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Tulin is a recurring character in The Legend of Zelda series.(BotW | TotK | HWAoC)[8][9][10]


Breath of the Wild

Tulin is a young Rito child who resides in Teba's Home in Rito Village. He is the only child of Teba and Saki, and he has the same white and gray coloration as his father. Teba believes that Tulin is of the age to become a warrior, while Saki still considers him to be a fledgling.[11]

The first time Link approaches Tulin, he will excitedly greet him.[12] After Link responds, Tulin will commend him, recalling that his father taught him that "great kids are great greeters".[13] Prior to Divine Beast Vah Medoh being calmed, he excitedly shares that Teba promised to play with him at the Flight Range soon.[14][15] If asked about the Flight Range, Tulin points Link in its direction, expressing his wish for his father to come play with him soon.[16] Whenever Link speaks to Tulin again, he will recognize him and talk about his father's promise.[17] In his sleep, Tulin will mumble about Teba.[18]

Once Divine Beast Vah Medoh has been appeased, Tulin will happily inform Link that his father has returned home.[19][20] While he is concerned that his father was injured, Tulin is excited by the prospect of flying with him soon.[21] Tulin invites Link to come back later and play with him.[22]

A screenshot of Teba flying away from Rito Village, with Tulin riding on his back.
Tulin riding on Teba's back

After Link obtains the Great Eagle Bow, Teba decides it is time for him to take Tulin to the Flight Range, expressing his desire for Tulin to become a warrior just like Revali.[23] When Link tells him to take care, Teba stands and beckons Tulin to come with him,[24] much to Tulin's excitement.[6] As they prepare to depart, Tulin invites Link to come play with them at the Flight Range.[25] Tulin then rides on his father's back to the Flight Range.

At the Flight Range, Tulin stands at the edge of the platform overlooking the ravine. When Link speaks to him, he will eagerly greet him.[26] After Link responds, Tulin reveals that his father told him about the hero and that he is good with a Bow, which he wants to know the truth of.[27] If Link confirms his skills, Tulin is amazed and asks for a demonstration.[28] If Link downplays his abilities, Tulin recalls that Teba said he was great, asserting that his father never lies.[29]

Tulin offers to count down for Link before the Flight Range Mini-Game starts, at which point Link will have to shoot as many Targets as he can in a limited amount of time.[30] He promises to give Link a prize dependent on how many Targets he breaks.[31] Should Link ask for further clarification of the rules, Tulin confirms that they are as simple as he said.[32] If Link declines to participate in the Mini-Game, Tulin will be dejected.[33] If Link agrees, Tulin begins his countdown, which marks the start of the Mini-Game.[34]

At the end of the Mini-Game, Tulin will call Link back to the Flight Range's hut.[35][36] If Link broke less than five Targets, Tulin will be unimpressed, telling Link to show him something cooler next time.[37] Depending on how many Targets Link has shot, Tulin will compliment him.[38][39][40][41] Then, on Teba's behalf, he will give Link a Red Rupee, a Purple Rupee, a Silver Rupee, or a Gold Rupee.[42]

Tears of the Kingdom

In the time since Breath of the Wild, Tulin has noticeably grown.[43] In the past, he would watch Link and his father Teba train at the Flight Range.[44] He is now considered a young Rito warrior, and he has a unique Power of Wind that sets him apart for the other Rito.[2][45] However, Teba and Saki still have concerns about his ability to work on a team.[46][47] Initially, Tulin carries a Swallow Bow, but he later receives a Great Eagle Bow to fight with instead.

A screenshot of Tulin with his wings outstretched at Revali's Landing. Text on-screen displays his name, along with the title "Young Rito Warrior".
Tulin's introduction

During the Extreme Cold Snap in Hebra, Tulin has been tasked with patrolling the area around Rito Village, often bringing back useful information.[45] When Link first arrives in Rito Village, he will find Tulin arguing with Teba and Saki on Revali's Landing.[48] Tulin claims he is capable of investigating the Blizzard on his own, despite his father's protests.[49] He cuts off his argument when he notices Link nearby, flying closer to confirm whether or not it is him.[50] Once he is sure that it is Link, Tulin greets him happily.[51] Teba reintroduces Tulin to Link, noting that he has yet to grow up completely.[43] Tulin insists he would be more mature if Teba treated him like an adult.[52] To prove himself, he decides to leave on another scouting trip.[53] He expresses his disappointment in the Rito's reliance on the "Song of the Stormwind Ark", flying away before Teba can stop him.[54]

When Link meets with Harth during the "Tulin of Rito Village" Main Quest, he suggests that he team up with Tulin to search for Zelda.[45] He has since joined Gesane and Laissa in searching for Food at the Hebra South Summit Cave.[55] However, when Link finds Gesane and Laissa, Tulin has abandoned them both after spotting a group of Monsters near Talonto Peak, intending to follow them back to their nest.[56][57] At Talonto Peak, Link can find Tulin bemoaning a Monster.[58][59] When Link asks what happened, Tulin explains that his Swallow Bow was stolen by an Aerocuda, and he asks for Link's help in retrieving it.[60]

If Link agrees to help Tulin, he offers to use his Power of Wind to help him Paraglide to the Fallen Ruin ahead.[61] Once the Aerocuda has been defeated, Tulin will catch his Swallow Bow as it falls.[62] Returning to Link's side, Tulin thanks him for his help.[63] At that moment, three more Aerocudas appear, all of whom are carrying Bokoblins.[64] Tulin decides to fight them alongside Link.[65] During this battle, Tulin will assist Link by shooting Arrows at the Monsters. After all of the Monsters have been defeated, Tulin will celebrate his and Link's victory.[66] Noticing a Torch with a Skull nearby, Tulin realizes that the Fallen Ruin was serving as a hideout for the Monsters.[67] They then hear a mysterious sound, which Tulin is unable to identify.[68]

