Pleasant Path

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Mario and Goombario walking in Pleasant Path.

Pleasant Path is the name of the east-northeast region of the Mushroom Kingdom and home to some Koopa Troopas. It is the setting of Chapter 1 during the events of Paper Mario.

Pleasant Path is characterized by the peaceful pleasant brook running down it, along with the many trees and Candy Canes. Russ T. speaks of these special candy canes, telling Mario that if he does something for them, they will do something for him in return. Mario first encounters both Koopa Troopas and Paratroopas on the lane. A fork-like mountain holds the high path to the Koopa Bros. Fortress, and the low path to Koopa Village. The exit to the west leads to Toad Town. Locations in Pleasant Path include:

After the completion of Chapter 5, Kent C. Koopa blocks the west exit of Pleasant Path. If the player wishes to go through Pleasant Path in this way, the player must defeat Kent C. Koopa before proceeding or they could alternately pay him 100 coins to pass.

Enemies Found[edit]

Items Found[edit]

Note: The scenes are numbered from west to east.

Name of Item Icon Found In
Dizzy Attack Dizzy attack badge.PNG In the Badge Block at the first scene.
Fright Jar PaperMario Items FrightJar.png In the rightmost block at the first scene.
POW Block POWBlock PM.png In the ? Block at the second scene.
Sleepy Sheep PaperMario Items SleepySheep.png Behind a fence in the second scene.
Honey Syrup PaperMario Items HoneySyrup.png Behind the rightmost Candy Cane in the third scene.
Attack FX B Attack fx B badge.PNG Smashing the blocks near the entrance of Koopa Village in the order [1][3][2], will reveal a red ? Badge block with this badge inside.
Thunder Bolt PaperMario Items Thunderbolt.png On the first block in the fourth scene (requires Kooper or Tornado Jump)
Fire Flower PaperMario Items FireFlower.png In a hidden ? Block between two Brick Blocks at the east of the fourth scene.
Star Piece Star Piece.GIF On the southern small island in the second scene (requires Kooper)
Under a hidden panel between the three Candy Canes in the third scene.
Under a hidden panel at the coin trap in the fourth scene.
In the tree at the fifth scene.
FP Plus FP plus badge.PNG On a high platform near Koopa Bros. Fortress, accessed through a pipe by blasting the wall near the Heart Block first.

Hidden ? block[edit]

Item Description Image
PaperMario Items FireFlower.png
Fire Flower
In the area two screens west of the Koopa Bros. Fortress, the hidden ? Block is between the two Brick Blocks. PMHiddenBlock2.png

Area Tattles[edit]

  • "To the west of here is Toad Town, and to the east is Koopa Village. If we go even farther east, we'll eventually reach Koopa Bros. Fortress."
  • "It's always pleasant around here. That's why we call this place Pleasant Path. It's nice and warm today, too. Incidentally, lots of Koopas live around here."
  • "Koopas like to live around Pleasant Path because there's plenty of water for them to lounge in. Koopa Village is down this way. If you want to go to Koopa Bros. Fortress, we should take the upper path and just keep going straight."
  • "If we continue along the pass, we should reach Koopa Bros. Fortress. Many Koopas and Paratroopas live around here. If they're loyal to Bowser, they'll definetely attack us."
  • "Just east of here, we can see Koopa Bros. Fortress. Actually, we're probably already on fortress grounds. That arch certainly looks like a part of it. And there are lots of bad guys, too.

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 ポカポカロード
Pokapoka Roodo
Blunder Road
Spanish Sendero Agradable
French Chemin Agréable Pleasant Path
German Wanderpfad Traveling Path