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Krane is a character in Breath of the Wild.[1]


Krane is a Goron who stands watch at the western entrance to Goron City. He wears a Forehead Protector and carries a Cobble Crusher.

When Krane first meets with Link, he greets him as "Master Link."[2] If Link asks how he knew who he was, Krane appears confused, before he expresses his hope that Link made it past the Magma Bombs without injury.[3] He admits that not many tourists have visited Goron City since the Magma Bombs started falling, so he has been addressing guests as the Hylian Champion to pass the time.[4] He explains that Link was the name of the Hylian who fought alongside the Goron Champion, Daruk.[5] Krane directs Link to Bludo if he wants to know more.[6]

Krane then asks what has brought Link to Goron City.[7] If Link speaks to him again and answers that he is visiting for a different reason, Krane will notice the change and become confused.[8][9][10]

When told that Link is there for a Divine Beast, Krane admits that he does not know much about that.[11] He believes that Bludo would know something about it.[12] The next time Link tells him that he is there for a Divine Beast, will mishear him as saying he is there for a "diving feast," which he does not know about.[13] However, he adds that Bludo has been driving away a lizard monster with his Cannons, referring to the Divine Beast Vah Rudania.[14] He tells Link that Bludo lives in the deepest part of town.[15] If Link gives this answer to Krane after calming Divine Beast Vah Rudania, Krane complains that it so much chaos.[16] He is grateful that Yunobo was able to bring peace back to Goron City.[17]

Next, if Link says that he is there for pleasure, Krane says that he reasons do not matter and welcomes him to Goron City.[18] Due to the Scorching Climate surrounding the City, Krane has not seen many Hylians as of late.[19] He considers it their loss, though, and he encourages Link to enjoy his visit.[20] If Link tells Krane a second time that he is there for pleasure, Krane wonders whether he is equipped for the heat.[21] He informs Link that there are goods in Goron City that could help him adjust, such as Fireproof Armor from Ripped and Shredded or Fireproof Elixirs.[22]

Finally, Link can tell Krane that he is in Goron City for business, which causes Krane to recall that it used to be easy to find Gems in town, even though the Gorons find them disgusting.[23] Though it sounds outlandish to him, Krane shares that there are people who buy them for high prices.[24] In fact, he claims that it is the main source of income for Goron City.[25] If Link again tells Krane that he is there for business, Krane shares that he heard there are many valuable Gems on Death Mountain.[26] Since no one goes there anymore, Krane believes that anyone who goes there to dig up Gems would not face much competition.[27]


Krane is a reference to the Crane (machine), which is utilized in construction.

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  1. "Krane" — N/A (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "Well, lookee here... Welcome, Master Link!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "[How did you know?] What do ya mean? More importantly, I hope ya made it past all those magma bombs without injury!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "To be honest, we haven't had too many visitors here since those magma bombs started fallin' from the sky. I'd be bored to tears if I didn't pass the time pretendin' to greet the long lost Hylian Champion, heh." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "Oh, in case ya didn't know, Link is the little Hylian who fought alongside the Goron Champion, Daruk." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  6. "If ya wanna hear more, talk to the Boss. He lives further in town." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  7. "Hey there! What brings ya all the way out here?" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  8. "I thought you said you were here for some "divine bees" earlier? Maybe I'm crazy..." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  9. "Huh? Didn't you say somethin' about being here for pleasure before?" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  10. "Huh? Didn't you say somethin' about being here for business earlier?" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  11. "[A Divine Beast.] Huh. Sorry, I don't really know anything about all that business." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  12. "If you're looking for info, I bet the Boss knows a thing or two about it." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  13. "[A Divine Beast.] I don't know anything about a "diving feast" or whatever..." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  14. "I do know Boss drives a lizard monster away with a cannon, so you should ask him if you wanna know more about that." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  15. "By the way, Boss is the old guy that lives in the deepest part of town." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  16. "The "divine beat"? Oh! You mean that lizard monster, don't you? That thing caused such a ruckus for us!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  17. "Thanks to Yunobo, peace has finally been restored!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  18. "Well, whatever brought ya here doesn't really matter. Welcome, brother!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  19. "Because of this extreme heat, I actually haven't seen any Hylians around lately..." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  20. "Welp, their loss! Enjoy your stay, little guy!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  21. "[Pleasure!] Well, just visiting is well and good, but... can you really bear this heat?" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  22. "There are some goods that might suit a Hylian tourist like you. In fact, fire-resistant armor can be purchased at a shop called Ripped and Shredded. If that doesn't do it for ya, I also saw someone sellin' fireproof elixir... You should go check it out." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  23. "[Business.] Business, eh? In the old days, you could easily find jewels in Goron City. To us, they're just gross snacks that are hard to eat. Yuck!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  24. "Sounds nuts, but lots of people actually buy those abominations at a high price. Crazy, I know. But it's true!" — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  25. "I don't get it, but that's why the Boss and Goron City make lots of money sellin' that weird food to crazy folks." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  26. "[Business.] I hear there are some valuable jewels on Death Mountain." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)
  27. "No one goes near there these days, so you could probably go dig it all up without much competition." — Krane (Breath of the Wild)