- Not to be confused with 3-Up Moon.
|First appearance||Super Mario Odyssey (2017)|
|Effect||Grants the player three Power Moons|
Multi Moons are collectable items in Super Mario Odyssey. Equivalent to the Grand Stars in Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2, they are usually collected after the player completes a level with a boss (with the exception of Bowser) or another story-related mission. They count as three Power Moons when powering up the Odyssey, although they are counted only as one on the list of Moons in a kingdom. Like the Power Moons, the Multi Moons are given specific colors depending on the kingdom in which they are found. Collecting a Multi Moon teleports Mario back to the Odyssey.
- Multi Moon Atop the Falls (Cascade Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Madame Broode
- Showdown on the Inverted Pyramid (Sand Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Hariet
- The Hole in the Desert (Sand Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Knucklotec
- Broodals Over the Lake (Lake Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Rango
- Flower Thieves of Sky Garden (Wooded Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Spewart
- Defend the Secret Flower Field! (Wooded Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Torkdrift
- New Donk City's Pest Problem (Metro Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Mechawiggler
- A Traditional Festival! (Metro Kingdom) – obtained from completing the 2D section during the festival and then talking to Pauline
- The Bound Bowl Grand Prix (Snow Kingdom) – obtained from completing the Bound Bowl Grand Prix
- The Glass Is Half Full! (Seaside Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Mollusque-Lanceur
- Big Pot on the Volcano: Dive In! (Luncheon Kingdom) – obtained from capturing a slab of meat and having Cookatiel take it up to the pot on the top
- Cookatiel Showdown! (Luncheon Kingdom) – obtained from defeating Cookatiel
- Battle with the Lord of Lightning! (Ruined Kingdom) – obtained from defeating the Ruined Dragon
- Showdown at Bowser's Castle (Bowser's Kingdom) – obtained from defeating the RoboBrood
- Tussle in Tostarena: Rematch (Mushroom Kingdom) – obtained in a rematch with Knucklotec
- Struggle in Steam Gardens: Rematch (Mushroom Kingdom) – obtained in a rematch with Torkdrift
- Dust-Up in New Donk City: Rematch (Mushroom Kingdom) – obtained in a rematch with Mechawiggler
- Battle in Bubblaine: Rematch (Mushroom Kingdom) – obtained in a rematch with Mollusque-Lanceur
- Blowup at Mount Volbono: Rematch (Mushroom Kingdom) – obtained in a rematch with Cookatiel
- Rumble in Crumbleden: Rematch (Mushroom Kingdom) – obtained in a rematch with the Ruined Dragon
- Arrival at Rabbit Ridge! (Dark Side) – obtained after the player defeats all four Broodals and RoboBrood
- Long Journey's End (Darker Side) – obtained after the player completes the final level and climbs to the top of the tower
Multi Moons feature a different color depending on the kingdom in which they are found. Their color also matches the color of the kingdom's Power Moons and the pole of the kingdom's Checkpoint Flag. Like Power Moons, after they are collected, they lose their color and appear translucent the next time they are collected. The Multi Moons in the boss rematch paintings, Dark Side, and Darker Side are the only ones that can be collected again. Unlike the regular Power Moons in the Mushroom Kingdom, the Multi Moons in that kingdom (during the bosses' rematches) are not shaped like Power Stars.
Names in other languages
Chónggāo zhī yuè
Guāngróng zhī yuè
- Multi Moons were originally called Grand Moons during the E3 playthrough.
- White is the only Power Moon color not to represent a Multi Moon.
- Unlike with normal Power Moons, the victory animation will still play if an already grabbed Multi Moon is collected again.
- Nintendo (June 14, 2017). Super Mario Odyssey - Sand Kingdom & New Donk City Demonstration - Nintendo E3 2017. YouTube. Retrieved September 20, 2017.