Note to Mom

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Note to Mom

The Note to Mom is an item in The Wind Waker. Link receives it from Baito, a part-time worker in the Dragon Roost Island postal service.[1] He is impressed with Link's ability to sort 25 letters in a short period of time and asks if he can see it.[2][3] When Link succeeds, Baito is so amazed that he decides to write his mother, Kashiko, about it.[4] However, he is not allowed to leave because of his job, so he asks Link to deliver it for him.[5] Link then can take the Note to Mom and place it in any Postbox.

Later, Link receives a letter from Baito's mother in response. She thanks Link for encouraging her son and gives him a Piece of Heart in gratitude.[6]

References

  1. "Hey, man! I'm the new part-timer!" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
  2. "You're a legend among the part-timers here! I really admire you, man!" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
  3. "Just once, I'd love to see the legendary twenty-five letter sort!" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
  4. "I'm so impressed! Seriously, man! I've gotta tell my mom back home all about this. I just gotta!" — Baito, The Wind Waker.
  5. "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.
  6. "To my son's superior, Thank you very much for looking after my boy. This isn't much, but I hope you'll accept it all the same. I politely request your continued kindness toward my son. Kashiko (Baito's mother)" — Kashiko's letter, The Wind Waker.