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 Guy R thieves steal it. The Bros. must replay Mole Hunt to obtain whereabouts from the Mole Hunt proprietor, 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 too..."

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
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)