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|name = King Mutoh
 
|name = King Mutoh
|image = [[File:King Mutoh.png|Artwork of King Mutoh]]
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|hometown = [[Cobble Kingdom]]
 
|hometown = [[Cobble Kingdom]]
 
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|race = [[Ghost]], formerly [[Hylian]]
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|race = [[Ghost]]<br />Formerly [[Hylian]]
 
|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]'' ([[2007]])
 
|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|Phantom Hourglass]]'' ([[2007]])
 
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'''King Mutoh''' is a character from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass]]''. He was the ruler of the once glorious civilization known as the [[Cobble Kingdom]] before it vanished from existence. King Mutoh remains in the [[World of the Ocean King]] as a [[ghost]], and rests in his temple on the [[Isle of Ruins]].
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{{Q|My name is Mutoh. I am the king of the great Cobble Kingdom.|King Mutoh}}
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'''King Mutoh''' is a character from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass]]''. He was the ruler of the once glorious civilization known as the [[Cobble Kingdom]] before it vanished from existence. King Mutoh remains in the [[World of the Ocean King]] as a [[ghost]], and rests in his [[Mutoh's Temple|temple]] on the [[Isle of Ruins]].
   
 
== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
[[File:King Mutoh2.png|left|thumb|King Mutoh as seen in-game]]
 
 
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[[File:King Mutoh.png|left|thumb|King Mutoh as seen in-game]]
 
During his quest to defeat [[Bellum]], [[Link]] arrives at the Isle of Ruins looking for [[Pure Metals#Aquanine|Aquanine]], the last [[Pure Metals|Pure Metal]] needed to forge the [[Phantom Sword]], the only weapon that can defeat Bellum. The ghosts of the [[Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom]]; [[Brant]], [[Bremeur]], [[Doylan]] and [[Max]], help Link enter King Mutoh's tomb, and tell him of a monster that is disturbing the King's peaceful slumber. After defeating the stone soldier, [[Eox]], Link enters the resting place of King Mutoh who has been calmed by the monster's defeat. The King is distraught to find that the [[Ocean King]] is in need of assistance and presents Link with the Aquanine before returning to his slumber.
 
During his quest to defeat [[Bellum]], [[Link]] arrives at the Isle of Ruins looking for [[Pure Metals#Aquanine|Aquanine]], the last [[Pure Metals|Pure Metal]] needed to forge the [[Phantom Sword]], the only weapon that can defeat Bellum. The ghosts of the [[Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom]]; [[Brant]], [[Bremeur]], [[Doylan]] and [[Max]], help Link enter King Mutoh's tomb, and tell him of a monster that is disturbing the King's peaceful slumber. After defeating the stone soldier, [[Eox]], Link enters the resting place of King Mutoh who has been calmed by the monster's defeat. The King is distraught to find that the [[Ocean King]] is in need of assistance and presents Link with the Aquanine before returning to his slumber.
   
After the monster lurking in his kingdom has been defeated, he will send Link a [[Power Gem]] through the [[Postbox|postal service]].
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After the monster lurking in his kingdom has been defeated, he will send Link a [[Spirit Gem#Power Gem|Power Gem]] through the [[Postbox|postal service]].
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== Etymology ==
 
== Etymology ==
It is probable that King Mutoh is named after [[Mutoh]] from previous games. This seems likely due to their identical names, as well as the fact that King Mutoh is the leader of Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom while Mutoh is the leader of four [[Carpenters]].
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It is probable that King Mutoh is named after [[Mutoh]] from previous games in the [[The Legend of Zelda series|''Legend of Zelda'' series]]. This seems likely due to their identical names, as well as the fact that King Mutoh is the leader of Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom while Mutoh is the leader of four [[Carpenters]].
   
 
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[[Category:Kings]]
 
[[Category:Kings]]
 
[[Category:Hylians]]
 
[[Category:Hylians]]
 
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[[Category:Ghosts]]

Latest revision as of 15:51, July 17, 2016

"My name is Mutoh. I am the king of the great Cobble Kingdom."
— King Mutoh

King Mutoh is a character from The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. He was the ruler of the once glorious civilization known as the Cobble Kingdom before it vanished from existence. King Mutoh remains in the World of the Ocean King as a ghost, and rests in his temple on the Isle of Ruins.

Biography Edit

Spoiler warning: Plot or ending details follow.

King Mutoh

King Mutoh as seen in-game

During his quest to defeat Bellum, Link arrives at the Isle of Ruins looking for Aquanine, the last Pure Metal needed to forge the Phantom Sword, the only weapon that can defeat Bellum. The ghosts of the Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom; Brant, Bremeur, Doylan and Max, help Link enter King Mutoh's tomb, and tell him of a monster that is disturbing the King's peaceful slumber. After defeating the stone soldier, Eox, Link enters the resting place of King Mutoh who has been calmed by the monster's defeat. The King is distraught to find that the Ocean King is in need of assistance and presents Link with the Aquanine before returning to his slumber.

After the monster lurking in his kingdom has been defeated, he will send Link a Power Gem through the postal service.

Spoiler warning: Spoilers end here.

Etymology Edit

It is probable that King Mutoh is named after Mutoh from previous games in the Legend of Zelda series. This seems likely due to their identical names, as well as the fact that King Mutoh is the leader of Four Knights of the Cobble Kingdom while Mutoh is the leader of four Carpenters.

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