List of hidden Toads in Paper Mario: The Origami King

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Display of folded Toads in the Musée Champignon

In Paper Mario: The Origami King, Mario can rescue Toads throughout the different Streamer areas, receiving Toad Points in the process. These Toads are found in various forms; most commonly they are folded into origami, stuffed into small holes, or trapped behind or beneath objects. Mario can typically rescue the Toads by either using his hammer to unfold them, pulling on them, or using a Magic Circle. This page lists the locations of all 416 hidden Toads, including pictures and information on what form they are found in.

Note: Some Toads are trapped in areas that are inaccessible until returning later; these entries are highlighted in beige. Locations absent from the list have no Toads to rescue.

Red Streamer[edit]

Whispering WoodsWhispering WoodsToad TownToad TownGraffiti UndergroundGraffiti UndergroundGraffiti UndergroundPicnic RoadPicnic RoadOverlook MountainOverlook MountainEarth Vellumental TempleEarth Vellumental TempleOverlook TowerOverlook TowerOverlook Tower
Click an area to see the Hidden Toads found there.

There are a total of 135 Hidden Toads to rescue in the Red Streamer area:

Form Description Image
Whispering Woods ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 12 Toads
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
The first Toad to be rescued, stuck in a bush near the BBQ Foodeatery.
Hammer the Toad's body back into shape.
A Toad in need of rescue in Whispering Woods in Paper Mario: The Origami King, the first of 416 Toads to be found and rescued
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
Inside the first of three tents is a squished Toad.
Mario can help the Toad escape by opening the zipper.
Mario uncrumples a Toad in Whispering Woods in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
A yellow Toad has been left with their head jabbed into a stump, near the campfire. A Toad stuck in a log in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The fourth hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 4
A Toad is stuck underneath a stool at the picnic tables, guarded by a Goomba. A Toad saved from being stuck under a stool in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The eighth hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 5
Another Toad can be found stuck inside a bush near the cabin. A Toad stuck in a bush in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The sixth hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 6
Just to the left of the cabin and behind the bushes, there is a crumpled Toad hidden away. A Toad saved from being crumpled in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The eleventh hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
A Toad is stuffed into the tight space between some logs stored at the cabin. A Toad stuck in a pile of logs in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The tenth hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
An origami Toad
# 8
An origami cicada Toad is perched on one of the posts supporting the swing. A Toad folded as an origami cicada in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The third hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
An origami Toad
# 9
Another origami cicada Toad hides on a tree, behind the logs stored beside the campfire. A Toad folded into a cicada in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The fifth hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
An origami Toad
# 10
A yellow Toad is folded into an origami egg, and lays on a plate at the picnic tables. A Toad saved from being folded into an egg in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The seventh hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
An origami Toad
# 11
One of the cabin's flower boxes appears empty. Mario must jump into it from below to reveal an origami flower Toad. A Toad folded as a red flower in Paper Mario: The Origami King. The ninth hidden Toad in Whispering Woods.
An item from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 12
Required: Big Shell

After retrieving the Big Shell from beneath The Great Sea, Mario can light the campfire with Fire Vellumental Magic Circle nearby and place the shell onto the grill. This frees the Foodeatery caretaker from inside.
A Toad comes out of Big Shell in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Graffiti Underground ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 2 Toads
Kanchō Kinopio in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
After entering the Graffiti Underground, Mario and Olivia find the Musée Champignon curator sitting in a corner. Following this, the Musée Champignon becomes accessible. Mario and Olivia find the curator of the Musée Champignon hiding inside the Graffiti Underground.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
Rather than using the exit Pipe, take a detour to the right. There is a crate guarded by Scaredy Rats, which releases a Toad when opened. Mario frees a hidden Toad from a crate floating in the waters of the Graffiti Underground. The Toad drifts away before being able to finish thanking Mario.
Toad Town ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 1 Toad
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
After checking on Luigi among the remains of Peach's Castle, Mario finds the local shop owner held inside a bridge tower. Defeating the Goomba guarding the spot reveals a Magic Circle. Following this, the Toad Town Shop becomes accessible. The owner of Toad Town's Weapon and Item Shop, a blue Toad trapped inside a tower near the walls of Peach's Castle.
Picnic Road ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 58 Toads
Artwork of a green Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
Near the entrance to Picnic Road is a green Toad, stuck in a bush beyond a large Not-Bottomless Hole. The first hidden Toad in Picnic Road.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
Near the set of fences to the west is a Not-Bottomless Hole, which reveals an even smaller hole when repaired. Hammering near it will release a rolled up Toad. The second hidden Toad in Picnic Road, pulled from a hole.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 6
In a fenced of area to the west is a group of folded Toads guarded by two Shy Guys. A group of four hidden Toads in Picnic Road, guarded by two Shy Guys.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
Another rolled up Toad can be found after hammering the western mountainside near a high-up hole. The seventh hidden Toad in Picnic Road, rolled into a hole in the mountainside.
An origami Toad
# 8
A purple origami butterfly Toad flutters around a set of flowers near the western mountainside. The eighth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a purple origami butterfly.
An origami Toad
# 9
Further up the hill is a yellow Toad disguised as a tulip in a bed of flowers. The ninth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a yellow origami tulip.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 10
A crumpled Toad is hidden behind the sign near the pond. Hammering the sign will cause the Toad to hop to a more accessible spot. The tenth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, crumpled behind a sign near a pond.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 11
Another crumpled Toad can be found at the western edge of the hill, behind some bushes. The eleventh hidden Toad in Picnic Road, crumpled behind a wall of bushes.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 12
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# 14
Whacking the Sensor Lab mailbox will release a set of Toads folded into the shape of envelopes. A group of 3 hidden Toads in Picnic Road, folded into envelopes and stored in a mailbox.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 15
Just beside the Sensor Lab is a tree, which releases a crumpled Toad when hammered. The fifteenth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, crumpled and stuck in a tree near the Sensor Lab.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 16
A yellow Toad is buried in the sand near the Goal Pole. The sixteenth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, buried in sand near the Goal Pole.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 23
After hammering the ground near the Goal Pole to reveal a set of stairs, Mario can slide down the top of the pole, sending the green ball on top into the air and releasing a bundle of Toads in a display of fireworks. A group of seven hidden Toads in Picnic Road, breaking free from the top of a Goal Pole.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 27
A hole can be found on the eastern mountainside near the entrance to Overlook Mountain, hammering the wall repeatedly will release 4 Toads. a group of four hidden Toads in Picnic Road, rolled into a hole in the mountainside.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 28
A tree near the eastern mountainside can be hammered to release a crumpled Toad from its branches. The twenty-eighth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, crumpled and trapped in a tree near the mountainside.
An origami Toad
# 29
An origami swan Toad can be found floating across the pond. Mario must reveal several Hidden Blocks at the east edge to reach the Toad with his hammer. The twenty-ninth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a yellow origami swan.
An origami Toad
# 30
A blue Toad can be found fluttering about a flower patch outside the Sensor Lab. The thirtieth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a blue origami butterfly.
An origami Toad
# 31
Further up the hill is a protruding ledge with a large Not-Bottomless Hole. Repairing the ground will allow a red Toad to descend in the form of a butterfly. The thirty-first hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a red origami butterfly. Originally fluttered above a Not-Bottomless Hole.
An origami Toad
# 32
After attempting to jump onto the Goal Pole, Mario can hammer the flag to reveal a green Toad. The thirty-second hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as the flag of the Goal Pole.
Origami Toad #10: Red Tulip
An origami Toad
# 33
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# 34
Near the Goal Pole is a patch of flowers surrounding two holes in the ground, one of which needs a Not-Bottomless Hole repaired. Hammering near the holes will reveal two Toads disguised as a red tulip and a yellow butterfly. The thirty-third and thirty-fourth hidden Toads in Picnic Road, disguised as a red origami tulip (left) and yellow origami butterfly (right) respectively.
An origami Toad
# 35
Near the eastern mountainside is a rock covering a hole in the ground. Hammering near the hole will cause an origami beetle Toad to emerge. The thirty-fifth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a red origami beetle, and trapped in a hole beneath a rock.
An origami Toad
# 36
A yellow Toad disguised as an origami prairie dog burrows in a secluded area to the east, accessed from the ledge nearby. The prairie dog will burrow into a different hole when Mario gets close, so hammer all but the bottom two holes to corner the critter. The thirty-sixth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a yellow origami prairie dog.
An origami Toad
# 37
Guarding the path to Overlook Tower is an aggravated origami dog, which when hammered is revealed to be Toad Town's Battle Lab owner. Following this, Mario can access the Battle Lab in Toad Town. The Battle Lab Toad, after unfolding
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 38
The Fun, Funky, and Functional Toad from Toad Town can be found folded and resting on a table outside the Earth Vellumental Temple. Following this rescue, Mario can purchase accessories in Toad Town. The Fun, Funky, and Functional Toad from Toad Town, found in front of the Earth Vellumental Temple.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 39
A crumpled Toad can be found stuck in an alcove below the stairs to the Earth Vellumental Temple entrance. Mario can hammer the umbrella and use its canopy to reach the Toad. The thirty-ninth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, found crumpled in an alcove near the Earth Vellumental Temple.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 40
Behind the Save Block near the Earth Vellumental Temple entrance, there is an obscured area with a crumpled Toad behind the window. The fortieth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, crumpled behind the window of a room near the Earth Vellumental Temple.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 41
Just south of the entrance to the Earth Vellumental Temple is a set of stairs. Entering the path below, Mario can reach a crumpled Toad guarded by a Scaredy Rat. The forty-first hidden Toad in Picnic Road, guarded by a Scaredy Rat in an area below the entrance to Earth Vellumental Temple.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 51
A large group of Toads can be found behind a statue, above the shop stalls near the Earth Vellumental Temple. Mario must hammer a different statue in the mountainside to reveal a Magic Circle, then use the 1,000‑Fold Arms to rescue the Toads. A group of ten hidden Toads in Picnic Road, trapped behind a statue Mario can break using the 1,000-Fold Arms.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 55
Required: Rescue Toads in Earth Vellumental Temple

