Location and Uses
When Link speaks to Borville about his debt in Telma's Bar, he mentions he was going to sell the Wooden Statue, but it was stolen after he placed it outside to dry after it got covered in medicine. Following the Medicine Scent, Link is eventually led to Telma's cat, Louise, who confesses that although she did steal the statue, it was stolen from her by Stalhounds. Link must then defeat the Stalhounds situated south of the Castle Town to retrieve the statue.
Once Link shows the statue to Ilia, she recovers part of her memory and urges Link to save the person who gave her the statue. Just then, Gor Coron remembers that the statue used to belong to the Sheikah tribe, which leads Link to the Hidden Village.
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||木彫りの像 (Kibori no zō)||Wood carved statue|
|French||Statuette en bois||Wooden little statue|
|Italian||Statua di legno|
|SpanishEU||Figurilla de Madera||Wooden Figurine|
- Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 143
- "You're looking for the wooden statue that Ilia had, aren't you, dear? Think it's a coincidence that I happen to know it got stolen from the doctor's place? No... Yes, I admit it...I took it. But then I was attacked by some sort of skeletal dog beasts who took it from me." — Louise (Twilight Princess)
- "I... I remember something... I was confined somewhere... Yes, and I was saved by whoever was confined with me... And when that person set me free, they gave me this statue..." — Ilia (Twilight Princess)
- "I REMEMBER! I thought I had seen that before somewhere... That belonged to the tribe that protected the Hylian royal family long ago. They worked in secret, so they lived in a lonely, forgotten place." — Gor Coron (Twilight Princess)