FAQ/Walkthrough by KrocTheDoc
Banjo Tooie on SuperCheats.com
                                "Banjo-Tooie"


                                by KrocTheDoc

Work History -

August 25, 2007 - FAQ started, finished first two worlds.

August 26, 2007 - I was busy today, so I got off to a late start. Because of
                  that, I only finished Witchyworld and the part before Jolly
                  Roger's Lagoon. I should have JRL and the fifth world done
                  tomorrow.

August 27, 2007 - Like I said, I finished JRL and Terrydactyland.

August 28, 2007 - I completed Grunty Industries and Hailfire Peaks. I thought I
                  might do Cloud Cuckooland as a bonus, but it was past 11 by
                  the time HFP was done. I'll have the walkthrough done tomorrow
                  and the FAQ done within a couple days.

August 29, 2007 - Like I said, everything's done, including the extra chapters.

Well, I actually finished this faster than my BK FAQ. A five day project.

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| I submitted the file to www.gamefaqs.com after working on it for a few days. |
| It's been a pleasure and I hope using it will be as well.                    |
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| I made a couple changes in the walkthrough. I also made some minor changes   |
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| Completed enemy lists for the worlds and finished the move list for Grunty   |
| Industries, both of which I totally forgot.                                  |
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| Fixed a minor mistake at the end of the guide and added another sentence in  |
| the Weldar guide.                                                            |
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| Thanks to Ninkobra (shampoo_chan97@yahoo.com), I now know that you do not    |
| have to type NESTKING in backwards after Cheato in order for the cheat to    |
| work without having to answer the riddle. bradlestix_oloughlin@hotmail.com   |
| has also informed me that Fruities can be killed with a Bill Drill.          |
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Table of Contents:

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|No. |           Name               | Search |                Description      |
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|(01)|          Introduction        | INTRO  | The introduction to this FAQ.   |
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|(02)|          Game Basics         | BASICS | The basic skills you need       |
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| 2a |             Story            | STORY  | The story behind the game.      |
| 2b |           Controls           | CONTROL| The controls of the game.       |
| 2c |            Items             |  ITEM  | The items found in the game.    |
| 2d |            Moves             |  MOVE  | The moves used in the game.     |
| 2e |        Transformations       |  TRAN  | The transformations in the game.|
| 2f |         Mumbo Magic          | SPELLS | Mumbo's different spells.       |
| 2g |          Enemy List          | ENEMY  | The enemies in the game.        |
| 2h |        Character List        | CHARA  | The characters in the game.     |
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|(03)|         Walkthrough          | WALKTH | The walkthrough for the game.   |
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| 3a |       Spiral Mountain        |SPIRAL1 | Getting to the Digger Tunnel.   |
| 3b |   Inside the Digger Tunnel   |DIGGER1 | Defeating Klungo #1.            |
| 3c | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) | JINJO1 | Getting your 1st Jiggy.         |
| 3d | King Jingaling's Throne Room | THRONE | Meeting King Jingaling.         |
| 3e | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) | JINJO2 | Jinjo Village trip 2.           |
| 3f |        Bottles' House        | BOTTLE | Getting to Wooded Hollow.       |
| 3g | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW1 | Opening the first world.        |
| 3h |      Jiggywiggy's Temple     | JIGGY1 | Meeting Jiggywiggy.             |
| 3i | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW2 | Going to Mayahem Temple.        |
| 3j |        Mayahem Temple        |MAYAHEM1| Your first world.               |
| 3k |        Terrydactyland        | TERRY1 | Getting a Mayahem Temple Jiggy. |
| 3l |        Mayahem Temple        |MAYAHEM2| Your first world.               |
| 3m | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW2 | Opening world number two.       |
| 3n |      Jiggywiggy's Temple     | JIGGY2 | Opening worlds two and three.   |
| 3o | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW3 | Getting to the plateau.         |
| 3p |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU1| Getting more energy.            |
| 3q |        Honey B's Hive        | HONEY1 | Meeting Honey B                 |
| 3r |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU2| Going to Glitter Gulch Mine.    |
| 3s |      Glitter Gulch Mine      |  MINE1 | The second world.               |
| 3t |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU3| Going back to Mayahem Temple.   |
| 3u | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW4 | Going back to the Temple.       |
| 3v |        Mayahem Temple        |MAYAHEM3| Getting Jiggy #10.              |
| 3w |      Glitter Gulch Mine      |  MINE2 | The second world.               |
| 3x |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU4| Getting to the pine grove.      |
| 3y |   Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)  | GROVE1 | Going to Witchyworld.           |
| 3z |         Witchyworld          | WITCH1 | The third world.                |
| 3aa|   Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)  | GROVE2 | Going back to Jinjo Village.    |
| 3bb| Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) | JINJO3 | Heading back to Spiral Mt.      |
| 3cc|       Spiral Mountain        |SPIRAL2 | Returning pages and saving fish.|
| 3dd|       Gruntilda's Lair       |  LAIR1 | Returning ten pages.            |
| 3ee|       Spiral Mountain        |SPIRAL3 | Gonig back to Jinjo Village.    |
| 3ff| Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) | JINJO4 | Going to Wooded Hollow.         |
| 3gg| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW5 | Going to the temple.            |
| 3hh|      Jiggywiggy's Temple     | JIGGY3 | Solving puzzles four-six.       |
| 3ii| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW6 | Goign to Mayahem Temple.        |
| 3jj|        Mayahem Temple        |MAYAHEM4| Entering codes one and two.     |
| 3kk| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW7 | Going to the plateau.           |
| 3ll|    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU5| Getting more energy.            |
| 3mm|        Honey B's Hive        | HONEY2 | Getting energy unit eight.      |
| 3nn|    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU6| Reaching the Cliff Top.         |
| 3oo|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF1 | Going to Jolly Roger's Lagoon.  |
| 3pp|     Jolly Roger's Lagoon     | JOLLY1 | The fourth world.               |
| 3qq|       Grunty Industries      |GRUNTY1 | Fixing the toxic waste problem. |
| 3rr|     Jolly Roger's Lagoon     | JOLLY2 | The fourth world.               |
| 3ss|      Glitter Gulch Mine      |  MINE3 | Getting the fifth Jinjo.        |
| 3tt|     Jolly Roger's Lagoon     | JOLLY3 | The fourth world.               |
| 3uu|       Grunty Industries      |GRUNTY2 | Getting a Jinjo.                |
| 3vv|     Jolly Roger's Lagoon     | JOLLY4 | The fourth world.               |
| 3ww|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF2 | Warping to the Pine Grove.      |
| 3xx|   Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)  | GROVE3 | Finding the Wasteland.          |
| 3yy| Inside Another Digger Tunnel |DIGGER2 | Battling Klungo again.          |
| 3zz|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE1 | Going to Terrydactyland.        |
|3aaa|        Terrydactyland        | TERRY2 | The fifth world.                |
|3bbb|         Witchyworld          | WITCH2 | Picking up a dino.              |
|3ccc|        Terrydactyland        | TERRY3 | The fifth world.                |
|3ddd|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF3 | Getting Mumbo's help.           |
|3eee|        Terrydactyland        | TERRY4 | The fifth world.                |
|3fff|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE2 | Warping to the Plateau.         |
|3ggg|    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU7| Getting more energy.            |
|3hhh|        Honey B's Hive        | HONEY3 | Getting energy unit nine.       |
|3iii|    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU8| Returning to Glitter Gulch Mine.|
|3jjj|      Glitter Gulch Mine      |  MINE4 | Getting Jiggies nine and ten.   |
|3kkk|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS1 | Getting the Mega Glowbo.        |
|3lll|      Glitter Gulch Mine      |  MINE5 | Leaving the mine for GOOD.      |
|3mmm|    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEAU9| Warping to the Wasteland.       |
|3nnn|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE3 | Reaching the Quagmire.          |
|3ooo|    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   | QUAGM1 | Going to Grunty Industries.     |
|3ppp|       Grunty Industries      |GRUNTYI1| Activate the train switch.      |
|3qqq|    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   | QUAGM2 | Warping to the wasteland.       |
|3rrr|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE4 | Going to Terrydactyland.        |
|3sss|        Terrydactyland        | TERRY5 | Taking the train to Grunty Ind. |
|3ttt|       Grunty Industries      |GRUNTYI2| Actually doing the sixth world. |
|3uuu|    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   | QUAGM3 | Warping to the Pine Grove.      |
|3vvv|  Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)   | GROVE4 | Going back to Witchyworld.      |
|3www|         Witchyworld          | WITCH2 | Getting the final Jiggy.        |
|3xxx|        Terrydactyland        | TERRY5 | Getting the ninth Jiggy.        |
|3yyy|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS2 | Getting the first Jiggy.        |
|3zzz|        Terrydactyland        | TERRY6 | Leaving Terrydactyland for good.|
|3AAA|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE5 | Warping to Wooded Hollow.       |
|3BBB| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW8 | Going to Heggy's egg shed.      |
|3CCC|       Heggy's Egg Shed       | HEGGY1 | Hatching the special eggs.      |
|3DDD| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW9 | Going to the temple.            |
|3EEE|      Jiggywiggy's Temple     | JIGGY4 | Doing puzzles 7-9               |
|3FFF| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW10| Warping to the Cliff Top.       |
|3GGG|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF4 | Going to Hailfire Peaks.        |
|3HHH|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS3 | The seventh world.              |
|3III|        Mayahem Temple        |MAYAHEM5| Transforming into a stony.      |
|3JJJ|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS4 | The seventh world.              |
|3KKK|        Mayahem Temple        |MAAYEHM6| Transforming back.              |
|3LLL|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS5 | The seventh world.              |
|3MMM|       Grunty Industries      |GRUNTYI3| Getting a Hailfire Peaks Jiggy. |
|3NNN|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS6 | The seventh world.              |
|3OOO|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF5 | Going to Jolly Roger's Lagoon.  |
|3PPP|     Jolly Roger's Lagoon     | JOLLY5 | Getting some items.             |
|3QQQ|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF6 | Warping to the wasteland.       |
|3RRR|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE6 | Going to Cloud Cuckooland.      |
|3SSS|       Cloud Cuckooland       | CLOUD1 | The eighth world.               |
|3TTT|   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   | WASTE7 | Warping to the cliff top.       |
|3UUU|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF7 | Going back to Hailfire Peaks.   |
|3VVV|        Hailfire Peaks        | PEAKS7 | Getting the final JRL Jiggy.    |
|3WWW|   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   | CLIFF8 | Warping to Wooded Hollow.       |
|3XXX| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW11| Going to Jiggywiggy's Temple.   |
|3YYY|      Jiggywiggy's Temple     | JIGGY5 | Solving the last puzzle.        |
|3ZZZ| Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |HOLLOW12| Warping to Jinjo Village.       |
|3.a | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) | JINJO5 | Going back to Spiral Mountain.  |
|3.b |       Spiral Mountain        |SPIRAL4 | Doing a few things.             |
|3.c |       Gruntilda's Lair       | LAIR2  | Returning the Cheato Pages.     |
|3.d |       Spiral Mountain        |SPIRAL5 | Returning to Jinjo Village.     |
|3.e | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) | JINJO6 | Warping to the plateau.         |
|3.f |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEA10| Getting the last energy unit.   |
|3.g |        Honey B's Hive        | HONEY4 | Getting energy unit ten.        |
|3.h |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |PLATEA11| Warping to the quagmire.        |
|3.i |    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   | QUAGM4 | Going back to Grunty Industries.|
|3.j |       Grunty Industries      |GRUNTYI4| Getting the LAST Jiggies.       |
|3.k |    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   | QUAGM5 | Going to Cauldron Keep.         |
|3.l |         Cauldron Keep        |CAULDRO1| Defeating Klungo. Permanently.  |
|3.m |       Tower of Tragedy       |TRAGEDY1| Gruntilda's game show.          |
|3.n |          Gun Chamber         |CHAMBER | A cut-scene.                    |
|3.o |         Cauldron Keep        |CAULDRO2| Getting to the tower top.       |
|3.p |          Final Fight         | GRUNTY | Fighting Gruntilda.             |
|3.q |             Ending           | ENDING | The ending of the game.         |
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|(04)|         Appendicies          |APPENDIC| The closing chapters.           |
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| 4a |          Extra Items         | EXTRAS | The locations of special items. |
| 4b |  Multiplayer & Replay Modes  |MULTIREP| The two bonus modes of the game.|
| 4c |         Cheat Codes          |  CODE  | The game's cheat codes.         |
| 4d |       Legal Disclaimer       | LEGAL  | The legal info about this FAQ.  |
| 4e |     Contact Information      |CONTACT | READ THIS BEFORE CONTACTING!    |
| 4f |           Credits            | CREDIT | The credits for this FAQ.       |
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So I finished my BK FAQ yesterday, and now I'm working on this =p. This would be
my fifth FAQ for gamefaqs, my third Rareware FAQ, and my second N64 FAQ. Yeah.
This is probably around my fifth or sixth time playing through the game. It's
one of those games that you never get tired of.

Banjo-Tooie is a HELL of a lot longer, harder, but also more fun than Banjo-
Kazooie. The tasks required of you to get Jiggies are a lot more complicated,
often requiring more than just two or three steps. There are only 8 worlds, as
opposed to Banjo-Kazooie's 9, but the worlds are so much larger and and less
linear than Banjo-Kazooie. Whereas with Banjo-Kazooie, I could finish a guide
for a world in about an hour. Here, it takes me like two hours to finish just
one world, sometimes more.

The GAME BASICS chapter tells you all the basic game knowledge like moves and
controls. If you read the GAME BASICS, you'll be able to skip a lot of training
and stuff that you wouldn't be able to if you didn't read it. The WALKTHROUGH
chapter will take you step-by-step through the entire game, telling you how to
get 90 Jiggies, 900 Musical Notes, 24 Hollow Honeycombs, and 25 Cheato Pages.
The APPENDICIES includes the credit and legal information and also tells you
extra stuff like cheat codes. I'll enjoy writing this, and I hope you enjoy
using it just as much.

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This section will give you basic information about the different aspects of the
game.

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|            2a            |          Story         |           STORY          |
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(Taken from Dallas' FAQ, which is from the manual)

A midnight storm raged outside, and Banjo the bear nodded ruefully as he 
observed the varying fortunes of the players huddled around the card table. 
His breegull partner, Kazooie, was losing badly, and Bottles the mole was about 
even.  It had been a good night, however, for Mumbo Jumbo the shaman, who was 
shaking excitedly as he dealt the next hand. 
 
"S-Stop rocking the t-table--you're spilling our d-drinks!" Kazooie squawked 
accusingly at the shaman. 
 
"N-Not Mumbo.  W-Whole h-house s-shaking," Mumbo replied unsteadily. 
 
He was right.  Banjo's house was shaking, but it suddenly ended just as 
abruptly as it had begun. 
 
"I wonder what that was?  Perhaps someone should go and take a look," Bottles 
blinked nervously. 
 
"Mumbo much brave.  Me go outside," declared the shaman confidently, striding 
toward the door and out into the howling storm. 
 
As rain pattered down on his bony head, Mumbo noticed two witches hurrying 
toward where Banjo's arch enemy, Gruntilda the witch, had been buried two 
years before.  By the time he found a suitable hiding spot close to the action, 
the two witches were standing in front of the boulder that covered Grunty's 
grave, mumbling in a strange language.  Suddenly the large boulder rose into 
the air and vanished! 
 
As the smoke cleared, a figure slowly emerged from the freshly-opened grave-- 
it was Gruntilda!  But it wasn't the Grunty they all remembered.  The two years 
she had spent underground had taken their toll on her warty body, reducing 
her to a mere skeleton!  Grunty looked down at her new bony body in disgust. 
 
"Nice Grunty looks.  Lost weight you have," the thin witch grinned. 
 
Grunty glared at her sisters.  "I hate bones, a body I need.  Can you help me 
with this little deed?" 
 
Just then, Mingella, the thin witch, turned in Mumbo's direction and pointed 
a long, crooked finger toward him.  "Arrgghh! Seen us, bony man has!" she 
screeched. 
 
"Leave it to me--he's no hassle.  I'll kick butt, then off to the castle!" 
cackled Grunty as she lumbered after him. 
 
Mumbo fled frantically from his hiding place and crashed through the front door 
of Banjo's house.  "Grunty spell coming! Quick, must all run!" 
 
Gruntilda watched gleefully as the bright light of her spell slammed into 
the side of Banjo's house, reducing it to a pile of smoking rubble.  Cackling 
maniacally, she hurried across to where her sisters were waiting. 
 
The three of them climbed into the giant digging machine Mingella and 
Blobellda had used to tunnel their way to Spiral Mountain.  As they headed back 
to their castle, the two fleshy sisters described a machine that they had 
created. 
 
They explained to the skeletal Gruntilda that it could suck the life force 
from the ground itself and from any creature standing on it.  Once enough of 
that life force had been collected, they could use it to restore her former 
bloated body.  Grunty couldn't wait to give it a try! 
 
Some time later, a very groggy Banjo sat up on the grass, where he'd been 
thrown when the spell struck.  Kazooie emerged from the safety of his backpack 
and watched in amusement as Mumbo rubbed his bruised skull gingerly. 
 
"Ooooh, Mumbo's head hurt," the shaman groaned. 
 
Banjo surveyed the smoldering wreckage of what used to be his house.  "Well, at 
least everyone got out safely..." he sighed. 
 
"Hang on.  Where's Goggle Boy?" trilled Kazooie. 
 
Everyone turned to look as a blackened shape stumbled out of what was left of 
the house.  Bottles wobbled and staggered toward his friends, then collapsed to 
the ground and lay there motionless.  Banjo and Mumbo rushed to help the 
stricken mole. 
 
"Grunty's killed poor Bottles!" the bear gasped. 
 
Kazooie screeched excitedly.  It seemed like such a long time since their last 
adventure. 
 
"Those witches are gonna pay!  C'mon, Banjo, let's go!" 


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                                   ~~Move~~

The control stick is used to manuever Banjo anywhere within 360 degrees. This
allows you to move and head to different areas. Holding the control stick
lightly will cause Banjo to tip-toe. Push it further and he will walk. Hold it
all the way and Banjo will run. Running is the most efficient way to explore
the worlds, so you should always do so. However, when moving across narrow
bridges, tip-toeing is safer and more advisable. A sudden change in direction
will cause Banjo to slide. Be wary of this while on high, narrow ledges, as it
can easily cause you to fall off.

Underwater, the control stick allows you to move as well. However, it is much
more difficult to swim to precise locations or to objects underwater. Pushing
the control stick up causes Banjo to go down while holding it down causes Banjo
to go up. On icy terrain, Banjo will slip and slide around. If you use Kazooie's
feet via the Talon Trot, you won't slide around like that.

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|                                   A Button                                   |
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                                  ~~Jump/Swim~~

Like in pretty much all N64 adventure games, the A button is used to jump. Tap A
and Banjo won't jump very high. Press it and he'll jump a little higher. Hold it
down for a little longer and Banjo will jump high. If you press A while in the
air, Kazooie will flap her wings, giving your jump a little more distance. This
is the single best move for crossing gaps, as it gives you a fair bit of
distance.

The A button is also used for many of the game's special pads. Hold A while on a
Shock Jump Pad to leap high into the air. While standing on a flying pad, press
A to take flight. You'll gradually sink, but you can press A to go higher at the
cost of one red feather.

While underwater, holding the A button will make Banjo kick his legs. This is a
slow swimming technique, and is inefficient for getting around underwater.
However, it is very useful when trying to grab an underwater item, as using the
faster swimming technique will often making you go over or around the item. When
Roysten teaches you the fast swimming technique, hold A and B for a combined
effort.

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                                ~~Attack/Swim~~

The B button will allow you to perform many different attacks, as well as swim.
Press B while holding still to perform the stationary Rat-A-Tat-Rap. This move,
since it requires you to be stationary, will usually end up getting you hurt
anyways, so completely avoid it. Press B while holding still to roll attack.
This move is pretty much useless unless you're attacking a short enemy, or
attacking an enemy on lower terrain than you.

While underwater, holding the B button will make Kazooie propel you forward with
her wings. This is a fast swimming technique, and is good for getting around the
water. However, when trying to grab items underwater, the B button will only
infuriate you. When Roysten teaches you the fast swimming, hold A and B for a
combined effort.

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                                   ~~Crouch~~

Holding the Z button will make Banjo crouch. The only use of this is to perform
other moves, which I will discuss later.

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                                   ~~Camera~~

The C buttons control the camera system. Like pretty much all camera systems, it
can often infuriate you to no end. However, Banjo-Tooies's camera is generally
better than most.

Pressing the left C button will rotate the camera left. If you hold it, the
camera will keep spinning around. The right C button rotates the camera right.
Press the up C button to go into Banjo's view. Press it again to go make to
normal view. You can't move while in Banjo's perspective. The down C button
controls the distance the camera is from you. The first view (the close up one),
is inefficient and won't allow you to see most enemies. The second view is a
little farther, and is much better. The third and final view is very far away,
allowing you to see all of your surroundings.

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|                                   R Button                                   |
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The R button has only two purposes. The first purpose is to center the camera
behind you. Hold the R button to do so. This makes traversing ledges and cliffs
much easier, as the camera won't rotate in wild directions.

The second use of the R button is to skip character dialouge. Press L+R+B to do
so.

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|                                   L Button                                   |
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The L button's only use is to skip character speech. To do so, press L+R+B.

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                               Collectible Items
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|                                    Jiggy                                     |
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The Jiggy (which is a golden jigsaw puzzle piece) is the most important item in
the game. They're like the Golden Bananas of BT. Collecting Jiggies allows you
to open the 8 worlds. To open a world, you have to visit Jiggywiggy's Temple in
Wooded Hollow. Stand near the golden jigsaw puzzle and press B. You'll have to
solve a jigsaw puzzle with a moving picture (like Bottles' challenge in the last
game). There are 10 puzzles, although only 9 of them are necessary to complete.
For the most part, they are easy. Press A to pick up a piece, A to put it in,
and B to put the piece back. You have 100 seconds. As the puzzles go on, you
have to put in more pieces. This time, you get to keep your Jiggies, as you only
need a certain amount of Jiggies to enter the temple rather than actually put
them in the puzzles.

Each of the 8 worlds holds 10 Jiggies, as well as the Isle o' Hags, for a total
of 90 Jiggies. In the early stages of the game, you'll find Jiggies out in the
open for you to take. But later on, you must defeat difficult challenges and
puzzles to get Jiggies. Also, each world holds 5 Jinjos (little creatures), and
when you rescue all the Jinjos of a certain color (which forms a family in Jinjo
Village), you get a Jiggy. The Jinjo colors are randomized and won't be the same
in every file. Different Jinjo families have different amounts of members.

When you collect a Jiggy, the Jiggy will spin around and disappear. Fortunately,
Banjo does not stop to dance like in the last game. A number will pop up,
telling you how many Jiggies you have collected throughout the game. You can
also go to the start menu and go to view totals to view how many Jiggies you
have in each world and how many Jiggies you have overall (this is viewed on the
start menu).

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|                                 Musical Notes                                |
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Musical Notes are like the regular bananas in DK64. They look like an golden 8th
note, and you can find 100 of them in each world, plus the Isle o' Hags, for a
total of 900 notes. In the first few worlds, notes can be found almost anywhere,
in easy to spot locations. Later on, notes will be in secret and hard to reach
locations. Also, the notes in this game are, unfortunately, EXTREMELY easy to
find. They come in nests of five instead of singles, plus there is a treble
clef, which is worth 20 notes. This makes the notes incredibly easy to find.

You may wonder what notes are for. Well, since Bottles is dead, Jamjars is in
charge of teaching you new moves. This game has FAR FAR FAR more moves than the
last game, including the ability to split Banjo and Kazooie up, which leads to
even more solo moves. There are 27 moves (including a few that Jamjars does not
teach you) and you'll need at least 765 notes to get all of them.

When you pick up a note nest, a number will appear on the screen, indicating how
many notes you have overall. You don't lose your notes when you die like before.
Once you pick up a nest, the notes are gone forever. The view totals screen will
allow you to view how many notes you have collected in each world.

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|                                  Treble Clef                                 |
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The treble clef is a "super note" worth 20 musical notes. This means each world
has only 16 note nests and one treble clef, making the notes extremely easy to
find.

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|                                Hollow Honeycombs                             |
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Hollow Honeycombs are like Candy's melon upgrades in DK64. They're basically
like regular Honeycombs, except they're shiny and have no honey in them. You can
find 3 in each world for a total of 24. It is not necessary to collect any of
the Hollow Honeycombs, but it will be very hard to finish the game if you don't.
In the plateau area of the Isle o' Hags, you'll find Honey B.'s Hive. You can
trade your Hollow Honeycombs to her for more honeycombs in your life bar. At
first, she only charges one, but the price goes up as you go on. If you want all
the honeycombs she has to offer, you'll need to collect all the Hollow
Honeycombs in the game.

Your energy bar can be increased to 10 honeycombs via Hollow Honeycombs.

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|                                  Honeycombs                                  |
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Honeycombs make up your energy bar in this game. You start the game with five,
but you can boost your energy bar up to ten later. When you make contact with
an enemy, you lose one honeycomb. Some enemies take away two honeycombs.
Depending on the enemy, you can sometimes get two or more honeycombs. Bosses
always drop three honeycombs. Luckily, it is extremely simple to take out the
enemy, which then drops a honeycomb. After a while, the bad guys will
regenerate. However, don't pick up their honeycomb if you don't need it, since
then it will still have it when it regenerates. If you kill an enemy that you
have already destroyed, it doesn't drop a honeycomb. This means that honeycombs
become scarcer and scarcer as you kill more enemies. In difficult levels, this
can become problematic. Also, beehives can be broken for three honeycombs.
However, be wary of the killer beehives with red eyes in the later levels.

In this game, there are also two special honeycombs that sometimes appear when
you kill an enemy. They are skill stop honeycombs, which have a blue ! on them
and random stop honeycombs, which have a blue ? on them. The skill stops will
clear out all your honeycombs, then the unfaded one will move from honeycomb to
honeycomb. You have a time limit. Press B at the end of the energy bar to set
your energy to full. Be careful! If the time runs out, it stops whereever it
last was. You could accidentally hit B at the wrong time and put yourself at 1
honeycomb. The random stop works the same way, but it's harder because the
unfaded honeycomb moves around randomly.

Fortunately, there are not many enemies in this game, and the few enemies there
are are quite pathetic. The real threat is falling off a cliff, running out of
oxygen, or other kinds of environmental damage. When your health is low, your
energy meter will stay on the screen at the top left. Honeycombs are like the
melon slices in DK64.

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|                                    Oxygen                                    |
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Oxygen isn't a real item, but it's kind of like honeycombs, so whatever.
Whenever you dive underwater, your oxygen meter will appear on the left side of
the screen as six blue bubbles. About once every 10 seconds, one bubble will
fade, indicating that you are losing oxygen. If you run out of oxygen, you will
start losing honeycombs at a rapid rate. Whenever you are underwater, keep a
close watch on your oxygen meter, or you will quickly find yourself in a
hopeless situation.

You can get 10 bubbles via Roysten the fish, who is trapped under a boulder you
cannot destroy until you get the Bill Drill from Glitter Gulch Mine. This makes
pretty much every underwater task simple in terms of oxygen, unlike in the first
game. Also, unlike in BK, there are some areas with toxic gas that will make you
lose oxygen. Some of this gas will make you lose oxygen EXTREMELY quickly (like
faster than 1 per second), and you'll need to get out right away.

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|                                    Jinjo                                     |
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The Jinjo is a small, cute little creature, a lot like the Blueprints in DK64.
There are 5 of them in each world, and there are a lot more colors this time
(red, blue, green, orange, yellow, black, white, brown, and purple). The color
of one particular Jinjo is random, unlike in the first game. In Jinjo Village,
all the homes are empty because the Jinjos were scared by Grunty's digger. When
you collect all the Jinjos in one family, they will give you a Jiggy. The
number of Jinjos in one family is not always the same.

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|                                   Blue Eggs                                  |
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You can shoot eggs via holding Z and pressing up C. Holding Z and pressing down
C will let you fire an egg backwards. Eggs are very weak against enemies, and
therefore should not be used for that. The purpose of eggs is to activate
switches and to be shot into holes, etc. Doing so will result in some sort of
event, almost always resulting in a Jiggy.

Eggs can be found virtually ANYWHERE, and are extremely easy to locate. Like the
notes, eggs come in nests. One nest is worth a whopping 20 eggs. You can pack a
total of 100 eggs, but that total can later be doubled to 200. Eggs are exactly
like the fruit weapons in DK64. This game has more than one type of egg, and all
the special eggs are learned in the Isle o' Hags.

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|                                   Fire Eggs                                  |
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In this game, you get to use more than one type of egg. The first special egg is
the fire egg, which shoots slowly and is fairly weak. It can ignite enemies, but
usually doesn't kill them in one blow. Fire eggs are better used for specific
purposes, like hitting switches and lighting fires. Fire eggs are learned in the
plateau. You can pack a total of 50, but later, 100. You will collect 10 from
one fire egg nest. The eggs cycle through the types you have once you get
special eggs.

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|                                 Grenade Eggs                                 |
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Grenade eggs are the most powerful special egg, learned in the pine grove. They
can be used as weapons, but you only get 25 (50 if you use the EGGS cheat), so
you want to keep them for their main purpose: blowing up barriers. Don't stand
close when you lob a grenade egg or you will get hurt from the explosion. The
explosion will destroy specified barriers and walls, allowing you access new
areas of the worlds. You can collect 10 grenade eggs from one nest. The eggs
cycle through the types you have once you get special eggs.

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|                                   Ice Eggs                                   |
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Ice eggs are the fourth special egg, found on the cliff top. These eggs will
allow you to freeze enemies, which is pretty much useless, since they're all
simple to kill anyways. I suppose it's good for freezing the killer beehives,
but other than that, you'll need to use these like twice in the whole game. You
can carry 50 of them at a time (100 later) and pick up 10 eggs per nest.

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|                            Clockwork Kazooie Eggs                            |
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Clockwork Kazooie eggs are the final type of special egg, learned in the
wasteland. Fire one of these red yellow polka dot eggs to unleash a miniature
Kazooie bomb. Press B to detonate it, or it will explode in 20 seconds anyways.
You'll be using these for several specific purposes, but don't use them for
anything else, since they're scarce. You can only pack 10 of them (20 later) and
pick up 1 at a time.

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|                               Rapid-Fire Eggs                                |
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The rapid-fire eggs don't need to be learned, and you'll only find them once or
twice in breegull blasting arenas. They look like peachish colored eggs and once
you get them, you have an unlimited amount for a limited amount of time. You can
use these to wipe out enemies with ease, but they'll eventually run out.

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|                                 Red Feathers                                 |
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Red Feathers are required to fly. Stand on a Flying Pad and press A to take
flight. You will steadily go downwards, but you can fly higher by pressing A.
This uses up one red feather. Also, you can press B to thrust forward, which
also uses up one feather. Be careful! If you Beak Bomb into a wall, you'll lose
a honeycomb. The beak bomb, however, is almost NEVER used in this game.

At first, you will only be able to carry 100 red feathers, which is already
enough However, later this can be doubled to 200, which is a huge amount. You
pick up a whopping 20 feathers at a time. The nests cycle through red and gold
feathers.

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|                                 Gold Feathers                                |
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Gold Feathers are not nearly as valuable or rare as before, since they come in
nests and you get 2 at a time. You can hold Z and press right C to activate the
Wonderwing. During this time, you are completely invulnerable. If you walk into
enemies, the enemy will die instantly. You can safely tread into dangerous
areas. However, during this time, you will lose Gold Feathers at a rapid rate.
Once you run out, you will no longer be able to stay invulnerable.

At first the max capacity is only 10. But later, this number can be doubled to
20. There is only like one time where you need this move, and you won't find it
coming in handy anywhere near as much as in Banjo-Kazooie.

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|                                   Glowbos                                    |
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Instead of Mumbo Tokens, you have to collect Glowbos this time around. Mumbo now
is a playable character who performs various spells, while the Indian Humba
Wumba has taken over transformation duties. The glowbos are easy to find and are
near Humba's tent or Mumbo's skull. Find it and give it to them (you only need
1) to be able to take advantage of their magical prowess.

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|                                  Mega Glowbo                                 |
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To get the Mega Glowbo, you first need the Ice Key from Jinjo Village. Then, you
can Talon Torpedo the Kazooie rock in Glitter Gulch Mine's Waterfall Cavern to
reach the ice safe. Use the ice key to open it to get the Mega Glowbo, which is
basically a giant Glowbo. Give it to Humba Wumba in the Pine Grove to transform
Kazooie into a dragon. Her stationary Rat-a-Tat-Rap is replaced by a fire-
breathing attack, and she can go anywhere with the transformation.

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|                              Stop n' Swap Eggs                               |
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There are three Stop n' Swap eggs from Banjo-Kazooie in this game. The first
requires you to fly to the top of one of the waterfalls in Spiral Mountain and
go into its source. Then, you can Grip Grab along a ledge behind waterfall
inside the waterfall cavern to reach the egg. The second egg requires you to
blast a gate with a Grenade Egg so you can get the Egg. You can take these eggs
to Heggy's Egg Shed in Wooded Hollow to get the Breegull Bash and the HOMING
eggs cheat. The yellow egg is also found in Heggy's Egg Shed, although Kazooie
has to hatch it herself.

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|                                   Ice Key                                    |
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The Ice Key is found inside a cave that you reach by Grip Grabbing along a ledge
in a sandy part of Jinjo Village. There, you'll find the Ice Key. If you Talon
Torpedo the Kazooie rock in Glitter Gulch Mine's Waterfall Cavern, you can reach
a link to the icy side of Hailfire Peaks, where'll you find the ice safe. You
can use the ice safe to get the Mega Glowbo, which can be used for Humba Wumba's
transformation in the Pine Grove. Kazooie becomes a dragon, and her stationary
peck attack is replaced by a fire-breathing attack. You can go anywhere with
this transformation.

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|                      Targitzan's Priceless Relic Thingy                      |
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Once you open the Treasure Chamber in Mayahem Temple by shooting the dragon
heads, you can enter to meet Chief Bloatazin, guarder of Targitzan's Priceless
Relic Thingy. The relic was stolen by Unga Bunga, and you'll need to climb a
coin stack and Grip Grab along a ledge leading to a link to Unga Bunga's cave.
Here, you can tip-toe across the tinder and steal the relic back without being
heard by Unga Bunga.

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|                              Targitzan Statues                               |
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Inside Targtizan's temple, you'll find green statues resembling Targitzan. You
have to collect ten of these to open his Slightly Sacred Chamber, where you'll
find a Jiggy. If you collect twenty, you'll open the Really Sacred Chamber,
where you'll find Targitzan himself.

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|                                Big Top Ticket                                |
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In Witchyworld, around the Big Top tent, you'll find evil cash registers. Blow
them up with Grenade Eggs to retrieve four Big Top Tickets. If you enter the Big
Top tent, you'll be able to give Conga your tickets to enter the tent, where
you'll fight the world's boss, Mr. Patch.

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|                                   Doubloon                                   |
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In Jolly Roger's Lagoon, you'll find Doubloons scattered throughout the Town
Square. Some of them are in shallow water, while others are under Bill Drillable
patches of ground. You'll need 20 Doubloons to pay for Pawno's Jiggy, 5 to pay
for his Cheato Page, and 1 to pay for Blubber's Turbo Trainers. You also can pay
Jolly 2 Doubloons to rent a room, but you can also blast it open with a Grenade
Egg.

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|                               Bazza Batteries                                |
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In Grunty Industires, you'll find three Bazza Batteries. Use Banjo to Pack Whack
them, then put them in your Taxi Pack to deposit them in power slots, thereby
opening the doors that require additional power. The first battery is on top of
the world entrance, the second is guarded by Tintops on the second floor, and
the third is near Mumbo's skull. The doors that require power are the first
floor Waste Disposal Plant, the third floor Packing Room, and the fourth floor
Cable Room.

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|                                    Dindin                                    |
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Dindin is found in the boiling hot lake left of the upper fire side Warp Pad.
Use Banjo's Shack Pack to go in the lake and get the fish (there's also a Jinjo)
, then go to Boggy's igloo on the icy side. Feed him the fish and he'll cough up
a Jiggy.

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|                                  Magic Bean                                  |
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Once you use Cloud Cuckooland's first Blastaplant, you'll find several patches
of dirt. Bill Drill these to reveal prizes, including two Magic Beans. Plant
them in the dirt holes under the cheese wedge and the sack race, then use
Mumbo's Rain Dance spell. Part of the spell's effect includes growing the beans
into bean stalks, allowing Banjo alone to access these areas (which he needs to
do).

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                           Pads, Switches, and Misc.
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|                              Information Signs                               |
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Scattered throughout the Isle o' Hags and the eight worlds are brown signs with
yellow question marks. Press B while in front of them and Jamjars will give you
a subtle clue about the game. Of course, with a less obscure guide to help you,
you shouldn't need these anyways.

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|                                     Silo                                     |
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In every section of the Isle o' Hags you'll find a silo, which is like a metal
circle with a rounded surface. When you go near it, the rounded surface opens
and you can jump inside. Once you've activated at least two, you can warp to any
other area of the Isle o' Hags. This is very useful, as you'll be doing a lot of
skipping around the different areas. These replace the warp cauldrons from Banjo
Kazooie.

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|                                   Warp Pad                                   |
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Since the worlds are so much larger this time around, there are purple and blue
swirly pads around the different worlds. There are five of these in each world,
except Cloud Cuckooland, which has a measley two warp pads. Activate all of them
, as it makes getting around the huge worlds much, much easier. They'll save you
tons of time.

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|                               Jamjars' Hatches                               |
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Thanks to me frog's FAQ, I know what to call these. They look like metal circles
on the ground with a flashing red light. Go near it and your note total and the
amount of notes you need to learn the move appears. If your note total is less
than the other one, you can't learn the move. Sometimes you need to be only
Banjo, only Kazooie, or both together to learn a move. Stand on it and press B
and Jamjars will teach you one of his strange and advanced moves. Some of these
moves require a pad or require you to be in a certain area. There are a few
moves in every level, unlike in the last game.

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|                                  Mumbo Pad                                   |
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The Mumbo Pads have various colors and have Mumbo's face on it. Stand on it and
press B while controlling Mumbo to perform a various spell. This is always vital
to the completion of the level.

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|                                    Beehive                                   |
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The beehives are scattered throughout the worlds. If you break it open, you'll
get three honeycombs. From Terrydactyland onward, the beehives will have
red-eyes and be superfast. They'll chase you and try to kill you when you get
close, but they're not hard to deal with.

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|                                Shock Jump Pad                                |
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There is at least one shock jump pads in pretty much every level. They are green
and have a picture of Kazooie's foot on them. Hold A while on one to perform a
super high jump. This allows you to reach ledges otherwise unnaccessible.

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|                            Shock Jump Pad Switch                             |
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There are only a few of these in the entire game. When you stand on the switch,
(you don't have to beak bust switches in this game), a Shock Jump Pad will
appear somewhere else, usually allowing you to get a Jiggy or some other
important item.

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|                                  Flying Pad                                  |
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Flying pads are somewhat common. They are blue and have three red feathers on
them. Stand on one, then press A to take flight. You'll slowly sink down. Press
A to go higher, using up one red feather. Holding up on the control stick makes
you go down, while holding it down makes you go up.

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|                              Flying Pad Switch                               |
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There's only like one of these in the entire game (Grunty Industries). Stand on
it and a Flying Pad will appear somewhere else. This will let you access other
areas fo the world, letting you clear out more Jiggies and other important
collectibles.

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|                                 Wading Boots                                 |
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The wading boots are a pair of green rubber boots. You can put on the boots and
walk around in dangerous terrain safely. Be careful, though, because after a
hidden time limit, the boots will disappear. When your time is almost up, you'll
hear a clock ticking. Whenever you put a pair of the boots on, always get down
to business right away.

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|                                Turbo Trainers                                |
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The white shoes with red lightning bolts, previously known as the running shoes,
are only used a few times. You can put on a pair and run around at super speed.
This allows you to get into areas within a very small time limit and to defeat
challenges that require super speed. However, you'll have to get right down to
it as soon as you put the shoes on, because after a while, the shoes will
disappear. You'll hear a clock ticking when your time is almost up.

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|                              Springy Step Shoes                              |
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Once you learn the move in Terrydactyland, you can use these purple shoes with
springs to leap high into the air. Note that you're only allowed one super jump
(which is higher than the shock jump pad) per pair of shoes, so be careful.
Springy step shoes are always found near the area you need to jump to, and
there is usually no other way to to get to the ledge.

