Mount Bighill

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Level
Mount Bighill
Wario in Mount Bighill, in Wario Land: Shake It!
Level code 5-1
Game Wario Land: Shake It!
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Mount Bighill is the first level of Quiver Cliffs in Wario Land: Shake It!

Layout[edit]

This level is a typical East Asian-themed village in the mountains, which is covered with lush bamboo stalks and greenery. A river can also be seen in the distance along with many fleets of ships. Springs from Wreck Train reappear here, which Wario can use to reach higher places, where there are usually treasures or coins. By doing a ground pound, Wario can reach very high places on the springs. Also, wooden structures make their first appearance here. Wario needs to do a dash attack to move these. The wooden platforms can also be used to solve puzzles, open new places and reach treasure. Wario first enters a small palace and encounters wooden structures. Then Wario jumps on several springs to break the steel block and clear his way, in the meantime collecting coins. After that Wario climbs up to a higher platform made of several wooden structures, beneath which there's a river with a Scarracuda. When Wario finally frees the caged Merfle, an alarm will go off and Wario will need to run to the end of the level before the clock hits zero.

Missions[edit]

  • Finish before the clock hits 2:00:00
  • Beat the stage without taking damage
  • Collect 60,000 coins

Treasures[edit]

Chest location Treasure Image NTSC-U description PAL description
The first treasure chest in Mount Bighill Last Mahjong Tile
Mahjong Tile
WLSItreasure79.png No, like the LAST one. Where did all the others go? Find 143 more and you've got a complete set!
The second treasure chest in Mount Bighill Nine Winks WLSItreasure80.png Thirty-one more and you'll have a nap!
The third treasure chest in Mount Bighill Dragon Whisker
Dragon's Whisker
WLSItreasure81.png Part of a dragon's mustache! How cool is that? Plucked from a dragon's moustache. Whoever did that deserves a round of applause!

Data[edit]

  • Given time: 2:30:00
  • Sum of coins: 62,430

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウーロンさんみゃく
Ūron san myaku
Oolong Mountains
German Pagodengebirge Pagoda Mountains
Italian Collina Montealto Tallmountain Hill
Spanish (NOA) Colina Montealto Tallmountain Hill