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Ribbon

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Ribbon
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Link receiving the Ribbon in Link's Awakening
Game(s)
Use(s) Trade for Dog Food
Wooing Rosa

The Ribbon is an item that has been seen twice in The Legend of Zelda series, serving two different purposes.

Appearances

Link's Awakening

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The Ribbon in Link's Awakening serves as the second item in the game's Trading Sequence. In Mabe Village, the mother of the quadruplets says that her baby wants a Yoshi Doll, which can be won in the village's Trendy Game.[1] When Link gives her the doll, he will be rewarded with the Ribbon. The Ribbon then has to be exchanged to an ill-conceited Chain Chomp, who lives in a side room of Madam MeowMeow's house, for a can of Dog Food.[2]

Because part of the Link's Awakening Trading Sequence is required in order to progress further in the game, it is required that Link obtains the Ribbon and trades it.

Oracle of Seasons

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In Oracle of Seasons, Link must give the Ribbon to a Subrosian celebrity named Rosa so he could "date" her.[3] This is necessary to obtain a Key which allows Link to enter the Summer Tower of the Temple of Seasons.[4]

Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese リボン (Ribon) Ribbon
French-speaking countries French Ruban
Federal Republic of Germany German Schleife
Italian Republic Italian Fiocco
Spanish-speaking countries Spanish Lazo

References

  1. "By the way, my baby wants a Yoshi Doll. I saw one at the Trendy Game, but I couldn't get it." — Papahl's Wife (Link's Awakening)
  2. "Make-up! Jewels! Dresses! I want it all! Sigh... And some new accessories would be nice... Oh! That Ribbon! I need it! Will you trade for my dog food?" — Chain Chomp (Link's Awakening)
  3. "Since you're so nice, I'll go on a date with you." — Rosa (Oracle of Seasons)
  4. "Rosa's key can open any door, even ones in the temple." — Subrosian (Oracle of Seasons)