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Great Fairy
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Great Fairy artwork from Majora's Mask 3D
Race Fairy[1]
Gender Female(OoT)[2]
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Great Fairies are recurring characters in The Legend of Zelda series.[3][4][5]

They are large humanoid Fairies. Their main purpose is to heal Link whenever he is wounded and will also recover his Magic Power in games that incorporate a Magic Meter.[6] In other titles, such as Ocarina of Time and The Wind Waker, they also bless Link with new items, powers or upgrades of his existing equipment. The Great Fairies' appearance differ vastly between games, and most of them can be found living within a Great Fairy Fountain.


The Legend of Zelda

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In The Legend of Zelda, while not specifically referred to as a Great Fairy, and appearing as a normal Fairy, there are a few ponds in the Hyrule overworld where they can be found. These pool-dwelling Fairies have the same role as Great Fairies in later games; they will only appear if Link approaches their pond with less than full health, and will instantly recover all of his Hearts.

A Link to the Past

Main article: Cursed Fairy

Several Great Fairies appear in A Link to the Past.

Common Great Fairies


These Great Fairies are the most common of all the Great Fairies in A Link to the Past, and as such, they can easily be found scattered throughout Hyrule in either caves or holes. When Link approaches one, she will completely heal the young hero's wounds. Great Fairies seem able to maintain their normal forms even while in the Dark World, despite its corrupting effects.

Waterfall of Wishing Fairy

Venus's friend at the Waterfall of Wishing

At the Waterfall of Wishing near Zora's Waterfall lives a Great Fairy who is known to be a friend of Venus.[7] She looks identical to Venus with the exception of her wings, which are smaller and more green. The Fairy at the Waterfall of Wishing appears when Link throws various items into the Mysterious Pond and will ask him if he was the one who dropped them. She will return any item thrown by the hero, but if he drops certain items, she will instead give him better items or upgrades of the item if Link answers her questions honestly.[8] These include the Boomerang, which she upgrades to the Magical Boomerang, the blue Level-1 Fighter's Shield, which she upgrades to the Red Shield, and an empty Magic Bottle, which she fills with Medicine of Magic.


Main article: Venus

Venus is the Fairy Queen and lives in the middle of Lake Hylia. Throwing money into the Wishing Well allows her to upgrade how many Bombs and Arrows Link can carry at a time.

Cursed Fairy

The Cursed Fairy,[9] also known as the Fat Fairy,[citation needed] can be found in the Mysterious Pond within the Pyramid of Power in the Dark World. To gain access to her hidden fountain, Link must use the Super Bomb to blow a hole in the lower levels of the Pyramid. She will grant Link the Silver Arrows required to defeat Ganon, and will also power up the Tempered Sword into the Golden Sword. The Cursed Fairy blames her appearance on a curse put on her by Ganon's magic.[10]

Link's Awakening

A Great Fairy from Link's Awakening

In Link's Awakening, Great Fairies are found scattered throughout certain areas of Koholint Island, usually in a cave that houses a small pond and two Fairy statues. They heal Link's wounds when approached. Not all Great Fairies in Link's Awakening live in a cave, there is one that lives in a small pond in the Mysterious Woods. There is also the Fairy Queen who only makes an appearance in Link's Awakening DX, and resides in the last room of the Color Dungeon, a dungeon exclusive to Link's Awakening DX. As thanks for visiting her, she rewards Link with the "power of color"; a choice between the Red Clothes, which increases Link's attack power, or the Blue Clothes, which increases Link's defense.[11] Link can visit the Fairy Queen again to swap between the two tunics, but he can never get his green tunic back once he has swapped it for another tunic.