Tulin and Link are interrupted by the arrival of Harth and Gesane.[69] Harth is impressed by their teamwork, but Tulin is embarrassed that someone was watching them.[70] He admits that he was wrong to rush out after the Monsters without listening to Gesane, and he acknowledges he was not strong enough to retrieve his Swallow Bow by himself.[71] Looking towards Link, Tulin accepts the importance of teamwork.[72] When Gesane questions how he was able to lose his Swallow Bow in the first place, Tulin reveals that he was taken off guard when he spotted an individual resembling Zelda being attacked by a Monster, but she floated above the storm afterwards.[73] Harth suggests that Tulin and Link investigate the source of the Blizzard, claiming that Tulin is the only Rito entering the cloud.[74] He also recalls Teba's assessment that Tulin would one day become a fine Rito warrior.[75] Harth promises to tell Teba about Tulin's achievements, urging him and Link to begin their investigation.[76] Tulin is confident in both himself and Link, and he decides they should search the Sky Islands above Hebra Peak for more clues about Zelda.[77]

At Hebra Peak, Tulin and Link encounter Huck, and Tulin confirms that he has received permission to investigate the Blizzard.[78] Huck is relieved that Tulin is the one who received the mission, and he promises to watch out for them until they return.[79] Tulin assures Huck that he and Link will not disappoint him.[80]

As they start exploring the Rising Island Chain, Tulin informs Link that they are near where he saw Zelda.[81] Seeing a Flying Ship nearby, Tulin suddenly rushes over to look at it.[82][83] Up close, he is able to identify it as a boat.[84] Once again, Tulin hears a strange noise, and this time he hears a voice beckoning him further into the Sky.[85] Looking up at the cloud above them, Tulin notices the silhouette of a larger ship, and the numerous Flying Ships surrounding it remind him of the "Song of the Stormwind Ark".[86] Wondering if the Song is true, Tulin decides to listen to the voice's command and search the giant ship for clues about Zelda.[87] Near Kahatanaum Shrine, Tulin notes how cold it has gotten due to the Freezing Climate.[88] He assures Link that he will be fine, though he warns him to take care of himself.[89]

After passing through the top of the cloud, Tulin and Link find themselves at the Stormwind Ark, which serves as the Wind Temple.[90] On the deck, Tulin again spots the figure resembling Zelda in front of a Terminal, but when he runs up to her, he is stopped by a huge gale of Wind from the center of the ship.[91] He believes that the source of the Blizzard can be found below deck, though he notices that the person he saw prior is now gone.[92] If Link attempts to activate the Terminal, the hatch blocking the passage to the Blizzard's source start to open, but only one section is able to move. Tulin wonders if there is a way to open the hatch,[93] at which point they hear the mysterious sound again.[94] The voice tells Tulin that he needs to undo that five Locks throughout the Wind Temple in order to release the hatch.[95] Heeding the voice's words, Tulin urges Link to help him find the Locks.[96]

Using his Power of Wind, Tulin is able to deactivate the five Locks. As he does so, he counts out to Link how many are left.[97][98][99][100] After all five Locks have been undone, Tulin directs Link back to the main deck.[101] When Link uses the Terminal this time, all pieces of the hatch will pull back. This causes a huge gust of Wind to rage from the ship, blowing both him and Tulin into the Sky. Tulin is able to stabilize his flight with his Power of Wind, flying alongside Link as he Skydives.

As the two dive back to the Wind Temple,[102] Colgera emerges from belowdeck. Tulin is able to determine that Colgera is the source of the Blizzard, declaring that they must defeat it.[103] During the battle, Tulin will give Link advice and offer encouragement.[104][105][106][107][108][109] He is also able to note whether their current tactics are having an effect on Colgera.[110][111][112] If Link is injured, Tulin will call out to him.[113] When Colgera uses certain attacks, Tulin is able to warn Link of them.[114][115][116][117]

After Colgera has been defeated, Tulin can be seen staring at the Secret Stone now present at the center of the deck, sensing a great power.[118][119] It suddenly shrinks in size and moves in front of him. When Tulin touches it, Light will envelop the two, and the Sage of Wind appears before them. Tulin recognizes that he was the one talking to him, and the Sage of Wind reveals that he is his distant ancestor.[5] He expresses his pride in Tulin's Power of Wind, and he reveals that Colgera was summoned by Demon King Ganondorf to prevent Tulin from obtaining his Secret Stone.[120] Hearing Tulin's confusion, the Sage of Wind decides to tell him the story of the Imprisoning War.[121]

After telling Tulin that he promised the Sage of Time that he successor would awaken to fight Demon King Ganondorf, the Sage of Wind urges him to take his Secret Stone and fight alongside Link.[122] The vision ends in another flash of Light, and Tulin becomes excited by the prospect of fighting the Demon King with Link and saving the world.[123] Fearing for the future, Tulin accepts the Secret Stone.[124] The Stone glows green as an inscription appears upon it, and it then adheres itself to Tulin's ankle. Declaring himself the new Sage of Wind, Tulin summons his Sage Avatar to show Link.[125] He asks for Link's hand, at which point he makes the Vow of Tulin, Sage of Wind.[126] Tulin informs Link that he will be able to call on his Power of Wind whenever he needs, and he then decides they should return to Rito Village and tell Teba what happened.[127]

A screenshot of Teba handing his Great Eagle Bow to Tulin at Revali's Landing.
Tulin receiving his Great Eagle Bow

Back in Rito Village, which is now no longer suffering from the Blizzard, Tulin and Link meet with Teba, Saki, and Harth at Revali's Landing. Harth congratulates their success, and Tulin comments that it was easy once Link came to help.[128] Both Saki and Tulin are shocked that the Stormwind Ark was real all along.[129] Teba takes the Great Eagle Bow from his back and presents it to Tulin as a reward for saving Rito Village.[130] Tulin is shocked due to how precious the Bow is to his father, but Teba reveals that he always planned on handing it down to him once he became a warrior.[131] Taking the Great Eagle Bow, Tulin thanks Teba and promises to prove his worthiness of it.[132]

