Song of the Hero
Breath of the Wild
After Kass has returned to Rito Village, he will inform Link that there is a song he wants him to listen to. If Link agrees to listen, Kass reveals that he wanted to tell Link about his teacher, the Court Poet. Kass shares that the Court Poet held the belief that Link would one day return to defeat Calamity Ganon, and he turned that belief into a song. Kass then proceeds to play the "Song of the Hero" for Link.
An ancient hero, a Calamity appears,
Now resurrected after 10,000 years.
Her appointed knight gives his life,
Shields her figures, and pays the price.
The princess's love for her fallen knight awakens her power
And within the castle the Calamity is forced to cower.
But the knight survives! In the Shrine of Resurrection he sleeps,
Until from his healing dream he leaps!
For fierce and deadly trials await.
To regain his strength. To fulfill his fate.
To become a hero once again!
To wrest the princess from evil's den.
The hero, the princess—hand in hand—
Must bring the light back to this land.
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- "The Song of the Hero is now complete!" — N/A (Skyward Sword HD)
- ""Song of the Hero" by the Court Poet" (Creating a Champion, Dark Horse Books, pg. 390)
- "I'm taking a moment's rest from my tireless search for the ancient songs to perform in my hometown. ...By the by, I've something I must ask of you. I've a song that I need you to hear. I wish to speak with you, so this will take some time. Is that all right?" — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
- "[That's fine.] Thank you ever so much. I wanted to talk to you about my teacher." — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
- "...My teacher believed a hero would appear to beat back the Calamity. He poured that belief into a song." — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
- "So...appointed knight. Will you accept this song from my departed teacher?" — Kass (Breath of the Wild)
- "[Yes.] Thank you so much! I knew you would. I was sure of it." — Kass (Breath of the Wild)