The dramatic entrance of Jolene
|First appearance||Phantom Hourglass|
Jolene keeps a vigilant eye out for her old friend Linebeck, with whom Link travels, so that she might get her revenge on him. If she spots Linebeck's ship she will attack and ambush. If this happens Link will have to fight off Jolene, and if he is successful Linebeck will reward him. For every consecutive ambush, Linebeck will reward Link with progressively higher Rupee rewards, beginning with a Blue Rupee and ending with a giant Red Rupee (worth 200), after which he will stop giving rewards.
Near the end of the game, she sends Link a letter asking for a final battle. After Link defeats her this time, Linebeck will tell him the story of how they met.
Linebeck, by accident, once saved Jolene from a monster, when he was actually trying to escape. This lead Jolene and Linebeck to travel together, until Linebeck stole a part of her treasure and ran away. Since then, she's followed Linebeck around looking for revenge; however, according to Linebeck, the treasure he stole "wasn't even a good treasure." Jolene herself says, after their final duel, that Link had "eyes like the man who captivated" her and tells Linebeck to "take notes." This more-or-less indicates a possible romantic attachment to Linebeck. Linebeck's apparent ignorance of this leads Ciela to call him "dense."
- Her sister is Joanne. The two get along well and send each other letters.
- In Spirit Tracks, a supposed descendant of Jolene appears as the hostess of the Take 'Em All On minigame in Hyrule Castle Town.
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