The Adventure Trading Company was a limited-time event in Disneyland themed to the multiple attractions of Adventureland.
- 1 Background
- 2 Game Experience
- 3 Connections
- 4 Trivia
- 5 References
- The Eye of Mara Juju: This mission is accomplished by deciphering Maragyphics, the language found in the Temple of the Forbidden Eye.
- Bird Juju: In this mission guests would have to photograph birds from the Tiki Room for a talent agency and one Tiki Kiki Serbano.
- Tiki Mask Juju: Guests would have to deliver ingredients to Trader Sam's employees at his Enchanted Tiki Bar for this mission.
- Pirahnahahaha Juju: For this mission, guests would have to read a Skipper handbook and tell a Jungle Navigation Company employee a joke.
- Elephant Juju: Guests would finish this quest by finding a lost juju shipment reported upon by the Daily Gnus.
- Skull Juju:
- Snake Juju: Guests would win this by drinking Venomade at Bengal Barbecue, a drink made by blending snake eggs with cobra venom.
- Treehouse Juju: Awarded for finding petroglyphs in the Disneyodendron semperflorens grandis of Tarzan's Treehouse.
- Pineapple Juju: A mission achieved by taking an oath and becoming a goodwill ambassador for Adventureland.
In addition to being the setting for the snake juju, Shrunken Ned is quoted on talking about the treehouse in the Daily Gnus.
Short Round's hat from Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom could be found at the display. The Daily Gnus newspaper also mentions the Adventure Trading Company having visited the Lost River Delta, the Peruvian setting of Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Crystal Skull. The Eye of Mara juju is also connected to the story of Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye. The temple tours of Sallah are advertised in the Daily Gnus. One of the listed recipricantt of all the jujus in the ranks of the trading company is one Henry Jones, presumably referring to Henry Jones, Sr..
Some books in the library are written by characters of the Adventure Trading Company event. This includes Birds of Song by Tiki Kiki Serbano and Gorilla Theatre by J. Thompson Gazelle, a character from The Daily Gnuswho reviewed the gorilla raiders' performing of Hamlet.There is an additional book titled, "Traditional juju charms" by an author named MacGuffin, referencing the macguffin juju charms of the Trading Company. In the mess hall is a message from Skip Documentary saying, "I'm putting the spare key for the notice board cabinet here for safe keeping- Skip". Said key is comedically locked within the notice board. An elephant, snake, bird, and piranhahaha juju are also located within the bulletin-board of the canteen's mess-hall. In the restroom is a framed edition of the Daily Gnus from the event along wth more jujus.
The Tiki Mask juju involves Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar which is also alluded to in the Daily Gnus alongside the Disneyland Hotel. The Adventureland Trading Company character of Skip Documentary who is a skipper for the JNC is also featured in the stories of both Trader Sam's Enchanted Tiki Bar and Grog Grotto where he is a manager for the Jungle Navigation Company who oversees Sam's operations. In the normal decor of the bar is a letter addressed to Sam from the Daily Gnus asking him for an interview.
The Daily Gnus mentions the port of Harambe as having been visited by the Adventure Trading Company. Harambe is the setting of the Africa themed, "Land" of Disney's Animal Kingdom.
"The Daily Gnus" newsletter mentions Lord Henry Mystic as a noted recipient of the Elephant Juju, given for demonstrating one's tracking skills, for "assembling the largest collection of lost goods of the last century". Mystic's name also appeared first on a list of adventurers that ran the Trading Company with Mystic Point having been a previous location for the company.
The Treehouse Juju's design is modelled after the Swiss Family Robinson's treehouse from the films rather than Tarzan's treehouse in the parks, inferring a potential connection between the Trading Company and Robinson clan.
Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room
- It is possible that Kiki's name is made to connect her with, "Kiki Tiki's Water Play Area" near the Nanea Volcano pools of Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.