Lake Kingdom

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Lake Kingdom
SMO Lake Brochure Art.png
The town both in and on the lake.
Population Middling
Size Limited
Locals Lochladies
Currency Scale-shaped
Industry Clothing, Design
Temperature Average 79°F (26°C)
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)

The Lake Kingdom is a region featured in Super Mario Odyssey, and can either be the fourth or the fifth location visited, depending on if the player selects to go here or to the Wooded Kingdom after leaving the Sand Kingdom. It is the greater location of Lake Lamode, a large lake area with an underwater plaza area. This kingdom is renowned for its fashion designers and clothes, including the prized Lochlady Dress. When Mario first visits here, the Broodals can be found at the Water Plaza in the process of stealing the Lochlady Dress. Mario encounters the Broodals at the Water Plaza Terrace, where he must defeat Rango, which will reward the player with a Multi Moon. Collecting the Multi Moon restores the Water Plaza to its former glory, allowing access to more Power Moons. Once Mario collects enough Power Moons, he can access the next kingdom - either the Wooded Kingdom (if the player has not yet visited it) or the Cloud Kingdom (if both the Wooded and Lake Kingdoms have been visited).

Based on its architectural structure and the several islands located here, this kingdom seems to based on Greece. However, the name "Lake Lamode" comes from the French phrase à la mode, meaning "in fashion" or "stylish". The name of the Lochladies and the presence of Dorrie (a reference to the Loch Ness Monster) make a connection to Scotland.

The Lake Kingdom is located northeast of the Sand Kingdom, north of the Wooded Kingdom, and northwest of the Cloud Kingdom.

Concept and creation[edit]

Concept art of Lake Lamode.
Concept art of the aquatic plants of the Lake Kingdom.

The building decorations, the rocks shaped like a drape and the light shaped like a lace were all designed following the motif of the wedding dress.[1] Another peculiar trait of the design is the whimsical atmosphere.[1]

The aquatic plants of the kingdom were designed following the motif of the sequin, and the design was completed by adding glitter that made them flicker in the water.[2]

Brochure details[edit]

Light plays through the surface of the lake.

The Domed Water Plaza[edit]

Lake Lamode, the land of fashion. The underwater Water Plaza is protected by a glass dome, but don't worry, there's air inside to breathe.

When you look up at the lake from within the plaza, you can see Dorrie swimming amid the stunning scenery.

Beautiful in a different way than the lake.

Window Shopping[edit]

Considered the most luxurious garment this kingdom has to offer, the Lochlady Dress is displayed in the show window of the Water Plaza. Of all the garments created by the Lochladies, only the very best and most beautiful is selected for this great honor. It's a national treasure!

It's said that wearing this dress brings eternal happiness, so naturally every bride yearns for it. Sadly, this lovely, one-of-a-kind item is not for sale.

You just want to yank it, don't you?

Zippers of Mystery[edit]

Fitting of a kingdom famous for its fashion, you can find zipper art all over the place here. Zippers can be securely fastened as well as opened and closed freely, so perhaps they have a deeper meaning... That said, this particular zipper is more than decoration. It actually works, so stop by and give it a try.

Fresh or salt water, Dorries swim anywhere.

Dorrie the Aquatic Buddy[edit]

This gentle creature spends its days swimming gracefully in Lake Lamode. If you're confident in your abilities, swimming alongside it might make for some wonderful memories.

Although able to live in any aquatic environment, some have heard Dorrie complain that the lake is too small. Keep an eye out for Dorrie-themed souvenirs, which tourists just love!

There's even a deep end.

Soaked in History[edit]

Once a spot for designers to relax and even dye cloth, this soaking pool has a rich history. Since most activity centers around the lake town, this is now a well-known fishing hole.

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The Lovely Lochladies[edit]

Lochladies are exceedingly flexible, but they also possess a deep strength. Many have become accomplished designers, and this balance may be their secret.

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Three Keys to the Kingdom[edit]

  1. Visit the Water Plaza, especially if you enjoy breathing air.
  2. Swim with the local Dorrie for an unforgettable experience.
  3. Admire the gown that qualifies as a national treasure!

