Hoohoo Mountain

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Hoohoo Mountain
Hoohoo Mountain.png
Mario and Luigi in Hoohoo Mountain from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Greater location Beanbean Kingdom
Inhabitants Beanies, Dry Bones, Rexes, Hoohooros, Blablanadon, Dragohoho
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)

Hoohoo Mountain is a large mountain in the Beanbean Kingdom that the Mario Bros. visit in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. The mountain is primarily inhabited by the Hoohooligans on bridges near a giant waterfall. Their ancient civilization can be seen throughout the mountain, including their jokes inscribed on the rock walls (in Hooroglyphs), their weapon Hoohooros, and the Watering Holes (used by Mario to become Pump Mario). At the summit lives Blablanadon, a talking pterosaur.

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Bordering or connecting locations to Hoohoo Mountain and Hoohoo Mountain Base include:

Plot[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga[edit]

The Mario Bros. come here after learning they need a Hoohoo Block to have the Hammerhead Bros. make the Bros. their Hammers, which can only be found on the summit. Around the halfway point of the mountain, the Bros. are confronted by Hoohooros, who challenges the Mario Bros. to a mini game. After the game, Hoohooros challenges them to a battle. After the Bros. win, Hoohooros, impressed with the Bros.' skill, allows them to pass. At the top of the mountain, they find the Hoohoo Block, though it falls off the mountain into the Hammerhead Bros.' house. They also find at the top the missing Blablanadon, who is sitting on an egg and explains that he saw Prince Peasley go up this mountain, leading Blablanadon to follow him. Blablanadon then found the egg and has been keeping it warm until it hatches. The egg then hatches and produces Dragohoho, sending Blablanadon flying and attacking the Bros. After defeating Dragohoho, it transforms into Prince Peasley, who explains that he was on a top secret mission when he discovered Cackletta and her subordinate Fawful climbing up the mountain. Peasley was then turned into Dragohoho by Cackletta. Blablanadon then flies the Bros. to Hoohoo Village.

Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser[edit]

After the Koopa Cruiser crashes, Captain Goomba crash lands into a cave on Hoohoo Mountain. Captain Goomba then leaves the cave and realizes he is on a mountain. He spots Bowser flying off after the explosion, and goes to follow him. After an encounter with some Beanies, he finds a group of fellow Goombas, which nominate him captain of their group. He then encounters some Hammer Bros. with the Hammerhead Bros., who are discussing their shared love of hammers. Captain Goomba accepts an offer to face them in battle in order to recruit them. The group then encounters Paragoombas claiming Bowser's minions are "their mortal enemies." After they too are defeated, they revert to normal and detail how Fawful hypnotized them with a spray, and seems to have captured Bowser. Captain Goomba next encounters Lemmy and Ludwig, who dismiss his story and ignore his warnings. He then encounters Fawful directly, when Private Goomp arrives and challenges him, telling Captain Goomba to stay back. Fawful sprays the both of them, and while Captain Goomba is unaffected, Private Goomp is brainwashed and fights Captain Goomba's group. After Private Goomp's defeat, Fawful blasts them both off and departs with Bowser. After a brief talk with a Hoohooligan, Captain Goomba jumps off a bridge towards the base of the mountain, when he bounces off an offscreen object. After this, a Lakitu informs them that Bowser has been sighted. They find Bowser and give chase but have to fight massive hordes of enemies. Once all of the enemies are defeated, they search Hoohoo Village for Bowser. A Hoohooligan reveals that Bowser got hit by a "strange rock" (which was actually Captain Goomba) and then followed a "food thief".

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Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga[edit]

Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser[edit]

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Items[edit]

For a list of beanholes found in Hoohoo Mountain, see here. Mario and Luigi can also earn Hee Beans by playing Mysterious Mine Carts.

Item Icon Location
Mushroom Mushroom In the first uphill scene, in the ? Block in the west corner.
In the first watering hole area in the mountainside, in the ? Block in the north.
In the last watering hole area in the mountainside, in the ? Block on the narrow platform in the south.
In the fourth uphill screen, in the ? Block above the left pillar.
In the seventh uphill screen, in the ? Block in the east.
In the seventh uphill screen, in the right ? Block on the ledge in the northwest.
In the cave to the north of the base area, in the center ? Block in the east scene.
In the screen to the south of the Teehee Valley entrance, in the left ? Block by the stairs in the east.
In the screen to the south of the Teehee Valley entrance, in the right ? Block by the stairs in the east.
From the screen to NW Beanbean Outskirts, go north one screen. The item is in the ? Block in the southeast.
From the screen to NW Beanbean Outskirts, go north two screens. The item is in the ? Block in the west.
In the screen to the right of the mine cart entrance, in the first ? Block above the bridge.
In the screen to the right of the mine cart entrance, in the third ? Block above the bridge.
Super Mushroom Mushroom In the cave to the north of the base area, in the left ? Block in the southwest of the west scene.
1-Up Mushroom 1-Up Mushroom In the third uphill screen, in the left ? Block to the north of the east exit.
In the sixth uphill screen, in the ? Block in the southwest corner.
In the first screen from Teehee Valley, in the ? Block in the north.
Nut Nut From the screen to NW Beanbean Outskirts, go north two screens. The item is in the ? Block in the center.
Max Nut Nut In the first screen from Teehee Valley, there is a Monty Mole who gives this item.
Syrup Jar Syrup Jar In the first uphill scene, in the ? Block above the east platform.
In the first uphill scene, in the ? Block on the northwest platform.
In the first watering hole area in the mountainside, in the ? Block above the rightmost platform.
In the fourth uphill screen, in the ? Block above the right pillar.
In the fifth uphill screen, in the ? Block on a ledge in the middle.
In the fifth uphill screen, in the ? Block on the high platform in the northeast.
In the seventh uphill screen, in the left ? Block on the ledge in the northwest.
In the screen to the south of the Teehee Valley entrance, in the middle ? Block by the stairs in the east.
From the screen to NW Beanbean Outskirts, go north one screen. The item is in the ? Block in the west.
In the screen to the right of the mine cart entrance, in the second ? Block above the bridge.
In the screen to the right of the mine cart entrance, in the fourth ? Block above the bridge.
Chuckle Bean Sprite of a Chuckle Bean from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Found in beanholes (see above).
Peasley's Rose Peasley's Rose.PNG On top of the mountain, given by Prince Peasley to Mario Bros. for rescuing him.

Profile[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Instruction Booklet description: Traces of the Hoohooligans who used to inhabit this mysterious mountain can still be found here.

Names in other languages[edit]

Mushroom KingdomStardust FieldsGuffawha RuinsBeanbean Castle TownBeanbean CastleChateau de ChucklehuckChucklehuck WoodsWoohoo HooniversityTeehee ValleyLittle FungitownOho OasisGwarhar LagoonJoke's EndOho OceanBeanbean International AirportBeanbean FieldsHoohoo MountainBowser's Castle
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウフマウンテン
Ufu Maunten
Ufu Mountain. Ufu (ウフ) comes from Ufufufu (ウフフフ), a high-pitched, female type of laughter.
Chinese 呵呵山
Hēhē Shān
Hoohoo Mountain
French Montagne Uf From the japanese name.
German Lachberge Laugh Mountains
Italian Montagna Tiritera Rigmarole Mountain
Russian Гора Хахаконкагуа
Gora Hahakonkagua
Portmanteau of ha-ha an onomatopoeia meaning "laughter". and Aconcagua, the highest mountain in Andes.
Spanish Montaña Juajuá Hwahwa mountain.

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