The Lost Kingdom is the seventh kingdom visited in Super Mario Odyssey. It is the greater location of Forgotten Isle, a large island surrounded by poison. After defeating Bowser in the Cloud Kingdom, he orders his airship to shoot cannonballs at Mario. Mario gets hit by one of these, causing both him and the Odyssey to crash-land in this kingdom. The Odyssey becomes damaged, forcing Mario and Cappy to explore the island and collect at least 10 Power Moons. They can use these Power Moons to repair the Odyssey and continue their journey to the next kingdom - the Metro Kingdom.
The Lost Kingdom is located south-east of the Cloud Kingdom and south-west of the Metro Kingdom. It is the only one of the kingdoms to not involve any bosses at all (not counting the Darker Side).
The Lost Kingdom would appear to be based off of a warm, humid rainforest or tropical island, with a prehistoric vibe.
A Dense, Primeval Forest
Few visit these remote islands surrounded by poison, but they are dense with plants that have followed a unique evolutionary path. There is a strange unity between the vibrantly colored plants, the odd animals, and the sea of poison surrounding them.
Nature's Traffic Lights
The Tropical Wigglers found here are not aggressive and are mostly genial and pleasant creatures. You should, however, avoid touching them, for safety's sake. They stretch and contract their bodies constantly and have a habit of stretching across major pathways, so you may need to wait for the right moment to pass. This behavior has given them the nickname "traffic lights of the island." Be sure to look both ways before your cross.
Thief of the Skies
The undisputed ruler of the skies here is the Klepto. This large bird has keen eyesight that enables it to spot prey from far above before swooping down to snatch it up in an instant. Once ensnared in its sharp claws, escape is quite difficult, and many smaller visitors have been carried off in this way.
Ruins Steeped in Mystery
The purpose of the distinctive ruins scattered throughout the island remains unclear. The starburst pattern that appears on them MAY indicate a spot of capable of withstanding a great impact. The builders clearly mastered stonework, as these structures still operate and move perhaps centuries after their creators had disappeared.
Watch Those Hands
The Trapeetle is a local hazard. Its large hands capture prey, who are held tight as the creature explodes in a tragic display seen absolutely nowhere else in nature. Best to avoid.
A Symbol from Ancient Times
Now seen all over the world, this starburst symbol is thought to have originated on these islands. But what does it communicate? The mystery may never be solved.
Three Keys to the Kingdom
Enemies marked with an asterisk (*) are only found in bonus areas.
There are a total of 35 Power Moons in the Lost Kingdom. During the player's first visit to this kingdom, they can collect 20 Power Moons. After the player leaves the kingdom and comes back, 1 more Power Moon is available to collect. After the player defeats Bowser in the Moon Kingdom, 4 more Power Moons become available to collect. The Moon Rock will also be available to destroy, causing 10 additional Power Moons to be accessible.
In order to repair the Odyssey and progress to the next kingdom, the player must collect at least 10 Power Moons.
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