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Goselle

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Goselle
GoselleSS.png
Race Hylian
Gender Female[1]
Game(s)
Era Sky Era
Family Rupin (son)[2]

Goselle is a character in Skyward Sword.[2]

Biography

Fi's Comment

A report, master.

Goselle

Her name is Goselle, and she is a bit of a demanding lady. She is the mother of the gear peddler, Rupin.

She hates housecleaning but adores antiques. I recommend keeping a safe distance from her.

Goselle is a resident of Skyloft. She lives with her son Rupin. Goselle is fond of antiques which she proudly displays in her home. She appears kind and happy when Link first talks to her. Yet if Link rolls into the walls and knocks down her antiques, she will become enraged, demanding compensation for her broken possessions. After Link pays her the amount of Rupees required, she calms down. She will also get angry with Link if he sits down on her couch, but calms down and says that it is okay if he sits there, so long as he does not make it dirty.[3]

Trivia

Nomenclature

Goselle's name is derived from gosling, a baby goose. It may also be a combination of gosling and the Italian name "Roselle".

Goselle's Japanese name, Otaka, likely comes from the Japanese word 御高い (Otakai), meaning "self-importance" or "haughty."

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name
Japan Japanese オタカ (Otaka)
Canada FrenchCA Aiglantine
French Republic FrenchEU Aiglantine
Italian Republic Italian Gazza
Community of Latin American and Caribbean States SpanishLA Alani

Gallery

References

  1. "Her name is Goselle, and she is a bit of a demanding lady." — Fi (Skyward Sword)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Hyrule Historia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 30 (SS)
  3. "HEY! Oh... I guess it's OK as long as you're going to just sit. But listen up! THAT is an expensive chair, and if you get it dirty... Well, I can't be held responsible for what happens." — Goselle (Skyward Sword)