Turning to Link, Tulin remarks how the Sage of Time in the vision they saw resembled Zelda, and he wonders if it was truly her.[133] Due to how long ago that vision occurred, he is unsure if that could be the case.[134] He decides to research the matter himself, promising Link he will have more information for him when he visits again.[135] He also reminds him of his Vow which allows them to keep working together through his Sage Avatar.[136] Following this, "Tulin of Rito Village" will be completed. If Link speaks to Tulin afterwards, he promises to keep up his training so that he can fight with Link when the time comes.[137] In addition, he claims he will continue searching for signs of Zelda in Hebra.[138]

The next time Link returns to Rito Village, he will find Tulin inside Teba's Home. When Link approaches Tulin, he will greet him.[139][140][141] He confirms that he has been looking for Zelda, and he promises to tell Link if he finds anything.[142] Harth has also had him searching through ancient literature on his behalf.[143][144] In one of the Books, he found a riddle that describes a treasure hidden in the center of the three Hot Springs in the Hebra Mountains.[145] He claims he has visited the Sturnida Secret Hot Spring to the northwest in the past, but he is unsure where the other two are located.[146] Despite this, he is still tempted by the prospect of treasure.[147] Afterwards, the "Treasure of the Secret Springs" Side Quest will begin.

When Link speaks to Tulin again after finding the Vah Medoh Divine Helm, he wonders what the treasure he read about could be.[148] Link then informs Tulin of his discovery, who commends him for solving the riddle.[149] He speculates that the Helm was meant to be worn by a Sage, but it is too heavy for him currently.[150] Tulin believes that if Link wears it, the power stored in it will strengthen their connection and help Link find Zelda.[151]

A screenshot of Tulin uses his Power of Wind to dispel a Gloom attack in the Throne Room of Hyrule Castle.
Tulin defending Link

During the "Crisis at Hyrule Castle" Main Quest, Tulin and the other Sages will appear to defend Link from Demon King Ganondorf in the Throne Room of Hyrule Castle.[152] Upon realizing that the Sages do not know who he is, the Demon King introduces himself and shows them "The Demon King's Army" Memory.[153] Following this vision, Tulin appears disoriented, and he can be seen resting on Yunobo's shoulder. After Demon King Ganondorf vanishes, Tulin questions whether that was the Demon King they heard of, and he is shocked that the Imprisoning War actually happened.[154] Riju reasons that he may not have fully regained his strength, and she decides they should all return to Lookout Landing to figure out their next step.[155]

Back at Lookout Landing, Tulin can be found talking to Harth near the Research Lab. Harth comments that Tulin has grown, but Tulin is annoyed to be treated like a child.[156] Despite this, Harth quietly recognizes that Tulin has been overworking himself due to the injuries on his wings.[157] When Link talks to Purah, the Sages join them. After hearing Purah's recap of what they learned, Tulin comments how he knew something was wrong with the Phantom Ganon impostor, since it was strange for Zelda not to offer them help.[158] He also reasons that many of the events associated with the Upheaval are a result of Demon King Ganondorf's return.[159] Sidon and Riju determine that Zelda created a plan to defeat the Demon King, and Tulin laments not being able to ask her what it is or fight alongside her.[160] While speaking to Purah, Tulin, Riju, and Sidon all realize that there were Six Sages during the Imprisoning War, but one is currently unaccounted for.[161] Since they all awakened at ruins from the ancient past, Purah and Riju direct them all to search similar ruins for signs of the fifth Sage.[162] Purah assigns each Sage their respective Region.[163] The Sages all nod in response before leaving Lookout Landing.

After Tulin has returned to Rito Village from Lookout Landing, he comments on Zelda being transported to the ancient past, and he resolves to keep looking into the fifth Sage.[164][165] If Link has completed "Guidance from Ages Past", he will inform Tulin of Mineru, though he struggles to understand how only her Spirit remains.[166] Deciding that they can count on her, Tulin realizes they will soon be fighting Demon King Ganondorf.[167][168]

A screenshot of Tulin using his Power of Wind to fight in Gloom's Lair.
Tulin at Gloom's Lair

If Link has awakened Tulin as a Sage before facing the Demon King's Army, he and the other Sages will come to Link's aid at Gloom's Lair. Tulin shoots an Arrow at a Bokoblin charging at Link, informing him that he does not need to fight on his own.[169] He then activates his Secret Stone, declaring that they are unstoppable when they fight together.[170] During the War in the Depths of Hyrule, Tulin will attack the Monsters alongside Link. When the Temple Bosses are summoned once again, Tulin and the other Sages stay behind to fight them as Link continues forward. Tulin assures Link that they will be fine, since they have already defeated the Bosses before.[171] While Link fights Demon King Ganondorf, Tulin is the first Sage to make it to Gloom's Origin and join the battle.[172] However, they are all knocked out when the Demon King unleashes a Gloom attack, leaving only Link standing. When Ganondorf transforms into the Demon Dragon, Tulin and the others shout as Link is swept up in its Gloom.[113]

In the secret post-Credits scene, Tulin can be seen at the Temple of Time alongside Link, Zelda, and the rest of the Sages. While following Mineru to the back, Tulin and Sidon stop to look down at Hyrule. When they reach the altar in the back, Mineru reveals that she wanted to show them all the view of Hyrule.[173] When Mineru begins to fade away, Tulin appears saddened, but he then signals Sidon, Link, Riju, and Yunobo to stand in formation behind Zelda. Together, the recite the Vow their ancestors made to Rauru when they became Sages, this time in support of Zelda.[174] However, they end up out of sync, which Tulin laughs at. Afterwards, they finish their Vow,[175] and Mineru thanks them all as she disappears.[176] Wanting to preserve the peace fought for in the past, Zelda asks everyone to stand by her side.[177] Tulin flies to Zelda, where he is joined by the other Sages, Link, and Purah.

