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Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland is an event from Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland. Acting as a "what if" scenario, Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland is the title given to a portion of a cutscene in the game. When Tingle imagines what would happen if Uncle Rupee defeats him in a hallucination, a screen similar to the title screen appears. Uncle Rupee can be seen standing over a dozen bowing people who have been Tingleized. This likely depicts Rupeeland, and as the Grand Fairy explains, all in Rupeeland are slaves and Uncle Rupee is a tyrant. This description accurately depicts what is seen in Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland.


Bad Uncle Rupee's Ashen Rupeeland is a play on the title of the game, Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland. The latter describes a utopian society that Tingle is tricked into believing in, while the former describes the reality of things, and Uncle Rupee's true intentions.

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