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Stranger

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Stranger
Stranger.gif
Gender Male
Game(s)
Other Media
Era Force Era
Family Wind Tribe

Stranger is a character in The Minish Cap.

Biography

Stranger lives in a Hyrule Town's house with a yellow roof. Although he does not reveal it at first, it is discovered later on that he is a member of the Wind Tribe who recently moved to Hyrule Town.[1] When Link Fuses Kinstones with him, a magic circle will appear in South Hyrule Field near Link's House, which allows the young hero to teleport to the Cloud Tops.

Other Appearances

The Minish Cap (Himekawa)

Stranger appears in the The Minish Cap manga by Akira Himekawa, where he encounters Link and requests to see the young hero's Map. He explains to Link that he's searching for Gustaf's tomb and requests that the young hero visit Royal Valley in his place due to being unaccustomed to walking on the ground. He gives Link a Kinstone Bag in exchange for going and explains their purpose before disappearing into the wind.

Later, when Link is in the Royal Crypt, he is attacked by the spirit of Gustaf, who stops shortly after seeing a Kinstone fall out of Link's bag. Gustaf recognizes them as a sign from the Wind Tribe and directs Link to the Source of the Flow, leading to the Cloud Tops.

Nomenclature

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
Language Name Meaning
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland EnglishUK Stranger
French Republic FrenchEU Voyageur Traveler
Federal Republic of Germany German Fremder Same as English.
Italian Republic Italian Visitatore città City visitor
Kingdom of Spain SpanishEU Forastero Same as English.

References

  1. "I come from a faraway land. You can tell by my clothing, can't you? [...] I'm thinking about calling my family over soon. Living with your feet on the ground is not so bad, I've decided." — Stranger (The Minish Cap)