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Navi was sent to retrieve Link by the Great Deku Tree when he felt that his life was coming to an end. She griped at him for being lazy and eventually got him to get out of bed. After bringing Link to the Deku Tree, Navi was ordered to guide him through the dungeon inside of him and eventually the rest of his journey through Hyrule as well. Navi would always give Link advice whenever he was lost. She ends up being sealed in the Sacred Realm with him for seven years and points out that he has grown up.
Link later manages to rescue all of the sages and confront Ganondorf. The evil king casts a dark magic that prevents Navi from helping Link during the battle. However, Ganondorf later turns into Ganon and Navi insists on helping Link during the final battle. Ganondorf is defeated and sealed by the sages so Princess Zelda returns Link back to his original time along with Navi. Afterwards, the fairy flies off without saying anything. Link goes to look for her in the Lost Woods but ends up on another adventure in Termina instead. It is unknown if the two were ever reunited.
Nalink has a small amount of popularity in the Zelda fandom. It is not nearly as popular as other ships such as Zelink or Malink. This is mostly because many fans find Navi to be very annoying while others think that there is too much of a size difference between Link and Navi that would make a relationship between the two odd. However, many are supportive of the bond between the two and speculated that Navi is the important friend whom Link was searching for at the beginning of Majora's Mask and this was later proven to be correct.
- According to Shigeru Miyamoto, Navi left at the end of Ocarina of Time because she "felt something" for Link and was jealous of Princess Zelda.
- After years of fans speculating, it was confirmed that Navi is the friend whom Link was looking for at the beginning of Majora's Mask.