The Moon Kingdom is a region in Super Mario Odyssey. It is the greater location of Honeylune Ridge, and the fourteenth and final story kingdom accessed in the game. As its name suggests, it is located on the Moon; because of this, the gravity in the kingdom outdoors is much lighter than in previous kingdoms, enabling Mario to jump higher and farther and remain in the air for a longer period of time. Honeylune Ridge (a portmanteau of "honeymoon" and "lune") is the place set to hold Bowser and Princess Peach's wedding, therefore being Mario and Cappy's final destination in the main game.
Legends tell of a moon goddess, and this wedding hall is said to have been created in her honor, though no one knows for sure. The stunning exterior contrasts beautifully with the black sky, a symbol of Honeylune Ridge. Weddings here are often open, so lucky travelers can join the party.
Lunar Life Forms
The surface of the moon is harsh, but a few creatures do live there. Take heed if tempted to study their unique shape and movement up close, as they have sharp spikes. it's probably best to observe them from a safe vantage point.
Interestingly, similar creatures can be found in the Seaside Kingdom. Did life on our planet (which began in the seas) actually originate on the moon?
Cubes of Mystery
Possessing unique metallic properties, it's hard to imagine how these cubic Moon Rocks formed naturally, but they can be found in great abundance up here. Similar rocks have also been found in various areas on the planet, and the method of their formation remains shrouded in mystery. We recommend seeking one out and pondering its mysteries up close!
Lunar Interior: Secrets
We've heard stories about extensive caverns beneath the lunar interior. There's an entrance directly into the moon rock that's easily accessed, but it sounds quite dangerous inside.
On the other hand, tales abound of thrills and mysteries waiting within, so it may be worth investigating. Be sure to take the necessary precautions before you go, though!
A View to Remember
Our world as seen from the Wedding Hall is something everyone needs to experience at least once in their life. With the planet as your witness, it's no wonder weddings are held here.
This frog now lives in Honeylune Ridge. Brought to the moon by first pioneers, it's now considered a good omen for visitors. See one and you'll have a hoppy day!
Three Keys to the Kingdom
All bonus areas retain the kingdom's light gravity.
Enemies and obstacles
Enemies marked with an asterisk (*) are only found in bonus areas.
There are two paintings in this kingdom that are both inside the Wedding Hall. One can be unlocked after defeating Bowser, allowing to fight him again, and the other one can be unlocked after collecting all 880 Power Moons in the game (not counting the ones obtained by shopping) that leads to a harder version of the Bowser fight.
There are a total of 38 Power Moons in this kingdom. During Mario's first visit to this kingdom, he can collect fourteen Power Moons. After Mario defeats Bowser in this kingdom, twelve more Power Moons become available to collect, including one from the kingdom's Hint Art. One additional Power Moon can also be found when Mario encounters the Desert Wanderer (i.e. Tostarenan tourist) in the kingdom (after he has visited all other locations). The Moon Rock will also be available to destroy, causing eleven additional Power Moons to be accessible.
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