Attempting to purchase popcorn from the green Toad in front of the popcorn machine will allow 4 crumpled Toads to escape its container.
A group of four hidden Toads in Picnic Road, held inside a popcorn machine. Mario can only rescue these Toad after first rescuing all hidden Toads in the Earth Vellumental Temple.
An origami Toad
# 56
Required: Rescue Toads in Earth Vellumental Temple

There is a shop set up in front of the entrance to the Earth Vellumental Temple, with a peculiar looking mushroom at the end of the stands. Hammer it to reveal a Toad.
The fifty-sixth hidden Toad in Picnic Road, disguised as a red origami Mushroom in a shop. Mario can only rescue this Toad after first rescuing all hidden Toads in the Earth Vellumental Temple.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 57
Required: Red Streamer destroyed

With the Red Streamer gone, Mario can head to the Sensor Lab and hammer the sign in front, revealing a crumpled Toad.
The fifty-seventh hidden Toad in Picnic Road, crumpled behind a sign outside the Sensor Lab. Mario can rescue this Toad after destroying the Red Streamer.
An origami Toad
# 58
Required: Red Streamer destroyed

Since the Sensor Lab in Picnic Road is no longer blocked off by the Red Streamer, Mario can enter it and whack the yellow origami mushroom resting on the fax machine to reveal the Toad Researcher.
Mario rescues the Toad Researcher, who was folded into an origami mushroom resting on the Sensor Lab fax machine.
Overlook Mountain ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 36 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
Just after entering Overlook Mountain, there is a Toad folded into the form of a signpost near the wall. The first Hidden Toad of Overlook Mountain, disguised as a sign, in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
To the west of the entrance to Overlook Mountain is a path leading to a chest. Near the chest is a crumpled Toad hidden behind some grass. The second hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled near a chest.
An origami Toad
# 3
After climbing the first ledge, Mario can approach a bush near the path from behind, causing an origami beetle Toad to scurry out of hiding. The third hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, disguised as a red origami beetle.
An origami Toad
# 4
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# 6
Three grasshoppers can be found among the bushes after climbing up the first ledge. One is already visible, however two of the grasshoppers hide behind a bush in front of the tree. Hammering the ground near one will trip them, making the task of unfolding them easier. A group of three hidden Toads in Overlook Mountain, all disguised as origami grasshoppers.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
To the east of the entrance is a bench area with a blue roof. Mario can jump across this roof to rescue a crumpled Toad on a raised platform. The seventh hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled on a ledge near the bench.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 8
Near the Musée Pipe is a rock, which is revealed to be resting atop a Toad when broken. The eighth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, trapped under a rock near the red Warp Pipe.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 9
Just north of the Musée Pipe and behind the trees is a hidden ledge, where a crumpled Toad hops on the ground. The ninth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled on an obscured ledge near the red Warp Pipe.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 10
After crossing the bridge, Mario should head to the left to find a Toad crawling the wall above a Not-Bottomless Hole. Repair the ground and hammer the wall to make the Toad fall. The tenth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, clinging to a wall near the bridge.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 15
After reaching the Save Block, Mario should head east towards the fishing dock. On the way he will pass five Toads he can pull up. One of the Toads will be chased back to the Musée Pipe by a Goomba. A group of 5 hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, buried in the ground near the Save Block.
An origami Toad
# 16
After obtaining the Blue Shell Stone, Mario can fish up a much more geometric fish from the pier. It can be hammered once caught, revealed to be a blue Toad. The sixteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, disguised as a blue origami fish that can be caught after collecting the Blue Shell Stone.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 17
After heading up the slope where Thwomps dropped down, Mario should head left and back down the slope, now between the mountain and the fence. Here he will find another crumpled Toad. The seventeenth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled and resting between the large wooden fence and mountainside.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 27
Once Mario reaches the tram area, he should go behind the set of stairs. Here there is a hidden area with a bundle of Toads tied up on the ground. A group of ten hidden Toads in Overlook Mountain, bound together in a stack on a hidden ledge behind the stairs.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 28
Mario can hammer the sign posted near Overlook Tower to reveal yet another crumpled Toad. The twenty-eighth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled and stuck to a sign at the peak of the mountain.
An origami Toad
# 29
After reaching the peak of the mountain, Mario should head down the western path and go behind the bushes to find another origami grasshopper Toad. The twenty-ninth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, disguised as an origami grasshopper near the peak of the mountain.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 30
When heading down the western path of the mountain, Mario should drop down from the gap in the fences. He will land on a small ledge with a ? Block containing a Toad. The thirtieth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, trapped in a %3F Block on an isolated ledge.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 31
After heading down the western path of the mountain, Mario will find a pair of Shy Guys passing a crumpled Toad around like a ball. Mario can either intercept the Toad or defeat the Shy Guys. The thirty-first hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled and passed around like a ball by two Shy Guys.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 34
At the end of the western path down the mountain is a large field with 3 Paper Macho Shy Guys. After retrieving the Red Shell Stone from them, Mario can defeat them to release the Toads they held captive. A group of three hidden Toads in Overlook Mountain, held captive by a trio of Paper Macho Shy Guys who also guard the Red Shell Stone.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 35
Required: Red Streamer destroyed

