Glendo is a character from Breath of the Wild
Breath of the Wild
Glendo is a traveler who can be found riding his horse, traveling from the Outskirt Stable and heading north. He will cross over the Manhala Bridge, and travel all the way to the Sanidin Park Ruins. He prefers to ride during the daytime, due to the monsters that come out at nighttime. He wields a Traveler's Sword and a Fisherman's Shield, although he never engages with any enemies.
When Glendo returns to the Outskirt Stable, he will travel to a tree located behind the stable. It is here where he will get off his horse for a short while and rest up. It is here where he talks about his daily routine, traveling to the Sanidin Park Ruins. He enjoys the ride, as his horse is quite reliable and it feels amazing to just gallop along the pathway with his horse.
Glendo will give Link a variety of tidbits, providing different information depending on where he is on his daily path. He talks about all the hills that are north of the Manhala Bridge and because of this, traveling by horse is the best option. He advises Link to whistle, as it makes calling your horse much easier.
While Glendo primarily sticks to the main road, he'll take a detour off the path just north of the Outskirt Stable. He talks about an abandoned rest area on the high road and even thought it's abandoned, he'll stop there for a moment.
When Glendo turns around to head back, he'll talk about the Lord of the Mountain, which can be found on some nights at Satori Mountain. He doesn't exactly know what it is, thinking that it could be a big fish or a stubborn old man.
Whenever it rains, Glendo will get a bit upset. Depending on where he is, he'll take cover under a tree or will gallop ahead to the next rest stop.
- ↑ I'm very cautious, so I don't like to go out on nights when monsters are about. It's not that I'm scared or anything... - Glendo
- ↑ Night monsters are no joking matter. When it gets dark, you'd better hurry and find somewhere safe to hide. - Glendo
- ↑ The night belongs to the monsters. When it gets dark, urge your horse to hustle and find a safe place to hide. - Glendo
- ↑ It feels amazing to gallop between the Outskirt Stable and Sanidin Park Ruins on horseback. It helps that my horse is beyond reliable. I hope you find a good horse too! - Glendo
- ↑ I doubt you can tell, but this horse runs like the wind! It's a daily tradition for this horse and me to ride to the horse statue over at the Sanidin Park Ruins. - Glendo
- ↑ It's a daily tradition for my horse and me to ride to the horse statue over at the Sanidin Park Ruins. Today's no different! - Glendo
- ↑ There are lots of hills past Manhala Bridge up ahead, so traveling by horse is the best option. By the way, can you whistle? I ask because that makes it much easier to call your horse. - Glendo
- ↑ There's an abandoned rest area on the high road. It seems like someone once lived there. But even if it's abandoned, a rest area is a rest area. I'm sure it's a great place for travelers to relax! - Glendo
- ↑ There's an abandoned rest area on the high road. I'm sure it was once a great place for travelers of yore to relax! - Glendo
- ↑ If you're lucky, you might be able to see a shooting star when gazing at the night sky. If you go to where a shooting star lands, you'll find treasure there! ...Or so I've heard. I would love to see a shooting start at least once in my life! - Glendo
- ↑ If you go to where a shooting star lands, apparently you'll find treasure there. A shooting star... Oh, how I'd love to see one with my own eyes... - Glendo
- ↑ Near here, there lives something called the Lord of the Mountain, they say. I don't know if it's, like...a big fish or a stubborn old man or what. Who knows! - Glendo
- ↑ The Lord of the Mountain is said to live near here... Is it a big fish? A stubborn old man? Or is it something else altogether... - Glendo
- ↑ Nooo! It's raining! I guess I'll have to wait here... - Glendo