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Isaac's Shop

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Characteristics
Name Isaac's Shop
Type Commercial (Shop)
Use Acts as a shop for The Hero
Location Village
Turtlerock
Information
Creation No
Owner Isaac
Residents Isaac
Games Dtl1LogoThumbWii LogoDS logo

Isaac's Shop, or the Item Shop, is a building that appears in all three games of the Drawn to Life series.

In Drawn to Life, the shop is located in the southern section of the village, east of the Village Entrance. The Hero may buy color palettes, Music, a minigame, stamps, and ability moves here after collecting the tokens in the game's levels.

In Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii), it is [TBA]. The Hero can buy stamps, color palettes, and Hero guides.

In Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (DS), it is located in the south-western section of Turtle Rock, directly west of Jowee's Room. The Hero can buy weapon upgrades, Hero templates, and music.

All items are purchased using Rapo-Coins, the currency in both games.

TowerIcon Appearance Edit

Isaac's Shop is a metal, tower-like building with a domed roof and a propeller built on top of it. The shop is built on top of a stump with three other connected stumps. These stumps create a staircase to the entrance. There are two windows as well as a rectangular sign outside with a green or blue bag painted on it.

Drawn to Life Edit

Isaac's Shop is the first building that The Creator must free from darkness using the Eternal Flame, after Mt. Snowy, and Isaac and his family are rescued. It is not immediately accessible, as Isaac must still clean up and prepare the shop before The Hero can use it; it becomes accessible after clearing the Banya Fields, after the snowball fight. Every time a World Gate is completed, The Hero can receive a new shoote or upgrade for their current one at Isaac's Shop.

Shortly after Cookie is rescued, he and Isaac get into an argument over the shop's lack of items and steep prices. This dispute goes on for a while until Mari stops them.

Inventory Edit

More items become available as their tokens are collected in the levels.

Items sold in Drawn to Life

Isaac's Shop's Items (DTL)
Colors n' Patterns Stamps Music n' Games Abilities
Item Price Item Price Item Price Item Price

Normal

1000 Eye Set 500 Snowy World 250 Flip 2000
Polka Dot 1000 Hair Set 500 Dark Cave 250 Slide 2000
Stripes

1000

Mouth Set 500 Forest 1 250 Dash 2000
Waves 1000 Animal Set 500 Underwater 250 Uppercut 2000
Bright 1000 Number Set 500 Island 1 250
Checked 1000 Fruit Set 500 City 2 250
Plaid 1000 Shape1 Set 500 Frostwind 250
Stars 1000 Shape2 Set 500 A Rocket! 250
Tropical 1000 Mere Thief 250
Tiled 1000 Ooh Wilfre! 250
Vertical 1000 False Hope 250
Horizontal 1000 Sad Village 250
Snow Fight 250
Festival 250
Mari+Jowee 250
At Night 250
Yarrgh! 250
Trouble! 250
Farmin' 250
Special 250
City Funk 250
Alt. 250
Snow Game 3000

Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii) Edit

In Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii), the door on Isaac's Shop is stolen, leaving the shop inaccessible. At the time, it is assumed that it was stolen by Zsasha despite nobody seeing him in the act. After The Hero finds the Template page for the door in Jangala Canopy and the door is redrawn, the shop becomes available to the player. Like in the last game, secrets can be found to unlock more items in the shop. The shop doesn't offer music, games, or abilities like the first game does. However, unlike in the original game, the shop offers Hero templates that are available for purchase.

(Each stamp category has 10 stamps each.)

