Vera is one of the two gossiping women on Windfall Island, found near Zunari's Shop. Along with Pompie, the two gossip about many of the happenings around Windfall Island. Vera can be seen wearing blue and white clothing.
The two gossip about numerous people and topics. Although when they can tell that Link is listening in, they will turn to him and call him a scamp. Vera will tell Link that it's bad to eavesdrop on conversations that are only meant for adults to hear. Pompie will tell Link that he's just way to young to understand what they are talking about and that he should shoo away.
Vera and Pompie will also talk about the Auction House, of which the two of them are regular participants. Both of them are super excited for the event, with Vera wanting to be the star of the auction.
Putting the Rumors to Rest
- Main article: Putting the Rumors to Rest
Vera and Pompie think that Lenzo is a gentlemen and Pompie describes him as 'dreamy'. They have heard a rumor that Lenzo is involved with a woman and they wonder if it's true. Link can enter enters Lenzo's house from the balcony, which can be reached after the Windmill is activated. After crawling through a small passage, Link will see Lenzo and Minenco and can take a pictograph of the two. of them.
Link can then show the pictograph of the two of them to Pompie and Vera. After seeing the picture, the two admit that they were wrong about Lenzo having a girlfriend. Instead, it appears Lenzo and Minenco are just friends who share a hobby. Pompie apologizes and thinks maybe they should stop spreading gossip like this. Pompie will then give Link Treasure Chart 24, telling Link that her son had found it.
|Pompie & Vera|
Birthplace: Windfall Island
Pompie and Vera Figurine
- ↑ "Hm? ...Now, just WHAT are you doing? Were you listening to us, you scamp?" — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "You listen, young man! I haven't seen you around, so I guess you're new to Windfall... but don't you know it's bad to eavesdrop on conversations meant only for adult ears?" — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "We're discussing...very, VERY important topics that kids just wouldn't understand. You're far too young to be listening to us, young man! So shoo!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "...She is so saucy, isn't she! I can't believe she's a schoolteacher!" — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "Rumor has it she has mountains of tacky pendants and earrings. It's as if she loves nothing in the world more than jewelry!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "Ahhh... I simply can NOT wait! Tonight's auction is going to be so fun!" — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "Oooh! Oooh! The excitement! The drama! Just wondering who's going to win the bidding race tonight gives me goosebumps! ...I'm not sure I can wait until dark!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "I'm going to be the auction star tonight, I just know it!" — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "So anyway, you know that brick building at the top of the steps? Well, the gentleman who lives there has SUCH class!" — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "Ooh, I KNOW! That mysterious pictographer, Lenzo is so...dreamy! Ohhhhhhhh... He makes my heart go aflutter!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "But...do you think the rumors could be true? Is he actually devoted to someone special? He just seems too serious about his work to be involved with somebody..." — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "The lucky lady! Who could she be?! I wish someone would take a pictograph of the two of them together so we could see if the rumors are true! Oh, that'd be to die for!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "OH! This is..." — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "It's the pictographer, Lenzo, and that pictograph-loving lady!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "I guess we were completely wrong about Lenzo having a girlfriend... It looks as though they're just old friends who happen to share the same hobby." — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "Well, I suppose we were all wrong about the rumors of Lenzo and his "girlfriend"..." — Vera, The Wind Waker.
- ↑ "Thanks for setting us straight, young man. We really should stop spreading idle gossip like that. ...You've taught us the error of our ways, and to thank you, we're going to give you something nice. Stick out your hand!" — Pompie, The Wind Waker.