Fluffy Bluff Galaxy

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Fluffy Bluff Galaxy
Fluffy Bluff Galaxy.png 
Area World 1 
How to unlock Get the first Power Star from Spin-Dig Galaxy 
Comet(s) Green Comet 
Level(s) Search for the Toad Brigade Captain
The Chimp's Stomp Challenge
Every Planet Has Its Price
Green Star 1
Green Star 2
Green Star 3 
Stars Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2.Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. 
Galaxy icon A portion of the Cloud Across Valley Planet and several floating clouds. 
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Fluffy Bluff Galaxy is a galaxy appearing in World 1 of Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Cloud Flower and The Chimp are introduced in this galaxy. It is also known for its many Octoombas.

Prankster Comets will not appear in this galaxy until the Green Stars are unlocked.

Planets[edit]

Cloud Across Valley Planet[edit]

Mario approaching the Cloud Across Valley Planet.
Artwork of the planet from the Prima guide.

The Cloud Across Valley Planet[1] is easily the largest planet in the Fluffy Bluff Galaxy. It features a large expanse of land and multiple grassy stone mountains. This planet also has a large pond of water and some small buildings and gardens with flowers and trees. A tree on a small island can be seen near the starting area, on the top of which is a Sling Star leading to a large cloud and a Hungry Luma. From here, if they still have clouds left they can Long Jump straight to the Cloud Climb Mountain Planet, bypassing the Water Across Sphere Planet altogether. Next to the base of the tree is a Warp Pipe that leads the player to a secret area where they must collect a ? Coin, followed by more regular coins in various different formations. Near the middle of the planet lies a wide valley, at the center of which is a black hole.

Mario on the planet

Several clouds floating over this valley can be used as platforms to successfully reach the other side. At the end of the valley is a small field and a cliff face composed of planks, which the player must Wall Jump up to reach the Launch Star at the top. Cloud Flowers appear prominently on this planet, which is where they are first encountered. Flaptacks and Elite Octoombas are prominent in this area.

Water Across Sphere Planet[edit]

Mario on the Water Across Sphere Planet.
The early planet.

The Water Across Sphere Planet[1] is small and covered by a large, shallow pond of water. There is a small piece of grass on one of the planet's sides of and a wood platform on the other side. A Cloud Flower can be used to find a Comet Medal floating, underneath it is a metal spike. Scattered around the planet, there are five Star Chips that must be collected to reform a Launch Star over the platform. This planet is also inhabited by Cosmic Clones that mimic each of Mario's actions. The planet was originally going to be much smaller than its final appearance, as shown in the E3 2009 trailer.

Cloud Climb Mountain Planet[edit]

A section of the Cloud Climb Mountain Planet.
The side of the Cloud Climb Mountain Planet.

The Cloud Climb Mountain Planet[1] is a large area, very similar to the starting planet, has a rectangular piece of grass and a cliff of dirt that the player must climb to get to the upper part where they can find a field with a pond and some large trees. Far away from this piece of land, there is a set of floating rocky mountains with grassy tops that can only be accessed with the clouds spread in the air. A black hole is found in the middle of the two lands. There are some rising clouds as well as Bomps.

Cloud Valley Tower Planet[edit]

Mario jumping up the Cloud Valley Tower Planet.

The Cloud Valley Tower Planet[1] can be reached by feeding a Hungry Luma 100 coins on the Cloud Across Valley Planet. It is a very tall triangular tower with clouds and platforms. The player must use the Cloud Flower to reach the top. Additionally, the player can go to the other side of the tower which contains coins, two 1-Up Mushrooms, and a Sling Star that sends the player to the highest area with coins and a Cloud Flower. A replica of this planet appears in the Chompworks Galaxy, but there is a Spring Mushroom provided to get to the top instead of a Cloud Flower, making it more difficult to reach the top.

The Cloud Valley Tower Planet is the home to the only Secret Star in Fluffy Bluff Galaxy.

Enemies[edit]

Missions[edit]

Level Image Summary
Search for the Toad Brigade Captain SMG2 Fluffy Buff Search For the Toad Brigade Captain.png This mission's objective is to find the Toad Brigade Captain.
The Chimp's Stomp Challenge SMG2 Fluffy Buff Chimps Stomp Challenge.png This mission's objective is to beat The Chimp's high score of stomping Goombas.
Every Planet Has Its Price SMG2 Fluffy Buff Every Planet Has Its Price.png This mission's objective is to feed a Hungry Luma and climb a tall tower.

Green Stars[edit]

Green Star 1[edit]

Mario under the first Green Star.

The player will redo the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain mission. Green Star 1 is directly above where the player starts, and merely requires the use of a Cloud Flower to reach it.

Planets Visited
Enemies

Green Star 2[edit]

Mario about to grab the second Green Star.

The player will redo the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain mission. Green Star 2 is located high above the small water pond across the second bridge. The player can reach the star with the aid of the nearby Cloud Flower, but has to be wary of the shallow water.

Planets Visited
Enemies

Green Star 3[edit]

Mario with the final Green Star in sight.

The player will redo the Search for the Toad Brigade Captain one last time. The final Green Star is located on the stone mountain to the left of the one that The Chimp is on.

Planets Visited
Enemies

Music[edit]

Audio.svg Fluffy Bluff Galaxy - Fluffy Bluff Galaxy theme. Shares music with Cloudy Court Galaxy.
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Prima Official Game Guide description[edit]

  • "The Fluffy Bluff Galaxy introduces the Cloud Flower, which turns you into Cloud Mario. Now you can spin to create cloud platforms and reach great heights! But be careful. The higher you go, the farther you can fall..."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese もくもくけいこくギャラクシー
Mokumoku Keikoku Gyarakushī
Foggy/Smoky Gulch Galaxy
Chinese 雲朵溪谷銀河
Yúnduǒ Xīgǔ Yínhé
Cloud Gulch Galaxy
French (NOA) Galaxie du Saute mouton Jumping sheep Galaxy
French (NOE) Terrasses des rigolonimbus Funnynimbuses' terraces
German Wattewolken-Galaxie Wad Cloud Galaxy
Italian Galassia Nuvola Batuffolo Wad Cloud Galaxy
Spanish Galaxia Nubes de Algodón Cotton Clouds Galaxy

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Texture file names associated with each planet, retrieved from noclip.website.