Other Appearances

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

During the "EX Searching Hyrule Forest" Scenario, which is exclusive to the Guardian of Remembrance Downloadable Content pack, Teba and Revali come upon Tulin while searching for the Rito child the latter spotted on the battlefield.[178][179] Tulin admits that he ended up turned around in the Lost Woods, much to his own shock.[180] While Teba is hesitant to leave Tulin alone,[181] a Rito Captain offers to watch him in his stead while he fights off the rest of the Monsters.[182]

While the Monsters are being defeated, Tulin compliments Revali's skills with a Bow, comparing him to the Revali he has heard of.[183] When Revali reveals his identity, Tulin will be amazed.[184] Teba asks Tulin if he has been safe while in the Lost Woods,[185] to which he reveals that several tiny creatures known as Koroks guided him to a safe place.[186] Tulin is thrilled to be able to watch Revali fighting in person,[187][188] which makes Revali proud to still be worshiped in the future.[189] Tulin also refuses to let himself be scared of the Monsters he sees.[190] When Revali expresses frustration at not knowing the way out of the Lost Woods without the help of Koroks,[191] Tulin reveals that they showed him the Hidden Passages earlier.[192] He is also able to read the Wind to determine where the Hidden Passages are located.[193]

A screenshot of Tulin speaking with Revali in the Lost Woods.
Tulin and Revali

In the "Hero Worship" Movie that plays after the Scenario ends, Tulin can be seen riding on Teba's back as the pair arrive at a camp. Teba urges Tulin to thank Revali for saving his life,[194] to which Tulin nods and runs over to express his gratitude.[195] Revali then remarks that Tulin is "pretty good for a little kid",[196] which surprises him.[197] Tulin excitedly thanks Revali again, confessing that the goal of his training is to be just like him and the he wants to master the Great Eagle Bow.[198]

Revali is confused as to how Tulin can be so happy when he was almost killed by Monsters, but he states that Tulin could potentially master the Wind like he has.[199] While Teba agrees, he believes that Tulin will need to surpass him before achieving such a goal.[200] In response, Tulin smugly remarks that he will do so eventually, mimicking Revali.[201] Revali initially acts offended by his impression,[202] though he soon after laughs alongside Teba and Tulin. Tulin then attempts to summon the Wind in a move he dubs Tulin's Tornado, though he becomes dizzy and falls back to the ground.[203] Revali notes that he still has much progress to make.[204]

During the "Fragments of Memory" Movie that is unlocked by completing the Guardian of Remembrance Downloadable Content pack, Tulin can be seen resting on Revali's lap at the Flight Range. Revali stops Tulin's blanket from flying off in the Wind, which amuses Teba.




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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Tulin (BotW)
  • チューリ (BotW | TotK)
  • チューリ (Chūri) (TotK)[206]
The Republic of ChinaThe Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of ChinaThe Macao Special Administrative Region of China
丘栗 (Qiūlì) (BotW | TotK)
The People's Republic of China
丘栗 (Qiūlì) (BotW | TotK)
The Kingdom of the Netherlands
Tulin (BotW)
Babil (BotW | TotK)
The French Republic
Babil (BotW | TotK)
The Federal Republic of Germany
Tulin (BotW | TotK)
The Italian Republic
Tulin (BotW | TotK)
The Republic of Korea
튤리 (TotK)
Latin America
Tureli (BotW)
The Kingdom of Spain
Tureli (BotW | TotK)
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See Also


  1. "Tulin
    The Sage of Wind
    " — Character Profiles (Tears of the Kingdom)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Tulin
    Young Rito Warrior
    " — Game Screen (Tears of the Kingdom)
  3. "Locate the Rito child." — Battle Log (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  4. "He gets his bluntness from me, but he doesn't mean anything by it. Don't let whatever he says get to you." — Teba (Breath of the Wild)
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Tulin... My brave fledgling..." — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "I know that voice... It's you... You're the one who's been guiding us?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Yes. I am your ancestor from a time long ago. I proudly served Hyrule's first king. I was a Rito warrior and a sage with control of the wind." — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Really, Dad?! YAAAAAAAAAY!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "My husband is no exception—he is always talking about turning our son, Tulin, into a warrior just like Revali." — Saki (Breath of the Wild)
  8. "Tulin" — Game Screen (Breath of the Wild)
  9. "Tulin" — Game Screen (Tears of the Kingdom)
  10. "Tulin" — Game Screen (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  11. "He keeps saying it's to help Tulin come of age as a warrior or something. But Tulin's still a fledgling..." — Saki (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "Good day!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "Good response! "Great kids are great greeters." That's what my dad always says!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "Oh, listen to this! Dad promised he'd play with me later!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "Totally! Spread your wings at the Flight Range and it's like... FWOOSH! You go flying way high!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "That place over there is the Flight Range! I hope Dad comes back soon! I want to go play there!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  17. "Yo! It's you! Dad promised he'd play with me at the Flight Range when he gets back!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  18. "Zzz... Dad?" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  19. "Dad finally came back from work" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  20. "Yo! It's you! Dad finally came back from work!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  21. "But it sounds like he got hurt... But he says he's gotten a lot better, so he'll be able to take me flying again soon!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  22. "Come back later and play with me!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  23. "Well then... My wounds are just about healed, so I guess it's time for me to take Tulin to the Flight Range. I'm hoping Tulin grows up to be a distinguished warrior like Master Revali." — Teba (Breath of the Wild)
  24. "[Take care.] OK. Tulin! Let's go to the Flight Range!" — Teba (Breath of the Wild)
  25. "Hey, guy! Come play with us at the Flight Range sometime!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  26. "Hey! Hey, Link!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  27. "[Hey, Tulin!] You're Link, right? My dad told me about you! Also, he said you're REAL good with a bow! Is that true?" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  28. "[Of course!] Wow! That's so neat! You gotta show me!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  29. "[I'm all right.] Nuh-uh! Dad said you were great, and Dad never lies, so it must be true!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  30. "I'll count down, and you'll break all the targets before time's up!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  31. "When you break a bunch, I'll give you a prize!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  32. "[Is that all the rules?] Yeah, it's just like I said!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  33. "[Maybe next time.] Aww... You don't wanna?" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  34. "Ooh! On your mark..." — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  35. "Time's up! Come back!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  36. "Oooooh! Look at that!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  37. "Huh? Um...what was such a big deal about that? Next time, make sure you show me something a lot cooler, OK?" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  38. "You had some trouble, but that's OK. I have trouble too sometimes. I still learned a lot watching you!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  39. "That was nifty, Link!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  40. "Yaaay! I knew you could do it, Link! I'll remember the way you shoot when I practice!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  41. "You're amazing, Link! When you fired your bow, it was like time stopped!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  42. "Oh, Dad told me to give you this to thank you. Come back to show me your neat tricks again anytime!" — Tulin (Breath of the Wild)
  43. 43.0 43.1 "Do you remember my son, Tulin? He's grown taller, though perhaps not yet grown up." — Teba (Tears of the Kingdom)
  44. "The son of the Rito elder, Teba.

