Happy Mask Salesman

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Characters In The Legend Of Zelda Series - Supporting Characters - Happy Mask Salesman
... The Happy Mask Salesman (お面屋, Omen'ya?, Mask Shop Owner) is a mysterious man who specialises in masks, which Link can use for different purposes ... He is almost always happy, with few exceptions ... He is found in his Happy Mask Shop located in Hyrule Castle town during Link's childhood ...
Comics From The Legend Of Zelda Series - Titles By Akira Himekawa - Majora's Mask - Chapters
... Skull Kid and the Evil Mask After defeating Ganondorf, Link soon went on a journey to find Navi ... The Happy Mask Salesman After retrieving the Ocarina of Time from Skull Kid, Link managed to reverse time ... up in the clock tower, three days prior, and restored to his human-self with a Deku Scrub mask ...
The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask - Synopsis - Plot
... Majora's Mask takes place several months after Ocarina of Time and begins with Link searching for an unnamed friend.) ... There he meets the Happy Mask Salesman, who says he can help Link if he retrieves the Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask from the Skull Kid ... Link is unable to take the mask, but retrieves the Ocarina of Time ...

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