"I am the third knight, Bremeur. I defend the seal of the land. So you seek the pure metal to forge the sacred sword and slay a great monster... Our King Mutoh did have the pure metal you seek. But a monster entered his temple, awakening him from his sleep. He is enraged. Can you enter his temple and slay the monster? Can you calm the king's great rage? Well then, show us how you can defeat the monster and soothe the angry king. Once the king has calmed down, I believe he will be willing to hear your story. To enter the great temple of King Mutoh, the sealed land must be resurrected. Meet the second knight, Doylan, who sleeps in the temple to the island's east. That temple is treacherous, but if you can overcome it, he will acknowledge you. I will open another path for you. Let it lead you."
— Bremeur

Bremeur is a character from The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. One of the Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom, he was the third ranked of the order during his lifetime.

During the events of Phantom Hourglass, Bremeur, along with the rest of the knights, has long since passed away. Link encounters Bremeur's ghost in a tomb on the Isle of Ruins. Bremeur tells Link that King Mutoh once had the pure metal, Aquanine, but it was stolen by Eox when the beast invaded Mutoh's Temple. Bremeur tells Link that if he slays Eox, King Mutoh will likely grant him an audience. With this being said, Bremeur creates a bridge leading to the eastern side of the Isle of Ruin, where Link can meet Doylan, the second ranked knight.


It is possible that Bremeur is named after Bremor, one of the Carpenters from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask and The Minish Cap. This seems likely because the Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom as a whole seem to be based off of the Carpenters seeing as there are four in each group and the knights serve King Mutoh while the Carpenters serve Mutoh.

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