    When Link first visited his village, Tulin was still a child growing up in his father's shadow, and his eyes would light up when he watched Link and Teba practice at the Flight Range.
    " — Character Profiles (Tears of the Kingdom)
  45. 45.0 45.1 45.2 "Oh, right. You weren't around for it, but... Little Tulin has developed a way with wings that puts the adults to shame. Even in this vicious weather, he patrols the skies and reports all kinds of useful information. His wind-gust technique is something to see. None of the rest of us can pull it off. Even stern Teba acknowledges that Tulin's skill is a cut above. The kid does preen about it more than he should, but... Well, it's worth asking him, at least." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
  46. "As long as you still think you can take on the world by yourself, you'll always be my little chick." — Teba (Tears of the Kingdom)
  47. "I am concerned for Tulin. He believes that he is fully-fledged, but he has not yet grasped one of the most fundamental lessons... One cannot accomplish great feats without allies at one's side. I hope he realizes that soon." — Saki (Tears of the Kingdom)
  48. "You know I can do it!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  49. "That's not fair at all! You know I can handle it! Checking out that huge cloud wouldn't be hard! I could even do it alone!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  50. "If we don't do anything... the village— Huh? Is that you?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  51. "It IS you! Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  52. "Well, maybe I would if you didn't treat me like a hatchling all the time!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  53. "What, you think I can't? I'm already fully-fledged, you know! You'll change your tune when I ace today's scouting trip!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  54. "You all can keep wasting your time treating the Song of the Stormwind Ark like it's real, but not me!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Listen, you—" — Teba (Tears of the Kingdom)
  55. "Last I saw him, he was with Gesane and Laissa on a trip to find food. I think they were on their way to Hebra South Summit Cave. That's to the northeast from here. The cave is past the cliff out front and up the mountain road. There should be a bonfire marking the spot." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
  56. "Looking for Tulin, huh? Fair enough. He's farther in the cave with Gesane. They're scavenging for food." — Laissa (Tears of the Kingdom)
  57. "You're here to talk to Tulin, eh? You just missed him, unfortunately. Our task was to scavenge food in this area, but we just saw a flock of monsters fly past outside the cave. The same ones that have been sighted around the village lately, in fact. I told the others we should return right away to report them, but Tulin clearly wasn't listening at all. He said "I'm gonna follow them back to their nest," and flew off alone before I could protest. If you leave the cave and head north, you can spot a lone cedar tree on Talonto Peak. That's where we saw the monsters. No doubt Tulin followed them there." — Gesane (Tears of the Kingdom)
  58. "Shoulda kept my guard up!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  59. "Stupid monster! Wha— Link? Where did you come from?!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  60. "[What happened?] Oh, uh, you see... That rotten monster took my good bow. See? That's the bow-napper! I've gotta get it back! Help me out, Link?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  61. "[Sure!] Really?! Thanks! Didja know I can blow a strong gust of wind anywhere I feel like? I'll do it for you. That way, you can glide over to where that monster went. Just tell me where to point the gust, and I'll make it for you!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  62. "Haaah!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  63. "There we go! I owe you big time, Link. Without you, my bow might've been lost for good!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  64. "Uh-oh! There's more of them!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  65. "All right... They're not gonna make a fool outta me twice. Let's go get 'em together!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  66. "We did it!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  67. "Hey, look. I think this might have been a hideout for those monsters." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  68. "Hmm? Was that the wind? It couldn't have been! There's no way. Must've been something else!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  69. "Heyyy! Tulin! Link!" — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Huh?! Oh!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  70. "That was some impressive teamwork, you two!" — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Aw! You saw that, Harth?! Talk about embarrassing." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  71. "I...didn't listen when Gesane tried to stop me. I thought I could handle it. But I just ended up losing my favorite bow to those stupid things. I thought I was fully-fledged, but there's probably no way I could've gotten it back on my own." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "I bet now you see why we were treating you like a small chick." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Yeah." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  72. "You were right—it really is important to work as a flock. I think I finally get what Dad has been trying to tell me all this time." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  73. "Is that all there is to the story? It seems unlike you to let your bow be taken, Tulin." — Gesane (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Oh, yeah, funny story about that! There was this whole thing with Princess Zelda. I spotted her getting attacked by a monster. It was such a surprise that I dropped my guard and it stole my bow. But I guess she was fine, because then she zoomed up above that cloud." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  74. "What? Princess Zelda flew above the cloud?! How can that be? Hmm... Seems like a stretch, but we're not going to get to the bottom of it sitting around here. Tulin, Link came out here looking for Princess Zelda. You should go with him, and investigate the cloud you say the princess soared into." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Huh?! But I thought I wasn't allowed." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "I got a report before coming here. We think it's likely that the blizzard is coming from inside that cloud after all. I want to see for myself as soon as I can, but the strong winds make any approach from the sides impossible. The only way is through the top, but... There's not a Rito alive capable of crossing this stormy sky and making it all the way there. Well. Except for one. I'm talking about you, Tulin. Only you have the skill and training to create gusts at will." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
