Allergia Gardens

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Allergia Gardens
Allergia Gardens.png
Inhabitants Sir Worth-A-Lot, Sir Steal-A-Lot, Sir Hop-A-Lot, Amphibigun, Scare-Oh!, Ratfael, Treasure Pest
First appearance Wario: Master of Disguise (2007)

Allergia Gardens is the setting of the final episode of Wario: Master of Disguise. Wario comes here in order to search for the fifth and final Wishstone fragment. It is a vast, labyrinthine hanging garden with many vines, spikes, and mushrooms. Many areas require the player to solve mushroom-based puzzles in order to continue. The purple doors with looping arrows on them will simply take Wario back to the same room; the green mushrooms in the area must all be pressed in order to turn the purple doors green and let Wario continue. Some of the mushrooms are invisible and require Genius Wario to see them and press them down. If a purple mushroom is pressed, either by Wario or by an enemy, the green mushrooms will be pushed back up and the player will have to start over, but once all of the green mushrooms in a given area are pressed, they will remain pressed and cannot be pushed back up. There are also red mushrooms that when pressed, cause vines that normally impede Wario's progress to wither.

This area also features devices with huge gears in them, each with two switches on them. Pressing the switches in a certain order will cause a ladder to appear. The correct order for each switch is indicated by arrows displayed somewhere in the level. However, one of the arrow sets is invisible and requires Genius Wario to see it, and another set of arrows corresponds to a room with two switches, meaning the player must remember not only the directions of the arrows, but the colors as well.

Episodes[edit]

Title Image Summary
Episode 10:
The Final Face-Off!
WMODE10.png Wario finds the last of the five Wishstone pieces, but reassembling it causes Terrormisu, a demon who had been sealed inside it, to break free.
Special Episode Part 5 WMODSPE5.png Terrormisu asks Wario and Count Cannoli to find some of her lost possessions, and offers "the most beautiful gem from her dimension" to whoever gets them first.

Enemies[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese くうちゅうていえん
Kūchū Teien
Floating Gardens
Spanish Jardines Chus Jardines means "gardens" and Chus comes from the Spanish onomatopoeia for sneezing, achús
French Jardins Suspendus Hanging gardens

Trivia[edit]

  • In both episodes that take place in Allergia Gardens, there is a missing tile in the ceiling above the door in one of the area's rooms. (This is the room where Wario must turn a gear three times to the right and two times to the left consecutively to make a ladder appear.)[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mangulation (January 5, 2019). Wario: Master of Disguise Any% (1:46:55). YouTube. Retrieved September 23, 2019.