Grantéson

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Grantéson,(TotK)[5] also known as Granté,(BotW)[6] is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.

Biography

Breath of the Wild

Granté is a half-Hylian, half-Sheikah merchant, who is the son of the researchers Robbie and Jerrin.[4] Robbie recalls that Granté grew quickly, and he used to train his body by carrying the Blue Flame from Tumlea Heights.[7] Before Granté left the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab, Robbie wrote to Purah to ask if he could study with her at the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab, but she refused any guests.[8]

Seeing Granté's curiosity, Robbie encouraged him to travel.[9][10] On the day his father suggested he should explore the outside world, Granté left his home.[11] During this time, he traveled the world whilst studying ancient civilizations.[12]

Granté appears on the porch of one of the Houses in Tarrey Town after the "From the Ground Up" Side Quest is complete. When Link first meets Granté, he asks if he is also traveling throughout the world.[13] If Link says he is doing something like that, Granté is excited to meet someone else like him.[14]

Granté sells Armor Sets to Link that have no other method of being replaced after Link loses them,[15] such as Expansion Pass Armor Sets or those found within Ancient Shrines.[16][17] However, he is unable to sell Armor that Link has not previously obtained.[18][19] He will also sell Link a new Hylian Shield for 3,000 Rupees if the original is lost or broken.

Link can also sell Items to Granté. He asks to see what Link has,[20][21] in addition to warning him not to make a mistake when choosing what to sell.[22]

Wares and Pricing

Item Description Price

Old Shirt
A thin shirt made long ago. It's coming apart at the seams, but it's better than nothing. The sleeves are a bit on the short side.

Well-Worn Trousers
These old trousers are threadbare in spots, but they're surprisingly comfortable. The legs are a bit too short, though.

Rubber Helm
A helmet made from ancient techniques and electricity-resistant material. It's made from something called "rubber," a material that can no longer be found.
4,000 Rupees

Rubber Armor
This armor has built-in electricity resistance thanks to its source material—an ancient marvel called "rubber." Such technology does not exist in this modern age.
4,000 Rupees

Rubber Tights
These invaluable tights are resistant to electricity. They're made with something called "rubber," an ancient technology that no longer exists in this modern age.
4,000 Rupees

Climber's Bandanna
It may look like a regular bandanna, but it's actually infused with ancient technology that enhances core strength to improve your climbing ability.
4,000 Rupees

Climbing Gear
The ancient technology in this gear will make you a better climber. The special no-slip gloves help you use your energy more efficiently to facilitate nimble climbing.
4,000 Rupees

Climbing Boots
These rock-climbing boots have special no-slip toes that help you cling to walls. This ancient technology facilitates more nimble climbing.
4,000 Rupees

Barbarian Helm
A helmet once worn by the warriors of an ancient warlike tribe from the Faron region. Wearing it draws out your inner animal, increasing your strength and battle prowess.
4,000 Rupees

Barbarian Armor
Armor once favored by an ancient warlike tribe from the Faron region. The war paint bolsters your fighting spirit and raises your attack power.
4,000 Rupees

Barbarian Leg Wraps
These leg wraps were favored by a warlike tribe from the Faron region long ago. They're adorned with traditional markings that bolster your fighting spirit to raise your attack power.
4,000 Rupees

Sand Boots
Gerudo artisans modified these boots for life in the desert. The special soles distribute your body weight evenly so you can maintain your normal movement speed on sand.
800 Rupees

Snow Boots
Boots designed for hiking up snowy mountains. They evenly distribute your body weight so you can maintain your normal movement speed on deep snow.
800 Rupees

Hylian Shield
A shield passed down through the Hyrulean royal family, along with the legend of the hero who wielded it. Its defensive capabilities and durability outshine all other shields.
3,000 Rupees

Salvager Headwear
[Collaboration: Xenoblade Chronicles 2]
Essential gear used by a boy who seeks sunken treasure in the Cloud Sea.
It's a rather rare find.

Salvager Vest
[Collaboration: Xenoblade Chronicles 2]
Essential gear used by a boy who seeks sunken treasure in the Cloud Sea.
It's a rather rare find.

Salvager Trousers
[Collaboration: Xenoblade Chronicles 2]
Essential gear used by a boy who seeks sunken treasure in the Cloud Sea.
They're a rather rare find.

Nintendo Switch Shirt
Expansion Pass Bonus
A shirt with the Nintendo Switch logo on it. It's a rather rare find, so wear it with pride!

Korok Mask
A mask inspired by those fun-loving Koroks. It shakes when one is hiding nearby.
It's a rather rare find.

Majora's Mask
An eerie mask passed down from ancient times. Wearing it makes it harder for certain enemies to spot you. It's a rather rare find.

Tingle's Hood
There was once a man who claimed to be the very reincarnation of a fairy. He treasured this hood, and so will you. After all, it's a rather rare find. Kooloo-Limpah!

Tingle's Shirt
There was once a man who claimed to be the very reincarnation of a fairy. He treasured this shirt, and so will you. After all, it's a rather rare find. Kooloo-Limpah!

Tingle's Tights
There was once a man who claimed to be the very reincarnation of a fairy. He treasured these tights, and so will you. After all, it's a rather rare find. Kooloo-Limpah!

Midna's Helmet
A helmet much like the one Midna wore when she fought alongside the Hero of Twilight.
It's a rather rare find.

Phantom Helmet
Myths abound about armored phantoms that terrorized brave heroes. This helmet looks just like the ones they supposedly wore.
It's a rather rare find.

