"That's Don Gero's Mask, isn't it? That mask has a very operatic feel about it."
Happy Mask Salesman

Don Gero's Mask (ゲーロのお面, Gero no Omen?) is one of twenty-four masks in The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. It looks like Don Gero and is used to talk to frogs. These frogs form the Frog Choir, similar to the Fabulous Five Froggish Tenors from Ocarina of Time. By reuniting all five members of the choir, Link can get a Piece of Heart. Two of the frogs have been transformed into hostile Gekkos that Link must defeat in order to turn them back into their normal selves. As for the other three, one of them is in the Laundry Pool in Clock Town, one of them is on a log in the Southern Swamp, and one of them is near the Mountain Smithy (it only appears once Goht has been defeated and spring has returned to Snowhead).

Obtaining the Mask

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The mask is obtained by giving the piece of Rock Sirloin to the Hungry Goron on an ice outcropping in the Mountain Village. He states his hunger when he is spoken to. The Rock Sirloin is found in the Goron Shrine. To find it, all braziers have to be lit. When they all are, the chandelier will start to spin. Goron Link can roll into these jars, one of which contains the Rock Sirloin. Unlike most items, this must be physically carried by Goron Link and thrown onto the ledge where the Hungry Goron awaits.

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Don Gero's Mask is believed to be a reference to Slippy Toad, an anthropomorphic toad from the Star Fox series. It is one of five masks that are a supposed reference to Star Fox, along with the Bremen Mask, the Bunny Hood, the Keaton Mask, and the Mask of Scents.

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Non-canonical appearances

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Hyrule Warriors

In the Majora's Mask DLC Pack, it is an unlockable mask costume for Agitha.

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