Bathroom (1F)

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Bathroom (1F)
Bathroom (1F) from Luigi's Mansion
Area Area Two
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This article is about the Bathroom on the first floor of Luigi's Mansion. For the Bathroom on the second floor, see Bathroom (2F).

The Bathroom is a room in Area Two in Luigi's Mansion. It consists of a sink with a mirror, a bathtub, and a shelf where the key appears. When Luigi enters the room, he is attacked by two Grabbing Ghosts, a new type of ghost. After both of them are captured, Luigi receives the Key to the Ball Room and a message from Professor E. Gadd, giving him a tip on how to fight off the ghosts.

Ghosts in the Bathroom (1F)[edit]

Ghosts in the Bathroom (1F) in the PAL Hidden Mansion[edit]

Ghosts in the Bathroom (1F) during the blackout[edit]

Treasure[edit]

Currency Amount Locations
Gold Coin
Coins
20
(100,000 G)
All 20 Coins may be found by revealing and subsequently defeating the Speedy Spirit hiding in the sink. This only applies to the Hidden Mansion mode in the Nintendo 3DS version.
Bill
Bills
10
(200,000 G)
All 10 Bills may be found by revealing and subsequently defeating the Speedy Spirit hiding in the sink. This only applies to the Hidden Mansion mode in the Nintendo 3DS version.
Gold Bar
Gold Bars
2
(200,000 G)
Both Gold Bars may be found by revealing and subsequently defeating the Speedy Spirit hiding in the sink. This only applies to the Hidden Mansion mode in the Nintendo 3DS version.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バスルーム
basurūmu
-
French Salle de bain -
German Badezimmer -
Spanish Baño Bath