Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is home to an NPC called Brigo whom, if you stand Link on the edge of a bridge, will begin to attempt to talk you down from jumping off. Twitter user TristanACooper documented the exchange between link and Brigo and uploaded screenshots showing the NPC giving kind words of advice to Link.

You can see Brigo’s message for yourself below:




  1. I actually experienced this just on my own. Came across him, then just went to the ledge to get a nice view and thought it was just an amazing detail.
    It’s pretty nice how the NPCs dialogues often vary depending on outer circumstances like even the weather.


  2. Wait, I just now noticed that this post says “advice on self-harm”. But if Brigo tries talking Link out of jumping (committing suicide), that’s different than self-harm. When I think of self-harm, I think of cutters. People who purposely cut themselves. Oh well, just thought I’d throw my two cents in here.


    • Yea but i think jumping off a hundred foot bridge would also fall into the self harm catagory.

      I saw this my first few days playing the game. I got close to the edge and the npc talked me out of jumping off, even though I wasn’t even thinking about it. I didn’t give it much thought as it happened. It was kind of funny and would have thought of it again if it wasn’t for this thread.

      I honestly don’t think it’s advice for the player. I just think it’s a funny thing they added to the game. He was talking about the end of the world and how everything is about to end in obvlivion just before talking you out of suicide. lol

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  3. King Kalas X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4! Hopefully it will also await us at Nintendo Switch if Nintendo doesn't FUCK things up again!}

    I found this just the other day. I even jumped off the bridge at one point to see if he’d react to me taking the plunge but nothing. I also found it slightly funny since the bridge wasn’t high enough to harm anyone even in real life. That & the river is pretty deep underneath the bridge.


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