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Mack is a character in Majora's Mask and The Minish Cap.[1]


Majora's Mask

In Majora's Mask, Mack takes part in constructing the fireworks-viewing tower for the Carnival of Time. During the first days, Mutoh is in the Mayor's Office, on the first day he can be heard yelling at his apprentice to focus on his work instead of the moon.

The Minish Cap

The Carpenters (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
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The Carpenters
These carpenters may be rough around
the edges, but they do good work.
They may seem tough, but they're
in touch with their feminine side.

Mack is a Carpenter that first appears alongside the other Carpenters repairing the northern entrance to Hyrule Town after Princess Zelda is turned to stone by Vaati. The Carpenters are later found repairing an area in the Eastern Hills after Link obtains the Earth Element from Deepwood Shrine. He tells Link that Mutoh works the Carpenters hard, not even allowing breaks.[2]

After Link obtains the Cane of Pacci, Mack can be found in the Carpenters Shop in Hyrule Town for the remainder of the game. He is one of the potential characters to have a random Kinstone Fusion available.[3]


  • Mack's unnamed apprentice is the man who buys the Oceanside Spider House. If Link clears the house on the first day, Mack will still be yelling to this apprentice even though he is no longer present on top of the tower.


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
JapanJapaneseキューちゃん (Kyū-chan)[4]
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See Also


  1. Encyclopedia (Dark Horse Books) pg. 270
  2. "Ahh! No time to talk, kid! The boss has us working our fingers to the bone! No time for a break, even!" — Mack (The Minish Cap)
  3. "You want to fuse Kinstones? I hope they fit!" — Mack (The Minish Cap)
  4. Nintendo Official Guidebook—The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (Shogakukan) pg. 145
  5. Encyclopedia (TOKYOPOP) pg. 270
  6. Encyclopedia (Magazzini Salani) pg. 270
  7. Encyclopedia (Norma Editorial) pg. 270