Glass Palace

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Glass Palace
SMO Seaside Brochure A.png
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Greater location Seaside Kingdom
“The spectacle known as Glass Tower isn't just majestic, it also fulfills the critical role of manufacturing the famous local product Sparkle Water. It stands atop the Glass Palace, which has a uniquely beautiful architectural style. It's a treasure to be explored!”
Seaside Kingdom brochure, Super Mario Odyssey

Glass Palace is a location in the Seaside Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey. It is found in the center of the kingdom, housing a spectacle known as Glass Tower, a massive golden chalice holding most of the kingdom's supply of Sparkle Water. There are four geysers surrounding it, interlocking above the tower and slowly filling it. Upon Mario's initial visit, Mollusque-Lanceur sits in the Glass Tower, slurping away the Sparkle Water. Mario must unchain the geysers to launch corks at him, angering him enough to lure him out of the tower and battle him. After he is defeated, a Power Moon appears and is placed atop the Glass Tower. Mario may use one of the geysers to reach and collect it.

Mario may capture Glydon atop the Lighthouse and glide down to a Bubblainian residing on the Glass Palace to receive a Power Moon as a reward.

After the main story is completed, Mario may return to the top of Glass Tower to find Princess Peach and Tiara. As usual, they give Mario a Power Moon.

Mario may dive into the Sparkle Water in the chalice and head to the bottom to find a ring of coins and a painting leading to either the Cascade Kingdom or Wooded Kingdom, depending on the order in which the Seaside Kingdom and Snow Kingdom are visited. After this kingdom's Moon Rock has been opened up, a Power Moon rests at the bottom of the chalet as well.

After this kingdom's Moon Rock has been opened up, a Power Moon also appears on one of the golden handles of the Glass Tower.

A rabbit also appears on the Glass Palace after the Moon Rock has been cracked open. As usual, catching him earns Mario a Power Moon.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese グラス宮殿
Gurasu Kyūden
Glass Palace

Italian Torre Calice
Chalice Tower
Spanish (NOE) Palacio submarino
Underwater Palace