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The stage is a traveling stage that starts in a grassland, much like World 1-1, with Peach's Castle in the background. The stage scrolls to the right automatically, with Donut Blocks, ? Blocks (which can contain items and are more likely to contain Super Leaves), Brick Blocks, Flip Panels and a Note Block all being present in this section and functioning like they do in the Super Mario series. The stage then stops scrolling on a set of moving platforms, which proceed to fly through a mountainous valley area somewhat resembling World 8-2; in this section, rocks emerge from the walls in designated areas and tilt the platforms on the battlefield. The platforms then land on a grassy downhill slope, resembling World 4-1, albeit not as downhill as said level. The stage continues scrolling right through this section and into the next section, which features rotating blocks. The stage then stops scrolling on another set of moving platforms which fly above the final section of the stage: a water area resembling many different levels from Super Mario 3D Land, such as World 6-1. Additionally, Skewers appear beneath the platforms and destroy parts of them, damaging any fighters that they touch, though they do not appear in online play in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. Switchboards also appear as platforms in this section. At the end of the section, the platforms fly into a Warp Pipe that sends the fighters back to the start, repeating the cycle. The Final Destination and Battlefield versions of this stage take place on stationary platforms above the water section.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, the unlock battle for Bowser Jr. takes place on this stage.
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