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Treasure Trove Cove
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts (mentioned)
|Jiggy requirement||2 (Banjo-Kazooie)|
Treasure Trove Cove is the second world of Banjo-Kazooie. It is a large island with palm trees and a peak where a lighthouse is located.
In Banjo-Kazooie, Treasure Trove Cove's entrance in Gruntilda's Lair is in the third floor, at a waterfall, and its Jigsaw Picture requires two Jiggies to be completed. In the world, various landmarks such as the lighthouse and The Salty Hippo can be found, as well as characters like Captain Blubber and Leaky. A notable area, the Sandcastle, is also found in the world, where Banjo and Kazooie can enter cheat codes inside. The moves taught by Bottles in this world are the ability to fly and the Shock Spring Jump.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
In Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, Treasure Trove Cove is mentioned in the description of The Salty Hippo.
|Snacker||1 (reappears when defeated)|
Items and collectibles
|Extra Honeycomb Piece||2||
|No.||Official title (Player's Guide)||Description|
|1||Nipper's Jiggy||After finding his beach, Banjo and Kazooie must defeat Nipper in order to enter his shell and obtain a Jiggy. He can be defeated by either attacking him with any moves while he is not attacking with his claws or using the Wonderwing move, which grants the duo invencibility at the cost of Golden Feathers and allows them to damage Nipper even while he is still defending himself.|
|2||A Watery Puzzle||After draining the water around the Sandcastle by patching up Leaky, Banjo and Kazooie can enter it. Inside, they find a black Snippet who states he will reward them once they solve his puzzle, using the Beak Buster move to spell "BANJOKAZOOIE" with the tiles on the ground. Once it has been solved, a metal gate is opened to reveal a Jiggy, alongside the now-hostile black Snippet.|
|3||One Giant Leap For Beasts||The third Jiggy is at the end of a section with multiple Shock Spring Pads, which need to be used in order to reach it.|
|4||The Pond on the Hill||At the bottom of a pool next to the orange Jinjo, the fourth Jiggy can be found. To reach it, Banjo and Kazooie must first use a Shock Spring Pad, then dive while avoiding the Shrapnel to swim over to it.|
|5||Jiggy on the Backside||The fifth Jiggy is found on the backside of a spiral tower. It can be reached by jumping from one plataform to another, but the main danger, Snacker, lies on the waters below.|
|6||Blubber's Lament||On The Salty Hippo, a crying hippo pirate known as Captain Blubber can be found. He is sad because, after crashing on the shores, he lost his treasure. When both halves are retrieved, he rewards Banjo and Kazooie with a Jiggy.|
|7||Flight to the Cliff||Atop Captain Blubber's ship, a Flight Pad can be found. Banjo and Kazooie can use it to fly to a small cave under the peak, where a Lockup guarding Gruntilda's Jiggy is spotted. It can be obtained by getting inside the chest.|
|8||To the Lighthouse||The eighth Jiggy can be found atop the lighthouse on the peak of Treasure Trove Cove. It can be reached by many different ways, such as by simply flying to it or climbing the structures around.|
|9||Circle the Island||On a spot of Treasure Trove Cove, a giant red X can be found. After hitting it with the Beak Buster move, the X becomes an arrow which leads to the location of the next marked spot. Banjo and Kazooie eventually, by following these arrows, reach a question mark, which is an attempt at stopping the duo from finding the Jiggy. However, the final X can be found right next to it on a small island and, when slammed, reveals Little Lockup, a shining treasure chest who guards the world's ninth Jiggy.|
|10||The Jinjos Five||Banjo and Kazooie must find all five Jinjos.|
|In the waters under the Start/Exit Pad, being guarded by Snacker.|
|On The Salty Hippo's mast.|
|On the edge of the highest pool of water.|
|On a plataform with a Shock Spring Pad.|
|On a palm tree next to the lighthouse.|
|The Witch Switch is on the island's peak, behind the lighthouse.|
|2||Above the molehill where Bottles teaches Banjo and Kazooie how to use Shock Spring Pads.|
|3||Under The Salty Hippo's mast.|
|4||Atop one of the crates under the peak.|
|5||Under a Shrapnel in one of the pools of water.|
|6 and 7||Inside a Lockup in one of the stone structures.|
|8||Atop a crate inside The Salty Hippo.|
|9||Behind a tall pillar.|
|10||On the lighthouse's entrance.|
- According to Grant Kirkhope, Treasure Trove Cove's theme in Banjo-Kazooie originally had "a sort of Beach Boys 'Wipe out' middle section to it," but the track was changed after Chris Stamper told the composer he didn't like it and asked for it to be redone.
- A map of Treasure Trove Cove can be seen in the Map Room of Rusty Bucket Bay's Rusty Bucket in Banjo-Kazooie, with Sharkfood Island marked with an X.
Names in other languages
|French||Baie du Trésor||Treasure Bay|
|German||Treasure Trove Cove||Treasure Trove Cove|
|Italian||L'isola del tesoro||The Island of Treasure|
Otakara Zakuzaku Biichi
|Beach of Many Treasures|
|Spanish||Llanura del Tesoro
La Ensenada del Tesoro Oculto
|Treasury Plain (Banjo-Pilot)|
Treasure Trove Cove (Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts)