This level is very similar to its non-secret counterpart, Bad Manor, but it is rather a comprehensive level involving many skills and elements. Moreover, all the treasure chests here are actual living beings, namely Treasure Chomps. The only way to defeat these and get the treasures inside is to throw bombs at them.
This level is set in a dungeon full of various enemies. The sky is purple and gloomy, and walls are scattered with decaying vines. Shrinkbarrels, push buttons and Recapitators from Bad Manor return. Wario jumps on a hanging rope, which stretches itself up and down, and enters the mansion from the top. Soon he encounters the first Treasure Chomp. Wario must use the bombs thrown by a Peek-a-boom above to get the treasure. He also needs to avoid attacks from Recapitators and a Spinbat. Next, Wario comes out and two Mummers roam around and several hanging ropes with thorns stretch themselves automatically. The golden enemy, a Recapitator and the only golden Recapitator in the game, stands right at the top of the roof. Afterwards, Wario encounters the second Treasure Chomp, and he will have to become Mini Wario to approach the bomb. The section also features a trampoline and a ball that can be thrown at enemies and blocks. A Blast-O-Cannon at the end of the section leads to the next section.
As he proceeds, Wario should use the Max Fastosity Dasherator below, rush on a row of push buttons, and topple over to reach the last Treasure Chomp. Some of the push buttons hide coin bags, while others give out Bandineros. Eventually, Wario enters another Blast-O-Cannon which leads to the caged Merfle. After freeing the Merfle, an alarm will go off and Wario needs to take a new route to get back. He will have to grab the hanging ropes to avoid pits of spikes, then he will have to use the Blast-O-Cannon to collect the hidden diamonds. After that, Wario enters a place with many shrinkbarrels. The area with the last few coins can only be accessed by Mini Wario, and he can choose to rush back in either normal size or small size.
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