Ocarina of Time

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A Great Fairy as it appears in Ocarina of Time

In Ocarina of Time, the Great Fairies are depicted as giant women who wear ivy vines and leather boots for clothing, and have red hair that is tied into three pigtails. This also marks the first time that Great Fairies are seen without wings. Their locations are scattered throughout Hyrule, where they live in certain Great Fairy Fountains that all have the Triforce symbol engraved on the floor in front of their pond. By playing "Zelda's Lullaby" on this symbol, the fountain's Great Fairy will be summoned. Great Fairies, when first called, will bless Link with either a new item or an upgrade. The color of their fountain's walls also vary from either blue or red to signify what kind of blessing they will give. Three of the Great Fairies give out Din's Fire, Nayru's Love and Farore's Wind. Another three will upgrade Link's abilities, giving him the Magic Spin Attack and the Magic Meter, a larger Magic Meter, and doubled defense in the form of an extended health bar.

The Great Fairies can also be summoned again at their fountains to recover Link's health as well as his Magic Meter. All three of the Great Fairies who give out Din's Fire, Nayru's Love and Farore's Wind refer to themselves as the Great Fairy of Magic,[12] and possibly may be the same Great Fairy. The Great Fairies who bless Link with a magical sword spin attack, a larger Magic Meter, and a defense upgrade are referred to as the Great Fairy of Power,[13] the Great Fairy of Wisdom,[14] and the Great Fairy of Courage, respectively.[15]

Locations and Rewards

The locations of the Great Fairies as well as the upgrades received in Ocarina of Time are as follows:

Name Location Reward
Great Fairy of Magic Hyrule Castle
Zora's Fountain
Desert Colossus
Din's Fire
Farore's Wind
Nayru's Love
Great Fairy of Power Death Mountain Trail Magic Spin Attack
Great Fairy of Wisdom Death Mountain Crater Larger Magic Meter
Great Fairy of Courage Path to Ganon's Castle Enhanced Defense

Majora's Mask

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The Great Fairy of Magic in Majora's Mask

In Majora's Mask, the Great Fairies share the same in-game model as the ones from Ocarina of Time, though with each one having a different hair color and eyebrow shape. Five Great Fairies appear in Termina, all having been torn apart into 15 Stray Fairies by the evil power of Majora's Mask. The only Great Fairy that needs to be restored in order to progress in the game is the one in North Clock Town, who grants Link the ability to use Magic, and only one Stray Fairy has to be found for her to once again be complete. For the other four optional Great Fairies, Link must recover the 15 Stray Fairies scattered around the dungeons that are found in each corner of Termina in order to be rewarded with upgrades and a special weapon.

Locations and Rewards

The locations of the Great Fairies as well as the upgrades received in Majora's Mask are as follows:

Great Fairy Location Reward Image
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Great Fairy of Magic
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The Great Fairy of Magic
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Great Fairy of Power
Snowhead (MM3D)
Magic Spin Attack[16] The Great Fairy of Power
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Great Fairy of Wisdom
Woodfall (MM3D)
Larger Magic Meter[17] The Great Fairy of Courage
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Great Fairy of Courage
Great Bay Coast Enhanced Defense[18] The Great Fairy of Wisdom
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Great Fairy of Kindness
Ikana Canyon Great Fairy's Sword[19] The Great Fairy of Kindness

Oracle of Seasons

Great Fairy

In Oracle of Seasons and Oracle of Ages, many Great Fairies appear through Holodrum and Labrynna. Three of them participate in password Secrets.

Near the Eyeglass Island Library in the past, Link encounters the Fairy Queen, guardian of the Zora Seas, who was cursed by Veran into an Octorok-shape so that the evil sorceress could poison the seas and kill the Zoras without the Fairy Queen's interference.[20] She asks Link to find the Fairy Powder hidden in the nearby Library to heal her,[21] and once he does, she cleanses the pollution from the sea, returning its natural beauty and restoring health to the King Zora and Lord Jabu-Jabu.[22][23][24]

Four Swords

Main articles: Great Fairy of Forest, Great Fairy of Ice and Great Fairy of Flame
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The Great Fairy of Forest

In Four Swords, there are three Great Fairies in total: the Great Fairy of Ice,[25] the Great Fairy of Flame.[26] and the Great Fairy of Forest.[27] After the Links defeat each boss, they will be transported to the Great Fairy's Fountain, and if their performance during the dungeon was deemed worthy (based on the number of Rupees obtained), she will give him a Silver, Golden, or Hero's Key.[28][29] The Keys bestowed by the Great Fairies are required to complete the final mission of the game as well as to unlock special bonus content in A Link to the Past.

