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Celeeb
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Celeeb is a location in Twilight Princess.[note 1] Owned by Chudley, it is a fancy, high-end store located in Hyrule Castle Town.

Features and Overview

All of the merchandise in Celeeb is overpriced so that Link cannot even afford the cheapest item, and no one is allowed to enter the shop unless their shoes are polished. As such, Link must get his shoes shined by Soal, who is standing just outside the shop and will polish shoes for 10 Rupees, to even access the store.[2][3] In Twilight Princess HD, the prices are raised to account for the addition of the Colossal Wallet. However, Link's Rupee limit will still be 1 Rupee short of affording the cheapest item, the Arrows—and another 10 off for Soal outside, which is required just to enter Celeeb.

Once Link donates enough Rupees to repair the bridge in Eldin's Hyrule Field and funds Malo Mart's mission to purchase the store, Chudley's shop will close and be replaced by the Malo Mart Castle Branch. He then becomes the new worker at this branch, changing his attitude as well as his wardrobe.

In Twilight Princess HD, screenshots from the initial Breath of the Wild trailer appear in picture frames throughout Celeeb as an easter egg inside.[4] These are replaced by photos of Malo once the store is bought out.

Wares and Pricing

Twilight PrincessTwilight Princess HD
Item Description Price
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Bombs
A staple of Barnes Co. product. It's been a top seller for generations. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 12,000 Rupees
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Water Bombs
This is a shop original. We've wrapped the explosive in fine leather. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 24,000 Rupees
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Pocket Bombling
This dangerous pet is popular with the ladies in town. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 36,000 Rupees
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Arrows (10)
Constructed of the lightest materials, these are safe for all skill levels. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 10,000 Rupees
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Blue Potion
This potion restores health through its aromatherapeutic qualities. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 40,000 Rupees
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Red Potion
This red drink burns with a fiery color that ignites passion in the hearts of all who see it. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 12,000 Rupees
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Magic Armor
Armor for the richest and most precious costumers who value their lives over their Rupees. TP Green Rupee Icon.png 400,000 Rupees

Trivia

  • In Celeeb, a "classy" remix of the original shop theme from Ocarina of Time can be heard.
  • Chudley states that the Water Bomb is a "shop original", despite the fact that Water Bombs are available from Barnes' Bombs and a Zora near the Lakebed Temple as well.[5]

Nomenclature

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Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese セレブ (Serebu) Celeeb

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Notes

  1. Celeeb is referred to as Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium in the Twilight Princess guide from Prima Games.[1] However, as this name conflicts with the in-game name, this name is not considered canon.

References

  1. "Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium" (Twilight Princess Guide (Prima), pg. 201)
  2. "Excuse me... I am terribly sorry, but... Well, having a customer in the store with shoes as filthy as yours can make our other clients uncomfortable. We hope that you will come back once you have found some more-polished footwear." — Chudley (Twilight Princess)
  3. "Hey, you! Your shoes are grimy! I'll polish 'em for you for 10 Rupees." — Soal (Twilight Princess)
  4. GameXplain, Zelda Wii U Secret in Twilight Princess HD (Easter Egg), YouTube, published February 25, 2016, retrieved February 25, 2016.
  5. "Water Bombs / This is a shop original. We've wrapped the explosive in fine leather. 6,000 Rupees. GOT IT?" — Chudley (Twilight Princess)
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