  75. ""Tulin will be the finest Rito warrior of all once he understands the value of working with his allies." You know who said that to me? Your old dad, Teba." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Dad said that?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  76. "Yep. And I'll make sure he knows what you accomplished here today. Now it's time you go with Link to find Princess Zelda and whatever's causing this blizzard!" — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
  77. "No problem. The two of us together have got this! I saw Princess Zelda up on the sky islands near Hebra Peak. Let's check there first." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  78. "Why, if it isn't Tulin! I was too focused on the cloud to notice you. But if you've come here, that means—" — Huck (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Yep! They said I could go up there!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  79. "I knew it! Something told me you were the best one for this mission. Everyone has admired your wind-gust technique since you first demonstrated it. You may be the only Rito capable of rising above that cloud to find the truth among the turbulent skies. Give it your best shot. I'll be here watcing for your return." — Huck (Tears of the Kingdom)
  80. "Thanks! Between Link and me, you won't be disappointed!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  81. "Link! It was around here that I saw Princess Zelda. But now...I don't know where she could have gone." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  82. "Hm? What IS that?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  83. "What is that thing?!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  84. "Look at that! It's a boat!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  85. "Huh?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Come... Come... to me..." — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Whose voice was that? Was it coming from somewhere up there?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  86. "Whoooa... Do you see that thing inside the cloud? Is that another boat? But it's huge! There's ton of those little flying boats too. You know what it reminds me of? ♪A line of ships soaring, built as a passage skyward.♪ ♪The god ascended to heaven, leaving behind an ark.♪ This whole thing is just like the Song of the Stormwind Ark..." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  87. "Was that children's song true after all?! You heard that strange voice too, right, Link? I'm sure I heard it say, "come to me"! It's like it was calling us up there. I don't see anything around here that would lead us to Princess Zelda. Maybe she went over to that ship? Well, nowhere to go but up! Come on!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  88. "This is my first time flying this high. The air's pretty cold up here, huh?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  89. "I'll be fine, but what about you, Link? Make sure you don't freeze, OK?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  90. "Wow... So this is what was waiting for us in that huge cloud. This is the Stormwind Ark from the kids' song..." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  91. "Huh? Huh?! Awk! What the—" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  92. "This prove it, Link! The blizzard that's been pounding Rito Village is coming from there! Oh yeah! Didn't I see someone here a minute ago? Weird... I could swear they were just here." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  93. "Looks like it's shut tight. But the source of the blizzard has got to be right under that hatch! Isn't there some way we can get it open?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  94. "That sound! There it is again!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  95. "Brave fledgling... There are still five locks securing the hatch on the deck. Use your power to release all five locks and the hatch should open. Heed my words..." — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
  96. "OK, I heard it for sure this time. It was calling out yo me loud and clear! The source of the blizzard messing up the village has gotta be under this hatch. If that voice was right, it'll open once we find a way to release all five locks. We're so close! C'mon, Link. Let's go figure out how to open up those locks!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  97. "Hey, Link! This thing opened one of the locks! We gotta find the other four!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  98. "Three more to go! We can do it!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  99. "Three down, two to go. We're almost done, Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  100. "We only have one left!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  101. "That's it, Link! We've unlocked them all! We should be able to open up the hatch on the main deck now. Come on! Let's go!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  102. "OK! Let's go!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  103. "That thing must be what's causing the blizzard! We've got to take it down!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  104. "This wind is so strong! Don't get blown away, Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  105. "It's really, really big... But I'm sure we can do it!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  106. "Nice one!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  107. "We have to stay clear of those tornadoes! Be careful!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  108. "Way to go, Link! I'll help too!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  109. "Great job, Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  110. "We need to find a way to hurt it!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  111. "We aren't hurting it at all!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  112. "Hey, that worked!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  113. 113.0 113.1 "Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  114. "What? Where'd it go?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  115. "Link! Below you!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  116. "Link! Don't get too close to the tornadoes!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  117. "Here they come again!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  118. "What's this?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  119. "The ice covering the altar melted after you vanquished the monster, revealing a shining stone set there.