As a special secret in Four Swords Anniversary Edition, if all the Links have acquired the Hero's Keys and completed the game, the Great Fairies' appearances will change to that of those seen in Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, even including their trademark laughter. The Great Fairy of Forest will become pink, likened to the Great Fairies of Ocarina of Time and to Woodfall's Great Fairy of Power from Majora's Mask. The Great Fairy of Ice will become green, akin to the Great Fairy of Wisdom from Snowhead, while the Great Fairy of Flame will be an reddish orange hue, similar to the Great Fairy of Magic from Majora's Mask. The smaller Fairies surrounding the fountain will also change color to match their Great Fairy's new appearance.

The Wind Waker

See also: Fairy Queen
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A Great Fairy, as seen in-game

In The Wind Waker, there are seven Great Fairies, five of which reside in fountains under a giant shell. One must be rescued from inside a Big Octo at the Two-Eye Reef.[30] Another Great Fairy, the Fortune Goddess,[31] lives in the Forest of Fairies in Outset Island and gives Link a larger Wallet.
The upgrades received, along with the names of the islands in which the Great Fairies are located, are as follows:

  • Pink Great Fairy: Wallet upgrade.
  • Yellow Great Fairy: Quiver upgrade:
  • Western Fairy Island – The Skull Hammer must be used to hit the nearby stake and remove the fire blocking the entrance.
  • Thorned Fairy Island – The Skull Hammer must be used to hit the three nearby stakes and remove the thorns blocking the entrance.

After granting Link their respective upgrades, the Great Fairies subsequently vanish from their fountains, leaving in their place a handful of healing fairies, which Link can also capture in Bottles for later use.

Great Fairy (Figurine from The Wind Waker)
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Great Fairy
Birthplace: Angular Isles
Talent: Powering-up

The seven Great Fairies who are destined to aid the Great Hero by increasing his powers are hiding in seven different reaches of the Great Sea.

Four Swords Adventures

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In Four Swords Adventures, Link can encounter a Great Fairy while inside certain dungeons or caves. If Link throws in a certain item into the Great Fairy's pond, she will upgrade it to a Level 2 item. For example, throwing in the Slingshot will allow Link to shoot seeds from three different directions at the same time. Encountering these Great Fairies is crucial in order to solve various puzzles within the stages. The Queen of Fairies also appears in Four Swords Adventures, during the Hyrule Castle level. The Great Fairies in Four Swords Adventures have the same appearance as the ones from The Wind Waker.

The Minish Cap

In The Minish Cap, there are three Great Fairies hidden through the land of Hyrule, all of which give Link special upgrades as well as heal his wounds. They possess wings resembling those of the insect from which they take their names. Each of the Great Fairies greatly resemble the Great Fairies that appear in Four Swords.

Great Butterfly Fairy

Main article: Great Butterfly Fairy
Great Butterfly Fairy

The Great Butterfly Fairy is found in the northern section of the Minish Woods.

Great Mayfly Fairy

Main article: Great Mayfly Fairy
Great Mayfly Fairy

The Great Mayfly Fairy is found on Mount Crenel. If Link throws a Bomb into her fountain, she will ask if he threw a gold or a silver one. If Link gives an honest answer, she rewards him with a bigger Bomb Bag.[32]

Great Dragonfly Fairy

Main article: Great Dragonfly Fairy
Great Dragonfly Fairy

The Great Dragonfly Fairy is found in the Royal Valley.

