Gold Leaf Galaxy

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Gold Leaf Galaxy
Gold Leaf Galaxy
Area Engine Room
How to unlock Get 34 stars and complete Bowser's Dark Matter Plant.
Boss(es) Undergrunt Gunner
Comet(s) Cosmic Comet
Purple Comet
Mission(s) Star Bunnies on the Hunt
Cataquack to the Skies
When It Rains, It Pours
Cosmic Mario Forest Race
Purple Coins in the Woods
The Bell on the Big Tree
Stars Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Smg icon cosmiccomet.pngSmg icon purplecomet.pngPower Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.
Galaxy icon The Reverse Kingdom Planet, the Poihana Relay Planet, and a few fallen leaves

The Gold Leaf Galaxy is a galaxy in Super Mario Galaxy that can be accessed from the Engine Room. The galaxy is an autumn version of Honeyhive Galaxy, with the galaxy's file name even being titled "ReverseKingdomGalaxy", and both galaxies shares the same music, though it has some changes, such as the disappearance of the cave behind the waterfall, the watch tower now being an observatory and relocated, and the addition of Cataquacks.

This is one of the three bee-themed galaxies in the game, the other two being the Honeyhive Galaxy and Honeyclimb Galaxy, though it is the only bee-themed galaxy to not have "honey" in the name.

Planets/Areas[edit]

Reverse Kingdom Planet[edit]

Mario landing on the Reverse Kingdom Planet
Mario flying to the Reverse Kingdom Planet

The Reverse Kingdom Planet[1] is almost identical to the main planet of the Honeyhive Galaxy, but it contains some differences. To the left of the starting area, there are Star Bits that form the letter "L", most likely referring to Luigi, and to the right, the Star Bits form the letter "M", most likely referring to Mario. The planet also contains leaf piles that release a coin or three Star Bits when the player Spins them. A ? Coin can be found under the planet, and when it is collected, it transforms into a Sling Star and a line of coins that lead to a Warp Pipe at the top of the waterfall. The player can also obtain a 1-Up Mushroom at the top of the skinny tree on the structure housing boulders.

In the first mission "Star Bunnies on the Hunt", five Blue Star Chips scattered across the planet which must be found by Mario, who is given hints to their locations by the Star Bunnies. In the second mission "Cataquack to the Skies", many blue Cataquacks that are owned by the Honeybees cover the starting planet. In the third mission "When It Rains, It Pours", an observation deck appears on the planet. The observation deck is taken over by the Undergrunt Gunner, which is an Undergrunt in a bubble cannon.

Bump Appear Planet[edit]

Mario on the Bump Appear Planet
One of the blocks found on the planet

The Bump Appear Planet[2] is a big wooden planet with several water pools with grates over them. A switch can be found on this planet, which moves the grates and makes wooden pegs pop out of the ground. Blocks that resemble flat ? Blocks also appear on the planet. These blocks can slide around and appear to be made out of ice.

Poihana Relay Planet[edit]

Mario on the Poihana Relay Planet

The Poihana Relay Planet[3] is a small wooden planet with a small pool, two Wigglers, and a Cataquack. By causing the Cataquack to stand on its symbol, Mario can be launched up to the next planet.

Poihana Maze Planet[edit]

Mario on the Poihana Maze Planet

The Poihana Maze Planet[4] is a small planet that has a resemblance to the Puzzle Cube from the Gusty Garden Galaxy. It features a maze with many crates. Similary to the Poihana Relay Planet, Mario must lead the Cataquack on the planet through the maze to get it to stand on its designated symbol. The Cataquack can then launch Mario up to the next planet.

M Shape Relay Planet[edit]

Mario on the M Shape Relay Planet

The M Shape Relay Planet[5] is a line shaped like a "M" that contains three Cataquacks. Like the previous planets, Mario must lure one of the Cataquacks to stand on the end of the planet, which allows it to launch Mario up to reach the next planet.

Flower Planet[edit]

Mario on the Flower Planet

The Flower Planet[6] is a big round planet with a grass, dirt, and pool area and a floating garden with flowers. There are also two tall towers, with one sharing a close resemblance to a Jenga tower. A Power Star can be located at the end of the floating garden. The Flower Planet is stated to be the Cataquacks' place of origin.[7]

Enemies[edit]

Missions[edit]

Level Image Summary
Star Bunnies on the Hunt Mario about to launch himself upwards using a Sling Star to grab a blue Star Chip in Gold Leaf Galaxy. This mission involves collecting Star Chips to eventually catch a Star Bunny.
Cataquack to the Skies A screenshot of Cataquacks approching Mario at the Gold Leaf Galaxy. The primary goal of this mission is using Cataquacks to be launched into the air.
When It Rains, It Pours An Undergrunt Gunner shoots at Bee Mario This mission involves maneuvering an obstacle course to eventually fight an Undergrunt Gunner.
Cosmic Mario/Luigi Forest Race Mario about to initiate a race with Cosmic Mario in the mission Cosmic Mario Forest Race in Gold Leaf Galaxy. This mission is a cosmic race against Cosmic Mario on the obstacle course found in When It Rains, It Pours.
Purple Coins in the Woods Mario collecting Purple Coins in Gold Leaf Galaxy. This mission involves collecting 100 Purple Coins across the obstacle course found in When It Rains, It Pours. All of the Coins must be collected under a time limit of three minutes and thirty seconds.
The Bell on the Big Tree Mario in a Bubble This secret star is found in the mission Cataquack to the Skies. In this mission, the goal is to collect musical notes while floating in a bubble.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オータムウッズギャラクシー
Ōtamu Uzzu Gyarakushī
Autumn Woods Galaxy
Chinese 秋日森林银河
Qiūrì sēnlín yínhé
Autumn Woods Galaxy
French (NOA) Feuilles Dorées Golden Leaves
French (NOE) Bois d'automne Autumn Wood
German Herbstwald-Galaxie
Italian Galassia Bosco Autunnale Autumn Woods Galaxy
Korean 골드 리프 갤럭시
Goldeu Ripeu Galleoksi
Gold Leaf Galaxy
Spanish (NOA) Galaxia del Bosque Otoñal Autumnal Woods Galaxy
Spanish (NOE) Galaxia Bosque Otoñal Autumnal Woods Galaxy

References[edit]

  1. ^ File name of the object (Partition 0/ObjectData/ReverseKingdomPlanet.arc)
  2. ^ File name of the object (Partition 0/ObjectData/BumpAppearPlanet.arc)
  3. ^ File name of the object (Partition 0/ObjectData/PoihanaRelayPlanet.arc)
  4. ^ File name of the object (Partition 0/ObjectData/PoihanaMazePlanet.arc)
  5. ^ File name of the object (Partition 0/ObjectData/MShapeRelayPlanet.arc)
  6. ^ File name of the object (Partition 0/ObjectData/FlowerPlanet.arc)
  7. ^ ScreenshotMedia:SM3DAS SMG GLG Cataquack to the Skies dialog.jpg