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Sturgeon (grandfather)
Orca (grand-uncle)
Linda (best friend)

Sue-Belle is a character in The Wind Waker who resides on Outset Island.


She lives on Outset Island with her grandfather, Sturgeon, and her great-uncle, Orca. She was originally born on Windfall Island, but later moved to Outset to be with her grandfather. She is normally seen with a blue pot filled with water on her head. She has a pink dress and purple-blue hair, and overall has a pleasant but serious attitude.

Early on, Sue-Belle asks Link if Aryll found him, as Link's Grandma was looking for him. Aryll wants to learn how to carry jars, just like Sue-Belle so that she can help her Grandma with chores.[1] Sue-Belle will then teach Link how to pick up and throw jars and rocks.[2] After the Helmaroc King appears at the island and drops Tetra into the Forest of Fairies, Sue-Belle can be seen without her pot, scared of the noise that happened. She teaches Link that if trouble came his way, he can pick up rocks and toss them at an enemy.[3]

If Link somehow smashes her pot, she will take away ten Rupees from him if he speaks to her.[4][5] She is also best friends with Linda on Windfall Island, and sent her the orange dress that Linda wears.

At night she can be found inside Orca and Sturgeon's House. If Link talks to her, she warns Link about all the monsters that appear at night.[6][7] After Link returns to Outset Island, she voices her concern about the health of Link's Grandma, who has hardly been eating. Sue-Belle consults with her grandfather about any medicine that they possibly can give to her.[8][9]


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Place of Birth: Windfall Island
Personality: Serious

Sue-Belle was born and raised on Windfall, but she became concerned for the health of her grandfather, Sturgeon, so she decided to move to live with him on Outset Island.

Morning, noon and night, she fills vases with water and carries them on her head from the well to their house. Strangely enough, she actually enjoys the task.



  1. "Oh, [Link]! Happy birthday! Hey, did your sister, Aryll, find you? She was supposed to tell you that your grandmother is looking for you. Speaking of your sister, she saw me at work the other day, and she said she wanted to learn to carry jars on her head like me so she could help your grandma with chores. So...if you see her, tell her that all she has to do is stand in front of a jar and press [A] to carry it. To put the jar down, she just has to press [R]! Can you tell her that for me?" — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  2. "The secret to lifting jars is to stand in front of them and press [A]. And don't forget to tell Aryll to set jars down with [R], OK?" — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  3. "What was that noise!? It was awful! You'd better return home quickly... A sound like that can only mean trouble! You know what I'd do if trouble came my way? I'd throw rocks to fight it off! You could handle that, couldn't you? It's easy! Just stand in front of a rock and press [A] to lift it. Press [A] again to throw it. If you just want to set the rock back down, press [R]. Do you understand?" — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  4. "...That's just terrible! My precious jars... How could you?" — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  5. "That's just awful..." — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  6. "The island has really taken a turn for the worse since you left. I'm sure you noticed them... The monsters... Those horrible creatures... They rampage through town every night after dark. I'm scared... Too scared..." — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  7. "Monsters have begun appearing in town at night. It's awful out there! You really should go home while you can. Who else is going to protect your grandmother?" — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  8. "Your grandmother has been having a terrible time of it ever since you left. She rarely leaves the house, and as far as I can tell, she just spends her days sleeping. She hardly eats... I've actually come here to see if my old grandpa knows of any medicine or anything that might make her feel better." — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.
  9. "Your poor old grandmother... Her days are spent in worry, and her nights are filled with horrific nightmares... I've tried to give her medicine to help her feel better, but she just can't seem to drink it... I don't know what to do..." — Sue-Belle, The Wind Waker.