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|                              Claw Clamber Boots                              |
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Learned on the first floor of Grunty Industries, these blue boots with red
suction cups allow you to walk up walls with Kazooie's yellow footprints. You
can also go down, which is why a second pair of boots is placed at the top of
the prints. This allows you to reach higher areas of the world.

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|                                Split-Up Pads                                 |
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These look like a blue pad with Banjo's face next to a red pad with Kazooie's
face. After Jamjars teaches you the corresponding move in Witchyworld, stand on
the blue Banjo pad and press A to split up. This allows you to learn solo moves
and do tasks that can only be done by one character. Press A while in a swap
cloud or on one of the Split-Up Pads to change character.

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|                             Banjo-Kazooie Switch                             |
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This is a gray switch with Banjo and Kazooie's switch on it. Stand on it while
controlling both Banjo and Kazooie to trigger some event.

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|                                 Banjo Switch                                 |
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This is a gray switch with Banjo's face on it. Stand on it while controlling
Banjo alone to trigger some event. However, usually you need to activate a
Kazooie Switch as well before the event happens. For this reason, there is
usually a swap cloud (which lets you switch characters on the spot) placed on
the switch.

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|                                Kazooie Switch                                |
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This is a gray switch with Kazooie's face on it. Stand on it while controlling
Kazooie alone to trigger some event. However, usually you need to activate a
Banjo Switch as well before the event happens. Banjo is usually used first, so
there is almost always a swap cloud (which lets you switch characters on the
spot) placed on the Banjo Switch.

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|                                  Swap Cloud                                  |
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A swap cloud is a mess of yellow, red, and blue "particles" or dots or whatever
you want to call them swirling around a small area. Stand in it while
controlling Banjo or Kazooie alone to switch characters. Usually this is placed
on Banjo Switches where you need to have Banjo and Kazooie standing on both of
their switches at the same time.

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|                            Banjo-Kazooie Game Pak                            |
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Behind the waterfall and behind a grate in Spiral Mountain, you'll find Banjo-
Kazooie Game Paks. If you break these open, you'll get a Secret Egg, which you
can give to Heggy to get special bonuses. A third Banjo-Kazooie Game Pak in a
cave along a ledge in Jinjo Village has the Ice Key.

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|                         Sun, Star, and Moon Switches                         |
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These are found in front of the prison compound of Mayahem Temple. Talk to the
Stony in the area (you have to be a stony to understand him) to learn the
combination, then hit the switches in the appropriate order to open the
compound. Once you have the Bill Drill move from Glitter Gulch Mine, you can
destroy the boulder inside to free Dilberta. Go to the prospector's hut through
the now open entrance and Dilberta and the prospector will be reunited. You'll
get a Jiggy, of course.

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|                                 Cage Switch                                  |
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The cage switches of the various worlds (most notably Terrydactyland) will open
up cages blocking your path directly in front of you. This allows you to reach
new areas of the world.

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|                                  TNT sticks                                  |
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In the Ordnance Storage, you have to defuse fiften TNT sticks in Bullion Bill's
mine. They bounce around and can be hard to find in the 200 second time limit
(which doesn't start until you hit one). You have to use the Beak Bayonet to
destroy them, since using eggs will make the entire mine blow up.

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|                                  Gate Switch                                 |
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This is found near the beginning of Glitter Gulch Mine. Once you have the Turbo
Trainers on your feet, hit the switch and take a right. Follow the stream to the
end to where the gate was opened. You'll enter Waterfall Cavern.

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|                                   Red Button                                 |
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There are two red buttons, one in Glitter Gulch Mine and one in Witchyworld.
The GGM one is in the crushing shed. You have to pass the smashers and beak
barge the button to activate the crushers. The one in Witchyworld is found near
the saucer of peril. You have to beak barge the button to open the gate,
allowing the saucer to come back to Witchyworld, assuming you blow up the TNT in
GGM.

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|                             Train Station Switch                             |
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After you defeat Old King Coal in Glitter Gulch Mine, you'll be able to use his
train, Chuffy, to go around the worlds, but not until you open the worlds'
stations. To do this, stand on the Train Station Switches (which have a picture
of the engine car on them) to open them). Once you open them, you can enter
Chuffy's engine car and press B while on the GO pad to select which station you
want to go to.

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|                                    Go Pad                                    |
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After you defeat Old King Coal in Glitter Gulch Mine, you'll be abl eto use his
train, Chuffy, to go around the worlds. Press B while on the GO pad in the
engine car to select a station. Note that you must press the Train Station
Switch in a world before you can ride to it.

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|                                 Light Switch                                 |
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This is only found in Glitter Gulch Mine, in a power shed. Stand on it with
Banjo to turn on the lights in the basement. This will allow Kazooie to safely
walk across the narrow planks to reach the Jiggy.

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|                               Fire Egg Switch                                |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

There is only one fire egg switch in the game, and it's above the entrance to
the pine grove. Shoot it with a (get ready) fire egg to open the path to the
pine grove.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                             Burger Stand Switch                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

At the start of Witchworld, you can use the shock jump pad to leap on top of the
ticket booth, where you'll find the Burger Stand Switch. Press it to open Big
Al's Burger Stand, where you can get burgers to feed to Groggy and the Oogle
Boogle cavemen in Terrydactyland.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                               Fry Stand Switch                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Behind Salty Joe's Fry Stand is the Fry Stand Switch, which will open the stand.
You can get fries to feed to Soggy, who will then go to her mother.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                             Talon Torpedo Target                             |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

These come in three forms: buttons, metal doors, and rocks. Nevertheless, they
all have one thing in common: Kazooie's face is on them. After you get the Talon
Torpedo from Jolly Roger's Lagoon's Eletric Eel Chamber, you can shoot Kazooie
into these things to bust them open, allowing you access new areas.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Red Switch                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

One of them is in a part of the waste disposal plant only accessible through
Jolly Roger's Lagoon, while the others are near the elevator shaft doors in
Grunty Industries. Beak barge the one in the waste disposal plant to turn off
the pipe dumping toxic sludge into the pigletts' pool. Beak barge the ones in
Grunty Industries to open the doors, allowing you to climb up the elevator shaft
to access the different floors. Also, one is huge and on the ground in Grunty
Industries, in the Electromagnet Chamber. Use Mumbo to EMP the magnet, then, in
the 90 second time limit, regain control of Banjo and Kazooie, trasnform into
the washer and hit the switch in the chamber.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Stone Button                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The only stone button is found on the pillar inside the mountain of
Terrydactyland. Beak barge it to raise a stone bridge allowing easier access to
the pillar from the entrance to the inside of the mountain.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Daddy T-Rex Switch                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Step on this in Terrydactyland as the daddy t-rex to temporarily open a cage
trapping a Jinjo. You have a limited amount of time to change back into Banjo
and Kazooie and get the Jinjo.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Terry's Eggs                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Once you defeat Terry, she'll ask you to hatch her eggs, which were stolen. They
are blue eggs with red spots, and there are four of them. One is one a platform
in the lake, one is inside the mountain, another is in the Oogle Boogles' cave,
and the last one is in Unga Bunga's cave. Hatch them with Kazooie's hatch move
and three of them will return. The fourth one is too big to return home, so
Banjo will have to return them with his Taxi Pack move.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Toxic Waste Switch                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

This is found on top of the pipe in Grunty Industries' Waste Disposal Plant. Hit
it to raise the toxic waste level in the plant. Once you get the Sack Pack move
from Cloud Cuckooland, sack pack across the water and hit the Banjo Switch to
destroy the case trapping the Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Metal Door Switch                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

This is found in back of a metal door in Grunty Industries. Step on the switch
to open the door, allowing the washer to access one of the Skivvy workers.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                          Quality Control Fan Switch                          |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

This is found outside Grunty Industries' Quality Control Room. If you
accidentally hit a toxic waste drum, exit the room and hit this switch to turn
on the fan, which will air out the room so you can re-enter.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Clinker                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Once you get past the wall crushers on the fourth floor, you can access a new
area, which has the sewer entrance. In here, you can access Clinker's Cavern.
Clinkers are brown smudges clogging up the vents in the sewer. You have 200 and
seconds to hit all 20 before the 200 second time limit runs out. At that point,
the air will become toxic, killing you after it depletes your oxygen.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                Pillar Switch                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

In Hailfire Peak's Colosseum, you can hit this switch to raise pillars in the
lava leading to a Jinjo behind a boiling hot waterfall.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Stone Switch                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The first one is down a winding staircase on the cliff top, which creates a
bridge that lets you go to Hailfire Peaks. The second one is inside the said
level, which creates a shortcut between the flying pad area and Sabreman's tent.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                            Roman Numeral Switches                            |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The roman numeral switches are found inside the volcano of Hailfire Peaks' lava
side. Press them in numerical order to raise bridges. Each bridge has the next
switch. When you hit the V switch, the final bridge raises, which has a Jiggy
switch.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Jiggy Switch                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

This is found inside the volcano of Hailfire Peaks' lava side. Once you raise
all five bridges by hitting the roman numeral switches, the sixth bridge appears
, which has a jiggy switch on it. Hit the switch to make a Jiggy appear on the
center platform.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Power Switch                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

This is found near the oil machine. Only the snowball can activate it, but the
snowball has to head through from the fire side to reach the high ledge. Once
you activate the machine, it will dig up a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Superstash Switch                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

There are four in these hidden in areas of Cloud Cuckooland that only the
Clockwork Kazooie bomb can access. Detonate the bomb on the four switches to
reveal the Superstash safe in Central Cavern's combination, who will then open
to reveal a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                             Rareware Coin Switch                             |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

After Mumbo has performed his rain dance spell in Cloud Cuckooland, you'll be
able to cross the rainbow to the Pot o' Gold. However, first you have to hit the
Rareware Coin Switch, which opens the pot temporarily.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                               Floatus Floatium                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

In Cloud Cuckooland, you'll find purplish eggs around the ledges and one inside
Central Cavern. Use Kazooie to hatch these and you'll find floating creatures
called Floatus Floatium. Use Banjo to Taxi Pack them and he'll be able to cross
wide gaps, as they allow him to float. Be warned, you have a limited amount of
time before the Floatus Floatiums escape.

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|                         =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                         |
|           2d             |         Moves          |            MOVE          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                              Jamjars' Techniques
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Jamjars the mole takes over Bottles responsibility in this game. His metal
hatches are scattered throughout each of the eight worlds and the Isle o' Hags.
When you find him, press B while standing on the hatch and he will teach you the
move, provided you have enough Musical Notes. The number of notes he requires
appears next to an icon of his head on the bottom of the screen, while the
number of notes you have also appears on the screen. Some moves require Banjo
and Kazooie to be together, while other moves are for only one character.
Jamjars will not teach you a solo move if you're together or controlling the
wrong character.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Egg Aim                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~25 notes~~
                              ~~Mayahem Temple~~

The very first move you'll learn in the game is the Egg Aim, which is a move
you'll have to use CONSTANTLY throughout the game. Hold up C to go into Banjo's
eyesight. Once you have the egg aim, you can use the control stick to aim a
crosshair, allowing you to aim your eggs. This allows for shooting targets and
whatnot that are higher than Banjo is.

If you get the Amaze-O-Gaze Goggles from Goggles, you can use right C to zoom in
and left C to zoom out. This lets you hit further away targets with greater
accuracy. Also, hold down C to remove the crosshair and down C to put it back.

Egg Aiming is something you probably SHOULDN'T use as a method of attack. Not
only does this waste eggs, it also makes you vulnerable to attack. Physical
attacks are more efficient.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                               Breegull Blaster                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~30 notes~~
                              ~~Mayahem Temple~~

The Breegull Blaster hatch is found on a ledge near the back of Targitzan's
Temple. You don't even decide when you get to use it. When you enter special
arenas, Banjo holds Kazooie like a gun and you go into his perspective, making
it a first-person shooter. Press Z to shoot eggs, B to use Kazooie's beak as a
weapon (once you learn the Beak Bayonet), and use the left and right C buttons
to strafe left and right. This lets you avoid enemy fire while firing your own
weapons. Press up and down C to aim up and down, and use the control stick to
aim. Hold R to aim with the crosshair. Using the control stick to aim can be
done with strafing, allowing you to dodge and fire at the same time.

Without the breegull blaster, you won't be able to go into special areans like
Targitzan's Temple and Clinker's Cavern. This means you can't get the Jiggies
and other items inside the arenas.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Grip Grab                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~35 notes~~
                              ~~Mayahem Temple~~

I can guarantee that this move will save your life over and over without you
even intending to use it. The hatch is found inside the Jade Snake Grove, once
you've smashed the door open with the Golden Goliath. The Grip Grab allows Banjo
to hold onto ledges. Press Z to drop down and A to pull yourself up. This means
that when you fall off a ledge, there's a chance Banjo will hold onto it and
prevent you from falling, thereby saving you from a dangerous fall. Most of the
time you won't even mean to do this, yet it could mean the difference between
life and death.

The grip grab also allows you to use the control stick to move right of left,
letting you reach new areas. Be careful, as yellow dots on the wall are
snapdragons, which pop out and try to eat you when you go along the ledge. Press
B to use Kazooie as a weapon against the dragons.

Ledges look more like cracks in the wall than actual ledges. Whenever you see
one, it's always in your best interest to Grip Grab it, as it will usually lead
to a new area.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Fire Eggs                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~45 notes~~
                           ~~Isle o' Hags (Plateau)~~

The Fire Egg is the first type of special egg you learn. It's learn in the
plateau, below Honey B's Hive. Shoot a fire egg and it will flame up. Fire Eggs
are generally pretty weak for attack, so they're best used to light your way
when you're in dark places and for their specific uses, such as activating
generators in Generator Cavern. Fire Eggs are a little more powerful than Blue
Eggs, but they fire much more slowly.

After you have two types of eggs, press R rapidly to cycle through the egg
you're currently using. The egg nests will also cycle through the eggs, so you
have to wait to restock on the egg you want to.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Bill Drill                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~75 notes~~
                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

The hatch is across from Bullion Bill's hut, on a bunch of ledges. The Bill
Drill allows you to use Kazooie as a jackhammer. Press A and hold Z to use the
move. If you just press Z, you'll do a Beak Buster, so be sure to hold it.

The Bill Drill allows you to destroy boulders containing items and blocking
passages. The rocks that can be destroyed are much less smooth than the ones
that cannot, so it should be pretty obvious whether or not you can Bill Drill a
particular boulder. When you destroy it, you'll find a new path or an item like
a treble clef or a Jinjo.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Beak Bayonet                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~95 notes~~
                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

The Beak Bayonet is learned in the entrance to the Ordance Storage. It allows
you to attack while in Breegull Blasting mode without wasting eggs. Press B to
use Kazooie as a weapon. This is a pretty powerful attack that can take out
pretty much any enemy in one hit.

In the area you learn the Beak Bayonet, it's good for defusing the dynamite
sticks without making them detonate. In later areas, it can be useful if you
don't feel like using up an egg but have to destroy an enemy in a FPS arena.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Grenade Eggs                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~110 notes~~
                         ~~Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)~~

The Grenade Eggs are the most commonly-used special egg. Learned under the
Flume of Doom sign in the Pine Grove, these explosive eggs allow you to blow up
items and doorways. This is extremely useful to discovering new areas, but you
generally shouldn't use them for attacking, as you only get 25 grenades.

Since you use Grenade Eggs so much, you should probably activate the EGGS cheat
Cheato gives you for the first five pages. This brings your total to 50, which
is plenty. When you fire a Grenade Egg, be sure to be far from your target, or
you'll lose health to the explosion.

Many walls have cracks in them. Cracked walls can be broken with a Grenade Egg,
so always fire a grenade at a cracked wall.

You pick up ten Grenade Eggs per nest, which is pretty fortunate. I would've
expected more like five per pick up. The nests cycle through the different egg
types once you have special eggs. You can use the R button to select which egg
you want to use.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                             Airborne Egg Aiming                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~120 notes~~
                                ~~Witchyworld~~

The hatch for this move is in Witchyworld's Space Zone. If you can aim eggs on
the ground, why should you have to learn how to do it in the air? Once you learn
this move, the crosshair will appear when press up C while flying. This allows
you to hit targets while in the air and kill aerial enemies when you're playing
on their turf.

The Airborne Egg Aiming skill is used mostly in Witchyworld for the battle
against Mr. Patch and for the Balloon Burst Challenge in the Crazy Castle. After
that, it will only be used a couple times for firing Clockwork Kazooie eggs
while in the air.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Split-Up                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~160 notes~~
                                ~~Witchyworld~~

This is, along with the Egg Aim, the most important move in the game, as it
will allow you to access many of the game's items. Once you learn the move
behind Witchyworld's Big Top Tent, stand on the blue Banjo pad next to the red
Kazooie pad to split up the characters. This allows you to learn moves intented
for only one character, as well perform solo tasks.

When split up, you can use your solo moves. If you want to switch characters,
press A while standing on a Split-Up Pad. You automatically start out as Banjo.
Also, if you find a Swap Cloud (which are a bunch of colors swirling in the air)
, you can stand in them and press A to switch characters as well. If you want to
rejoin, then simply touch the other character.

Often, Banjo and Kazooie have to stand on two switches, one with Banjo's face,
and the other with Kazooie's face, at the same time. For that reason, you'll
almost always find a Swap Cloud placed on Banjo and Kazooie Switches. Note that
switches with one character's face cannot be activated when you're together, and
switches with both characters' faces cannot be activated when you're split up.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Pack Whack                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~180 notes~~
                                ~~Witchyworld~~

The Pack Whack is a move you'll probably use everytime you play as Banjo alone.
Press B and he'll swing his backpack around, killing enemies. This is a fairly
powerful attack that'll wipe out all but the most powerful enemies in one hit.
The hatch for this move is in an alcove on the side of the Crazy Castle
Stockade.

The Pack Whack is Banjo's only method of defense when alone, so you'll be using
often. It also allows you to use a glitch technique, the double jump. Jump and
use the Pack Whack in the air, then press A again to jump again. This allows you
to accomplish several tasks that were meant to be completed in other ways.

Note that the Pack Whack has a long windup time, so begin the attack before you
actually make contact with an enemy, or you'll probably get hit anyways.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Ice Eggs                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~200 notes~~
                           ~~Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)

The Ice Egg is probably one of the least used special eggs, learned at the edge
of the Cliff Top. You can use them to freeze enemies, but that's pretty much
completely useless since they eventually thaw and are easy to defeat in the
first place. The Ice Eggs have a couple specific uses, and then you'll never use
them again.

Ice Eggs are used in Jolly Roger's Lagoon to get past the octopus, since a hit
to the mouth will freeze them, allowing you to get past their tentacles. They're
also used in JRL to freeze spinning propellers, letting you pass them safely.
You'll also use Ice Eggs to put out bonfires in Terrydactyland to reach the
Stomping Plains.

You get 50 Ice Eggs to start, which is already more than enough. The EGGS cheat
doubles this to 100, which is just unnecessary. You pick up ten Ice Eggs each
time you pick up a nest. The nests cycle through the different egg types once
you have special eggs. You can use the R button to select which egg you want to
use.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Wing Whack                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~265 notes~~
                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

The Wing Whack is a relatively useful move you'll learn in Turtle View Cave, in
the Town Square of Jolly Roger's Lagoon. It's a Kazooie solo move that lets you
use her wings as a helicopter-like weapon. Press B while standing or while
moving and she'll spin around, attacking enemies. 

This is a move you'll be using fairly often, since it's the only way Kazooie can
defend herself without wasting eggs. Though with the EGGS cheat, that's not
really a big problem. The Wing Whack will destroy earlier enemies in one hit,
but it will take more than one for the later enemies. The Bigafoots in Hailfire
Peaks take THREE Wing Whacks to go down.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                             Sub-Aqua Egg Aiming                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~275 notes~~
                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

The hatch for this move is found in Jolly Roger's bar. You can either rent the
room for two doubloons or you can blast open the door with a Grenade Egg.

The Sub-Aqua Egg Aiming is like the Airborne Egg Aiming. Why should you have to
learn it? Also, like the AEA, you'll use this in Jolly Roger's Lagoon and pretty
much no other place. You absolutely have to have it for JRL, to shoot the sea
anenomes and the octopi, among other things you need eggs for underwater. Once
JRL is over, you'll pretty much NEVER have to use eggs underwater.

The only other use for this move I can think of is for killing the electric eel
in Terrydactyland's River Passage, making it easier to get the notes it guards.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                Talon Torpedo                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~290 notes~~
                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

The Talon Torpedo is a move you'll use when the opportunity arises, which
happens every so often. The hatch is found inside the Electric Eels' Chamber of
Atlantis. Press Z to fire Kazooie like a torpedo underwater. This uses up five
Red Feathers. You have 20 seconds to accomplish whatever task is at hand before
Kazooie returns to the backpack. You can also press B to return her prematurely.
Press A to move forward at high (and often hard to control) speeds.

In Jolly Roger's Lagoon, this move allows you to get the valuables trapped in
the transparent Seemee fish. However, the main use of this is to break open
doors and rocks with Kazooie's face on them. This allows you to reach new areas
underwater.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                            Clockwork Kazooie Eggs                            |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~315 notes~~
                          ~~Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)~~

The Clockwork Kazooie Egg.. Man.. Learned in the Wasteland, this is the last as
well as the most absurd and "glitched" egg in the game. They're red with yellow
polka dots and you can only pick up one at a time. The maximum capacity is a
mere 10, though it can be doubled to 20 using the EGGS cheat. When you fire a
Clockwork Kazooie Egg, you get to control a clockwork Kazooie bomb. The bomb is
extremely small, so the main use of this is to get in small holes, particulary
in Cloud Cuckooland and Terrydactyland. There's always something to use the bomb
for on the other side. Press B to detonate it, or it will detonate automatically
in 20 seconds. You can jump, but not very high. The bomb detonates when it comes
into contact with enemies or when it hits the water.

The Clockwork Kazooie Egg has a horrible "glitch" to it. It's not a real glitch,
but the fact that it becomes a controllable character means it can be used to
collect items. Combine this with the fact that you can fire these high into the
air and you'll realize you can fire these things to items that were meant to be
collected in other ways. Pretty much any item that's out in the open can be
gotten with a CK egg. Though that's normally a speedrunning trick, I use it a
time or two in the walkthrough.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Springy Step Shoes                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~390 notes~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

The hatch for the shoes is found on some ledges right of Terrydactyland's start.
The Springy Step Shoes are the first advanced footwear you'll learn in Banjo-
Tooie. They are purple shoes with white springs. Put them on and you get only
one super jump. Press A to jump higher than a Shock Jump Pad. Kazooie can jump
MUCH higher with these when she's alone. You only get one jump, so be careful
when you use these. The shoes allow you to access places otherwise unreachable.

The Springy Step Shoes are often found in crates or in alcoves. You'll always
find them near a place where you have to perform a super high jump. Usually,
these are used either to get items or to reach new areas. Also, you only have a
limited amount of time to jump before the shoes wear off. You'll hear a ticking
sound when time is almost up. The time you have varies from pair to pair. If you
want to cancel the shoes whenever you want, press B.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Taxi Pack                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~405 notes~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

The Taxi Pack hatch is a rather well-hidden hatch found in the middle of the
River Passage in Terrydactyland. Though normally you have to use Kazooie to
shoot the snapdragons (or lure them out and bypass them), you can use Banjo's
double jump to access it with ease. The Taxi Pack is one of Banjo's more
important moves. Hold Z and press left C to make Banjo pull out his pack. Press
B to scoop it up, allowing you to put in specific passengers, such as Groggy and
Sabreman. When you want to deposit them (you can only do so when you're in the
correct area), hold Z and press left C again. Banjo will automatically pull them
out.

This move is actually pretty funny. The size of the characters Banjo can put in
his backpack is simply ridiculous. It's also worth noting that you can still use
the Pack Whack as well as the Shack Pack, Snooze Pack, and Sack pack when you're
Taxi Packing characters. That's a pack full!

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Hatch                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~420 notes~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

The Hatch is learned inside Unga Bunga's Cave in Terrydactyland. As strange as
it is, Kazooie can't hatch eggs without being taught how. There are, I believe,
four uses for this move: hatching Terry's eggs, hatching Tiptup's baby, warming
the alien child, and hatching the Floatus Floatium creatures.

To use the Hatch, position Kazooie onto the target (which is usually, but not
always, an egg), then hold Z and press B. Kazooie will automatically hatch the
egg assuming you're on the correct target. The Hatch will allow you to retrieve
a few Jiggies, and that's pretty much it.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Claw Clamber Boots                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~505 notes~~
                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

The Claw Clamber Boots are the final special footwear learned in Banjo-Tooie.
The hatch is found on the first floor of Grunty Industries. When you find a pair
of blue shoes with red suction cups, put them on and look for a nearby set of
yellow Kazooie footprints. The shoes allow you to walk up these marked walls and
reach new areas. Atop the ledge that the footprints lead to, you'll always find
another pair of shoes in case you want to go down.

Know that, you only have a limited amount of time before the shoes wear off.
You'll hear a ticking sound when time is almost up. The time you have varies
from pair to pair. If you want to cancel the shoes whenever you want, press B.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Snooze Pack                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~525 notes~~
                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

It seems that as you progress through the game, the moves you get become more
and more useful, and the Snooze Pack is one of the best examples. Once Jamjars
teaches you the move in the Waste Disposal Plant of Grunty Industries, you can
hold Z and press right C to take a nap inside your backpack while playing as
Banjo alone. There are a whopping TWO places where you need to use this: the
Stomping Plains and the trash compactor.

Despite the lack of situations in which using the Snooze Pack is necessary,
you'll find yourself constantly using this move. In areas like Hailfire Peaks
where you're likely to lose a lot of honeycombs, you can simply Split-Up and do
a quick Snooze Pack. When you join back with Kazooie, you'll have all but one
honeycomb restored (assuming you snoozed until Banjo's honeycomb meter was
full). This is an easy and quick way to restore your energy. Also, you should
always find an enemy-free area when you want to take a snooze, or it defeats the
purpose of using thi smove.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Leg Spring                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~545 notes~~
                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

The Leg Spring is yet another useful move, this time for Kazooie alone. You have
to use a pair of Claw Clamber Boots to reach a mesh ledge in the toxic waste
part of the second floor in Grunty Industries. Jamjars will teach Kazooie to
perform a high jump all her own. Hold Z and press A to perform a leap about as
high as a Shock Jump Pad. There's pretty much like ONE place you have to use
this (to get a Jinjo on the second floor). However, like the Snooze Pack, the
Leg Spring is a useful move you'll be using frequently. It's great for when
you're first exploring a world, as it allows you to cross tall barriers.

The Leg Spring can also be combined with the Glide for an excellent combo...

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Shack Pack                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~640 notes~~
                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

This hatch is a bit tricky to get to. It's on a ledge near the middle of the
lava side of Hailfire Peaks. The hatch is in an alcove on a ledge guarded by a
force of Hothands. Once you actually get to the move, you can hold Z and press
down C to have Banjo go inside his backpack. This decreases his size a bit to
allow him to get inside small holes and reach items (usually Jiggies).

The Shack Pack also allows Banjo to survive lava and other dangerous areas. If
you go into toxic or boiling water while Shack Packing, you will sink, but
remain unharmed, allowing you to get any collectables trapped underneath.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Glide                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~660 notes~~
                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

Again, the Glide is a move you have to use about three times, but it's a great
move for exploring and just getting to places in general. The hatch is pretty
well hidden. At the exit of the Icicle Grotto in Hailfire Peaks (across the
icicles), you'll find the hatch. While playing as Kazooie alone, jump into the
air and hold Z to glide across the air. You'll slowly sink and cannot go higher,
but that means you don't need to use Red Feathers.

You'll find the hatch for this below and to the left of the ice crater entrance.
You can get to it by crossing the icicles in the Icicle Grotto and heading out.
You can combine the Glide with the Leg Spring by using the Leg Spring to give
the Glide a nice, high starting point, allowing you to reach higher areas.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Sack Pack                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 ~~765 notes~~
                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

The Sack Pack is a move Banjo will use several times in the last level, since
that's where it's learned. In the middle of Central Cavern, split up to become
Kazooie. Hatch the nearby Floatus Floatium, then have Banjo use it to reach the
platform with the jelly. Use the Shack Pack to go in a hole on the right of the
ledge and behind the jelly where you'll find the move. I think it's interesting
that you have to use two pack moves to get one.

Hold Z and press up C to make Banjo use his backpack as a sack, like in a sack
race (you actually have to sack race Mr. Fit in Cloud Cuckooland). The Sack Pack
is basically like the Shack Pack, but with different properties. First of all,
you bounce around while using it, which can make it difficult to control. When
you go on liquids, you bounce across the surface instead of sinking. This means
you can't use it to get underwater items, but you can use it to get items on
land across a body of water.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                 Special Moves
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Special moves are moves that aren't taught to you by Jamjars.

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|                             Amaze-O-Gaze Goggles                             |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

If you talk to Goggles in Bottles' house, he'll give you the Amaze-O-Gaze
Goggles, which work like a sniper. While in Banjo's eyeview, hold right C to
zoom in and left C to zoom out. This allows you to hit far away targets with the
Egg Aim skill.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                               Faster Swimming                                |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

After you Bill Drill the boulder near Roysten's house and put him in the water,
he'll give you four extra bubbles and teach you a faster swimming technique.
Hold A and B at the same time. Since this makes Banjo and Kazooie combine their
strokes, it allows you to move through the water at a faster rate.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                Hidden Abilities
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Hidden abilites are glitches that weren't meant to be moves.

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|                                  Double Jump                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The double jump is an incredibly useful Banjo only technique that allows you to
accomplish tasks that were meant to be done in other ways. It requires you to
have the Pack Whack move. Press A and do a Pack Whack in the air, then press A
again to jump. This allows Banjo to basically do a slightly higher highjump
(though with the advantage of him being able to do it while on the surface of
water). One use is to get the Taxi Pack with ease. I use this several times
throughout the walkthrough.

==========================----------------------------==========================
|                         =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                         |
|           2e             |     Transformations    |            TRAN          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
--------------------------============================--------------------------

In this game, Humba Wumba deals with transformations. You have to find her only
one Glowbo in order for it to work. Unfortunately, these are incredibly easy to
find and are almost always right next to (or very close) to the wigwam. Once you
give it to her, jump in the pool to transform and detransform. Unlike in the
first game, transformations cannot leave the worlds (with one exception). All
transformations have the ability to withstand falls of any height.

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|                                    Stony                                     |
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                               ~~Mayahem Temple~~

The Mayahem Temple wigwam is located in the Jade Snake Grove, which you need to
use the Golden Goliath to smash open the door to. The Stony is basically a
humanoid stone and has a few properties. First, it's smaller than Banjo and
Kazooie, letting it fit into small holes. Second, it's a Stony. Yeah. That
allows it to understand the other Stonies, as well as enter the Stony-only
Kickball League.

The Stony can go to Hailfire Peaks via a secret entrance that you must open in
Hailfire Peaks. This allows you to participate in Hailfire Peaks' Colosseum
Kickball League.

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|                                  Detonator                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

The wigwam in Glitter Gulch Mine is atop a gem stack right of the world's start.
The detonator is a rather unliked transformation. It bounces around, which makes
it hard to control. If you want to attack, you have to press B to detonate. This
takes a honeycomb away, so you won't benefit in the first place. You also have
to be still to do it, putting you at risk. The detonator is useful for blowing
up TNT barrels located throughout the mine. This opens up new passages in the
level. To do so, you only have to stand on the fuse. The detonation happens
automatically.

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|                                     Van                                      |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                ~~Witchyworld~~

You have to highjump from the left door and grib grab across a ledge at the
start of the Western Zone to reach the wigwam in Witchyworld. The van is a
pretty carefree transformation. It's completely invincible, so you can do
whatever you want when you're transformed. The van can steamroll over the cash
registers to get the Big Top Tickets. It also has coins, letting you pay for
Witchyworld's premium attractions. The final use of the van is to open up van
doors, which all have special items behind them. To do so, stand in front of one
and press B.

It is worth noting that you have to transform into the van twice, because the
van must pay for the Inferno, where you'll find Mumbo. Mumbo has to power the
Dodgem Dome before you can enter it, and the van has to enter it to pay for the
attraction.

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|                                  Submarine                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

The wigwam in Jolly Roger's Lagoon is found at the end of a tunnel near the
Warp Pad in Atlantis. The submarine can withstand extreme water pressures and
has two attacks. Press B for the ping attack and Z to fire an unlimited supply
of torpedoes. To move, you have to hold A to turn on the propellers.

Fighting Lord Woo Fak Fak, the lagoon's boss, is easier as the sub, since you
have no limit to the number of torpedoes you can fire. The submarine also can
access a high pressure cave in Locker's Cavern.

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|                                  Baby T-Rex                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

When Wumba's wigwam (found on the left end of the world) is small, you can
transform into a Baby T-Rex. The Baby T-Rex, once it learns how to roar by
talking to one of the dinosaurs, can use its roar to open Baby T-Rex doors,
letting you reach other areas. The Baby T-Rex cannot attack, but you won't be
approached by enemies anyways.

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|                                  Daddy T-Rex                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

Enjoy the whopping two uses of this transformation (which you can only use after
Mumbo enlarges Wumba's wigwam). You have to scare off the Unga Bunga guarding
the entrance to the Oogle Boogles' cave and step on a Daddy T-Rex Switch to open
a cage trapping a Jinjo.

The Daddy T-Rex CAN streamroll through enemies and kill closeby enemies by
merely roaring at them, so it can be pretty fun, though you'll spend about five
minutes using it.

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|                                    Washer                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

The second floor wigwam transforms you into one of my least favorite
transformations, the washer. This time, the transformation was intentional. The
washer has only one attack (firing underwear through use of the Z button), which
is pretty weak and has crap range since underwear is actually affected by
gravity, unlike eggs. The washer can barely jump, meaning you have to use
platforms and special entrances to perform its tasks. While the washer CAN use
the service elevator and go through mechanical personnel only doors, it can't
use Warp Pads.

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|                                   Snowball                                   |
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                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

When you hop into the pool of the lower icy side wigwam, you become one of the
coolest transformations in the game: the snowball. The snowball is incredibly
unique. You start out small and with one honeycomb, but bulk up and gain energy
by rolling around in the snow (which makes you use the fire to shrink when you
want to go back into the wigwam). To gain speed and kill enemies, you can hold
the B button to use the roll attack. Though it can't jump very high or go
through small doors, its sheer uniqueness and amount of tasks makes it my
favorite transformation.

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|                                      Bee                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                             ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

Yes, yes, I know Rareware has used the bee transformation for a second time, but
what would you guys do if you were forced to pump out original idea after
original idea every day of your life? Wumba's bee transformation is a lot better
than Mumbo's. Like with the previous one, you can jump and press A again to fly
into the air, but this bee also has two other properties. You can hold Z to fire
an unlimited supply of stingers and hold B for a turbo boost.

The bee's stingers fire much faster when you're in the air, which turns out to
be significant when you want to go in the Zubbas' hive.

==========================----------------------------==========================
|                         =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                         |
|           2f             |      Mumbo Magic       |           SPELLS         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
--------------------------============================--------------------------

Mumbo's magic has changed a lot since Banjo-Kazooie. First, you have to pay one
Glowbo (which are incredibly easy to find), to gain his services. Second, you
get to control him, and his magic no longer transforms you. Instead, you can use
Mumbo Pads (by standing on one and pressing B) to perform various different
spells, depending on the world. B is also used to perform the zap stick attack,
which is extremely powerful.

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|                           Summon (Golden Goliath)                            |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               ~~Mayahem Temple~~

Mumbo's skull is at the end of the outside of Mayahem Temple, making it easy.
The Summon spell allows you to summon the Golden Goliath, which is a giant gold
statue capable of destroying the dart-spitting statues. It can also smash open a
boulder as well as the entrances to the Jade Snake Grove, the Prison Compound,
and the Code Chamber. However, you have to use it twice due to the fact that you
only get 75 seconds until the spell wears off.

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|                          Heal (Sick Styracosaurus)                           |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                          ~~Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)~~

Mumbo's skull is found along the ledge of the cliff top, making it easy to find.
This spell can only be used once the sick dinosaur is in Chuffy and Chuffy is in
the Isle o' Hags train station. Mumbo can then use the pad to heal the dinosaur,
allowing you to bring him back to Terrydactyland. Once all the mother dinosaur's
children are problem-free, you'll get a Jiggy.

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|                     Levitate (Chuffy the Train/Boulder)                      |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

Mumbo's skull is found along the river, near the middle of Glitter Gulch Mine.
In Glitter Gulch Mine, Mumbo has two things to levitate. He first leviates
Chuffy the train to put it back on its tracks, allowing you to go inside. He
then levitates the boulder by the crushing shed. Once Banjo and Kazooie turn the
crushers on, the boulder will be crushed, along with the Jiggy inside. The Jiggy
pieces will be scattered throughout the crushing shed area.

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|               Power (Saucer of Peril/Dodgem Dome/Star Spinner)               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                ~~Witchyworld~~

To actually reach Mumbo's skull, you must first open the Inferno by paying for
it with the van. Mumbo can power the generator by Area 51 to activate the Saucer
of Peril, the one in the Star Spinner to activate the Star Spinner, and the one
left of the Dodgem Dome to power and open the Dodgem Dome. This allows Banjo and
Kazooie to get the prizes within the attractions (though the they must become
the van again to pay for the Dodgem Dome).

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|                        Sunlight (Oxygenate the Water)                        |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

Mumbo's skull is up some stairs on the left side of the Town Square. He will use
the Mumbo Pad near the water to oxygenate the water. Since 90% of Jolly Roger's
Lagoon is underwater, you'll get nowhere until you use this spell. This will let
you cover the ridiculously large depths (does Jolly even know how humungous his
lagoon is?) of the lagoon.

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|         Enlarge (Stepping Stones/Wumba's Wigwam/Small Styracosaurus)         |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

Mumbo's skull is easy to find, and it's across swampy water on the left side.
Mumbo has three different pads in Terrydactyland. The first is outside his skull
, which enlarges the stepping stones on the swamp, making it easier to get to
his skull (though it's pretty pointless since there's a Warp Pad PAST the
stones). The second is in front of the wigwam, which enlarges the wigwam,
allowing Banjo and Kazooie to become the Daddy T-Rex. The final one requires
Banjo and Kazooie to Bill Drill the boulder covering it, and it's in the
Styracosaurus family cave. It enlarges the small dinosaur.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                     EMP (Electromagnet/Wall Crushers)                        |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

Mumbo's metallic skull is found on the third floor, guarded by damned tintops.
The EMP spell is used twice in Grunty Industries, and you can't do them both at
once. The first is used to deactivate the electromagnet in its chamber (which
requires you to use a secret entrance to reach it as Mumbo and the washer). You
are allowed 90 seconds to regain control of Banjo and Kazooie and transform into
the washer so you can hit the switch in the Electromagnet Chamber before the
magnet reactivates. You have to Bill Drill bolts on the third floor's boiler
plant to release the Mumbo Pad. The second Mumbo Pad is on the fourth floor, and
it deactivates the wall crushers. You have 45 seconds to regain control of Banjo
and Kazooie and head to the other side of the wall crushers, where you'll find a
Banjo-Kazooie switch that permanently deactivates the crushers. Fitting that the
game's longest level has the longest Mumbo description, eh?

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|                   Revive (Alien Dad/Alien Child/Sabreman)                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

In Hailfire Peaks, Mumbo's pads are in ice cubes on icy ledges. You can use his
extremely powerful revive spell to ressurect the dead Alien dad, Alien child,
and Sabreman. Note that you have to become Banjo and Kazooie to Bill Drill the
ice covering the child before you can ressurect it. However, you can't do this
until you talk to the Alien dad, meaning you need to use Mumbo twice.
Fortunately, there's a crack in Mumbo's skull on the lava side that leads to
Wumba's wigwam on the icy side.

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|                                  Rain Dance                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

The coolest and most unique spell is in the craziest world, Cloud Cuckooland.
There are two skulls, one blue and one red. One contains the boss, Mingy Jongo,
while the other contains Mumbo. Mingy Jongo's skull is random, so you'll never
know. The rain dance spell (the Mumbo Pad is on the same ledge where you'll
participate in the footrace) will create a rainbow letting you reach the Pot o'
Gold and also create two beanstalks, assuming you planted the beans. These
allow Banjo to access the cheese wedge and the sack race.

