Easton Kingdom

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Easton Kingdom
World 3-1 in Super Mario Land.
Game Super Mario Land
Level(s) 3
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Easton Kingdom[1] is a kingdom in Sarasaland and the third world in Super Mario Land. It is based on the Easter Island, evident by the large moai stone statues seen in the level backgrounds, as well as the similar-looking Tokotoko enemies. Hiyoihoi is the boss of the world.

Level information[edit]

Level Preview Description
World 3-1 World 3-1 in Super Mario Land. The first level in Easton Kingdom. Set on a rocky plains, with spikes and stone statues spread about.
Batadons, Bombshell Koopas, Tokotokos, Piranha Plants and Ganchans are present here.
World 3-2 SML World 3-2 Screenshot.png The second level in the kingdom takes place inside a cavern with several waterfalls in the background.
Suus, Bombshell Koopas, Piranha Plants, Kumos and Ganchans appear.
World 3-3 SML World 3-3 Screenshot.png The last level of the world. Takes place high up in the air, with Batadon statues on pillars, and a cavern adorned by stone statues at the end.
Ganchans, Piranha Plants, Kumos, Bombshell Koopas, Batadons and Tokotokos block the way to Hiyoihoi, the boss of the world.

Level maps[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese イーストン王国[2]
Īsuton Ōkoku
Easton Kingdom; from「イースター」(Īsutā-tō, Easter Island) and「ストーン」(sutōn, stone)
Dutch Easton Koninkrijk[3] Easton Kingdom
French Easton -
German Easton (Das Super Mario Spiel)
Easton Königreich (Super Mario Encyclopedia - Die ersten 30 Jahre)
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Easton Kingdom

Trivia[edit]

  • This is the only area of Sarasaland that does not have Goombos.
  • The first level of this area shares its music with the first two levels of the Birabuto Kingdom.
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl features an arrangement of the theme used throughout most of this kingdom, under the title "Underground Theme (Super Mario Land)".

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario Land English instruction booklet, pages 3, 6, & 15.
  2. ^ Super Mario Land Japanese instruction booklet, pages 1, 4, & 16.
  3. ^ Club Nintendo (Netherlands) Classic, page 8.