    You can sense great power emanating from the stone, and Tulin senses it as well.
    " — Adventure Log (Tears of the Kingdom)
  120. "Where you fight, the winds follow... I would expect nothing less from my descendant. You make me proud. That monster you defeated, the source of that intense blizzard... It was summoned by the Demon King. He thought he could stop you from obtaining the stone you just found—my secret stone." — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
  121. "Demon King? Secret stone?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "This is a lot to learn all of a sudden, I know. But listen while I tell you what happened in the past. A tale of the Imprisoning War and the mission our people must accomplish!" — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
  122. "And now you know about the Imprisoning War and a mission I accepted on our behalf. You've saved Rito Village, but there's more to do. The Demon King will soon recover his full strength. Tulin, my brave fledgling... You must take up my secret stone and honor the Sage of Time's request. Fight the Demon King with the swordsman Link." — Sage of Wind (Tears of the Kingdom)
  123. "So it's my mission to fight the Demon King with you? Link! This is so, so amazing! I can't believe my ancestor gave me such an important mission—and it involves fighting alongside you to save the world!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  124. "If we don't do anything, then the world is gonna be in big trouble. I can't let that happen... I'll do this! I'll happily take this secret stone!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  125. "I am the Sage of Wind! Look! Check out what I can do now!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  126. "Link. Hold out your hand. I, Tulin, the Sage of Wind, swear to fight by your side until the end! Take this! It's proof that I'm with you!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  127. "You can use that ring to call on my power anytime, all right? OK! Let's head back to the village and tell Dad!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  128. "You guys! You did it!" — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Yeah! Turns out it was easy once we started working together!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  129. "I still can't believe the Stormwind Ark from the children's song was real." — Saki (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Me neither. You could've knocked me over with a feather!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  130. "For a job well done, Tulin." — Teba (Tears of the Kingdom)
  131. "Wait, what?! This bow meant so much to you...and now you're giving it to me?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "It was always my intention to give it to you once you came of age as a warrior." — Teba (Tears of the Kingdom)
  132. "Dad... Thank you. I'll prove to you I've become a warrior worthy of carrying it!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  133. "Hey, Link? That woman in the vision my ancestor showed us...didn't she look just like Princess Zelda to you? Do you think that was the real princess?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  134. "I mean...it seemed like a long, long time ago... There's still a bunch of unanswered questions." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  135. "I gotta know more about the figure we saw on the Stormwind Ark, so I'm gonna go look into it personally. Next time you see me, I'll have more information about Princess Zelda. So check in with me sometime, OK?!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  136. "And remember—with my sage's power, the two of us can keep working together no matter what!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  137. "I'll keep getting stronger and stronger until the day comes when we can fight together again! I'm a descendant of the Sage of Wind, after all. I'm not going to be the one who holds you back, Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  138. "I'm worried about Princess Zelda too, so I'll keep looking into things from this end." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  139. "Hey, Link! Thanks to you, life in Rito Village is slowly getting back to normal." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  140. "Hey, Link! Life in Rito Village is just about back to normal now." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  141. "Hi, Link! Here to see how the village is doing?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  142. "I've been looking into leads about Princess Zelda, and I'll let you know right away if any of them go somewhere!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  143. "Oh, yeah, one other thing! I don't think this has anything to do with where the princess went, but... Harth asked me to help him sort through some ancient literature." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  144. "Oh yeah, one other thing! Something else came up that I wanted to ask you about. Harth asked me to help him sort through some ancient literature." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  145. "You'll never believe what I found written in one of his books! "Sturnida, Goflam's, and Sherfin's. Hidden treasure sleeps in the center of the three secret hot springs in the mountains. "Guide the three waters to that place. When it fills, the slumbering treasure will awaken once more." There's got to be something good waiting for whoever solves the riddle, right?!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  146. "Secret hot springs, huh? I've been to Sturnida Secret Hot Spring a few times. It's northwest of Rito Village. It's the best! A quick soak is enough to heal your wounds in the blink of an eye. It keeps you from freezing too. But I dunno about the others. The Hebra Mountains are a big place. I'm not sure we could cover all of them." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  147. "But that slumbering treasure is pretty tempting...if only we could find it." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  148. "Oh, hi, Link. Good to see you here. Hmm. Where do you think the slumbering treasure is? Could it really be hidden somewhere in the Hebra Mountains?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  149. "Huh?! No way... You found the hidden treasure in the center of the three secret hot springs?! So it was real after all... Good thing I found that riddle, huh? Way to go, Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  150. "I think this was meant for a sage, but it looks to heavy for me. Maybe it'll fit once I'm older." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  151. "There's definitely some kind of power stored up in it. Maybe if you wore it, it'd make your connection to me stronger. Yeah! You should be the one to use the helm! That power it has is bound to be useful in your search for Princess Zelda! My spirit is always with you, Link. If you're ever in trouble, I'll help you out first thing!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  152. "Link! We are here!" — Sidon (Tears of the Kingdom)
  153. "You do not recognize me... Perhaps there are limits to the knowledge the secret stones impart. You stand before Ganondorf. The foolish actions of your ancestors served only to delay my ascension. Allow me to show you... Show you the world that was and will be again when I have been restored." — Demon King Ganondorf (Tears of the Kingdom)
  154. "Was that the Demon King we were warned about? It all really happened?!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  155. "Hold on... He must not be at his full strength. Otherwise, why flee instead of finishing us off? We should return to Lookout Landing and decide what to do next." — Riju (Tears of the Kingdom)
  156. "You've grown bigger while I've been away, haven't you?" — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Stop treating me like some little kid!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  157. "Those injuries on your wings... This is a sign of the times... You've clearly been doing more than your fair share, haven't you, Tulin." — Harth (Tears of the Kingdom)
