Village art

Art for the Pupununu Village

The Pupununu Village (refered to as Tak's Village in-game) was a village made up of many small islands. The inhabitants of the Village are the Pupununu Villagers. The center of the village has a well, and there are many huts and pottery. There are also three large waterfalls in the center, and more on the outskirts. The islands are high above the water, meaning falling will be very bad. The Village has two shaman, Jibolba and Tlaloc. The Pupununu Village also has won the favor of the Moon Juju at least twice, who know protects the village. The Village also has a prophecy, the Pupanunu People's Prophecy, which tells how Tlaloc would go against the village, and would drain the Moon Juju of her power.

Tak and the Power of JujuEdit

In the game, the prophecy has come true, and Tlaloc turned most Villagers into sheep. Jibolba tells how he trained a warrior, Lok, to fight, but Jibolba's apprentice, Tak, tell Jibolba that Lok has also been turned into a sheep. Tak is sent on a variety of quests to save the village. As he goes, he must always go through the village to access other lands, and he must occassionally return to Jibolba's Hut, loctated on the outskirts of the village.

Tak 2: The Staff of DreamsEdit

In the second game, Tak has been stuck in a dream outside of the village. When he wakes up, he and Jibolba, followed by Lok, set out to find the source of his dreams. The village is not playable, and is not actually seen.

Tak: The Great Juju ChallengeEdit

In the third game, the Pupanunu Village is the host Village of The Great Juju Challenge. Once again, the Village is not playable, and very little is seen, due to the fog. The only part not seen, was the Shaman's Snack Shack, run by Jibolba, and is only seen in cutscenes.

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The Great Juju Challenge TeamEdit


  • Artwork of the Village for Tak: The Great Juju Challenge was the same as from the original game (pictured above), except with party decorations.