|Era||Era of the Great Sea|
|Mila's Father (Figurine from The Wind Waker)|
|Birthplace: Windfall Island|
Favorite Thing: Money
His hobby was once collecting expensive vases, but unfortunately, they were the kind of vase one wants to break as soon as one catches sight of them.
Those who did and were forced to compensate him for his loss were said to regret it afterward.
Mila's father is the very rich man that lives in the Auction House on Windfall Island. If Link should break one of his vases, he forces him to pay the sum of ten Rupees to replace it. If Link has insufficient funds to compensate Mila's father for the damages, he'll be accused of being cheeky and rude.
When his daughter Mila was kidnapped and trapped in the Forsaken Fortress, he spends all of his Rupees paying Tetra and the pirates for her rescue. He couldn't sleep knowing Mila was in danger, and, realizing he loved his daughter more than riches, he gave up everything. Eventually, he went from being the richest man in Windfall to being the poorest, but learned a valuable lesson about the relative insignificance of money.
He claims he cannot go out and look for a job due to the back problems he has had as of late.
- After Mila is returned, Mila's Father claims to have encountered Tetra, who demanded a reward for rescuing his daughter; however, Tetra was with Link when he confronted Ganondorf and was subsequently taken below the waves to Hyrule, meaning the girls were somehow delivered back to Windfall in the short time Link spent battling the Helmaroc King.
- If the figurine of Mila's father is acquired before the return of his daughter, the Figurine will only show him in his rich clothes. Once she's returned, it will update to include him wearing rags.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||ムールの父 (Mūru no Chichi)||Moule's Father|
|FrenchEU||Père de Mina||Mina's Father|
|German||Felizitas' Vater||Felizitas' Father|
|Italian||Padre di Mina||Mina's Father|
|SpanishEU||Padre de Felicitas||Felicitas' Father|
|SpanishLA||Padre de Mila||Mila's Father|
- "His hobby was once collecting expensive vases, but unfortunately, they were the kind of vase one wants to break as soon as one catches sight of them. Those who did and were forced to compensate him for his loss were said to regret it afterward." — Mila's Father Figurine (The Wind Waker)
- "Mila's Father" (Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books), pg. 258(TWW))
- "Do you think you can just break someone's vases and leave without paying for them? I must chortle at your naivete! Ho ho! Those happen to be extremely high-class bone-china vases that run a minimum of 10 Rupees each!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "Hrrrgh! Of all the cheekiness! I can't BELIEVE you'd go around breaking people's vases when you so clearly lack the money to pay for them! Such rudeness!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "But one day, a monstrous bird came and took me away to a terrible place called the Forsaken Fortress, where I was locked up and held captive. Oh, it was awful! My father spent every last Rupee in his coffers in an attempt to get me rescued." — Mila (The Wind Waker)
- "As it turns out, my dear Mila was saved by a group of kind pirates. The pirates had a leader... Tetra, I believe she said her name was. I was most grateful. She did demand a rather hefty reward, though... Thanks to them, my fortune has vanished! ...We've hit rock bottom!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "Oh, to see my sweet Mila again... My precious little daughter... I worry so over her welfare. I can't recall the last time I slept more than a wink!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "You are a brave boy to take on this task. I assure you, if you do rescue her, I will pay you...as much money as it takes. I'd give my entire fortune for her safety!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "But...my little Mila is alive and home safe where she belongs, so I can't complain. A daughter is more important than money." — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "My daughter and I have managed to eke out a decent life, and in the process, I've realized a great truth... There is something more important than money in the world... I think at long last I've finally come to understand just what true happiness really is. ...And I'm thankful for it." — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
- "Hmmm... The look in your eyes seems to imply that you have something to say. Well? What is it? Are you suggesting that I should go to work, too? Owwww! But OH! My back has truly been hurting me of late... Really, just ACHING... If I were twenty years younger..." — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)