Joyous Volunteer Association
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In The Wind Waker, the Joyous Volunteer Association is a group whose objective is to decorate Windfall Island with decorative items in order to make the town seem more lively and joyful. The association came into being after Mrs. Marie, the town's school teacher, began to try and spread joy to the island through her expertise in exterior decor. Hearing of her efforts, the shop master Zunari was moved deeply and also began to show an interest in volunteer activities. Soon enough, metal pedestals known as Joy Pedestals began to get installed all around the town to help decorate Windfall.
The only known group members of the Joyous Volunteer Association are Mrs. Marie, Zunari, and Sam.
- ↑ "The association's objective is to decorate our little town of Windfall with flowers and other small decorative items to make our town a better, more joyous place." — Mrs. Marie (The Wind Waker)
- ↑ "If you must know, the society came into being when the shop master Zunari arrived here. He heard about my efforts to spread joy, and it moved him deeply. It was after that that he began to show an interest in volunteer activities..." — Mrs. Marie (The Wind Waker)
- ↑ "Have you seen the small metal pedestals all around town? We call those Joy Pedestals. Yeah, they got installed a little while ago by the newly formed Joyous Volunteer Association. It's part of this grand plan to help decorate the town." — Sam (The Wind Waker)
- ↑ "Anyway, they're brilliant! I may as well tell you that both myself and Zunari, the guy who runs that stall over there, are members. You just have to be a part of stuff like this! Hey there, little joy junior! Thanks so much for being a Joyous Volunteer!" — Sam (The Wind Waker)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Spanish||Cuerpo de Voluntarios de la Felicidad|
|French||Bénévoles du Bonheur|
|German||Freiwillige Gesellschaft für Glück und Frohsinn|
|Italian||Associazione Volontari per la Felecità|