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Koboli is a character in The Wind Waker.[1]


Koboli is the mail sorter found on the upper floor of the Mail Center. He hires Link to be an assistant sorter, and becomes so impressed with Link's contribution that he hires another person, Baito, to help him.[2]

Koboli (Figurine from The Wind Waker)
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Birthplace: Windfall Island
Occupation: Mail sorter

Koboli is the third generation in a family of postmen, but rumor has it that an ancestor of his in an age gone by was also a postman...



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FranceFrenchEUKalif (TWWHD)[4]
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  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 259
  2. "X Letters!
    You have amazing coordination! Seriously, I'm stupefied! Incredulous! We veterans do this all day long, and even we have a hard time reaching that amount! I've got to give you more money! Got to! Three Rupees per letter comes to X Rupees. How's that sound? Hey, your name wouldn't happen to be Link, would it? It is, isn't it? Mmm-hmm. I thought you looked like the lad the chieftain was talking about. In that case, I should have expected you to be able to pull off something like this. I've heard all about you. Yes, I sure have. You've had a rough time, Link. I feel bad making you help us... But hey, things are looking up! Our new helper's just arrived. Maybe you can give him some advice the next time you come by.
    " — Koboli (The Wind Waker HD)
  3. "Koboli is a bit of fan service amongst the Rito tribe. Since the Rito tribe works distributing the post, I thought it would be funny to slip in the Postman from Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, and stuck him in close to the end of the development." — Haruhana, The Developers Discuss Koboli & The Salvage Corp., Zelda Box, published 2002, retrieved March 20, 2013.
  4. Encyclopedia (Les Éditions Soleil) pg. 259