Observatory

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This article is about a room in Luigi's Mansion. For information about the Comet Observatory in Super Mario Galaxy, see here.
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The Observatory (Japanese: 幻想の部屋 Room of Illusion) is a room in Area Three of Luigi's Mansion.

After exiting the Astral Hall, Luigi enters the Observatory. He looks through a telescope and sees the Moon. After Luigi looks away, the walls fade away, allowing Luigi to enter a small balcony. Luigi sucks up a falling Meteor Ghost and shoots it at the Moon, allowing him to get Mario's Star.

Description[edit]

The path leading to Mario's Star.

The telescope is the only real object in the Observatory, apart from a small dresser with a globe on top near the door.

Trivia[edit]

  • By using any Element, Luigi can see that "space" does not extend forever. By shooting an Elemental Blast at the far wall, the blast will eventually hit the back wall.