Sweetie and Boyfriend
|Sweetie and Boyfriend|
Sweetie is a stubborn young woman who was trapped in the Dark World when Iris, a novice magician, tried spells from memory in the hopes of being teleported back to home but instead summoned the house of Sweetie and her Boyfriend along with Sweetie inside. The Links learn that Sweetie and her boyfriend have been fighting and that it is all Sweetie's fault. Sweetie gives the Links a letter for her boyfriend, meant to repair their relationship. If they successfully bring the letter to Sweetie's Boyfriend who is in the Village of the Blue Maiden, the Links will be rewarded with the Roc's Feather, a gift he received from her girlfriend.
When the Links bring Iris her Magic Book back, the novice magician sends the house, along with Sweetie, back to the Light World. Sweetie's Boyfriend will accept her apology and the two will make up.
- "My girl and I were fighting. I took off, and when I came back, my house was gone! I went to her place, but all I found was this strange mage and a Seeker. Where's my house? Where's my girlfriend!?! Ah...I've lost everything... What am I supposed to do now?" — Man Who Lost His House (Four Swords Adventures)
- "My...boyfriend and I had a fight. It's my fault for always being so stubborn. It can't end over something like this. Will I never see him again?" — Sweetie (Four Swords Adventures)
- Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 265
- "My name's Iris! I'm a novice magician. I lost my magic book, and now I don't have the magic to get back home. I tried some spells from memory, and I got this tiny house to appear... But it's so frustrating! Where in the world could my book have gone?" — Iris (Four Swords Adventures)
- "Sweetie gave me this feather as a good-luck charm..." — Sweetie's Man Who Lost His House (Four Swords Adventures)
- "...Say, what's that? It's my book!!! Well, I'll be! Pretty impressive for such a little fella. ... ... ... Hm? The guy who owns this house is upset? Oh! I didn't think anyone owned it! I thought I'd just magicked it out of nowhere! I'd better return it right away. Here, check this out! As long as I have this book, I can do anything! I really must return this. Abra this, hocus that, shallabazoo! Boo!" — Iris (Four Swords Adventures)