Ami is a character in Breath of the Wild.
Ami is a child who lives at the Wetland Stable on the edge of the Lanayru Wetlands. His brother Izra will direct Link to him for directions, stating it is great to have a little brother who pulls his weight. During the day, Ami can be found watching Yolero practice with his "Master Torch" by the Cooking Pot. If it rains, Ami will seek shelter in the Stable. At night, he sleeps in one of the Beds inside.
The first time Link speaks to Ami, he will sigh. When asked what is wrong, Ami explains that while his older brothers get to play all day long, he is forced to stay by the Wetland Stable and give directions. Link inquires further, at which point Ami reveals that the Stable Association requires each Stable to have an individual ready to give directions to visitors. Since Ami is the only resident of Wetland Stable with a grasp on geography, this job has fallen to him.
On subsequent visits, Ami proclaims that his life is a joke, before he asks Link what he wants to know about the surrounding area. When asked what is to the east, Ami will explain that Zora's Domain is about the only thing in that direction. If Link asks about the west, Ami mocks Link and explains Hyrule Castle is that way. He also shares that he has heard about a hidden escape route from the Castle called the East Passage, which was supposedly made for the Royal Family of Hyrule. To the north, he explains that there is Death Mountain and other things.
When Link tries to leave, Ami will ask if he wants to know what is to the south. If Link denies him, Ami says that he will see him around. If Link agrees, Ami reveals that he wishes he knew but he has never been able to leave Wetland Stable. He tells Link to ask around at Riverside Stable if he wants to know.
Ami is a Hebrew name meaning "trustworthy" and "reliable," and it was used by a servant of Solomon in the Hebrew Bible. Another variation of the name translates to "my people" or "my nation."
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "If you want to learn about the area, you should go talk to Ami. It's so nice to have a little brother who can really pull his weight." — Izra (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 "[What's the matter?] My older brothers Izra and Yolero play all day long, but I have to stay here and give directions." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "Ami" — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "Zzz..." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "Hah..." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "[Directions?] Yeah. Chapter four, article nine of the Stable Association Regulations states: "Each stable must have personnel ready to give directions to visitors at all times."" — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "And somehow I got stuck with this dumb job instead of playing like my brothers. I guess that's what I get for being the only person at Wetland Stable with a grasp on geography..." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "My life is a joke. OK, let's get this over with. What do you want to know about the surrounding area?" — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "[What's to the east?] Zora's Domain.
That's about it." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "[What's to the west?] Great question, Mr. Perceptive. Hyrule Castle." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "There's a hidden escape route from Hyrule Castle called the East Passage. I hear it leads directly into the castle. It was made for the old royal family though, so who knows if it's still usable." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "[What's to the north?] You know—Death Mountain and some other junk." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "You want to know what's south of here?" — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ "[No, thanks...] See you around..." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 "[Yeah.] Me too, but I never get to leave this stable. If you really want to know, you should go ask at Riverside Stable." — Ami (Breath of the Wild)
- ↑ Meaning, origin and history of the name Ami (1)(web archive), Behind the Name, published January 22, 2019, retrieved November 13, 2022.
- ↑ Meaning, origin and history of the name Ami (4)(web archive), Behind the Name, published June 13, 2019, retrieved November 13, 2022.