==========================----------------------------==========================
|                         =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                         |
|           2g             |       Enemy List       |           ENEMY          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
--------------------------============================--------------------------

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|                                    Ugger                                     |
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                                 Difficulty : *

                              ~~Spiral Mountain~~
                                ~~Isle o' Hags~~

Uggers are green monster guys that patrol the Isle o' Hags. If they see you,
they'll charge at you. They have to be close so they can whack you with your
hands, so they're no problem at all. A simple roll attack will destroy it.

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|                                  Uggydactyl                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                              ~~Spiral Mountain~~
                                ~~Isle o' Hags~~

These are the dragons that patrol the Isle o' Hags and Spiral Mountain. The ones
in Spiral Mountain are WAY up high, so you won't even have to worry about them.
The ones in the Isle o' Hags are lower to the ground. They try to swoop up on
you. Since these guys are flying enemies, a Rat-a-Tat-Rap works best.

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|                                  Sput Sput                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                               ~~Mayahem Temple~~

Sput Sputs are the dart-shooting statues found in Mayahem Temple. They start
spitting darts at you when you get within range. You can disable it temporarily
by shooting an egg between its eyes, but that's usually just a waste, since you
shouldn't get hit anyways so long as you keep moving. You'll be espeically safe
from them if you Talon Trot.

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|                                    Moggie                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                               ~~Mayahem Temple~~

Moggies are cat-like warriors in armor. They try to hit you with their clubs,
but a simple roll attack or Rat-a-Tat-Rap will kill them. In Targitzan's Temple,
they sometimes sneak up on you, but you can avoid that by constantly moving and
staying towards the wall. You'll also hear them yell when they spot you.

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|                                   Dragunda                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : **

                               ~~Mayahem Temple~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~
                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

Dragundas are the giant swamp monsters that eat and spit you out when you
trespass in the swamps or the toxic water outside Grunty Industries. Sometimes,
you'll be able to using Wading Boots to safely go through. Othertimes, you have
to jump from platform to platform to avoid getting eaten. If you do land in the
dangerous water, jump as much as possible, to minimize damage.

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|                                  Snapdragon                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : ***

                                ~~Isle o' Hags~~
                               ~~Mayahem Temple~~
                                ~~Witchyworld~~
                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~
                             ~~Grunty Industries~~
                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~
                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

The Snapdragons live in tan colored dots above or below places where you have to
Grip Grab on a ledge. When you get near, they'll come out and try to snack on
you. If you use Kazooie's peck attack (press B), you can eliminate them, though
you have to time it correctly. Also, keep the camera view as far from Banjo as
possible, or you might not even see the dragons.

The Snapdragon is an extremely common enemy, appearing in nearly every world.
You'll almost always find them on a Grip Grab ledge, so stay alert and keep the
camera far from Banjo.

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|                                  Billy Bob                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

Billy Bobs appear only as brown cowboy hats in the ground. When you get within
range, they'll pop out and yell "Yeehaw!" They often come in groups, but they
have to be near you so they can punch you. A simple roll will defeat them, and
you're faster than them, so you can just avoid them as well.

Billy Bobs are found almost everywhere in Glitter Gulch Mine. You can find them
in the Gloomy Caverns, in the Flooded Caves, and throughout the main area of the
mine.

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|                                  TNT Crate                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

TNT Crates are placed in areas of Glitter Gulch Mine. They're usually found
inside caves like the Water Storage and the Fuel Depot. When you get near them,
they start throwing explosive dynamite sticks at you. If you keep moving, you
won't get hit. Attacking them causes them to explode, damaging you, so the only
safe way to kill them is to shoot eggs from afar. Blue Eggs and Fire Eggs take
more than one hit, but Grenade Eggs will do them in in one blow.

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|                                    Klang                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                             ~~Glitter Gulch Mine~~

Klangs are the shovels found inside the train station of Glitter Gulch Mine.
Klangs are found in coal piles and have eyes. They will chase you when they see
you, but a simple roll will kill them. Rat-a-Tat-Raps should not be used, as
they are small, making them hard to hit with that attack.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Jippo Jim                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                                ~~Witchyworld~~

These are the rat employees that you find all over Witchyworld. If they actually
get near you, they slam their mallet down. Even though their attack is a bit
faster than most enemies, a roll will kill them in one hit.

Jippo Jims wear masks (cowboy outfit in the Western Zone, alien mask in the
Space Zone, and monster mask in the Horror Zone) to fit with the themed areas of
Witchyworld, but it doesn't change their difficulty.

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|                                    Fruity                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : **

                                ~~Witchyworld~~

A Fruity is an evil cash register around the Big Top. Only a Grenade Egg/Bill
Drill can kill them, but they relinquish a ticket for the Big Top (you need four
to get in) when defeated. The van can also run over them. The Fruities will fire
coins at you from afar, though you shouldn't get hit, and try to smash you with
their "arms". You're best off just avoiding them once you get their tickets.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Minjo                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : ***

                                ~~Isle o' Hags~~
                                ~~Witchyworld~~
                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~
                             ~~Grunty Industries~~
                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~
                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

The Minjos look exactly like Jinjos and even yell "help", but they attack when
you get near. They change color each time you enter the room, and they're the
evil counterparts to Jinjos. Roll attacks do not work at ALL vs. these guys, and
Rat-a-Tat-Raps are really hard to hit them with because of their size. You're
best off just avoiding these, though they are pretty fast.

If you want to tell if a "Jinjo" is really a Jinjo, fire an egg at it. If the
egg goes through it, it's a Jinjo. If it takes damage, it's a Minjo. Usually, if
a Jinjos is way out in the open, it's a Minjo.

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|                                   Hothead                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                              Difficulty : **/***

                                ~~Witchyworld~~
                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

In Witchyworld, these guys slide down the hell slide in the Inferno, trying to
hit you as you go up. These are relatively easy to jump over as long as you stop
when they come. In Hailfire Peaks, they roam freely around the lava side on
their magic carpets. They're always placed on narrow ledges where you can be
knocked off. If you keep moving, you'll rarely be hit, but if you stop for even
one second, you'll probably fall off the ledge.

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|                                   Blubbul                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

Blubbuls are giant sea anenomes that you'll find under the water in Jolly
Roger's Lagoon. Though they can't be killed, you can fire an egg (preferably a
Blue Egg, since it doesn't matter) at their eye to stun them. This will paralyze
them (including their tentacles, which collapse) for a limited amount of time,
allowing you to get the valuables they trap.

Two of the three Blubbuls on the sea floor of the lagoon (the first part) have
note nests, while the one in Atlantis is trapping the world's Treble Clef.
That's thirty notes total.

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|                                   Octopus                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

The octopi in Jolly Roger's Lagoon block off paths that connect two different
areas. They madly wave their tentacles up and down, and it's extremely difficult
to get past them without getting hit. However, what you can do is shoot their
mouths with an ice egg. This will freeze them and allow you to get past. However
, you have to be quick, since they'll thaw out eventually. Also be warned that
their tentacles will still knock you back (though not actually take health away)
when they're freezed.

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|                                   Pufftup                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               Difficulty : ***

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

Pufftups can be extremely annoying. Though they remain flat when they're far
from you, they blow up when you get close. Sometimes, you won't have to go near
them. However, they'll often get in your way en route to an underwater area or
building. If you stay near them for too long, they'll blow up and take away a
honeycomb. You can blow them up yourself by shooting a Grenade Egg at them or
hitting them with a Talon Torpedo. Keep your distance when doing so, or you'll
get hit yourself anyways.

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|                                 Electric Eel                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

The electric eels are found in the Electric Eel Chamber. What a shock. Anyways,
they almost always come in groups, and can also be found in the Seaweed Sanctum
and the Ancient Swimming Baths. If you swim as fast as possible, you shouldn't
get hit. However, sometimes they block your way out of a building, so it can be
a little annoying. You can shoot them with Grenade Eggs using your Sub-Aqua Egg
Aiming.

You'll also find an electric eel in Terrydactyland's River Passage. It's
guarding four note nests, so it might be wise to shoot it down before you
attempt to collect the notes.

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|                                    Sailor                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

The sailors are found in the Ancient Swimming Baths, inside the giant fish, and
on the beach that you access through a crack in Mumbo's skull. They'll charge at
you if they see you, but a simple roll will defeat them. They usually come in
pairs.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Seaweed                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                            ~~Jolly Roger's Lagoon~~

Stay alert while in Jolly Roger's Lagoon Seaweed Sanctum. Sometimes, the seaweed
will come to life and try to kill you. However, a simple roll will kill them.
The real threat is one coming to life without you expecting it.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Bargasaurus                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

Bargasauruses are Stegosaurus-like dinosaurs that patrol Terrydactyland. It
takes two rolls to kill them, so their large size and strength makes the Rat-a-
Tat-Rap the best option, as it will do it in in one hit. They sometimes come in
groups, but they need to be close to use their barge attack, so they're not too
difficult to defeat.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Soarasaurus                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

Saorasauruses are the Pterodactyl-like dinosaurs that patrol the skies of
Terrydactyland. Though sometimes they can knock you off ledges due to their
swooping attack, you can use their swoop against them. Their swoop makes them
vulnerable to the Rat-a-Tat-Raps, which is the attack of choice.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Mucoids                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

The Mucoids are Terry's mucous buddies, who she uses to attack you while she
rests. If they surround you, you could be in trouble, but that shouldn't happen
as long as you contiune to use your roll attack against them. Terry will come
back once they're all gone.

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|                                   Rocknut                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

In Terrydactyland, five armed cavemen called Rocknuts are found. To defeat them,
you have to bomb their behinds with Clockwork Kazooie Eggs. Once you obliterate
all five of them, they'll relinquish their Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Stompanodon                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                               ~~Terrydactyland~~

In Terrydactyland's Stomping Plains, the Stompanodon is constantly slamming the
ground with his foot. He's so large you ONLY see his foot. You have to make it
across as Banjo and Kazooie, Banjo, and Kazooie. To make it across together, use
the Wonderwing. The Banjo-Kazooie Switch opens a cage with a Jiggy. To make it
across as Banjo, you have to purposely get hit, then Snooze Pack in each
footprint. This allows you to make it across without actually dying. The Banjo
Switch opens a cage blocking off a Hailfire Peaks link with a Jiggy. Kazooie is
fast enough to make it from footprint to footprint without getting hit. The
Kazooie Switch opens a cage blocking off a Jinjo.

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|                               Red-Eyed Beehive                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                                ~~Isle o' Hags~~
                               ~~Terrydactyland~~
                              ~~Grunty Industries~~
                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~
                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

From Terrydactyland onwards, the beehives that you break open for honeycombs
will have red eyes and attack you when you get near them. One Rat-a-Tat-Rap will
do them in, but they're extremely fast. You might actually consider using an Ice
Egg to freeze them.

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|                                    Worker                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

The workers are purplish monsters in yellow suits, who carry wrenches to kill
you. This means it takes a while before they can actually hit you, making a roll
attack an easy way to kill it. These dudes shouldn't pose a problem, as they're
incredibly simple to defeat.

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|                                   Drumble                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               Difficulty : ****

                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

The Drumbles can be very very annoying. They pretty much always come in groups
of three, and a new player might not realize they're not just ordianry waste
drums. Unlike the other drums, these guys are a dark color and aren't stained by
toxic waste. If you get near, they'll attack. They're strong, and take two Rat-a
-Tat-Raps. Roll attacks won't cut it. Sometimes, they'll gang up on you and
surround you, which can be a problem.

The worst thing about a Drumble is that when you kill it, there's a chance that
it will release a toxic gas particle, which attaches itself to you to cause
RAPID loss of oxygen. You have to either get out of the room or get onto some
kind of high terrain if you want to escape the toxic gas.

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|                                   Tintops                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                               Difficulty : *****

                             ~~Grunty Industries~~

The Tintops are robot droids that come out of the glowing tank things on the
floors in rooms of Grunty Industries. When you enter the room, the robots will
come out of the tank and start shocking you. They open up to reveal their eyes
and insides, which is the only time you can destroy them with Grenade Eggs.
Sometimes you have to go on boxes or collect items, and Tintops can make doing
so problematic. If you just need to reach the next room, they usually aren't a
big problem.

Tintops can only attack you because a security camera sees you in the room. The
cameras are fairly well-hidden on the upper floors, but if you do spot them, you
can use a Grenade Egg to destroy it. Then, the Tintops won't come out. Be warned
, you have a very small amount of time before the camera regenerates and the
Tintops come out. These guys are probably the worst enemy in the game.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                          Screws, Bolts, and Washers                          |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

Screws, Bolts, and Washers are found on the ground of the third floor. When you
approach them, they'll attack, though a simple roll will defeat them, as they're
slow and weak. They always come in packs, but they're not hard to deal with.
Weldar, the Grunty Industries boss, also fires some of these at you.

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|                                   Hothand                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : ***

                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

On the lava side of Hailfire Peaks, you may notice yellowish cracks in the
walls. When you get near it, a giant Hothand will come out. If you keep the
camera so it's facing the wall, these shouldn't be a big problem. However, you
sometimes forget to do so or they are placed in unexpected locations. In that
case, they can easily knock you off a high ledge, which can be very, very
annoying.

You can only defeat the Hothands with an Ice Egg or the snowball roll attack.
What you have to do if you don't want to kill them is wait for them to retreat
into their cracks, then quickly run past it. You can also jump over them if you
use Banjo's double jump or the Talon Trot (provided the Hothands don't have the
high ground).

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Gargoyles                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : **

                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

You'll find these on the lava side of Hailfire Peaks, in the Colosseum, the
train station, and one guarding the entrance to the volcano's inside. They can
be annoying if you're trying to use the Claw Clamber Boots or climb up a chain,
but otherwise, they shouldn't hit you if you keep moving. They spit fireballs at
you, so you'll know when one is coming. Grenade Eggs will kill the gargoyles,
though they regenerate quickly (like the security cameras in Grunty Industries).

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Biggafoot                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : *

                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

The Biggafoots basically are yeti who are commonly found on the icy side of
Hailfire Peaks. They're strong, so it takes two Rat-a-Tat-Raps to kill them.
Biggafoots often come in packs, but there is an easy way to kill them. Simply
use a Fire Egg, which will wipe them out in a single hit (and if you use the
EGGS cheat, you'll have 100 Fire Eggs).

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|                                    Icicle                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                               ~~Hailfire Peaks~~

These have legs that you can see, making them different from the icicles that
don't come to life to kill you. Anyways, they always come in large packs and
are only found in the Icicle Grotto. However, they're extremely simple to kill.
Just use a roll attack.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Flatso                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

In Cloud Cuckooland's enormous Central Cavern, the only bad guys are paper
monsters with various weapons (like candy canes and sausages) who pop out of the
ground. If they pop out of nowhere and you run into them, you might get hit, but
they're easy to defeat. Just use the roll attack.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Zubba                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                Difficulty : ***

                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

By far the most annoying enemy in Cloud Cuckooland, the Zubbas are always placed
along ledges to knock you off into the oblivion. Therefore, it's always in your
best interest to shoot it with a Grenade Egg before you attempt to cross the
ledge. However, sometimes you'll be playing as Banjo alone, making Grenade Eggs
out of the question. Then, you'll have to lure the Zubba to you so you can give
it a good Pack Whack.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Flower                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

For the last level, Cloud Cuckooland has some of the easiest enemies found in
the game. These purple-petalled flowers will spin and attack you when they see
you, but a mere roll attack will reduce them to nothing.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                          Eyeballus Jiggium Plant                             |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

                                 Difficulty : *

                              ~~Cloud Cuckooland~~

In Cloud Cuckooland, you'll find eyeball plants, which are owned by Grunty. Use
the bee to shoot them with stingers. Once all five are gone, you'll be able to
take their Jiggy, as they'll have no partners left to pass it to.

==========================----------------------------==========================
|                         =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                         |
|           2h             |     Character List     |           CHARA          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
--------------------------============================--------------------------

A list of the game's characters, which includes all beings who do not attack
and/or can't be attacked, with Gruntilda and Klungo being exceptions.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Banjo                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

In the main adventure, you play as Banjo, the loveable honeybear. While he would
prefer a more relaxed life, the murder of his friend Bottles forces him to go on
yet another adventure.

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|                                   Kazooie                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Kazooie is Banjo's breegull buddy, who you play as too. She is smart-mouthed and
Jiggy-hungry, and unlike Banjo, enjoys adventures.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Roysten                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Roysten, Banjo's pet fish, is trapped under a boulder near his house. Return to
Spiral Mountain once you have the Bill Drill from Glitter Gulch Mine and Bill
Drill the boulder to free Roysten. Deposit him in the moat around Spiral
Mountain and he'll give your four extra air bubbles and teach you to hold A and
B at the same time to increase your swimming speed.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Mumbo Jumbo                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Mumbo Jumbo is the game's shaman. Unlike in the first game, you actually get to
control him and can press B while standing on a Mumbo Pad to perform various
spells. You need only one Glowbo for his services.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Bottles                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Bottles the mole, the character who taught you all your precious moves in Banjo-
Kazooie, met his maker when Grunty fired her spell at Banjo's house. His corpse
lays on Banjo's yard in Spiral Mountain.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Mrs. Bottles                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Mrs. Bottles, who seems to be a good cook, is Bottles wife and is completely
unaware of Bottles' death. You'll meet her in Bottles' house.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Goggles                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Goggles is Bottles' daughter. You'll meet her in Bottles' house. Talk to her and
she'll give you the Amaze-O-Gaze goggles. Hold right C while in Banjo's eyeview
to zoom in and hold left C to zoom out.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Speccy                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Speccy is Bottles' son, who plays with an airplane. Talk to him and he'll tell
you about his secret entrance to Wooded Hollow, though King Jingaling tells you
that information as well.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Jamjars                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Since Bottles is dead, his military-like brother, Jamjars, takes over the
responsibility of teaching Banjo and Kazooie new moves. This time, you'll need
to collect a certain amount of Musical Notes to learn his advanced techniques.
The amount of notes he requires raises. Jamjars' techniques are far more
numerous and advanced than Bottles'.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Gruntilda                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

In the previous game, Gruntilda took a fall off her tower and remained under a
rock for two years. Her sisters came and destroyed the rock, allowing her to
escape. While she has been reduced to a mere skeleton, that doesn't make her
attacks any less deadly.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Mingella                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Grunty's broomstick thin sister, who carries a spellbook and has purple-pink
hair. She is one of the two parties responsible for Gruntilda's return, along
with Blobbelda.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Blobbelda                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Gruntilda's extremely obese sister, who carries her cat and has red-orange hair.
She is one of the two parties responsible for Gruntilda's return, along with
Mingella.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Cheato                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Cheato, Grunty's spellbook, has had his pages ripped out by Grunty for helping
you in the last game. Each time you give him five Cheato Pages (you can talk to
him in Gruntilda's old Lair), he'll give you a cheat. To enter these cheats,
type them in in Mayahem Temple's Code Chamber (the door you open with the Golden
Goliath in the Jade Snake Grove).

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Klungo                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Grunty's right-hand man, Klungo, is a dim-witted green monster. He has three
different potions to use to enhance his capabilites when he fights you in the
digger tunnels and Cauldron Keep.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                King Jingaling                                |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

King Jingaling is ruler of all things Jinjo. He lives in his castle in Jinjo
Village and gives you your first Jiggy. Unfortunately, Gruntilda soon turns him
into a zombie by sucking his life force out with the B.O.B.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Toots                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Toots is King Jingaling's pet, who sits at his throne. Somehow, he got it from
Rubee in Banjo-Kazooie (if you look closely, you'll notice).

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Heggy                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Heggy, who lives in a giant egg in Wooded Hollow, will hatch the Blue and Pink
Secret Eggs to give you the HOMING eggs cheat and the Breegull Bash. Use
Kazooie's Hatch move to hatch the Yellow Secret Egg, which allows you to use the
Jinjo as a multiplayer character.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                            Jiggywiggy's Disciple                             |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Outside Jiggywiggy's Temple is his disciple and doorman, who's named is never
mentioned. He opens the door to the temple if you have enough Jiggy to be
considered worthy. The number of Jiggies required raises each time, and you'll
need a minimum of 70 Jiggies to complete the game.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Master Jiggywiggy                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Jiggywiggy, master of the Crystal Jiggy, will summon the power of said Crystal
Jiggy to open the ten doors to the worlds. However, he only does so if you
complete moving picture jigsaw puzzles of places in the worlds.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Humba Wumba                                |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Humba Wumba is the arch rival of Mumbo Jumbo. Give her a Glowbo and jump into
the pool in her wigwam to transform into something else. The transformation in
each world is different, and they'll always allow you to get some of the world's
Jiggies.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                               The Golden Goliath                             |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The Golden Goliath is the statue in Mayahem Temple. To control him, you need to
use Mumbo's magic. You only have 75 seconds and you need to destroy a boulder
blocking a flying pad, open the Prison Compound, open the Jade Snake Grove,
get a Jiggy inside the Jade Snake Grove, and open the Code Chamber.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Ssslumber                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Ssslumber is the snake for whom the Jade Snake Grove is named. On top of the
temple inside, you have to tiptoe across his bed to get his Jiggy. If you walk
too fast, you'll have to start over, as he'll swallow his Jiggy whole.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                               Chief Bloatazin                                |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Chief Bloatazin, who you'll find in Mayahem Temple's Treasure Chamber, guards
Targitzan's Priceless Relic Thingy, which was stolen. You need to tiptoe across
Unga Bunga's red carpet in the nearby Terrydactyland link to steal back the
relic. Return it to the chief for a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Unga Bunga                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Unga Bunga is a caveman who lives in Terrydactyland. He stole Targitzan's
Priceless Relic Thingy, which you have to get back. However, he also lets you in
his cave in Terrydactyland.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Bovina                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Bovina is a cow who lives on a field across a bridge from Targitzan's Temple.
Her field is ridden by flies, and she'll give you a Jiggy if you can shoot all
four of them down with your Blue Eggs.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                Officer Unogopaz                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Officer Unogopaz is the cat-like warrior who guards the entrance to the Mayan
Kickball Stadium. He'll only let you in once you transform into a Stony, as the
kickball league is for Stonies only.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Honey B                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Honey B, who claims to be the Mistress of Honey, is a bumblebee found in the
giant beehive on the plateau. If you trade in your Hollow Honeycombs, she'll
extend your life bar. She has five honeycombs to give you. Her price starts at
one and raises by two each time. If you want to get all five units, you need to
collect all the Hollow Honeycombs in the game.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Bullion Bill                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Bullion Bill, Glitter Gulch Mine's prospector, has lost his rat pardner, who
went missing after she was looking for gold. You can talk to the Stony in
Mayahem Temple's Prison Compound to learn the combination needed to open the
jail cell. Then, you can Bill Drill the rock inside to free Bill's pardner. Go
back to Glitter Gulch Mine through the now open path and talk to bill. When his
partner comes back, Bill will give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Dilberta                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Dilberta the rat is Bullion Bill's pardner, who is trapped in Mayahem Temple's
Prison Compound. You can talk to the Stony in the compound to learn the
combinationn needed to open the jail cell. Then, you can Bill Drill the rock
inside to free Bill's pardner. Go back to Glitter Gulch Mine through the now
open path and talk to bill. When his partner comes back, Bill will give you a
Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                             The Saucer of Peril                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The Saucer of Peril, which is inside its box in Glitter Gulch Mine's Fuel Depot,
won't be able to head back to its home of Witchyworld's Space Zone until you
blow up the TNT blocking its path. However, you'll need to head to Witchyworld
and press the button to open the gate, freeing the saucer. Once Mumbo has
powered the Saucer of Peril, you'll be able to ride it to win a Jiggy and a
Cheato Page.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Canary Mary                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Canary Mary, who is trapped in a cage within a toxic gas chamber, won't be free
until you blow up the TNT blocking the cave and destroy the cage. Then, she'll
challenge you to a mine cart race. Beat her twice to win a Jiggy and a Cheato
Page, then she'll fly off to Cloud Cuckooland. Beat her twice again to win
another Jiggy and another Cheato Page.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Boggy                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Boggy is the polar bear who moved from Freezeezy Peak to Hailfire Peaks. He
lives in a larger igloo and has gotten fatter, due to the fact that he's given
up sled racing and taken to watching his wide-screen TV all day. If you feed him
Dindin the fish gotten by Shack Packing into the upper boiling lake on the lava
side, he'll cough up a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Mrs. Boggy                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Mrs. Boggy is the wife of Boggy, who you'll meet in Witchyworld. Round up all
three of her cubs and she'll give you a Jiggy. The kids are Moggy, Soggy, and
Groggy. The locations of the kids are random.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Moggy                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Moggy is the young boy cub who will go home if you give him a smack. He can be
found in Area 51, the Cave of Horrors, or inside the Dodgem Dome.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Soggy                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Soggy is the girl cub who will go home if you feed her fries. She can be found
in the Crazy Castle Stockade, the Star Spinner, or the Inferno.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Groggy                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Groggy is the fat older boy cub who wants a burger. Once you feed it to him, he
won't be able to move. This forces you to wait until Terrydactyland to get the
Taxi Pack move so you can carry him home to his mom. He can be found next to the
Dodgem Dome, in the train station, or in the Inferno.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Conga                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Conga, a returning character from Banjo-Kazooie, guards the entrance to the
attraction in the Big Top tent. If you get four tickets by blasting the slot
machines nearby with Grenade Eggs, he'll let you in to fight the boss of
Witchyworld, Mr. Patch.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Big Al                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Big Al is the rhino who runs Witchyworld's burger stand. Talk to him and he'll
give you burgers for free, once you open the burger stand (the switch is on top
of the ticket booth at the start). You can use these to feed Groggy and the
Oogle Boogles.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Salty Joe                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Salty Joe is the fox who runs Witchyworld's french fry stand. Talk to him and
he'll give you fries for free, once you open the french fry stand (the switch is
freakin' behind the fry stand). You can use these to feed Soggy, which will make
her return to her mom.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                     Gobi                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

The left exhibit in the Cave of the Horrors is showcasing Gobi the camel. Free
him by blasting the lock on his cage with a Grenade Egg, allowing him to resume
his journey to the lava world. Beak Barge his hump in the lava side train
station and he'll spit water into Chuffy's boiler, allowing you to access the
icy side train station and get the Jiggy within.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Jolly Roger                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Jolly Roger is the frog guy who owns the bar and lagoon in Jolly Roger's
Lagoon. If you find his partner, Merry Maggie (who is trapped inside the giant
fish in the Big Fish Cavern), he'll give you a Jiggy. He will also rent you a
room for two Doubloons, although you can just blast the door open with a Grenade
Egg.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              Merry Maggie Malpass                            |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Merry Maggie, Jolly's paratner, was swallowed by a giant fish while waveracing.
If you find her inside the big fish, she'll go to Jolly. Go back to Jolly and
he'll give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                Captain Blackeye                              |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Captain Blackeye is the seasick pirate who is renting a room in Jolly's bar. If
you talk to him enough times, he'll give you two Doubloons.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Pawno                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Pawno is the Jolly Roger's Lagoon pawnbroker. He'll sell you a Jiggy for 20
Doubloons and a Cheato Page for 5.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                Captain Blubber                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Blubber, another returning character, will sell you a crate with a pair of Turbo
Trainers, allowing you to reach a Jinjo on a high up alcove across the lagoon.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Trotty                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Trotty is the pig with three arms who wants to go swimming in the pool in Jolly
Roger's Lagoon. However, there is a pipe spewing toxic waste into the pool, and
the water is cold. You need to use Shock Jump to Jolly's roof and Grip Grab
along a ledge to reach the pipe. You can Bill Drill the plate to go inside, then
find a switch that will turn off the pipe. To fix the temperature problem, you
have to Beak Barge George ice cube in Cloud Cuckooland to the lava side of
Hailfire Peaks. This cools down the boiling water. You can then use Banjo's
Shack Pack to activate the switch at the bottom of the pool, dumping the water
into the JRL pool, warming it up. Trotty and Piggles will give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Piggles                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Piggles is one of the two pigs who wants to go swimming in the pool in Jolly
Roger's Lagoon. However, there is a pipe spewing toxic waste into the pool, and
the water is cold. You need to use Shock Jump to Jolly's roof and Grip Grab
along a ledge to reach the pipe. You can Bill Drill the plate to go inside, then
find a switch that will turn off the pipe. To fix the temperature problem, you
have to Beak Barge George ice cube in Cloud Cuckooland to the lava side of
Hailfire Peaks. This cools down the boiling water. You can then use Banjo's
Shack Pack to activate the switch at the bottom of the pool, dumping the water
into the JRL pool, warming it up. Trotty and Piggles will give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Tiptup                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Tiptup, yet another returning character, is found on a beach accessible through
a crack in Mumbo's skull. Use Kazooie's hatch move to hatch his baby, who is
born upside down. Wing Whack him to turn him right side up. In return, Tiptup
will give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                  Tiptup Jr.                                  |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Once you find Skull Beach (accessible through a crack in Mumbo's skull), you can
use Kazooie's hatch move to hatch Tiptup's baby. Wing Whack him to turn Tiptup
Jr. right side up and you'll get a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                     Alph                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Alph is one of the three aliens on the UFO in Jolly Roger's Lagoon. You have to
activate all four generators with Ice Eggs in 20 seconds to power up the ship,
allowing them to leave. They'll give you a Jiggy in turn and head to Hailfire
Peaks to find their children.

Alph falls off the ship in Hailfire Peaks and dies, forcing Mumbo to restore
him. He then asks you to find all of his children. Once you do so, you'll get a
Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                     Beti                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Beti is one of the three aliens on the UFO in Jolly Roger's Lagoon. You have to
activate all four generators with Ice Eggs in 20 seconds to power up the ship,
allowing them to leave. They'll give you a Jiggy in turn and head to Hailfire
Peaks to find their children.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Gammo                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Gammo is one of the three aliens on the UFO in Jolly Roger's Lagoon. You have to
activate all four generators with Ice Eggs in 20 seconds to power up the ship,
allowing them to leave. They'll give you a Jiggy in turn and head to Hailfire
Peaks to find their children.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Alphette                                   |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Alphette is one of the three alien children. You can Bill Drill the ice covering
him (once you revive the Alien dad) and he'll return to his parents. If you find
all three children, the parents will leave and leave behind a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Betette                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Betette is one of the three alien children. You can Bill Drill the ice covering
her (once you revive the Alien dad), then use Mumbo to revive her. She'll
return to her parents afterwards. If you find all three children, the parents
will leave and leave behind a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                   Gamette                                    |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Gamette is one of the three alien children. You have to Glide from the ice
crater and use the Hatch move to warm him up, making him return to his parents.
If you find all three children, the parents will leave and leave behind a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                Chris P. Bacon                                |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Chris P. Bacon is a pig (no joke) who wants to take pictures of the walls in the
Temple of the Fishes. Unfortunately, the fish keep biting him. You'll have to
keep shooting the fishes without any of them biting him for 60 seconds to get
his Jiggy.


o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                 Chompasaurus                                 |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

If you use the Springy Step Shoes to jump onto the pillar inside the mountain of
Terrydactyland, Chompasaurus will swallow you hole. If you shoot 75 points worth
of ulcers, he'll give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                                    Dippy                                     |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

Once you use the Talon Torpedo to drain the water from Cloud Cuckooland into
Dippy's pool, finally allowing him to get a drink, he'll give you a Jiggy.

o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o
|                              The Oogle Boogles                               |
o------------------------------------------------------------------------------o

After you scare off the guard using the Daddy T-Rex's roar, you'll be able to
head inside the cave. You must light all three cavemen's fires with Fire Eggs,
then use the Claw Clamber Boots on top of the Big Top in Witchyworld to head up
the footprints in Area 51. This allows you to feed the Oogle Boogles' Big Al
burgers. Once they're all warm and full, they'll give you a Jiggy.

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|                                   Scrotty                                    |
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Scrotty is the mother of the three Styracosauruses. If you fix the problems of
all three of her children (one is sick, one is tiny, one ran off), she'll give
you a Jiggy.

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|                                    Scrat                                     |
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Scrat is one of Scrotty's children. Taxi Pack her into Chuffy and take her to
the Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top). Use the Glowbo on top of the entrance to Hailfire
Peaks to get Mumbo's help. He will perform a spell that heals Scrat's illness.
Take her back to Terrydactyland and she'll run home.

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|                                    Scrit                                     |
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Scrit is one of Scrotty's children. Bill Drill the rock in their cave to reveal
a Mumbo Pad. Use the pad to restore Scrit to full size.

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|                                    Scrut                                     |
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Scrut is one of Scrotty's children. She's trapped in Witchyworld's Cave of
Horrors, so blow up the lock on her cage with a Grenade Egg. Use Chuffy to take
her back to Terrydactyland. She runs into the train and to the family cave on
her own, thankfully.

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|                                    Loggo                                     |
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Loggo is the toilet found in the Workers' Quarters of Grunty Industries. He's
blocked up with paper, so give him a good Bill Drill to get a Cheato Page.

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|                               The Skivvy Workers                             |
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There are six Skivvy rabbit workers around Grunty Industries. You need to clean
their dirty coveralls with the washing machine. Since the washer has a very poor
jump, platforms and secret doorways are necessary. You need to fly into a window
to Bill Drill a plate that drops a platform onto the first floor, hit a switch
that opens a door on the second floor, and open the second floor fire exit to
the outside. One worker is on the trash compactor, one is in the Workers'
Quarters, another is on a second floor mesh platform, a fourth is outside, a
fifth is in the third floor boiler plant, and the final one is on the Tintop
patrolled room on the fifth floor. When you wash all six's coveralls, they'll
give you a Jiggy.

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|                                  Biggafoot                                   |
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Biggafoot is found guarding a pair of Claw Clamber Boots on the icy side of
Hailfire Peaks. Go near and he'll kick you with his giant foot. Once Chilly
Willy is angered, he'll toss an iceball, which hits Biggafoot's giant foot. This
makes him go away, allowing you to use the Claw Clamber Boots to reach the ice
crater, where you can battle Chilly Willy.

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|                                   Sabreman                                   |
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Sabreman, who was frozen by the icedragon, is dead. You have to revive him using
Mumbo's healing spell, then hit him with a few Fire Eggs to warm him up. The
last task is to Taxi Pack him back to the tent on the lava side of Hailfire
Peaks. He'll give you a Jiggy in turn.

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|                                Mildred Ice Cube                              |
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Mildred Ice Cube, who you'll meet outside Boggy's igloo, rather rudely demands
you to go looking for her husband, who was blown into the sky by a blizzard.
Bill Drill Mildred to get the Jinjo inside of her.

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|                                George Ice Cube                               |
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George Ice Cube, who you'll meet on a ledge in Cloud Cuckooland, wants you to
give him a push as he reckons he's above the icy side. Unfortunately for him,
pushing him in makes him land in a boiling lake on the lava side. Fortunately
for you, this cools the water, allowing you to Shack Pack into the lake and hit
the Banjo Switch, which dumps the water into Trotty and Piggles' pool. This
warms it up, and as long as you solved their toxic sludge problem, they'll give
you a Jiggy. Once George is gone, you'll also be able to use the Flying Pad that
was trapped underneath him.

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|                                    Guffo                                     |
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Guffo the can of beans, who lives inside the trash can in Cloud Cuckooland, is
going to be evicted unless you score 50 points worth of germs in 60 seconds. You
need to be Kazooie alone so you can hit the Kazooie Switch, allowing you to go
in. If you score 50 points, he'll give you a Jiggy.

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|                                  Superstash                                  |
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Superstash is a safe inside Central Cavern, who only has 4 digits, which means
he only has 10,000 combinations. That means he's not really a Superstash. Ah
well, you need to shoot Clockwork Kazooie bombs into four tiny holes around the
world. This allows you to get into small areas where you'll be able to shoot the
numbers that will fill in Superstash's combination. Once all four switches are
hit, he'll open up to reveal a Jiggy.

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|                                   Mr. Fit                                    |
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Mr. Fit is a rat gynmist who challenges you to three events for the gold medal.
The first is the high jump. Use the Blastaplant and get the Springy Step Shoes
trapped under one of the Bill Drillable patches, then head back and jump over
Mr. Fit's best high jump height. The second event is the sack race. Plant a bean
below the sack race and use the Rain Dance spell to grow the bean stalk, then
have Banjo use his Sack Pack move to compete. Use the shortcut to win. Now head
to where Mumbo left Central Cavern to reach his pad. Go past the exit and put on
the Turbo Trainers as Kazooie alone, then head into the cavern. Beat Mr. Fit at
the footrace and he'll give you a Jiggy.

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|                                   Dingpot                                    |
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Dingpot, Grunty's cauldron who helped you in the last game, can be found in the
Gun Chamber. Jump in him and he'll restock your egg supply to the full maximum,
as well as your feathers.

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|           (03)        | %%%%%%%%  Walkthrough  %%%%%%%% |       WALKTH       |
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This will take you step-by-step to get all 90 Jiggies, 900 Musical Notes, and 24
Hollow Honeycombs. Note that I assume you will use this start-to-finish. I give
out totals for the aformentioned items as well as others, and these will not
make sense if you just skip to any old part.

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|           3a             |    Spiral Mountain     |          SPIRAL1         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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On a rainy, stormy night, Banjo, Kazooie, Mumbo, and Bottles are playing cards.
Meanwhile, Grunty's sisters crash through the rock in the area with a giant
digger machine, known as the Hag 1. They go to the rock where Grunty was buried
in Banjo-Kazooie and raise it with their magical powers, then destroy it.
Gruntilda, who is now reduced to a skeleton with clothes, comes out of the hole
and immediately wants a way to get her body back. The sisters tell her they have
a plan. Meanwhile, Mumbo heads outside to see what the shaking when the digger
was drilling was about. He sees Grunty and her sisters. Gruntilda spots him and
tries to blast him with spells as he desperately runs back. Since Kazooie pulled
a trick about Grunty being outside to cheat in the card game, Bottles doesn't
take Mumbo's warning seriously. Grunty blasts the house with one powerful spell
and the sisters leave. In the morning, after the storm is over, Banjo, Kazooie,
and Mumbo collect outside. Bottles comes out, falls to the ground, burnt, and
dies. Banjo and Kazooie go off to seek vengeance against Grunty, while Mumbo
goes to wait in his skull.

Spiral Mountain isn't the cheery, happy old place anymore. Banjo's house is
desecrated, there are craters in the ground, crevices in the sides of the
mountain. The whole area has been destroyed, and the music has been replaced by
a sad tune with the same melody. There's a Cheato Page here, and that's it for
now. From Banjo's house, head forward to the boulder. Roysten, Banjo's pet
goldfish, will ask for help. We can't do anything right now, so go forward. A
cutscene of Klungo waiting for you at the digger tunnel will play. Go right
instead of left. Get the eggs in the crater, then head past Grunty's lair. Get
the red feathers. On the right are some boulders. Jump up them and use the shock
jump pad into the alcove. Get the Cheato Page (1).

Cheato, who is in Grunty's Lair and has lost his pages (as punishment for
helping you in BK, tells you to collect five and bring them to him. Everytime
you collect five you get a cheat. We're not going in the lair yet, so head into
the digger tunnel.

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|           3b            | Inside the Digger Tunnel |          DIGGER1        |
|                        -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                        |
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Head forward to engage your first boss battle.

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                     Boss 1 - Klungo (Minion with a Mission)
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                              Difficulty : 1/10

This is your first battle, which is extremely easy. Klungo will select one of
three potions - green, red, or blue. The green potion will make him invisible,
the red will make him huge, and the blue will make clones of him. It takes three
hits to beat him no matter what. In between hits he forms a forcefield and
throws potions at you. If he uses the green potion, hit him right away each time
before he moves, and stay close. If he uses the blue potion, attack the one that
moves last, as that is the real Klungo. If he uses the red potion, just attack
him before he stomps you.

When he throws potions at you, just circle him, since he doesn't know how to
lead you. After you've hit him three times, both of the gates open and he drops
three honeycombs (all bosses do this), then leaves.

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Head through the green tunnel to Jinjo Village.

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|           3c          | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) |         JINJO1        |
|                      -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                      |
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Go to the middle of the houses and activate the silo. Once you activate at least
two, you can jump in them and warp around the Isle o' Hags, like the cauldrons
in BK. Get some supplies, then head over to the big yellow castle up the hill.
Go into the throne room.

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|           3d          | King Jingaling's Throne Room |          THRONE       |
|                      -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                      |
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You'll automatically go forward to meet King Jingaling, ruler of all things
Jinjo. He'll ask you to save his people, who have been scared off by Grunty's
Digger. There are five Jinjos per world, and everytime you rescue all the Jinjos
of a certain color, they give you a Jiggy. As an incentive for you to rescue his
people, Jingaling gives you a Jiggy (1).

