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Gina is a character in The Minish Cap.[2]

Biography

Gina (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
TMC Gina Figurine Sprite.png
Gina
A strange Ghini who wants to fuse
Kinstone pieces, which is somewhat
peculiar for a monster. She has a lot
of pieces, so keep on fusing!

Gina is a Ghini found in the Royal Valley, in the grave to the right of Gustaf's. Her tomb is accessed by Fusing Kinstone Pieces with Dampé, and a Chest containing 100 Mysterious Shells can be found against the back wall. Gina is lonely,[3] and enjoys Link's company.[4]

Link can Fuse Kinstone Pieces with her twice;[5] the first time causes a fallen Tree to rise in the Western Wood, giving Link access to a Chest containing 100 Mysterious Shells. The second Fusion opens a waterfall in Hyrule Town, leading to a Chest containing 200 Mysterious Shells.

Nomenclature

Gina's name is a corruption of Ghini.

TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
LanguageName
GermanyGermanGhinia[6]
ItalyItalianGhini rosa[7]
SpainSpanishEUGhini rosa[8]
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References

  1. "A strange Ghini who wants to fuse Kinstone pieces, which is somewhat peculiar for a monster. She has a lot of pieces, so keep on fusing!" — Figurine (The Minish Cap)
  2. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 270 (TMC)
  3. "Ah, so you moved that gravestone, and now you can go outside... But I would get lonely here by myself, so could you come see me sometime?" — Gina (The Minish Cap)
  4. "Oh, you came back to visit! I'm so happy! I know this is a grave, but please, make yourself feel at home!" — Gina (The Minish Cap)
  5. "You want to fuse Kinstones? Yeah, OK." — Gina (The Minish Cap)
  6. Encyclopedia (TOKYOPOP) pg. 270
  7. Encyclopedia (Magazzini Salani) pg. 270
  8. Encyclopedia (Norma Editorial) pg. 270
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