Twilight Princess

A Great Fairy as seen in Twilight Princess

In Twilight Princess, unlike previous Zelda games, only one Great Fairy is encountered. She appears within the Cave of Ordeals in the fountains that are found every ten floors. Each time Link reaches a new fountain, the Great Fairy will send healing Fairies to one of the Spirit Springs across Hyrule.[33] The first time Link reaches the fountain on the 50th floor, the Great Fairy will reward him by filling one of the young hero's empty Bottles with Great Fairy's Tears.[34] She will also tell him that he can get more Tears by going to any of the Light Spirit's Springs, although Link will only be able to have one Bottle filled with Great Fairy's Tears at any given time.[35] However, should he complete the Cave of Ordeals again, he will be able to fill another Bottle with the Tears at the fountain on the 50th floor, allowing him to have more than one.[citation needed] The Great Fairy can also warp Link out of the Cave of Ordeals if he asks her to.

Phantom Hourglass

In Phantom Hourglass, while not explicitly called a Great Fairy, the Secret Island in the Southwest Great Sea contains a "Shrine of the Sacred Fountain", where the Goddess of Spirits and her servant reside and help to empower the Servant Spirits.

A Link Between Worlds

Similar to A Link to the Past, A Link Between Worlds has several types of Great Fairies.

Common Great Fairies


Much like the Great Fairies found in A Link to the Past, these Great Fairies are commonly found scattered throughout the land of Hyrule. Many of them can be found in the same places as the previous Great Fairies. These Great Fairies will completely heal Link every time they are visited.

Great Rupee Fairy


The Great Rupee Fairy is found in Lorule, in a cave behind the Bomb Flower Store. Once Link has access to the Big Bomb Flower, the entrance to her fountain can be opened by blowing up the large rock in front of it.

When Link first enters the fountain, he can throw in either 50 or 200 Rupees. By doing so, the Great Rupee Fairy will restore Link's Hearts and release some Fairies.[36] After throwing in a total of 3,000 Rupees, she will grow back to her normal size and reward Link with a Bottle.[37] Link will no longer be able to make donations to the fountain after he is given the Bottle, and therefore will no longer be able to see the Great Rupee Fairy. However, Fairies can be obtained in her fountain upon returning to the cave.

Breath of the Wild

Four Great Fairies appear in Breath of the Wild as sisters. The lack of visitors to their fountains in the 100 years since the Great Calamity has left them all in a weakened state.[38] Link must donate an increasingly larger amount of Rupees to each of them in order to restore them to full strength. Once restored, the Great Fairies will be able to upgrade Link's Armor in exchange for Materials.

The Great Fairies can provide up to four upgrades for each piece of Armor; however, the number of Great Fairies that Link has restored correlates to the amount of times he can upgrade. They can be found and restored in any order at the following locations:

Other Appearances

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

The Great Fairy from The Wind Waker appears as a Trophy and a Sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Trophy Information

# Trophy Significant Games Description How to unlock
224 SSBB Great Fairy Trophy Model.png
Great Fairy
The Wind Waker A mystical being. From Outset Island to Fairy Island to areas all throughout the world, there are many fairy springs. Great Fairies are powerful fairies residing at springs called Great Fairy Fountains. These powerful fairies often reward Link with Rupees, arrows, and bombs. The ones in The Wind Waker look very different from the ones in Ocarina of Time. Random

Sticker Information

Sticker Artwork from Effect in The Subspace Emissary Usable by
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The Great Fairy
The Wind Waker [Magic] - Attack +21 This sticker is only usable by Peach and Zelda

Hyrule Warriors

Main article: Great Fairy (Item)
The Great Fairy, with Link in a bottle, in Hyrule Warriors

In Hyrule Warriors, Great Fairies appear in several Scenarios, heavily modeled on the Ocarina of Time incarnation. They are supportive characters who live inside Fairy Fountains, and they may be summoned by praying to them for aid inside of Magic Circles. They help in various ways, depending on the battle; such as sending Fairies to drop giant Bombs on enemy units, calling upon a recreation of the Terminian Moon to knock Argorok out of the sky, or sending a rain of energy that destroys several enemies on the field. Great Fairies appear in Hyrule Field, Faron Woods, Valley of Seers, Palace of Twilight, and Skyloft, where their fountains can be found. Whether they are summoned or not depends on the Scenario.

Great Fairies are also a class of Weapon used by Link, in which control switches to the Great Fairy (as the Weapon) while Link is kept inside of a giant Bottle. The kind of Great Fairy that appears depends on the level of Weapon used. The Great Fairy uses magic attacks and magically-enhanced physical attacks in battle. In some combo attacks, Link is momentarily released as he and the Great Fairy perform special, combined attacks, including a form of Dead Man's Volley that targets surrounding enemies. The Great Fairy's enormous size makes her a powerful character, and her attacks cover a wide range. The Great Fairy Weapon is of the Water Element.

In the Boss DLC Pack, Great Fairies appear as giant bosses that are fought in Ganon's Fury Mode. They appear in battles acting as healers to other giant bosses that Ganon fights. They must first be defeated in order to prevent the other bosses from recovering. They continue to carry giant Bottles, although with Link absent, and do not perform any attacks that require both the Great Fairy and Link.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The Great Fairy appears as a Spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, using her artwork from Majora's Mask 3D.


  • There is an error in the Great Fairies' names in the North American release of Majora's Mask. The Great Fairy found by Snowhead Temple introduces herself as the Great Fairy of Wisdom, and then the Great Fairy of Courage on subsequent visits. Likewise, the Great Fairy near the Great Bay Coast says she is the Great Fairy of Courage, and then the Great Fairy of Wisdom. This is not present in the Japanese and European releases, in which Snowhead's Great Fairy is the Great Fairy of Wisdom, and Great Bay's Great Fairy is the Great Fairy of Courage.[citation needed]
  • The Stylish Woman from A Link Between Worlds and Tri Force Heroes bears resemblance to the Fat Fairy from A Link to the Past.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Great Fairy
Great Fairy of Forest
Great Fairy of Ice
Great Fairy of Flame
Japan Japanese 大妖精 (Dai Yōsei) Big Fairy
French-speaking countries French Grande Fée
Grande fée des rubis
Great Fairy
Great Rupee Fairy
Federal Republic of Germany German Große Fee
Große Rubinfee
Great Fairy
Great Rupee Fairy
Italian Republic Italian Fata Radiosa
Fata radiosa delle rupie
Radiant Fairy
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Gran Hada
Gran Hada del Bosque
Gran Hada del Hielo
Gran Hada del Fuego
Gran hada de las rupias
Great Fairy
Great Fairy of Forest
Great Fairy of Ice
Great Fairy of Fire
Great Rupee Fairy


