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Mesa

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For the location in Twilight Princess, see Gerudo Mesa.
Mesa
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Race
Gender
Male[1]
Main appearance(s)
Era(s)

Mesa is a character in The Wind Waker.[2]

Biography

Mesa is a timid, orange-garbed single resident of Outset Island with a vegetable patch full of weeds, which he tries to get rid of for most of the year. He lazily weeds his garden all year until the threat of monsters messes with his schedule and, because of this, he sleeps in the day and is awake at night. Mesa is also the only villager to live on the western island of Outset Island. In his house there is a secret room which can be entered by crawling through a hole under his bed — the only interest of this room is that there is a chest containing 20 Rupees.

Mesa (Figurine from The Wind Waker)
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Mesa
Birthplace: Outset Island
Personality: Slacker

Mesa performs his chores at very much his own pace. His vegetable patch is always full of weeds and he spends most of the year trying to clear it out.

He's surprisingly timid and often can't fall asleep at night. He's currently looking for a wife.

Nomenclature

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LanguageName
FranceFrenchEUAndré (TWWHD)[3]
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References

  1. "Mesa performs his chores at very much his own pace. His vegetable patch is always full of weeds and he spends most of the year trying to clear it out. He's surprisingly timid and often can't fall asleep at night. He's currently looking for a wife." — Mesa (The Wind Waker)
  2. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 258(TWW)
  3. Encyclopedia (Les Éditions Soleil) pg. 258