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(Rewritten from scratch, added stock tables and suches. Mean to include pre-takeover prices as well as the unique remake stamp item in the future.)
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|caption = Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium
 
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|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]'' ([[2006]])
 
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|location = [[Hyrule Castle Town]]
 
|location = [[Hyrule Castle Town]]
|wares = [[Arrow]]s<br />[[Bomb]]s<br />[[Blue Potion]]<br />[[Bombling]]<br />[[Magic Armor]]<br />[[Red Potion]]<br />[[Water Bomb]]s
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|wares = [[Arrow]]s<br />[[Blue Potion]]<br />[[Bomb]]s<br />[[Bombling]]<br />[[Magic Armor]]<br />[[Red Potion]]<br />[[Water Bomb]]s
 
|owner = [[Chudley]]
 
|owner = [[Chudley]]
 
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|firstgame = ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess|Twilight Princess]]'' ([[2006]])
 
 
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'''Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium''' is a shop from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess]]''. Located in [[Hyrule Castle Town]], it is owned and operated by the snobbish [[Chudley]]. When [[Link]] attempts to enter the shop for the first time, he is refused entry by the doorman. The doorman tells Link that he must have clean boots if he wishes to enter the shop. Link must then seek out the a young boy named [[Soal]], located next to the Emporium's staircase, who will polish Link's boots for 10 [[Rupee|Rupees]]. Once Link does this, he is allowed entry into Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium. Once inside, however, Link discovers that the shop is designed for the richest residents of [[Hyrule]] only, because all of Chudley's products are extremely overpriced, including the [[Magic Armor]] priced at 100,000 Rupees. Unable to afford anything being sold (even with the Giant Wallet), Link is forced to leave the store.
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'''Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium''' is a shop from ''[[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess]]''. Located in the central area of [[Hyrule Castle Town]], it is owned and operated by the snobbish [[Chudley]]. This lavishly decorated store--open only during the day--features an assortment of items, including the unique [[Magic Armor]], sold at such exorbitant prices that even with the biggest [[wallet]] upgrade at hand, [[Link]] cannot hope to afford any of the merchandise on offer. Furthermore, those with insufficiently clean footwear will be refused entry outright. Link can pay [[Soal]]--the shoeshine boy found near the entrance to Chudley's--a fee of 10 [[Rupee]]s for shining Link's boots, which will at least gain Link entry into the establishment, even if he cannot actually make a purchase.
 
And to make things even worse, the shop is closed at night; this means that everyone (including Link) will be refused entry by the doorman even if they have tidy footwear.
 
   
===Malo Mart Castle Town Branch===
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Later on in the game, [[Malo]] seeks to take over Chudley's business as part of an endeavor to create a chain of [[Malo Mart]] stores. Once Link has donated enough money to Malo, his takeover promptly succeeds. The store is rebranded as '''Malver's Marvelous Market''' (also referred to as the '''Malo Mart Castle Town Branch'''), with Chudley retained as an employee, having himself been renamed to Malver. Prices are lowered to a more reasonable point, providing some of the best value for regular items such as [[arrow]]s, [[bomb]]s, and potions; the Magic Armor is also finally made obtainable, though purchasing it requires Link to have certain wallet upgrades on his person.
Later in the game, the young [[Malo]] seeks to turn his [[Kakariko Village]] [[Malo Mart]] into a chain. When Link donates enough money to help the cause, Malo successfully overthrows Chudley, and turns Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium into a Malo Mart branch named Malver's Marvelous Market. When Link visits the shop, he discovers the reason for the name: Chudley has changed from a snobbish salesman into a joyful and friendly fellow who goes by the name Malver. Not only has the salesperson and overall aura of the store changed, however, but the prices have plummeted as well.
 
   
(The Magic Armor can be bought for 598 Rupees, and everything else for half of the price that other stores sell for.)
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The refurbished store has also been deprived of its former exclusivity, no longer requiring clean shoes to enter. After Malo's takeover scores of Hyrule Castle Town passers-by can be seen carrying Malo Mart brand shopping bags, indicating that the shop has become very popular and fashionable. In the [[The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess#Port to Wii U|re-release]] for the [[Wii U]], an image from the as-yet untitled ''[[The Legend of Zelda (Wii U)|The Legend of Zelda]]'' title scheduled to be released on the same console, can be seen hanging on the wall of the store before Malo takes it over.
   
After its transformation into Malo Mart, random citizens in [[Hyrule Castle Town]] will be seen carrying Malo Mart brand shopping bags, indicating that the shop has become very popular and fashionable in Hyrule Castle Town.
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== Stock ==
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!bgcolor="#ccccff"|'''Item'''
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!bgcolor="#ccccff"|'''Price'''
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|10 [[Arrow]]
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|5 [[Rupee]]s
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|-
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|[[Blue Potion]]
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|50 Rupees
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|-
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|30 [[Bomb]]s
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|45 Rupees
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|-
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|10 [[Bombling]]s
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|30 Rupees
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|-
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|[[Magic Armor]]
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|598 Rupees
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|-
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|[[Red Potion]]
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|15 Rupees
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|-
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|15 [[Water Bomb]]s
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|45 Rupees
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|}
   
To make things even better, having clean shoes is no longer required and the store will be permanently open.
 
 
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Revision as of 00:44, March 20, 2016

Chudley's Fine Goods and Fancy Trinkets Emporium is a shop from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. Located in the central area of Hyrule Castle Town, it is owned and operated by the snobbish Chudley. This lavishly decorated store--open only during the day--features an assortment of items, including the unique Magic Armor, sold at such exorbitant prices that even with the biggest wallet upgrade at hand, Link cannot hope to afford any of the merchandise on offer. Furthermore, those with insufficiently clean footwear will be refused entry outright. Link can pay Soal--the shoeshine boy found near the entrance to Chudley's--a fee of 10 Rupees for shining Link's boots, which will at least gain Link entry into the establishment, even if he cannot actually make a purchase.

Later on in the game, Malo seeks to take over Chudley's business as part of an endeavor to create a chain of Malo Mart stores. Once Link has donated enough money to Malo, his takeover promptly succeeds. The store is rebranded as Malver's Marvelous Market (also referred to as the Malo Mart Castle Town Branch), with Chudley retained as an employee, having himself been renamed to Malver. Prices are lowered to a more reasonable point, providing some of the best value for regular items such as arrows, bombs, and potions; the Magic Armor is also finally made obtainable, though purchasing it requires Link to have certain wallet upgrades on his person.

The refurbished store has also been deprived of its former exclusivity, no longer requiring clean shoes to enter. After Malo's takeover scores of Hyrule Castle Town passers-by can be seen carrying Malo Mart brand shopping bags, indicating that the shop has become very popular and fashionable. In the re-release for the Wii U, an image from the as-yet untitled The Legend of Zelda title scheduled to be released on the same console, can be seen hanging on the wall of the store before Malo takes it over.

Stock

Item Price
10 Arrow 5 Rupees
Blue Potion 50 Rupees
30 Bombs 45 Rupees
10 Bomblings 30 Rupees
Magic Armor 598 Rupees
Red Potion 15 Rupees
15 Water Bombs 45 Rupees
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