Guest Posts, Popspiracy Theories

Popspiracy: Rumpel the Treasury Thief 🍍

Hey Poptropicans, this is a guest post by Young Rider. Enjoy!

Hello, fellow Poptropicans! I know the Rumpel’s Challenge side quest just opened up for non-members, and while I was looking at a picture in the walkthrough, I happened to notice a few interesting things.

First off, from the Home Island quest, where did Xavier’s statue go? Did it stay in the pond in our backyard where we confronted Xavier? I have an answer. In the top right corner of the treasury, Xavier’s statue lies half submerged in gold. Did Rumpelstiltskin steal it from our backyard?

What if Rumpel dressed up as Xavier and stole the statue? And what is up with that big bag “Xavier” was carrying — was it gold? Looks like the treasury had lots of gold. What if Rumpel was stealing more?

Next, why is there a golden pineapple in the lower corner of the treasury? Sure looks like one of the starter items from when you first get your clubhouse. Speaking of which, where do those starter clubhouse items even come from? What if Rumpel stole them from the treasury of Fairytale Island and sold them to the clubhouse dealer for profit?

That’s all for now, hope you like this post!

– Young Rider


Hope you enjoyed this guest post by Young Rider. If you did, you might also enjoy her My Place in Poptropica story.

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4 thoughts on “Popspiracy: Rumpel the Treasury Thief 🍍”

  1. Well, I if you look at the bottom where the king was imprisoned, the cell next to the words “in a column or he’ll stay caught “ there is a throne, like the one where the player says Rumpel’s name three times and he turns into a shadow monster. Sorry about that just saw it and thought I should mention it. Great theory by the way!

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