InventoryEdit

Items sold in Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (Wii)

Isaac's Shop's Items (DTL:TNC WII)
Stamps Color Palettes Hero Guides
Category Item Price Item Price Item Price
Patterns TBA 2=200 TBA 225 Luchador TBA
Eyes TBA All Free? TBA TBA Old Man TBA
Mouths TBA 2=125

6=125

TBA TBA Suit of Armor TBA
Hair TBA All Free? TBA TBA Gator 205
Animal TBA 7=150 TBA TBA Drew (Boxart Hero) Free?
Eyebrows TBA 9=100 TBA TBA Blank Boy Free?
Ears TBA 6=80 TBA TBA Blank Girl TBA
Shapes TBA All Free? TBA TBA Skeleton 215
Hats TBA 6=100 Astronaut TBA
Body Parts TBA 5=110

6=110

Superhero (Male) 200
Jangala TBA 1,2,5,6,7=100 (All 100?) Witch 200
Shadow City TBA TBA Knight TBA
Icy Wastes TBA TBA Cat Pirate 205
Eastern Winds TBA TBA Rabbit Nerd TBA
Raposa TBA 1=100

2=100

Teddy Bear TBA
Anubis 200
Fly TBA
Cool Cactus 200
Robot 210
Dog TBA
Pirate TBA
Jail Bird TBA
Ninja 210
Mad Scientist 200
Unfinished Sketch (Male) TBA
Unfinished Sketch (Female) TBA
Mexican Panda 210
Figureskater 200
Princess 200
Girl 200
Sweater Dog TBA
Warlock TBA
Superhero (Female) TBA

Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (DS) Edit

In Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter, Isaac's Shop on Turtle Rock, now called the Item Shop, undergoes a major change in appearance, taking on a more isometric style. The Item Shop doesn't play as large a part in the story as it does in the previous games. The Hero may buy all the same types of items as in the first game, bar the minigame, but they no longer require special tokens to be collected in the levels in order to unlock them. However, the opening scene of the game, Light of my Life, and Real Life cannot be purchased until all the BakiBeard Coins have been collected from the levels.

InventoryEdit

Items sold in Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter (DS)

Isaac's Shop's Items (DTL:TNC DS)
Hero Guides Music Upgrades
Item Price Item Price Item Price
Alien 240 Track 1 42 Shooter 250
Capri 76 Track 2 150 Rapid Fire 750
Carnivore 76 Track 3 76 Hyper Shot 1500
Cosmo 240 Track 4 42 Slasher 250
Dark Armour 500 Track 5 150 Dbl. Slash 750
Doc Broc 240 Track 6 76 Final Atk. 1500
Fearless 120 Track 7 42 Slinger 250
Franz 240 Track 8 76 Omni Shot 750
Hiro 500 Track 9 150 Hurricane 1500
Icky 76 Track 10 777
Kendle 76 Track 11 800
Knuckles 240 Track 12 42
Lagarto 120 Track 13 360
Leslie 76 Track 14 76
Miko-Chan 500 Track 15 240
Mr Keeble 120 Track 16 360
Pip 120 Track 17 800
Santa 76 Track 18 480
Snowman 240 Track 19 800
Stuart 120 Track 20 480
Tobot 120 Track 21 240
Trent 500 Track 22 150
Track 23 480
Track 24 800
Track 25 240
Track 26 360
Track 27 240
Track 28 360
Track 29 480
Track 30 1000
Track 31 1500
Track 32 2000

Question TriviaEdit

  • When switching between menus or songs in the shop, all animations will pause for a brief moment before resuming.
  • The "Snow Melting" and "Day" textures are the same.
  • The item bag on the sign turns blue during winter.
  • According to his wife, Mya, Isaac spends too much time in his shop.
  • The shop is one of the few buildings in the Raposa Village without an orange roof.
  • It is the first building to be freed from darkness.
  • Mari and Cookie are the only Raposa seen purchasing or inquiring about items from the shop.
    • Although both Raposa were unable to spend their Rapo-Coins as Isaac either didn't carry the items at that time, or the price was disagreed with.
  • At the beginning of the first game, the Shop carried neither books nor paint.
  • Despite the Normal and Bright color palettes being default palettes that you have from the very start of the game, prices can be seen for them in Isaac's Shop.
  • The shop in the first game has a storeroom on the second floor that's supposed to carry food and other items.
    • Although, due to Wilfre's vandalization of the Book of Life before the events of the game, it is empty.
  • A large fish is seen in a hanging net outside the Turtle Rock Shop.

PaintingIcon MediaEdit


DTL2 Isaacs Shop

Shop Theme


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