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Cobble

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King Mutoh, King of the Cobble Kingdom

The Cobble are an ancient race that once formed the Cobble Kingdom in Phantom Hourglass. The remains of the Cobble Kingdom are found hidden beneath the water on the Isle of Ruins, where the seventh dungeon, Mutoh's Temple, is found. Some of the Cobble race are gifted with powers of premonition. These powers can increase even after death.[1]

Civilization

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Eox, a marvel of Cobble engineering

The Cobble race once ruled a large portion of the World of the Ocean King, until its mysterious fall.[2] They were expert architects, constructing the pyramids and tombs on the Isle of Ruins and the mechanical creation Eox that Link battles inside Mutoh's Temple. The Cobble people were likely excellent swordsmiths as well, as Zauz tells of how his ancestors would forge Swords to defend the Ocean King against great evil.[3]

The Cobble Kingdom was a monarchy, ruled by its leader King Mutoh, who was served by four Knights: Brant, Bremeur, Doylan, and Max. It had its own group of Sages, as the graves of nine of them are marked on the Isle of Dead.

Notable Members

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Brant, a Knight of the Cobble Kingdom

Origin

The Cobble Kingdom takes heavy inspiration from ancient Egyptian civilization, as its primary form of architecture is the pyramid and its knights dress in an Egyptian fashion, along with being long dead. The Cobble kingdoms name is likely derived from cobblestones, an antiquated stone material used primarily in construction of buildings, walls, and roads.

Trivia

  • The Cobble Knights names are similar to the names of the Carpenters from The Minish Cap: Bremor, Brent, Doyle, and Mack. King Mutoh shares his name with the boss of the carpenters.

Gallery

References

  1. "Some of our people see far, with powers that grow when we pass from life." — Astrid (Phantom Hourglass)
  2. "In seas ruled by the Ocean King, the cultured Cobble Kingdom soared above all. It was more glorious than any other city until it vanished from history!" — Explorer's Compass (Phantom Hourglass)
  3. "You see, for generations, our ancestors lived to serve the Ocean King. They defended the Ocean King in an age when great evil lurked in the sea. My people forged our own weapons and fought in epic battles. You seek one of those great weapons. An artifact called the Phantom Sword." — Zauz (Phantom Hourglass)
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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ダイク (Daiku) Carpenter
Canada FrenchCA Pavé
French Republic FrenchEU Kayas Pun on "Caillasse", a slang word for "Rubble"
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Cobble