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Tribal King

Mamba is a character in Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland.[name reference needed] She is the daughter of the Tribal King of the Yamatami Tribe. She is a buxom woman who dotes on her father and is driven to sadness by his change from a friendly, cheerful man to a Rupee obsessed tyrant.


Tingle first meets her in his throne room and delivers a Nidorian fruit to her, her father's favorite food. Rather than accepting the fruit, he knocks her down the stairs and demands more Rupees instead. Bursting into tears in response to her father's change in personality, she flees.[1] She can later be found in her room, where a picture of her hangs on the wall.

Later, as her father throws a large sum of Rupees into Mount Desma and collapses, she arrives with a pair of soldiers to carry him back to the village. Before she leaves, she reveals to Tingle that a great sum of Rupees is guarded by a monster in Desma's Labyrinth.[2] She then returns to the village to dote on her sick father.

When Tingle defeats Dora Dora, both her and her recovered father meet him back at the village. After celebrating Tingle's victory, she can later be found in her own room, happy again that her father is back to normal.


  1. "Eh?! King say he no want Nidoran! King changed! Mamba sad!" — Mamba (Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland)
  2. "I worked out the curse! I know what to do! A bad god is using bad rupee power... In this mountain, a beast guarding treasure sleeps... Open the box and good rupee power will come out... The curse will go, the Yamatami tribe will be happy again... But the Yamatami tribe fears the mountain beast... We are too scared to enter the mountain... King has ceremony with rupees he has gathered... Tingle goes in mountain... Must thank him... Give many rupees... Mountain dangerous... Flames dangerous... Look out, Tingle! Mamba worried! Good luck! Go for it!" — Mamba (Freshly-Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland)