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- This article is about the Super Adventure Box NPC. For an alternate name for in-game merchants, see Merchant.
Shopkeepers are allied vendors found inside Super Adventure Box. Most are located within shops, behind a counter that allows you to trade baubles for certain items and upgrades.“
At last, a customer! I'm eager for your business.
Boosts and bundles
|Small Health Refill|
|Double Health Refill|
1. Can only be purchased once.
World 1 Upgrades
World 2 Upgrades
|Bauble Tote Bag|
|Medium Health Bottle|
(Chat box translations do not always correspond exactly to the SAB dialogue boxes, which sometimes cut off early.)
- When talking to or entering shop
- Shopkeeper: Now that you're here, maybe you'll buy some of my stuff.
- Shopkeeper: At last, a customer! I'm eager for your business.
- Smashing responses
- Shopkeeper: I could never find a good spot for that. Thank you for destroying it.
- Shopkeeper: Yes, smash it! I've always hated that thing.
- Shopkeeper: Ha ha! You sure enjoy smashing.
- Shopkeeper: I had too many things. It's good that you are breaking everything.
- Shopkeeper: In the end, I see that my hoarding has brought me only sadness.
- Shopkeeper: Go ahead and break my stuff. I don't care.
- Shopkeeper: Smashing my stuff? It's good to keep busy.
- Outside his shop in Dark Woods
- Shopkeeper: This water tastes improper. (dies)
- In the toxic water after it has been drained in Dark Woods
- I lost my HAT in the water. Do you have a backup HAT?
Here, I have an extra hat.
- Thank you! I do not need this CROWN now. You can have it.
- How polite!
- I do not have hats to spare.
- After giving the shopkeeper a HAT in Dark Woods
- Thank you. I searched for my HAT for a long time.
- The water is not safe. You should stay out of it.
- In Rapids (see notes)
- Villager: Walk in still water. Avoid moving water.
- After destroying Cage at the end of Zone 1 or Zone 2
- Thank you for saving me. Here, I'll show you the way to a new place.
- The NPC at the start of Rapids was both originally referred to "Villager" overhead, even though the chatbox showed them as "Shopkeeper". This was partially fixed in 2017 where her overhead name was updated "Shopkeeper" to match her overhead name in chat from 2016 as well as function, however her name in chat was switched to "Villager".
- Shopkeepers will occasionally make remarks towards players when items in their shops are smashed, in reference to The Legend of Zelda video game franchise, in which smashing pots within stores was commonplace.
- The shopkeeper that sells baubles is a reference to the first Legend of Zelda game, where some hidden shopkeepers would sell you Rupees at a price of more than they are worth.