Bumpsy Plains

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Bumpsy Plains
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (2009)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey (2018)
Greater location Mushroom Kingdom
Inhabitants Flifit, Sneed, Lakitu King

Bumpsy Plains is a small grassy area from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. It is located west of Dimble Wood, north of Cavi Cape, east of Blubble Lake, and south-west of Bowser Path. It is filled with many Flifits, as well as Sneeds that only Mario and Luigi can fight. A Chakroad is also located around here and there are only four Beans hidden throughout the area. The music played here is the same as the music played at Blubble Lake. A hidden Squid Fit is found here. Somewhere, there is a trapdoor activated by body-slamming. It is hidden in the ground.



The following are overworld items found in this area.[1]

Item Icon Location
Safety Ring Artwork of the ring from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. In a brick behind a rock in the eastern scene.
Star Candy Star Candy In a brick in the northwestern underground area.
Minion Band Bracelet In a brick accessible by exiting the northwestern underground area.
Heroic Patch Artwork of the Accessories from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story In a ? Block in the northwestern underground area.
Blitty Sprite of a Blitty used in the star menu From Flifits.


There are 4 Beans in total.

  • On the northwesternmost pillar in the underground area: <Power Bean x1>
  • In the southeastern corner one scene to the east of the northwesternmost scene: <Heart Bean x1>
  • From the central hub scene, dig in the northeast corner and go east to find it: <Heart Bean x1>
  • In the southern area of the central hub scene: <Heart Bean x1>

Names in other languages[edit]

Peach's CastleDimble WoodCavi CapePlack BeachBowser PathBowser CastleUnderground TunnelTower of YikkBlubble LakeToad Town CavesBumpsy PlainsToad Town
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese オタプク草原
Otapuku Sōgen
From「お多福病」(otafuku-byō, mumps) and possibly「ぷくぷく」(pukupuku, puffed up) +「草原」(sōgen, meadow)
French Prairie O'Rayon Pun on "oreillons" (mumps) + "prairie" (meadows)
Italian Prateria Riccofoglia Rich-Leaf Prairie
Spanish (NOA) Llanuras del Chichón Bumpsy Plains
Spanish (NOE) Pradera Moflete Cheek Prairies


  1. ^ abcd9146 (December 30, 2009). Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story FAQ/Walkthrough. GameFAQs. Retrieved June 10, 2016.