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Kaepora Gaebora is a wizened old owl in the video-game Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time.

Ocarina of Time

Kaepora Gaebora first meets Link, on his way out of his home, the Kokiri Forest. Kaepora Gaebora gives Link advice on crossing the wide and potentially dangerous Hyrule Field. Once Link confirms he understands Kaepora Gaebora will wish Link well and fly off. Kaepora Gaebora is encountered again and again through-out the game, functioning as both a tutorial and exposition for events, this includes explaining ways the world has changed to Link as an adult from it's state when he was a child. There are two occasions when Kaepora Gaebora will actually help Link get around, once at the Lake Hylia, where he will offer to carry Link back to Hyrule Castle and once on top of Death Mountain where he will drop Link off in Karkariko Village. It is revealed by some of the Gossip Stones that Kaepora Gaebora is actually the spirit animal form of the Sage of Light, Rauru, who allows Link to travel through time

Majora's Mask

Kaepora Gaebora will briefly meet Link in the game Majora's Mask in the Southern Swamps. Kaepora Gaebora will teach Link the extremely useful Song of Soaring, which allows Link to fly from one owl marker to another instantly. The markers are in Kaepora Gaebora's image and can be activated by slashing at them with a blade, prompting the statues to spread their wings. Activated statues will remain active even if Link goes back in time, thus giving him permanent warp points.

Trivia

  • Kaepora Gaebora will always ask if Link understands his message and repeat it again if Link wishes him to, during a second explanation Kaepora Gaebora will reverse his head, and switch yet again if Link wishes him to repeat his message still.

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