Bremor

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Bremor is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.[1] Bremor goes unnamed in Majora's Mask.

Biography

Majora's Mask



The Minish Cap

Bremor is a Carpenter that first appears alongside the other Carpenters repairing the northern entrance to Hyrule Town after Princess Zelda is turned to stone by Vaati. The Carpenters are later found repairing an area in the Eastern Hills after Link obtains the Earth Element from Deepwood Shrine.

After Link obtains the Flippers, Bremor can be found standing next to the Post Office in Hyrule Town, where he expresses his desire to cheer up Mutoh.[2] Once Gorman has filled the blue-roofed Vacant House with a tenant, Bremor will Fuse Kinstone Pieces with Link,[3] resulting in Mutoh being inspired to build a brand-new Vacant House that can then be occupied by a second tenant.

After a successful Fusion, he will express his gratitude that Mutoh has gone back to normal.[4] After this, Bremor disappears from Hyrule Town and does not make another appearance for the remainder of the game.

Nomenclature

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
John (TMC)[7]
The Italian Republic
Italian
Fiffo (MM3D | TMC)[5][6]
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
Mita (TMC)[8]
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See Also

References

  1. Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 270 (TMC)
  2. "Lately, Mutoh’s been grumbling about how there’s no work with any punch. I wish I could do something about that, but I don’t even know what he means!" — Bremor (The Minish Cap)
  3. "You want to fuse Kinstones? I hope they fit!" — Bremor (The Minish Cap)
  4. "I’m so glad the boss is back to his usual self. It just makes you grateful the good times, you know?" — Bremor (The Minish Cap)
  5. "Mi spiace, Fiffo... Io scappo..." — Mack (Ocarina of Time 3D, Italian localization)
  6. Encyclopedia, Magazzini Salani, pg. 270
  7. Encyclopedia, TOKYOPOP, pg. 270
  8. Encyclopedia, Norma Editorial, pg. 270