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Image for Paletteville Memory in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (2022)
Inhabitants Hinky
The Fork
The Songbird
various Rabbids
“Elsewhere, in the Town Plaza, villagers are terrorized by a second Tentacle Darkmess Tentacle icon from Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, and something else that's tearing it apart.”
JEANIE, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope

Paletteville is a small town on the planet Palette Prime in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. It has several houses where the residents live, as well as murals that tell the backstory of the planet's warden, Woodrow, except murals 5 and 6. Close to Paletteville is a lake where Victor has a Sillyfish Chuck Challenge, as well as where a dazed Dragoneel is. Paletteville has a Darkmess Tentacle that the heroes must remove, as well as the battle against one of Cursa's Spark Hunters, Bedrock, who is engaged in a battle with Bowser. After Bedrock is defeated, Bowser destroys the Darkmess Tentacle, and joins Mario and his friends to stop Cursa. Medicians roam around Paletteville, but they no longer do so after the Darkmess Tentacle is destroyed.

Paletteville is once again important in the side-quest Bury the Hatchet, where one of the residents, Hinky, has stolen Sweetlopek's axe. The heroes travel around Paletteville to gather evidence to expose him as the culprit.


Paletteville is a small town that has several houses that house the residents Hinky, The Fork, The Songbird, and various other Rabbids. In the center of town was where a Darkmess Tentacle was. 3 Conkdors can be seen pecking at the ground on the edge of Paletteville. A Teleport Flag is in Paletteville, known as "Paletteville Flag". After Bedrock is defeated, a Darkmess Puddle has the battle known as The Kid and the King, near the Conkdors. A secret passage is here, leading to Woodrow's house. A green pipe is here, which leads close to the WM ARC, although it is initially covered in Darkmess, which is only cleared after the Darkmess Tentacle is cleansed.


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Memories found here[edit]

  • Rabbid Luigi
  • Bedrock



Below is a list of the murals found in Paletteville, explained by Beep-0. Murals 5 and 6 are found in a house outside of Paletteville, in the pumpkin patch area.

Mural 1

"The young Woodrow is reciting his first poem just before The Great Tree Blight of Palette Prime strikes.
It took 500 leaf blowers to tidy up afterwards. Residents were fined a million coins due to the noise violations!"

Mural 2

"Woodrow's poem - The Strange and Conflicting Feelings Of The Crofter's Cheesemonger preceded an alien invasion!
The entire planet was forced to harvest thousands of pounds of pumpkin spice in exchange for their freedom. Horrible."

Mural 3

"After Woodrow read his next poem, a luxury space cruiser crashed into a satellite! Debris fell from the sky for quite a while.
Rabbids would be having some picnic and then BAM! Down would come a crystal hot tub or gold badminton cabinet."

Mural 4

"Two tragedies occurred after Woodrow read aloud his Declaration Of Love Written Beneath Yonder Yew-Tree.
ONE - the planet's moon fell to the surface of the planet. And TWO - his girlfriend confessed to kissing the captain of the soccer team."

Mural 7

"Woodrow gave it his all with his poem I Am No Herald Of Ill. For once, nothing seemed to go wrong afterwards...
...until a[sic] "Intradimensional Doomstorm" measuring 9.5 on the "terror scale" arrived! I thought those were a myth!"

Mural 8

"Something large set loose from a storm above the planet. Woodrow couldn't get out of the way because he was wearing stilts!
By the way, I knew he wasn't naturally that tall. I thought he had lifts in his shoes."

Mural 9

"A steamship landed on Woodrow, squashing him flat as a pancake!
It happened after dinner - most passengers didn't even get a turn at the cheese trolley beforehand!"

Mural 10

"Woodrow was crushed by a falling cruise ship, then struck by lightning.
After THAT a rain cloud became his permanent halo, forever influencing his outlook and ensuring he'd be a bummer at parties."

Memory bio[edit]


Paletteville is the "cultural and economic heart" of the planet, as residents are quick to remind everyone else. It is also a petri dish of gossip, petty jealousies, and schemes. Still, the village market more than upholds its reputation for artisan desserts and pumpkin spiced beverages. Is it prosperity that breeds the self-serving behavior here? Or, fame, perhaps? And if so, is it inevitable?

Musical themes[edit]

Main article: Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope (Original Game Soundtrack)

"Paletteville in Peril" is the background music theme for Paletteville before clearing the Off-Color Quest; once cleared, "Kaleidoscopic Canopy" plays instead.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パレット村
Paretto Mura
Palette Village

Italian Villaggio Crepuscolo
Dusk Village