Bombers' Notebook

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The Bombers' Notebook
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Bombers' Notebook from Majora's Mask 3D
Game(s) Majora's Mask
Use(s) Tracking sidequests

The Bombers' Notebook is an item in Majora's Mask.


Location and Uses


The Bombers' Notebook is given to Link by Jim, the leader of the Bombers Secret Society of Justice, after he completes their Hide-and-Seek test.[1][2] The notebook, which can hold twenty entries, keeps track of the schedules of characters in need. Every time Link makes a promise, a Promise Sticker is added to the notebook.[3] If Link solves a character's problem, he will receive a reward and a Happy Sticker will be added to the notebook.[4] Once an entry is fully completed, a Happiness Seal is placed next to it.[5] A picture of the character appears on the left column of the notebook, while its schedule appears in the adjacent row.[6] Blue bars show when a notable event will occur.[7]

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In Majora's Mask 3D, the Bombers' Notebook is instead given to Link by the Happy Mask Salesman, who says the notebook was most likely dropped by Skull Kid.[8] It includes entries for every character that gives Link an item and for ongoing and rumored events. Link can also set an alarm to an specific time so Tatl reminds him of any given event.


Promise Stickers

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Promise Stickers are shaped like exclamation marks. They are added to the notebook each time Link makes a promise or appointment, or each time he completes a significant event.[9] Details regarding the promise or event are displayed when the sticker is highlighted. If Link travels back in time after receiving a sticker, it will be grayed out until Link makes the promise or completes the task again.

Happy Stickers

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When Link receives an item such as a Piece of Heart as a prize or as thanks, a ribbon-shaped sticker is added to the notebook. When he receives a mask, a mask-shaped sticker is added instead. Details regarding the item and the means by which it was earned are displayed when the sticker is highlighted.

Happiness Seal

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When Link completes all available objectives for a certain character, a Happiness Seal is added to that entry.[5] This include obtaining all previous Promise and Happy Stickers for that character as well.

Notebook Schedule

Entry Picture Name Description
1 Notebook Bombers.png Bombers Secret Society of Justice helping people 24 hours a day.
2 Notebook Anju.png Anju Stock Pot Inn's innkeeper. A courteous woman.
3 Notebook Kafei.png Kafei Strange youth seen near Laundry Pool
4 Notebook Curiosity Shop Guy.png Man from Curiosity Shop Buys and sells stolen goods. Open at night only.
5 Notebook Bomb Shop Woman.png Old Lady from Bomb Shop Runs town Bomb Shop. Always open.
6 Notebook Romani.png Romani Young girl living at ranch with sister.
7 Notebook Cremia.png Cremia Manager of Romani Ranch. Milk is her specialty.
8 Notebook Mr. Dotour.png Mr. Dotour Mayor of Clock Town. V.I.P.
9 Notebook Madame Aroma.png Madame Aroma The Mayor's Wife. In charge of town performances.
10 Notebook Toto.png Toto Famed manager of The Indigo-Go's.
11 Notebook Gorman.png Gorman Leader of a traveling troupe. Has fine clothes, but a frightful face.
12 Notebook Poastman.png Postman Town's postal carrier. A very serious public servant.
13 Notebook Rosa Sisters.png Rosa Sisters Twin dancers. Members of the Gorman Troupe.
14 Notebook Thing.png ??? (Person living in the inn's restroom) Details are unknown.
15 Notebook Anju's Grandmother.png Anju's Grandmother Storyteller and grandmother at inn.
16 Notebook Kamaro.png Kamaro Ghost of a charismatic dancer. Enjoys moonlight.
17 Notebook Grog.png Grog Cucco Shack's breeder. His crest is frightful.
18 Notebook Gorman Bros..png Gorman Brothers Horse trainers. Suspicious...
19 Notebook Shiro.png Shiro The inconspicuous soldier. He really doesn't stand out.
20 Notebook Guru Guru.png Guru-Guru Musician in the Gorman Troupe.



  • In the original version, the jingle that plays when Link obtains the notebook is the regular "item obtained" tune, but in Majora's Mask 3D, it is the same tune that plays when Link obtains a mask.


  1. "This is the Bombers' Notebook. It contains the words we live by! Read it over!" — Jim (Majora's Mask)
  2. "You got the Bombers' Notebook! It allows you to keep track of people's schedules." — N/A (Majora's Mask)
  3. "Promise to help them. Mark promises with Promise Stickers. Never be late with fulfilling your promises." — Jim (Majora's Mask)
  4. "Whenever you solve someone's problem, it makes you happy, so a Happy Sticker will be added to your book." — Jim (Majora's Mask)
  5. 5.0 5.1 "When you're thanked for easing someone's troubles, take note! By helping someone out, you'll receive a happiness seal. Try to please everyone!" — Sign (Majora's Mask)
  6. "People are shown in the left column and their schedule appears in the adjacent row." — Sign (Majora's Mask)
  7. "Blue bars show people's schedules and when notable events occur. Something will happen at the time shown!" — Sign (Majora's Mask)
  8. "It appears to be one of those fancy notebooks the local brats carry around. Perhaps the imp dropped it?" — Happy Mask Salesman (Majora's Mask 3D)
  9. "An exclamation mark is added to your notebook when you make a promise or appointment! Be sure to confirm what you need to do!!" — Sign (Majora's Mask)
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese Japan Bonbāzu Dan'in Techō Bombers Member Notebook
Spanish Spain Cuaderno de los Bomber
French French-speaking countries Journal des Bombers Bombers' Journal
German Germany Notizbuch der Bomber Bombers' Notebook