Map[edit]

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  • Courtyard
  • Underwater Entrance
  • Water Plaza Entrance
  • Water Plaza Display Window
  • Water Plaza Terrace
  • Viewing Balcony (painting)

Bonus areas[edit]

Bonus area Accessed via Location Description
Puzzle Part Area Lake Kingdom SMO.png
Puzzle Part Area
Red door In the dome to the left of the Water Plaza Entrance A small platform where Mario must capture a Puzzle Part to help a Lochlady build a monument so she can give him a Power Moon.
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Zipper Chasm
Red door Behind a zipped-up recess in the wall to the right of the Water Plaza Entrance A canyon-like area where Mario must capture zippers to form bridges across the canyon to obtain a key used to obtain a Power Moon while avoiding the Micro Goombas infesting the area.
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Ledge-Climbing Area
Red door In the wall at the northwestern part of the kingdom by the Hat Trampolines A platforming area featuring many Hat Trampolines, Fuzzies, and ledges Mario must cling onto to progress.
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Waves of Poison
Moon Pipe In front of the Odyssey A vast sea of Poisoned Water where Mario must capture a frog and collect a key to obtain a Power Moon while avoiding falling into the Poisoned Water.

Enemies[edit]

Enemies marked with an asterisk (*) are only found in bonus areas.

Objectives[edit]

  1. Broodals Over the Lake: The goal is to defeat Rango atop the circular tower on the lake.

Paintings[edit]

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The painting that leads to the Sand Kingdom
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The painting that leads to the Luncheon Kingdom

There are two paintings in this kingdom. One is located inside a hole at the fishing pond near where the Fishin' Lakitu is. The painting takes the player to the Southwestern Floating Island at the Sand Kingdom or the Floating Sky Island at the Luncheon Kingdom, and it can be accessed at any time.

The other painting is found on the Viewing Balcony, which can only be accessed from the Metro Kingdom, the Seaside Kingdom, or the Snow Kingdom.

Power Moons[edit]

The Lake Kingdom has pink Power Moons.
Main article: List of Power Moons in the Lake Kingdom

There are a total of 42 Power Moons in the Lake Kingdom. During the player's first visit to this kingdom, they can collect 26 Power Moons, including one from the kingdom's Hint Art. The player can also collect a Power Moon if they travel to this kingdom using a painting found in a future kingdom (either the Snow, Seaside or Metro Kingdom). After the player defeats Bowser in the Moon Kingdom, 6 more Power Moons become available to collect. The Moon Rock will also be available to destroy, causing 9 additional Power Moons to be accessible.

In order to progress to the next kingdom, the player must collect at least 8 Power Moons.

Regional coins[edit]

Main article: List of regional coins in the Lake Kingdom

The Lake Kingdom contains 50 regional coins, which take the form of scales.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Lake Kingdom[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 湖の国
Mizuumi no kuni
Lake Country
Spanish Reino del Lago Lake Kingdom
French Pays du Lac Lake Country
Dutch Merenrijk Lake Realm
German Seeland Lake Country
Italian Regno del Lago Lake Kingdom
Russian Озерное царство
Ozernoye tsarstvo
Lake Kingdom
Korean 호수 왕국
Hosu Wangguk
Lake Kingdom
Chinese 湖之国 (Simplified)
湖之國 (Traditional)
Hú zhī guó
Lake Country

Lake Lamode[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドレッシーバレー
Doresshībarē
Dressy Valley
Spanish Lago Kutur Lake Kutur, from French couture (sewing)
French La Robelle From robe (dress), belle (pretty), and the French city La Rochelle
Dutch Elegantis From elegant and Atlantis
German See Legant From See (lake) and elegant
Italian Lago Lamoda Lake Lamoda, from alla moda (Italian equivalent to à la mode)
Russian Озеро Лямод
Ozero Lyamod
Lake Lamode
Korean 드레시 호수
Deureshi Hosu
Dressy Lake
Chinese 德莱西山谷 (Simplified)
德萊西山谷 (Traditional)
Déláixī shāngǔ
Dressy Valley

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Post about the concept art of Lake Lamode by the Official Japanese Super Mario Odyssey Twitter account. Retrieved May 16, 2018.
  2. ^ Post about the concept art of the aquatic plants of Lake Kingdom by the Official Japanese Super Mario Odyssey Twitter account. Retrieved July 4, 2018.