Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets

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Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets
"Mysterious sheets that feel kind of slick and wet to the touch. Gross."
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (2013)

The Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets is an item that appears in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, and one of the five Ultibed parts. It is a collection of jellyfish-texture bedsheets found in Driftwood Shore. Mario and Luigi find it in a room hidden behind a suspicious door after they receive an Old Lithograph from Broque Madame. Before they can retrieve it, a trio of Fly Guys R steal it. The Bros. must replay Mole Hunt to obtain whereabouts from the Mole Hunt old man, then head to Pi'illo Blimport. Once they defeat the Fly Guys R in battle, the Bros. can collect the sheets.

Ultibed Manual text[edit]

First Hint[edit]

  • "The Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets, as the name implies, are said to be on Driftwood Shore. Who might know about them?"

Second Hint[edit]

  • "Find a secret cave somewhere at the beach, and search within! Be sure to look around the places you've already visited as well."

Third Hint[edit]

  • "Some fiends stole the item you found! The old man at the Mole Hunt seems to know where the suspects are off to..."

Fourth Hint[edit]

  • "The old man at the Mole Hunt says the thieves who took your item are heading towards Pi'illo Blimport."


  • "You beat the thieves and got the sheets! Driftwood jellyfish are incredibly rare—they only appear once every thousand years!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French (NOA) Draps méduse de Lidodemer Driftwood jellyfish sheets
Italian Medulenzuola Dormiriva Medulenzuola is a combination from medusa (jellyfish) and lenzuola (sheets), while Dormiriva is the Italian name of Driftwood Shore
Portuguese Lençóis de medusa dorminhoca Sleepy jellyfish sheets
Spanish (NOA) Sábanas medusa sosegada
Spanish (NOE) Sábanas de medusa sestera Sleepy jellyfish sheets, sestera comes also from "siesta" (nap), which in turn comes from "Playa Siesta" (Spanish name for Driftwood Shore)