King of Red Lions, The Wind Waker.
  2. "What? What is it, huh? Listen, you can stare all you want, but I'm not giving this to you. This is MY treasure. You understand? I'm not going to just hand it over to some do-nothing guy, am I?" — Komali, The Wind Waker.
  3. "It's so pretty, isn't it? It's called Din's Pearl. My grandma gave it to me. It's strange... Holding this calms me down. I forget all the bad things." — Komali, The Wind Waker.
  4. "Um, I heard everything from Medli... [Link]... Thank you so much! I'm sorry I mistrusted you! I hope I can be like you someday, [Link]." — Komali, The Wind Waker.
  5. "So, [Link]? ...Here! I want you to take this, [Link]! Giving you the thing I value most will give me the courage I need to stand up to bad things!" — Komali, The Wind Waker.
  6. "You placed Din's Pearl in the ancient statue's hands." — N/A, The Wind Waker.