Jingaling also opens a secret door to Wooded Hollow. He explains that you need
to see Jiggywiggy, master of the crystal Jiggy. He will open the various wolrds
in your quest. You'll leave the castle.

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|                      =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                      |
|           3e          | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) |         JINJO2        |
|                      -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                      |
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Meanwhile...

Grunty's sisters introduce her to the plan to get her body back. They're going
to suck up life force from the Isle o' Hags using the Big o' Blaster. Since
Jingaling gave you a Jiggy, Grunty blasts the poor fellow and turns him into a
zombie, which somehow blackens the castle.

Head directly forward into Bottle's house.

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|           3f             |     Bottles' House     |          BOTTLES         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Talk to Mrs. Bottles. Banjo doesn't want to spill the beans to the Bottles
family about what happened to the mole, and Mrs. B. is worrying about Bottles
missing dinner... Look on the left and head down the hallway. Go left at the
split to find Goggles, one of Bottles' son. Talk to him to get the Amaze-o-Gaze
goggles. These basically work like a sniper in Banjo's eye view. You can press
right C to zoom in and left C to zoom out. Go back to the intersection and take
the right path. You can talk to Speccy, although it's not necessary. Head
through the secret entrance to Wooded Hollow.

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|           3g          | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW1       |
|                      -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                      |
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Go forward to the main path with the digger tracks. Jiggywiggy will talk to you
and show you his temple. Before you go, activate the silo and continue forward.
Head through the green tunnel. Kill the Ugger and in the back, get the Jinjo
(1).

A cut-scene will explain the Jinjo system as the Jinjo heads back to it's house.
Now head into Jiggywiggy's Temple. You have 1 Jiggy, the requirement, so the
doorman will let you go in.

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|           3h             |   Jiggywiggy's Temple  |          JIGGY1          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Jiggywiggy will explain that you must approach the golden monolith (the jigsaw
puzzle). Head to it and press B to take the challenge.

You only need to complete a jigsaw puzzle. The picture moves, making it a little
harder. Press A to pick up a piece, the control stick to move Banjo's hand, B
to put a piece down, and A to put a piece in the puzzle. Unlike in the first
game, you don't have to use your actual Jiggies, so you get to keep them. The
first puzzle only has a few missing pieces, so it's easy to complete in 100
seconds. Just do edge pieces before inner pieces and you will be fine. The
picture is of the treasure chamber.

After you complete the puzzle, Jiggywiggy will summon the awesome power of the
crystal Jiggy and a giant ray will beam out of it. The beam will be directed
toward the wall on the other buildling in Wooded Hollow and instead of blowing
up the door (wtf), it merely opens. Leave the temple.

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|           3i          | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW2       |
|                      -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                      |
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Go to the other buildling in this area and head through the door Jiggywiggy
opened.

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|           3j             |     Mayahem Temple     |          MAYAHEM1        |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Set in a beautiful ancient stone city, this level contains stone temples, hidden
groves and compounds, and a moat surrounding Targitzan's temple, the Mayan god
of dart shooting. You'll find this to be a HELL of a lot harder than Mumbo's
Mountain from BK.

Moves      - Egg Aim, Breegull Blaster, Grip Grab
Difficulty - 1.5/10
Enemies    - Sput-Sput, Moggie, Snapdragon, Dragunda

You might notice that the words MAYAHEM TEMPLE appear on the screen. In this
game, all the areas of the worlds are named, making it easier on us FAQers =p.
Activate the warp pad at the start. Since the worlds are so much larger this
time around, you can warp around them by pressing B while on the pad and
choosing a destination, once you've activated two or more. Head forward and
avoid the dart-shooting statue. Go to the right and dive in the water. Turn
around and get the underwater Jinjo (1).

Go back on land and head up the ramp past the dart statue, getting the notes
(20). Notes come in nests of 5, which makes it incredibly easy to find the
notes. Head past the Mumbo Pad and get some more notes on the ramp (40). Head
over to the hatch thing (Jamjars will show you where it is.. rather rudely) and
stand on it. Press B to learn the egg aim, which lets you use a crosshair in
first-person to fire eggs, giving you better accuracy. Jamjars requires notes
for his advanced moves, but since the notes are so easy to find, you should have
no problem. The red light turns green (red light green light 1, 2, 3), so
continue up another ramp, getting the notes (60). Continue and make a right,
which leads to Targitzan's temple. Get the notes on the ramp (75), then get the
note on the ramp near Mumbo's skull (80). Activate the warp pad and head inside
the skull.

Get the Glowbo (1) and head up to the second floor. Give the Glowbo to Mumbo to
get his help (0). You can control him. Leave the skull.

Warp to the start of the world.

Head forward to the Mumbo Pad near the golden statue head. Press B on the pad to
raise the statue. You have quite a few things to do with this guy, and you might
need to use him twice, since you only have 75 seconds. Head up the ramp past the
statue and you'll see a huge wall with a skull. Use the B button kick attack to
smash open a small hole. Go back to the start of the level and destroy the
boulder to uncover a flying pad. Smash another wall with a skull and enter,
since the doors open.

Make a left and head across the quicksand marsh. On the island, get the Jiggy
(1).

Go back across the quicksand and make a right this time. Go down the stairs and
activate the warp pad, then go up the other set of stairs on the LEFT to a
temple area. Smash open the door at the bottom. If you manage to do it all in
one trip, you will have NO time left, so you might need to resummon the statue.

Once all the work is done, warp back to Mumbo's skull and enter.

Regain control of Banjo and Kazooie by jumping into the chair.

Leave the skull.

Warp to the start.

We had to do some backtracking, but since everything is open, we'll be able to
work our way to the end of the world now. Enter the chamber with the open doors.

Go forward and talk to Jamjars to use the Grib Grab, a life-saving move. It lets
you hold onto ledges, which is EXTREMELY useful if you happen to fall off a
ledge. Immediately use it to backflip to the ledge. You can drop down by
pressing Z and bring yourself up by pressing A. Press A and get the Jinjo (2).

Head down the stairs to the warp pad. Take a left and go up the stairs to the
temple area. Talon trot to the first level and head around the right side to a
ledge. Highjump and grib grab your way to the right. If you see those yellow
dots on the wall, snapdragons will come out and try to eat you when you go near.
Press B to have Kazooie peck them. Drop down at the end of the ledge and get the
Cheato Page (1).

Go back across and highjump to the second level. The top has a snake called
Ssslumber (it ain't called the Jade Snake Grove for nothing). You should notice
that only the lower-right corner isn't covered in the cloth material. Highjump
to it and very carefully tip-toe. If you walk too fast, Ssslumber wakes up and
eats the Jiggy (you can restart by dropping off the ledge). Get the Jiggy (2).

Ssslumber is asleep permanently now. Head back to the warp pad and go up the
stairs on the left. This is Humba Wumba's tent, who now transforms you. Get the
Glowbo (1) behind the tent, then go in.

You'll meet the Indian Humba Wumba, who will explain that Mumbo is an amateur
and she is the best magic person on the island. Anyways, give her the Glowbo
when she asks if you want to and Banjo will throw it in the pool (0). This
gives it its magical properties. Jump into the pool to transform into the
stony. The stony is short, letting it fit in small holes, among other uses. It
can talk to other stonies, as well as press B for a barge attack. Leave the
tent.

Warp to the start of the level.

Behind the entrance of the level is a small alcove. Get the Hollow Honeycomb
(1).

Go to the golden goliath and make a left. Talk to the chief guarding the
entrance. The kickball league is in need of a player, so the chief will let you
in despite seeing through your obvious disguise.

Activate the warp pad and head forward to talk to the Stony. He will open the
quarter finals for you.

In this mini-game, you need only score more than the other three stonies. To do
this, get yellow balls by touching them. They appear in random locations. Press
Z to kick them into your goal to score 2 points. As long as you constantly move
around and kick balls into your goal, you should easily out-score the other
players with your superior speed.

Head into the now opened semifinals.

Here the rules are the same, but you also get red balls which you can throw into
your opponent's goals to reduce their score by 1. Keep an eye on the scores and
shoot the red balls into the goal of the player with the highest points.
Remember, if you have a choice between scoring and reducing their score, choose
to score, assuming your in the lead.

Finally, play the last round in the finals.

The rules are the same once again, but you have gold balls, which you can kick
into the other players to stun them for a while. I recommend using these when
the opponents are clumped up. Follow the tips from the semifinals and you should
win relatively easily.

The stony gives you a Jiggy (3).

Warp back to Wumba's area and head into the tent.

Jump back into the pool to become Banjo and Kazooie again, then leave.

Warp to the start of the world.

Use the flying pad to fly to the top of the kickball stadium. Get the Jinjo (3).

Drop down and head up the ramp on the left. Enter the small hole in the wall.

This is the prison compound, where Dilberta the rat is trapped. You have to hit
the buttons in a specific sequence to free her (which the stony tells you, but
you can't understand him unless you're a stony). We're not going to do it yet
since we can't get the Jiggy anyways. Activate the warp pad and jump into the
lake on the right. Jump up the ledges on the left. From the top of the building,
grib grab onto the ledge on the right and go right. Kill the snapdragon and pull
yourself up at the end. Head along to an entrance in the wall. Follow through it
and get the Cheato Page (2).

Head back across the ledge to the buildling. Grib grab across the left ledge
this time to a pair of wading boots. Put on the boots and drop into the
quicksand below. At the end, jump to get the Jiggy (4).

Grab the boots in the above alcove and head across the quicksand. Use the warp
pad to warp to Mumbo's skull. Walk back so that you would be going towards the
entrance of the level. On the right is a ramp leading to a building. Go into
first person and shoot the dragon head things on the wall. When you've shot all
six heads on the sides, the door will open.

You'll meet Chief Bloatazin, who is Targitzan's servant guy. He guards
Targtizan's priceless relic thingy. Unlike BK, the characters in this game
apparently come right out and tell you they'll give you a Jiggy. He'll open a
door for you near the top of the temple. Talon trot up the coin stack on the
left. Get the Hollow Honeycomb (2).

Highjump to the ledge above and head right. Kill the snapdragon and climb up at
the end. Use the shock jump pad to reach another ledge. Go right and kill the
two snapdragons. Climb up at the end and head forward. Hug the left wall so you
will go into the secret passage. It's between the second and third torches. Use
the shock jump pad to leap outside the temple.

Can someone explain to me how this works? You leap up vertically and come out
the wall horizontally? Wtf? Get the Cheato Page (3) and go back in.

Head past the secret passage and hit the cage switch. Continue forward.

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|           3k             |     Terrydactyland     |           TERRY1         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Well, technically speaking, you are in Terrydactyland, but of course, since this
is the fifth world, you can't access any other useful parts of the world. You
should see a sleeping caveman guarding his priceless relic thingy above in the
alcove. You have to very quietly tip-toe across the grassy "carpet" so you don't
wake him up, like with the snake. You have to start over if you mess up.
Highjump to the top and grab the relic (1). Follow the passage and you'll drop
down. Go back to the chief. The path is marked by a yellowish cloth hanging
above it with red dots. You have to turn around when you drop off to find it.
Head back to Mayahem Temple.

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|           3l             |     Mayahem Temple     |          MAYAHEM2        |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Drop down to the chief and give him the relic (0). He'll give you the Jiggy (5)
on top of a small coin stack.

Unga Bunga wakes up and realizes his relic is gone after the Jiggy appears. He
is scared of being in trouble, so he leaves. Exit the treasure chamber.

Go over to the stairs leading up to the top of Targitzan's temple. Go behind the
temple and get the treble clef (100). Now cross the bridge on the side. Get the
Jinjo (4).

At the end of the bridge you'll meet Bovina the cow. She is upset because her
field is infested with flies. Go into egg aim and shoot all the flies down with
eggs. Lead your shots, since they move. The amaze-o-gaze goggles might help a
bit. When you're done, Bovina gives you a Jiggy (6).

Highjump on top of her "shed" thing and the highjump to the alcove above with a
Hollow Honeycomb (3).

Go back across the bridge and head up the stairs to the temple. Don't go in yet.
First, head around to the back. Talon trot up the slopes to the top, where you
will find a Jiggy (7).

Now go in the temple.

Since you've mastered the art of "bird-handling", Targitzan will let you in.

You have to find 20 statues in the shape of Targitzan to gain access to
Targitzan's chambers. At the start, turn left or right and you'll find two sets
of stairs on either side leading to statues (2). Go down the stairs on the left
side of the room. Kill the two moggies in this large room and head to the back
where you will find two ramps on either side. Take the left one to find a room
with a dart statue. Shoot it by holding R (which lets you use the egg aim) and
lobbing an egg between its eyes. This deactivates it for a bit. Grab the five
statues in front of it (7). Drop down on the right and turn around. Look for a
green hallway and go through it. You'll be facing a snapdragon. Lure it out at
the end of the hall, then get the rapid fire eggs. These things give you
unlimited fire power for 60 seconds. Open the door on the right by pressing A in
front of it. Collect the statues (10). This opens Targitzan's slightly sacred
chamber. Go down the stairs and grab the statue (11). Get the statue in front of
the other stairs (12). We need 8 more statues to open the really sacred chamber.
Go up the stairs on the left side of the room in the back and you'll find a
bunch of pillars. Fully explore the room through the pillars to get some statues
(17). On the right side of the room it starts going more of a turquoise color.
Look for a door near the start of the color change. Open it and go through the
passage to find a Jinjo (5).

Head back and go forward. On the right is where you got the rapid fire eggs. Go
forward into the blue room. Take out the moggie and get the statues (20). This
opens the really sacred chamber. Head back into the four-way intersection and go
back to the rapid fire eggs. Go through the door on the right and take a left
into the slightly sacred chamber.

Get the Jiggy (8) in plain sight.

Head out of the room.

Head to the other side and enter the really sacred chamber.

Kazooie notices there's another Jiggy in plain sight to take. Banjo remarks that
the game will be over in no time. However, as you approach, Targitzan pops out
of nowhere with the Jiggy now on his head, calling you foolish

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                 Boss 2 - Targitzan (Despotic Dizzy Totem God)
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                             Difficulty : 2.5/10

This boss battle is actually a bit tougher than you might expect it to be.
Targitzan spins around the room. Shoot targets on his lower segment as they spin
around. Targitzan has 16 HP, and each target hit costs him 1 point. Hit four
targets and he will send a moggie to attack you. His lower segment blows up.
Retreat to the inner corner and shoot the moggie down.

Now you have to hit four targets again, but some sides have faces and shoot
darts at you. Hold the right or left C button to move left and shoot targets as
they come. You'll need to use the control stick to aim at them. If you keep
moving, you shouldn't get hit. The targets recolor after fading, you just need
to hit four. At 8 HP, the god will send two moggies, so retreat backwards so you
can get the full scope.

After the moggies are dead, you need to lower him to 4 HP. There are only two
targets and more darts, so don't stop moving baby, dont stop moving.. wiggle,
wiggle! Only kidding. Three moggies come out. Kill them and Targitzan will have
a segment with tons of darts.

Keep moving and stay away. Use the strafting technique while aiming with the
control stick to shoot four darts, then get him down to 0 HP. He sends four
moggies. Kill them all and Targitzan will announce his sacred self-destruct.
Hide behind one of the stone slabs in the room so you don't take damage while he
blows up.

Get any honeycombs you need, then grab the Jiggy (9).

You can laugh at the room now, which should have like 50 honeycombs ^_^. We
can't get the final Jiggy until we have a move from the next level, so leave the
the really sacred chamber.

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Head down the stairs and take out the moggie. Go up the stairs and open the door
straight ahead. Turn right right away and open another door. Go forward and turn
left to open another door. Kill the moggies and go right, then go through the
nearby opening ahead. Take the middle stairs to leave the temple.

Exit the room.

Go down the stairs and use the warp pad by Mumbo's skull to warp to the start.

Leave Mayahem Temple.

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That should have given you some idea of how much harder and longer this game is
than Banjo-Kazooie. The difficulty and length of Mumbo's Mountain does not even
compare to that of Mayahem Temple. Go back into Jiggywiggy's Temple.

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|           3n             |   Jiggywiggy's Temple  |          JIGGY1          |
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Press B by the puzzle.

Here you have to put in more pieces, but it's still not hard. Put in sides
pieces followed by inner pieces and you should have no problem with 100 seconds.
The picture is one of the prospector's hut.

Jiggywiggy will use the laser beam to destroy a grate blocking the way to
Glitter Gulch Mine.

Press B to take the third challenge.

Again, put in side pieces before you put in inner pieces. That should let you
breeze through the puzzle. The picture is of the crazy castle stockade.

Jiggywiggy summons the laser to open Witchyworld's gate in the pine grove.

You don't have enough Jiggies to solve the fourth puzzle, so leave the temple.

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Go left and look on the lefthand side. Jump up some rocks you should see and
jump to the ledge. Grib grap right and kill the snapdragon. Pull up at the end
and go through the door.

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|           3p          |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |         PLEATU1       |
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Carefully talon trot up the narrow planks. Highjump to the Glitter Gulch Mine
sign and get the notes (10). Since there are only 8 worlds, there are notes in
the Isle o' Hags to keep the total 100. There's a Jinjo crying for help, but you
can't save it. Go left and activate the silo on the cole pile. Head northeast to
the giant pile of cole. Near the bottom, talk to Jamjars to learn the fire eggs.
This is your first type of special egg. The egg nests cycle through the
available types, and you can use the R button to select the egg you want to use.
Talon trot up the cole hill to a giant beehive. Get the notes by the front legs
(20), then go to behind the back right leg. Snag the Hollow Honeycomb (1), then
enter the beehive.

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You'll walk up and meet Honey B, mistress of honey. She will give you extra
energy units if you give her your Hollow Honeycombs. The price for one energy
unit starts at one and goes up by two every time. Since you have four, trade
them in to increase your bar to 7. Leave the hive.

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Go to the grate and make sure to jump onto the rope. Climb down, don't jump off.

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An old mine where you'll find hillbillies popping up to greet you. The miners
have left several TNT barrels blocking entrances which can be destroyed with the
detonator. The miners have clearly done a fairly good job, as there are huge
stacks of gems all around the mine. A train lays in the station with a train
track plus a river going around the mine. This level will show you that unlike
in Banjo-Kazooie, Banjo-Tooie's worlds require quite a pit of prep-work before
you can actually start collecting Jiggies.

Moves      - Bill Drill, Beak Bayonet
Difficulty - 2.5/10
Enemies    - Billy Bob, TNT Crate, Klang

From the rope, jump to the top of the Glitter Gulch Mine sign and get the Cheato
Page (1).

You're supposed to wait until you have the spring step shoes, but Rare screwed
up. Activate the warp pad in front of the sign. Head forward and go right. Talon
trot up the nearest purple jewel hill. Get the Glowbo (1). The wigwam is right
across from us, but we're not giving it to her yet. Follow the river northward
and jump on the right land. Climb the log pillar things to find a hatch. Talk to
Jamjars to learn the Bill Drill. This handy move will desecrate boulders. They
stand out from other boulders than cannot be destroyed. Head to the ledges on
the other side. Get the notes (25) and bill drill the boulder in the middle for
a Hollow Honeycomb (1).

Talon trot up the purple gems and get on the train track. Go up the hill on the
tracks to the tunnel. Get the Jinjo (1).

Head back and you should see Mumbo's skull atop some ledges. Head over it, avoid
the TNT box, then go left of the ledges. Get the Glowbo and billdrill the
boulder. Head down.

Go past the jail cell and billdrill the boulder. Head into the cavern. Drop down
and avoid the TNT box, then bill drill the boulder on the left and go through.
Take a right at the intersection to head through the red entrance.

In this place, you have to activate a bunch of generators by shooting their
green lights with fire eggs. This will turn on the crappy lighting system. Shoot
the first one and head to the next. Hurry, because the generators wear out after
a while. Shoot another one and head along the path, more carefully since this
one is windier. The next one makes you jump across gaps. You have enoguh time to
get onto the hanging walkway. Use the egg aim to shoot the one on the island and
head along the walkway. Jump across the gap with the caution stripes and use the
egg aim to shoot one last generator. Continue along the walkway, jumping several
gaps marked by caution stripes, then ignore the last generator. Kill the hill
billy and high jump for the Jiggy (1).

Climb down the ladder to the start. Of course you can't climb UP the damn
ladder. Leave.

Head up the ledges to the place with the jail cell. Exit the cave.

Head over to the log pillars where Mumbo's hut is. Jump on the pillars and grab
the notes (40), then activate the warp pad. Enter the skull.

Give Mumbo your Glowbo (1), then leave the skull.

Go near the river and follow the river to the right. When you cross under the
train tracks, jump onto the land on the right. Follow the train tracks to the
end, activate the warp pad, then enter the train station.

Use the Mumbo Pad in front of the train to raise the engine car. Before you go,
look for a rareware crate left of the exit. Bust it open with the zap stick
(press B) to get a Hollow Honeycomb (2).

Leave the station.

Warp to the start of the level.

Jump in the river but take the left path this time, against the current. When
you swim under the train tracks, jump to the land on the right. Head over to a
shed that you should see. Activate the warp pad in front of the boulder, then
use the Mumbo Pad to levitate the boulder into the crushing shed, which, of
course, isn't turned on yet. Warp back to the skull.

Enter the skull and regain control of Banjo and Kazooie, then leave the skull.

Warp to the crushing shed and go inside.

Go up the large stairs and jump to the boulder on the right. Wait for the
smashers to lift, then go past them. Stay in talon trot for the speed you need.
The smashers have shadows, so you'll know where the safe area is. When you reach
the back, go to the left and beak barge the red button to deactivate the
smashers and turn on the conveyer belt and crushers. The boulder will get
crushed as well as the Jiggy inside it, splitting it into three pieces outside
the mine. We could go out and get the pieces right now, but we have to come here
as the transformation, so we'll transform first. Leave the crushing shed. Talon
trot up the green gems near the shed to get four note nests (60). Now head
across the end of the river where the waterfall is. Hunt around for a passge you

should go through up a slope.

You're in the toxic gas cave, which makes you lose oxygen. Bill drill the rock
northwest for the Hollow Honeycomb (3) and get the Jinjo next to the non-
destroyable boulder northeast (3).

Leave the gas chamber and go over to the shed, then warp to the start.

Head over to the purple gem stack on the right. Climb the one across the river
to find Wumba's Wigam, which you should enter.

Activate the warp pad which is actually inside the wigwam, then give Wumba the
Glowbo (0). Jump in the pool to become a detonator. The detonator hops around
and has an exploding attack. Press B. This actually uses up a honeycomb, but we
ain't gonna use it kill enemies. Leave the wigwam.

Head down the gem pile (lined up with the wigwam's entrance) and you should see
a TNT barrel plus some rocks on the wall. Stand on the end of the fuse rope to
detonate the barrel, opening up the passage. Go back in the wigwam and warp to
the crushing shed.

Go near the river and avoid the hillbilly. Pick up the first Jiggy piece (1).
Since that was only a part of the Jiggy, you hear only a part of the Jiggy
music. Grab the Jiggy piece left of the crushing shed (2), then head to the
other side. Look for a passage very close to the train tracks. Grab the final
Jiggy piece (3), which gives you the actual Jiggy (2).

Head down the path now. At the end you'll find a hillbilly. Kill it, then stand
on the end of the fuse stick to destroy the door. Head back to the crushing shed
and warp to the start.

Head past the sign and follow the train tracks into the fuel storage.

Avoid the TNT box. On the right, left and front of the room are barrels. Get the
notes on all of them (80). Jump from the barrels to the front of the room where
the Saucer of Peril box is. Go to the right and destroy the TNT barrel. This
will give the box a path to Witchyworld. Leave the fuel depot.

We have one last task to accomplish as the detonator. Warp to Mumbo's skull from
the warp pad inside the wigwam and go down the pit that had the boulder (it lead
to our first Jiggy).

Blow up the jail cell, then avoid the hillbilly and get the Jinjo (3).

Leave the area and warp back to Wumba's wigwam, then jump in the pool. Leave the
wigwam.

Go behind the wigwam to where the TNT barrels were. Enter the cave.

This is canary cave. Rat-a-tat-rap the cage open to free Mary Canary, who will
then fly to near the train station. Exit canary cave and go ALL THE WAY back to
the start. Bust open the rareware crate closest to the sign and put on the Turbo
Trainers. Head over to the gate switch by the river. For a limited amount of
time, a gate at the end of the river will open. Quickly rush to the right on the
river (you can walk on water with the trainers) and at the end, go through the
path.

This is waterfall cavern. Jump off the waterfall and land in the water. On the
ledge surrounding the water, get the Jiggy (3).

Dead ahead is a doorway on a ledge. Jump to it and go through.

We're back in gloomy caverns. Jump in the dirty water past the TNT box and get
the treble clef (100). Go to the land across the water and highjump to the tank
right in front of you. Climb the ladder to the top and get the Cheato Page (2)
at the bottom of the water.

Climb down the tank and head through the passage past the second TNT box. You're
back by the crushing shed, so take the warp pad to the train station. Talon trot
up the blue gem stack left of the train station. At the top, bill drill the
boulder for a Jinjo (4).

Go down and enter the train station.

Jump to the ladder on the engine car to get in.

Jump into the boiler via the small window thing.

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                Boss 3 - Old King Coal (Grubby Boiler Monarch)
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                             Difficulty - 1.5/10

Banjo will wonder what is under the pile of coal, and Kazooie suggests it might
be a Jiggy. When they get near it, the coal lump stands up and yells to reveal
itself to be Old King Coal, the boss of the mine. The boss is gonna fight you
for control of the train.

Immediately stand on one of the taller platforms, not the little one. For some
reason, this boss is easier than the last. Go into egg aim and use your blue
eggs. Pelt him with a few eggs and he'll raise the temperature, making you lose
oxygen as the place boils. Lob non-stop eggs at him and he'll lose an arm. The
boiler cools down a bit.

This is how you defeat Old King Coal. As gruesome as it is, you have to take
apart his body. Each body part has 15 HP, for 60 total. After a few eggs each
time, he'll raise the boiler temperature. You can't hurt him while he's going
AHHHH to raise the temp. After he's done with that, just pelt him non-stop. He
will never hurt you as long as you stay on the platform. He loses his another
arm now and claims he doesn't need arms =p. How do you operate a train without
those? They're important.

He'll be down to 30 HP now, so lob him with more eggs to destroy his upper body
and head. As Old King Coal says himself, negotiating would be a better idea.

It'd be pretty sad if you lose to a pair of legs. Shoot him down to 0 HP and he
will agree to let you use his train, then explode and drop three honeycombs. Get
the Jiggy (4).

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Leave the boiler, the train, and the station all together.

Warp to the start and take a left. Head up the slope right of the fuel depot and
bill drill the boulder to enter another portion of the mine.

Go down the stairs and take an immediate left. Head past the crates and you'll
find a Jamjars hatch. Talk to him to learn the Beak Bayonet. This move is sort
of useful as it allows you to kill enemies while in breegull blaster mode
without wasting eggs. Press B to have Kazooie lunge her beak forward. We're
about to enter a breegull blasting area where this move is critical. Go over to
the back of the room and stand in front of the door. Prospector Bill will
explain that due to his idiocy and forgetfulness, his inproperly secured
dynamite sticks have escaped and threaten to blow up the whole mine. Enter the
door after he opens it for you.

This can be really confusing, but you shouldn't have too much trouble with the
guide.

There are 15 dynamite sticks. You have to use the beak bayonet to defuse them
because eggs will cause the whole mine to blow up. Once you hit the first one,
the 200 second timer starts. If you want, you can go around and explore before
you hit the first one to get used to the area. There are also hillbillies
scattered throughout the place.

In my opinion, the most logical way to do this is to do the top floor ones first
, then the second ones. In the first room, hit the first dynamite (14). Take the
right turquoise path and then on the walkway, take another right to enter a
green hall. Go up and hit another dynamite (13). Go back to the walkway and head
past the hall you came from. Head into the other passage. You're on a big
walkway now. Take a left and pass the first hall, then go into the second. Hit
the dynamite (12) and go back to the walkway. Continue around the walkway and
head into the first path. Take a right and drop down and take the dynamite (11).
Go to the back of the room (below the walkway) and you should see a greenish
hallway. Do the dynamite (10) and continue. Make a right and you'll be below
the big square walkway. Take out the dyamite (9) and go through the first path
on the left, closest to where you came from. Take out the dynamite here (8).
This room looks exactly like the one where you first dropped down, except it's
green. Take the path that isn't green on the left side and hit the two
dynamites here (6). Go down the path on the right to a room with 1 dyanmite (5).
Go back and take the left path this time. Continue and take the immediate right.
You're back in the place where you dropped down. Take the non-green path ahead,
which is the one you didn't take before. When you're in another green room, you
are in this place where you have to go around a square "pillar" in the middle.
Go around and hit the two dynamites (3). At the end, take the path that leads
up a couple ramp things. In here, hit the dyanmite (2) and go back. When you
get back in the square pillar room, IMMEDIATELY take a right and head through
the path. Take the dynamite (1). Alright, in the corner of the room with two
paths, take the path ahead of you (the other leads into the room with the big
square walkway). You'll end up in a room with a hillybilly. Kill the last
dynamite (0). Now that you've saved the mine, prospector Bill will give you a
"funny-shaped nugget", i.e., a Jiggy. Turn around and head back into the
previous room. Go through the right path to the room with the big walkway above.
Take the upper-right path and head up the walkway. Head to the otherside of the
walkway to get on top of the big square walkway. Take a left and head through
the first hall. Go up to the start and leave.

Take your Jiggy (5).

Leave the storage.

Take a right to find Mary Canary. She will challenge you to a race around the
whole mine. Jump on the mine cart to race her.

This can be a little tricky, although it's nothing too daunting. Tap A AS
FREAKIN FAST AS YOU CAN to pump the mine cart. This propels it around the mine.
The race ends at the fuel depot. If you don't hammer the A button enough, Mary
Canary will get ahead. If she gets too far ahead, she'll force you to restart
the whole damn race. After you beat her, she'll give you a Jiggy (6).

You have to race the damn canary AGAIN, so jump on the minecart. This is harder,
btu still not TOO harder. Hammer the A button and you should be fine. If you
have an autofire controller, this will be easy as pie. After you win, she gives
you a Cheato Page (3).

Mary Canary will go off to the clouds, where she'll get tons of wing exercise.
You'll be back at the fuel depot. Head to the start and warp to the crushing
shed.

Go down the path where you found the TNT barrel blocking the wall (the last
crushed Jiggy piece was in front of it). Head through the door.

This is the flooded caverns. It's made up of a series of underwater rooms with
pipes leading to other rooms. If you didn't have this guide, you could've been
in a fair amount of trouble, as there's no area to submerge save an extra piece
of land and the start. This is the order of pipes you must go through: north,
east, north. Jump onto the land and kill the hoard of ambushing hillbillies,
then grab the Jiggy (7).

Now follow the same exact directions to get back and leave.

Warp to the start.

Leave the mine. We need to go to Mayahem Temple to get the 8th Jiggy. The other
two require later moves, and we need to get to Jolly Roger's Lagoon to get the
last Jinjo.

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Bill Drill the boulder between Honey B's Hive and the Glitter Gulch Mine sign to
uncover a Jinjo (2).

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We could open the fourth world, but we're going to wait until we need to, that
way we can do more puzzles in one trip. Head to Mayahem Temple for now.

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Warp to the Prison Compound. We have two things to do here. First, drop into the
water and swim through the tunnel. Here is a new room. Bill drill the boulder
and head through the stairs.

In this room you'll find a bunch of pillars. You have to rat-a-tat-rap them all
to make the Jiggy outside drop to a lower pillar. However, once you hit them
all, a time limit starts. Now you have to keep hitting one pillar at a time to
make the Jiggy keep moving down to the lowest pillar. I recommend you keep
switching to talon trot after each hit. You'll see a cut-scene each time you tap
a pillar of the Jiggy moving down. After all the pillars are hit, hug the wall
in the middle until you find the way back up the stairs.

On the pillar, grab the Jiggy (10).

Head back through the underwater tunnel.

The stony tells you the combination of switches you must press in front of the
jail cell, but since you need to become a stony to understand him, I'll just
tell you the combination. Go up to the cell and press them in this order: star,
sun, star, moon, moon. This opens up the jail cell. Head in to meet Prospector
Bill's pardner, Dilberta the rat. Bill drill the rock in the back of the cell to
free her. Head through, because it's a secret entrance to the prospector's
shack.

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Talk to the prospector and Dilberta will come out. As a reward, the prospector
gives you a Jiggy (8).

Exit the prospector's hut and leave the mine.

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Head to the right side of the plateau. You should see a giant gate blocking your
path. Shoot the fire egg switch above it with a, whoa, fire egg. I don't believe
it. This opens the gate, allowing you head through to the fourth portion of the
Isle o' Hags.

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Activate the silo and go over to the sand, under the flume of doom sign. Get the
notes in the log (30), then go to the sandy area and talk to Jamjars to learn
the grenade eggs. These are powerful blasting eggs for blowing up barriers in
your way, though if you stand to close you'll get hurt as well. Jump into the
pond near the hatch and dive underwater. There is another log in here. Grab the
notes in it (40). On the other side of the pine grove is Humba Wumba's tent. You
need the Mega Glowbo to use the transformation, however, and it's a completely
optional transformation. Head through the gate and into Bitchyworld, I mean
Witchyworld.

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Grunty's old and horrifying carnival, where her sick sense of humor is evident.
Not surprisingly, her park was closed down due to violations of safety rules.
You'll find insane employees looking to smack you with mallets, an inflatable
boss, and five different main areas: Ticket Booth and Area 51, Western Area,
Space Zone, Horror Zone, and the Big Top area in the middle, which has some
concession stands. The attractions range from a hundred foot dive to a lava
world to a space attraction in which you must jump from stars that raise you
hundreds of feet in the air. If you look at a map of the place, it very roughly
resembles a plus shape.

Moves      - Split-Up, Pack Whack, Airborne Egg Aiming
Difficulty - 3/10
Enemies    - Jippo Jim, Fruity, Hothead

Activate the warp pad at the start. On your left is Mrs. Boggy, Boggy's wife.
Talk to her and she'll ask you to round up her three kids, Moggy (small boy),
Soggy (girl), and Groggy (fat boy). We can't complete the mission on our first
trip, but we can do most of it. The locations of the kids are random. Moggy can
be found in Area 51, the Dodgem Dome, or the Cave of Horrors. Soggy can be found
in the Crazy Castle Stockade, the Star Spinner, or the Inferno. Groggy can be
found next to the Dodgem Dome, in the train station, or the Inferno. Use the
shock jump pad to leap onto the ticket booth where you'll find a burger switch.
This opens Big Al's Burger stand. You'll need a burger for Groggy. Kill the
crazy employee on the right and break the gate with a grenade egg. Head into
Area 51. There are a couple of alien guys here, so avoid them. If you find Moggy
, he'll say he's not leaving. Whack him and he'll run to his mom. Use the shock
jump pad in the bottom right corner to leap onto one of the fence poles. There
are two note nests on the poles (10). Head out of here up to a cash register.
You'll find a few of them around the big top tent, which is up in front of you.
The cash registers have tickets to the tent, so head all the way around the big
top. Along the way, blast the registers with grenades and get their tickets (4).
Also get the notes (50). When you find the fry stand, go behind it and step on
the fry switch to open Salty Joe's Fry Stand. Get some fries, as you'll be
needing them for Soggy. Also get a burger when you pass the burger stand. Talon
trot up to the big top and slowly walk up one of the ropes. Talon trot on top of
the big top, where you'll find a Jinjo (1).

Go to the back of the tent and activate the warp pad, then talk to Jamjars to
learn the Split-Up, an extremely important move. It allows Banjo and Kazooie to
split up and perform their various solo tasks. Go right of the Head to the left
of the big top and go in the space zone. Activate the warp pad left of the Star
Spinner and go over to the Dodgem Dome. Get the notes in front of it (60), then
area. Talon trot up the small dome part and climb up the pole. Talon trot up the
bigger dome and get the Jinjo (2).

Head back down and go to the right of the Dodgem Dome. Look for Jamjars, then
talk to him to learn the Airborne Egg Aiming move. This allows you to fire eggs
while in the air. Go to the right of the back of the dome. If you find Groggy,
feed him a burger, which makes him unable to move. Leave the space zone and
head to the opposite side of the big top. Go to the western zone. Kill the
employee go over to the right, where you'll find the Cactus of Strength. You
have to hit the switch three times with three different attacks in a time limit.
Lob a grenade egg at it, then beak bust it, followed by a bill drill. This
destroys the bell to reveal a Jiggy. Climb up the pole and grab it (1).

Drop down and kill the bad guy again. Get the notes behind the wooden doors (70)
and highjump to the right door. Jump onto the ledge and go right. Get the Jinjo
(3).

Head through the door to the Crazy Castle Stockade.

You might find Soggy here. Feed her fries and she'll go home to her mommy =p.
Behind the deflated castle is the entrance to the pump room. Destroy the grate
with a grenade egg and head over to the right of the area. Use the Split-Up pads
by pressing A while standing on the Banjo pad. Go to the other side of the
castle and avoid the Minjo. From now on, you have to be careful when you see
"Jinjos". Minjos look exactly alike and even go "help", but they attack you.
Talk to Jamjars to learn the Pack Whack, Banjo's only method of defense while
alone. Press B to swing your backpack around. This also gives us a secret double
jump move. Jump and do a pack whack, then press A to jump again. Enter the pump
room, getting the Hollow Honeycomb (1).

Destroy the employee and stand on the Banjo switch on the left. Press A to swap
characters. This can be done on a Split-Up pad, but it can also be done in the
swirly mess of colors on the switch, called a swap cloud.

Enter the pump room as Kazooie.

Stand on the Kazooie switch on the right to activate the pump and inflate the
Crazy Castle. Leave the pump room and enter the castle.

Go into the door on the left.

This is the hoop hurry challenge, a really easy mini-game. You have 60 seconds
to score 30 points by jumping into the hoops that appear. They come in three
colors, red, green, and blue. The reds are worth 1, the greens are worth 2, and
the blues are worth 3. Go for greens and blues to score more points. The hoops
that are worth less points are bigger. Grab the Turbo Trainers in the middle of
the room and start jumping through the hoops. This mini-game is really easy, so
you should have no problem. After 60 seconds are up, a Jiggy will appear on top
of the castle.

Exit the castle and head back to the pump room. Join back with Banjo and leave
the pump room, then go back in the castle.

Go into the door on the right.

This is the balloon burst challenge, which is significantly harder. You have to
shoot balloons rising in the air. The same color system as in the other game
applies to this. The color system applies to all mini-games in BT. You get
unlimited rapid-fire eggs for this, so it's perfectly ok to hold Z. Stay near
the middle height-wise and shoot green and blue balloons when you have a choice.
If you aim well, you should be able to score 50 pts. Another Jiggy appears on
top of the castle, so leave.

Go around the castle to the shock jump pad, then leap to the top. Jump on the
tip-tops to get the two Jiggies (3).

Leave the stockade.

Highjump to the left door and grib grab along the ledge (watch out for the
snapdragon) to where you'll find a bunch of ledges. Jump up them to find Wumba's
Wigwam. Activate the warp pad and go in.

Get the Glowbo near the green pot (1) and give it to Wumba (0). Jump into the
pool to become the van. You can use the B button to beep the horn, which lets
you open special van doors. The van is invincible and can streamroll over
enemies. Leave the wigwam.

Warp to the start of the world.

Go to Area 51 and head to the end of the road. Beep the horn in front of the
door to find a Jinjo (4).

Warp to the space zone.

Head to the right side to find a van door. Beep it open and get the treble clef
(90). Warp to the big top.

Go to the horror zone (the red place with the big pool) and head to the middle.
You should see a box that says PAY HERE towards the left. Go near it to pay up,
opening the Inferno. Head inside the moving spiked door.

You might find Soggy and/or Groggy here (Groggy is on a branch on the right).
Take the left path and you should see a bad guy and a van door. Open the van
door for a Cheato Page (1), then leave the Inferno.

Head back to the bigtop and warp to the wigwam, then enter and detransform.

Leave the wigwam and warp to the bigtop.

Go back to the horror zone. Climb the ladder behind the dive of death to the
top. Purposely fall in a way so that you grab hold of the edge of the board.
Grip grab to the end, then high jump for the Jiggy (4).

