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Mayro is a character in Breath of the Wild.[1]


Mayro is a regular at the Foothill Stable in Eldin. He can be found inside the lodge admiring a painting displayed on its wall, which depicts the Stable in Trilby Valley. Mayro comments that the painting was painted by the Stable owner Ozunda, and is so captivated by its composition that he cannot stop looking at it.[2] He adds that the Stable in the painting appears to be depicted from a southern direction.[3] Speaking to him initiates the "A Landscape of a Stable" Shrine Quest, in which the painting provides a clue to finding the Tah Muhl Shrine.

After Link finds the Tah Muhl Shrine, Mayro realizes that there is an Ancient Shrine on the painting's left-hand side. He finds it unusual that a Shrine would be there, and questions who would even go to find it.[4] He is then surprised to hear that Link has already visited it, and admits that there are people determined enough to explore every bit of the world.[5]


  1. "Mayro" — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Have you come to look at this picture too? It's so beautiful... I could spend hours just looking at it. This painting was made by Ozunda, the owner of this stable, or so I hear. That volcano in the background... It's so majestic. And the stable is subtle in the scenery." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "I think the stable was painted from a southern direction... The composition is just so impressive..." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "Oh... There's a shrine on the left-hand side of the picture... I never noticed that shrine before. I've looked at this painting so much, and I never noticed it... Must be because that's an odd place for a shrine to be located. Who would go to a shrine there, anyway?" — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Wait, what? You went there? I guess for some people, there's nothing to stop them from traveling the world." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)