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Shadow City Outer Walls
Jowee and the Hero return from Jangala Falls with Pirate Beard's map, and he shows the two a secret path into the Treetop Village, home of the Monkey King. Jowee begins to question whether or not the Monkey King would want visitors after not being seen for years, but Pirate Beard reassures them that if they treat the King with respect, then they will either be fine or made into stew.
The two then go to see Mari who tells them that Circi is re-examining the clues thus far, and wishes that Mike were available to help with one of his machines, but he is apparently out on business. She then tells Jowee and the Hero that she hopes the Monkey King will have the answers they are looking for.
Before the Monkey King allows Jowee and the Hero to see him however, he demands three fruit offerings, a Lemon, a Banana, and a Pineapple. The Hero draws these three objects and enters the Monkey Kings Throne Room. When Jowee and the Hero enter the Throne Room, they notice that Zsasha was with the Monkey King the whole time, proving his innocence in the robberies around Raposa Village. Zsasha cries out for a rescue.
The Monkey King argues that he was protecting Zsasha from the "Bad Inkies" that were invading the Throne Room, and he wouldn't let him leave until they were gone. With that, the Hero climbs up the Throne Room, taking out the Shadow Walkers as he climbed. When they get to the top, the Monkey King explains that the Walkers had invaded for the Crystal Mask, and so the Monkey King gives it to the Hero. He also releases Zsasha to the Hero, and invites them to come back anytime.
- Speak with the Monkey King (Story Challenge)
- Defeat the Bad Inkies (Story Challenge, Replaces Original After Entering the Throne Room)
- Retrieve 5 Monkey Milk Bries (Cookie's Challenge)
- This is the only level in Jangala to not follow the naming convention of "Jangala [word]."