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Mirror Mansion is the first level of Sparkle Land and the seventh and second-to-last level overall in Wario World. At many points in this level, the player will have to use the mirrors to determine Wario's position or see things that are otherwise hidden from view. It is inhabited by animate puppets and dolls, as well as magical enemies such as Witches and Terrible Portraits.
The player starts off on a stone bridge with a Party Animal on it in what appears to be a large cavern. The bridge leads to three stone structures on a narrow pathway. In between the structures are Rock Blocks that can be used as lifts to get on top of the structures, but will crush Wario if he stands underneath them. On top of the structures are the red treasure button, a trapdoor, and the red Spriteling. The trapdoor houses a Gold Statue fragment, as do all of the other trapdoors in the level save for the sixth and eighth ones. Up the following stairs is a large gate. There is an Enemy Generator nearby spawning Puppet Magons, which can be used to turn the Swirly Spinner and open the gate. The next area is obscured by a wall, so the player has to tilt the camera and use the mirror in order to determine where Wario is. Ninja Crows will attack Wario here, but can also be used to enter the steel trapdoor in the area. On top of a small staircase is the red treasure's spawn point. Up a ladder and past two Puppet Magons is an area with large white mice inside wheels rolling by. On a wall in the middle of this section is the yellow treasure button. Afterward, the player will find a wooden chest and a lion puppet with a Glue Globe on its tail that will carry Wario over the spikes when attacked. On the way is the yellow Spriteling and chartreuse treasure button. Once across, the player will enter a fight with a Terrible Portrait. The area afterward has three Huge Dolls fall in and a chain-link fence for Wario to climb. After climbing past two spiked balls, Wario will reach the yellow treasure's spawn point and a hole leading downward.
Immediately after dropping down, there is a steel trapdoor. There are two columns and a Vampire nearby, any of which can be used to open it. Up ahead is an area with a mirrored floor and several more Vampires. The green treasure button can be seen reflected in the floor. There's a chain-link fence that goes along the wall of the room and the player needs to use the mirrored floor to determine Wario's position and reach the next area, which also contains a mirrored floor and a chain path. On the floor here is the chartreuse treasure's spawn point, past a Garlic Dispenser, some Huge Dolls, and some Ninja Crows. To get to the next room, Wario must jump across some Glue Globes to reach a catwalk with metal grating. Near a wooden chest is a gap in the catwalk that requires a Corkscrew Conk to clear. The room afterward contains a trapdoor, three Masked Crows, and a hole that drops Wario into the next area.
Upon dropping down the hole, Wario will immediately enter a Battle Ring. The arena then splits off into two paths; a left and a right. To the left is a lion puppet that will carry Wario across some spikes. To the left of the Glue Globes leading upward is the blue treasure button. To the right of the Battle Ring is another lion puppet that will carry Wario over spikes to reach the blue treasure's spawn point and a steel trapdoor, with the green Spriteling and cyan treasure button on the way. From here, there is a ladder leading up to a chain-link fence. By climbing the fence and dodging some spiked balls, Wario can reach a Gold Statue fragment. Back on the left side of the Battle Ring, the cyan treasure's spawn point can be found on the way to the Glue Globes.
The Glue Globes lead to an area with some Masked Crows. There are more Glue Globes up here, which lead to a wooden chest and the green treasure's spawn point. Up ahead is a mirrored area containing many Witches that are only visible in the mirror. Shortly after the first large pillar is a hole in the floor toward the front with a ladder leading down to a trapdoor, which contains the blue Spriteling. Further to the left is a pillar with a Swirly Spinner in it. Climbing on the Glue Globes on the back leads to a Gold Statue fragment. By using one of the Witches or a nearby sculpture to turn the Swirly Spinner, Wario can open the gate leading ahead, which requires climbing on a smaller pillar to reach. In the next room is an Enemy Generator and a Garlic Dispenser, as well as a hole in the floor.
The hole in the floor leads to a bridge where a blimp is firing many Puppet Magons at Wario. On the right is a steel trapdoor. To the left of the bridge is another fight with a Terrible Portrait. Beyond that is another broken-up bridge with the same blimp continuing to fire at Wario, but now with bombs. The pink treasure button is on the upper level of the bridge, while the purple button is on the lower level next to a Vampire and a wooden chest. To the left past a Huge Doll are some Glue Globes reflected in the mirror leading up to the goal. From here, if the player needs to get back to the upper level of the bridge, it can be reached with a Corkscrew Conk. The pink treasure's spawn point is back by the steel trapdoor. To the left of the goal is a Garlic Dispenser, ByeBye Balloons, the purple treasure's spawn point, and the final trapdoor, which houses the purple Spriteling.
If Wario reenters the level after defeating the boss, there will be a set of ByeBye Balloons at the beginning that will take him to the Battle Ring.
Red diamond sub-levels
Gold Statue fragments
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