Once the Red Streamer is gone, Mario can access the tram station on the mountain. If Mario hits one of the flowerbeds from below, a crumpled Toad will fall out.
The thirty-fifth hidden Toad in Overlook Mountain, crumpled and stuck in a flower box on the tram station. Mario can rescue this Toad after destroying the Red Streamer.
Artwork of a green Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 36
Required: Red Streamer destroyed

With the Red Streamer now gone, the green Toad operating the tram station can now send Mario off to Autumn Mountain. Following this Mario can also ride the tram between Overlook Mountain and Toad Town.
The Toad who runs the tram atop Overlook Mountain, bound by the red streamer.
Earth Vellumental Temple ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 7 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
Mario should listen to tourist station 2, which will lure a green origami beetle out from behind the rock formation. Hidden Toad No. 1 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of a green Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
After listening to station 3, smash it with the hammer and pull out the green Toad trapped inside. Hidden Toad No. 2 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of a green Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
Just past station 4 are a set of ceiling lamps. Mario should jump into the fifth light. This will release a green, crumpled Toad. Hidden Toad No. 3 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
An origami Toad
# 4
Three origami beetles pop out of a rock near station 5 after it is hammered. One beetle scurries away while the other two remain in the area. Hammering the yellow origami beetle on the wall will reveal a Fun, Funky, and Functional vendor Toad. Hidden Toad No. 4 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
An origami Toad
# 5
After breaking the rock near station 5, a green origami beetle will crawl on the ground close by. This too is a green Toad. Hidden Toad No. 5 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
An origami Toad
# 6
After breaking the rock near station 5, a green origami beetle will scurry under the stairwell. Hammering it will reveal another green Toad. Hidden Toad No. 6 of Earth Vellumental Temple in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Earth Vellumental Temple curator in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
In the second area of the temple, Mario should repair and ride pillar as it descends, entering a small cave. Break the rock and defeat the Swoops to rescue the temple curator. The Earth Vellumental Temple curator, a very minor character in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Overlook Tower ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 19 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
A Toad can be found folded amongst pamphlets on a rotary display. The first hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, disguised as an origami pamphlet on a rotary display near the entrance.
An origami Toad
# 2
Against the wall are 4 flags, with a Toad folded and resting on one of them. The second hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, disguised as an origami pennant hanging on the wall with several flags nearby.
An origami Toad
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# 5
3 blue Toads are folded into pointy hats on the display table to the right of the entrance. a group of three hidden Toads in Overlook Tower, all disguised as blue, pointy souvenirs on a stand near the entrance.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 8
3 Toads are rolled up and stuffed into a bin near the register. A group of three hidden Toads in Overlook Tower, all rolled and stuffed into a basket near the cash register.
Artwork of a blue Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 9
A Blue Toad is stuck in the door of the elevator. Mario must open the door with the button. The ninth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, stuck between the elevator doors on the first floor.
Artwork of a blue Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 10
A blue Toad is stuck in the cabinet of the dining area. The tenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, stuck in a cabinet at the dining area of the second floor.
An origami Toad
# 11
In the kitchen, there is an origami egg Toad in one of the pans. The eleventh hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, disguised as an origami egg on a pan in the kitchen.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 12
A crumpled Toad is trapped in the kitchen's trash can. The twelfth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, crumpled and stuck in the kitchen trash can.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 13
Hitting the kitchen's storage cabinet reveals a Toad that was stuck inside. The thirteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, trapped inside a cabinet drawer in the kitchen.
An origami Toad
# 14
An origami mushroom Toad rests on a scale atop the kitchen shelves. The fourteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, disguised as an origami mushroom resting on a scale in the kitchen.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 15
At the end of the kitchen shelves there is a crumpled Toad on some plates. The fifteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, crumpled and resting on some plates in the kitchen.
Artwork of a blue Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 16
At the stairway leading between the second and third floors, a blue Toad is taped to the wall. Mario can hit a Hidden Block to reach the tape. The sixteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, taped to the wall near the stairway between the second and third floors.
Artwork of Chef Kinopio from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 17
After exterminating all of the Mini Goombas, Overlook Tower's chef comes out of hiding and provides Mario with confetti to repair the stairs. The head chef of Overlook Tower, hiding between crates near the stairway that leads to the third floor.
Origami Toad #25: Pencil
# 18
On the fourth floor, there is a blue Toad disguised as one of the pencils piercing the elevator shaft. The eighteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, disguised among several colored pencils piercing the elevator shaft on the fourth floor.
A Toad with a big head in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 19
After defeating Colored Pencils, if Mario peers into the telescope on the right side, the view will be obscured by a Toad stuck to the front. Hammer this Toad to free them. The nineteenth hidden Toad in Overlook Tower, stuck to the lens of a telescope on the top floor.

Blue Streamer[edit]

Autumn MountainAutumn MountainChestnut ValleyChestnut ValleyWater Vellumental ShrineWater Vellumental ShrineWater Vellumental ShrineShogun StudiosShogun StudiosNinja AttractionNinja AttractionBig Sho' TheaterBig Sho' TheaterBig Sho' Theater
Click an area to see the Hidden Toads found there.

There are a total of 149 Hidden Toads to rescue in the Blue Streamer area:

Form Description Image
Autumn Mountain ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 22 Toads
Artwork of a green Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
A crumpled green Toad lays on the floor of the tram station. This Toad happens to operate the tram from Autumn Mountain. The first hidden Toad in Autumn Mountain
An origami Toad
# 2
The Sea Captain Toad can be found near the tram station in the form of a flopping blue fish. The captain will return to the harbor in Toad Town, granting access to The Great Sea. One of the Hidden Toads of Autumn Mountain in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Origami Toad #27: Red Autumn Leaf
Origami Toad #28: Yellow Autumn Leaf
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# 4
Right behind the tram is a pile of 100-Coins, and a Toad folded into a red autumn leaf. Additionally there is a yellow origami leaf Toad, hidden beneath a leaf pile. Hidden Toad 3
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 5
On the edge of the dried-up lake is a crumpled red Toad next to the sign. Hidden Toad 4
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 6
Near the tram in the patch of tall grass, Mario can drop into a small cave with a red Toad stuck in the ground. Pulling them out rewards Mario a +5 MAX UP Heart. Hidden Toad 5
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
There is a red Toad hidden in the tall, dry grass to the left of the stairs. This Toad is intended to be found with use of Toad Radar. Hidden Toad 6
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 8
A second Toad is hidden in the tall, dry grass just in front of the gap in the fence in the foreground. This Toad is intended to be found with use of Toad Radar. Hidden Toad 7
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 9
Yet another red Toad is hidden in the field, near the exit leading to the bridge and the inward curve in the fence. This Toad is intended to be found with use of Toad Radar. Hidden Toad 8
Origami Toad #27: Red Autumn Leaf
# 10
On the platform across the bridge is a tree Mario can hammer to drop a red leaf, revealed to be another Toad. Hidden Toad 9
Origami Toad #27: Red Autumn Leaf
# 11
To the right of the Water Vellumental Shrine is a shortcut Pipe on a ledge next to a tree. Hammering the tree will drop a red origami leaf Toad. The eleventh hidden Toad in Autumn Mountain, disguised as a red origami leaf in a tree near the Water Vellumental Shrine.
Origami Toad #30: Red Thinfish
# 12
While crossing the shrine bridges and avoiding origami Cheep Cheeps, Mario may spot a Toad disguised as a red origami fish leaping in and out of the water between the middle platform. The twelfth hidden Toad in Autumn Mountain, disguised as a red origami fish in the pond near the Water Vellumental Shrine.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 13
Close to the Water Vellumental Shrine is a Toad taped to the wall. Mario must navigate through a hidden tunnel and drop a boulder down to reach the tape. The thirteenth hidden Toad in Autumn Mountain, taped to a wall near the Water Vellumental Shrine.
Origami Toad #31: Red Dragonfly
# 14
Taking the shortcut Pipe brings Mario to a ledge above the dock. Here there is an origami dragonfly Toad flying about. The fourteenth hidden Toad in Autumn Mountain, disguised as a red origami dragonfly high above the area with tuna cans.
An origami Toad
# 15
Above the dock is another ledge with an origami beetle crawling the wall. Hammer a nearby bush to reveal a Magic Circle and free the Toad with the 1,000-Fold Arms. The fifteenth hidden Toad in Autumn Mountain, disguised as a red origami beetle and scaling a wall high above a pile of tuna cans.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 16
Between the Water Vellumental Shrine and Chestnut Valley is a secluded area with a bench and a Not-Bottomless Hole nearby. Patching this hole reveals a fax station satellite office, with a Sensor Lab Toad jammed into the fax machine inside. Mario pulls a Sensor Lab Toad from the Satellite Office's fax machine in Autumn Mountain.
Origami Toad #27: Red Autumn LeafOrigami Toad #28: Yellow Autumn LeafOrigami Toad #27: Red Autumn Leaf
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# 19
Required: Eddy River is filled

After refilling the lake, Mario can reach a tree next to a pile of boats. He can then hammer the tree to drop down a trio of Toads, each disguised as an autumn leaf.
A group of 3 hidden Toads in Autumn Mountain, all disguised as origami leaves in a tree near the river.
An origami Toad
Origami Toad #28: Yellow Autumn Leaf
# 20
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# 21
Required: Eddy River is filled

Beneath the pile of boats is an origami beetle Toad, which crawls on the floor. Near the pile of boats Mario can find a yellow origami leaf Toad, resting on the edge of a crate.
The twentieth and twenty-first hidden Toads in Autumn Mountain, disguised as a red origami beetle under some boats and a yellow origami leaf resting on a crate, respectively.
Origami Toad #29: Monkey
# 22
Required: Eddy River is filled + Opened Can of Tuna

Despite being seen when first arriving at Autumn Mountain, this origami monkey cannot be rescued until the Eddy River is filled. After Mario and co. find they cannot row the boat, they must collect a Canned Tuna from the monkey and follow it into the grassy field.


Mario must then help a Spike and Bone Goomba find their way to the Sombrero Guy to unite them for their Canned Food Par-tay. The trio will open the can for Mario, which can be offered to the monkey to lure within hammer range, revealing the local Oarsman.

