Fluffy Bluff Galaxy

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Fluffy Bluff Galaxy
Fluffy Bluff Galaxy.png 
Area World 1 
How to unlock Get the first Power Star from Spin-Dig Galaxy 
Comet(s) Green Comet 
Level(s) Search for the Toad Brigade Captain
The Chimp's Stomp Challenge
Every Planet Has Its Price
Green Star 1
Green Star 2
Green Star 3 
Stars Smg2 icon powerstar.pngSmg2 icon powerstar.pngSmg2 icon powerstar.pngSmg2 icon greencomet.pngSmg2 icon greencomet.pngSmg2 icon greencomet.png 
Galaxy Icon A portion of the Starting Planet and several floating clouds. 
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Fluffy Bluff Galaxy is a galaxy appearing in World 1 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Cloud Flower first appears here. The Chimp is introduced in this galaxy as well.

Prankster Comets will appear not in this galaxy until the Green Stars are unlocked.

Planets[edit]

Starting Planet[edit]

Mario approaching the Starting Planet.
Concept Artwork of the planet.

The Starting Planet is easily the largest planet in the Fluffy Bluff Galaxy. It features a large expanse of land and multiple grassy stone mountains. This planet also has a large pond of water and some small buildings and gardens with flowers and trees. A tree on a small island can be seen near the starting area, on the top of which is a Sling Star leading to a large cloud and a Hungry Luma. From here, if they still have clouds left they can Long Jump straight to the Stone Mountains Planet, bypassing the Pond Planet altogether. Next to the base of the tree is a Warp Pipe that leads the player to a secret area where they must collect a ? Coin, followed by more regular coins in various different formations. Near the middle of the planet lies a wide valley, at the center of which is a Black Hole. Several clouds floating over this valley can be used as platforms to successfully reach the other side. At the end of the valley is a small field and a cliff face comprised of planks, which the player must Wall Jump up to reach the Launch Star at the top. Cloud Flowers appear prominently on this planet, which is where they are first encountered. Flaptacks and Elite Octoombas are prominent in this area.

Pond Planet[edit]

Mario on the Pond Planet.

This small planet is covered by a large, shallow pond of water. There is a small piece of grass on one of the planet's sides of and a wood platform on the other side. A Cloud Flower can be used to find a Comet Medal floating, underneath it is a metal spike. Scattered around the planet, there are five Star Chips that must be collected to reform a Launch Star over the platform. This planet is also inhabited by Cosmic Clones that mimic each of Mario's actions.

Stone Mountains Planet[edit]

A section of the Stone Mountains Planet.

This large planet, very similar to the starting planet, has a rectangular piece of grass and a cliff of dirt that the player must climb to get to the upper part where they can find a field with a pond and some large trees. Far away from this piece of land, there is a set of floating rocky mountains with grassy tops that can only be accessed with the clouds spread in the air. A Black Hole is found in the middle of the two lands. There are some rising clouds as well as Sliding Stones.

Cloud Tower Planet[edit]

Mario jumping up the Cloud Tower.

This planet can be reached by feeding a Hungry Luma 100 coins on the Starting Planet. It is a very tall triangular tower with clouds and platforms. The player must use the Cloud Flower to reach the top. Additionally, the player can go to the other side of the tower which contains coins, two 1-Up Mushrooms, and a Sling Star that sends the player to the highest area with coins and a Cloud Flower. A replica of this planet appears in the Chompworks Galaxy, but there is a Spring Mushroom provided to get to the top instead of a Cloud Flower, making it more difficult to reach the top.

The Tower Planet is the home to the only Secret Star in Fluffy Bluff Galaxy.

Enemies[edit]


Missions[edit]

Search for the Toad Brigade Captain[edit]

Mario receiving the Power Star.

This mission begins with the player arriving on the Starting planet. They will find the Blue Toad of the Brigade wondering where Captain Toad is. In order to find him, the player must walk forward to find a Cloud Flower next to a Whittle. The player must use the Cloud Flower to create cloud platforms and get on top of the structure to the left, and then walk along it to find a vertical cliff face, which they must also ascend using clouds from the Cloud Flower.

Once at the top of the cliff, the player will see some slightly larger floating cloud platforms spanning a chasm that can only be reached by using a Long Jump, or by creating clouds in the gaps between them. Below the chasm is a wide open expanse with a Black Hole in its center. Before crossing the expanse, the player should touch the Checkpoint Flag. A Tip Network TV found before the chasm is able to give the player advice on crossing the gap with the Cloud Flower. They must now jump across the existing cloud platforms, as well as any that they create by spinning, to reach the other side of the gap. On the other side, there is another Toad and a Launch Star, which the player must reach by Wall Jumping up a small opening in the cliff.

