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Maronie
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Maronie is a character in Phantom Hourglass.[2]

Biography



Maronie is the wife of the Old Wayfarer and the mother of Romanos.

After being overtaken by fog in his pursuit of the Ghost Ship, Link speaks to Maronie. She tells him about her husband, who she hasn't seen in over a year. She also tells Link about her son Romanos.[1]

She doesn't allow Link to enter the cave behind her home until he speaks to Romanos.[3][4]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "What?! You want to sail to the island up in the Northwestern Sea?! My husband...called that place the Isle of Gust. He used to talk about how he had visited that island. My husband...was once content to be a fisherman, until he left this place. He sought uncharted lands. At least that's what he said when he finally left. He refused to work, instead ruining his boat by braving the northern fog repeatedly! The last time we saw him was over a year ago...My son Romanos, who's at home right now, might know a little more. But that boy hasn't worked in a long time either. He's peeved at his dad, I think. He might get upset if you mention the Isle of Gust..." — Maronie (Phantom Hourglass)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 282
  3. "Young man! You mustn't go into that cave. Dangerous monsters have been seen there lately! Now be a good boy. Don't go anywhere near it." — Maronie (Phantom Hourglass)
  4. "Oh, what? Well, if my son has said it's all right... Then go on in. There's no stopping you, is there? But, please, don't do anything too dangerous!" — Maronie (Phantom Hourglass)