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King Oberon as he appears in "Fairies in the Spring"
King Oberon plays a minor role in the two episodes in which he appears. In "Kiss'n Tell", he is briefly mentioned by Spryte at the end of the episode, where she reveals for the first time that her father is the king of fairies and, as such, she is a princess. In "Fairies in the Spring", King Oberon is worried about how the nearly-completed Royal Water Park is draining the water supply of the Fairy Spring. However, once King Harkinian explains to Oberon that they will no longer take the spring's water but instead use magic ponds, the fairy king forgives all and asks if he can visit the water park, to which King Harkinian obviously permits. At the water park, King Oberon is seen going down one of the slides along with Link and Zelda, and shortly after he welcomes back Spryte from her trip.
- Oberon is the name of the legendary king of the fairies in medieval and Renaissance literature. He is best known as a character in William Shakespeare's play, A Midsummer Night's Dream
- "That's right, my dear. I'm afraid our water park was hooked into the fairy water supply. And the fairy king here got worried. Perfectly natural for them to defend it, eh?" — King Harkinian (The Legend of Zelda TV Series, Episode 11 )
- "Spryte, my daughter! You're back from your trip!" — King Oberon (The Legend of Zelda TV Series, Episode 11 )
- "May I visit this water park?" — King Oberon (The Legend of Zelda TV Series, Episode 11 )
- "Why of course, old boy! Anything for a fellow king." — King Harkinian (The Legend of Zelda TV Series, Episode 11 )