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Gonzo reappears as a member of Tetra's Pirates. He is seen at the beginning of the game, and once more at the end as Link and Tetra are reunited with the crew.
 
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*This character is not to be confused with the more well-known Muppet of the same name.
   
 
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Revision as of 20:20, January 8, 2012

"Shrimp! If you're going to go sailing on a pirate ship, you better be prepared to become a pirate, yeah? 'Cause if you get scared and start begging and crying at us to let you off the ship somewheres, then you're guaranteed to end up as shark bait!"
— Gonzo

Gonzo is a recurring character in the Legend of Zelda series. He is one of the head pirates under Tetra.

Appearances

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The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

Gonzo first appears in The Wind Waker as a head pirate under Tetra's command. Even though he is remarkably huge, he is in fact more soft-hearted than he looks. He does not seem to bond with Link while he was on board with them, and is more the muscle of the crew. Nudge actually has even greater strength than Gonzo, but he guards Tetra's room, leaving Gonzo as second-in-command to Tetra, or as far as true pirate ranking would go, he would be first mate.

Gonzo seems to be rather clever, as he tricks Quill into revealing where Jabun resides, and how to gain access to his shrine so that they can get Nayru's Pearl. Yet this also seems to be the first time hes shown any wit according to Mako.

Gonzo also seems to have some feelings for Tetra; as he was the only one of all of her crew to come rescue her from the forest on Outset Island after being dropped by the Helmaroc King. Also when Mako tells Gonzo that with his cunning and Tetra's smarts, if they got married and had a kid then their child would be the greatest pirate to sail the seas. Gonzo blushes at his remark but tries to play it off by laughing at him and saying that he is stupid.

Interestingly, a man resembling Gonzo appears in a painting in Hyrule Castle depicting the Royal Family of Hyrule, all of whom bear likenesses of all seven of the pirates.

The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures

Gonzo appears during the Navi Trackers mini-game in the Japanese release of the game.

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

Gonzo reappears as a member of Tetra's Pirates. He is seen at the beginning of the game, and once more at the end as Link and Tetra are reunited with the crew.

Spoiler warning: Spoilers end here.


Trivia

  • This character is not to be confused with the more well-known Muppet of the same name.

Gallery

See also

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