Mario, Olivia, and Bob-omb watch an origami capture their attention from afar on Autumn Mountain. The Oarsman restored in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Chestnut Valley ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 8 Toads
Origami Toad #33: Chestnut
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Mario must hammer the tree at the top of the second sloped section to drop a chestnut, which breaks open to reveal a yellow origami crown. Hammering this reveals a trio of yellow Toads. A trio of hidden Toads found in Chestnut Valley, disguised as an origami crown.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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After defeating the trio of Galoombas, Mario must hammer their tree to drop a trio of Toads from its branches. Mario and Bob-omb rescue a trio of Toads from a group of Galoombas in Chestnut Valley.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
There is a small hole in the ground behind the chestnut maze. Mario must hammer it to reveal a red scroll, which he must then pull out of the hole to reveal a Toad. A hidden Toad in Chestnut Valley, rolled up and stuck inside a hole near the chestnut maze.
Origami Toad #34: Butterfly
# 8
When watching Bob-omb sleep peacefully on a tree stump, an origami butterfly Toad will descend onto a patch of flowers. Bob-omb rests on a tree stump at the top of Chestnut Valley, while an origami butterfly descends onto a patch of flowers.
Water Vellumental Shrine ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 3 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
In the southwest corner of the entrance room, Mario can find a red origami beetle Toad climbing above a Not-Bottomless Hole. A Toad found in the Water Vellumental Shrine.
Artwork of a blue Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
After completing the first puzzle, the middle platform begins to rotate. Mario can head below the platform via some stairs and find a blue Toad, folded and perched in a window. A Toad found in the Water Vellumental Shrine.
Artwork of a blue Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
Another blue Toad can be found in the room with the crying dragon statue. Mario must use the tunnel in the east wall, walk up to the window and hammer to push the Toad out the window. A Toad found in the Water Vellumental Shrine.
Shogun Studios ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 45 Toads
Origami Toad #35 & 61: Heart
# 1
Love Toad is found folded into a heart outside the gates and next to the Musée Pipe. Love Toad is rescued in Shogun Studios, disguised as an origami heart.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
The owner of the local Fun, Funky, and Functional accessory shop hides behind a small structure in the center of the park. The local Fun, Funky, and Functional Toad vendor of Shogun Studios, pulled out of hiding by Mario.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
Mario must hammer the sign on the roof of the Dress-Up Photo Studio to free this Toad. The third hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, hiding on a flappable sign on the roof of the Dress-Up Photo Studio.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 4
Mario must hammer the bell on the Lookout Tower 30 times total to reveal a Toad. Shogun Studios as seen from the top of the Lookout Tower.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 5
A staff Toad is stuck inside the Lookout Tower. They can be freed by defeating the Goombas, removing the tape from the door and defeating the Paper Macho Koopa Troopa. The fifth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, a staff member held captive beneath the Lookout Tower.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 6
Mario must hammer the Toad head on the sign outside Big Sho' Theater. The sixth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, folded in half and resting on a sign posted in front of Big Sho' Theater.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
Near the 2 Origami Shy Guys is a lamp post with a Toad folded inside. The seventh hidden Toad at Shogun Studios, folded inside a lamp post and guarded by two Shy Guys.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 8
Mario must hammer open an umbrella in front of the Tranquil Pipes Teahouse to reveal a Toad. The eighth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, trapped in an umbrella just south of the Tranquil Pipes Teahouse.
Origami Toad #37: Shuriken
# 9
Outside the Shuriken Dojo, Mario must hammer the origami shuriken stuck to the sign. The ninth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as an origami shuriken in the sign above the Shuriken Dojo.
Origami Toad #36: Paper Lantern
# 10
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# 11
In the Ninji training area, Mario must jump on the crates and hammer an origami lantern. Mario should also hammer a lamp post to reveal a Magic Circle, using the 1,000-Fold Arms to knock down another lantern. A pair of hidden Toads in Shogun Studios, both disguised as paper lanterns. One Toad must be knocked down using the 1,000-Fold Arms.
Origami Toad #38: Dragonfly
# 12
An origami dragonfly Toad is flying near the three potted plants right of the Save Block. The twelfth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as an origami dragonfly near the pond where Ninjis are training.
Origami Toad #38: Dragonfly
# 13
An origami dragonfly Toad is flying outside the staff room, in the northeast corner of the park. The thirteenth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as an origami dragonfly near the secluded staff room at the northeast corner of the park.
Origami Toad #39: Yellow Dog
# 14
A yellow Toad is disguised as an origami dog and barking at Princess. The fourteenth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a yellow origami dog barking at Princess near the Ninja Attraction.
Origami Toad #42: Fan
# 15
A red Toad is folded into an origami fan in a building just outside the Souvenir Shop. The fifteenth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a red origami fan resting on the cabinet inside a building.
An origami Toad
# 16
After fixing a Not-Bottomless Hole in the wall of a door, Mario must enter it and hammer an origami flower. The sixteenth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a red origami flower resting on a cabinet inside a building.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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# 19
In a building directly south of the Shuriken Dojo, Mario must defeat the Shy Guy and hammer the drawers to release three Toads. A group of 3 hidden Toads in Shogun Studios, folded and trapped inside a small cabinet guarded by a Shy Guy.
Origami Toad #44: Cat
# 20
In a house south of the Photo Studio, a cushion must be hammered to reveal an origami cat Toad sitting on the other side. The twentieth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a yellow origami cat beneath a purple cushion inside a building.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 21
Inside the Dress-Up Photo Studio, a Toad hides in a frame on the left wall. The inside of the Dress-Up Photo Studio.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 22
In a house near the Lookout Tower, Mario must pull a Toad out of some clothing hanging on the right side. The twenty-second hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, pulled out of a coat hanging in a building.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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In a building just south of the House of Riddles, four Toads are hidden in the lanterns. A group of four hidden Toads in Shogun Studios, all resting in lamps inside a building.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 27
In a house on the right side of the main road leading to Big Sho' Theater, Mario must hammer the hat to free a crumpled Toad. The twenty-seventh hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, crumpled and stuffed into a coat hanging inside a building.
An origami Toad
# 28
In the room leading to the Dry Bones, Mario must hammer to reveal a ? Block and then jump on it to push an origami flower Toad out of its pot. The twenty-eighth hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a red origami flower resting on the wall of a building.
An origami ToadOrigami Toad #34: Butterfly
An origami ToadOrigami Toad #46: Bonsai
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# 32
In the right-side door of the building with 3 doors, four Toads have been folded into: a grasshopper, a scarab, a bonsai tree, and a butterfly, which can be revealed by hammering the barrels. A group of four hidden Toads in Shogun Studios, trapped in barrels inside a building. Each Toad is folded into origami disguises: One as a red scarab beetle, one as a butterfly, one as a grasshopper, and one as a bonsai tree.
Origami Toad #47: Squarefish
# 33
After freeing the previous Toads, Mario must jump on the drawers and hammer broken section in the wall. A Toad is folded up as a fish in this room. The thirty-third hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a blue origami fish inside a three-door building. Mario must break down a wall to reach the Toad, as a Guy] blocks the door.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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Near the training Ninjis, one house contains three Toads hiding in a pile of ash. A group of three hidden Toads in Shogun Studios, buried in the ash pit of a mostly empty room.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
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Hidden in the northeast corner of the park is a staff room with 4 employees inside: A folded Toad on a cabinet, the owner of the Shuriken Dojo sleeping inside a locker, a crumpled Toad in the trash bin, and a Toad stuck in the mouth of the Goomba Mask. A group of staff Toads in the staff room of Shogun Studios. One Toad is folded on a desk near the entrance, another is rolled in a trash can, the third is stuck in the mouth of the Goomba Mask, and the Shuriken Dojo owner is resting in a locker.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 41
In the Tranquil Pipes Teahouse, Mario must hammer a cushion to reveal the face of a Toad. The forty-first hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, folded underneath a cushion in the Tranquil Pipes Teahouse.
Origami Toad #40: Blue Scarab Beetle
# 42
Required: Bone

After Princess is fed Mario can enter her stable, where a staff Toad disguised as a scarab beetle drops down.
The forty-second hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, a staff Toad who runs the fishing spot near the House of Tricky Ninjas
Origami Toad #41: Blue Roundfish
# 43
Required: Bone + Rescue Toad 42

A Toad is folded as a fish, swimming among Cheep Cheeps at the river near the Ninja Attraction.
The forty-third hidden Toad in Shogun Studios, disguised as a blue origami fish that can be caught at the dock in front of the Ninja Attraction.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 44
Required: Shogun Studios Master Key

Mario must enter the locked building near the training Ninjis, and fill a hole in the wall to reveal a satellite office. Inside is a Sensor Lab Toad stuck in a fax machine. After being freed, Mario can fax travel to and from Shogun Studios.
A satellite office in Paper Mario: The Origami King
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 45
Required: Shogun Studios Master Key

