Kotake

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Kotake
Kotake.png
Koume as seen in Majora's Mask

Race

Gender

Female

Base Power

Controlling cold & ice

Location

Related

Koume (Twin Sister)
Twinrova (merged form)
Ganondorf (adoptive son)

Kotake is a Gerudo witch that appears in Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, and the linked ending of Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages. Together with her twin sister Koume, she forms Twinrova.

Appearances

Ocarina of Time

Main article: Twinrova#Ocarina of Time
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Majora's Mask

Kotake runs the Magic Hags' Potion Shop. On the First Day, she can be found in her shop, but on the Second Day, she leaves to search the Woods of Mystery for the missing Koume. In either case, when Link tells Kotake about Koume's injury, she gives him his first Bottle, filled with Red Potion. If she has already given Link a Bottle in an earlier cycle, she simply fills it with Red Potion for free.

While she has Red, Green and Blue Potions on display initially, the Blue Potion is sold out for lack of ingredients[1]. If Link brings her a Magic Mushroom at the Potion Shop, she will brew one Blue Potion for him for free[2]. Subsequently, it can be bought for 60 rupees[3], but only within the same three-day cycle.

Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages

Main article: Twinrova#Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages
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References

  1. "Blue Potion: 60 Rupees Actually, I can't get the ingredients for this, so I'm sold out. Sorry." — Kotake, Majora's Mask.
  2. "What's that? You want a Blue Potion, do you? Well, you gave me a mushroom, so I'll give you one for free." — Kotake, Majora's Mask.
  3. "Blue Potion: 60 Rupees I just brewed up this cure-all! It goes down easy and gets right to work." — Kotake, Majora's Mask.