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Gengle, turned to gold atop his master's head
Gengle is Jovani's cat, who was also cursed when Jovani sold his soul to the Poes for riches. Gengle became a solid gold crown on top of Jovani's head. After Link gets 20 pieces of Jovani's soul back, Gengle will return to normal. However, Jovani will remain solid gold (though he is able to move) until Link gets the rest of the Poe souls. Jovani will then return to normal as well.
After Link finds all 60 Poe souls and Jovani recovers, Gengle will give him 200 Rupees from Jovani's Rupee hoard each time he enters the house from that time forward.
- ↑ "I can't move... I can't go see my girlfriend... My pet cat Gengle is frozen on my head... I don't think I could be more miserable..." — Jovani (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "But...my body is still golden... Does this mean my soul is still not whole? That's strange... Maybe we need the souls of 60 ghosts..." — Jovani (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "Say, you're the one who fixed my master up, right? I owe you! My name's Gengle. I'm the leader of the cats outside. Well, well... Now that I can move, maybe I should go outside and breathe some fresh air..." — Gengle (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "Mr. Gengle can't come out today either... Apparently his master is more important than I am!" — Cat (Twilight Princess)
- ↑ "We normally hold our meetings in the open space in front of Jovani's house, but... I don't see why, if Boss Gengle isn't coming anyway, we can't have the meeting in front of my house." — Cat (Twilight Princess)
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