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Auction House
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The Auction House,[1] also known as the Hall of Wealth,[2] is a location in The Wind Waker.[note 1]

Features and Overview

At the beginning of the game, the Auction House is owned by Mila and her father. Mila's Father allows Zunari to hold an Auction on the first floor every night.[4] However, when he gives the remainder of his money to Tetra's Pirate Crew and becomes poor, Maggie and her Father become rich from the Skull Necklaces Maggie received from a Moblin named Moe, they begin living in their House. Maggie and her Father live on the second floor, and allow the Auctions to continue on the first. Link can give Maggie's Father 20 Skull Necklaces in exchange for Treasure Chart 2. If Link breaks one of the Extremely High-Class Bone-China Vase on the first floor, he will receive a warning,[5] but will be forced to pay 10 Rupees for every subsequent Vase he breaks.[6] However, once Maggie and her Father buy the mansion, they will no longer charge this fee.


  • This is one of only two Houses in the game that allow Link to use the Sword indoors, the other being Orca's House.

See Also


  1. Tingle refers to the Auction House as the House of Wealth via the Tingle Tuner in The Wind Waker.[3] However, as the Tingle Tuner was removed in The Wind Waker HD, this name is not considered Canon.


  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 259
  2. "Word is, they hold an auction every night over there on Windfall Island. Every night the people gather in the Hall of Wealth to amuse themselves by spending a little money." — Fishman (The Wind Waker)
  3. "House of Wealth" — Tingle (The Wind Waker)
  4. "By the way, it might interest you to know that I've been renting out the first floor of my home as a so-called auction house." — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
  5. "You little WEASEL!!! Well, thank you SO much for coming into my home and breaking my high-priced vases! ...If you break any more, I assure you that I shall not let it go lightly! No, sir! Not at all! I shall require compensation!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)
  6. "Do you think you can just break someone's vases and leave without paying for them? I must chortle at your naivete! Ho ho! Those happen to be extremely high-class bone-china vases that run a minimum of 10 Rupees each!" — Mila's Father (The Wind Waker)