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Abe (Father)
Rose (Mother)[1]
Joel (Brother)[1]

Zill is a young boy that appears in The Wind Waker and The Minish Cap.


The Wind Waker

In The Wind Waker, Zill can be found on the west side of Outset Island. He is very distinguishable, as he has a long drip of snot hanging out of his nose. According to his figurine, he lets his nose run on purpose.[2] He lives on Outset Island with his mom and dad, Rose and Abe, and his older brother Joel in The Wind Waker. Whenever Link comes near him, he bounces after him and follows him around the island. Even if Zill goes into the ocean, his nose still continues to run. He also enjoys talking very fast and doesn't stop to think about what he says before he says it.

There is also a tile puzzle on the Private Oasis that, when solved, shows an image of Zill.

The Minish Cap

In The Minish Cap, Zill is a small boy in Hyrule Town who wishes he could go to Funday School, but he is too young. He constantly hangs out with two other kids, Lolly and Candy. He can also fuse Kinstones with Link.

At the start of the game, Zill can be found during the Picori Festival and hopes that since he has been good all year, the Picori will come and play with him.[3]


  1. 1.1 1.2 "Rose Birthplace: Outset Island Favorite thing: Animals The mother of Joel and Zill, Rose is a woman of refreshingly simple tastes...but she's a demanding mother. She has the bad habit of trying to laugh her way out of lies." — Figurine, The Wind Waker.
  2. "Zill Birthplace: Outset Island Talent: Sniffling Zill is a hyper-inquisitive young boy who speaks his thoughts as soon as they come to mind. He can often strike a nerve without realizing it. He likes to imitate his older brother, Joel. And strangely enough, it seems that he actually lets his nose run on purpose..." — Figurine, The Wind Waker.
  3. "So, so, so... I've been good all year? Like, all year long? And you know how the Picori only show themselves if you've been good? And so, so, so I'm just waiting for the Picori to come and play with me." — Zill, The Minish Cap.