"Aim for her when she appears!"

Joelle, also known as Jo, is a recurring character in the Legend of Zelda series. The second youngest of the Poe Sisters, she is adorned in orange robes.


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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Joelle is one of the Poes who haunts the halls of the Forest Temple. When Link enters the central chamber of the Forest Temple, Joelle and her sisters appear. They steal the flames of the torches that activate the Elevator leading to Phantom Ganon's chamber. Because of this, Link must give chase through the temple. Joelle is found "haunting" the paintings in the narrow hallways located west of the room where the Fairy Bow is obtained. When Link looks at one of the paintings, Joelle will quickly move to another picture. Link must use his Fairy Bow to hit all the three paintings from a distance, causing the picture to burn and disappear. Once all the paintings have been hit with arrows, Joelle floats down to the bottom of the stairs and battle Link in a similar way to normal Poes.

Navi's Note

Navi Artwork Aim for her when she appears!

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Jo and her sisters are being held in the backroom of the Spirit House. The Ghost Hunter asks Link to heal their souls. If the hero accepts, he is thrown into a battle with the four sisters. If he succeeds in defeating all of them, he obtains their "earthly possession", a Piece of Heart.

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Joelle appears to be named after Jo March, the second eldest of the sisters in Little Women.

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