Cavi Cape

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Cavi Cape
Greater Location Mushroom Kingdom
Inhabitants Chuboomba, Borp,
First Appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story

Cavi Cape is a location from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. It is split up into two areas. The first area is red and purple in color and appears to be a cave. It is filled with many boulders and stalagmites. The second area appears to be plains. It is brown and green in color and is filled with many dead trees which Bowser can burn later in the game. It is west of Plack Beach and south of Blubble Lake. The Tunnel is also connected here via Warp Pipe. The first two Chakroads in the game are also found here. This is the first area Bowser traverses. It is where he awakens after the meeting about The Blorbs. Bowser encounters Fawful, where he tells Bowser about his plan to control his castle and conquer the Mushroom Kingdom. Bowser fights Midbus here, but loses. Chuboombas can fight both the Mario bros. and Bowser, but Borps only fight Mario and Luigi, because Bowser can defeat them by simply walking over them. Bowser also learns combat commands in Cavi Cape.



The following are overworld items found in this area.[1]

Item Icon Location
Hot Drumstick Drumstick.png x3 In the brick in the northernmost purple area in the west.
x2 In the south brick in the northern, big grassy area.
In the brick in the scene to the western-middle grassy area.
Red-Hot Fangs MLRPG3 C Fang.png In the bricks beyond the spider web near the beginning in the west.
Judge Shell MLRPG3 C Koura.png In the bricks beyond the spider web near the beginning in the west.
Ironclad Shell MLRPG3 C Koura.png In an item block in the northern, big grassy area. The player has to use Bowser's Spike Ball ability to roll up.

Names in other languages[edit]

Princess Peach's CastleDimble WoodCavi CapePlack BeachBowser PathBowser CastleUnderground TunnelTower of YikkBumpsy PlainsToad Town CavesToad TownBlubble Lake
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲプーみさき
Gepū Misaki
Possibly derived from geppu, "burp" or a corruption of "cape".
Spanish (NOA) Cabo Caries Decay Cape
Spanish (NOE) Cabo Eructo Belch Cape
French (NOE) Cap Rototo Blurp Cape
German Kap Bäuerchen Burp Cape
Italian Promontorio Rocciabuca Hole-Rock Promontory


  1. ^ abcd9146 (December 30, 2009). Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story FAQ/Walkthrough. GameFAQs. Retrieved June 10, 2016.