Beanbean Castle Town
|Beanbean Castle Town|
|First appearance||Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)|
|Latest appearance||Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)|
|Greater location||Beanbean Kingdom|
Beanbean Castle Town is the central location in the Beanbean Kingdom. It appears in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. In the north part of town is a castle where Queen Bean lives with her son, Prince Peasley, her ambassador Lady Lima, and many Peas. Beanbean Castle Town has a cafe that E. Gadd owns. It also contains four shops, one for items, one for clothing and badges, an Information Booth, and a photography service shop at the right side of the castle gates. The player can have their picture retaken there.
Bordering or connecting locations to the castle town include:
When Mario and Luigi first arrive, they see that the town has been attacked by Cackletta and Fawful. The Bros. are late, since Cackletta has already kidnapped the Beanstar and poisoned Queen Bean with a Belly Blech worm.
After the Mario Bros. fight Queen Bean, and cure her with Chuckola Reserve from Chucklehuck Woods, the town is shown to be fixed. However, after Mario and Luigi defeat Popple and Birdo in Teehee Valley, the town gets destroyed again by Bowletta (after she loses the Beanstar to Luigi). The town is not seen again after Bowletta's demise, though this only applies to the original game, as it can still be visited in the remake after beating Bowletta. Any side-quests not finished before coming back to Beanbean Castle Town after falling from the Koopa Cruiser cannot be completed again for the rest of the game.
The Beanbean Fields, which surrounds Beanbean Castle Town, has numerous Warp Pipes. Warp Pipes #2, #4, and #6 can be found in North, South, and East Beanbean, respectively. Beanbean Castle Town itself contains Warp Pipe #3, which is located in the Pipe House, the pipeman's residence.
|Mushroom||In the west screen, in a ? Block in the southeast building.|
|Super Mushroom||In the east screen, in the fourth ? Block in the north building.|
|Golden Mushroom||Given by the young dude in the south of the east screen after finding 5 Beanlets for him.|
|Syrup Jar||In the east screen, in the second ? Block in the north building.|
|Hoo Bean||In the east screen, in the first ? Block in the north building.|
|In the east screen, in the third ? Block in the north building.|
|Found in hidden blocks (see below).|
|Bros. Rock||Given by the elder in the southeast of the west screen after finding 10 Beanstones for him.|
|Beanlet||In the west screen, behind the building in the northwest.|
|In the west screen, on the roof of the building in the southwest.|
|In the west screen, on the roof of the building in the southeast.|
|In the east screen, in the northeast corner.|
|In the east screen, on the roof of the big building in the north.|
|Beanstone||In the west screen, in the southwest corner.|
|In the west screen, in front of the south arch.|
|In the west screen, to the northeast of the broken arch in the center.|
|In the west screen, to the right of the north arch.|
|In the west screen, in front of the fashion shop in the northeast.|
|In the east screen, in the southwest corner.|
|In the east screen, on the rightmost hill in the south.|
|In the east screen, in front of the stairs in the northwest.|
|In the east screen, to the southwest of the big house in the north.|
|In the east screen, to the right of the tree in the northeast.|
- For a list of hidden blocks found in Beanbean Castle Town, see here.
Names in other languages
|Beanbean Castle Town|
|French||Ville du château de Végésia||Literal translation; Végésia is the French name for Beanbean|
|German||Bohnenburg||Portmanteau of the German words Bohne (bean) and Burg (castle).|
|Italian||Borgo del Castello||Village of the Castle|
|Korean||콩글리아 성 주변 시가지
Konggeullia Seong Jubyeon Sigaji
|City Area Around Beanbean Castle|
|Spanish (NOA)||Villa Habichuela||Bean Village|
|Spanish (NOE)||Villa Judía||Bean Village|
- An unused room based on the western side of Beanbean Castle Town exists in the data of Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.
- TCRF. Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time#Room 0x00. The Cutting Room Floor. Retrieved June 29, 2018.