Jump down into the pool and get the two notes in the water (100). Get out of the
water and head into the doorway right of the Inferno (it has green eyes).

This is the train station. You might find Groggy here, so give him a burger if
you do.

Go left and kill the bad guy, then highjump to the coffin on the way left side.
Backflip again to a ledge, then head left. Kill the snapdragons and at the end,
activate the train switch. Leave the station.

Go to the otherside of the Inferno entrance and go through the purple-eyed door.

Now you're in the Haunted Cavern. Ghosts fly above here to illuminate your path.
Don't touch the teeth on the sides of the winding bridge or you'll lose health.
Head to the doorway along the middle of the bridge (wait for the ghosts as you
go) and enter the Cave of Horrors.

This is another place you might find Moggy. If you do, give him a good smack.
You'll find three prisonors. Our good old friend Gobi the camel, a Jinjo, and a
dinosaur. Free all three prisonors by shooting grenade eggs at the locks. Get
the Jinjo (5).

The dino won't leave till you call the train (we won't get her until much later)
and Gobi continues his journey to the lava world. Leave the Cave of Horrors.

Go right and continue to the end of the bridge. Though it may not look like it,
the brown line on the left is a ledge. Grip grab and head left, then get the
Cheato Page (2) at the end.

Jump over to the start and leave the cavern.

Head into the Inferno.

Use the Split-Up pads to become Banjo, then head over to the right. You should
see a small island. Stand on the shock jump pad switch on it, which creates a
shock jump pad at the top of the tower. You can't leave the switch or the pad
explodes, so switch to Kazooie.

Head up the spiralling slide. Ignore the Turbo Trainers, they are unnecessary
and only make it harder. Whenever one of the hotheads comes down, stop and jump
over it. Once you reach the top of the slide, shock jump to the very top and get
the Jiggy (5).

Drop down and wingflap (Kazooie can flap her wings for an unlimited amount of
time when she's alone), then join back with Banjo. Head to the back of the
Inferno. Activate the warp pad and head left of the skull to antoher branch of
land. Kill the bad guy and get the Glowbo (1), then head across the toothy
bridge to Mumbo's skull.

Take out the employee and get the Hollow Honeycomb (2).

Give Mumbo the Glowbo (0) and take control of him. Go downstairs and leave.

Warp to the start.

Head into Area 51 and left of the road is a power generator (it has a red
light). Use the Mumbo Pad to turn it on. This activates the Saucer of Peril. Now
warp to the space zone.

Kill the bad guy and go to the left of the Dodgem Dome. Use the pad to power the
Dodgem Dome, then enter the Star Spinner.

Kill the bad guys and head over to the left. It's time to power one last
attraction, the Star Spinner. Once that's done, leave and warp back to Mumbo's
skull.

Enter the skull, kill the employee, then regain control of Banjo and Kazooie.
Exit the skull.

Warp to the big top.

Before we start tackling attractions, let's make a stop to enter the big top.

Since you have four tickets, Conga, the bastard who threw oranges at you in
Banjo-Kazooie will let you in.

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             Boss 4 : Mr. Patch (Strange Wobbly Inflatable Thing)
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                             Difficulty : 5.5/10

Banjo and Kazooie will head over to the dinosaur on the room, thinking it's
where they're supposed to sit. Unfortunately, it turns out to be the boss of
this world, Mr. Patch, who is a giant inflatable dinosaur. The big thing will
challenge you for no apparent reason other than the fact that Kazooie challenged
his size. He inflatates himself to an ENORMOUS size, and that's where things
start.

Mr. Patch has twelve hit points, each representing his twelve patches. Go into
first person and shoot one of his patches with a grenade egg. From the ground,
this is relatively simple. The patch will let out some air and the boss will
call on some boxing gloves to punch you on the ground, forcing you to fight him
in the air. Take flight via the flying pad that appears to start the main part
of the battle.

This is a hell of a lot harder than the previous battles, but you should be able
to handle it. You have to shoot all of his patches. The good thing is that his
only attack is shooting beach balls at you. You can beak bomb these or shoot
them down with grenade eggs. The bad news is that since he wobbles, it can be
difficult to shoot the patches, especially the smaller ones. You'll find them
all over his body, front and back. When you're low on eggs, land and restock.
At first it's easy because Mr. Patch is really huge, but he shrinks as you shoot
more and more patches.

When you need to restock on eggs/feathers, talon trot and jump away when one of
his beach balls nears you. The boxing gloves are easy to deal with if you keep
moving constantly. Sometimes you'll end up right in front of Mr. Patch's body.
Turn away and fly behind him. I find this battle is easier if you deal with the
front patches (which make you more vulnerable to beach balls) early on when you
have more honeycombs. Do the back ones once you have less honeycombs.

Mr. Patch will get smaller and smaller. This forces you to stay lower to the
ground. Don't press A unnecessarily or you'll end up above Mr. Patch. His
wobbling makes shooting patches harder, so you want to be relatively close when
you do so. The beak bomb is useful for getting further away. I also find it
helpful to use the Amaze-o-Gaze goggles so you can shoot patches from FAR away.

After you've shot all tweleve patches, Mr. Patch will deflate into nothingness
and give you a Jiggy (6).

Leave the tent.

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It's still not time to start tackling the attractions. First, warp to Wumba's
wigwam and become a van, then warp to the space zone.

Enter the Dodgem Dome (which is the last place you can find Moggy) and put in
coins (the coin box is left of the entrance) to open the the first dodgem. Leave
and warp back to the wigwam.

Transform back into Banjo and Kazooie and take note of the giant ladder in the
middle of this area. Climb up it, then high jump to the above ledge. Kill the
employee and grip grab across the cable to the red button. Stand on it to
activate the cable car ride. After it moves to the start of the western platform
, drop down to the car and press B to ride to the space zone. Backflip to the
platform above and get the Hollow Honeycomb (3).

On your left you should see a pipe going up the wall. Right of that is a thin
pipe going to a platform. Wingflap to the pipe goign right and grib grab across
it. You have to stop in front of the shockers (since Mumbo electrified
everything) and wait until it stops to cross safely. Drop down at the end and
press the shock jump pad switch to make a shock jump pad appear below. Beak
barge the red button on the wall to open the door leading to Glitter Gulch Mine.
The Saucer of Peril (you should have destroyed the TNT in the fuel depot) will
come out, allowing you to play its mini-game. Hop onto the thing to start.

This thing will take around the entire park. It goes around the space zone, into
the Star Spinner, through the horror and western zones, and ends at Area 51. You
get rapid-fire eggs, as targets will appear along the way. They come in groups
of five and form an arch shape. Therefore, you should move your control stick in
that arch shape to shoot as many as possible. The red, green, blue system is
used, and you have to score 500 points for first prize or 400 points for second
prize. If you use the arch motion, you should be able to do it. Sometimes the
saucer goes by too fast for you to hit all five. In that case, you should go for
the targets worth the most. It goes upside down really fast to reveal five blue
targets, but you can't shoot them all, so try to hit as many as you can. At the
end of the ride (assuming you scored 500 points), the saucer will give you a
Jiggy (7) and a Cheato Page (3).

Drop down to the space zone and enter the Star Spinner.

The Star Spinner is the last location that you might find Soggy, the girl, in.
This attraction pretty much defines danger. Kill the bad guys at the start and
high jump to the star. The star will spin and head upwards. You don't have much
time, so look for the the second star and jump to it. The next one is a bit on
the left. If you fall, you lose tons of honeycombs, but there's a beehive and
plenty of employees to refill. When the third star takes you up, you have to
jump to the ring of a planet. You can switch to talon trot, which may or may not
make it easier for you. Wait for the planet to away from you, then jump on and
and get the Jiggy on top (8).

Take the stars down to the bottom and leave the Star Spinner.

Enter the Dodgem Dome.

If Moggy is here, whack him, then enter Dodgem #1.

Bumper cars with a twist. Instead of trying to mash the other guy, you have to
collect twinklies (which look like Jinjos), which use the RGB color system. You
have 45 seconds to collect 60 points. It sounds hard, but twinklies appear in
large numbers, making it easier. Go for the greens and the blues and avoid
corners so you don't get squashed by the guy trying to ram you. You want to keep
your movement pretty crazy so you don't get hit. Once you're done, the second
dodgem opens for you to go in.

This time it's 2 v 1. Should've known Grunty would be an unfair cheat. 50 points
in 45 seconds. Let's see you do it, punk. You have to keep your movement even
more irregular to stay out of trouble this time. If you end up in corners, it
might be tough to get out. Go where there are lots of twinklies to get the most
points.

The final dodgem is 3 v 1, wtf? You have 45 seconds to get 40 points. If you get
trapped in corners, you'll be in a lot of trouble. Of course, if twinklies are
there, you'll have to take a quick pit stop to get them. You want to go into
areas where there are the most twinklies (meaning choose 2 red and 2 green over
1 blue). If you keep picking up twinklies at a constant rate and keep your
movement irregular to avoid getting hit, you should be able to win.

Grunty gives you a Jiggy (9).

We can't do anything else in the park, as the final kid can't move and we need a
later move, so leave the Dodgem Dome and warp to the start, then exit the park.
Grunty will rob you of your precious snacks as you go out, but it doesn't matter
right now.

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|           3aa         |  Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)   |         GROVE2        |
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Warp to Jinjo Village.

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|           3bb         | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) |         JINJO3        |
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First, jump to the arch doorway on the red Jinjo house. Now highjump to the
roof and pull yourself up. Get the treble clef (60). We have another task to
complete while we're here. Head behind the green Jinjo house to reach a sandy
area. Backflip to the ledge on the left, then backflip again to the ledge. Grib
grab right and kill the snapdragons, then head through into an icy area. You'll
find a Banjo-Kazooie Game-Pak. Break it open and get the Ice Key (1). Now head
out of here and return to Spiral Mountain.

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|           3cc            |    Spiral Mountain     |          SPIRAL2         |
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Go over near Banjo's house. Remember at the very start, you heard a fish cry for
help? Well, look for a boulder near the path out of Banjo's yard and bill drill
it to reveal Roysten the fish. Pick up the fish out of water by walking into him
, then jump into the water around the mountain. To Kazooie's annoyance, Roysten
is out of Jiggies. Instead, he'll teach you faster swimming. Hold A+B to combine
Banjo and Kazooie's strokes to swim faster. He also gives you four more bubbles,
increasing your total to ten. Now head up to the top of the mountain and take
flight. In the area with the tree stumps and the special shoes, you should see a
big gate thing. Shoot it with a grenade egg and land in the alcove. Bust open
the Banjo-Kazooie game pak and collect the Pink Egg (1).

Use the flying pad to fly over to the area with the two waterfalls. Land on the
top of the smaller waterfall on the left and enter the pathway.

Swim through the path until you reach land. Head to the end of the ledge with
the grate, then high jump to hold onto a ledge. Grip grab right and pull up at
the end, then head through the path to behind the grate. Break another BK game
pak to get the Blue Egg (1).

Leave the waterfall.

Quickly jump to the land on the right and use the flying pad to fly into
Gruntilda's old lair.

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|           3dd            |    Gruntilda's Lair    |           LAIR1          |
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Talk to Cheato and return the first ten pages. In return, he'll tell you the
first two codes: EGGS and FEATHERS. Leave the lair.

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|           3ee            |    Spiral Mountain     |          SPIRAL3         |
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Go back to Jinjo Village.

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|           3ff         | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) |         JINJO4        |
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Warp to Wooded Hollow.

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|           3gg         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW5       |
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Enter Jiggywiggy's temple.

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|           3hh            |   Jiggywiggy's Temple  |          JIGGY3          |
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Press B in front of the puzzle.

Complete the fourth puzzle of the game. You have to put in about half the pieces
, but there's not much to write about, these puzzles are all pretty easy. Just
do edge pieces first and you'll be fine. The picture is of the Ancient Swimming
Baths.

The laser beam opens a gate to Jolly Roger's Lagoon.

Complete the fifth puzzle, using the same tips. The picture is of the train
station.

The laser beam destroys the teeth blocking the way to Terrydactyland.

Sixth puzzle... The picture is of the Electromagnet Chamber.

The laser beam opens the doors to Grunty Industries.

Leave the temple.

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|           3ii         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW6       |
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Go to Mayahem Temple.

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|           3jj            |     Mayahem Temple     |          MAYAHEM3        |
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Warp to outside Wumba's wigwam and head up the stairs on the left. Remember that
little door we smashed with the Golden Goliath? Enter it to find the Code
Chamber.

Stand on the star in the middle. Enter EGGS, which doubles your maximum amount
of eggs. Now enter FEATHERS, doubling your maximum amount of feathers. Now head
over to the cheat sheet, which is on the right wall. Press B in front of it,
then press A when highlighting the cheats to activate them. Leave the code
chamber, warp to the start, then head back to Wooded Hollow.

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|           3kk         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW7       |
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Warp to the plateau.

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|           3ll         |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |        PLATEAU5       |
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Go to Honey B's Hive.

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Talk to Honey B. to trade in five of your Hollow Honeycombs, boosting your max
energy to eight. Leave the hive.

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|           3nn         |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |        PLATEAU6       |
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Head to the left side of the plateau (opposite the Pine Grove entrance).
Overlooking the cliff are a pair of split-up pads. Use them to become Banjo,
then head over opposite the pads. Go up a ramp you should find and stand on the
Banjo switch. Switch to Kazooie and take her to her Kazooie switch, opening the
door.

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|           3oo         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF1        |
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Talk to Jamjars ahead of you to learn the Ice Eggs. These will freeze enemies in
their tracks, which is pretty useless since all the enemies are easy to kill
anyways. They are good for only a few specific purposes. Head past Jamjars and
highjump to the ledge. Gripgrab left, drop down, then activate the train station
switch, opening the nearby station. Go back to Jamjars and head the otherway,
around the narrow cliff top ledge. When you reach a part that goes out, kill the
two Uggers and activate the silo. Head past the silo area and enter Jolly
Roger's Lagoon.

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|           3pp            |  Jolly Roger's Lagoon  |           JOLLY1         |
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Welcome to the merry and happy waterland of Jolly Roger's Lagoon. The first part
of the level is an old-fashioned like town, where doubloons are the only
accepted currency. Thanks to Mumbo's spell, you'll be able to breathe underwater
, which is where 90% of the items are. You'll find octopi, giant fish, even the
lost city of Atlantis!

Moves      - Sub-Aqua Egg Aiming, Wing Whack, Talon Torpedo
Difficulty - 4.5/10
Enemies    - Blubbul, Octopus, Pufftup, Electric Eel, Seaweed, Sailor

The first thing to do is gather 30 doubloons. You don't need all of them, but it
can be fun. Thanks to Croco's FAQ for telling me where they all are. At the
start you should see a dark patch of ground, a little bit raised. Bill drill it
for a doubloon (1). Head over to the left and you should find another patch.
Under it is a doubloon (2). Nearby, in front of the wall, you'll find another
patch hiding a shock jump pad. We can't use it yet, so turn right and activate
the warp pad. Behind you is a treasure chest on some steps. Blast the side with
the crack with a grenade egg to reveal a pair of Split-Up pads. Go right and
bill drill another patch for a doubloon (3). Continue and drop down. Talk to the
mutated pig, who will tell you the water is cold and dirty. Jump in it and dive
under. On the grates you'll find four doubloons total (7). Get out of the pool
and get the doubloon (8) on the black ledge thing in front of you. There are two
more on similair platforms on the right (10). Go back to where you got doubloon
#8 and head forward, towards a shop. On the way, get the doubloons (12) as well
as the one on the stump in front of the shop (13). Jump into the lagoon and swim
to the back wall. There's a Jinjo in an alcove. Underneath the alcove are four
doubloons (17). Head back to the start of the level and go up the large stairs
on the right to find Mumbo's skull, which you should go in.

In the green light are four doubloons (21). Look for a crack on the left wall.
Blast it with a grenade to reveal a secret passage. We're not going in yet, so
head out of the skull.

Use the Split-Up pads to become Kazooie, then head over to the shock jump pad
you uncovered.

Leap up to an alcove above to find three doubloons (24). Drop down and head
right, dropping down past the shop. Enter Turtle View Cave. Get the doubloons
(28) and speak to Jamjars to learn the Wign Whack. Press B to make Kazooie swirl
her wings, allowing her to defend herself without wasting eggs. Head back to the
Split-Up pads and join with Banjo. On the right is the largest shop in the
lagoon. Enter it, getting the note in front (5).

You'll meet frogger, I mean Jolly, who has lost his partner when she was out on
a waveracer. Refuse his offer to rent a room. Jump over the counter and onto the
ledge, then highjump to the shelf. Get the notes (20). Head over to the right
and go past the table into another room, where you'll find Blackeye the pirate.
Talk to him four times and he'll give you two doubloons (30). Leave his cabin
and look for a door left of the table. Blast it open with a grenade to piss off
Jolly. It's our turn to be rude to the OTHER characters in this game. Go in the
room and talk to Jamjars to learn Sub-Aqua Egg Aiming, a mighty important skill
for this world. Leave Jolly's place.

Over on the left is a dirt patch covering up a shock jump pad. Use it to jump to
the roof, then talon trot up to the smokestack and use another shock jump pad to
reach a ledge. Grib grab left around the corner, killing two snapdragons, then
drop down on the pipe to get a Hollow Honeycomb (1).

Jump back to the pipe and head to the right. Drop down to the alcove with the
information sign, then drop down from there to another pipe. Bill drill the
cracked seal to enter the pipe.

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|           3qq            |    Grunty Industries   |          GRUNTY1         |
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This is like with Mayahem Temple: you can only access a very limited portion of
the world. Head forward and turn left, then highjump over the pipe. Beak barge
the red switch on the tank to turn off the toxic sludge being dumped into the
pigs' pool. This solves their first problem. The Jinjo is really a Minjo, so
leave the pipe.

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|           3rr            |  Jolly Roger's Lagoon  |           JOLLY2         |
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Get out of the pool and head to the town square, up the steps. On the side
opposite Jolly's place is a smaller shop. It's labelled "Pawno's Emporium". Go
in and get the note nest (25).

There's a Jiggy on display. Highjump from the B-K box to the shelf, where you'll
find some notes (40). Jump over to the shelf behind Pawno's counter to get the
Glowbo (1).

Drop down and talk to Pawno, who is selling the Jiggy for 20 doubloons. Talk to
him a second time to pay up (10) and get the Jiggy (1).

Exit and re-enter the pawn shop and he'll have a Cheato Page on display. Talk to
him twice and pay five doubloons (5) to get it (1).

Leave the shop.

Head over along the same side past the skull to where you'll find the third shop
, lower down. Enter it, getting the notes (45), to find our good old friend
Blubber.

He'll tell you that business is going badly. All his waveracers are shipwrecked.
Say yes to his offer to sell you his last possession for 1 doubloon (4). A
Rareware crate appears in the center of the room. First, go behind the shop's
counter and look for a shock jump pad. Use it to leap to the shelf. Head around
the left side and get the Jinjo (1).

Now get the notes in the window shelf (60). Bust open the crate and put on the
Turbo Trainers, then head outside.

Rush to the back of the lagoon and jump into the alcove for the Jinjo (2).

Head over to Mumbo's skull and go in, since you have a Glowbo now.

Give Mumbo the Glowbo (0) to enlist his help. Head outside.

Go to the ledge thing on the lagoon to find a Mumbo Pad. Use the magic pad to
oxygenate the water, allowing Banjo and Kazooie to breathe under it. Head back
to the skull.

Regain control of Banjo and Kazooie, then head to the lagoon. Dive underwater
into the hole in the middle. Down here are three sea anenomes. Paralyze the two
closest to the bottom via shooting their eyes (use blue eggs). Get the notes
they were trapping (70). Behind the lowest sea anenome is a green hole leading
to another area. Go through it and you'll find an octopus. Shoot its mouth to
freeze it, then quickly swim past it to Atlantis.

On the right side is a giant pillar building. Grab the two notes on top of it
(80), then go in.

This is the electric eels' lair. Avoid the eels and head to top of the water.
Head into the alcove across from the start and go up the stairs to find Jamjars,
who will teach you the Talon Torpedo. Press Z to launch Kazooie out of the
backpack underwater, which will let her break open doors with her face on it.
Using the move does, however, use up five red feathers. We have 200 though, so
that's not a problem. Leave the eels' lair.

Take a right and you should see a giant green building. Look for a small alcove
on the right side of it. You'll find a Hollow Honeycomb (2).

On a pillar between the green building and the eel lair is a warp pad for you.
Head to the front of the building where the door is. You'll find a randomized
sequence of Greek letters. Write down or memorize the combination, then head to
the middle of the area where you'll find four woman holding pots. Shoot the pots
according to symbol (use blue eggs) in the same order as on the door and the
door will open for you to go through.

Surface to meet Chris P. Bacon, who wants to take pictures of the walls, but
cannot because fish keep biting him underneath. He'll ask you to protect him
from the fish while he snaps photos. Say yes and he'll go under. Follow him
underwater and position yourself so you're above the cage. Killer fish will
start coming at the cage from all around. This is easy so long as you spin
around and constantly look for fish to shoot. Use your blue eggs, since there's
no need to use a special egg. You only need to survive for sixty seconds. Once
you've done so, Chris P. Bacon will give you a Jiggy (2).

Leave this place, which is called the Temple of the Fishes.

On the left side, opposite the electric eels' lair, you'll find a sea anenome.
Shoot its eye with a blue egg to get the treble clef (100). Search around the
area for a transparent smiling fish. These are called Seemee fish. The prizes
inside are randomized, but you'll always find a Hollow Honeycomb, a Jiggy, and a
Cheato Page. You can find the fish in Atlantis, Locker's Cavern, the Big Fish
Cavern, near Wumba's Wigwam, and in Smuggler's Cavern. To get the prizes, you
have to shoot Kazooie through them with the Talon Torpedo. Try to be near them
when you do so. Since the prizes are random, I'll just tell you the totals as I
find the items in my game. However, you might not find the items in the same
places. First, shoot the one in this area to get a Jiggy (3) or whatever you
find.

Look next to the sea anenome where you got the treble clef. Head through the
passage by it. Shoot the mouth of the octopus to freeze it, then continue to a
shipwreck. Activate the warp pad on top of the ship, then go in the ship. At the
very start, look right and blast open the treasure chest with a Jinjo's face to
uncover a Jinjo (3).

Head to the back of the ship and talon torpedo the Kazooie door. Go through the
pipe.

Switch to ice eggs. You'll find several propellers along the way, and you'll
have to freeze them to avoid getting hurt. The end leads to Glitter Gulch's
Mine's water storage.

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|           3ss            |   Glitter Gulch Mine   |           MINE3          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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You appear on top of the tank we couldn't previously get on, so get the Jinjo
(5).

Highjump to the chain and climb back to the lagoon.

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|           3tt            |  Jolly Roger's Lagoon  |           JOLLY3         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Freeze the propellers again and leave the sunken ship area.

Freeze the octopus so you can get back to Atlantis. From here, you'll want to
head directly forward towards a building with a door already open for you. Head
inside.

This is the seaweed sanctum, which has three floors, this being the bottom. The
seaweeds appear docile, but they'll attack you when you get near. Swim past the
electric eel to land. On the pillar in the back is a shock jump pad. Use it to
leap to the right, then head to the opposite side. Use another shock jump pad to
reach the third floor (jump right). Go around and pass the doorway. Kill another
seaweed, then get the Jinjo on the ledge (4).

Head back to the 3rd floor doorway and leave the sanctum.

Now you're in the Big Fish Cavern. Get any eggs you need, then dive into the
water. There's a transparent fish here, so talon torpedo it if there's anything
good in it (mine only had eggs). Now hunt around for a gigantic orange fish with
huge teeth. Shoot all of its teeth with grenade eggs. First, activate the warp
pad on the left side of the room, then enter the fish's mouth.

Kill the seaman dudes on the land ahead and take the right path in it's stomach.
Get the Jinjo (5).

Go back and take the left path. You'll find Merry Maggie, Jolly's partner. After
a conversation about what happened to her, leave the fish's stomach.

On the side of the cavern opposite where you came from, look for a hole at the
bottom. Go through it and freeze the octopus, then continue to Locker's Cavern.
You'll find a bunch of lockers. First, locate the two transparent fish. Talon
torpedo them to get the Hollow Honeycomb (3) or whatever else is in there.

If the other fish has something useful, grab it. Now activate the warp pad on
the right side of the room on top of a pillar and warp back to Atlantis. Turn
around and look for a purplish tunnel right of the electric eel's lair. Swim
through it to find Wumba's Wigwam at the top of the place. There's an underwater
arch in the pillar holding up the wigwam. Swim through it and get the Glowbo
(1). Talon torpedo the transparent fish if it has anything useful, then swim to
the top and go in the wigwam.

Give Wumba the Glowbo (0) and transform into the submarine. The sub can
withstand high water pressure, fire unlimited torpedos with the Z button, and
use the B button for a ping attack. Hold A to make it move. Leave the wigwam and
head back to Atlantis.

Warp to Locker's Cavern.

The only duties of the sub are in here. Turn around like 200 degrees when you
appear and you should see a black pit on the floor. Enter it.

This is Grunty's little shooting game. You have 60 seconds to score 60 points of
color-coded mine things. Just constantly press Z and move the control stick. You
want to get a little closer than you start, and keep moving once you've cleared
out an area of most of its mines. The mines come back though, so you can turn
around again. If you go for greens and blues and keep shooting the mines, you
shouldn't have much trouble. I find it easier if you hold A and keep moving
around the place. Once you win, Grunty gives you a Jiggy (4).

Leave the mine area back to Locker's Cavern. Hunt around the area for a locker
that says D. Jones. The location is random, so I can't tell you where it is, but
I can tell you that it's rusted and cracked. Once you find it, shoot it open and
go inside.

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             Boss 5 : Lord Woo Fak Fak (Self-Important Angler Fish)
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                              Difficulty : 4.5/10

Kazooie will see a Jiggy in the water, but it turns out to be the light of an
anglerfish, who rises up and accuses you of trying to steal his Jiggy and worse.
The battle begins.

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                       Stage 1 - Aieee, Me Precious Boils
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In the first stage, you have to shoot Lord Woo Fak Fak's boils. He has three on
each side of him, and you can only blast the one that's lit up. The order in
which the boils is lit up is random, unfortunately (yeah, this level has more
randomness than any other level). When he faces you, he will shoot electric
shock attacks at you. As long as you keep moving, these are simple to avoid and
shouldn't hurt you. You want to stay sort of close but not right next to him.
Since there are three boils per side, you'll have to keep switching sides. The
sub has unlimited torpedoes, making this battle relatively easy.

After you shoot one, the fish will get mad. The boil will be replaced by a red
dot and another will light up. Keep on the side of the fish. He has six HP in
this stage, representing his six boils. Once you've shot all six boils, he opens
his eyes, rofl.

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     Stage 2 - Fighting Someone Who Can Actually See What They're Doing :(
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Fak Fak will open his eyes and add another attack to his arsenal: shooting
bubbles at you. If you get hit, they'll trap you and leave you vulnerable to the
electric attacks. However, if you keep moving, you shouldn't get hit by the
bubbles.

This stage is a little harder because you have to be in front of him to get a
good shot at his eyes. You want to fire as many torpedoes as you can, then get
out of the way so you don't get hit by his attacks. After you shoot all six of
his eyes, he'll go belly up and drop his Jiggy (5).

Leave the Locker.

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Now you'll want to warp back to Atlantis. Head through the tunnel and into the
wigwam.

Transform back into Banjo and Kazooie and return to Atlantis.

Warp to the town square.

Go to into Jolly's place.

Talk to the frog and he'll give you a Jiggy (6).

Left of Merry Maggie you should see a window above a stool. Stand on the stool
and go into egg aim, looking through the window. Shoot the keg of gun powder to
blast open a crack in the wall. Leave the bar.

Head through the hole you made in the wall.

Go down the stairs to find Smuggler's Cavern.

We have a couple things to do here. First, there's a Jiggy on a pillar, but we
can't get that. Dive underwater and look around for the transparent fish. Talon
torpedo it to get the Cheato Page (2), or whatever is in there.

The final Cheato Page requires the same move the Jiggy does, so we can't get
that either. Look on the underwater wall below the entrance. Talon torpedo the
Kazooie door and go through.

Again, freeze the propellers with ice eggs and head through the pipe to another
part of the Grunty Industries' Waste Disposal Plant.

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|           3uu            |    Grunty Industries   |          GRUNTY2         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Swim around and get the Jinjo (1). Keep in mind that counts as a Grunty
Industries Jinjo, not a JRL one. Go back.

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|           3vv            |  Jolly Roger's Lagoon  |           JOLLY4         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Freeze the propellers as you head through the pipes.

Leave Smuggler's Cavern.

Jump into the lagoon and head down the pit in the middle. Look for an underwater
UFO. Blast open the Kazooie door with a talon torpedo, then go inside.

You'll find a bunch of aliens, who's ship has crashed. Their ship is run by ice,
and it has run out of fuel. Since you have ice eggs, stand in the very middle of
the ship and go into egg aim. There are four holes in "tanks" in the sides of
the ship with icicles on them. Once you shoot one, a 20 second time limit will
start. This is really easy, just spin around in the middle and shoot the four
holes to power the ship. The aliens will take off, so leave the UFO.

There's a hole underneath the ship, so the aliens will leave behind a Jiggy (7).

Head to the surface and to the town square. Leave the lagoon for now.

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|           3ww         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF2        |
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Warp to the Pine Grove. There's actually a Jinjo in Spiral Mountain that we
could get now, but we're going to wait way until after Cloud Cuckooland, when we
return the final Cheato Pages (since cheats three and four are gay cheats that
make the game less fun, we'll wait until we have all the pages to return them).

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|           3xx         |  Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)   |         GROVE3        |
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Jump in the lake. Talon torpedo the Kazooie rock and swim through.

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|           3yy         | Inside Another Digger Tunnel |        DIGGER2        |
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Head forward out of the water to encounter Klungo again.

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                   Boss 6 : Klungo (Revenge-Seeking Mininion)
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                              Difficulty : 1.5/10

This is your second Klungo battle, which is still easy. Klungo will select one
of three potions - green, red, or blue. He won't use the one he used last time.
The green potion will make him invisible, the red will make him huge, and the
blue will make clones of him. It takes three hits to beat him no matter what.
In between hits he forms a forcefield and throws potions at you. If he uses the
green potion, hit him right away each time before he moves, and stay close. If
he uses the blue potion, attack the one that moves last, as that is the real
Klungo. If he uses the red potion, just attack him before he stomps you. Klungo
is a little faster with his potion throwing and his attacking, but he's still no
challenge at all. You'll notice Klungo has got beaten up =).

When he throws potions at you, just circle him, since he doesn't know how to
lead you. After you've hit him three times, both of the gates open and he drops
three honeycombs (all bosses do this), then leaves.

Head through to the other side of the digger tunnel.

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|           3zz         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE1        |
|                      -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                      |
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Follow the digger tracks and talk to Jamjars on the left. He will teach you the
Clockwork Kazooie eggs, which you can only carry 20 of (assuming you activated
the EGGS cheat). You also can only carry ten at a time. They are red with yellow
polka dots and contain a clockwork Kazooie bomb inside. Press B to detonate them
(they'll detonate automatically in 20 seconds). Activate the silo further ahead
then make an immedate left. You should see a bunch of ledges. Climb up them,
getting the notes (70). At the top, shoot a blue egg at one of the "Jinjos".
Kill the one that takes damage, as it's a Minjo, then get the Jinjo (3).

Drop down the ledges and head to the other side of the silo. Go in the dinosaur
head to enter Terrydactyland.

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|          3aaa            |     Terrydactyland     |           TERRY2         |
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In the land before time, where dinosaurs roamed and cavemen lived among the
rocky terrain, you'll find dinosaurs, eggs, and a giant mountain. You'll have to
perform various tasks to help out prehistoric inhabitants, such as finding and
hatching eggs for Terry, fixing up a family of Styracosauruses, and feeding a
tribe of cavemen.

Moves      - Springy Step Shoes, Hatch, Taxi Pack
Difficulty - 5/10
Enemies    - Bargasaurus, Soarasaurus, Rocknut, Mucoid, Stomponadon, Red-Eyed
             Beehive

Terrydactyland is definitely one of the most complicated levels in Banjo-Tooie.
Take a left U-turn and activate the warp pad, then go into egg aim. Shoot the
cage switch on the pillar ahead with a grenade egg to open the jail trapping the
Jinjo. We can't get it right now, so go up the stone ramp ahead.

Head along the ledge to the exit.

You'll find a caveman in armor, called a Rocknut. There are five of these guys
(5) and you have to shoot them all with Clockwork Kazooie eggs from behind. Fire
one over the Rocknut and blast his behind by pressing B (4). Drop down to find
a grassy area. Get the notes on the mounds (15), then dive into the lake. Go
near the entrance to inside the mountain on the right side of the lake and go
underwater. Talon torpedo the Kazooie button to open a jail. Swim to the jail
and get the Jinjo (1).

Head out of the lake on the other side. Look for a pair of Turbo Trainers in an
alcove on the left wall, then head past where you got the Jinjo on the lake.
Jump into the alcove on the lake and get the Hollow Honeycomb (1).

Go back to where you got the trainers and kill the dinos. Past the trainers are
a pair of wading boots. Put them on and head into the swamp water. Go over to
the land and jump up the ledges. Activate the warp pad. Get the Glowbo behind
the skull (1), then head back over to the other side of the swamp. You'll need
to use the tiny stones on the swamp. Cross the narrow bridge on the left,
avoiding the flying dinos. Right after you cross the bridge, go left and jump up
the ledge. Go left and highjump to a boulder, which you should bill drill for
the treble clef (35). Head back down and go forward. Highjump to the ledge with
the train station switch so you can open the station. Go over to the other side
and jump up the ledges to Wumba's wigwam. Activate the warp pad and go back
down. You should see a red-yellow tunnel. Head through it and over the bridge.
Ignore the step shoes and go forward. There are a bunch of cages with a Rocknut
and a Jinjo. Shoot a clockwork Kazooie into the small hole between the cages.

Steer the bomb into the first hole on the right and destroy the Rocknut from
behind (3).

Shoot another bomb into the hole right of the Rocknut cage.

Get the Jinjo (2).

Head right and look for a ramp on the right side. Go up it and enter the cave.
This is the family cave of some dinosaurs. Kill the killer beehive, then head up
the ramp on the left. Bill drill the boulder to uncover a shock jump pad, then
split up and become Kazooie. Shock jump to an alcove above and get the Hollow
Honeycomb (3).

Join with Banjo and head right. Bill drill another boulder to find a Mumbo Pad.
Leave the cave.

Go right and on your left, there should be a cave with notes in front of it. Get
the notes (45) and head into the cave.

Kill the Rocknut on a ledge on the right with a clockwork Kazooie (2).

Drop down and call forth Chuffy by pressing B in front of the sign. Go in the
engine car and take the train to Witchyworld.

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|          3bbb            |       Witchyworld      |           WITCH2         |
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The dinosaur you freed in the cave of horrors will automatically come running
into the train. Drive it back to Terrydactyland.

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|          3ccc            |     Terrydactyland     |           TERRY3         |
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The dino will head back to its family cave. Jump out of Chuffy and leave the
train station.

Highjump up the ledges next to the station. Get the note nest (50) and talk to
Jamjars to learn the springy step shoes. You can put a pair of purple spring
shoes on for ONE super high jump. Head back to the start and warp to the wigwam.

Enter the wigwam.

Give the Glowbo to Wumba and jump in the pool to become a baby T-Rex. Leave the
wigwam.

Find one of the dinosaurs below and talk to them to learn how to roar. Press B
for a short roar and hold it for a long one. Head back to the wigwam and go
behind it. Roar in front of the T-Rex circle to open it, then go through.

Get the Cheato Page (1) and exit the way you came.

Head past Wumba's wigwam to the right. You should see a sign that says PATH TO
NEST. Open the T-rex circle next to it and go through. Head right and jump the
gaps around the mountain. Get the notes as you go (65). At the end, you'll find
a cage. Roar in front of it like this: short roar, short roar, long roar, short
roar, long roar, long roar. The cage opens to give you the Jiggy (1).

Head left across the gaps and go down the stairs. Drop down to the wigwam area.

Go into the wigwam and transform back. Leave the wigwam.

Grab the springy step shoes left of the wigwam and go to the PATH TO THE NEST
sign. Jump up to the top and head into the cave on your left.

Make a quick stop to open the cage switch ahead, then go back out. I know it
seems useless, but this will be very important later on.

Head up the stairs. Launch a clockwork Kazooie. Have it jump over the gaps in
the mountain (yes, you're reading that right) and make a left U-turn once you've
made it across the gaps. Head into the red-yellow cave and destroy the rocknut
(1). Jump across the gaps as Banjo and Kazooie, then jump another PtN (path to
nest) sign with the step shoes. Wingflap over the gap. Here's where it gets a
little funky. Go down the stairs and head around the windy ledge, getting the
notes (80). When you reach a bridge going down, head into the cave on the left.

You'll meet Unga Bunga, who is nice enough to let you in. Head past him and step
on the cage switch. Continue and highjump to the alcove on the right. Head down
the hall and kill the beehive, then use the Split-Up pads on the right to become
Kazooie. Go through the green tunnel across from the pads and go down the ledges
to find a Jamjars hatch. He will teach you the Hatch move, which allows Kazooie
to hatch eggs by holding Z and pressing B. Head back and join with Banjo, then
go to Unga Bunga. In an alcove in front of him are some springy step shoes. Put
them on and leave the cave.

Go right and carefully head around the winding ledge. Head up the stairs and
jump where it says PATH TO NEST. Terry, the pterodactyl, will start spitting
purple gloop at you because he thinks you stole his eggs. Switch to talon trot
and head around the mountain. If you keep moving, you won't get hit. You also
have to jump a couple gaps. When you reach the top, Terry will stop, so activate
the warp pad and head across the very narrow bridge. You might want to use
grenade eggs to kill the pterodactyls first. Go through the cave.

Kill the pterodactyl with a grenade egg, then freeze the fire with an ice egg.
Freeze the next fire, then jump the gap and continue to the next area.

These are the stomping plains. Activate the warp pad in front of you and head
forward. The music will change and you will get a boss like introduction for the
Stompadon, who's ENORMOUS feet will crush you along the path. For the first time
, you're actually going to use gold feathers. Hold Z and press right C to
activate the Wonderwing. Head across the footprints to reach the end of the
stomping plains. You're safe when you reach the three switches. Press the Banjo-
Kazooie switch on the right to uncage the Jiggy (2).

Highjump to the alcove and head up the stairs.

You'll slide down back to the start. Split-Up and become Kazooie, then head
across the plains. You can't use the Wonderwing, but if you use the footprints
(he can't hit you in the prints, so get in one, wait for him to stomp, then rush
to the next one), you can get there in time. At the end, open the cage on the
left via the Kazooie switch to uncage a Jinjo (3).

Head back to the start and join with Banjo.

Warp to the top of the mountain.

Continue past the bridge. Go up the stairs on the left.

Now you want to head left and enter the hole in the nest.

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                Boss 7 : Terry (Disgruntled Pterodactyl Parent)
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                              Difficulty : 3.5/10

After Terry accuses you of stealing his eggs, he'll soar up into the air. The
view switches to his perspective and she starts spitting gunk at you. Terry is a
better shot than most of the idiot enemies in this game, so simply moving around
won't cut it. However, if you switch to talon trot and keep your movement really
irregular, you shouldn't get hit. After a while of dodging, the view goes back
to normal and Terry starts flying around. Switch to grenade eggs so you can
begin blasting at his HP. Once you lower him down, he'll fly down after
spitting mucous buddies to tackle you down. Use the roll attack to deal with
them, then the cycle starts all over again.

Once again, keep your movement irregular and you won't get hit. Jumping may also
help as well. The snot buddies tend to come in compact groups, so the roll
attack works best against them. He increases the number of snot buddies each
time. He'll send them after you've dealt enough damage. Always use grenade eggs
for maximum damage against Terry.

Another goop round, then blast her final HP away to make him give in.

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Banjo will explain that he doesn't have his eggs, and Terry will ask you to
round them up for him. To help you, he gives you a flying pad. He also gives you
half the reward now. You might take it literally and expect half a Jiggy like in
Glitter Gulch Mine's crushing shed, but you get a whole Jiggy (3).

Look for a strange-looking cracked patch in the middle of the nest. Bill drill
it and drop down.

This is a little part of inside the mountain. You'll get a Jiggy (4).

Shock jump back and leave the nest.

Go down to the warp pad and warp to the start.

Head left to the lake. You should see an opening in the mountain in the back of
the lake. Head through it.

Use the Split-Up pads on the right ledge to become Kazooie, then head out to the
water. Northwest of the pillar in the middle is an alcove with a flying pad. Use
the pad to fly up to the opposite side of the room. You have to go pretty high,
but you'll eventually see a vine on a ledge. Above the vine is an egg. Land on
the egg and use the hatch move to hatch the egg. The baby pterodactyl will fly
off to Terry. Drop down and rejoin with Banjo, then use the flying pad again to
land on the base of the pillar. Beak Barge the whitish switch on the pillar to
raise a land bridge, then use the springy step shoes to jump on top of the
pillar. Another boss-like intro will introduce you to the Chompasaurus, who will
swallow you whole.

The Chompasaurus promises not to digest you if you solve his ulcer problem.
Lovely. You have to score 75 points worth of RGB ulcers that pop out of his
stomach. This is really easy so long as you go to the middle, press the down C
button a little bit, then spin around and hold Z. If you do that, you should
easily score almost twice the necessary amount. As thanks, Chompa will give you
a Jiggy (5).

Leave the dino via his throat.

He'll cough you up on top of the pillar, so head back out of the mountain.

Swim over to the waterfall. In it is a vine that you should climb to get to the
River Passage.

Climb up and once you reach the top, switch to talon trot and head behind the
vine to get a Hollow Honeycomb (3).

Go over to the left side of the river. Head along the left ledge until the ledge
breaks off, forcing you to go in the water. Below you is an electric eel. Shoot
it with a grenade egg using your sub-aqua egg aiming skillz, then grab the notes
in the four corners of this area (100).

Continue through the river passage and jump onto the ledge you should find on
your left. Grib grab your way to a pair of Split-Up pads, then become Banjo and
jump in the water. Head to the opposite side and use the double jump (A+B+A).
Normally, you would have to go through a series of annoying steps to get here,
but this is a little shortcut. Talk to Jamjars to learn the Taxi Pack. Hold Z
then press left C to bring out the backpack. Press B to scoop up certain
passengers, allowing you to transport them to other places. Head back to the
ledge and grib grab to the pads, then join back with Kazooie. Continue to the
end of the river passage and head through the exit.

Head right at the start and jump to the land. Follow the path backwards around
the mountain to find a Glowbo (1) on a ledge. Now go back to the big lake area.
Shoot the pterodactyl patrolling the area down with a grenade egg, then jump to
the center platform. Shoot a clockwork Kazooie to the ledge left of the cage
behind the waterfall, then head through the tiny hole.

Kill the Rocknut with one last bomb. You'll have to shoot another to get the
Jiggy (6).

Drop down from the lake to your left to get back to Wumba's area. Use the warp
pad by her wigwam to get to Mumbo's skull.

Left of the skull is a ledge on the wall. Backflip to it and grib grab your way
left. Kill the snapdragon as you go. At the end, bill drill the boulder for a
Cheato Page (2).

Head back along the ledge and go in Mumbo's hut.

Give him the Glowbo (0) and leave the skull.

Mumbo's job in Terrydactyland is to do what Rare did to the DK64 bosses: enlarge
things. First, use the Mumbo Pad below the ledges leading to the skull to make
the stepping stones bigger. Use the warp pad to warp to wumba's wigwam.

Use the spell again on the wigwam to make it huge, then drop down from Wumba's
ledge. Head over through the red-yellow tunnel. When you get through the tunnel,
immediately turn right and go along the narrow ledge. Enter the cave at the end.

Destroy the killer beehive and use the Mumbo Pad in the middle to enlarge the
dinosaur. We're done, so leave the cave.

Slide down the ramp and head to the start. Warp to Mumbo's skull.

Get Banjo and Kazooie back, then warp to Wumba's wigwam.

Go in.

Jump in the pool. Because the wigwam's huge, you get to become a daddy t-rex
this time. He can steamroll over any enemy, but can't use warp pads. Leave the
wigwam.

Head through the red-yellow tunnel and make a right. You should see a ramp a bit
ahead on the left. Go partially up it so you can see the Unga Bunga. Use a roar
to scare him off, allowing you to go inside the Oogle Boogle's caveman. Head
back through the red-yellow tunnel. Step on the Daddy T-rex switch on the right.
The Jinjo cage will open (why are all the Jinjos in this level trapped in cages?
) for 45 seconds. Quickly head back into the wigwam.

Transform back into Banjo and Kazooie and leave.

Head to the cage and get the Jinjo (4).

It's time to hatch Terry's eggs and get the very first Jinjo we freed, right at
the start of the level. Head through the red-yellow tunnel again and go over to
the Split-Up pads. Highjump to them and become Kazooie, then go over to the
springy step shoes. Getting to them is tricky. You have to jump from the base of
the pillar. Put them on and jump onto the nearby pillar, where Terry gave you
the flying pad. Take flight and head towards the start. We're going to abuse the
clockwork Kazooie. Fire it into the cell where you freed the first Jinjo and get
the Jinjo with the bomb (5).

This allows you to keep flying. Go back to where you got the springy step shoes
and fly through the tunnel. You should see a big wall ahead, with a little
rectangle sticking out of the ledge. This next part can be difficult. Fly over
the ledge and into the hole. It's okay to land. Go through the hole and head
into egg aim. Fire a clockwork Kazooie egg at the Cheato Page (3). This
eliminates the need for an extra return trip. Head back through the red-yellow
tunnel and use the step shoes to get to the flying pad. Fly past the start and
over to the lake. Land on the egg and hatch it. Another baby will return to
Terry. Rejoin with Banjo via the step shoes, then head towards the start. Go up
the spiralling ramp on the left and enter the Oogle Boogle's cave.

The Oogle Boogles are hungry and cold. We can fix their heating problem right
now, but the food problem will have to wait. Light up the first guy's fire with.
.. a fire egg. Right of the Split-Up pads is a boulder. Bill drill it and use
the shock jump pad to reach a ledge. Grib grab left and head down the hall at
the end. Shoot a fire egg at a second guy's fire, then head back. Split up to
become Kazooie, then jump up the ledges behind the first guy's fire. Go down the
stairs and press the cage switch at the end to open a secret entrance to
Witchyworld. It's no use right now, so head back. Left of the ledges is a hall
to a third guy's fire. Light it up with a fire egg, then use the nearby shock
jump pad to reach an egg. Hatch it and the third baby will return to Terry.
Rejoin with Banjo and leave the cave.

Go up the bridge in front of the cave entrance and head into another cave on the
mountain side.

Head past Unga Bunga and highjump to the alcove in front of you. Go down the
hall and kill the killer beehive, then use the split up to become Kazooie. Look
for a red part of the room, then head down a barely visibible crack (just hug
the red part of the wall). Hatch the egg at the end. The baby is too big to
phone, I mean fly, home so head back and switch to Banjo. Taxi pack the baby and
leave the cave.

Go over to the right a little near the windy ledges. Drop down so that you land
by Jamjars' springy step shoes hatch. Head over to the start and warp to the top
of the mountain.

Go up to the top and head into Terry's nest.

Un-taxipack the baby (hold Z and press left C) in the nest and Terry will give
you his other Jiggy (7).

Banjo has one last task to accomplish alone, so leave the nest and take the warp
pad to Wumba's wigwam.

Head through the red-yellow tunnel AGAIN and use the ledge on the right that you
used with Mumbo to get to the Styracosaurus Cave.

Kill the killerbeehive and taxi pack the sick dino (the one on the left). Leave
the cave.

Drop down and head over to the train station, which is closer to the start.

Go into the caboose of Chuffy.

Deposit the dinosaur here and leave the caboose.

There's a swap cloud in front of the ramp up to the exit. Use it to become
Kazooie, putting you back in the Unga Bunga's cave.

Destroy the killer beehive, then go out via the exit past where you learned the
Hatch. NOW you understand why I had you press that cage switch.

Drop down to the right over to the wigwam area. Go through the red-yellow tunnel
one last damn time and enter the train station where Banjo is.

Join with Banjo and go into Chuffy's engine.

Take the train to the Isle o' Hags Cliff Top.

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|          3ddd         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF3        |
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Head out of the train and go all the way to near Jolly Roger's Lagoon. On your
right, before you reach the entrance to JRL, head down spiralling stairs going
down the cliff ledge. At the bottom, step on the switch to create a bridge
leading to the Hailfire Peaks entrance. Go back up and cross the bridge. Head
all the way around the building and get the notes (90), then climb the vine in
the back. Get the Glowbo (1) here and head back across the bridge. Go along the
Cliff Top ledge and enter Mumbo's skull.

Give him the Glowbo and leave the skull.

Head back to the train. Use the Mumbo Pad overlooking the train tracks to heal
the dinosaur inside. Head back to the skull and regain control of Banjo and
Kazooie.

Leave the skull and take the train back to Terrydactyland.

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|          3eee            |     Terrydactyland     |           TERRY4         |
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DAMN, this is annoying! Why is it that level five is more complicated than
levels seven and EIGHT? At least the dinosaur goes back on his own. Better yet,
the mom gives you the Jiggy (8) automatically.

Head out of the train station and go left. Leave this world for now.

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|          3fff         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE2        |
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Warp to the plateau.

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|          3ggg         |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |        PLATEAU7       |
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Go to Honey B's Hive.

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Talk to Honey B and trade in your HH to get nine honeycombs total.

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|          3iii         |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |        PLATEAU8       |
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Head to Glitter Gulch Mine.

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|          3jjj            |   Glitter Gulch Mine   |           MINE4          |
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Warp to Mumbo's skull.

Head to the left of the skull and down underground to where you got your first
Glitter Gulch Mine Jiggy (the generator cavern).

Go past the jail cell and into the room with the TNT box. Instead of going to
the generator cavern, head past the TNT box and over to the ledges behind it.
Locate a pair of Split-Up pads, then become Banjo. Head to the side of the room
opposite the generator cavern and go through another doorway you should see.

Climb up the ladder to the top room. Find the lightbulb switch and stand on it,
turning on the lights in the basement. Switch to Kazooie.

Head into the same room.

Go downstairs on the left instead of up the ladder (Kazooie can't climb
anyways).

Kill the hillbilly and start traversing the planks. You have no time limit, so
go as slowly as you want. Kazooie is fast, so she can easily fall off the
planks. At the end, you'll find a Jiggy (9).

Head back to Kazooie's Split-Up pad and switch to Banjo.

Climb down the ladder and rejoin with Kazooie.

Head back to the jail cell room and leave the underground area.

Use the warp pad by Mumbo's skull to warp to the crushing shed.

Bust open the crate near the river to reveal a pair of springy step shoes. Put
them on and head across the train tracks. Avoid the hillbilly and go on the
ledge behind the waterfall, then jump to the alcove above for the Jiggy (10).

We have one last thing to do, so warp to the start.

Break open the Turbo Trainers and take the river right to waterfall cavern. You
don't have to hit the switch again, the trainers just make the trip faster.

Jump into the water and dive under. Look on your right. Break the Kazooie rock
with a good ol' talon torpedo and head through.

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Head up to the surface and on your left, you'll find the ice safe. Open it with
the ice key and get the Mega Glowbo (1). Head back to the mine.

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Leave Glitter Gulch Mine.

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Warp to the wasteland.

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|          3nnn         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE3        |
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Follow the digger tracks past the Terrydactyland entrance, where you'll find the
tracks have gone up the wall. Head right of the walling tracks and kill the
Ugger, then put on the pair of springy step shoes you should find. Jump into the
hole to find the last portion of the Isle o' Hags.

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Head forward and activate the silo. Now head northwest and go to Grunty
Industries.

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|          3ppp            |   Grunty Industries    |         GRUNTYI1         |
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The normal level headers aren't here because we're only here to activate the
train station switch. Yes, that is how you get into this annoyingly long and
painful level. Head right and jump to the toxic waste barrels. Jump along them
to the ground, then highjump to the ledge. Kill the snapdragon and climb the
ladder. Climb the ladder down and activate the train station switch. Leave the
level.

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Warp to the wasteland.

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|          3rrr         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE4        |
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Go to Terrydactyland.

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Go to the train station.

Take Chuffy to Grunty Industries.

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|          3ttt            |   Grunty Industries    |         GRUNTYI2         |
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Grunty's abandoned industry produces underwear. There are five floors to explore
in this extremely long and large world, and they're all entered in different
ways. The place is filled with an incredible amount of toxic waste, with a huge
waste disposal plant and the entire industry being surrounded by waste. Tintops,
which are little robot droids that pop out of tanks, are put in various areas
throughout the industry to attack you. There's a camera that sends the droids
out if it sees you, so you can destroy it with a grenade egg.

Moves      - Claw Clamber Boots, Snooze Pack, Leg Spring
Difficulty - 8/10
Enemies    - Worker, Drumble, Tintops, Screws/Bolts/Washers, Red-Eyed Beehive

Hop out of the train car.

We can actually play this level now. This is an extremely complicated and long
level. Activating everything is what makes this level a pain in the ass. Kill
the toxic waste drums at the start, then head up the stairs on the right. Go
around the balcony to the other side, then break the box. Use the shock jump
pad to reach the ledge. Grib grab to the middle and get the Hollow Honeycomb
(1).

Hmm.. a Hollow Honeycomb in five seconds, not bad. Head through the hallway
below the balcony. You should see a metal tank thing on the ground. These
things are all over the industry. When you get near, a camera will see you and
the tintops (electric shocker robot things) will come out. They're invincible
until they open up to reveal their "eyes". You can also kill the camera to
disable the system for a little bit. Kill the camera, which is on the opposite
wall, then grab the three note nests on the boxes on the sides of the room (15).
Continue to the next area.

Welcome to the first floor! Head around the room to the right. You'll pass a big
machine thing, called the trash compactor. When you see a big tank thing with
stairs, head up the stairs to find a pair of Split-Up pads. Go across from the
Split-Up pads to find a Jamjars hatch. Talk to him to learn the Claw Clamber
Boots. Put on a pair of blue boots with red suction cups and you can walk up
walls with Kazooie's footprints on them, though the boots don't last forever.
Split up and become Banjo. Head to the front where the main entrance door is.
Stand on the Banjo switch and switch characters, then use Kazooie to stand on
her switch. The main entrance opens. Switch to Banjo again and activate the warp
pad, then head outside.

Kill the worker and double jump to the toxic waste barrels. Head up the ramp
over the entrance to the world to find a Bazza battery. These things are used to
activate doors in the plant with insufficient battery power. First, you have to
pack whack it to stun it senseless. Then, use your taxi pack move to stuff it
in. Head back inside.

Go up the stairs that lead to the Split-Up pads. On the other side of the room
you should see a metal cylinder thing. Drop from the tank and head over to the
cylinder. The speakers will tell you that the battery power to the waste
disposal plant is insufficient. Place the battery in the power socket to open up
the plant. Climb up the ladder, but before you go in, jump to the pipe on the
left. Grib grab (avoid the shockers) to the notes below (25). Double jump back
to the cylinder and head into the plant.

Talk to Jamjars to learn the Snooze Pack, an incredibly useful move. Hold Z and
press right C to have Banjo take a nap, recovering lost honeycombs. Not only is
this good for when Banjo is alone, you can also use this move anytime and join
with Kazooie to almost fully restore your energy. Head past the hatch and step
on the toxic waste switch on the pipe. This raises the toxic waste level in the
plant. It doesn't matter right now, so drop down onto the pipe. Go to the left
and right sides and get the notes in front of the toxic waste (35). Head to the
left side (facing the entrance) and climb up the ladder to reach the top again.
Leave the waste disposal plant. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention something about
those annoying toxic waste drums. Not only do they take two hits, but they also
can release toxic gas particles when you kill them. These gas particles can make
you lose oxygen when they attach themselves to you at an EXTREMELY RAPID RATE!
Be careful!

Yeah, back in the first floor, head over to the right. You should see that
machine thing again. Head into it through the conveyer belt-like entrance.

This is the trash compactor, which has giant crushers that can kill you in two
hits. Head forward and the compactor will be turned on. Purposely go forward and
get hit. Keep going to the conveyer belt and go into the alcove on the right,
where you'll see a Jiggy. Use the snooze pack, then continue past the conveyer
belt to the next compactor. You'll get hit, so continue past it and snooze pack,
then hit the Banjo switch, opening the door in front of the Jiggy. Head back to
the Jiggy and snooze pack, then get the Jiggy (1).

Kill yourself on purpose to appear back at the Split-Up pads with Kazooie.

Join with the bird and head over near the waste disposal plant. Take a left
where you'll find a worker and a "ramp" thing. Go up the ramp and head left.
Pass the service elevator (biological personnel can't use the elevator) and
enter the workers' quarters.

There are tintops here, but it's safe to ignore them. Head along the left wall
and blast open the men's room (the second door on the left) with a grenade egg.
You'll find Loggo, the toilet, from Mad Monster Mansion. He's been clogged up by
the workers, so give him a good bill drill and he'll spit out a Cheato Page (1).

We can't have a good Banjo game without some literal toilet humor. Leave the
workers' quarters.

Head over to the claw clamber boots on the platform and go up the ramp. Head up
the Kazooie footprints to reach a platform on the first floor. Go along the
platform and you should see a square pipe with a crack in it. Use the shock jump
pad in it to reach the second floor.

Drop off the platform and kill the worker, then head to Wumba's wigwam on the
left. Avoid the killer beehive and get the Glowbo (1) behind a cracked pipe on
your right as you enter. Activate the warp pad in front of the wigwam and go in.

Give her the Glowbo (0) but don't jump in the pool. From the wigwam, head right
into another room. Shoot the camera on the wall opposite you and get the notes
on the boxes on the side (45). Break the box blocking the doorway on the side of
the room with the camera and head down the stairs.

This is the fire exit. Step on the switch next to the exit to open a door on the
side of the plant. Head back up the stairs.

On your left (it was your right when you first entered this room) is a hallway.
Head down it to find an industrial version of the Inferno (IMO). Avoid the toxic
waste drum and climb the pipe on the tower (there's a shocker). Split up and
become Banjo, then head to the pipe in front. Get the note (50) and highjump to
the pipe. Grib grab over to the platform with a Bazza battery. Whack it and pack
it in, then drop down. Jump along the platforms on the toxic waste and climb the
pipe again. This time take the right pipe. Get the note (55) and deposit the
battery in the socket to open the Electromagnet Chamber. Switch to Kazooie and
head back to the room with the tintops.

Bust open the crate right in front of you and put on the boots. Head back into
the tower room and take a left. Go up the footprints to reach a platform. Head
to the left along the platform to find Jamjars in an alcove. Talk to him and
he'll teach you the Leg Spring. As much as we all hate Grunty Industries, it's
filled with excellent moves, like this one. Hold Z and press A to highjump as
Kazooie alone about as high as a shock jump pad. Drop down and use a shock jump
pad behind the tower to reach the Split-Up pads. Take the pipe closest to the
Banjo pad and grab the note (60), then leg spring to the Jinjo (2).

Join back with Banjo and go to the electromagnet chamber. Break the door right
of the entrance with a grenade egg. Now go in the chamber. Head forward and take
a right. Kill the waste drum and head up the stairs. Head along the platform and
kill the worker, then beak barge the red switch next to the elevator shaft to
open the door. Leave the electromagnet chamber.

Go through the secret path you busted open with a grenade egg.

Break a second door with a grenade egg. This is a secret and important shortcut
between the wigwam and the magnet chamber. Head right to the room with the
tintops. This time take the path on the left to find yet another damn room.
Break the box on the right JUST AT THE ENTRANCE and put on the clamber boots.
To reach the well-hidden footprints, make a U-turn to the right. Grib grab right
across the pipe, avoiding the shocker, then head through the metallic hallway.
Press the switch in front of you to open a door, then head back. Go along the
platform and you'll see a bunny. Ignore him and continue to grib grab along
another pipe on the right. Climb the ladder and you'll reach the third floor.

We have a few things to do here, so drop down to begin the adventure. When you
come to a point where there's no ground (just a box you have to jump over), use
the box to jump to antoher box behind you. From here, work your way up the
boxes. Wingflap over the gap and begin heading over to the corner. In the corner
is a FRAGILE box. Break it and use the shock jump pad inside to reach the top of
the corner boxes (you'll just make it high enough to grib grab). Break another
FRAGILE box for a Hollow Honeycomb (2).

Now work your way to the opposite side of the room along the boxes. Drop down at
the end and get the Glowbo (1). Drop off the boxes and head to the place where
you got the Hollow Honeycomb. This time, go left and you should see the
elevator. Head right of the elvator to where you'll find a worker. Kill it and
climb up the right ladder. This is how we get to the fourth floor, but we're not
going to do that yet. Go over to the other side and head up the ramp platform.
Take a left when you see the Minjo and the chains, then jump the gap and get the
notes (70). Drop down and take a right , heading to the start of the area. Split
up and become Banjo, then go into the doorway on the right. Avoid the tintops
and head into the corner on the left. Pack the battery in and leave this room.
Make a left and head forward. Work your way up the boxes from the middle. From
the brownish crate, head around the right corner by using the double jump. This
is abuse in its purest form :). Head up closer to Kazooie and highjump to the
box that says BIG-O-PANTS on one side and RUBBISH on the other. Go to the left
and grib grab to the left on the caution-striped bar. Drop down and head into
the boiler plant.

Drop and head right. Go between the two giant tanks and deposit the battery in
the socket to open the packing room. Use the swap cloud to switch to Kazooie.

Use the leg spring to head up the boxes and enter the boiler room. You'll have
to wing flap along the caution stripe bar.

Join with Banjo and enter the packing room.

Here's a fun little mini-game: pack Twinklies by picking them up as they appear
and depositting them by running over the colored bins. Twinklies will appear
(red, green, blue) from the mesh floor. Mesh floor.. I FINALLY KNOW WHAT TO
CALL THOSE DAMN PLATFORMS! YEAH! Anyways, the more Twinklies you pack, the
slower you get. When you're running out of speed, run over the three chutes to
score your points. You have 60 seconds to score 40 points. At the start, grab
the Turbo Trainers right of the blue chute. Now start packing up as many
Twinklies as you can. Go for greens and blues, and try to go where there are
lots of Twinklies. You want to go for greens and blues here (the number of
Twinklies of each color you have is displayed at the top of the screen) , more
so than the previous mini-games. It's much harder than previous mini-games you
have played. If you waste time wtih too many reds, you won't win this one. When
you win, the speakers will give you a Jiggy (2).

Leave the packing room.

Head up the stairs and go right. Beak barge the red switch to open the 3rd floor
elevator shaft door. Go back down the stairs. Near the stairs you will see a
plate with four bolts in it. There are a few of these througout the factory, and
they are important. Bill drill all four bolts and something will fall to a lower
floor. This one makes a Mumbo Pad fall to the electromagnet chamber. Leave the
boiler room.

Go back to the doorway where you found the battery for the packing room. Head up
to Mumbo's skull and activate the warp pad, then go in.

Give Mumbo the Glowbo (0) and leave, then warp to the wigwam.

Head through the secret hall and enter the electromagnet chamber.

Go up the stairs and along the walkway, then use the pad to EMP the
electromagnet. The auto-fixing program, which takes 90 seconds, will be turned
on. That's your time limit. Quickly get out of the chamber, head through the
secret entrance, then warp to the skull.

Get Banjo and Kazooie back, then head out of the skull.

Warp to the wigwam.

Jump in the pool and transform into the washer. Skip Wumba's info about the
washer, it wastes time and I'll tell you. Press Z to fire underwear (weak
attack) and use A to make a pathetic jump. Head into the magnet chamber via the
secret entrance.

Go forward and press the switch. The washer is heavy enough to activate it, so
the switch turns on and opens a door in the air conditiong plant. We could go
there now, but since it's way on the first floor, we're going to wait until the
end of the trip. Head back to the wigwam and transform into Banjo and Kazooie.

Leave the wigwam and warp to Mumbo's skull.

You might notice there's a pipe leading up on the side of the skull. Take the
pipe up and you'll find a secret entrance. Go through and you're directly across
from where you want to be. Head forward and kill the worker on the platform,
then climb up the pipe on the right and go through the fire exit.

Go up the criss-crossing stairs and head into the fourth floor at the top.

Drop down and avoid the drums, then take the hallway on the right. In the next
room, avoid the tintops and press the flying pad switch on the left side of the
room. This creates some flying pads outside the plant. Head through the giant
"doorway" to where you'll find some boxes and... wall crushers. Why the hell
does Grunty have "wall crushers" in her factory? Seems like a huge waste of
money to just impair your ability to get through her plant. Head up the boxes to
the platform. You'll find a pair of Split-Up pads, but there is a ledge sticking
out with a box on it. Break it open to find a Mumbo Pad. Drop down in front of
the wall crushers and activate the warp pad. Warp to Mumbo's skull.

Gain control of Mumbo, then warp back to the wall crushers.

Head up the boxes and use the pad to deactivate the wall crushers for 45 seconds
, which gives you little time to waste. Jump off the platform to the warp pad
and warp to the skull, then get Banjo and Kazooie, followed by warping back to
the crushers.

Quickly talon trot to the other side of the crushers. Press the Banjo-Kazooie
switch to permanently deactivate the crushers. Break the box on your right side
for a beehive, then head down the chute near it.

You appear back at the Split-Up pads. Become Banjo and drop down, then warp to
the wigwam.

Go to the room with the tintops. Banjo can't destroy the camera, so avoid them.
Go through the hall on the left, where you first accessed the third floor. This
time continue past the two workers to a room with tintops. Avoid the tintops and
pack in the battery in the back, then head back to the wigwam and warp to the
wall crushers.

Head to the end of the crushers and go down the hallway on the left. You have to
avoid more tintops, so head to the corner of the room across from yours and go
up the pipe. Go up the ramp on your left and into the doorway. Deposit the
battery into the socket to open the cable room. Use the swap cloud left of the
entrance to become Kazooie.

Go to the room with the tintops at the end of the crushers. This time, just head
forward and use the shock jump pad ahead. Head to the cable room and join with
Banjo, then go in.

You'll find, whoa, cables in here. They hurt you, so jump over them and take
note of the fan switch in the upper left corner. You might need to use this in a
bit, so take a mental note of its location and enter the room.

Here you have to play a relatively easy shooting challenge. The "Jinjo" below is
a Minjo, so go into egg aim and look a the conveyer belt. Tons of toxic waste
drums move right along the belt. Occasionally, a blue Rareware drum appears. You
want to shoot those with grenade eggs. As you shoot more and more, the drums
become closer together and the belt speeds up. Timing becomes more important. If
you hit a toxic waste drum, you have to leave and turn on the fan switch, then
re-enter. You can start where you left off, fortunately. Once you get to the
point where the drums are almost touching, you have to lead your shots about 3
drums ahead. After you shoot enough Rare drums, the Jiggy appears ON THE OTHER
GOD DAMN SIDE, which only the washer can reach. Great, this level better be
pissing you off. Leave the room.

Hop the cables and go back to the room with the tintops. Go back to the pipe
where Banjo climbed and head right of it this time. Beak barge the switch to
open the door, then continue to the corner above the start. Avoid the tintops
and grab the claw clamber boots in the pipe, then continue up the next part. Go
up the footprints and go left, then enter the sewer. Can anyone explain why the
sewer is on the FOURTH floor?

You'll enter breegull blasting mode. It's time for the hardest Jiggy in Grunty
Industries, Clinker's Cavern. What you have to do is shoot clinkers, brown
smudge crap blocking the air vents. There are twenty of them, and you have to
shoot them all in 200 seconds. It's a hell of a lot harder than the Ordance
Storage. If the time runs out, you lose oxygen, then health, then you die. Go
forward and the Speaker will open Clanker's, I mean Clinkers, Cavern. Thanks to
King Kool's FAQ, I found a good route, as I cannot for the life of me find all
20.

There's a window on the left side that you should see. Look through it and shoot
the clinker (19). You'll want to use blue eggs. Head through the tunnel to the
next room. Shoot the clinker on the right side (18), then turn left. Look up on
the left wall and shoot another clinker (17). Head past the other cilnker to
find two tunnels. Take the right blue tunnel and shoot the clinker (16), then go
through the tunnel on the right to find a room with a bunch of pipes. Shoot the
obvious clinker (15) and go right around a few bends. Kill the enemy and shoot
the clinker (14). Go back to the pipe room and take the left path, through a
tunnel. You'll find another room, which has pipes and is green. Go forward and
kill the enemy, then shoot the clinker (13). Turn a half-circle and look up to
shoot yet another clinker (12). Go through the doorway left of the lower clinker
and you'll take several turns till you reach the room. Shoot the clinker (11),
then look on the opposite wall. Way up is another clinker (10). Go through the
tunnel opposite where you came from and shoot the clinker (9). Go up the ramp
and you'll find a balcony. Head to the end of the balcony and turn left to shoot
a clinker (8). Turn around and look under where you entered the room (below the
balcony) and shoot the clinker (7). Go back to where you entered the room and
take the other tunnel (which is on your right). From that room, shoot the
clinker below you (6) and another on your left (5). Go back to the previous room
and go down the balcony ramp. Go to the green room and through the tunnel. Here
you will find a clinker (4) and two ramps on either side. Go up the brown ramp
first and kill the worker. Take a U-turn left and kill the clinker (3). Look on
your right from that clinker to shoot another clinker (2). Make a 45 degree turn
right and you should see a clinker (1) on the wall. Head back to the room with
the two ramps and take the blue ramp this time. You have to take a turn right,
putting you on a balcony. Walk along the right side of the balcony and take the
tunnel on the right to the red room where you shot the two clinkers (from the
window, though). Head down the green tunnel on the left side and you have to
take a few turns. Head directly forward into another tunnel. Now you have to
take a rightturn. There are two paths on your left. Go into either one and shoot
the last clinker (0). The cleanup bonus will appear in the sewer room. Head to
the end of the hallway with the two paths on the left and you will have to take
several turns. Kill the worker and take the right path, then turn 90 degrees
left and take the green path. Take the immediate left and head into the path
opposite where you are. Turn right and go down the immediate path, followed by
turning left and going up the blue path to the exit.

Get the Jiggy (3).

Wow, how long has it been since we actually got a Jiggy? Jesus. Anyways, leave
the sewer.

Drop down to the right to find the tintops. Drop down again and take the right
corner path back to the wall crusher. Head back to the end of the crusher and
warp to the 1st floor. I said we were going to head into the room we opened with
the electromagnet chamber switch at the end. I lied, we're going to do it now.
Turn around and head towards the first floor. On your left is a little drop
(there are stairs from the trash compactor segment). Drop down it and enter the
doorway to the air conditioning plant.

Go left (in Banjo's eye view) or right from the camera's view. Jump the gap and
head to the end to pick up a note (75). Head back to the start and take the
opposite path. Get another note (80) and highjump to the ladder. Grib grab
across the yellow-blue pipe at the top and drop down. Get grenade eggs (unless
you're maxed) and go in the door to the repair depot.

We can't get the Cheato Page across the spinning cog yet (actually, you can, but
it's dumb unless you're doing a speedrun, which we're not), so make the
seemingly suicidal move of jumping to the bottom. I think you'll enjoy how
ridiculously big a fall it is =). Anyways, a cut-scene saves you from certain
death.

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               Boss 8 : Weldar (Visually-Impaired Welding Torch)
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                              Difficulty : 8/10

It's time for the most difficult boss yet, Weldar. The giant torch comes out and
even though you're not a bear, ^_^, he decides to "go to work on you".

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                             Stage 1 - Child's Play
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Weldar stays near the center of the room most of the time. He begins by firing
blue electric shocks at you. While he does lead his shots, you can simply run in
a circle around him. As long as you jump before the shock hits you, you won't
get hit. After a few shocks, he will try to suck you up like a vacuum. If he
manages to, he'll spit you up and you lose a honeycomb. Before that happens,
fire a grenade egg in his mouth. This causes a painful reaction because he's
full of flammable gas. While in reality this would easily destroy the entire
repair depot, this is a video game, so it merely causes Weldar some heartburn.
Someone pass an antacid..

Next, the torch will spit out a few nuts and bolts. Kill them all for a
honeycomb. While this would normally be easy to deal with, you want to be facing
Weldar when he tries to suck you up, which he does right after you kill the
bolts. I actually recommend standing still and letting the bolts come, then
using the stationary rat-a-tat-rap. Fire another grenade egg.

Now Weldar jumps up into the air (how does he do that, he weighs a ton?). Switch
to talon trot and avoid his shadow. When it gets larger, it means he's about to
land. Next, simply run around avoid Weldar as he bounces around the floor trying
to hurt you. Weldar will then take a huge leap into the air. He always lands in
the middle, so get out of talon trot and face the center. Shoot a grenade egg in
him.

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           Stage 2 - Child's Play With an Electric Grid on the Floor
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Since Weldar is losing, he decides to turn on an electric grid. The electric is
in the lines of the squares on the floor. Touch it and you lose a honeycomb. Now
this battle becomes a hell of a lot more difficult.

He starts firing blue electric shocks at you again (he repeats the phases).
While he does lead his shots, you can simply run in a circle around him. As long
as you jump before the shock hits you, you won't get hit. It is, however, harder
with the grid on the floor. You can't land on the grid, so you have to be
careful about where you jump. A wingflap can save you, but then you'll be hit by
his next shock. Fire a grenade egg in his mouth after he fires like twice as
many shocks as last time.

Now prepare yourself for more nuts and bolts. Again, stay facing Weldar and use
the stationary rat-a-tat-rap. Be careful! Go back if you start approaching the
grid. Fire a grenade egg into Weldar. Since you get sucked in, you'll pretty
much always lose a honeycomb when you fire an egg. That restricts the amount of
honeycombs you can afford to waste.

Finally, Weldar jumps in the air. If you made it this far and still have at
least three or four honeycombs, you've got this made. Switch to talon trot and
avoid his shadow, then just jump around the grid, avoiding his bouncing. Stop
talon trotting once he jumps high and face the center. Fire one last grenade egg
and he will FINALLY explode. Of course, it doesn't destroy the repair depot or
even lay a scratch on Banjo.

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Weldar's head hits a switch that turns off the spinning cog in the repair depot
(which extends to the air conditioning plant). You've probably realized how long
it takes to get a single Jiggy in this level. For that reason, Weldar doesn't
just have a Jiggy inside of him like the other bosses. No, instead the Jiggy is
in the fan on the other side of the cog in the AC plant. Weldar will let this
piece of information slip. Ha! Get that! He was trying to cheat us out of OUR
hard-earned Jiggy. Use the shock jump pad Weldar gives you to climb up the
ladder. Head across the cog to get the Cheato Page (2).

Head back across the cog and leave the repair depot.

Go across the cog in the AC plant. Jump to the fan and get the Jiggy (4).

Go back to the cog and switch to talon trot. Jump to the slanted wall and talon
trot to the platform where you can leave. If you just drop down, you'll land in
toxic waste.

Use the Split-Up pads to become Banjo, then head outside the plant. 

Double jump to one of the toxic barrels. Head over to the ledge, then highjump
to it. Climb the ladder on the other side and head past the train station
switch. Go over to the land visible past the switch. You'll have to take a few
hits in the toxic water. Bust open the box and stand on the metal switch. This
opens an alcove with a Jinjo on the back side of the plant. Switch to Kazooie.

Head to where Banjo is. You have to leg spring over the wall sticking out of
the building. Right of Banjo is a narrow bridge that leads to a box. Open it for
a pair of claw clambers. With the boots on, head to the back of the plant. Find
the prints and head up the LONGEST SET of Kazooie footprints IN THE GAME. I
swear, it's unbeliveably huge! Once you actually reach the top, get the Jinjo
(3).

Drop down and join back with Banjo. Go to the flying pad on the wall sticking
out of the building and use it. Shoot a clockwork Kazooie on top of the entrance
, where you'll find a treble clef (100). The plant has several windows that are
clear and can be broken with a beak bomb or grenade egg. Destroy the first one,
which is just above the flying pad. Enter it.

Get the Cheato Page (3) and leave.

Use the flying pad on the window and head to the left side of the building,
which is the side opposite the claw clamber boots and metal switch. Break and
enter a second floor window.

Unscrew the bolts with the bill drill to make a box fall to the first floor.
This allows the washing machine to get over to the trash compactor. Leave.

Use the flying pad to fly to the top of the building. First off, look for the
smokestack that has boards covering it up on one side. Blast that open with a
grenade egg. Now land between the spikes in the roof. There are a couple of
windows to break here. You can use a beak buster or rat-a-tat-rap. First, break
open the one on the same side that the boarded up smoke stack is on. Fall
through to the fifth floor. Look over to the other side of the room. You'll see
a Jiggy on a box. We could use a clockwork Kazooie egg to do it (be my guest if
you want to), but since this involves unscrewing plates (which is part of
"activating everything"), I'd rather do it the way it was intended to be. Below
the boxes you should see a plate. Jump down and unscrew the bolts to make a
plate drop to the fourth floor, creating a shortcut. Once everything is
unscrewed, drop down to the fourth floor.

Head over along the walkway to the Split-Up pads and become Kazooie. Shock jump
to the fifth floor.

Leg spring to the top of the boxes and get the Jiggy (5).

Drop down and reunite with Banjo. Shock jump to the fifth floor.

Now it's time to get back on the roof. Look to the opposite side of the room
where you should see a ladder. Climb up the ladder to the mesh floor and
jump to the exit.

You'll probably fall off the roof, so head around to the smokestacks and
activate the warp pad. In front of the warp pad (near the edge) is a flying pad.
Use it to fly back to the roof, then talon trot and break the other window (on
the opposite side).

We have only one thing to do here. There are tintops, so drop down and quickly
head to the other side of the room. Jump to the box with the quite visible Jinjo
(4).

Near the Jinjo is a ladder. Climb up it to reach a red bar. Carefully walk
across the bar and jump to the pipe. Grib grab left and avoid the shocker, then
highjump to the top box and jump to the exit.

Go over to the flying pad. Fly to the top of the smokestack that's spewing green
gas from it and get the Hollow Honeycomb (3).

Drop down and use the flying pad to fly into the hole we made in the other
smokestack.

You're on the third floor tank. Can someone explain that to me? How does falling
through a smokestack put you there? Wtf? Anyways, get the Jinjo (5).

Get out of the boiler room.

Head to Mumbo's skull and warp to the wigwam.

Yep, transform into the washer and leave the wigwam.

The washer can access restricted doors and use the elevator, but in return, it
cannot use warp pads. Head to the room with the lone worker (across from the
wigwam). It's where you first entered the second floor. Use the elevator by
standing in it and pressing B. Select the first floor.

The task of the washer is to clean six bunnies, called Skivvy workers (wtf?),
around the industry. They need their coveralls washed on the spot. This Jiggy
probably takes the most preparation, but we've already done that as we worked
for the other Jiggies in the level. Head into the workers' quarters, which is
just left of the elevator.

Go into the bedroom in the right corner of the room. Talk to the bunny and he'll
throw in his clothes. Leave the workers' quarters.

Go left and use the platform you unbolted to reach the second bunny. Take the
service elevator to the second floor.

There's technically only one bunny here, but the second floor allows us to reach
two bunnies. Head to the wigwam, then to the room with the tintops. Take the
SECOND left hallway. Not the first. Remember when we originally went up the
footprints with the boots here and we activated that switch before proceeding to
the third floor? Now head through that door you opened to the platform. Clean
another bunny. Head back to the room with the tintops and go through the door
with the FLOOR 1 sign (you have to break a box).

Go through the fire exit.

Head down the stairs and follow the toxic waste platforms (the toxic waste
monster can't hurt the washer). Jump into the ugly brown leaves covering the
platform up and you'll find another bunny. Head back into the plant via the fire
exit.

Go back to the elevator and use it to reach the third floor. Head straight
forward from the elevator. On the wall is a sign that says "BOILER PLANT". Break
the box in front of it by pressin Z to fire underwear, then head in the
mechanical personnel only door.

In here, kill the worker and wash the bunny. Nice, just one left. Leave the
boiler plant.

Take the elevator to the fourth floor.

Drop down and go left, avoiding the tintops (shouldn't the tintops RESPECT the
mechanical personnel instead of trying to kill them?). Avoid the toxic waste
drums and head up the slope on the other side of the room (you'll have to take
a northeast turn). Go through the mechanical door.

Now we can actually pick up the damn quality control Jiggy (6).

Head back to the tintop room and take the elevator to the fifth floor.

Kill the nuts and bolts and head to the opposite side of the room. Go through
the mechanical door. There are tintops in here, so quickly head left and up the
ramp on the wall of the room to reach the final bunny. He will, of course, give
you a Jiggy (7).

