After the Divine Beast Vah Ruta is appeased by Link, Fronk can be found hammering a pillar in Zora's Domain while conversing with himself. If Link speaks to him, Fronk will apologize and explain that he was talking to himself. Fronk says that after Vah Ruta started rampaging, his wife Mei went out to go fishing. Even though the Divine Beast is appeased, she still has not returned. Fronk wishes he had made her stay and wonders what he should do. If Link offers to find Mei, Fronk expresses his gratitude and apologizes for placing this burden on him. This unlocks the Side Quest, "A Wife Washed Away". Fronk says he will help Link however he can to find Mei.
If Link asks about Mei, Fronk again says she is his wife and the mother of his children, Tumbo and Keye. He says she spends her days catching fish and selling them at the Coral Reef General Store. Fronk describes Mei as being very lively and cheerful, believing Tumbo gets that from her. Fronk says she was fishing in Zora River, which began to swell from Vah Ruta's rage. He believes that the worst case scenario is that she was carried to Lake Hylia.
Once Mei has returned to Zora's Domain, Fronk scolds his wife and tells her that she should not go wandering anymore for a while. Fronk is overwhelmingly appreciative towards Link and thanks him multiple times. If the hero speaks to him again, Fronk calls Link a true Champion and thanks him again in a more composed manner.
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- "Hm? Fronk? Yes, he's my darling. My love! Why, is something wrong?" — Mei (Breath of the Wild)
- "Mei is my wife. She is also Tumbo and Keye's mother." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "Fronk" — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
- "Fronk and I are Master Dento's faithful apprentices. Fronk and I are always striving to better ourselves in the workshop. Master always tells us, "Repairing the domain is part of your training." So that's what we're doing now." — Ledo (Breath of the Wild)
- "That's why my senior apprentice, Fronk, and I are repairing the domain. However, our materials are a bit depleted..." — Ledo (Breath of the Wild)
- "They say Ruta has calmed down, and yet..." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "Ah! It is you, Link! I am sorry... I was talking to myself." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "The truth is... My wife Mei left and hasn't come back yet. After the Divine Beast Vah Ruta started rampaging, she went out to go fishing like everything was normal." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "And now Ruta has settled down, but she still hasn't returned..." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "I'm afraid the worst has happened... If only I had stopped her from leaving! Oh, what do I do?!" — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "Link... You saved Zora's Domain, and now you're going to help me find my Mei, as well? You are a true Champion! I am sorry for placing this burden on you, but please... Please bring her home!" — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "If you are going to look for Mei, I will help you however I can." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "She spends her days catching fish and selling them at the general store." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "Unlike me, she is very lively and cheerful... I suppose Tumbo gets that from her." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "The day Ruta started raging, she said she was going fishing in Zora River. Ruta's rage caused the river to swell. She may have been swept downstream!" — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "Worst case scenario...she could have been carried all the way to Lake Hylia." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- "After we last met, my darling gave me a good scolding... He said I shouldn't go wandering about anymore for a while..." — Mei (Breath of the Wild)
- "Link! LINK!! My wife, Mei... She came back to me! I cannot possibly thank you enough! But I shall try! Thank you! Thank you! THANK YOU, TRULY!!" — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)
- " Link! You are a true Champion... Now you have saved my wife, my children, and myself... Thank you, truly." — Fronk (Breath of the Wild)