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Miff

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Miff
Miff, as she appears in the Legend of Zelda comic
Race Fairy
Gender Female
Other Media

Miff is a Fairy appearing in the The Legend of Zelda comics by Valiant Comics published by Valiant Comics. She seems to be modeled after the fairies that appear in the original The Legend of Zelda and The Adventure of Link, much like Spryte, and she lives in North Palace along with Link and Princess Zelda.

Biography

Miff is an outspoken fairy who sometimes accompanies Link and Zelda throughout their adventures. Despite this, she often chastises the two heroes for their tendency to act without thinking.[1][2] In To the First Power, Miff finds Zelda inside Level-1 while the princess is polishing her skills. When Zelda tells Miff that she is training under Link's guidance, an astonished Miff criticizes her and explains that Zelda cannot hope to fight through the Underworld's labyrinths using Link's way since she considers that the young hero only survives because of his "dumb luck and brute force."[1] Despite this, she continues to help Zelda make her way out of the labyrinth after they both find a bow.[3]

Later, in Day of the Triforce, Miff follows Zelda to Death Mountain after the fairy hears that the princess was determined to fight Ganon alone, fearing that Zelda might need her healing powers.[4] However, she ends up being captured by two hungry Goriyas, and it isn't until Zelda hears her screams for help that the princess saves Miff from almost being eaten.[5] Once Miff and Zelda make their way out of Death Mountain, the princess asks her to heal an injured Rus, and the fairy gladly and easily does so.[6]

Miff last appears in Assault and Choices, where she accompanies Link as he is venturing through Death Mountain to save Princess Zelda from Ganon. As the two are making their way through the Underworld, Miff continuously scolds Link for not being more careful about how he fights,[2] calling him a "maniac" and "dumb barbarian" for charging blindly at enemies and not using his head to solve puzzles.[7][8]

Trivia

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Are you out of your mind!?! Link is an idiot! Link survives on dumb luck and brute force! He's built like a rock with a head to match!" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 7 [To the First Power])
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Stop charging around without thinking, Link! What if it had been a trap?" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 2 [Assault])
  3. "(Further into the underworld...) Miff: Behold the treasure of the Eagle Labyrinth!
    Zelda: A magic bow!"
    (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 8 (Issue #2))
  4. "When I found out you had come here, I followed you! I thought you might need help--! And I FEARED you'd need my healing power!" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 8)
  5. "I had a clear short at Ganon--but then I heard your cries for help!" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 8)
  6. "Of course, princess! If I can restore health to a lug like Link, a cute kid like this will be easy!" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 10)
  7. "You maniac! Why can't you ever be careful? I could have been squashed flat! You didn't even LOOK to see if I was out of range of flying derbis--! Bash! Right through the wall!" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 2 [Assault])
  8. "STOP! You dumb barbarian! Think THINK! Just ONCE use your head for something other than keeping your ears apart!" (The Legend of Zelda (Valiant Comics), pg. 7 [Assault])