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||Oh! It's been quite some time since I've seen a human!
|— Festari (The Minish Cap)
Festari is a Forest Minish in The Minish Cap, and is, by judging the distinctiveness of his clothing and headress, a Minish elite. He guards the entrance to Deepwood Shrine from his abbey in the northern section of Minish Village. He is the only Forest Minish who speaks human languages, however, it is unknown if he is, exclusively, the only Minish that can do so, considering any subsequent meeting with a member of the Minish race occurs after Link has eaten the Jabber Nut, upon which point all Minish, regardless of region, speak in a tongue Link can understand. He directs Link to the location of the Jabber Nut, which is, hence, a peculiar item that allows Link to speak and understand the Picori Language. After Link finds and eats the Jabber Nut, he then directs Link to speak to the Minish Elder, Gentari, before he moves aside to allow passage into the Deepwood Shrine.
| Festari (Figurine from The Minish Cap)
|| A Minish living in Minish Village. He speaks some human languages. He sees that Link is human with one look. He’s a bit of a human enthusiast.
In The Minish Cap manga, Festari is named Festa, and claims to be the biggest human fanatic, collecting many human stuff.
Festari as seen in The Minish Cap
Festari in The Minish Cap Manga
- ↑ "My name is Festari. I watch the abbey, as well as the shrine to the north." — Festari (The Minish Cap)
- ↑ "Sorry, but I know little about swords. I'm sure the elder can help you." — Festari (The Minish Cap)