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Gor Amoto

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Gor Amoto
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Gor Amoto from Twilight Princess
Main appearance(s)

Gor Amoto is a character in Twilight Princess.[2]


Gor Amoto is the first Goron elder found in the Goron Mines. He is physically very small and feeble-looking and uses a cane. He has vents on his back and head which can be seen releasing smoke and gases.[1] He can be found on the west side of the first level of the mines, and gives Link the first piece of the shattered Big Key.[1]


  • The algae growing on Gor Amoto's back spouts may be a reference to the theory of Abiogenesis, in which life is thought to have originally been sustained on Earth. This could be an allusion to Shigeru Miyamoto's influence in the conception of several Nintendo series and titles, whom Gor Amoto is named after. Hyrule Historia states that the smoke was inspired by the practice of moxibustion.[3]


Gor Amoto's name is a reference to the creator of The Legend of Zelda series, Shigeru Miyamoto. Similarly, Gor Amoto's Japanese name is Don Shīgeru.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name
Japan Japanese ドン・シーゲル (Don Shīgeru)
French Republic FrenchEU Gor Granit
Federal Republic of Germany German Don Ziegel
Italian Republic Italian Don Acciarino
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Goramoto

See Also


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD — PRIMA Official Game Guide (Prima Games) pg. 14
  2. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 277 (TP)
  3. Hyrule Historia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 189