Crazy Cap is a franchise of shops appearing in Super Mario Odyssey.
The Crazy Cap brand originated in New Donk City in the Metro Kingdom. The original shop was opened in a building that was previously Dixie Theater, as with the popularity of street performers, the old theater was no longer in much demand.
Since then, the Crazy Cap stores have spread all over the world, and appear in nearly every kingdom in the game. Crazy Cap stores will play their theme music on a loop, and can be heard in the overworld once approaching the store.
The logo of the brand has yellow and purple coloring, which references how each shop is divided into two sections. The yellow sections sell items that the player can buy with global gold coins, while the purple sections requires the player to spend purple regional coins. The employees of Crazy Cap are residents of the kingdoms where their branches are located. In the case of the Cascade Kingdom, Lost Kingdom, Bowser's Kingdom, and Moon Kingdom, there are no friendly residents, so the employees vary. The only kingdoms that do not have Crazy Cap stores are the Cloud Kingdom, Ruined Kingdom, Dark Side, and Darker Side.
Each shop sells a Power Moon for 100 gold coins, a reference to how Mario earns a Power Star in Super Mario 64 and a Shine Sprite in Super Mario Sunshine for collecting 100 coins. A green check mark appears next to the Power Moon selection after making such purchase within that shop. After completing the game, the player can continue to purchase individual Power Moons from any shop for another 100 coins, or a set of ten for 1,000 coins.
The shop in the Sand Kingdom has an alcove that allows Mario to obtain a Power Moon from the back side. If Mario talks to the Tostarenans who run the shop this way, they will get spooked and tell Mario to use the main entrance in order to purchase their products.
In the version 1.2.0 update for the game that includes Balloon World, more outfits and hats were made available in the Crazy Cap stores and can be purchased after the player has beaten the game. Additional clothing are also gradually made available following the update. These clothing are marked as "Special" in the shops. More hats and outfits were found in the game's code, before they were released.
List of items sold by Crazy Cap
Super Mario Odyssey
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