Head back to the elevator and go to the second floor.

Transform back into Banjo and Kazooie and warp to the first floor.

We are FINALLY done with this place (actually, we still have a freakin' THREE
Jiggies left, which we can't get until later), so leave the cursed world.

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|          3uuu         |    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   |         QUAGM3        |
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Are you guys happy with the length of that world and guide? It took me five
hours to write it. We have a TON of stuff to do, so firstly, warp to the pine
grove.

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|          3vvv         |  Isle o' Hags (Pine Grove)   |         GROVE1        |
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Go in the wigwam on the left.

Give her the Mega Glowbo. If you want Kazooie to be a dragon, jump in. You can
go anywhere with this transformation. The only change is that her stationary rat
-a-tat-rap becomes a fire breath again. Her voice becomes lower-pitched too.
Leave the wigwam and go to Witchyworld.

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|          3www            |       Witchyworld      |           WITCH2         |
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Warp to the big top and become Banjo alone. Now warp to wherever you found
Groggy, the fat kid (next to the Dodgem Dome, in the train station, or in the
Inferno). Assuming you fed him the burger, he can't move, so taxi pack him and
warp to the start. Untaxipack him and give him to Mrs. Boggy. After an amusing
scene in which the fatso tries to blame his inability to stop stuffing his face
on you, Mrs. Boggy will give you a Jiggy (10).

Warp back to Kazooie and buy some burgers from Big Al. Head to the top of the
big top, where we got a Jinjo. Opposite the Jinjo is a pair of claw clamber
boots. Put them on and rush to the back of Area 51, near the start. You'll find
some footprints, so head up them and enter Terrydactyland. This allows you to
sneak food out of Witchyworld and violate its no food outside the park (they
have it completly backwards, the standard rule is no outside food in the park).
Hooray for anarchy!

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|          3xxx            |     Terrydactyland     |           TERRY5         |
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You're in the Oogle Boogle's cave. Backtrack to the Terrydactyland guide if you
have forgotten how to get to all three Oogle Boogle's. You should have lit their
fires, so just give them all burgers. In return, the cavemen will give you a
Jiggy (9).

Leave their cave. Drop down left and head to the start. Warp to the stomping
plains.

Now that you have the Snooze Pack, Banjo is capable of getting across the plains
alone. Simply head across, let yourself be stomped, then snooze in the
footprint. Repeat the pattern until you get to the end. Step on the Banjo switch
, then use the swap cloud below to switch to Kazooie. Head across the plains
(she's fast enough to make it from footprint to footprint without being stomped)
and reuinte with Banjo, then head into the entrance you opened.

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|          3yyy            |     Hailfire Peaks     |           PEAKS2         |
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Go forward and get the Jiggy (1). Remember, this counts as a Hailfire Peaks
Jiggy, so leave.

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|          3zzz            |     Terrydactyland     |           TERRY6         |
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Warp to the start and leave.

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|          3AAA         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE5        |
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Warp to Wooded Hollow.

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|          3BBB         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW8       |
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We're going to head to an area of the hollow we've never been to before. Across
from the silo is a fairly visible crack in the wall. If you can't find it, just
hug the wall opposite the temple and Mayahem Temple. Go down it and you'll find
a giant egg shed. Enter it.

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|          3CCC            |    Heggy's Egg Shed    |           HEGGY1         |
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You have the special eggs, so Heggy will hatch them for you. Banjo will
automatically deposit the eggs in the nest. The blue egg gives you homing eggs.
You have to enter a code in the code chamber, but we're not going to do that for
a long while. The pink egg gives you the breegull bash move. Press B twice in
quick succession and Banjo will slam Kazooie on the ground. This is almost as
painful for enemies as it is for Kazooie. Now head to the bottom right corner of
the room. Bill drill the cracked plate and become Kazooie with the pads. Head up
the plank on either side of the shed and hatch the yellow egg, which lets you
use the Jinjo in multiplayer. Rejoin with Banjo and head back to Wooded Hollow.

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|          3DDD         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |        HOLLOW9        |
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Enter Jiggywiggy's Temple.

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|          3EEE            |   Jiggywiggy's Temple  |          JIGGY4          |
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Solve puzzle seven, eight, and nine. Do edge pieces first, then inners. The 7th
puzzle is of the lava side train station, the eighth puzzle is of central cavern
, and the ninth puzzle is of outside Cauldron Keep.

The first laser destroys the snowflake/fireball door blocking Hailfire Peaks.
The second one creates the bubble elevator that takes you to Cloud Cuckooland.
The third laser turns off the lasers blocking the Cauldron Keep entrance.

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|          3FFF         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |        HOLLOW10       |
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Warp to the cliff top.

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|          3GGG         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF3        |
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Head across the bridge. Before you go to Hailfire Peaks, head behind the
building and grab the claw clamber boots. Take them across the bridge and past
the silo. Run up the footprints for a Jinjo (4).

Nice, that's all the Jinjos in the Isle o' Hags. Head back and NOW enter
Hailfire Peaks.

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|          3HHH            |     Hailfire Peaks     |           PEAKS3         |
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Probably one of the more unique levels in the game, Hailfire Peaks features two
sides. One oozes in lava and has boiling hot lakes, while the other is and icy
glacier coated in snow.

Moves      - Shack Pack, Glide
Difficulty - 7/10
Enemies    - Hothead, Hothand, Red-Eyed Beehive, Gargoyle, Biggafoot, Icicle

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Despite this level being, in my opinion, less complicated than Grunty Industries
and Terrydactyland, I do find it to be the level where you're most likely to
lose honeycombs. The half you start out on is the lava side, which oozes with
lava and has fire based enemies. The second half is the icy side, which has cold
based enemies and snow covering the icy terrain. You'll be greeted to a cut-
scene in which Gobi will head into the upper portion of the train station. Keep
a very close eye on where he goes, as you'll be needing to head there later on.
Head forward up several sets of stairs and activate the warp pad. Go left along
the boiling lake. Be wary of the hothand. We're going to make a quick pit stop
on the right side. Go right and talon trot up the slope in the tunnel to reach a
ladder. In front of it are two note nests (10). Head back to the boiling lake
and go left this time. Keep the camera on the wall. The yellowy cracks are

enemies, and when you approach, a giant hothand will come out. You can kill them
with ice eggs or wait for them to retreat into their holes. As you head down the
path, collect the notes (10). Eventually, you'll here a screeching noise. I'm
not kidding. Chili Billi, the fire dragon, will accuse you of trespassing on his
volcano. If you keep moving, you shouldn't get hit by his shots of molten lava.
From Mumbo's skull, drop down below to find a stone building. First, get the
Glowbo (1). Now wander around until Chili Billi gets pissed again, then he'll
destroy his own building with a fireball. This reveals a flying pad. We'll use
it later, for now, head past the building and jump over the lava. Hit the switch
to reveal a shortcut between the tent and here. Take the shortcut right now.

Head across the bridge from the tent to the start. Now head across more pillars
in the lava. Avoid the hothead and enter the colosseum.

There's a gargoyle in here that spits fireballs at you. Go forward and head up
the stairs on the left. Now go left again (make a quick stop to blast the arch
door with a crack in it to reveal claw clamber boots) and head up the stairs.
Press the pillar switch to raise some pillars outside in the lava. Head back
down to the stairs in the middle of the back. Go right of the stairs and you
should see another stone arch with a crack. Blow it open to find a secret
passage to the Mayahem Temple Kickball Stadium.

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|                         =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-                         |
|          3III            |     Mayahem Temple     |          MAYAHEM5        |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Hit the cage switch and warp to the wigwam to become a stony, then warp back to
the stadium and go back to Hailfire Peaks.

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|          3JJJ            |     Hailfire Peaks     |           PEAKS4         |
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|                                  Lava Side                                   |
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Go up the stairs in the back to find a stony. The Colosseum has a much tougher
and different kickball league where the lowest score wins. Talk to him and enter
the quarter-finals.

Everyone starts with 0 points and you have to kick the balls into your
opponents' goals. The stonies here are more competetive, so you will have to
adjust your style a bit as well. You want to kick as many gold balls into your
opponents' goals as possible and block your own goal. Keep an eye on which
player has the least points. You want to kick the balls into his goal.
Targetting your kicks like this is much more important than in the Mayan League.

After you win, the semi-finals open.

In this stage, you both start with 50 points and can kick red balls into your
own goal. This is basically exactly like the previous round, except you want to
kick the balls into your own goal. You have to be fast so you can steal as many
balls as possible. Take the balls from your opponents by pressing B. Since you
will be kicking balls only into your own goal, you don't have to target your
kicks. Making lost distance shots allows you to lower your score more.

Enter the finals.

You have 0 points and all three types of balls. This round may take a few tries,
but combine the tips from both rounds and you should do well. Remember, you want
to kick the yellow balls into your opponents' goals at the start. Once you gain
a decent lead, start throwing yellow balls into their goals to increase their
lead. However, you want to mix in some red balls in your goal or else you'll
start racking up points.

Once you win, the coach will give you a Jiggy (2).

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|          3KKK            |     Mayahem Temple     |          MAYAHEM6        |
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Using warp pads, transform back and go back to Hailfire Peaks.

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Take the stairs on the left (right if you were coming from the entrance). They
are broken, so you'll have to jump. Exit.

Jump along the pillars to reach a waterfall. Activate the wonderwing to jump
through the waterfall and get the Jinjo (1).

Head back across the pillars and into the colosseum.

Make a left U-turn (I like u-turns) and use the Split-Up pads to become Banjo.
On a pillar near you you should see a big chain. You have to climb up it, but
it's not as easy as it looks. The gargoyles will lead you while you climb, so
you have to jump off everytime you hear them spit a fireball. When you reach the
top of the chain, jump to the left and grib grab along the crack in the pillar.
Drop down and head to the Colosseum exit.

Head to the right of the ledge and step on the Banjo switch to open a gate to a
Kazooie switch. Switch to Kazooie.

Go to the other side of the colosseum and put on the claw clamber boots we found
earlier. Use them to head up the footprints on the other pillar. Go through the
colosseum exit.

Get the Cheato Page (1).

Yeah, you thought you were gonna get the switch. Sorry. Go back in the colosseum
, foo.

Drop down and leave the colosseum through the bottom exit.

Take the tent shortcut to the area with the flying pad. Use it to fly near the
top of the colosseum. Fly along until you find the train station switch. Step on
it to open the station, which is very close to where you are. Now wingflap to
the alcove directly below the one you're in an step on the Kazooie switch,
opening another Banjo switch. Switch to Banjo and grib grab along the ledge to
the left. Press the Banjo switch to open up a Jiggy. Switch to Kazooie and drop
down to join forces with Banjo, then drop down to the bottom of the colosseum.
Head along the narrow ledge and get the Jiggy (3).

Go back to the tent and take the shortcut to the flying pad. It's time to deal
with that damned dragon. Fly up to the way WAY top of the lava side. In the
middle of the giant mountain, you should see a ledge sticking out. Land on it
and go in.

Switch to ice eggs, then climb the nearby ladder.

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                   Boss 9 : Chili Billi (Hot n' Spicy Dragon)
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                              Difficulty : 6/10

Chili Billi will think you're the pizza delivery boy and accuse you of not
giving him the pizza. He begins by firing fireballs at you. If you talon trot
and don't stop moving, he should come very close to hitting you but not actually
hit you. Stand behind one of the cannons you see. Shoot an ice egg into it to
magnify it and make it 100% accurate. Also, you're protected from the fireballs
while behind one of the cannons. Yeah! Chili Billi can't stand the cold, so you
will whack him down to 5 HP. Now hit him with two more ice eggs to reduce him to
3 HP. After a cannon has fired three eggs, it will disappear. After you can't
hit the dragon anymore, the cannons lower until he starts spitting fireballs at
you again.

Chili Billi attempts to lick you. Just switch to talon trot and stay in place,
then keep jumping when his tounge passes you. However, if he hits you, you can
easily be knocked off the entire lava crater. He's pretty slow, so you shouldn't
get hit. After that, you have to run to another cannon in talon trot. Shoot
three eggs into it to toast Chili Billi. You would think you'd get a Jiggy, but
you have to defeat his brother first. That's right, Hailfire Peaks has two
bosses.

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Wingflap down to an area with Split-Up pads and a warp pad to activate. Since
you defeated Chili Billi, you don't have to deal with the fireballs anymore.
Become Banjo alone and head along the right side, over to the colosseum. Avoid
the hothands and get the note nest as you go (25). Carefully jump along the
platforms in the lava to reach the train station.

Go up the stairs in front of you. A gargoyle will begin spitting at you, so you
have to be quick. Use the sign to call Chuffy forth. On your right is a platform
sticking out of the lava. Jump to it and then to the train station gate. Jump
over to the ledge on your right and grib grab right. You don't have Kazooie, so
you'll have to lure the snapdragon out, then quickly climb across. Get the
Hollow Honeycomb (1).

Leave the station.

You want to be on the end of the ledge near the colosseum. Line yourself up with
the first platform to the station, then jump down. It's hard, but you should
land on a ledge with a Jamjars hatch. Talk to him to learn the Shack Pack. Hold
Z and press down C to go inside your backpack, somehow allowing you to go into
tight spaces and even more ridiculously, survive lava and toxic waste. I went
through hell to make this convenient route for you (as far as getting to the
shack pack with this unconventional method), so you better be happy with the
convenience it offers you. We're going to work backwards from the shack pack.
Head along the left ledge, avoiding the hot hands. Get the first two notes as
you go (30), then head down the ramp on your left, all the way to another lava
lake. Go down the stairs you should see. We're going to make a quick detour for
a Jiggy. Head around to the front of the ledge (which overlooks the boiling lake
at the start) and jump across the platforms. Get the honeycombs if you need them
, then proceed to an area known as "Inside the Volcano".

You have to hit switches in here to raise bridges. You have limited oxygen (but
it drains slowly), so don't waste time. Drop down at the start and hit the "I"
switch on the right. This raises a bridge on your left. Head up it and hit the
"II" switch to raise a third bridge. Jump to the center platform and then to the
third bridge where you can hit the "III" switch. From the switch, you can double
jump to the three-segment bridge you just rose. Hit the "IV" switch. Head back
to the center platform via the "IV" bridge and jump to the "V" switch. Double
jump back to the center and double jump to the Jiggy switch. Hit it and on top
of the center platform, a Jiggy will appear (4). It also raises a path to three
information signs.

Leave the volcano area via the start.

Head back across the platforms and up the stairs on the right. Continue upwards
where you'll have to jump several ledges and bypass a hothand. Up here is
another boiling lake. Shack pack into it. In the middle is Din-Din the fish (1)
and in a back alcove you'll find a Jinjo (2).

Use the ramp in the front to get back out, then head over to the Split-Up pads
rightwards along the ledge. You'll have to face some hot hands. Get the note
nest as you go (40). Join with Kazooie and head back to the boiling lake where
you got the Jinjo. Talon trot up the slope right of it. Before you head to the
icy side, highjump to the left ledge and go left. Kill the snapdragon and at the
end, get the Hollow Honeycomb (2).

Grib grab back and head to the icy side.

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|                                   Icy Side                                   |
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Unlike in Freezeezy Peak, you won't slip on the snow. You slip on the ice
instead, unless you talon trot. The aliens who's ship you powered up in the
lagoon are here to get their kids back. The ship malfunctions and the turbulance
results in the alien dad falling off the ship and dying. Lovely. Jump down and
wingflap. Use the beak buster just before you land to break your fall. You
shouldn't lose any honeycombs. You will also immediately encounter a bigafoot.
These guys are yetis who patrol the icy side. They take two rat-a-tat-raps, but
their ice base causes them to fall to one measley fire egg. The platform you're
near has some notes, so make a semi-u-turn and highjump to the ledge. Smash the
ice cubes on either side to get the notes (50). Jump down and head forward. You
should see two alcoves across from each other in the walls. Head to the one on
the right and activate the warp pad. Chilly Willy will accuse you of trespassing
on his glacier and begin to hurl ice balls at you. Great. Go to the left side
and you'll see a ramp down. Ignore the ramp for now and bust open the two ice
cubes for notes (60). Drop down the cliff to a lower part of the icy side. Head
forward, following hte ice trail, to meet Bigafoot, a bigafoot on steroids with
an enormous foot. Don't get too close or he'll smack you with it. Since he's
guarding a pair of claw clambers, wander around him until Chilly Willy hurls an
iceball, severely injuring Bigafoot's precious giant foot. We're going to deal
with the ice dragon right now, so put on the boots and turn around. Follow the
ice path (don't go in the snow) and head up the first footprint set. Turn left
and head up another and head into the ice crater.

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                  Boss 10 : Chilly Willy (Cold n' Icy Dragon)
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                              Difficulty : 6.5/10

Chilly Willy will think you're the pizza delivery boy and accuse you of not
giving him the pizza. He begins by firing iceballs at you. If you talon trot
and don't stop moving, he should come very close to hitting you but not actually
hit you. Stand behind one of the cannons you see. Shoot a fire egg into it to
magnify it and make it 100% accurate. Also, you're protected from the iceballs
while behind one of the cannons. Yeah! Chilly Willy can't stand the heat, so you
will whack him down to 11 HP. Whichver dragon you fight has more HP and is a bit
faster. Now hit him with two more fire eggs to reduce him to 9 HP. After a
cannon has fired three eggs, it will disappear. After you can't hit the dragon
anymore, the cannons lower until he starts spitting iceballs at you again.

Chilly Willy attempts to lick you. Just switch to talon trot and stay in place,
then keep jumping when his tounge passes you. However, if he hits you, you can
easily be knocked off the entire ice crater. He's a bit faster, but you
still shouldn't get hit. After that, you have to run to another cannon in talon
trot. Shoot three eggs into it and you're half done.

Dodge his licks again and head over to a cannon once they raise again. Fire
three more eggs in the cannon to lower him to 3 HP.

After another licking round, head to the last cannon. Depending on when you
start running, you may get hit once, but that's okay. Fire the last three eggs
to toast Chilly Willy. Since you've beaten the hothead and the frosty fool, you
get a Jiggy (5).

Leave the ice crater.

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Take the claw clamber boots down. Going down is something I've never told you to
do, and it can be tricky. You have to jump into the footprints. Remember that
ramp that leads down I told you about earlier, by the notes? Head down it now,
it should be on your right. You'll see an igloo, which is Boggy's igloo. Go up
the ledges northeast of where you came. Bust open the ice cubes for some notes
(70) and talk to Mildred Ice Cube. Her husband, George, was knocked off into the
sky by a blizzard, and she wants you to find George. We'll meet him,
unfortunately. What we're about to do to Mildred grimly foreshadows the fate of
the other ice cube... Bill drill Mildred to get her Jinjo (3).

Head inside Boggy's igloo.

Talk to Boggy and he'll go on about his wide-screen TV. As Mrs. Boggy said in
Witchyworld, Boggy _has_ gotten fatter. He'll tell you he wants a hot fish, so
give him Din-Din and he'll cough up a Jiggy (6).

If you want to see the kids, go downstairs. There isn't anything useful, but it
can be fun. Leave the igloo.

Drop down and go forward. Head up the ramp on your right to find a warp pad to
activate, plus some Split-Up pads. Across from the warp pad are some ledges with
ice cubes that have notes (80). Warp to the lower fiery side.

Head left from the boiling lake and avoid the hothands, then enter Mumbo's
skull.

The left wall has a segment with a crack in it. Break it open with a grenade egg
, which creates a useful link between the wigwam and the skull. Head upstairs
and give Mumbo the Glowbo (0). Head to the icy side via the shortcut.

Leave the wigwam and head up the ramp left of the wigwam. Carefully tread to the
ice cube on the ledge and break it open. Use the Mumbo Pad to revive the alien
dad. After some arguing, the alien will tell you the three alien kids are around
the glacier and need to be rounded up. The three alien kids will be shown to
you. One of them, which is below you, is dead. Unfortunately, we can't revive it
yet. Use the shortcut to go back to the skull and become Banjo and Kazooie
again.

Head back to the icy side with the shortcut.

Bill drill the ice covering the dead alien. Banjo and Kazooie can't do anything,
so look for a gap in the ledge with the Split-Up pads that leads to icy water.
Go to it and head to the ground on the left. Highjump to the ledge and grib grab
right, killing the snap dragon. Bill drill more ice and the alien will return to
the dad. Also get the Glowbo (1). Head back to the skull via the shortcut and
become Mumbo.

Go back to the icy side.

Use the Mumbo Pad where you revived the dad to revive the child, who will return
to her dad, who is five feet away... Now head past the Wumba area. Jump up the
ledges to reach the igloo. Left of the igloo is another icy ledge that leads to
an ice cube trapping a Mumbo Pad. Perform the heal spell to ressurect Sabreman.
The Sabrewulf chased him here, and the ice dragon froze him in his tracks. To
get him back to his tent on the lava side, we have to use the taxi pack. We'll
save this for a bit later. Take the shortcut back to the skull.

Head to the fire side and change to Banjo and Kazooie, then go back to the icy
side.

Throw the Glowbo (0) into the pool and jump in to become the snowball. While it
looks small at first, you can roll around in the snow to gain size as well as
honeycombs. Hold B to use the roll attack. Exit the wigwam.

Go up the ramp on the right that leads to the upper side. Go left and use the
warp pad in the alcove on your right. Select "Fire Side - Upper Area."

As quickly as possible, hold B and charge leftward. You'll kill the hothands as
you go. Charge up the ramp back to the icy side.

Head left to roll around in the snow to gain weight if you lose any energy. Now
head to the right to go on top of the building thing near the oil drill. Hit the
power switch to turn on the drill, which will dig up a Jiggy. Roll off the
platform and head forward. You're in the upper side of the icy side. Go down the
SECOND ramp on the left to the lower side. Go up the ramp to the Split-Up pads
and head across from the pads. Hit the icy side train station switch. Roll back
to the upper side and head over to the claw clamber boots area. There's a giant
ice pillar in the middle. To the right of that you'll find a Jinjo in a crack.
Roll forward to get it (roll attack), but a FIERCE wind will come out. You have
to keep rolling forward while holding B. It's hard, but you'll eventually get
the Jinjo (4).

The wind stops once you get the Jinjo. Head to the opposite side of the ice
pillar and go up the ramp. Head down the ramp leading to the lower side and go
in the wigwam. You have to use the fire to shrink down to one honeycomb.

Become Banjo and Kazooie again, then leave the wigwam.

We're going to discover the final area of Hailfire Peaks. From the warp pad,
head up the stairs past the train station switch. Drop down and take 45 degree
turn right. You should see an icy area with a cave entrance. Head through.

Welcome to the icicle grotto. Switch to talon trot and just zoom up the icy
pathway. You'll go through two rooms where icicles will attack you, but you can
just ignore them. Once you get past the icicles, bust open the shock jump pad in
the right ice cube (the "Jinjo" is a Minjo. Shock jump to the next level, then
kill the icicle and shock jump to the final level. Activate the warp pad and
head along the ledges on the left. Kill the icicles and head to the Split-Up
pads. Become Banjo and backtrack all the way to the very first room of the
grotto. Look at the middle of your righthand side and you should see a green
area. Go to it and you'll see a greenish icicle. Climb up it and you'll find a
tiny hole. Shack Pack to get through the hole to find a Cheato Page (2).

You can't get back to Kazooie, so let yourself die to the icicles. Switch to
Kazooie and backtrack a little. Take a left turn and go into egg aim, facing the
other end of the grotto. On the ceiling you will find a bunch of icicles. Shoot
them with grenade eggs to make them fall. When they're all laid down, hop across
them to the other side. Make a quick stop to fire a grenade at the ice cube on
the left trapping the treble clef in the middle. Hop to it via the icicle and
get it (100). Head back to the main path and continue to the other end. Go up
the slope and kill the icicles in the room. Head to the lava side via the path
on the right.

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Get the Hollow Honeycomb (3) and go back.

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|                                   Icy Side                                   |
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Head out of the icicle grotto through the exit on the right.

Talk to Jamjars to learn the Glide, a truly great move that lets you soar
through the air without red feathers as Kazooie alone. Though you can't fly
higher, it's extremely useful for getting to high or otherwise hard to reach
places. Press A to jump and hold Z to glide. You can combine this with the leg
spring to get a higher start. Head back into the icicle grotto.

Go down the slope. Leg spring from the ledge and glide across the icicles you
knocked down. You'll easily make it into the alcove across with the Jinjo (5).

Head back across the icicles and return to where you learned the glide. From the
hatch, glide to the top of the icy pillar to get a Cheato Page (3).

Now look left. You should see a ledge sticking out. It's above the Split-Up pads
on the upper side. Leg spring and glide to it to find the final alien child. Use
the hatch move on him and he'll return to his dad. The aliens will board the
ship and leave a Jiggy behind. Jump to the right to where the igloo is visible.
Glide over to sabreman past the igloo. Shoot him with three fire eggs to thaw
him out. Sabreman happens to be the only character Kazooie shows even the
slightest amount of respect for. She's glad to help out an old hero. Head to the
Split-Up pads near the wigwam and warp to the icicle grotto.

Join with Banjo and warp back to the wigwam.

Split-Up to become Banjo alone and head over to Sabreman. Put him in your taxi
pack and head near the warp pad. First, get the alien Jiggy (7).

Now warp to the upper icy side. We're gonna get that oil Jiggy.

You can actually use the other pack moves while you're taxi packing, so head
over to the oil. Find the small hole in the pipe and Shack Pack into it.

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|          3MMM            |   Grunty Industries    |         GRUNTYI3         |
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Get the Jiggy (8) and leave. Even though we're in Grunty Industries, it counts
as a Hailfire Peaks Jiggy.

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Use the warp pad on the upper side to get to the lower fire side.

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|                                  Lava Side                                   |
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Head back and over to the tent. Unpack Sabremand and he'll give you a Jiggy
(9).

Use the Split-Up pads right by the start of HPL to get Kazooie.

Warp to the fire side.

Join with Banjo and use the shortcut behind the tent to reach the flying pad.
Use it to fly WAY UP over the place you entered the train station. Land on the
ledge above the train station entrance and head into the upper train station
entrance where Gobi went. I told you to pay attention when he went there.

It's time to piss off Gobi.. ONE... LAST... TIME. Nooo!! Beak bust his hump and
he'll spit his water into the boiler of the train, cooling it enough for you to
go to the icy side. Head into the train and go to the icy side.

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|                                   Icy Side                                   |
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Hop out of the train and jump in the water. Climb the icicle you should see.
Head forward into the door, avoiding the Minjo.

Get the Jiggy (10).

Yay! For once, we got all the items in one go! Take the train back to the fire
side.

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Leave the train station.

Hop across the platforms on the lava lake and head around the ledge. Go left to
the Split-Up Pads. Warp to the bottom of the lava side.

Leave Hailfire Peaks.

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|          3OOO         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF5        |
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Head to Jolly Roger's Lagoon.

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|          3PPP            |  Jolly Roger's Lagoon  |           JOLLY5         |
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We're here to get two Jiggies and a Cheato Page. The tenth Jiggy can't be done
yet. First, Split-Up to become Kazooie. Head into that crack we made at the end
of our last trip to Jolly Roger's Lagoon.

Go down the stairs into Smuggler's Cavern.

Glide to the pillar with the Jiggy (8) and leave the cavern.

Head into Mumbo's skull.

Go into the crack we made on the left wall.

You're in a beachy area. Kill the sailor dude and head left to meet Tiptup from
Banjo-Kazooie. His egg isn't hatching and he needs help. Perform the hatch move
and he'll be hatched, but is upside down. Wing whack him to solve the problem
and get a Jiggy (9).

Join back with Banjo and warp to Atlantis.

Head northeast and you should see a building. It's between the seaweed sanctum
and the temple of the fishes. Go towards it and break the Kazooie door with a
talon torpedo, then head inside.

These are the ancient swimming baths. Head to the surface and kill the sailor
man. Go up the stairs and become Kazooie alone, then turn around. Leg spring and
glide to the ledge above the water for a Cheato Page (3).

Rejoin with Banjo and leave the baths.

Warp to town square and leave the lagoon.

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|          3QQQ         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF6        |
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Warp to the wasteland.

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|          3RRR         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE6        |
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Left of the Terrydactyland entrance is a slope leading to a blue wall with a
crack in it. Head through the crack and immediately turn around. Get the Isle o'
Hags last few notes (100). Now jump in the bubble ahead to be transported to
Cloud Cuckooland above.

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|          3SSS            |    Cloud Cuckooland    |           CLOUD1         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Up in the sky, on a giant mountain, you'll be performing some of the most absurd
tasks known to video-game kind, such as going in a cheese wedge and a jelly
castle. Inside the mountain is a HUGE hub called central cavern, which has about
a dozen different entrances. Since there are only two warp pads, the emphasis is
on using blastaplants (which are eggplants that shoot you around the level) and
the central cavern exits to get around the world.

Moves      - Sack Pack
Difficulty - 6.5/10
Enemies    - Zubba, Flatso, Flower, Eyeballus Jiggium

There are a couple things you should know about Cloud Cuckooland. First, there
are a mere two warp pads. One is at the start, the other is inside the gigantic
mountain. The inside of the mountain (which is enormous and has about twelve
different exits to the outside) is called central cavern. Activate the warp pad
behind the bubble. You should see a rat guy in a gym uniform. We have to beat
him in three competitions to get his medal. The first event is the highjump. Go
past the bubble and you'll see an eggplant, called a blastaplant. Jump into it
and it will propel you to a pre-determined direction onto gelatin. There are
several of these in this world. You should see a bunch of dirt patches. Bill
drill them all to uncover a pair of springy step shoes, two magic beans (2), and
a Hollow Honeycomb (1), among other prizes.

Put on the springy step shoes and take the blastaplant back to the start. Jump
over the bar set by Mr. Fit and he'll move onto the next event, since you've
beaten his best height. Head back to the dirt patches and head into the cavern.

Get the note nest (5) and wingflap down. You should see a killer beehive on your
left. All the notes are in the cavern, and the bad guys are flat guys that pop
out of the ground. Head forward and up the ledges, then go up the ramp. Activate
the warp pad and get the three note nests (20). Split up and become Kazooie. To
me, the best way to do this world is to activate everything before attempting to
get Jiggies. Below the Split-Up pads you should see an egg. Use the hatch move
on it to hatch a floatus floatium. These guys will let Banjo fly around certain
areas for a limited amount of time when he taxi packs them. From here, glide to
the platform with the jelly on it. Left of the jelly is a shock jump pad. Use it
to reach a Jinjo (1).

Glide back to the Split-Up pads. Now head down the ramp and you should see some
claw clamber boots. Turn the camera so you can see a safe and a big ramp leading
up. Put the on the boots and QUICKLY rush up the ramp and up the footprints. Get
the note nests (25) and head outside.

Hatch the floatus floatium and look northeast. You should see a giant trashcan.
Glide to the top of it and in the center you'll find a Hollow Honeycomb (2).

Drop down to the BACK of the trashcan. Look for a hole, then shoot a clockwork
Kazooie egg inside of it.

Detonate the bomb on the switch. This is one of the four numbers needed to open
the safe (Superstash) inside the central cavern. He'll open up once you activate
all four switches.

Head to the front of the trashcan. Press the Kazooie switch and head inside.

Go to the middle and talk to Guffo the trashcan. He's going to be evicted if he
doesn't score at least 50 points worth of germs, so we're going to help him. RGB
germs pop out of the floor of the can. Just use the wing whack. If you
constantly wing whack and move around, going to where the most germs are, you'll
score 50 points. Guffo will give you a Jiggy (1).

We're not done in here. Look for a brown bottle that says "Jolly's Juice". Leg
spring on top of it and quickly leg spring again. Glide to the nearby Snacky
Fatty yellow and purple box. It make take a couple tries, but you'll eventually
get it and reach the Jinjo (2).

Leave the can.

Use the flying pad nearby to fly the other side of the mountain. When you find
purple ground and a cheese wedge, land on the ledge that's sticking out of the
mountain. While you're in the air, the eyeballus jiggium plants that Gruty owns
will try to attack you. They can't do jack squat unless you're airborne, so land
on the ledge sticking out of the mountain. Hatch the floatus floatium and glide
right to the blue Mumbo skull. Kill the flower and enter the central cavern.

Get the notes (30) and join up with Banjo again. Head to where you found the
Kazooie footprints. Grib grab across the ledge above the jelly. Kill the
snapdragon. At the end, fire a clockwork Kazooie in the jelly hole and activate
the switch at the end. Drop down and head forward. Highjump up the ledge ahead
and you should see a big pool of water. Backflip to the ledge on your left and
jump in THAT pool. Underwater is a Glowbo (1). Now head out and jump into the
other pool, the first one you saw. Get the note in front of the exit (35), then
swim through the exit.

Head forward and you should see a Kazooie rock. Talon torpedo it to unblock the
drain. The water will drain into Dippy the dinosaur's pool. As a reward, he'll
give you a Jiggy (10).

Go towards the entrance to the cavern. On your left are some ledges. Use them to
get to the land, then head around the ledge (be careful of the bee). Use the
flying pad to head leftward. Ignore the eyeball and fly past the trashcan. You
should see Wumba's wigwam. Land on her platform and go left of the wigwam to
meet Mary Canary again! Jump on the clockwork mouse to race her for a second
time.

The clockwork mouse race is a HELL of a lot harder. The clockwork mouse is less
responsive, and Mary is faster. On the first race, you can get away with
pounding the button like HELL. She'll give you a Jiggy (2).

Now jump on for the second race. Here, you can't just pound the button. If you
pass Mary, she'll speed up and it'll become impossible to win. You have to stay
just behind her, speed up when she starts getting ahead, then slow down if you
almost pass her. At the end of the race, pound the button and she won't be able
to pass you quickly enough. She'll give you a Cheato Page (1).

Once you win, head in the wigwam.

Give her the Glowbo (0) and transform into a bee.. again. Except this time, you
can hold Z to fire stingers and use B to get a speed boost. Fly to the top of
the wigwam, onto the support beams. On the beams you'll find a Jinjo (3).

Leave the wigwam.

Our first order of business is to destroy the damn eyeball plants. Press A twice
to take flight, then hold Z to start firing. First, head over to the lake in the
green land. It's on the cliff face ledge. Zap it with a stinger and it'll die.
Now, head right around the mountain. On a ledge near the blue Mumbo skull, there
is another eyeballus jiggium plant. Now head to the cheese wedge and you'll find
another eyeball, this one closer to the cheese wedge. Kill it and fly to
the orange place where you drained the water. You'll find another eyeball.
They're all gone, so they can no longer pass on the Jiggy (3).

Once you get the Jiggy, fly up to the very top of the mountain. You'll see a
zubba target. Shoot it and a small time limit appears. If you stay in the air
and hold Z, you should be able to shoot it enough times for the zubba's hive to
open. Go in.

These bees are really nice. They want you to shoot their own hive members to
score enough points. 50 points gets you first prize, and 40 points gets you
second. All you have to do is fly somewhat close to the top of the room and hold
Z. Shoot the green and blue zubbas. You might want to keep moving around the
area to change your vantage point. If you score 50 points, you'll get a Jiggy
(4) and a Cheato Page (2).

Leave the hive and fly back to the wigwam.

Transform back into Banjo and Kazooie and exit the wigwam.

Take the blastaplant right of the wigwam back to near the start. Drop down to
the ledge below. Kill the flower and head forward to meet George ice cube, who
wants you to push him, since he reckons he's above the icy side. Give him a beak
barge. Unfortunately, he lands in the lava side, in the boiling lake. This turns
out to be good for us, as it cools the water. Head over to the lake in this area
and you should see a ledge on your right, above the lake. Shoot a clockwork
Kazooie egg to it and steer the bomb into the hole. Detonate it on the switch.
Now the safe has three numbers put in it. Jump into the lake and dive under to
get a Glowbo (1). Go into central cavern via the underwater exit to get the note
nest (65), then go back outside. What you want to do now is use the flying pad
George was trapping to fly near the top of the mountain. There's a red ledge
sticking out of the mountain, so land on it. Enter the cavern.

Shoot the zubba immediately. Very carefully head across the narrow ledge. Get
the notes and the treble clef (70). Fire a clockwork Kazooie into the small hole
at the other end.

Detonate the bomb on the final switch. This opens Superstash to reveal a Jiggy.
We're not going to get the Jiggy right now, so head back across the bridge and
leave the cavern.

Take the flying pad to the blue Mumbo skull. Go in.

 If the Jinjo is a Minjo, head to the red skull instead. Otherwise, collect the
Jinjo (4). Talk to Mumbo and he'll zap you.

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               Boss 11 : Mingy Jongo (Crafty Shaman Impersonator)
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                              Difficulty : 6.5/10

Mingy Jongo can be a little tricky, but he's not bad at all for the last world
boss. His eyes turn red and he begins zapping you with fireballs. They home in
on you if you're close, but if you keep your distance, they don't home. Stay far
away until his zapstick fails. Take the opportunity to rat-a-tat-rap him. Mingy
Jongo's disguise is broken a bit, and his HP lowers from 8 to 7.

Mingy will teleport and begin firing more zap shocks. Don't use eggs, use rat-a-
tat-raps. Eggs are too slow. The rat-a-tat-rap works best because it can hit him
when he teleports to higher places like windows. Everytime his zapstick fails,
hit him before he fixes it. After you lower him to 4 HP, things get a little
different.

Mingy Jongo will fire a shock, then teleport quickly. Therefore, you have to
wait for him to fire some shocks. His zapstick will fail eventually, giving you
the opportunity to hit him. Since he's teleporting all over the place, you're
not going to be able to hit him until his zapstick fails. Keep hitting him until
his disguise is completely ruined. If you need health, there's a honeycomb in
front of the window. Once his disguise is gone, hit him with one last blow and
he'll explode, leaving behind a Jiggy (5).

Leave the skull.

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Use the flying pad nearby to fly to the cheese wedge. Head to the back of the
platform underneath the cheese wedge and plant one of your seeds (1) in the
dirt. Use the blastaplant on the side to launch yourself back to a platform near
the blue skull. Go in the cavern.

Get the note nest (75) and wingflap down. Head right and down some ledges. Look
for a red part of the cavern. Get the note nest (80) and head outside.

Use the flying pad and head left. There are a bunch of gold platforms. Across
from the floatus floatium is a blastapland. Land there and deposit your other
bean into the hole. Now use the blastaplant to reach the gold platform. Kill the
zubba and head across the ledges. If you found Mingy Jongo in the blue skull, go
in the red skull. If you found him in the red skull, use the flying pad to reach
the blue skull and head inside.

Give Mumbo the Glowbo (0) and head outside.

Go in the central cavern.

First, head over to the Superstash and make a quick stop to get the Jiggy (6).

Now head up the ramp leading to the Kazooie footprints. Jump up the ledges and
head along the narrow ledge to reach an exit. Go outside, getting the note nest
(85).

Go forward. You should see a ledge sticking out of this giant platform. Go up
towards that to find the Mumbo Pad. Press B to perform the rain dance. This
creates a rainbow leading to the Pot o' Gold and makes your beans grow into
beanstalks. I suggest killing yourself to appear back at the skull, then getting
Banjo and Kazooie back. All you have to do is jump off =p. Head back into the
cavern.

Go around the cavern. Look for a green entrance with a note nest in front of it.
Get the note nest (90) and head outside.

Kill the flower and highjump to the coinstack on your left. Hit the Rareware
switch to open up the Pot o' Gold temporarily. Talon trot across the rainbow and
jump into the Pot o' Gold.

There's a fun little mini-game to play here, but you have to activate it first.
On the sides of the podium in the center are holes, with pictures of four types
of eggs. Shoot the corresponding eggs into their holes to activate the game.
Jump onto the podium. You have 45 seconds to shoot at least 90 Jiggies for first
prize and 75 Jiggies for second prize. You get rapid-fire eggs, so hold Z. Look
up at the wall to see the Jiggies. When you hit one, it becomes clear. Just hold
Z, aim at a Jiggy, then move the control stick left or right to hit the row (all
around the room). You'll miss a few, but that's okay. When you've hit most of
the Jiggies in one row, move onto the next. When all the rows are done, hit the
Jiggies you missed. You should score at least 90 points, so Grunty gives you a
Cheato Page (3) and a Jiggy (7). You can also try to hit all 100, if you want.
It's not easy, and you'll only have like a couple seconds left. I've only
managed to do it a couple times.

Leave the Pot o' Gold.

Head behind the pot and get the Hollow Honeycomb (3). Use the blastaplant in
front of the pot to get back to the start. Go in the cavern.

