Aww, did you just knock down the chandelier of the Lumpy Pumpkin? Those rupees and heart piece better have been worth it, because now you’re going to have to work it off! Pumm demands you to fix the damages by delivering some Hot Pumpkin Soup to the Knight Commander. While this is a simple request, Pumm doesn’t exactly tell you where to find the Knight Commander. So, if you want to complete this The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD sidequest, we can help you out!
How to Deliver Pumpkin Soup to the Knight Commander
To deliver the pumpkin soup to the Knight Commander, you must talk to Pumm while you have an empty bottle. Feel free to empty the bottle if needed beforehand; while Pumm is angry, you have time to prepare for your delivery. You are then timed to get the soup to the Commander – named Eagus, your sword trainer – who is located in the Sparring Hall, next to the Knight Academy in western Skyloft.
Eagus is training in the sparring hall. As long as you remember your way back to him, five minutes should be plenty of time! If you need to, choose “Wait” when talking to Pumm and practice getting to the Knight Commander by walking to the Sparring Hall.
Is there a punishment for not working off your debt? Not really. Pumm doesn’t chase you down or anything for not helping out. However, Pumm has another piece of heart that you only get for completing all three tasks he has for you. The other two tasks – carrying pumpkins and playing music with Kina – will take a while. They activate after the Earth Temple and when you learn all of the music the game has to offer.
And the only reward you get for these three tasks is one heart piece. That’s a lot of effort to go through just for 1/4th of max HP! But, it might make you feel a little better for shattering a man’s custom-built fancy chandelier.
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.