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Grizelda's castle

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Home of Grizelda, Frookie, and the Grizmos

Grizelda's castle is the home to Grizelda and Frookie. It is a large castle made of pink crystals and is located atop a mountain in the Rainbow Kingdom, surrounded by hundreds of purple trees. It is also the indirect home of the Grizmos, as their home is directly below the castle, supported by a pillar of crystal used to construct the castle.

It is possible that the Grizmos may have built this castle by Grizelda's request, as they constructed a massive robot for her without any hesitation in "Princess Grizbot".


  • Grizelda
  • Frookie
  • Grizmos (underground)

Notable features

  • A large set of doors, specially painted in "Great Grizmos!"
    • A doggy door for Frookie located on the left door, revealed in "Princess Grizbot"
  • A "grand hall" for dance practice


In "Super Duper Dance Party", the "grand hall" of the castle was shown while Grizelda practiced dancing to DJ Bingo-Bango's music.

In "Great Grizmos!", Grizelda used so much of the Grizmos' pillar's crystals for renovations that the castle began to sink. With True and her Wish help, the sinking was stopped and everyone was safe.

In "Princess Grizbot", the castle was in danger of being destroyed by the giant robot, but was saved by True. In the same episode, Grizelda's bedroom was revealed.

In "True Switcheroo", an ice cream stop was placed near the castle, along with a Rainbow City bus parked nearby, as a result of the Switcheroo.

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