Mondo Woods

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Mondo Woods
Mondo Woods from Paper Mario: Color Splash
Huey and Mario looking at a giant coin drained of its colors
How to access Obtain the green Mini Paint Star from Château Chanterelle
Paint Stars Green Mini Paint Star icon from the Paper Mario: Color Splash World MapBlue Mini Paint Star icon from the Paper Mario: Color Splash World Map
Colorless spots 19
Things None
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“I hope the professor and Princess are safe out here. It's not exactly the nicest neighborhood.”
Huey, Paper Mario: Color Splash

Mondo Woods is a location from Paper Mario: Color Splash. The path leading here is unlocked after getting the green Mini Paint Star in Château Chanterelle, and unlocks paths leading to Sacred Forest and Dark Bloo Inn. The woods have been enlarged, which is later revealed as the work of Kamek, who is using his magic to enlarge all of the forest and the Goombas.

Layout[edit]

Mario and Huey must visit here to find Prof. Kinopio, who has went for a walk with Princess. A nearby Toad says that he has seen the professor walk past. Shortly afterwards, Huey notices a Mega Goomba and realizes that the forest has grown in size. Mario must hammer two Brick Blocks to reveal a path deeper into the forest. If Mario breaks more blocks in the next area, he can go north and observe Kamek enlarging a Goomba. The Goomba blocks a platform, and Mario must go across the platform and then jump down to defeat the Goomba.

After crossing the platform and going to the next area, Mario and Huey will find a Chain Chomp chain on the ground. The professor is sitting on a block nearby. Once Mario destroys the block, he confirms that he is the professor and is sad over Princess having run away. Huey suggests that Princess went home, and the professor cheers up, promising to give them a permit if they return to his house. To get the green Mini Paint Star nearby, Mario must walk behind a tree. Getting the Paint Star in this level unlocks access to Sacred Forest.

After getting the yellow Big Paint Star, a giant color-drained coin will be filled in, allowing Mario to grab it and get the blue Mini Paint Star behind it that leads to Dark Bloo Inn.

Enemies[edit]

Colorless spots[edit]

Mondo Woods
In the first area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the first area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the first area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the first area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the first area, on a Brick Block. Mondo Woods
In the first area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the second area, on a tree. Mondo Woods
In the second area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the second area, on top of a Brick Block. Mondo Woods
In the second area, on the ground beneath a row of Brick Blocks. Mondo Woods
In the area with the giant coin, on a tree. Mondo Woods
In the area with the giant coin, on a raised platform. Mondo Woods
In the area with the giant coin, on the wall. Mondo Woods
In the third area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the third area, on a tree. Mondo Woods
In the fourth area, on a bush. Mondo Woods
In the fourth area, on the ground. Mondo Woods
In the fourth area, on the wall. Mondo Woods
In the area with the giant coin, on the coin. This colorless spot is repainted after collecting the yellow Big Paint Star. Mondo Woods

Record[edit]

Audio.svg Unremarkable Forest - Plays at the entrances to Mondo Woods, Sacred Forest, Green Energy Plant, and the Emerald Circus
File infoMedia:PMCS Unremarkable Forest.oga
Audio.svg Mondo Woods - Plays at Mondo Woods
File infoMedia:PMCS Mondo Woods.oga
Audio.svg Kamek's Theme - Plays when Kamek appears
File infoMedia:PMCS Kamek's Theme.oga
Audio.svg The Happy Professor - Plays after the Professor has been cheered up
File infoMedia:PMCS The Happy Professor.oga
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミドゥーリの大森
Midūri no Ōmori
From corruption of「」(midori, green) and「大森」(ōmori, great forest)
French (NOA) Forêt Grochloro Grochloro Forest
(Grochloro is a combination of "gros" (large) and "chloro" (a prefix for green))
French (NOE) Forêt Wasabig Wasabig forest
("Wasabig" is a pun on "wasabi" and "big")
German Mammutbaum-Forst Redwood Forest
Portuguese Megafloresta Mega Forest
Russian Исполинский лес
Ispolinskiy les
Gigantic Forest
Spanish Gran Floresta Big Forest