The Launch Star takes the player to the Pond Planet. Once on the Pond planet, the player has to collect the five Star Chips scattered around the planet to reform the next Launch Star, while simultaneously evading the imitating actions of three clones that appear on the planet. The galaxy's Comet Medal also appears hovering above this planet, which can be reached by backwards somersaulting and spinning (or by using any leftover cloud platforms if available). After collecting the five required Star Chips, the Cosmic Clones disappear and the player can freely take the Launch Star to the Stone Mountains Planet.

There, the player will find another Checkpoint Flag, as well as the Cosmic Spirit (if the player loses enough lives later). The player now needs to climb another cliff with the help of the Cloud Flower, while also evading Bomps to reach the top, where they will find a small field with a waterfall, some flowers, and a large tree. The player must go to the top of that tree using the swinging trapeze found hanging from one of its branches and the Cloud Flower. Once atop the tree, the player will find the Toad Brigade Captain, who tells them that The Chimp challenged him to a race. Now, the player must track down The Chimp by crossing an large gap filled with clouds leading away from the top of the tree. Using these clouds, as well as the Cloud Flower, the player should be able to cross the gap relatively quickly and easily. After crossing the void, a group of mountains can be seen, and on one that's surrounded by a cloud ring, waits The Chimp. Impressed by the player's skill at reaching him, The Chimp rewards them with a Power Star, and says he will see them later.

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Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) ¿Y el jefe de la Cuadrilla Toad? What about the Toad Brigade Captain?
French La disparition du capitaine The captain's disappearance
German Wo steckt der Kapitän des Suchtrupps? Where is the Toad Brigade Captain?

The Chimp's Stomp Challenge[edit]

The red-clad plumber stomping on some enemies.

In this mission, the player must stomp on multiple enemies within the time limit of two minutes to beat The Chimp's high score of 10,000 points. If the player matches or beats The Chimp's score, then they will obtain the Power Star. Stomping one enemy is worth 100 points, stomping two enemies in a row is worth 200, and stomping three or more enemies in a row is worth 300. Coins are worth 100 points, Star Bits are worth 10 points and Life Mushrooms and 1-Up Mushrooms are worth 1,000 points. This mission is not available at first. When the player has collected 15 Power Stars, Mailtoad will receive a letter from The Chimp, and the player is able to play this mission.

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Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) ¡A por puntos! ¡Pisotones a montones! Let's get points! Lots of stomps!
French Une pyramide vers les étoiles A pyramid toward the stars
German Hüpf-Highscore mit dem Wanderaffen! Hopping highscore with The Chimp!

Every Planet Has Its Price[edit]

Mario at the top of the tower.

This mission is a hidden star, and is accessed via the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain mission. After the player finds the Cloud Flower on the small circular 'island' in the pond, they must use it to reach the top of the nearby tree, where a Sling Star is located. This will sling the player onto a large cloud, where they will find a Hungry Luma, and a ? Coin which will reveal 4 lines of 10 coins each, suggesting that the Hungry Luma is looking for coins, rather than Star Bits. After that, the player should go behind the tree that they were standing directly above. There will be a room with a ? Coin. The player should get as many coins as they can, as the Hungry Luma wants 100 coins. When the Hungry Luma is fed, he will turn into a pink Launch Star, which will then launch the player to the Cloud Tower Planet. The planet consists of wooden blocks sticking out of a tall building with a pointed top, and moving clouds, which move in either horizontal or vertical directions. Near the top are two rotating hexagonal logs. The star is located at the very top of the tower.

Planets Visited
Enemies
Names in Other Languages
Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) La estrella tenía un precio This star had a price
French Du rififi sur les terrasses (défi) Fight on the terraces (challenge)
German Dreieckiger Turm in luftiger Höhe Triangular Tower in a dizzy height

Green Star 1[edit]

Mario above the first green star.

The player will redo the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain mission. Green Star 1 is directly above where the player starts, and merely requires the use of a Cloud Flower to reach it.

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Green Star 2[edit]

Mario about to grab the second green star.

The player will redo the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain mission. Green Star 2 is located high above the small water pond across the second bridge. The player can reach the star with the aid of the nearby Cloud Flower, but has to be wary of the shallow water.

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Green Star 3[edit]

Luigi with the final green star in sight.

The player will redo the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain one last time. The final Green Power Star is located on the stone mountain to the left of the one that The Chimp is on.

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Music[edit]

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Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese もくもくけいこくギャラクシー
Mokumoku Keikoku Gyarakushī
Cloud Practice Galaxy
Spanish Galaxia Nubes de Algodón Cotton Clouds Galaxy
French (NOA) Galaxie du Saute mouton Jumping sheep Galaxy
French (NOE) Terrasses des rigolonimbus Funnynimbuses' terraces
German Wattewolken-Galaxie Wad Cloud Galaxy
Italian Galassia Nuvola Batuffolo Wad Cloud Galaxy


Trivia[edit]

The beta pond planet.
  • The Pond Planet was originally going to be a lot smaller than its final appearance, as shown in the E3 2009 trailer.
  • This is the only galaxy in World 1 without a Prankster Comet (Besides the Green Comet).