Inside the Souvenir Shop, Mario must rescue the shop owner by using the Master Key to open a sliding door and head upstairs.
Mario rescues the Souvenir Shop owner in Shogun Studios.
Ninja Attraction ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 4 Toads
Origami Toad #40: Blue Scarab Beetle
# 1
An origami beetle Toad can be found under a breakable rock near the entrance. The first hidden Toad in the Ninja Attraction of Shogun Studios, disguised as an origami beetle beneath a breakable rock.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
A staff Toad is taped to the roof, next to the attraction's sign. The second hidden Toad in the Ninja Attraction of Shogun Studios, a staff member stuck to the roof at the entrance with Olly Tape.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
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# 4
In the maintenance room, one staff Toad is trapped under some boxes and must be pulled out, while another is taped to the inside of the middle locker. A pair of Shogun Studios staff member Toads, trapped in the maintenance room of the Ninja Attraction. One is stuck in the locker, while another is sandwiched between two boxes.
Big Sho' Theater ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 67 Toads
Origami Toad #48 & #53: Cactus
# 1
If Mario exits stage left on the western-themed set, he will find an origami cactus that he can hammer to reveal a green Toad. A Toad folded into a cactus inside Big Sho' Theater in Paper Mario: The Origami King
King Olly's seal in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
All Other Toads
A large group of Toads are restrained by rubber bands. After defeating Rubber Band, these Toads break free. The freed Toads in Big Sho Theater in Paper Mario: The Origami King

Yellow Streamer[edit]

Breezy TunnelBreezy TunnelScorching Sandpaper DesertScorching Sandpaper DesertScorching Sandpaper MinorScorching Sandpaper MinorScorching Sandpaper WestScorching Sandpaper WestScorching Sandpaper EastScorching Sandpaper EastShroom CityShroom CityScorching Sandpaper Far WestScorching Sandpaper Far WestScorching Sandpaper Far EastScorching Sandpaper Far EastTemple of ShroomsTemple of Shrooms
Click an area to see the Hidden Toads found there.

There are a total of 93 Hidden Toads to rescue in the Yellow Streamer area:

Form Description Image
Breezy Tunnel ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 2 Toads
Toad mechanic in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
In the second area of Breezy Tunnel, a Toad mechanic is stuck under a Boot Car. Mario must pull the mechanic out, who gives Mario a Boot Whistle and the Boot Car in exchange. Mario frees a Toad mechanic while inside Breezy Tunnel in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Origami Toad #49: Shovel
# 2
Further down the tunnel is yellow Toad, disguised as an origami shovel. Mario can either hammer the Toad or ram full speed into the shovel with the Boot Car. A Toad folded into a shovel inside Breezy Tunnel in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Scorching Sandpaper Desert ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 10 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
There is a Toad disguised as a yellow beetle, climbing the tower's right foot. A Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Origami Toad #51: Scorpion
# 2
There is a Toad disguised as a yellow scorpion, in one of the southeast village strongholds. A ? Block found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Origami Toad #52: Lizard
# 3
There is a Toad disguised as a green lizard, climbing the cliff wall below the desert satellite office. Mario must slide down to knock it off and then hammer it. A Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 4
There is a Toad buried in the ground between the entrance to Breezy Tunnel and a group of bird statues. A Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 5
Another Toad buried in the ground at a small distance southeast of the Sun Altar. A Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 6
A Toad's hand is seen sticking out of the ground southeast of the tower, between the dunes. A Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
There is a Toad stuck in the arm of a cactus in secluded area just east of the ruins, in front of a Café door. A Not-Bottomless Hole found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 8
A green Sensor Lab Toad can be found jammed into the fax machine of this desert satellite office, south of the tower. After being freed, Mario can fax travel to and from the Scorching Sandpaper Desert. A Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
King Olly's seal in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Professor Toad cheering in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 9
Required: Sun Incense

After placing the Sun Incense onto the Sun Altar, Mario must fight the Mega Paper Macho Pokey. Upon its defeat, Professor Toad is saved and becomes Mario's ally.
Professor Toad after the Mega Paper Macho Pokey is defeated.
Captain T. Ode
# 10
Required: Yellow Streamer destroyed

Captain T. Ode is frozen in a large chunk of ice below the Sun Altar, which opens up once the sun has been returned to its place in the sky. Mario must activate a Magic Circle to transform Olivia into the Fire Vellumental and thaw out the ice.
Captain T. Ode trapped in a chunk of ice in the freezer in Scorching Sandpaper Desert.
Scorching Sandpaper Minor ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 2 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
A yellow Toad is disguised as a beetle, crawling on a cactus in the west side of the area. The yellow Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Minor.
Origami Toad #48 & #53: Cactus
# 2
A green Toad is disguised as a cactus, near the entrance to Shroom City. The other Toad in Scorching Sandpaper Minor.
Scorching Sandpaper West ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 6 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
Just south of the tower is a yellow origami beetle Toad, crawling on a cactus. The first hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper West, disguised as a yellow origami beetle crawling on a cactus.
Origami Toad #48 & #53: Cactus
# 2
Near the entrance is a pair of cacti, with a small origami cactus between them. Hammer it to reveal a green Toad. The second hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper West, disguised as an origami cactus, dwarfed in size by the surrounding cacti.
Origami Toad #54: Skull
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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A Toad in the form of an origami skull can be found stuck to a cactus below a Crowber. At the foot of the cactus are 3 more Toads, buried in the sand. A group of four hidden Toads in Scorching Sandpaper West. One is disguised as an origami skull, while the rest are buried in the sand with a Crowber circling above.
Scorching Sandpaper East ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 5 Toads
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
A Toad is buried beneath a cactus, near the entrance to Scorching Sandpaper Minor. The first hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper East, buried in the sand beneath a bulbous cactus.
Origami Toad #55: Snake
# 2
In the middle of the village ruins sits a pot, which releases five origami snake Toads when broken. The first snake stays where the pot was broken. A group of four hidden Toads in Scorching Sandpaper East, all disguised as yellow origami snakes hiding in a vase.
Origami Toad #55: Snake
# 3
The next origami snake Toad moves to a spot near two walls, at the southeast corner of the ruins. The third hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper East, disguised as an origami snake beneath a large, breakable rock.
Origami Toad #55: Snake
# 4
Another origami snake Toad moves to the east side of the ruins, behind a small set of bricks. The fourth hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper East, disguised as an origami snake behind a small section of the ruins.
Origami Toad #55: Snake
# 5
The last origami snake Toad moves to the area directly north of the pot with a more enclosed set of ruins. The fifth hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper East, disguised as an origami snake to the north of the vase they originally hid in.
Shroom City ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 23 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
A Toad is folded into a beetle on a Snifit pillar above a building near the entrance. Mario can access the rooftop of the building by walking behind it from the right, and then hammer the beetle to rescue the Toad. Mario rescuing one of the Hidden Toads of Shroom City in Paper Mario: The Origami King
An origami Toad
# 2
Inside the spotlight to the left of the hotel entrance there is a yellow origami mushroom. Mario must jump onto the railing from the barrels in the raised middle section of town then whack it out of the spotlight. The second hidden Toad in Shroom City, disguised as an origami mushroom and stuck in a spotlight.
An origami Toad
# 3
An origami tulip Toad can be found resting on one of the barrels north of the lake. The third hidden Toad in Shroom City, disguised as a yellow origami tulip north of the oasis.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 4
The Master Toad is stuck to the entrance sign. Mario must jump from the rooftop of a nearby building onto a see-saw, catapulting a Snifit into the back of the sign. This knocks the Toad and some items loose. Master Toad is found and rescued
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 5
Near the northside of the lake is a set of crates, which when broken reveal a hole. Hammering the wall will release a Toad from this hole. The fifth hidden Toad in Shroom City, rolled into a hole covered by crates.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 6
A crumpled yellow Toad rests on a palm tree, which can be reached by hitting a Hidden Block by the stall north of the lake. The sixth hidden Toad in Shroom City, crumpled and stranded on the leaf of a palm tree.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 7
The crumpled item shop owner of Shroom City is stuck in the sign for the record shop. Hitting the sign will release the Toad. The local shop owner of Shroom City, crumpled and stuffed between the sign in front of a building.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 8
Inside DJ Toad's Groovy Sound Discs shop, a folded Yellow Toad sits atop a record shelf on the right wall. The eighth hidden Toad in Shroom City, folded and resting on a shelf.
Origami Toad #58: Red Pennant
# 9
This Toad is being used as a surfboard by a Snifit in the hotel pool. Defeat a Scaredy Rat hiding in a crate to the left of the pool, then shut off the valve using the 1,000-Fold Arms to reach them. The ninth hidden Toad in the Shroom City Royal Hotel, folded into origami and used by a Snifit as a surfboard.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 10
A yellow Toad can be found sandwiched between two crates to the right of the pool. The tenth hidden Toad in Shroom City, stuck between crates near the pool of the Royal Hotel.
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 11
A yellow Toad is stuck under the baggage trolley in the hotel lobby, which can be pushed off with Mario's hammer. The eleventh hidden Toad in Shroom City, beneath a cart in the Royal Hotel lobby.
An origami Toad
# 12
An origami beetle Toad can be found inside a vase, at the end of the right wing of the hotel. The twelfth hidden Toad in Shroom City, disguised as an origami beetle in one of the vases in the Royal Hotel.
An origami Toad
# 13
Required: Lamp Booth completed

