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User Info: Crazy4Metroid

Crazy4Metroid
1 year ago#1
Anyone know if Nintendo ever explained why they decided to have each Blue Chuchu found in the game yield a glob of blue jelly only once? It's kind of disappointing to think that you can load up on red and green jelly all you want, but blue is only available in a small limited quantity.
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User Info: skater43

skater43
1 year ago#2
I think the idea was to get the player to go look for the blue chus around the map, to go explore and such, rather than just continuously kill the first one they come across until they have enough jelly to turn in. As I recall, there's actually a couple of extras, more than needed to turn in for blue potions, and just bumping around the islands, you'll prolly come across most of them with little trouble, so hunting them down isn't that daunting a task.
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