Link conducting the Frog Choir
in Majora's Mask 3D
Great Bay Temple
The Frog Choir is composed of five frogs and Don Gero, their conductor. After the spring returns to the Mountain Village, Link can find one of the frogs on a lillypad on a pond. By wearing Don Gero's Mask, Link can talk to the frog, which explains that none of the other frogs have arrived yet thanks to the winter. Link must then find the other four frogs around Termina and talk to them while wearing the mask. Once all the frogs are gathered in the Mountain Village, Link can conduct the Frog Choir in order to receive a Piece of Heart.
On a log in the Southern Swamp
On a Lily Pad in the Mountain Village
Inside the Great Bay Temple after defeating Gekko
Don Gero's name comes from the word "げろ (gero)," a Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound a frog makes.
- Don Gero could have been inspired by Mamu from Link's Awakening, who is also the leader of a frog choir.
|Names in Other Regions|
|FrenchCA||Chorale des grenouilles (MM3D)|
|SpanishLA||Coro de ranas (MM3D)|
- "Just as you instructed, I came here to start up the frog's choir as soon as spring arrived. But spring doesn't seem to be coming and none of the choir have gathered!" — Frog (Majora's Mask)
- "Has spring finally come to the mountains? [...] I understand. I shall head for the mountains immediately." — Frog (Majora's Mask)
- "The conducting was spectacular. And all of our members rose to the occasion! This is how deeply we were moved by your spectacular conducting..." — Frog (Majora's Mask)