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Mario contemplating how to get across in Lineland

Lineland is the setting of Chapter 1 in Super Paper Mario. Its skies are full of strange, surreal mathematical formulas, such as (translated into literary form) "Fire Flower is greater than or equal to some kind of Block divided by Warp Pipe."

Lineland's Chapter 1-1 pays a homage to the original Super Mario Bros. with its level design, which resembled the classic World 1-1 through its positioning of items, ? Blocks, and enemies like Goombas. The music is also remixed from the Super Mario Bros. overworld theme and the Super Mario World overworld theme.


  • Lineland Road (Chapter 1-1: The Adventure Unfolds) is a grassy plain populated with many different species, though oddly enough most are not native to the dimension. It is also home to Bestovius, the wizard that teaches Mario how to flip.
  • Mount Lineland (Chapter 1-2: Afoot in the Foothills) is a mountain that houses Yold Town, as well as Thoreau the Pixl.
  • Yold Desert (Chapter 1-3: The Sands of Yold) serves as the first encounter with O'Chunks and the entrance to Yold Ruins.
  • Yold Ruins (Chapter 1-4: Monster of the Ruins) is where Mario and his Pixls have to explore before meeting Fracktail and recieving the Pure Heart.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラインラインランド
Rain Rain Rando
Line Line Land
Spanish La Tierra Lineal Linear Land
French (NOE) Pays fildefer Wireframe Land
German Linearia -
Italian Linealandia Lineland