クラブ・チチブー Club Titiboo
|Ride the Ropeway*|
Club Titiboo Theme*
The Attic's a Dungeon?!*
Club Titiboo is an area in Mother 3, and is where the later events of Chapter 4 occur. The waitresses at Club Titiboo end their sentences with a giggle, which Kumatora was forced to do while she worked there.
In Mother 3
In Chapter 4
During Chapter 4, a band named the DCMC performs at Club Titiboo. One of its members, named Lucky, closely resembles Duster. In order to gain access to Club Titiboo, a Ropeway which accepts tickets must be ridden. These tickets are expensive, however, so many people get jobs at the Factory to get them. Kumatora works at Club Titiboo temporarily to gain information on Lucky and his identity, under the identity of Violet, becoming very popular with the men there. When Lucas makes it to Lucky's room, Lucky is given the choice to stay with the DCMC or go back to his former identity as Duster, which he leaves up to a game of Stone-Sheet-Clippers. The DCMC gives Duster a farewell song to send him and Lucas's party off, signifying the end of the chapter.
In Chapter 5
Without their bassist, the DCMC no longer performs at Club Titiboo.
In Chapter 7
Club Titiboo is shut down in Chapter 7, left completely deserted.
"On the outside, it appears to be an entertainment center for people who work at the factory, but...
...it seems as though it could have quite another side to it."
The club consists of a lobby, where the player can buy DCMC items from a salesman, soda from a vending machine and food at a stand, the concert hall, where the DCMC plays, and two lateral rooms, consisting of bathrooms to the left, where a Save Frog can be found, and the band members' rooms to the right. There is an underground passage on the right side, which leads to Kumatora's room. There is also the attic "dungeon," where Lucas and Boney fight the Jealous Bass.
|Gently Weeping Guitar||None|
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|Big City Cola||10 DP||Restores 30 HP|
DCMC Merchandise Salesman
|DCMC Merchandise Salesman|
|DCMC Shirt||360 DP||Equipment for Lucas, Duster, and Kumatora|
|DCMC Hat||200 DP||Equipment for Lucas and Boney|
|DCMC Ring||200 DP||Equipment for Lucas, Duster, and Kumatora|
|Pickled Veggie Plate||10 DP||Restores 10 HP|
|Big City Soda||8 DP||Restores 20 HP|
|Big City Cola||50 DP||Restores 30 HP|
|Big City Burger||60 DP||Restores 100 HP|
|Bag of Big City Fries||40 DP||Restores 70 HP|
|Doggy Biscuit||16 DP||Restores 60 HP* or 6 HP*|
|Better Stick||500 DP||Weapon for Lucas|
|Bread Roll||30 DP||Restores 60 HP|
|Antidote||8 DP||Recovers from poison|
|Anti-Paralysis||14 DP||Recovers from numbness|
|Sprinting Bomb||200 DP||Bomb element damage to all enemies|
|Pencil Rocket||500 DP||Bomb element damage to all enemies|
|Bug Spray||100 DP||Kills a single insect enemy instantly|
|Made-You-Look||50 DP||Turns an enemy to face the other direction|
(comparable to the Siren Beetle)
- After the DCMC's final show, a guitar pick is left on the floor by the stage.
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