  158. "I seeeee. So, to summarize... There's no mistaking that what you all saw at the castle was the Demon King from the legend of the Imprisoning War. And the princess you've been seeing was actually an impostor! And the reason she appeared at Hyrule Castle was so the Demon King could lure Link into a trap..." — Purah (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "I knew something seemed weird! I mean, about Princess Zelda not doing anything to help with these troubles everywhere in Hyrule." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  159. "But it's all connected—the Upheaval, the problems our homelands have been facing, the fake princess. It's all happening because the Demon King came back!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  160. "So, then, that means that Princess Zelda isn't actually here? Instead, she's in the distant past and not in the present... Right?" — Yunobo (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Yes, we should consider that to be the case, bizarre as it sounds. It also seems that Princess Zelda was trying to somehow defeat the Demon King in the past..." — Sidon (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Our ancestors made a vow to Zelda... They swore that when the Demon King was revived, their descendants would awaken as sages and fight alongside Link." — Riju (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "But with Princess Zelda in the past, we can't ask her what the plan is supposed to be. And she can't be here to fight with us either..." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  161. "Oh! Wait... You said that six sages were with King Rauru when he fought against the Demon King during the Imprisoning War, right? Wind... Fire... Water... Lightning... And time... That was the princess." — Purah (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "Oooh!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "I see!" — Riju (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "What is it? What do you see?" — Yunobo (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "That's it! There was one more sage back then!" — Sidon (Tears of the Kingdom)
  162. "Each of you awakened as sages at ruins from the age of legends, right? Maybe the remaining sage is in a similar location." — Purah (Tears of the Kingdom)
    "That makes sense. So we should search major ruins from the age of legends... They're as good a place as any to start. If we just searched all of Hyrule randomly, we'd probably never find the sage." — Riju (Tears of the Kingdom)
  163. "All right! We have a plan. Let's split up the work and get to it! You four go back to your homelands and gather information about ruins that might be related to the remaining sage. Linky, search around and see if you can find any other undiscovered leads!" — Purah (Tears of the Kingdom)
  164. "Who could have guessed that the blizzard that hit Rito Village was the work of the Demon King? Or that Princess Zelda was sent to the world of the past? No wonder we couldn't find her. The big thing left to do now is to round up all the information we can find on the fifth sage. I'll do my part to turn up whatever I can about ruins from the age of legends!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  165. "So, Princess Zelda has been in the past all along. And she's been fighting the whole time! All we can do for her now is gather as much information as we can about the fifth sage. I'll do what I can to look into any ruins from the age of legends!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  166. "What? You found the fifth sage?! So she's an ancient Zonai...but there's just the spirit left? I can't wrap my mind around it." — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  167. "But it sounds like we can count on her! Good job finding her, Link. It's finally time to take on the Demon King! I need to brace myself for a real fight, huh?" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  168. "Now that we have all the sages, it's finally time to take on the Demon King! I'd better brace myself for a doozy of a final battle. I'll be fighting right there with you, Link. We'll bring peace not just to Rito Village but to all of Hyrule!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  169. "You don't have to fight all by yourself, you know!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  170. "When we fight together... we're unstoppable!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  171. "We'll be fine! We already beat them once! This'll be a breeze for sure!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  172. "I'm with you, Link!" — Tulin (Tears of the Kingdom)
  173. "Everyone... I am glad I was able to bring you all here. I wanted to share this view of Hyrule with all of you." — Mineru (Tears of the Kingdom)
  174. "Those of us, gathered here, swear on our lives, to support Princess Zelda and..." — Sages (Tears of the Kingdom)
  175. "to support Princess Zelda and safeguard the land of Hyrule." — Sages (Tears of the Kingdom)
  176. "Thank you, all..." — Mineru (Tears of the Kingdom)
  177. "King Rauru... Queen Sonia... Mineru... The ancient sages... They wished not only to save Hyrule from the Demon King but for it to see eternal peace. I would dedicate myself to that goal. Now and for all time. My friends...with all of your strength... stand with me!" — Zelda (Tears of the Kingdom)
  178. "As war raged across al of Hyrule following the Calamity's revival, Revali spotted a young Rito who had wandered onto the battlefield, but he lost sight of the child amidst the chaos... Hearing this from Revali, Teba's heart filled with dread. He insisted that they rush off in search of the child. Though dubious of Teba's agitated state, Revali nonetheless consented. The two of them hurried to the forest where the child was last seen." — Narration (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  179. "Tulin! I can't believe it's really you...but there's no time for that. I'm just glad you're safe." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  180. "Heh, I got turned around and realized I was in some strange place. I was so surprised!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  181. "Monsters are still about. I cannot leave Tulin alone just yet..." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  182. "I'll protect the kid, Teba. You take care of the monsters over there." — Rito Captain (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  183. "Hello, sir! You're really amazing with a bow! Just like the great Master Revali!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  184. "I'm not "just like" Revali, I AM Revali. But, ahem... No need to stare at me with those wide eyes." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  185. "What happened before we found you? You weren't in peril, were you?" — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  186. "Some tiny creatures told me this place was safe, so I was just fine, promise!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  187. "If I watch and learn how Master Revali fights, do you think I could get that strong too?" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  188. "Master Revali! Wow! You're so cool! You're even more amazing than I ever imagined!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  189. "Still worshiped 100 years from now... Makes sense. I guess no other Rito warriors have surpassed me." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  190. "Aaah! They're here too! But they can't scare me if I don't let them!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  191. "Great. We need to get out of this forest fast, but we don't know the way without the Koroks." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  192. "The way out? Oh, I know that! The tiny creatures told me earlier that we can go through here!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  193. "Oh! Oh! The wind is blowing! That means we can get through here!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  194. "Now go and say thank you... Master Revali saved your life, after all." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  195. "Master Revali! Thank you so much for saving me!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  196. "Hmph. You know, you're pretty good for a little kid." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  197. "Y-you mean it?!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  198. "Thank you! I'm doing all kinds of training so that I can be just like you! Someday, I'll even master the Great Eagle Bow!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  199. "You were nearly killed by those monsters, you know. Yet you're so happy. Maybe it won't be long until you're master of the wind, just like me. You never know, eh?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  200. "Haha! That is true. But before that, he must surpass his old man." — Teba (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  201. "Hmph! It's only a matter of time!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  202. "Was that...meant to sound like me?" — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  203. "Tulin's Tornado!" — Tulin (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  204. "You've got a ways to go, kid." — Revali (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)
  205. The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Scavenger Hunt at Nintendo NY and Rockefeller Center, @KirbyGCN17 on YouTube, Uploaded August 12, 2023 (Archive)
  206. "�チューリ】
    #ゼルダの伝説 #TearsOfTheKingdom
    " — @ZeldaOfficialJP on Twitter, April 14, 2023