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The Crafstman serves his master, the Blacksmith, and resides in his home. He enjoys making singsongs about his master's wife, but he has to include his master in it as well, so as to not enrage him. Throughout Link's journey, the Crafstman will tell Link that he never expected the young hero to become a great warrior. He expresses surprise when Link rescues both Gulley and Rosso, but reminds the young hero that he is still his superior in terms of smithing.
The Lorulean Craftsman appears in the Blacksmith's home, much like his Hyrulean counterpart. In contrast to other Loruleans, he does not appear to have a significantly different personality than his counterpart. After the Blacksmith becomes inspired after seeing the Master Sword Lv2, the Craftsman will remark that he has not seen his master excited like that in a long time.
- "OK, I'll admit it. Never really saw you as the heroic type, unless it came to conquering Zs in your sleep. I was wrong about you. You're the biggest hero I know." — Craftsman (A Link Between Worlds)
- "You're really something! You saved Gulley AND Rosso? Seems like you're a natural-born hero! Hmm. The master was right all along. Diamond in the rough, I guess. But don't forget I'm still a smithy step above you" — Craftsman (A Link Between Worlds)
- "Can't wait to see how this beauty's going to turn out!" — Craftsman (A Link Between Worlds)
- "Wow! I haven't seen the master fired up like this for a while!" — Craftsman (A Link Between Worlds)
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