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Marin

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Marin is a character who appears in the game Link's Awakening. She is the daughter of Tarin and lives in Mabe Village on Koholint Island. Marin is a girl with a mischievous side who likes to sing the Ballad of the Wind Fish and enjoys staring at the ocean.[1][2] Unlike the other inhabitants of Koholint, she dreams of seeing the world beyond their island.[3] She also bears a striking resemblance to both Malon and Princess Zelda.[4][5] When Link washes up on the beach, Marin discovers him and brings him back to her house, taking care of him until he wakes up.[6] (more...)


Elde Inn

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The Elde Inn[7] is a location that appears in Twilight Princess. It is the local hotel of Kakariko Village. It has two floors; the bottom floor consists of a small kitchen to the left of the main entrance and the main lobby, and the top floor consists of one room with a wardrobe and multiple beds spread across the room. According to a sign outside the inn, rooms cost 100 Rupees a night and include a continental breakfast and access to the Kakariko Hot Spring for free.[7] (more...)

Hilda

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Hilda is a character featured within A Link Between Worlds. She is the princess of the alternate world Lorule.[8] As Zelda's counterpart in this world, Hilda looks almost identical to her. Though similar, the two have some noticeable differences, such as eye color, clothing, hair color, and makeup. Hilda wields a staff that has the upside-down Triforce symbol of Lorule on it. (more...)

BowWow

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BowWow is Madam MeowMeow's most prized and adored pet in Link's Awakening.[9] He is one of three Chain Chomps that Madam MeowMeow owns, being the watchdog of the three.[10] Unlike the Small Chain Chomps, BowWow is chained to a post outside the door of his owner's house in Mabe Village and is not allowed in there.[11] He is treated by Madam MeowMeow similarly to how a Dog would be treated by humans, such as him being chained to a post in Madam MeowMeow's yard, Madam MeowMeow bragging about how nice BowWow's fur coat is,[12] and even the map telling passers-by to avoid the "Dog".[13] (more...)

Deku Baba

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Deku Babas are common carnivorous plant enemies that appear in Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, Spirit Tracks, and Skyward Sword. There are several types of Deku Babas as well as other enemies with very similar characteristics. (more...)