Boiling Blue Bully Belt

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Boiling Blue Bully Belt
SM3DW Boiling Blue Bully Belt.jpg
World-Level World CastleWorldCastleIcon (SM3DW).png-4
World World Castle
Game Super Mario 3D World
Time limit 400 seconds
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Boiling Blue Bully Belt, or World CastleWorldCastleIcon (SM3DW).png-4, is the fourth course in the seventh world of Super Mario 3D World, World Castle. It becomes accessible by beating either Switchblack Ruins or Red-Hot Run, World CastleWorldCastleIcon (SM3DW).png-2 and World CastleWorldCastleIcon (SM3DW).png-3 respectively.


True to its name, this course is set on many stone structures above a blue lava lake, and Bullies serve as the main enemies. Throughout this level, purple blocks with arrows that can be used as platforms will appear from the lava from time to time.

The first area in the level has the purple blocks rising and sinking back into the lava, but has very few Bullies. After the Checkpoint Flag, Mario must traverse a series of cylinder platforms and purple blocks that emerge from walls, while dodging spinning spiked rolls. At the end of this section, there is a Warp Pipe that takes the player to the final section, where there is a tilting platform with three Bullies on it. After they are defeated, a path appears leading to three more purple platforms and the Goal Pole following them.

Green Stars[edit]

  • Green Star 1: Near the start of the level, there is a Green Ring that Mario can touch to make eight Green Coins appear floating above some purple arrow blocks. Collecting them all will reveal the first Green Star.
  • Green Star 2: This Green Star is inside a Mystery Box just before the Checkpoint Flag area. There, the character must push a Bully into the lava to get it.
  • Green Star 3: The final Green Star is next to the second-to-last cylinder during the second area, floating above a smaller one.


  • The level's stamp is found on a small circular platform before the Mystery Box. The stamp is a Brick Block.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドンケツのアッチッちたい
Donketsu no at-chit-chitai
Bully's Ah! Ah! Area
Spanish A seguir las flechas Follow the arrows
French La valse des Voyous Waltz of the Bullies
Dutch Het blauwe Bully-meer The blue Bully lake
German Bullys an der Lavafurt Bullies at the lava passage
Italian Criomagma dei Bronco Bullies' cryomagma
Portuguese Rota do fosso incandescente Route of the incandescent moat
Russian Задиры и синее море магмы
Zadiry i sineye more magmy
Bullies and the blue magma sea