Banjo and Kazooie were going through Spiral Mountain as usual, with the duo having beaten their mortal enemy again for what felt like the 100th time.

"Much as I like teaching Grunty a lesson, I feel a bit exhausted doing it on a regular basis." Banjo commented to Kazooie as he just wanted to rest on a beach chair.

"Speaking of exhaustion, who are those freaks over by our house?" Kazooie commented as she had her feathery body out of Banjo's backpack.

"No idea Kazooie, let's go check it out!" Banjo added as he ran as fast as he could, leaving the actual spiral mountain for which the grassy area was named after.

The bear and bird eventually reached the meadow as they headed southward to their house, spotting Dry Bowser and Toadette there relaxing on the smooth green grass as they turned their heads to face the feathered furry duo, with the skeletal reptile and fungi girl looking at each other.

"Did you mention to them that we would be here?" Dry Bowser spoke up.

Toadette shook her head. "Nope! I kinda forgot!"

Dry Bowser placed his right hand on his skull face while groaning. "Seriously kid, I wonder why I even bother to still hang out with you..."

"Come on, DB, I'm not that pathetic..." Toadette murmured as she began touching her fingertips together.

Banjo and Kazooie exchanged glances with each other as the two decided to approach the similar duo, realizing that they have seen them somewhere before.

"Hey, aren't you two fresh off from Nintendo?" Banjo asked as he rubbed his chin.

Dry Bowser brushed his red hair as he shook his skull. "I wouldn't call being older than a decade fresh."

"Heh, they're barely younger than us." Kazooie yapped on as she shook her red wings to get her excess feathers out of her body.

"Hey, you guys were the stars on the Nintendo 64!" Toadette exclaimed as she got up onto her feet, clasping her hands together.

Banjo chuckled sheepishly while rubbing the back of his head. "Coor, we're not that much of a hit-"

"Oh yes we are!" Kazooie interrupted as she began poking the bear in the head, only for him to grab the snarky bird and slam her down onto the ground to make her stop.

"Ouch... doesn't that hurt?" Toadette commented as she winced.

"Oh she gets used to it." Banjo responded as he stretched his arms.

Dry Bowser dusted off his bones. "Doesn't seem like it."

"He says I feel fine, but personally this is more of a pain that half of the freakshows we encounter on our travels," Kazooie mumbled as she had to recover from her new injuries.