An origami beetle Toad can be found beneath some crates accessed from behind the booth with a large lamp.
The thirteenth hidden Toad in Shroom City, disguised as an origami beetle and accessed from behind the booth with a large magic lamp.
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
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Required: Yellow Streamer destroyed

There is a stack of Toads tied up in an area behind the accessory shop, southwest of the oasis.
The final Toads to be rescued in Shroom City
Scorching Sandpaper Far West ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 1 Toad
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
Just south of the tower is a bulbous cactus. Breaking it will reveal a Toad buried in the sand. The only hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper Far West, buried in the sand beneath a bulbous cactus.
Scorching Sandpaper Far East ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 3 Toads
Origami Toad #51: Scorpion
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# 2
A pair of origami scorpion Toads can be found in a pit among a group of Pokeys. Approaching will make all of them submerge, so in order to save them, the player must keep track of their positions and dig up the Toads with Professor Toad's shovel. A pair of hidden Toads in Scorching Sandpaper Far East, both disguised as yellow origami scorpions among a group of Pokeys.
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
A Toad is buried in the sand near a cactus and set of bushes west of the tower. A hidden Toad in Scorching Sandpaper Far East, buried in the sand near a cactus and some bushes.
Temple of Shrooms ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 41 Toads
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
The first faceless Toad is encountered in the triangle switch puzzle room, caught in a swarm of Mini Scuttlebugs. Mario, Olivia, and Professor Toad's first encounter with a Faceless Toad in the Temple of Shrooms.
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
After rescuing the first faceless Toad, Mario can break the coffin on the right-side wall, opening a passage to a hidden room. Inside, Mario can navigate up a staircase in the back and open a chest to free another faceless Toad. A faceless Toad emerges from a chest inside the Temple of Shrooms.
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
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Upon completing the triangle switch puzzle, the north coffin should open. When Mario walks down the passage and a trio of Toads bound by webs will drop down. A trio of faceless Toads bound by webs drop in front of Mario and Professor Toad as they walk down a corridor in the Temple of Shrooms.
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
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Following this, Mario comes across a room full of cylinders, which must be pressed down with Mario's hammer. Another trio of faceless Toads can be released from these cylinders. The floor peg puzzle of the Temple of Shrooms.
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
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# 14
Inside the disco hall, Mario can find two groups of faceless Toads spinning the Paper Macho Shy Guys on both sides of the dance floor. The Temple of Shrooms disco hall.
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
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# 16
Required: "Thrills at Night" + 10 faceless Toads

Down the stairs from the disco hall is a large area lined with coffins. Two of these coffins will shake if music is playing from the boombox, and will both release faceless Toads when opened.
Mario and Professor Toad release a faceless Toad from a coffin inside the Temple of Shrooms.
A faceless Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
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# 40
Required: "Thrills at Night" + 10 faceless Toads

After opening the moon-branded coffin in the second row and descending into the main tomb. Mario will be ambushed by Scuttlebugs. Defeating the swarm will release a Magic Circle, allowing Mario to free the remaining faceless Toads from a giant web using the 1,000-Fold Arms.
A group of twenty-four faceless Toads, hanging in a massive spiderweb above King Shroomses' tomb in the Temple of Shrooms.
King Olly's seal in Paper Mario: The Origami King
DJ Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 41
Required: "Thrills at Night" + 40 faceless Toads

After bringing all faceless Toads to the dancefloor, Mario convinces Hole Punch to enter the room. Upon defeat their faces are restored, and the group along with the DJ Toad are able to leave the temple.
DJ Toad begs Mario, Olivia, and Professor Toad to save him by finding music that Hole Punch will enjoy.

Purple Streamer[edit]

The Princess PeachThe Princess PeachThe Princess PeachBonehead IslandBonehead IslandMushroom IslandMushroom IslandHeart IslandHeart IslandSpade IslandSpade IslandClub IslandClub IslandFull Moon IslandFull Moon Island? Island? IslandHammer IslandHammer IslandSea TowerSea TowerSea Tower
Click an area to see the Hidden Toads found there.

There are a total of 38 Hidden Toads* to rescue in the Purple Streamer area:

* - None of the Toads found at Sea Tower are considered rescued by the game.

