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Beanstalk Way is the second level of Thrillsville and sixth level overall in Wario World. It is a mountainous, grassy valley full of giant beanstalks and other large plants, as well as small shallow rivers. Much of the level involves climbing beanstalks, leaping across Glue Globes, raising Swirly Slabs, or jumping on Monstrous Magnets to reach high places. Spideraticus is the boss of this level.
The player starts off in a grassy area with a few stumps and a river. There are also buds that open up into flowers when Ground Pounded. These flowers function exactly like the Swirly Slabs previously seen in Horror Manor. The flower next to the Enemy Generator can be used to reach a Gold Statue fragment. The flower near the beanstalk will rise to allow the player to climb said beanstalk. The beanstalk splits into three paths. The one on the lower left leads to the red Spriteling and the chartreuse button. The one on the upper left leads to the red button. The one on the right leads to a wooden chest, a trapdoor, and the red treasure's spawn point. The yellow Spriteling is inside the trapdoor. At the top of the beanstalk is a small structure that leads into a field with several enemies. At the end of the field is the first Tree Freak. After defeating it, Wario will encounter Tulipatooies, tall, flower-like creatures that spit out Glue Globes. In between them is a beanstalk leading to a trapdoor with a Gold Statue fragment inside. Below them is a stream where Wario will find Bears, an Enemy Generator, and another trapdoor housing a Gold Statue fragment. Behind the Tulipatooies are a wooden chest and the yellow button respectively. The yellow treasure's spawn point is back at the beginning of the level. After the second Tulipatooie is a Garlic Dispenser and a horde of enemies, with a steel trapdoor nearby containing yet another Gold Statue fragment. Ground Pounding through the Rock Block ahead leads Wario into a Battle Ring while obtaining another Gold Statue fragment in the process.
After the Battle Ring is the chartreuse treasure's spawn point and an area with a wooden bridge built over a stream of water. Underneath the bridge is a steel trapdoor, which houses the green Spriteling. After crossing the bridge, the player will find a metal panel. There are Monstrous Magnets ahead which can be thrown into it to make a platform, allowing Wario to reach the ledge above and hit the purple button. Where the Monstrous Magnets are encountered, there are more metal panels, and using the Magnets is necessary to make progress. In between two of the ledges here is the green button. To find the corresponding chest, the player should drop down to the area below, where they will find a wooden chest and some Rams. Ground Pounding the Rock Block will take Wario to an underground area with an Enemy Generator and a steel trapdoor with the blue Spriteling inside. The cyan button is high up on the wall here. There is a Swirly Slab to help reach it, but a Piledriver can be used to hit it instead. To the right are some vines that lead back to the area with the Rams. The green treasure and a Gold Statue fragment are on the way. Going left from here leads back to the wooden bridge.
After traversing the ledges with Monstrous Magnets, the player will have to pass through a sloped area with many Rams running down it. These Rams are unlike the other Rams in the level; they behave more like the Skiing Yetis in Shivering Mountains and can shove Wario off the cliff. The cyan treasure's spawn point is amongst the charging Rams. The cliffside has Glue Globes leading downward; they lead to a wooden chest and the pink button. There is also another set of Glue Globes leading down to a Gold Statue fragment. After the slope is a Garlic Dispenser and a second encounter with a Tree Freak. After this is a vine leading downward to a small area with more Monstrous Magnets. There are Glue Globes leading upward; climbing them takes Wario to a second Battle Ring. After this is a giant flower platform where Wario must battle a blue Gem-Bodied Creature. There are smaller flower platforms ahead, one of which has a wooden chest on it. Below are some Rams, the purple treasure's spawn point, and a steel trapdoor containing the purple Spriteling. To the left of the purple spawn point is the blue button across a bottomless pit, which can be hit by throwing an enemy. To find the corresponding chest, the player must backtrack to the slope with the charging Rams. A Swirly Slab is used to return to where the flower platforms are; jumping right from here leads to the third and final Tree Freak. Behind it is an Enemy Generator and a path leading to the pink treasure and the final trapdoor, which houses a Gold Statue fragment. Back by the Enemy Generator is a set of Glue Globes leading to a beanstalk that Wario can climb. There are spiked balls rotating around the beanstalk to watch out for. At the top is a bridge leading to a field with a Garlic Dispenser, numerous enemies, ByeBye Balloons, and the goal.
If Wario reenters the level after defeating the boss, there will be a set of ByeBye Balloons at the beginning that will take him to the wooden bridge after the first Battle Ring.
Red diamond sub-levels
Gold Statue fragments
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