Mt. Rugged

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Mt. Rugged
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Mario and Parakarry climbing up Mt. Rugged.
Greater Location Mushroom Kingdom
Ruler Buzzar
Inhabitants Monty Moles, Clefts, Toads, Whacka
First Appearance Paper Mario (2000)

Mt. Rugged is a rugged, rocky mountain in the southeast of the Mushroom Kingdom in Paper Mario. The foot of the mountain can be accessed from Toad Town via the K64 train. In Chapter 2, Mario and his partners must climb the mountain in order to get to their destination behind the mountain, Dry Dry Desert. Mt. Rugged is where the player meets Parakarry, a Paratroopa who tells them that he has lost letters all over the Mushroom Kingdom; several on Mt. Rugged. The player must first locate Parakarry's three letters on Mt. Rugged, once the player has achieved this, Parakarry will join the party. Mario needs Parakarry to hover across a broken bridge on the mountain as well as getting the Magical Seed here.

Buzzar is also encountered here and the player has the choice of battling him, which can help get him Star Points; alternately, he can tell Buzzar that he is Luigi, and Buzzar will surprisingly leave him alone.

Whacka

Mt. Rugged is where Whacka can be found. When Whacka is hit with Mario's Hammer, an item appears from his head called Whacka's Bump. Eight of these can be gotten until Whacka disappears. There is a Toad girl who is a Whacka lover near the train station. When Mario talks to her, she expresses her adoration of the Whacka, and after the Whacka's disappearance, her worry about where it could have gone. A Super Block can also be found in the area near the train station, but blocked by a Stone Block, it is accessible only after getting the Super Hammer from Dry Dry Ruins.

Enemies found[edit]

For enemy formations in Mt. Rugged, see here.

Items found[edit]

Item Icon Location
Star Piece PM StarPiece.gif Under a hidden panel in the corner the slope leads to in the third scene.
On a ledge in the fourth scene.
In the southwestern corner of the room to the north of the second room (requires Parakarry).
Letter PM-Letter.png On a big stone in the third scene (requires Kooper).
Down the cliff in the fifth scene.
In the room to the north of the second room, accessible after sliding the slope.
Magical Seed PM Magical Seed purple.png Given by the Bub-ulb (requires Parakarry).
Egg PaperMario Items Egg.png In a bush near the Dry Dry Railroad station.
Whacka Bump PaperMario Items WhackasBump.png Dropped by hitting Whacka.
Sleepy Sheep PaperMario Items SleepySheep.png In a question block at the southeastern corner of the second scene.
Mushroom PaperMario Items Mushroom.png In a question block at the scene to the north of the second room.
Honey Syrup PaperMario Items HoneySyrup.png In a question block at the scene to the north of the second room.
Quake Hammer Quake hammer badge.PNG On a big stone in the third scene (requires Parakarry).
Damage Dodge Damage dodge badge.PNG In the scene to the north of the second room, by going in the cave for a chest box.

Area Tattles[edit]

  • This is the Mt. Rugged station on the Dry Dry Railroad line. Not much grows around here or on the barren mountain.
  • What a steep mountain!
  • Watch out for the sneaky Monty Moles that are common to this area. They're dirty fighters. They pop up from underground and chuck rocks at people. The cowards!
  • Phew! Maybe we ought to take a break! I didn't realize the road up would be so rough! Of course, as nice as it would be to take five on a rock, you have to watch yourself. Enemies disguise themselves as rocks. They're nasty and spiky, so keep your eyes open.
  • Whoa! We're pretty high up! Ooog... I feel a little faint. I never told you this before, but I have a fear of heights.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Bowser's CastlePrincess Peach's CastleStar HavenStar WayShiver CityShiver SnowfieldStarborn ValleyShiver MountainCrystal PalaceGoomba VillageGoomba King's FortressMario's HouseShy Guy's Toy BoxClub 64Toad Town DojoShooting Star SummitKoopa VillageKoopa Bros. FortressWindy MillTubba Blubba's CastlePleasant PathDry Dry RailroadToad TownGoomba RoadFlower FieldsBoo's MansionForever ForestDry Dry OutpostDry Dry DesertMt. RuggedGusty GulchYoshi's VillageMt. LavalavaJade JungleLavalava Island
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴツゴツ
Gotsugotsu Yama
Craggy Mountain. The Toad worker at the Mt. Rugged station in the Japanese version of Paper Mario refers to it as ゴツゴツやま, indicating that the kanji 山 should follow its kun-reading, やま.
Spanish Monte Escarpado Sheer Mount
French Mont Accidenté Rugged Mount
German Klippenberg Cliff Mountain
Chinese 乱石山
Luànshí Shān
Riprap Mountain (from iQue's localization of Paper Mario)