Head to the Split-Up pads to become Banjo. Use the close floatus floatium to
reach the platform with the jelly on it (you got the Jinjo there). You have to
taxi pack it, and you can press B to release it once you're on the other side.
Go to the right side of the platform. Use the shack pack to go into the small
hole (just hug the wall) and enter the part behind the jelly. Get the final
notes (100). You have all 900 notes now, so talk to Jamjars to learn the game's
last move, the Sack Pack. Hold Z and press up C to make Banjo use his backpack
as a sack. This lets you hop across dangerous liquids and survive dangerous
terrain. We could've learned this MUCH earlier, but I don't regret waiting this
long. Head back out of the hole and drop down. Go outside through the blue
entrance to the blue Mumbo skull. It's on your right.

Make an immediate left U-turn and climb up the vine. Use the blastaplant and it
will take you to the jelly castle. This is pretty much the lowest platform in
Cloud Cuckooland. Drop off the castle and find the tiny hole. Use the shack pack
to go inside and get the Jiggy (8).

Leave the castle and take the blastaplant to the blue Mumbo skull. Climb the
vine again and very carefully sack pack across the thorns. You have to be
careful because the zubba could easily knock you off. At the end, use the
floatus floatium to reach the bean stalk. Climb it and head into the cheese
wedge.

You have limited air due to the toxic gas inside the cheese. Activate the sack
pack and wait for a spiked onion to come down. Hop onto it. This can be a little
tricky, but you'll get it eventually. Just remember not to move on the onion, as
you hop when you move. When the onion comes to another onion, jump to it.
Remember, if you're low on air, you can always exit and re-enter the cheese.
Wait for the third onion to come to you, then jump for it. It will take you to
the fourth onion. Jump to it, then jump to the ledge to get the final Jinjo (5)
in Cloud Cuckooland. We still have that one last Jinjo in Spiral Mountain. We
could've gotten it eariler, but I figured it would be better to wait for all the
Cheato Pages.

Shack pack into the tiny hole to leave the cheese wedge.

Head around the jelly encased ledge and into another small hole.

Get the Jiggy (9).

Head back through the tiny hole and into the main part of the cheese wedge, then
jump down and leave the wedge.

Climb down the beak stalk and use the blastaplant. It will take you back to the
platform above Mumbo's skull. Head back into the central cavern.

Jump down. You'll lose energy, but you can snooze pack it back. Head straight
forward to the red exit. Go outside.

Now you're by the red Mumbo skull. Make a left and climb another vine. Wait for
the GOD DAMN zubba to get near you, then pack whack it. Jump across the ledges
and use the floatus floatium to reach the bean stalk. Climb up it to find Mr.
Fit's second event, the sack race. Put on your sack pack and talk to him.

If you want to win, you have to use the shortcut dead ahead. Be careful! It's
easy to fall, and then you have to start the race all over again. You don't have
to hold Z to maintain your sack pack during this, which is good for people like
me who have small hands but want to hold the R button. When you win, Mr. Fit
moves on to the final event. He accuses you of cheating.. Heh. For once, someone
is right when they say you're cheating. Of course, if it's cheating, then why is
the shortcut there in the first place? Take the blastaplant back across to the
ledge and go back in the cavern.

Drop down and snooze pack your lost energy. Head back to the Split-Up pads and
switch to Kazooie.

Go near the footprints. Like with Mumbo, head right of the footprints and go up
the narrow ledge. Pass the exit and you'll find a pair of Turbo Trainers. Slap
on the shoes, THEN leave the cavern.

You'll find Mr. Fit again. The final race is the footrace, which is probably the
easiest event of all. Just hold the control stick forward and you'll win. Mr.
Fit will give you his Jiggy (10).

Head back in the cavern.

Wingflap down and join up with Banjo. Warp to the start and leave Cloud
Cuckooland through the bubble.

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|          3TTT         |   Isle o' Hags (Wasteland)   |         WASTE7        |
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Warp to the cliff top.

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|          3UUU         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF7        |
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Head to Hailfire Peaks.

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|          3VVV            |     Hailfire Peaks     |           PEAKS7         |
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Split up and become Banjo. Go forward and use the shack pack to enter the
boiling hot lake. Press the Banjo switch in the lake. Since George ice cube
cooled the water, it will drain into the Jolly Roger's Lagoon pigs' pool.
They'll give you the final JRL Jiggy (10).

Join with Kazooie and leave the peaks.

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|          3WWW         |   Isle o' Hags (Cliff Top)   |         CLIFF8        |
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Warp to Wooded Hollow.

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|          3XXX         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW11      |
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Go to Jiggywiggy's Temple.

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|          3YYY            |   Jiggywiggy's Temple  |          JIGGY5          |
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Solve the final puzzle. You have to put in all the pieces, but these puzzles
really aren't hard. Just do the edge pieces first. The picture is of the gun
chamber. The laser deactivates the lasers at the very top of Cauldron Keep.
Leave the temple.

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|          3ZZZ         | Isle o' Hags (Wooded Hollow) |         HOLLOW12      |
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Warp to Jinjo village.

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|           3.a         | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) |         JINJO5        |
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Head to Spiral Mountain.

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|           3.b            |    Spiral Mountain     |          SPIRAL4         |
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Head over to the waterfalls. Dive underwater and look around for a Kazooie door.
It's under one of the waterfalls. Talon torpedo it to get the game's final Jinjo
(1).

Go to Grunty's lair.

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|           3.c            |    Gruntilda's Lair    |           LAIR2          |
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Give Cheato the final pages. He'll tell you the last three cheats: FALLBACK,
HONEYBACK, JUKEBOX. I'm not going to tell you to put these in the code chamber.
The first two cheats are cheap cheats that make the game less fun (fallback
prevents you from losing honeycombs from falling, and honeyback makes your
honeycombs regenerate), and the last one is purely a bonus. It fixes the jukebox
in Jolly Roger's Lagoon so you can perform a sound test. Leave the lair.

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|           3.d            |    Spiral Mountain     |          SPIRAL5         |
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Go back to Jinjo Village.

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|           3.e         | Isle o' Hags (Jinjo Village) |         JINJO6        |
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Warp to the plateau.

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|           3.f         |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |        PLATEA10       |
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Enter Honey B's hive.

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|           3.g            |     Honey B's Hive     |           HONEY4         |
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Talk to her and trade your last nine Hollow Honeycombs for your tenth and final
honeycomb in your life bar. Honey B reveals that she's not really the mistress
of honey, so she doesn't have anymore honeycombs to give you. Leave her hive.

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|           3.h         |    Isle o' Hags (Plateau)    |        PLATEA11       |
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Warp to the quagmire.

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|           3.i         |    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   |         QUAGM4        |
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Go to Grunty Industries.

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|           3.j            |   Grunty Industries    |         GRUNTYI3         |
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Yep. We're here to get the game's VERY LAST Jiggies. Head inside the industry.

Split up and become Banjo. Head into the air conditioning plant.

Head to the right. Remember you got that note nest, then went back? This time,
go up the ladder. You'll head through a really long and dark tunnel. When you
reach the end, kill the nuts and bolts. Left of the giant fan is an entrance to
the waste disposal plant. Go through.

Use the shack pack to go into the toxic water and get the Jiggy (8), then leave
the waste disposal plant.

Go back and leave the AC plant.

Head into the main waste disposal plant.

Assuming you raised the toxic water on our first trip, you can get this Jiggy.
Sack pack across the toxic water and hit the Banjo switch to destroy the case
with the Jiggy (9), then sack pack back and head up the ladder by the Hailfire
Peaks Oil Pipeline to leave the plant.

Go back to the Split-Up pads and become Kazooie, then head outside the plant.

Go up on the ramp above the entrance to the level. Use the egg aim to shoot the
window across from you (above the building entrance). Leg spring and glide into
it. You'll barely make it, so you can use the flying pad if you want.

You're on a secret platform on the first floor. A cut-scene will show you a tank
with a Jiggy above a tintop unit. Switch to grenade eggs and glide over to it
and land as soon as you reach the VERY edge. QUICKLY go into egg aim and start
shooting the tintops. You can only kill them when they open up to reveal their
blue segment. Once they're all gone, you can get the Jiggy (10). Jamjars will
tell you there is a bonus for you on the cinema scene for getting all 90
Jiggies.

Join up with Banjo and leave Grunty Industries for good.

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|           3.k         |    Isle o' Hags (Quagmire)   |         QUAGM5        |
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On the pipe in this area, head right along it. Kill the dragons and at the end,
you should find a pair of claw clamber boots. Put them on and follow the pipe to
the other end, then head up the footprints to reach the Cauldron Keep entrance.
First, head past the entrance to hit a shock jump pad switch. A shock jump pad
appears below, which lets you shock jump to a pipe you can climb to reach this
ledge more easily. Now go into Cauldron Keep.

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|           3.l            |     Cauldron Keep      |         CAULDRO1         |
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Grunty's castle, which towers above the Isle o' Hags with the B.O.B. sticking
out of the top. A moat of toxic gunk greets you at the entrance. Are you ready
for the ultimate challenge?

Difficulty - 6.5/10

Head up the ramp on either side at the start and activate the warp pad. Use the
Split-Up pads to become Banjo. Double jump, shack pack, or sack pack across the
moat and hit the Banjo switch. Switch to Kazooie and glide across to hit the
Kazooie switch. The drawbridge opens, but there's an electric gate blocking it.
Join up and head to the back of the tower. Kill the Minjo and press the Banjo-
Kazooie switch to turn off the gate. Head into the tower.

Go forward.

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                  Boss 12 : Klungo (Career-Questioning Minion)
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                               Difficulty : 3/10

Banjo thinks the room is empty, but Kazooie points out that the music has
changed, and that means that there's going to be a fight. Klungo falls out of a
hole in the ceiling to defend Grunty's castle. Klungo is a little tougher this
time, but he's still no problem. Klungo will select one of three potions - green
, red, or blue. He won't use the one he used last time. Whichever one he hasn't
used yet he'll use now. The green potion will make him invisible, the red will
make him huge, and the blue will make clones of him. It takes three hits to beat
him no matter what. In between hits he forms a forcefield and throws potions at
you. If he uses the green potion, hit him right away each time before he moves,
and stay close. If he uses the blue potion, attack the one that moves last, as
that is the real Klungo. If he uses the red potion, just attack him before he
stomps you. Klungo is terribly beaten up, but he's learned to lead you when he
throws his potions. What you want to do is switch to talon trot and change
direction everytime he throws a potion. That will pretty much ensure that you
won't get hit.

Once you hit Klungo three times, the lasers blocking off the next room
deactivate and he leaves the castle. He abandons Grunty and decides to find a
new career.

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Head forward into the next room.

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|           3.m            |    Tower of Tragdy     |          TRAGEDY         |
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                           Round 1 - One Gets Tonned
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Yep, another game show to play! This time, you'll be facing Gruntilda's sisters,
Mingella and Blobbelda, as opponents. Here's how it works. Each contestant
starts with zero points. Gruntilda reads questions off of her question cards. To
buzz in, press B. Select one of the three answers and press A to submit it. You
only have five seconds to answer, so think quickly. If you answer incorrectly,
you lose two points (the points CAN go negative). Answer correctly and you earn
two points. If you get it wrong, another contestant can buzz in, but they only
get one point. The sisters almost NEVER get a question wrong, so you have to be
aggressive.

The contestants are... Grunty's gorgeous, slim sister, Mingella, her, lovely,
erm , shapely sister, Blobbelda and just some loser bear called Banjo.

A lot of the questions involve you looking at a picture from the game. The
sisters often jump the gun and answer correctly. I recommend doing this unless
there are long phrases in the picture. Sometimes you'll be asked something like
how many letters are in the picture, and you'll have no idea because Grunty
didn't ask the question yet. However, usually you can identify what the question
was from the answers. There is an overall time limit of 180 seconds. When it's
over, the contestant with the lowest score loses. Whoever loses gets a one ton
weight dropped on them. If you lose, you have to start from round one again.
After you win, the sister with the lowest score loses. It's also worth noting
that you don't have to actually win. You just can't lose.

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                              Which Gets Squished?
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In this round, the rules are the same, but it's harder. Here, you actually have
to win your game or you'll lose. The sister here is more aggressive on the
questions that require you to look at the screen.

Some questions require you to pick out which area does not exist in a particular
world. If you've been paying attention to the level area titles, you shouldn't
have much trouble. Other questions have to do with characters and events that
happened in the game. Those you should ace easily if you've been paying the
slightest amount of attention. A few questions are really tricky and are
extremely trivial facts that no one would even consider. Fortunately, these
don't pop up very often.

Once you win, whichever sister survived the first round gets squashed.

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                         Banjo Lost or Grunty Squashed?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

In the final round, Grunty decides to change the rules. She sets herself a score
of 15 points and requires you to beat that score within the 180 second time
limit. She also allows you to pass questions you don't know by pressing Z. This
lets you avoid losing points. Also, there are no questions that make you look at
the screen in this round. Nope, it's all question cards. This makes it a little
easier to rack up points.

Since you're not competing with anyone, there's no reason to press B when she
immediately starts the question. Therefore, it's always in your best interest to
wait until you're sure what the question's asking. If you don't know a question,
always pass. It's better to not get any points than it is to lose points.

If you're score is higher than 15 once the time limit expires, Grunty will
declare the win invalid due to faulty equipment. As Kazooie suggests, Grunty
escapes in a cowardly fashion like in Banjo-Kazooie. Her podium happens to have
a built-in rocket, so she flies off to the top of the tower to wait for you.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Banjo and Kazoioe will leave their seat, which is immediately crushed
afterwards. They head into the gun chamber and you get to watch the credits.

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|           3.n            |      Gun Chamber       |          CHAMBER         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Banjo and Kazooie head down to the B.O.B. controls. Kazooie presses a few
buttons and the B.O.B. activates... Jamjars accuses Kazooie of not knowing what
she's doing. However, the life force of Jingaling blows back into the castle,
and Jingaling is restored. The castle turns yellow again. Kazooie forces Jamjars
into apologizing, which he reluctantly does. Kazooie holds up her end of the
bargain and blows the life force into Bottles. But wait, the B.O.B. didn't suck
the life force out of Bottles, so how could Kazooie blow it back? Anyways,
Bottles comes back to life and realizes he's late for dinner. He runs off home
and is forced to eat his dinner, despite it being burnt to a horrible crisp that
no decent mole would even think about eating. Jingaling and Klungo come to the
house to party. Mrs. Bottles goes off to make scones.

When the cut-scene is over, head left and jump over the pipe. You should see
Dingpot, who is here to help you again. Jump in and he'll restock all of your
eggs and feathers. Now head outside through the hole the laser is sticking out
of.

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|           3.o            |     Cauldron Keep      |         CAULDRO2         |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Head up the ledge and activate the warp pad. Go inside.

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|           3.p            |      Final Fight       |          GRUNTY          |
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               Boss 13 : Hag 1 (Monstrous Mechanical Mud Muncher)
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                              Difficulty : 10/10

Yeah, a 10/10. This is one hell of a fun but difficult fight. Even though you
have ten honeycombs, Grunty has a massive 100 HP and has some of the most brutal
attacks in Banjo-Tooie. You have to go through 10 grueling phases to take her
down. Please, as hard as it is, try it without cheats! The EGGS cheat is
acceptable, but no HONEYKING or HONEYBACK.

Banjo and Kazooie believe that Grunty isn't there, but then they turn around and
realize the Hag 1 is behind them. Grunty pops out of the hatch and declares it's
revenge time!

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                              Stage 1 - Lazer Tag
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Grunty turns on two lasers of the hag 1 and makes it spin around. If you simply
stand still and jump whenever a laser comes to you, you won't get hit.
Eventually, Grunty will pop out of the hatch and ask you a question. If you get
the question right, she'll use a slower attack. If you get it wrong, she'll fire
her spells much faster.

You'll switch into breegull blasting mode. Press up C until you're high enough
to blast her. Switch to grenade eggs and hold right C or left C. As long as you
keep moving, you won't get hit. Blast her with four grenade eggs, since each egg
does three damage. You can't get her any lower than 90, so stop when you've done
so.

Gruntilda goes back into the hatch and drops a honeycomb. Save it for later,
when you're low on honeycombs.

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                           Stage 2 - Harder Lazer Tag
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Grunty turns on another two lasers of the hag 1 and makes it spint around. If
you simply stand still and jump whenever a laser comes to you, you won't get
hit, despite the fact that there are four lasers. This time, the Hag 1 spins a
lot faster, but it still isn't hard to dodge the lasers. Don't switch to talon
trot, or you'll being facing backwards when you go into breegull blasting mode.
Eventually, Grunty will pop out of the hatch and ask you a question. If you get
the question right, she'll use a slower attack. If you get it wrong, she'll fire
her spells much faster.

Once you're in breegull blasting mode, aim at Grunty. Strafe left or right to
avoid her spells. You won't get hit if you keep moving. Use the control stick to
aim. After you've lowered her to 80 HP, stop, because you can't do any more
damage right now.

Save the honeycomb Grunty drops for later, when you really need them.

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                          Stage 3 - Pop Goes the Bear
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Grunty deactivates the lasers and calls in the mortar cannons. This time, you
want to switch to talon trot. Head around in a circle. The Hag 1 will spin,
then stop and fire a cannon. It's easy to dodge the initial blast, but you also
have to jump, or the shrapnel will hit you. You know when the blasting is over
when the Hag 1 stops for a long time. When that happens, get out of talon trot
and face her. She'll pop out of the hatch and ask a question. Answer it
correctly so she uses her slowe rattacks.

If you want to avoid the spells, you have to move non-stop. Fire grenade eggs at
her and aim with the control stick. You might have to adjust your vertical
direction with the up and down C buttons so you can hit her. Blast her down to
70 HP.

Grunty drops another honeycomb, but don't waste it! You'll be needing them
eventually...

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                    Stage 4 - Pop Goes the Bear AND the bird
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Grunty will call in another mortar cannon. This time the hag 1 spins faster and
the blast is larger. There are also more shrapnel to avoid. If you stay in talon
trot and keep moving and jumping when the shrapnel come, you shouldn't get hit.
However, you have to move back a little when you jump or you'll land on the
shrapnel and get hurt anyways. Answer Grunty's question correctly or she'll use
the quick spells.

Again, keep moving right or left and aim with the control stick. Blast her down
to 60 HP with grenade eggs. When you hit 60 HP, stop firing or you'll just waste
eggs.

Grunty drops another honeycomb, fortunately. Save them for the later stages of
the battle.

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                        Stage 5 - Crank Up the Drill...
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Grunty calls the cannons back in, fires up the drill, and switches on two
lasers. She also opens the exhaust port to air out the engine. You absolutely
have to talon trot if you expect to avoid damage. She'll spin around, then try
to move forward with the drill, attempting to hit you. Talon trot to the edge of
the castle. Eventually, she'll throw in a sudden change in direction. You have
to anticipate these so you can jump at the right moment. It's much easier if you
make sure you're equally distant from both lasers on your sides. You want to be
near the edge, but not on the absolute edge, or you won't be able to jump
properly. You also have to be near the back of the Hag 1. Don't expect to be
constantly in the back, but you want to be near it when she stops. Once Grunty
pops out of the hatch, answer her question and start blasting.

You have to be a little more careful when you strafe. The lasers stay turned on,
so you only have a limited area to move. Keep an eye on the lasers or you'll
strafe right into them. Blast her with grenade eggs until she's down to 50 HP.

The engine will crack down because of her reckless driving. Quickly shoot a
clockwork Kazooie and make it jump into the exhaust port, which isn't letting
out exhaust anymore. If you don't make it before the exhaust comes out again,
you'll have to go through another round of dodging lasers and the drill.

Another-nil to the pesky bear. Good for you, don't waste it.

Hop over the cables inside the hag 1 and avoid the enemies. Clockwork Kazooie
bombs detonate automatically on contact with enemies, so you don't want to hit
them. Head to the back and blow up either of the batteries.

Grunty hears the explosion and proceeds to the next stage.

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                      Stage 6 - And Switch Four Lazerz On
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This stage can be pretty difficult, but if you make it out, you stand a pretty
good chance of winning. The Hag 1 is a hell of a lot faster and changes
direction more suddenly as well. If you don't anticipate the direction changes,
you're going to get hit. Stay equidistant between the two lasers to make the
direction changes as easy as possible. The drill will force you back, but head
to the left or right a little if you get too close to the edge. Being right on
the edge will impair your ability to jump. Stay close to the back of the Hag 1,
as you'll need to be for this stage. Grunty will eventually pop her question, so
answer it correctly for the sake of you

When you see that you're about to strafe into a laser, head back the other way.
Keep changing direction like this and you won't get hit by her spells. Blast her
with grenade eggs down to 40 HP. It's okay to start picking up honeycombs now,
as you might be running low.

Grunty drops another honeycomb.

The engine breaks down, so fire another clockwork Kazooie into the exhaust port.

Hop the cables and destroy the other battery.

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                        Stage 7 - No! Poor Mr. Drill...
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This stage is extremely easy. Grunty sticks to the fast spells now and ditches
the questions, but you have unlimited space to move as Mr. Drill is no longer
here to scare you and neither are the lasers. Just strafe left or right to dodge
the spells. Blast her down to 30 HP to start the next phase. The rest of the
battle is in breegull blasting mode, by the way.

Grunty drops a honeycomb. Pick it up if you are in need.

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                          Stage 8 - The Flying Minions
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Grunty ponders whether or not there's anything left the hag 1 can do, and indeed
, there are still a couple of tricks you haven't seen. Grunty sends minions to
hop out of the hatch and attack you.

The minions can actually be a good thing. First of all, if you keep moving, you
probably won't get hit by them. Second of all, they sometimes drop honeycombs,
and I bet you'll be needing them now. Strafe to avoid the spells and blast
Grunty down. In between spells (you have to be really fast), grab a honeycomb or
kill off a minion. This is of superb importance.

When you lower her to 15 HP, stop. She drops a honeycomb and starts the next
stage.

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                          Stage 9 - Toxic Shock Attack
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I should note that minions keep coming out here, and Grunty continues to fire
spells. She releases purple cyanide into the air, limiting the amount of time
you have to kill her. You should've gotten 10 bubbles from Roysten, so you
definitely shouldn't lose due to running out of oxygen.

Continue blasting her with grenade eggs. You might not have many greandes left,
so switch to blue eggs and blast her down. Keep strafing to avoid minions and
spells. Pick up honeycombs in between spells. When you get her down to a mere 1
HP, the final stage begins, after she drops a honeycomb, of course.

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                       Stage 10 - Winkybunion's Big Oops
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Keep strafing. DO NOT STOP OR YOU WILL DIE! You probably are down to a couple
honeycombs, and her final purply spell will roast you if you stop moving. She
doesn't stop firing these things, so you can't rest. What you have to do is
shoot an egg at her while she holds the spell, causing her to drop the explosive
spell. Oops.

Grunty doesn't manage to find the spell in time, and as a result, the entire Hag
1 along with her body explodes into a million pieces. Congratulations, you've
beaten Grutilda Winkybunion!

Banjo and Kazooie head to the party at Bottles' house.

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|           3.q            |         Ending         |          ENDING          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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Unfortunately, when they get there, the party is already over and the guests are
asleep. Bottles comments that Klungo was hungry and ate everything in the house.
Jamjars blames Banjo and Kazooie for taking too long. Mumbo says he wanted to
boogie, and wumba says it's a big heap bummer. Jamjars blames Kazooie for taking
too long with the witch, and Kazooie claims she wasn't hiding in her silos.
Mumbo comments that Wumba hid in her wigwam, and Wumba threatens to turn Mumbo
into a frog. Mumbo in turn threatens to summon the golden goliath to kick
Wumba's butt. Bottles tells them to go outside if they want to argue. However,
Kazooie has another idea, and the gang head to the top of Cauldron Keep.

They have a "kick around", as Kazooie calls it. They take turns kicking Grunty's
head and passing it to each other. Grunty's eye falls out. Her final words are
"You'll be sorry, all of you! Just you wait until Banjo-Threeie..." Blubber
flies by in the saucer of peril and you're treated to a fireworks display as the
words "THE END" appear on the screen. And guess what? Banjo-Threeie is coming
out for XBOX 360! Congratulations, you've beaten Banjo-Tooie with all 90 Jiggies
, 900 Musical Notes, 24 Hollow Honeycombs, and 25 Cheato Pages!

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|                       o---------------------------------o                    |
|           (04)        | %%%%%%%%  Appendicies  %%%%%%%% |      APPENDIC      |
|                       o---------------------------------o                    |
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The closing chapters of the guide.

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|           4a             |       Extra Items      |          EXTRAS          |
|                         -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=                         |
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No, this is not a ripoff of T. Sawyer's FAQ, it's a guide to tell you where the
special items are. That means world-specific collectibles like tickets and
doubloons.

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|                              Stop n' Swap Eggs                               |
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In Spiral Mountain, use the Flying Pad on top of the mountain to fly into the
smaller waterfall. Enter the cave that the watering is pouring out of.

Head to the back where you'll find a grate blocking a Banjo-Kazooie Game Pak.
Highjump to the waterfall in here and you'll grab hold of a ledge. Pull up and
head through the cave. Break the Banjo-Kazooie Game Pak to get the Blue Secret
Egg (1).

In Spiral Mountain, use the Flying Pad on top of the mountain to fly to an area
with the tree stumps, where you'll find the Wading Boots and the Turbo Trainers.
Shoto the grate on the wall with a Grenade Egg and land in the alcove. Break the
Banjo-Kazooie Game Pak to get the Pink Secret Egg (2).

Take the egg to Heggy's Egg Shed and she'll hatch them for you, giving you the
Breegull Bash (press B and then B again to slam Kazooie) and the HOMING eggs
cheat, which is pretty self-explanatory. The Yellow Secret Egg is on top of the
planks in the shed. Bill Drill the plate covering the Split-Up Pads and become
Kazooie. Hatch the Yellow Secret Egg to make the Jinjo available as a
multiplayer character (3).

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|                                   Ice Key                                    |
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In Jinjo Village, head behind the green Jinjo house to find a sandy area. Grip
Grab along the ledge on the left, killing the snapdragons. Head through the hall
at the end and break the Banjo-Kazooie Game Pak to get the Ice Key (1).

In Glitter Gulch Mine, break one of the boxes at the start and put on the Turbo
Trainers. Head forward and hit the gate switch, temporarily opening Waterfall
Cavern. Quickly follow the river right and head inside.

Drop down from the waterfall and go underwater. Look on your right and Talon
Torpedo the rock. Head through the passage, which leads to a link to the icy
side of Hailfire Peaks.

Use the Ice Key to open the ice safe, getting the Mega Glowbo. You can give the
Mega Glowbo to Humba Wumba in the Pine Grove. She'll transform Kazooie into a
dragon. Everything stays the same, except for the stationary peck attack, which
is replaced by a fire-breathing attack.

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|                               Targitzan Statues                              |
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These are the green statues of Targitzan's head you'll find inside of his
temple. You have to collect 10 to open the Slightly Sacred Chamber and 20 to
open the Really Sacred Chamber. Note that the statues disappear when you collect
twenty of them, so you won't actually be able to get ALL of these.

Make a U-turn either way from the start to find stairways that lead to the first
two statutes (2). From the start, there's a secret door (the doors you can open
by standing in front of them and pressing A) that leads to two more statues (4).
On the second floor room with the dart-spitting statue, you'll find five statues
in front of the dart-spitter (9). If you take the secret door on the left side
of the starting room, you'll find a pillar room with three statues (12). From
there, you can head forward to a fourway intersection. Take a left and you'll
find rapid-fire eggs. Kill the snapdragon and head through the secret door on
the right. You'll find three statues (15). Another secret door will lead to the
room with the entrances to the Slightly and Really Sacred Chambers. In front of
the stairs to the chambers are two statues (17). Take the stairway across from
the RSC to find another pillar room. There's a main part, then another part of
the room if you head into the opposite corner from where you are. In the room,
including the second part, you'll find five statues (22). If you head across
from the start of th eroom, you'll find a secret door. Open it and head left
around the pillar for three statues (25).

Well, that's all of them. Once again, you can only find 20 and the rest will
disappear (I know that thanks to mike's speedguide).

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|                                Big Top Tickets                               |
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In Witchyworld, shoot the four cash registers around the Big Top with Grenade
Eggs or run over them with vans. Collect four Big Top Tickets (they drop them
when you blow them up). Go in the Big Top and give Conga the Big Top Tickets to
make him open the door, allowing you to go inside to fight the boss, Mr. Patch.

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|                                  Doubloons                                   |
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Doubloons are the currency accepted in Jolly Roger's Lagoon. Three can be found
in dirt patches on the ground. Bill Drill the patches to get the money (3). Two
patches contain a Shock Jump Pad, one by Jolly's place and one above Blubber's
place. Use the one above Blubber's as Kazooie only (fire a Grenade Egg at the
chest in the middle's crack to find the Split-Up Pads) to reach an alcove with
three Doubloons (6). Inside Mumbo's skull are four Doubloons (10). In Trotty
and Piggles' pool, you'll find four Doubloons (14). There are black ledge things
sticking out of the ground near the lagoon. On top of them are Doubloons (20).
In Turtle View Cave (right of Blubber's place), where you learn the Wing Whack,
you'll find four Doubloons (24). In the water, below the alcove with the Jinjo,
you'll find another four Doubloons (28). Talk to Captain Blackeye in Jolly's
place enough times and he'll give you two Doubloons (30).

You need to spend 20 Doubloons to get Pawno's Jiggy, 5 to get his Cheato Page,
and 1 to get Blubber's Turbo Trainers. You can also spend an additional 2
Doubloons to rent a room from Jolly's place, though you can also blow up the
door using a Grenade Egg instead of paying (=]). That's 26-28 Doublonos total.

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|                                Bazza Batteries                               |
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In Grunty Industries, Bazza Batteries are the only source of power. They're
green and hop around. You need to be Banjo alone to get them, so Pack Whack them
to stun them, then stuff them in your Taxi Pack. Untaxi Pack them to deposit
them in power slots you'll find around Grunty Industries. This will open four
specialized doors that require additional power.

The first battery is above the entrance to the level, NOT the factory. The
second battery is found on the second floor. From the room with the Tintops,
head into the left hallway and you'll find a room with two workers. In another
section of the room is a Tintop area with the battery on a ledge. The third
battery is in the toxic waste part of the second floor. Climb the tank, then
head along one of the pipes to find it. The last battery is in a part of the
third floor room where you find Mumbo's skull.

The first power slot is found on the tank to the Waste Disposal Plant, on the
first floor. The second slot is along one of the pipes on the tank in the second
floor toxic waste room. It opens the Electromagnet Chamber. The third slot is in
the third floor Boiler Plant. It opens the Packing Room. The final slot powers
the Cable Room, found by getting past the wall crushers. You need to climb the
pipe in the Tintop room past the crushers and head up the left ramp to where
you'll find the hall leading to the Cable Room. You can hop the cables in the
room to reach Quality Control.

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|                                    Dindin                                    |
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Dindin the fish is found in the upper boiling water lake on the lava side of
Hailfire Peaks. Once you learn the Shack Pack move, split up at the upper side
warp pad. Head left, avoiding the hot hands. You'll find the lake here. Use the
Shack Pack to retrieve Dindin in the lake. There's also a Jinjo in the lake.

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|                                  Magic Beans                                 |
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Magic Beans are found in Cloud Cuckooland. From the start, head past the bubble
and use the Blastaplant to reach an area where you'll find a bunch of dirt
patches. Bill Drill the patches to reveal prizes. Two of the prizes are Magic
Beans (2).

Plant the beans in the dirt holes below the cheese wedge and the sack race and
then use Mumbo's Rain Dance spell to grow beanstalks. This allows Banjo to climb
the stalks and reach the cheese wedge and sack race.

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|           4b           | Multiplayer & Replay Modes |        MULTIREP        |
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Multiplayer and Replay Modes allow for some additional fun past the main
adventure. I'll describe them here.

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                                Multiplayer Mode
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In multiplayer mode, which is accessed through the N64 console on the file
selection screen, allows you to play some of the mini-games in the adventure
with friends. You need to hook up at least 2 controllers, naturally. There are a
couple types of games here. You should know that these are only descriptions of
what the modes have to offer, so you won't find strategy and whatnot here.

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|                                  Mini-Games                                  |
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The Mini-Games are the games that are played just like in the adventure, only
you're playing them against humans. That means games like kickball, the hoop
hurry challenge, balloon burst, and other games. The screen is split, so you'll
have to pay attention to which screen is yours. If two or more players select
the same character, then the characters become different colors. You can also
select the game type, which means something like first to 20 or whoever has the
highest score after, say, five minutes.

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|                            First-Person Shooters                             |
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In the large and confusing arenas that were hell in the adventure (which
includes Targitzan's Temple, Ordnance Storage, and Clinker's Cavern), you get to
play a first-person death match. The screen is split, so if you know the arena
well, you'll be able to find your opponent with ease. You get to select
characters, which includes more than just Banjo and Kazooie. You use eggs as
weapons, so get used to the Breegull Blasting controls when in the main menu.
You have to collect the different types of eggs (though only blue, fire, and
grenade eggs are available) to fire at your opponents. You also get proximity
eggs, which you can fire at the wall to make them stick to it. When an opponent
gets near, it will blow up and cause damage. When you lose all your energy, you
lose a life and respawn, unless you died with no lives. You can set a time limit
, and the player with the most amount of lives at the end wins, or it can just
be a standard elimination. Also, you can boost your energy by finding the Honey
Pot (there's only one per stage). The FPS arenas also expand to some of the
other shooting games, like the mine shooting game in Jolly Roger's Lagoon.

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|                                    Trivia                                    |
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A multiplayer version of the Tower of Tragedy. You can't select characters, but
you can select game type, meaning first to whatever or a time limit. Though it
is a lot of fun, it's much harder playing against humans (assuming their
knowledge of the game is equal to yours).

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                                 Replay Mode
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Replay Mode allows you to replay some parts of the main adventure without
actually playing through the whole game again. You have to see/defeat a scene/
challenge in adventure mode before it's unlocked in replay.

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|                                  Mini-Games                                  |
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This allows you to replay the mini-games from the main adventure. This includes
Mayan Kickball, the Hoop Hurry Challenge, the Balloon Burst Challenge, the
Dodgem Dome, the Saucer of Peril, Chompa's Belly, the Packing Room, Colosseum
Kickball, the Pot o' Gold, the Trash Can, and the Tower of Tragedy. Your high
score is recorded like in the adventure, so it can be fun to try and defeat your
old score.

The biggest challenge is to hit all 100 Jiggies in the Pot o' Gold. I have only
managed to do it twice, in about 43 seconds.

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|                                    Bosses                                    |
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This allows you to fight all the bosses from the main adventure. This includes
all three Klungo fights, Targitzan, Old King Coal, Mr. Patch, Lord Woo Fak Fak,
Terry, Weldar, Chilly Billi and Chilly Willy (Chilly Willy is always harder in
Replay Mode), Mingy Jongo, and Grunty. Keep in mind the EGGS and FEATHERS cheat
aren't applied, so you only get half the eggs and half the feathers. You also
get only five honeycombs (what you start the game with), making the bosses, much
much more diffiuclt to defeat.

The biggest challenge is to defeat Gruntilda in Replay Mode with five honeycombs
and half eggs! I have only managed to do it once, and I had like two honeycombs
left. In fact, it's probably the biggest challenge in the entire game!

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|                                    Cinema                                    |
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This allows you to view all the cut-scenes from the main adventure. This
includes the Opening Story, King Jingaling Gets Zapped, Bottles and Jingaling
Restored, Grunty Defeated, and the Credits. If you collect all 90 Jiggies in
adventure mode, the Character Parade will be unlocked, allowing you to see all
the game's characters.

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All codes are entered in the Code Chamber of Mayahem Temple, in the Jade Snake
Grove. You have to open the door with the Golden Goliath. Stand on the podium
and shoot the letters in order. If you screw up, you have to start over.
Thankfully, the codes are not nearly as overly, unnecessarily long as in the
first game.

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~~ Cheato Page Cheats ~~
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Cheato Page cheats can be entered once you give Cheato his pages. Every five
pages will earn you a new cheat. If you want to get all his cheats, you need to
collect all the pages. If you want to use a code without having the necessary
amount of pages, you have to type it in backwards and put CHEATO in front of it.

EGGS
or
CHEATOSGGE


This doubles your egg count, meaning 200 blue eggs, 100 fire eggs, 50 grenade
eggs, 100 ice eggs, and 20 clockwork Kazooie eggs. Useful for the double grenade
and CK eggs.


FEATHERS
or
CHEATOSREHTAEF

This doubles your feather count, meaning 200 red feathers and 20 gold feathers.
Although 100 is usually enough, 200 can be good for places like Cloud Cuckooland
, though there are a freakin four feather nests in front of BOTH Mumbo skulls.


FALLBACK
or
CHEATOKCABLLAF

This makes it so you won't lose energy from falling. Pretty useful code, but it
ruins the first time experience.


HONEYBACK
or
CHEATOKCABYENOH

Your energy replenishes as you lose it. Makes the game really easy, but it ruins
the first time experience.


JUKEBOX
or
CHEATOXOBEKUJ

This fixes the jukebox in Jolly's place, allowing you to perform a sound test.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~ Cheato Cheats ~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

These are cheats that have CHEATO in front of them. Most of them are for lamers.


CHEATOSUPERBANJO

This makes Banjo run faster.


CHEATOSUPERBADDY

This makes the enemies run faster.


CHEATOJIGGYWIGGYSPECIAL

This opens all eight worlds, plus Cauldron Keep and the tower top.


CHEATOJIGGYCASTLIST

This plays the castlist for the game.


CHEATOPLAYITAGAINSON

This unlocks all the cinemas in Replay Mode.


CHEATOHONEYKING

This gives you unlimited honeycombs and energy. Be warned, you can still be
knocked off ledges, as you still get "hit" by enemies, and you'll still die from
falling into oblivion.

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~~ Special Cheats ~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

These are cheats that are gotten in special ways. You can type them in backwards
if you don't feel like performing the task needed to get the cheat.

HOMING
or
CHEATOGNIMOH

Return the Blue Secret Egg to Heggy to get this code. It makes your eggs home in
on enemies.


GETJIGGY
or
CHEATOYGGIJTEG

You have to enter Madame Grunty's fortune telling tent in Witchyworld to get
this, but the chance that you'll get it is EXTREMELY low, so you might want to
type it in backwards. It makes the signs in Jiggywiggy's Temple tell you where
all the Jiggies are.


NESTKING
or
CHEATONESTKING

(Thanks to Ninkobra I now know that you do not have to type NESTKING backwards
after Cheato).

You have to answer the riddle behind Jiggywiggy's Temple (go through the banner
behind Jiggywiggy). I don't know how to actually answer it, as there's no way to
type in NESTKING or anything, and NO ONE'S FAQ explains it, so I'm afraid I
can't give you that info. You can also type it in backwards. The code gives you
unlimited eggs and feathers.

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, NOT me!

Copyright 2007 Ethan Alwaise

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PLEASE read this before attempting to contact me.

The only way you can contact me is to email me at zoophoria@gmail.com. Please
include "Banjo-Tooie FAQ" in the title so I'm aware that it's not junk.

You are allowed to email me about... suggestions for the FAQ. If I messed up,
which I probably have done several times, feel free to correct it, and I'll fix
the mistake and credit you. You can also praise my FAQ, or hate on my FAQ. I
appreciate praise and ignore hate mail. The last thing you can email me about is
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You MAY NOT email me about... spam. Please! I do NOT need spam! It's the
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That's pretty much it.

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I would like to thank the following people...

me frog - His BT FAQ inspired me to write this. Also, his guide helped me with
          Hailfire Peaks boss info and note requirements for the moves.

Croco - His FAQ helped me with the enemy list.

King Kool - I used his route for Clinker's Cavern. Thanks a TON, King Kool.

Dallas - I took the story from his FAQ, as I do not own an instruction manual.

mike89mkscelite - His speed guide gave me ideas for speedrunning tricks that
                  helped even though this is non a speed guide, such as
                  abusing the Clockwork Kazooie Egg.

Prima's Official Strategy Guide - Their manual was a TON of help with its maps
                                  displaying items and solutions.

shampoo_chan97@yahoo.com - He told me that CHEATONESTKING does not have to be
                           typed backwards.

bradlestix_oloughlin@hotmail.com - He told me Fruitys can be killed with a Bill
                                   Drill.