The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask/Locations/Clock Town
Economy and Government of Clock TownEdit
The main currency of Clock Town is the rupee, as with the rest of Termina. Curiously, rupees can commonly be found around town in abandoned jars and behind shrubs.
Clock Town is governed by a Council and a Mayor. The current Mayor, a blue haired man by the name of Dotour, apparently has trouble making critical decisions. During the moon crisis, the council had violent arguments as whether to flee and take refuge or stay and hope for the best. Apart from the Mayor and Council, the Clock Town government includes the postal service found in West Clock Town and the guards found around town who protect the city from dangerous outsiders.
Clock Town appears to be purely commercial with little to no industrial activity. Consisting of nearly completely shops, restaurants and inns, Clock Town earns much of its revenue through tourism during the once-a-year "Festival of Time."
Based in West Clock Town, the postal service picks up and delivers mail to red mail boxes around town. It is illegal to look into mailboxes without proof of being in the service. The town's postman is extremely dedicated and will deliver mail through rain or falling moons.
Sections of Clock TownEdit
Clock Town is divided into 4 sub-sections: East, North, West and South.
East Clock TownEdit
East Clock Town is home to a few game shops, restaurants and inns, along with the Mayor's office. The bulk of East Clock Town's area is taken up by the "Stock Pot Inn," a 24-hour day operational hotel sporting a large bell. It also is home to the secret society known as the "Bombers'" hideout.
List of Places in East Clock Town:
- Town Shooting Gallery
Gaming establishment. Open 6 a.m. until 10 p.m.
- Honey and Darling's Shop
Gambling establishment with a new game every day. Open from 6 a.m. until 8 p.m.
- Treasure Chest Shop
Gaming/gambling establishment. Open 6 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Fully operational inn run by Anju. Open from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Milk bar open to members only. Open from 10 p.m. at night until 5 a.m.
- Mayor's Residence
Multi-purpose building serving as public office and residence of mayor's family. Open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.
- Bombers' Hideout
Secret facility complex that allows admittance by code only. Guarded 24 hours a day by Bomber Squad members.
North Clock TownEdit
North Clock town consists of a large park which takes up the entire area, except for a small Fairy Shrine and a Deku Shrub's gaming establishment in a corner. There are always children playing in the park and an occasional sighting of a Keaton occurs.
List of Places in North Clock Town
- Fairy Shrine
A sanctuary where a Great Fairy lives.
- Deku Scrub Playground
An underground gaming establishment for Dekus only. The entrance is fenced off near the Great Fairy's Shrine.
West Clock TownEdit
West Clock Town is the city's main commercial center. It includes various stores, some in which have questionable legal statuses. The West Clock Town area also is one will find the local post office, bank and lottery.
List of Places in West Clock Town
- Post Office
Government sponsored mail service. Open from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
- Lottery Shop
Government owned lottery. Open 24 hours a day.
- Clock Town Bank
Independently owned and operated bank. Open 24 hours a day.
- Swordsman's School
School of sword combat taught by a master. Open 24 hours a day.
- Bomb Shop
A store specializing in explosives. Open 24 hours a day.
- Trading Post
A general store that carries everything one could ask for. Open 24 hours a day.
- Curiosity Shop
An establishment with interesting wares yet questionable legality. Open from 10 p.m. until Dawn.
South Clock TownEdit
South Clock Town is the city's main hub. It is connected to all three of the other sections of the city and to the outside world. Every year, the Festival of Time occurs in South Clock Town, making it a cultural center. A large clock is in the center of South Clock Town, hence the name "Clock Town."
List of Places in South Clock Town
- Clock Tower
A fully functional clock running off of hydraulics. The site of the opening celebration of the yearly "Festival of Time," many believe that the inside of this clock is the gateway to the alternate universe of Hyrule.
- Back entrance to Curiosity Shop
This door is the supposed back entrance to the shady curiosity shop. It has a mailbox and a doorbell.