Festive tree

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Two festive trees in DS DK Pass

Festive trees[1] are objects that appeared in Mario Kart Tour. At least one was added in every course in the Winter, London and Holiday Tours. However, they were removed from the game in the second week of the Holiday Tour, after Christmas ended.

Festive trees are planted inside pipes and are decorated with red ribbons, lights, tinsels of various colors and a Super Star-like crown on top. When a driver gets near a festive tree, they can hear sleigh bells. Festive trees shake and give bonus points when hit with a type of shell or a Bob-omb, or when driven into while invincible or Mega; the action is displayed as "Happy Holidays!"

Festive tree locations[edit]

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Festive trees of a particular course are located in the same positions regardless of the course's variant (Normal, Reverse, Trick or R/T).

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Mario Kart Tour[edit]

  • Mario Kart Tour Twitter: "Festive trees will sprout up during the holiday season in #MarioKartTour! Their sparkling decorations really brighten the place up, especially with those stars up top! Enjoy the sights, but keep your eyes on the road!"[1]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クリスマスツリー[2]
Kurisumasu tsurī
Christmas tree
Spanish Árbol festivo Literal translation

Trivia[edit]

  • Because it never appeared in any of the three tours, Dino Dino Jungle is the only returning course in Mario Kart Tour to not include festive trees.

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