Chateau de Chucklehuck
|Chateau de Chucklehuck|
|First appearance||Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)|
|Latest appearance||Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)|
|Greater location||Beanbean Kingdom|
Mario and Luigi visit the Chateau fairly early into their journey. The Beanbean Brooch is required for Mario and Luigi to get in here. Chuckola Cola is made here from the finest Chuckola Fruit picked in Chucklehuck Woods. About halfway Mario finds Popple who seems to replace Luigi. After Popple takes off and Mario and Luigi meet again, they go to the next room. They battle Popple and Rookie in this room, who then take off when they are defeated. They soon meet Cork and Cask, two Beanish with French accents that own the Chateau. (Bubbles was the initial owner and founder, but he decided to turn the building over to Cork and Cask while he worked on his Chuckola Reserve.) They teach the Mario Brothers the Mini-Mario and Luigi Dunk techniques in exchange for freeing them from a barrel.
Many crates of Chuckola Fruit are present in the brewery, as well as a maze of barrels containing Chuckola Cola. The Mario Bros. must navigate the maze to reach their goal.
The following items appear in Chateau de Chucklehuck, as well as their locations:
- Supersyrup Jar: In the first screen after the barrel area, there is a secret room to the north of the boxes in the northwest. The item is in the second ? Block.
- Super Nut: In the first screen after the barrel area, there is a secret room to the north of the boxes in the northwest. The item is in the fourth ? Block.
- Chuckle Bean: Found in beanholes (see here for a list of beanholes in Chateau de Chucklehuck).
- Red Goblet: In the teaching area, in the first room to the right.
- Green Goblet: In the teaching area, in the second room to the right.
Bordering or connecting locations to Chateau de Chucklehuck include:
Names in other languages
|French word "château" +「ゲラゲラ」(geragera, an onomatopoeia for derisive laughter) and possibly "Bourgogne"|
|Chuckle-gundy Fruit Garden|
|French||Château de Sodagnoble||Sodagnoble's Castle|
|German||Grinsewald-Chateau||Compound of German "Grinsewald" (Grin Forest) and French "château" (castle)|
|Italian||Cantina Ghigno||Grin Winery|
|French word "château" + blend of 깔깔 (kkalkkal, sound of laughter) or 까르코비츠 (Kkareukobicheu, Fawful) and possibly "Bourgogne"|
|Spanish||Bodegas Jijí||Jiji Wineries; "Jijí" is a laughing sound|