See Also


  1. "Fairies" (Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 228(ALttP))
  2. "They say that a beautiful fairy lives on top of Death Mountain! Don't you want to see her?" — Goron (Ocarina of Time)
  3. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 228,(ALttP) 239(OoT) & 277(TP)
  4. "The Great Fairies said that they could help Link get to the Palace of Winds, but he first had to prove his courage by defeating dangerous foes and collecting rupees." (Hyrule Historia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 82 (FS))
  5. Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 192(MM) & 233(TWW)
  6. "When you are weary of battle, please come back to visit me!" — Great Fairy (Ocarina of Time)
  7. "I cannot grant any more wishes for you, but a friend of mine might be able to... She lives in the Waterfall Of Wishing near Zora's lake. I will return your Rupees to you. May you be happy..." — Venus (A Link to the Past)
  8. "Hello there. Did you drop this? I like an honest person. I will give you something better in return." — Waterfall of Wishing Fairy (A Link to the Past)
  9. "CURSED FAIRY" (Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 388)
  10. "I know I don't quite have the figure of a faerie. Ganon's cruel power is to blame! You must defeat Ganon!" — Fat Fairy (A Link to the Past)
  11. "Welcome, Link . I admire you for coming this far. I will give you the power of color. If you want offense, choose red. If you want defense choose blue. Which power do you want? RED BLUE" — Great Fairy (Link's Awakening DX)
  12. "Welcome Link! I am the Great Fairy of Magic! I will give you a magic spell. Please take it." — Great Fairy of Magic (Ocarina of Time)
  13. "I am the Great Fairy of Power! I'm going to grant you a sword technique. Receive it now!" — Great Fairy of Power (Ocarina of Time)
  14. "Welcome Link! I am the Great Fairy of Wisdom! I'm going to enhance your magic power. Receive it now!" — Great Fairy of Wisdom (Ocarina of Time)
  15. "Welcome Link! I am the Great Fairy of Courage! I'm going to enhance your defensive power. Receive it now!" — Great Fairy of Courage (Ocarina of Time)
  16. "Oh, strong young one! I am the Great Fairy of Power! Thank you for returning my broken and shattered body to normal. As thanks, I grant you prowess with this new sword technique!" — Great Fairy of Power (Majora's Mask)
  17. "Oh, courageous young one! Oh, wise young one! I am the Great Fairy of Wisdom! Thank you for returning my broken and shattered body to normal. As thanks, I shall enhance your Magic Power." — Great Fairy of Wisdom (Majora's Mask)
  18. "Oh, courageous one! I am the Great Fairy of Courage! Thank you for returning my broken and shattered body back to normal. As thanks, I shall lend you my strength." — Great Fairy if Courage (Majora's Mask)
  19. "Oh, compassionate young one! I am the Great Fairy of Kindness. Thank you for returning my broken and shattered body to normal. As thanks, I grant you the Fairy's Sword." — Great Fairy of Kindness (Majora's Mask)
  20. "Please listen, young one! You may not believe this, but I am the Queen Fairy, guardian of this sea! The curse of an evil one named Veran has made me appear so!" — Fairy Queen (Oracle of Ages)
  21. "The magic of Fairy Powder can turn me back to normal. Veran has poisoned the sea. Soon all living things in it will perish! Please go find some Fairy Powder!" — Fairy Queen (Oracle of Ages)
  22. "You brought me Fairy Powder! Now I can return to normal! Sprinkle the powder on me! Thank you, young one! Now I can cleanse the seas of evil!" — Fairy Queen (Oracle of Ages)
  23. "The seas are back to normal! King Zora is all better, too! All is good!" — Zora (Oracle of Ages)
  24. "Thanks to you, our seawater is clean again, and Jabu-Jabu's health has returned." — King Zora (Oracle of Ages)
  25. "Great Fairy of Ice" (Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 249)
  26. "Great Fairy of Flame" (Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 249)
  27. "Great Fairy of Forest" (Art & Artifacts (Dark Horse Books), pg. 249)
  28. "Incredible feat! I dub you...brave heroes, and grant you this Golden Key." — Great Fairy (Four Swords)
  29. "If you are able to gather many Rupees along the path to the Great Fairies, they will likely acknowledge your courage... Please rescue the princess..." — N/A (Four Swords)
  30. "I tell you, lately no one around these waters has seen the beautiful fairy who bestows magic power. She used to live here, fry. All anyone ever sees anymore are the Big Octos that have been appearing lately. Maybe they scared her off... Oh no! I sure hope...they didn't eat her!" — Fishman (The Wind Waker)
  31. "It was also said that whoever met with the Great Fairy who lived here was blessed with great fortune, so it came to be known as the Fountain of the Fortune Goddess." — N/A (The Wind Waker)
  32. "You are honest. I must reward such an honest adventurer with some of my power." — Great Mayfly Fairy (The Minish Cap)
  33. "In praise of your efforts thus far, I will release fairies to Ordon Spring." — Great Fairy (Twilight Princess HD)
  34. "You cleared many ordeals... How impressive. In praise of your courage, I will give you this blessing." — Great Fairy (Twilight Princess HD)
  35. "If ever you need my assistance again, visit any spring." — Great Fairy (Twilight Princess HD)
  36. "A small token of gratitude." — Great Rupee Fairy (A Link Between Worlds)
  37. "Let me give you this bottle. May it prove useful in your travels." — Great Rupee Fairy (A Link Between Worlds)
  38. "[...]But as time passed, fewer and fewer travellers arrived to offer me rupees. As a result, my power has abandoned me." — Cotera (Breath of the Wild)