"Wayfarer's Words" are a series of stone tablets that appear in Phantom Hourglass.
Location and Uses
A total of four tablets are scattered throughout Molida Island. As its name implies, they were written by Old Wayfarer as a way to record his adventures of when he was trying to get through the foggy passage that covers the entrance to the Northwestern Sea, as well as the places he saw upon finally sailing the passage and arriving to the Isle of Gust.
Although many of the citizens of Molida Island dislike the stone tablets, they are helpful in finding Old Wayfarer's second hideout. By digging in the place where the four stone tablets intersect, Link will discover a hole that leads to the hideout, as well as the correct route the young hero must take in order to get through the foggy passage and reach the Isle of Gust.
The contents of each of the stone tablets are as follows:
Wayfarer's Words No. 1
"I tried sailing through the foggy passage to the north sea. Tried and failed. I found myself sailing back to the same point, so I abandoned my voyage..."
Wayfarer's Words No. 2
"I made my way through the fog to the north sea, where I first spied the island! What a place, ravaged by winds! How could I name it anything but Isle of Gust..."
Wayfarer's Words No. 3
"But the Isle of Gust was only one of many islands beyond that foggy passage. I will see them all! It's my life's dream! It's the only way to live!"
Wayfarer's Words No. 4
"What a discovery! On the Isle of Gust, a temple reached into the sky itself! But a temple to what? For whom? My curiosity must be satisfied..."
|Names in Other Regions|
|FrenchCA||Notes de voyage|
|FrenchEU||Notes de voyage|
|Italian||Diario di bordo|
|SpanishEU||Cuaderno de bitácora|
|SpanishLA||Cuaderno de bitácora|
- "Oh, just look at this stone tablet! The guy who lives nearby, Romanos, had a father who scattered these here. They're left as testament to his trip to the Isle of Gust, but they're a big nuisance!" — Molida Islander (Phantom Hourglass)
- "It's under the spot where the lines drawn between my stone tablets intersect. It's brilliant, if I do say so myself..." — Wayfarer's Journal (Phantom Hourglass)