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Jacob

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Jacob
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Race
Gender
Male[1]
Other media
Family
Roperi (daughter)[1]
Roperi's Mother (wife)

Jacob is a character in the Oracle of Ages manga by Akira Himekawa

Biography

Prior the events of the manga, Jacob lived with his wife and young daughter, Roperi. When Queen Ambi began to construct the black tower, citizens of Labrynna where taken as slaves to build it, including Jacob.[1] Since then Roperi has worried about him.[2]

Jacob is first seen during a rebellion against building the tower.[3] Sir Raven, who has arrived to quell the violence, calls out to Jacob.[4] Raven says he told him to wait until the signal was given and asks if he is aware of how worried Roperi is.[5] Jacob apologizes and says they cannot stop it now.[6] Meanwhile at her home in the hidden village, Roperi hopes her father will come home in time to see her flower bloom.[7]

Jacob is last seen at the manga's end, reunited with his family after the defeat of Ganon.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "I can't tell you how many people are suffering because of that tower. Roperi's father went four months ago, and she hasn't seen him since." (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 83)
  2. "I...I want to go, too! I'm worried about my dad..." (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 89)
  3. "Destroy the tower! It's brought us only suffering!" (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 114)
  4. "Jacob!" (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 115)
  5. "Are you crazy! I told you to wait until the signal was given! Do you know how worried Roperi is about you?" (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 115)
  6. "Sorry, Raven. But we can't stop it now!" (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 115)
  7. "I hope dad comes home in time to see the flower bloom." (Oracle of Ages (Himekawa) (VIZ Media), pg. 118)