Long Fall Falls

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Long Fall Falls
Long Fall Falls
Mario, standing on the raft, with a giant Cheep-Chomp.
Level code W5-3
World World 5
Game Paper Mario: Sticker Star
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Long Fall Falls is World 5-3 of Paper Mario: Sticker Star. It is a jungle level where Mario stands on a raft while being pursued by a giant Cheep-Chomp.


The level begin with Mario flowing down a jungle river on a five-log raft, when a gigantic Cheep-Chomp approaches from behind and follows him. It has a propeller where its tail fin should be. The Cheep-Chomp can perform various attacks that include charging towards, and jumping at, Mario. It may hit the raft, which causes it to lose a segment, or eat Mario entirely and cause an instant Game Over. Every so often, the Cheep Chomp's propeller may stick up out of the water and spin around for a few seconds, which causes the Cheep-Chomp to attack Mario faster than before. This increased attack speed carries over when playing the level multiple times. After enough time has passed, Mario, his raft, and the Cheep-Chomp all fall down a large waterfall, but the Cheep-Chomp's propeller causes it to continue moving in the air, flying off into the distance and eventually into space.

Mario's raft then lands in the river again. There are two paths here; one on the right that directly leads to a Comet Piece, and another on the left that leads around and back before the paths split. By moving the raft towards the left edge, Mario will go down the left path. Taking the right path to the Comet Piece causes Mario's raft to crash into a dock, sending him flying onto it before the raft breaks apart and sinks. The area with the Comet Piece is a grassy section surrounded by plant life and fences.

Secret Exit[edit]

Screenshot from Paper Mario: Sticker Star of the area in Long Fall Falls where paperization is required
The area with the Jungle Floodgate scrap

In the area after Mario falls down the waterfall, he can take the path to the left, which seemingly loops with nothing of interest. However, this path also includes a large building to the right. When approaching this building, Mario can paperize to reveal the Jungle Floodgate scrap that flips upside-down when peeled back. When re-applied, this scrap becomes the building entrance, which leads to a small area with the hidden Comet Piece. This Comet Piece is required to unlock access to Chomp Ruins. Directly to the right of the Comet Piece is a hidden area with a ? Block containing the only Megaflash Infinijump sticker in the game.

Secret Door[edit]

The Secret Door is located to the left of the regular exit. It contains the Luxurious Bed. A ? Block near the entrance contains a Big Shiny Infinijump.


Area Tattles[edit]

Cheep Chomp Area[edit]

  • "I can't do anything to help. Sorry! Be careful in this murk." (NA)
  • "I can't do anything to help. Sorry! Be careful in all this murkiness." (EU)

Ending Area[edit]

  • "Oh no! I got wet from the splash zone of that waterfall. I HATE getting wet." (NA)
  • "Oh no! I got wet from the splash zone of that waterfall. I HATE getting wet!" (EU)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグフォール
Biggu Fōru
Big Fall

Chinese (simplified) 巨大瀑布
Jùdà Pùbù
Giant Falls

Chinese (traditional) 大瀑布
Dà Pùbù
Big Falls

French (NOA) Chutes Tombe-de-haut
Fall-from-above Falls
French (NOE) Chutes Frakass
Smash Falls; "Frakass" comes from "fracasser" (to smash)
German Sturzbach-Fälle
Torrent Falls
Italian Cascata Libera
Free Fall
Spanish (NOA) Cataratas Tumbo Largo
Long Jolt Falls
Spanish (NOE) Cataratas Salto Alto
High Jump Falls