Awazon river basin

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Awazon river basin
Artwork of the Virtual Boy Wario Land prologue.
Artwork from the manual of Virtual Boy Wario Land
First appearance Virtual Boy Wario Land
Ruler Demon Head
Inhabitants Beaver, Blade-Face, Bomb-Bat, Chain-Saw Fish, Chippy, Coo-Coo, Dark Tortoise, Honey-Bee, Mask-Guy, Mastah Mosquito, Thorn-Ball, Vase, Vase-Based
Wario relaxing in the Awazon river basin.
Wario and his Bulldog airplane on the surface of the Awazon river basin
Three Mask-Guys entering the treasure vault behind the Aldegara Waterfall

The Awazon river basin[1] is the main location in Virtual Boy Wario Land, where Wario travelled prior to the events of the game to take a vacation. However, only a small area within it is seen, in the intro and ending cutscenes, since the game primarily takes place deep underground. Its name refers to the Amazon River, but the M is flipped to a W, similar to Wario's and Mario's names.

The story is initiated here when Wario, after being woken from his nap by a beaver, spots three Mask-Guys carrying treasure chests into a cave behind a nearby waterfall, referred to as the Aldegara Waterfall in the manual. Wario manages to catch up with the Mask-Guys, only to come across a large vault where the treasure chests were stored. Before Wario is able to open it, however, the ground beneath him crumbles away, sending him plummeting to the bottom of a series of underground caverns. He is eventually able to escape after defeating the final boss, Demon Head. Afterwards, Wario decides to leave the river basin, with his mode of transportation depending on the amount of treasure and coins collected.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アワゾン川流域[2]
Awazon gawa ryūiki

Aldegara Waterfall[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アルデガラの滝
Arudegara no Taki
Aldegara Waterfall


  1. ^ Virtual Boy Wario Land English instruction booklet, page 11.
  2. ^ Virtual Boy Wario Land: Awazon no Hihō Japanese instruction booklet, page 7.