Phantom Armor
Myths abound about armored phantoms that terrorized brave heroes. This piece looks just like the armor they supposedly wore.
It's a rather rare find.

Phantom Greaves
Myths abound about armored phantoms that terrorized brave heroes. These greaves looks just like the ones they supposedly wore.
It's a rather rare find.

Island Lobster Shirt
The Hero of Winds once wore this shirt on the quaint island he called home. They say he wielded the wind to travel the ocean wide. It's a rather rare find.

Ravio's Hood
The hood of a traveling merchant who had a bracelet that could turn the wearer into a painting. Wearing it increases your sideways climbing speed. It's a rather rare find.

Zant's Helmet
The ruthless Usurper King of the Twilight Realm wore a helmet much like this one... It's a rather rare find.

Royal Guard Cap
This spiffy cap is part of the uniform for Hyrule's Royal Guard. It's lighter than it looks and easy to move around in.
It's a rather rare find.

Royal Guard Uniform
The dignified uniform for Hyrule's Royal Guard. It's made of lightweight materials and is both stylish and practical. It's a rather rare find.

Royal Guard Boots
These boots are part of the uniform for Hyrule's Royal Guard. They're a fine blend of style and function and a rather rare find.

Phantom Ganon Skull
Some believe this eerie headgear is inspirited by a dark entity resembling the Great King of Evil himself. It's a rather rare find.

Phantom Ganon Armor
Some believe this armor is inspirited by a dark entity resembling the Great King of Evil himself. It's a rather rare find.

Phantom Ganon Greaves
Some believe these greaves are inspirited by a dark entity resembling the Great King of Evil himself. They're a rather rare find.

Tears of the Kingdom

Grantéson now works for Hudson Construction, having changed his name to get a job with the company.[23] He helps Link build his House during the "Home on Arrange" Side Quest by selling him rooms to use for House building, as well as verifying the House meets the construction guidelines.

Nomenclature

Grantéson's name is derived from pomegranate. As of Tears of the Kingdom, he has added the "-son" suffix to his name, signifying his employment by Hudson Construction.

Names in Other Regions
LanguageNames
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
EnglishBR
Granté (BotW)
Japan
Japanese
  • グラネット (BotW)
  • グラネッダ (Guranedda) (TotK)
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
ChineseTR
  • 古拉內圖 (Gǔlānèitú) (BotW)
  • 古拉內達 (Gǔlānèidá) (TotK)
The People's Republic of China
ChineseSI
  • 古拉内图 (Gǔlānèitú) (BotW)
  • 古拉内达 (Gǔlānèidá) (TotK)
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Dutch
Granté (BotW)
Canada
FrenchCA
  • Nad (BotW)
  • Nadieh (TotK)
The French Republic
FrenchEU
  • Nad (BotW)
  • Nadieh (TotK)
The Federal Republic of Germany
German
  • Gratian (BotW)
  • Gratianda (TotK)
The Italian Republic
Italian
  • Granté (BotW)
  • Granteda (TotK)
The Republic of Korea
Korean
그랜슨 (TotK)
Latin America
SpanishLA
Grante (BotW)
The Kingdom of Spain
SpanishEU
  • Granthe (BotW)
  • Karanthe (TotK)
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See Also

References

  1. Creating a Champion, Dark Horse Books, pg. 101
  2. "[You're married?] Yes, indeed! Together we run the Akkala Ancient Tech Lab. I've got a son, as well!" — Jerrin (Breath of the Wild)
  3. 3.0 3.1 "I've got one son. His name is Granté." — Jerrin (Breath of the Wild)
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Some time later, Jerrin gave birth to a baby boy, a beautiful young one who bore all the features of his mother. We decided to name him Granté, and together we passed the time as a happy family at Akkala Ancient Tech Lab." — Robbie's Memoirs (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Grantéson" — Game Screen (Tears of the Kingdom)
  6. "Granté" — Game Screen (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "Granté grew fast, and it wasn’t long before he towered over me! He loved to carry the blue flame from Tumlea Heights, calling it a chance to train his body." — Robbie's Memoirs (Breath of the Wild)
  8. "A few days before he left, I thought it might be a good idea to have Granté study with Dr. Purah. I wrote to her to ask what she thought of such an idea, and she sent a letter that simply said… "Don’t send anyone here!"" — Robbie's Memoirs (Breath of the Wild)
  9. "I could see the curiosity in his eyes, and so I encouraged him to travel the world and see as much as he could." — Robbie's Memoirs (Breath of the Wild)
  10. "That's why my father told me to go out and see the world!" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  11. "He'd always been independent. But I was still surprised when, the very day I told him to travel, he left!" — Robbie's Memoirs (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "I'm Granté, a dashing, novice researcher of ancient civilizations! I've still got a lot to learn, though..." — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "Are you also making your way through the world?" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "Oh! You too, huh? I’m beside myself with glee!" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "Do you want to take a look at my rare-armor collection? It's incredible" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "I got a complete set of this rare gear. It's rubber...something-something." — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  17. "A complete set of rare gear, called barbarian...something or other." — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  18. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild—The Complete Official Guide, Piggyback Interactive Limited, pg. 348
  19. "I'm looking to get a set of rare armor in stock soon! It's called...umm...climb something or other..." — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  20. "How about in your pouch?" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  21. "Please show me!" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  22. "Don't make a mistake when choosing!" — Granté (Breath of the Wild)
  23. "[Speaking of his family, it sounds like their son Granté, moved to Tarrey Town - that village northeast of here. They tell me he's so desperate for a job that he even changed his name! Don't ask me to what though." — Nikki (Tears of the Kingdom)