Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Mumbo Jumbo. Mumbo saw what went on, and got back to Banjo´s house unseen, but Gruntilda arrived a few seconds later anyway and took Kazooie.
Mumbo Jumbo. Mumbo Jumbo was seen by Mingella when running back to warn Banjo about Grunty's resurrection and was chased by Gruntilda back to Banjo´s house.
Bottles. Kazooie tells Banjo to go outside where they find Bottles, who has just witnessed the kidnapping of Tooty, Banjo's little sister, by the evil witch, Gruntilda.
He has a skull face. His hut has only one floor in "Banjo-Kazooie" and "Grunty's Revenge". He can't transform Banjo into different things and can only be played in the field in "Banjo-Tooie".
|What new Kazooie egg can be found in "Grunty's Revenge" that is not present in either of the previous two games?||"Banjo-Kazooie" Games
Battery Eggs. Battery eggs are the second type of egg Kazooie learns to fire in "Grunty´s Revenge". They make a small explosion upon impact.
|How many new Kazooie Eggs are introduced in "Banjo-Tooie" since "Banjo-Kazooie" (single player only)?||"Banjo-Kazooie" Games
5. Kazooie starts off with blue eggs from the previous game. The first new eggs she learns to use are the fire eggs, which are used to light fires at specific points in the game, and to set enemies on fire. Enemies on fire will run aimlessly in terror.
The second new eggs learned are the grenade eggs, which deal large amounts of damage and have a moderate impact radius. These eggs are very effective against enemies and can be used to destroy certain objects.
Ice eggs are the third new eggs learned, and can completely freeze enemies for a short time. They are also used to cool objects in the game.
Clockwork Kazooie Eggs are the last set of new eggs taught by Jamjars, and are ideal for avoiding dangerous situations. A clockwork Kazooie egg will hatch into a miniature black Kazooie, which can be controlled for up to 20 seconds before exploding like a grenade egg. These clockwork Kazooies are used to explore small spaces and tunnels, as well.
In the first-person sections of the game, rapid fire eggs can be found. These eggs don't have an ammo count, but rather a timer. Until time is up, Kazooie will shoot golden rapid fire eggs at very high speeds. Each has about the same power as a blue egg.
Those are the five new eggs in the single player portion of the game. A last new egg introduced in "Banjo-Tooie" only appears in the multiplayer portion of the game. Proximity eggs act as proximity mines that can be placed on flat surfaces. When anyone walks by, they explode like a grenade egg. Their dull grey colour makes them particularly difficult to see on some surfaces.
Blue Eggs. Blue eggs are used a lot in "Banjo-Kazooie", but don´t do much damage or have any use in the other two games.
All transformations can be used in all worlds. For example: say you defeated Klungo in the fifth world and got the Tank transformation. You could go back to the first world and go on a rampage with it if you wanted.
Bozzeye. Bozzeye is an old mole who has crazy eyes. One eye would look at Banjo while the other would look at Kazooie.
Jamjars. Jamjars is a military mole with a huge network of silos under the Isle o Hags. He's also Bottle's brother.
|How many total different transformations are there for Banjo and Kazooie (separately, and excluding Bear and Bird)?||"Banjo-Kazooie" Games
18. Transformations include the Termite, the Crocodile, the Walrus, the Pumpkin, and the Honey Bee in "Banjo-Kazooie". In "Banjo-Tooie" there are the Stony, the Detonator, the Money Van, the Submarine, the Baby T-rex, the Daddy T-rex, the Washing Machine, the Snowball, the Honey Bee, which was mentioned earlier, and the Dragon. And finally, in "Grunty's Revenge", there are the Mouse, the Candle, the Octopus and the Tank.
Tootie. Tootie was Banjo's little sister. In the first game you had to rescue her from Gruntilda, and you saw her on a missing ad in "Banjo-Tooie", but you don't see or hear of her in "Grunty's Revenge."
Blubber had lost his gold in the first game and was renting wave-racers in the second. In the third, Banjo beat Blubber in a mini game.
Mumbo Jumbo transformed Banjo into different animals and objects in "Banjo-Kazooie" and "Grunty's Revenge". In "Banjo-Tooie" he was a playable character and had a unique spell for each world.
Klungo was Gruntilda's henchman. In "Banjo-Kazooie" he is only seen in cut-scenes and portraits. In "Grunty's Revenge" and "Banjo-Tooie" he is a recurring boss.
World 2. You get her in World 2, Breegull Beach, after beating Gruntilda for the first time. When you acquire Kazooie you can do the double jump which allows you leap longer distances.
|Which enemy comes back from "Banjo-Kazooie" in "Grunty's Revenge" after skipping "Banjo-Tooie"?||"Banjo-Kazooie" Games
Gruntlings. There are six kinds of Gruntlings: Red, Blue, Black, Brown, Gray and Semi-Invisible. Collywobble and Topper both are "Banjo-Kazooie" exclusive, while Gruntweed can only be found in "Grunty's Revenge".
Mumbo Jumbo can be found in all worlds. Mumbo Jumbo can only be found in five of the nine worlds in "Banjo-Kazooie".
2 months after "Banjo-Kazooie". The question was for the opening cinematic because the actual game takes place in some time before Grunty´s lair is even built.
2 years after "Banjo-Kazooie". It says this in the opening cinematic when you start a new game or play it from the replay station.
To stop her from altering history in her favor. Grunty steals Kazooie so Banjo won't have her in the future, thereby putting him at a disadvantage so she can beat him using the Mecha-Grunty.
To stop her from stealing the life force from the Isle o Hags. Grunty intended to use her sister's B.O.B. to steal the life force from the island and give it to herself to get her body back.
To save his little sister. Gruntilda, who was not the most beautiful according to her cauldron, kidnapped Tooty so she could transfer the little bear´s good looks into herself.
Suck and Blow. They suck Jingaling's soul out, but then you can blow it back and everything is nice again. After that, you will have to make your way to beat Grunty.
Stop 'n' Swop Items. What you had to do was pause the game and swap the games out without turning the N64 off. You have to enter in cheats in Treasure Trove Cove to make them available.
A mummified hand. They pop out without warning. You just have to wait until they slam down on him.
Three. You hit the buttons after you have learned the technique in the level. Just hit all three buttons and you will receive a jiggy.
Banjo carries him. Banjo uses his Taxi-Pack technique. You have to remove Kazooie first.
A dinosaur. After he eats you, you must help him get rid of his stomach pains. After completing that, he will give you a jiggy.
Four. Poor Gobi, we keep stealing his water from him, but why does he just sit there waiting for us to steal his water? Remember, one time in Gobi's Valley, twice in Click Clock Wood, and once in Hailfire Peaks.
You have to be a termite. Even though you can just jump and slip down to the honeycomb, I did say without slipping. Also, it is apparent because the texture of the level entrance is the same as where the honeycomb is.
Different people for each game. It is Tooty for the first game and Bottles for the second game. You never save Grunty, in fact, you are pretty much trying to kill her.
|In one of her Grunty's Furnace Fun questions, what does an embarrassed Gruntilda tell Banjo to stop staring at?||Gruntilda Quiz
Under her dress where her undies are. She says this when she warns: "How dare you look, stop that stare!" and asks what color the panties are that she wears. You can find out from her sister Brentilda whether it's Spotty Purple, Sweaty Yellow, or Streaky Brown undies.
|Who falls in love with the beautified Gruntilda and brings her flowers?
Mumbo Jumbo. Klungo only presses the switch and agrees that she is "much prettier than Tooty" after she emerges from the machine. Seconds later, Mumbo, with hearts floating above his head, brings her flowers and invites her to his skull.