Form Description Image
The Princess Peach ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 17 Toads
A purple Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 1
In the main hall of the first floor, there is a crumpled Toad in the southwest corner. A crumpled purple Toad in the Main Hall of a wrecked cruise ship, screaming after being saved due to the traumatic attack.
Origami Toad #59: Vase
# 2
There is a purple polka dot vase in the lounge, revealed to be a Toad when hammered. Mario and Bob-omb explore a wrecked cruise ship.
A purple Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 3
When climbing the stairs connecting the first and second floors, Mario ends up stepping on the head of a Toad, startling him and Bob-omb. A crewmember of The Princess Peach cruise ship, folded in half and passed out on the first-floor stairway due to a traumatic attack from Gooper Blooper.
A purple Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 4
In the ship's hold, there is a Toad trapped underneath a crate. A crewmember of The Princess Peach found inside the Ship's Hold beneath a crate, huddling in the corner due to the traumatic attack from Gooper Blooper.
A purple Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 5
In the engine room, Mario must walk through the gap in the railing to find a Toad sandwiched between two machines in the corner. A crewmember of The Princess Peach, stuck between maintenance machines in the Engine Room.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 6
On the second floor, there is a Toad stuck underneath the black goop, just in front of a barricaded door. A purple Toad found on the second-floor deck of The Princess Peach, covered in ink from Gooper Blooper's attacks.
King Olly's seal in Paper Mario: The Origami King
The Princess Peach's captain in Paper Mario: The Origami King
All Other Toads
Several Toads are rescued after defeating the Paper Macho Gooper Blooper, including the ship's captain. Gooper Blooper in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Bonehead Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 1 Toad
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
On the westside of the island near the earhole of the giant skull, there is an alcove with a crumpled Toad on the ground. The only hidden Toad at Bonehead Island, crumpled and resting in a secluded area above the campfire.
Mushroom Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 3 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
There is a blue origami fish to the right of the house. It will unfold into a blue Toad when hammered. A Hidden Toad on Mushroom Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
An origami Toad
# 2
In the backyard, there is another blue origami fish to the left of the house. It will unfold into another blue Toad when hammered. A Hidden Toad on Mushroom Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Origami Craftsman in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
The Origami Craftsman is hidden in a back wall of the house's basement. Mario must reach a book atop the bookshelf with the help of Luigi, revealing a Magic Circle. Mario will then use the 1,000‑Fold Arms to peel off the wall and remove an Olly Tape to free him. Mario pulling on an Olly Tape to free the Origami Craftsman
Heart Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 2 Toads
Origami Toad #35 & 61: Heart
# 1
There are 2 bushes with buttons Mario should hammer: a bush near the stairs leading up from the dock, and a bush closest to the start of the ramp up the island. These light up a pattern in the center, raising an origami heart Toad up the platform. The first hidden Toad at Heart Island, disguised as an origami heart that can be revealed after pressing 2 specific buttons hidden on the sides of bushes.
Artwork of a Toad surrounded by a purple border in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 2
After completing the main puzzle of Heart Island to reach the Toad statue, Mario can drop down to a ledge and enter through a tunnel to reach a chest with a red Toad inside. The second hidden Toad at Heart Island, resting inside of a chest and reached through a short tunnel.
Spade Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 5 Toads
Artwork of a green Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
A green Toad is inside a coconut in a tree with two coconuts next to the Toad statue. Mario must hammer this tree twice to drop the coconuts and break the crumpled Toad free. Where and how to find the Green Toad on Spade Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of a yellow Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
Mario must repair the Not-Bottomless Hole across two barrels, then jump to a barrel with a square panel. Opening the Hidden Block above the panel will release a yellow Toad. Mario rescues the Yellow Toad on Spade Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of a blue Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
A blue Toad is stuck to the back of a folding chair occupied by a Goomba. Mario must fold the chair (defeating the Goomba in the process) and then whack the Toad free. Where and how to find the Blue Toad on Spade Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
A purple Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
# 4
A purple Toad can be freed by breaking a small barrel near the Toad statue. Where and how to find the Purple Toad on Spade Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
A shirtless Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 5
A red Toad is stuck in a barrel. After four other Toads are rescued, they insert themselves into the barrel's slots. Mario must push each Toad deeper into the slot to break open the barrel, and release the shirtless Toad. How to rescue the Red Toad on Spade Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Club Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 4 Toads
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
#1
Joy of the Feelin' Fungi, at the edge of the tall grass in Club Island. Club Island in Paper Mario: The Origami King
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
Anger of the Feelin' Fungi is hidden in the northeast side of the tall grass, with a coin close by. This Toad is intended to be found with use of Toad Radar. Anger, a member of the Feelin' Fungi, hidden in the tall grass of Club Island.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 3
Pathos of the Feelin' Fungi is hidden in the southwest side of the tall grass. This Toad is intended to be found with use of Toad Radar. Pathos, a member of the Feelin' Fungi, hidden in the tall grass of Club Island.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 4
Humor of the Feelin' Fungi is in the west side of the tall grass, with a coin close by. This Toad is intended to be found with use of Toad Radar. Humor, a member of the Feelin' Fungi, hidden in the tall grass of Club Island.
Full Moon Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 3 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
Once the Sidestepper has been caught, Mario can find an origami fish swimming among Cheep Cheeps and Bloopers. It will unfold into a blue Toad when hammered. The first hidden Toad at Full Moon Island, disguised as a blue origami fish swimming among Cheep Cheeps and Bloopers.
Origami Toad #62: Rabbit
# 2
There is a pile of leaves with an origami rabbit that will unfold into a yellow Toad when hammered. The second hidden Toad at Full Moon Island, disguised as an origami rabbit under a breakable bush.
Origami Toad #63: Red Roundfish
# 3
Once the central portion of the island surfaces, a red origami fish can be found flopping on the western side of the island. It will unfold into a red Toad when hammered. The third hidden Toad at Full Moon Island, disguised as a red origami fish and originally submerged with the central platform.
? Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 2 Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
Near the Toad statue at the highest point of the island, Mario can find a Toad folded into a sign. The first hidden Toad at %3F Island, disguised as an origami sign in front of the stone statue of a Shangri-Spa Toad.
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 2
A purple Sensor Lab Toad can be found jammed into the fax machine of this island's satellite office. After being freed, Mario can fax travel to and from ? Island. A satellite office in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Hammer Island ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 1 Toad
Artwork of a Toad from Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
After defeating the ambushing Fire Bros, the fire at the center of the island will subside. This event reveals holes in the ground, one of which releases a Toad when hammered. The only hidden Toad at Hammer Island, rolled up in a hole that is revealed after defeating an ambush of Fire Bros.
Sea Tower ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ ? Toads
King Olly's seal in Paper Mario: The Origami King
Artwork of various Toads from Paper Mario: The Origami King.
All Toads
A group of Toads are bound to the outer walls of the Sea Tower with long strips of tape. Once Tape is defeated, these Toads are released from the wall, though their whereabouts afterwards are not shown. A large group of Toads, stuck to the side of the Sea Tower by Tape.

Green Streamer[edit]

There is only 1 Hidden Toad to rescue in the Green Streamer area, found in Shangri-Spa.

Form Description Image
Shangri-Spa ­ ­ ­ ­|­ ­ ­ ­ 1 Toad
A Toad in Paper Mario: The Origami King
# 1
Behind the entrance hall to Shangri-Spa is a satellite office, where the local Sensor Lab Toad can be found jammed into the fax machine. After being freed, Mario can fax travel to and from Shangri-Spa. The only Toad to rescue in Shangri-Spa