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Moon Kingdom
Destination Above All Others
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Honeylune Ridge
The new frontier of lunar life.
Population Unknown
Size Lunar
Locals Rabbitish?
Currency Star Bit-shaped
Industry Tourism, Weddings
Temperature Unknown
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)

The Moon Kingdom is a region in Super Mario Odyssey. It is the greater location of Honeylune Ridge, and the fourteenth 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 is the place set to hold Bowser and Princess Peach's wedding, therefore being Mario and Cappy's final destination in the main game.

Brochure details[edit]

Specially designed to amplify the bell's ring.

Wedding Hall[edit]

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.

They roll perfectly along the lunar surface.

Lunar Life Forms[edit]

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 probable 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?

Unusual energies emanate from them.

Cubes of Mystery[edit]

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!

Apparently the interior has different gravity.

Lunar Interior: Secrets[edit]

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!

Sunsets are SO last year.

A View to Remember[edit]

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.

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Moon Frog[edit]

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!

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Three Keys to the Kingdom[edit]

  1. Experience the floaty feeling of lighter gravity.
  2. Listen to the glorious bells of the Wedding Hall.
  3. See the mysterious Moon Rocks, supposedly energy made solid.

Map[edit]

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  • Ringing-Bells Plateau
  • Quiet Wall
  • Ever-After Hill
  • Wedding Hall

Bonus areas[edit]

All bonus areas retain the kingdom's light gravity.

Bonus area Accessed via Location Description
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Sphynx's Hidden Vault
Sphynx Underneath the bridge at Ever-After Hill A small room with many Coin Stacks and a treasure chest containing a Power Moon. Mario can only access this room after answering the Sphynx's question correctly. The coins do not reappear if Mario revisits the room after he has already collected them.
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2D Galaxy Area
Moon Pipe On the plateau where Talkatoo is located An 8-bit area situated on a wall resembling a typical galaxy, consisting of small, orbiting planets that serve as platforms around which Mario can walk. Each planet pulls Mario towards itself when he jumps towards one's surrounding gravitational field.
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Giant Swing Area
Moon Pipe On the plateau at the kingdom's southwestern edge A platforming area featuring giant pendulums that constantly swing back and forth and Astro-Lanceurs which Mario must avoid.

Enemies and obstacles[edit]

Enemies marked with an asterisk (*) are only found in bonus areas.

Objectives[edit]

  1. Bowser's Moon Wedding: The goal is to reach the Wedding Hall and defeat Bowser.

Paintings[edit]

It has been requested that additional images be uploaded for this section. Remove this only when the image(s) have been uploaded for this section. Specifics: Bowser's paintings at the Wedding Hall.

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.

Power Moons[edit]

The Moon Kingdom has white Power Moons.
Main article: List of Power Moons in the Moon Kingdom

There are a total of 38 Power Moons in this kingdom. During the player's first visit to this kingdom, they can collect 14 Power Moons. After the player defeats Bowser in this kingdom, 12 more Power Moons become available to collect, including one from the kingdom's Hint Art. One additional Power Moon can also be found when the player encounters the Tostarenan tourist in the kingdom (after he has visited all other locations). The Moon Rock will also be available to destroy, causing 11 additional Power Moons to be accessible.

Regional coins[edit]

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Main article: List of regional coins in the Moon Kingdom

There are a total of 50 regional coins, which take the form of Star Bits, to be found in the Moon Kingdom: 9 coins near the starting area, 14 coins near the Ringing-Bells Plateau, 6 coins near the Quiet Wall, 18 coins in Underground Moon Caverns, and 3 coins near the Wedding Hall.

Starting Area / Odyssey - 9 coins

  • 3 coins: Behind the Odyssey, on top of the big rock.
  • 3 coins: In the 8-bit section.
  • 3 coins: Left of the Odyssey.

Ringing-Bells Plateau - 14 coins

  • 4 coins: Near the checkpoint flag, on top of a pillar.
  • 4 coins: Near the Astro-Lanceur.
  • 3 coins: Behind a Power Moon treasure chest.
  • 3 coins: Obtained by wall jumping.

Quiet Wall - 6 coins

  • 6 coins: Near the Astro-Lanceur.

Underground Moon Caverns - 18 coins

  • 3 coins: On top of a pillar, obtainable only by firing at it as a Sherm.
  • 3 coins: Under the bridge, obtained by capturing a Dry-Bone and flying under it.
  • 3 coins: Obtained by capturing a Tropical Wiggler and extending to the coins.
  • 3 coins: On top of an invisible floor.
  • 3 coins: Obtained by capturing a Banzai Bill and flying through the coins.
  • 3 coins: Behind the second Charging Chuck.

Wedding Hall - 3 coins

  • 3 coins: At the highest point of the Wedding Hall building.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Moon Kingdom[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 月の国
Tsuki no kuni
Moon Country
Spanish Reino Luna Moon Kingdom
French Pays de la Lune Moon Country
Dutch Maanrijk Moon Realm
German Mondland Moon Country
Italian Regno della Luna Moon Kingdom
Russian Лунное царство
Lunnoe tsarstvo
Moon Kingdom
Korean 달 왕국
Dal Wangguk
Moon Kingdom
Chinese 月之国 (Simplified)
月之國 (Traditional)
Yuè zhī guó
Moon Country

Honeylune Ridge[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハニークレーター
Hanī kurētā
Honey Crater
Spanish Cresta Lunamiel Honeymoon Ridge
French Cratère Lune de miel Honeymoon Crater
Dutch Kathedraalkrater Cathedral Crater
Italian Cresta Selenica Selenic Ridge
Russian Брачный хребет
Brachnyi hrebet
Matrimonial Ridge
Korean 허니 분화구
Heoni Bunhwagu
Honey Crater
Chinese 甜蜜环形山 (Simplified)
甜蜜環形山 (Traditional)
Tiánmì huánxíngshān
Sweet Crater

Trivia[edit]