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The Red, Green, and Blue Chu Jelly from The Wind Waker
|Game(s)|| The Wind Waker|
Appearances, Location and Uses
The Wind Waker
There are three types of ChuChu from which Chu Jellies are readily available:
- The Red ChuChu drop Red Chu Jelly which makes Red Potion (Life)
- The Green ChuChu drop Green Chu Jelly which makes Green Potion (Magic)
- The Blue ChuChu drop Blue Chu Jelly which makes Blue Potion (Life & Magic)
Link can obtain Chu Jelly either by defeating a ChuChu or stealing it from the ChuChu with the Grappling Hook. The jelly is then kept in the Spoils Bag. They cannot be used as an item until the Chu Jelly is given to Doc Bandam on Windfall Island. Doc Bandam already has Red Potion available, while Green Potion and Blue Potion must be discovered by giving him 15 Chu Jellies. Once Doc Bandam has made one potion from the first batch of Chu Jellies and given Link a free sample, that potion will then be available for purchase from his store for the remainder of the game. Link can also continue to give Doc Bandam 5 additional Chu Jellies to receive a free potion.
Twilight PrincessChus. Unlike The Wind Waker, once a Chuchu is defeated, the jelly can be scooped with an empty bottle or just be let to dry in the ground.
The different types of Chu Jelly available are:
- Purple Chu Jelly is obtained from Purple Chus and has a random effect when drunk.
- Yellow Chu Jelly is obtained from Yellow Chus and acts the same as Lantern Oil (it can also be scooped with the Lantern to instantly refill it).
- Red Chu Jelly is obtained from Red Chus and acts the same as Red Potion (restores eight hearts).
- Blue Chu Jelly is obtained from Blue Chus and acts the same as Blue Potion (restores all hearts).
- Rare Chu Jelly is obtained from Rare Chus and acts the same as Great Fairy's Tears (restores all hearts and adds a little boost attack for a short time). This jelly has to be obtained quickly, because if another Chu runs over it, it will become that Chu's color jelly.
- Green Chu Jelly is obtained from allowing a Blue and Yellow Chu to merge. Drinking it does nothing and it only appears in the Wii version. Previous Legend of Zelda games use Green Chu Jelly to refill Link's magic meter, and since there is no magic meter in Twilight Princess, it is really unremoved beta from an earlier version of the game that included a magic meter (the magic meter can still be seen in a screenshot on the back of the Wii version box). Examining Green Chu Jelly in the item subscreen yields no information; the details page is completely blank.
- Black Chu Jelly is another beta Chu Jelly, obtained only through hacking. The description for it reads that it "smells bad even when the lid is closed" and "it seems you can drink it". Drinking it makes Link lose one heart, similar to the Nasty Soup received from Coro in Faron Woods.
- ↑ "There's a gelatinous substance in the red jelly. It's an effective cur for exhaustion, but it can't be used in its current state." — Inventory (The Wind Waker)
- ↑ "There's a gelatinous substance in the green jelly. that is filled with magic power, but you can't use it in its current form." — Inventory (The Wind Waker)
- ↑ "There's a gelatinous substance in the blue jelly that is a cure-all, but you can't use it in its current state." — Inventory (The Wind Waker)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Chuchu Jelly||Red Chuchu Jelly||Green Chuchu Jelly||Blue Chuchu Jelly||Yellow Chuchu Jelly||Purple Chuchu Jelly||Rare Chuchu Jelly|
|Spanish||Latin America/Spain||Jugo de chuchu||Jugo de chuchu rojo||Jugo de chuchu verde||Jugo de chuchu azul|
|French||France/Canada||Gelée Chuchu||Gelée Chuchu Rouge||Gelée Chuchu Verte||Gelée Chuchu Bleue|
|German||Germany||Schleim-Gelee||Rotes Gelee||Grunes Gelee||Blaues Gelee||Gelbes Gelee||Lila Gelee||Echtes Gelee|
|Italian||Italy||Gelatina ChuChu||Gelatina ChuChu Rossa||Gelatina ChuChu Verde||Gelatina ChuChu Blu|