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Marshall is a character in The Minish Cap.[1]


Marshall first appears in Hyrule Town during the Picori Festival, where he tells the story of the Picori Blade to Berry and Joel while Princess Zelda listens.[2][3]

After Princess Zelda is turned to stone, Marshall can be found near the Happy Hearth Inn and Mayor Hagen's House, where he will ask Link about the Inn.[4] He also approves of Mayor Hagen.[5] After Vaati transforms Hyrule Castle into Dark Hyrule Castle, Marshall disappears from Hyrule Town and does not appear for the remainder of the game.

He is one of the potential characters to have a random Kinstone Fusion available.[6]


Marshall is an English surname derived from the Germanic roots marah, meaning "horse," and scalc, meaning "servant."[7]

Names in Other Regions
マサ (Masa)[9]
The Federal Republic of Germany
The Italian Republic
The Kingdom of Spain
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See Also


  1. Encyclopedia, Dark Horse Books, pg. 271
  2. "Link, there's a storyteller here! We should stop and listen to--Oh! I wonder what's over there..." — Princess Zelda (The Minish Cap)
  3. "Long, long ago, and then even longer before that... Evil creatures appeared in the world of humans. They were powerful, frightening beasts, and they created such trouble! But then the Picori came from the sky, bringing humans powerful magic. With the magic light force and the Picori Blade, the beasts were repelled. And the world of humans once more knew peace, thanks to the Picori." — Marshall (The Minish Cap)
  4. "Hey, kid! Did you stay at the inn? Well? And did you get your gift?" — Marshall (The Minish Cap)
  5. "I think the mayor is doing a fine job, no matter what people say!" — Marshall (The Minish Cap)
  6. "You want to fuse Kinstones? Sure, why not?" — Marshall (The Minish Cap)
  7. Meaning, origin and history of the name Marshall (web archive), Behind the Name, published December 7, 2022, retrieved January 16, 2023.
  8. Encyclopedia, Magazzini Salani, pg. 271
  9. Nintendo Official Guidebook—The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap, Shogakukan, pg. 145
  10. Encyclopedia, TOKYOPOP, pg. 271
  11. Encyclopedia, Norma Editorial, pg. 271