Earth Vellumental Temple

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Earth Vellumental Temple
Mario and Olivia inside the Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Mario and Olivia inside the Earth Vellumental Temple
Toads 7
Not-Bottomless Holes 11
Collectible Treasures 3
? Blocks 12
Enemies Koopa Troopas
Swoops
Earth Vellumental

The Earth Vellumental Temple is a location in Paper Mario: The Origami King. It can only be accessed by recovering all five Shell Stones. Being the home of the Earth Vellumental, it is turtle-themed.

If Mario comes here while Bob-omb in the party, he will wait at the entrance, claiming that he is "claustrophobic".

Layout[edit]

The temple starts with four guides, which cost ten coins to listen to, but are optional. At the end of a path, the player has to pay fifty coins to hear a guide talk about the Earth Vellumental's weak spot, which is the tail. When the guide is finished the player can knock down the wall behind it with the hammer to proceed. Next, there is a Save Block before some pillars that move vertically. In the next room, some origami Koopa Troopas ambush the player, and after defeating them, there are some Earth Vellumental-like platforms that stretch their heads horizontally. Next is a room where the pillars push Mario off, where the player has to go into a hole in one of the pillars. Then, in the next room, there is a Save Block, and many fire traps. After passing the Fire Traps, another Save Block appears and after breaking a rock, a Fire Trap falls and Mario has to get in one of the holes to survive; if he gets crushed, he gets an instant Game Over. After that, a MAX UP Heart appears before a Save Block and the boss room.

Hidden Toads[edit]

Earth Vellumental Temple
After hitting the rock past the second station Hidden Toad No. 1 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
After listening to station 3, and destroying it with the hammer Hidden Toad No. 2 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
After listening to station 4, and hitting the fifth light, which isn't on Hidden Toad No. 3 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Three origami beetles pop out of a rock near station 5 after it is hammered. One of them, a green one, scurries away while the other two remain in the area. Hammering a yellow origami beetle will reveal a Fun, Funky, and Functional vendor Toad. Hidden Toad No. 4 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
After breaking the rock near station 5, hammering a green origami beetle will reveal another green Toad. Hidden Toad No. 5 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
After breaking the rock near station 5, a green origami beetle will scurry under the stairwell. Hammering it will reveal another green Toad. Hidden Toad No. 6 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Mario has to go down the pillar, walk left after breaking a rock, and destroy the Swoops to rescue the curator The Earth Vellumental Temple curator, a very minor character in Paper Mario: The Origami King.

Not-Bottomless Holes[edit]

Earth Vellumental Temple
After the first Save Block, on one of the pillars
To the right of the Earth Vellumental-like platform
Near the ? Block after fixing Not-Bottomless Hole #2
After being pushed off by the pushing pillars
On the pillar that gets the player back up from the pit
After passing the pushing pillars
Before the Save Block, on the right side of the ledge
Two are before the double fire trap
On the floor before the stronger fire trap
After avoiding the gigantic shell Mario running away from a giant wheel in Paper Mario: The Origami King. There is also what looks to be a Save Block on the right side of the image.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガミじいん
Tsuchigami jiin
Earth God Temple
Chinese 地神祇寺
Dìshénqí Sì
Earth God Temple
Dutch Tempel van de Aard-Origant Temple of the Earth Vellumental
French Temple de la Terre Earth Temple
German Tempel des Erd-Pergamenton Temple of the Earth Vellumental
Italian Tempio della terra Earth Temple
Spanish Templo de la Tierra Earth Temple