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List of implied locations

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This page is a list of locations that have been mentioned in the Banjo-Kazooie but have not made an appearance.

Banjo-Kazooie[edit]

Gruntilda's favorite boutique[edit]

Gruntilda's favorite boutique is mentioned by Brentilda in Banjo-Kazooie, as one of her facts about Grunty for the Grunty's Furnace Fun quiz show. The shop's actual name is randomly-generated at the start of each game file, and is either "Saggy Maggy's Boutique," "The Witches Warehouse," or simply "the trash can."

Gruntilda's school[edit]

Gruntilda's school is mentioned by Brentilda in Banjo-Kazooie as a Grunty fact. According to Brentilda, it is the school where Grunty learned to hone her magical powers. Mumbo Jumbo may have been a teacher at the school, according to the game's manual. The name of the school is randomly-generated at the start of each game file, and is either "St. Dungball's School," "Fat Hag High," or "Cauldron College."

Banjo-Tooie[edit]

McJiggy's[edit]

McJiggy's is a fast food restaurant that is mentioned by two characters. Its name is a pun on the famous fast food chain, McDonald's. McJiggy's is first mentioned by the Disciple of Jiggywiggy, who tells Banjo and Kazooie that no food is allowed in Jiggywiggy's Temple except if it is from McJiggy's. The place is later mentioned by Chilly Willy when he says he is looking for the nearest McJiggy's flythrough, which suggests that McJiggy's is located in the sky.

Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts[edit]

Cut-for-Deadlines Room[edit]

The Cut-for-Deadlines Room is an unseen area of Banjoland. It is a room where characters and objects which did not make it into the final game are held. The entrance to the room is apparently within the Loggo statue's bowl. The Inflatable Sheep escape from the room during Act 5 of Banjoland and must be put back in their place during the Canned and Panned and Baa for the Course challenges.

Hoedown Town[edit]

Hoedown Town is a world mentionned by Lord of Games when talked to. He asks the player to be grateful he was sent to Showdown Town instead of it. According to him, "It's far less pleasant there. The music! The line dancing!"

Showdown Town's shops[edit]

  • Big Al's Burgers
  • Blackeye's Boat Hire
  • Coffitup
  • Delicious Dishes
  • Fanny Franker's
  • Fool Jewels
  • Green Fingers Fiddlesworth Garden Centre
  • James Train Shop
  • Jolly Roger Lodger Hotel
  • Kazino
  • Lardo's Pizza
  • Ma Soupswill's Authentic Ice Cream
  • Merry Maggie's Baggies
  • Mr. Ribs BBQ Ribs
  • Pay n' Play
  • Polly's Driving School
  • Royston's Chippy
  • Salty Joe's Fish & Chips
  • Sav's Mad Hattery
  • The Bread Basket
  • The Daily LOG
  • The Embo Night Spot
  • The Fak Fak
  • The Mysterious Madame Palm
  • Tooty Fruity - Fruit Shop
  • Ye Olde Empty Kettle

The Sewers of Severity[edit]

The Sewers of Severity is a world mentionned by Lord of Games that was cut for whatever reason, along with "Tooty Land" and "Vomit Volcano".

Tooty Land[edit]

Tooty Land is a world mentionned by Lord of Games that was cut for whatever reason, along with "The Sewers of Severity" and "Vomit Volcano". Its name is a reference to both Banjoland and Tooty.

Uranus[edit]

The planet Uranus is mentioned in the Terrarium of Terror. One of the billboards on the flying advertisement ship outside the terrarium shows an advertisement for a dance club on Uranus, where Jamjars DJs at. Uranus is mentioned again during the Uranus Mud Monsters challenge, in which the titular monsters from Uranus are stuck in various bodies of water in the Terrarium, and must be moved onto solid land for their own safety.

Vomit Volcano[edit]

Vomit Volcano is a world mentionned by Lord of Games that was cut for whatever reason, along with "The Sewers of Severity" and "Tooty Land".