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Goselle is fond of antiques which she proudly displays in her home. She appears kind and happy when Link first talks to her. If Link manages to roll into the walls and knock down her antiques, she will become enraged, demanding compensation for her broken antiques. After Link pays her the amount of Rupees required, she calms down.
As many residents of Skyloft seem to be named after birds, it is possible that Goselle is a combination of the gosling, and the Italian name Roselle.
- Goselle demanding compensation for broken antiques is similar to when Link breaks a vase in the Auction House in The Wind Waker, where Mila's Father will make Link pay.
- She gets angry with Link when he sits down in her couch, but calms down and says that it's OK if he sits there, so long as he doesn't make it dirty.
- Goselle's Japanese name, Otaka, likely comes from the Japanese word 御高い (Otakai), meaning "self-importance" or "haughty."
- The pattern on her belt resembles Rupoors.
Concept art of Goselle from Hyrule Historia
- ↑ "HEY! Oh... I guess it's OK as long as you're going to just sit. But listen up! THAT is an expensive chair, and if you get it dirty... Well, I can't be held responsible for what happens." — Goselle (Skyward Sword)
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