Pianta Village

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Pianta Village
Delfino Villaige Map.jpg
Greater Location Isle Delfino
Ruler Pianta Village Mayor
Inhabitants Piantas, Klambers, Chain Chomps
First Appearance Super Mario Sunshine (2002)

“Well, I guess I'll be heading back to Pianta Village soon. It really is the only place for me!”
Pianta, Super Mario Sunshine

Pianta Village is the ancestral home of the Piantas on Isle Delfino in Super Mario Sunshine. It is run by the Pianta Village Mayor. Players can get a small glimpse of Noki Bay if the player climbs to the top of the large palm tree in the center of the village, or the top of the tree that Il Piantissimo's finish line is on. As such, Pianta Village is the only location where Noki Bay can be seen from the outside.

In order for Mario to travel to Pianta Village, he will need to have the Rocket Nozzle, which is obtainable in Delfino Plaza after at least thirty Shine Sprites have been collected. The red Warp Pipe on top of the Shine Gate leads to Pianta Village. However, it can be reached with skilled jumps and the Hover Nozzle as early as the beginning of the game, althought Episode 5 will be impossible to complete, and the short cutscene involving entering the pipe may not play. It is notably the only area without a boss battle in the game.

Mario in Pianta Village with only one Shine Sprite.

Layout[edit]

Pianta Village is built on a huge crater in the branches of a titanic palm tree to protect it from predators; in fact, the highest point on Isle Delfino that Mario can reach is located in this area, atop one of the giant trees. The village is also home to another special tree, which bears all the fruits (except the Pepper) of Isle Delfino. The player will start at the end of a bridge, and crossing it will lead into the village itself. During some episodes, Wind Spirits will appear as Mario crosses. The village is comprised of many square structures and mushroom platforms. There are many ledges within the village and a large tree is growing out of the center. In the back of the village is a large spa.

The village's underside is composed of giant mushrooms, some of which act as trampolines. The ceiling in this area is made of bamboo platforms, mesh, and catwalks. Wind Spirits are also lurking down there, and will attempt to attack Mario if he's nearby.

This level is unique in that the time changes between day and night. Odd-numbered episodes take place at night, while even-numbered episodes are during the day.

Episodes[edit]

Image Episode Name Summary
Chain Chomplets Unchained.PNG Episode 1:
Chain Chomplets Unchained
This episode's objective is to spray the flaming Chain Chomplets
Il Piantissimo's Crazy Climb.PNG Episode 2:
Il Piantissimo's Crazy Climb
This episode's objective is to defeat Il Piantissimo in a race.
SMS TheGoopyInferno.png Episode 3:
The Goopy Inferno
This episode's objective is to navigate the lava that has appeared in the village.
Chain Chomp's Bath.PNG Episode 4:
Chain Chomp's Bath
This episode's objective is to pull a Chain Chomp into the spa.
Secret of the Village Underside.PNG Episode 5:
Secret of the Village Underside
This episode's objective is to complete the secret course under the village.
Piantas in Need.PNG Episode 6:
Piantas in Need
This episode's objective is to rescue the Piantas.
Shadow Mario Runs Wild.PNG Episode 7:
Shadow Mario Runs Wild
This episode's objective is to defeat Shadow Mario as he runs around Pianta Village.
SMS Fluff Festival Coin Hunt.png Episode 8:
Fluff Festival Coin Hunt
This episode's objective is to collect the Red Coins during the Fluff Festival.
Red Coin Chucksters.png Episode 9:
Red Coin Chucksters
This episode's objective is to collect the Red Coins in the village underside secret.
Soak the Sun.png Episode 10:
Soak the Sun
This episode's objective is to reveal an image of a Shine Sprite.

Enemies[edit]

Blue Coin Locations[edit]

# Image Episode(s) Location
1 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 01.png All Obtained by spraying the "M" signature on the wall behind the starting point.
2 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 02.png All Obtained by spraying the "M" signature in the center of the underside of the village. It cannot be seen unless the camera is zoomed in.
3 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 03.png All Obtained by spraying the "M" signature on the wall of a structure near the center of the village.
4 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 04.png All Obtained by spraying the "M" signature on a wall near the Pianta Hot Spring.
5 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 05.png All On a leaf of a tree on the left side of the entrance of the village.
6 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 06.png All Hidden in the tall grass on the left side of the village.
7 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 07.png All At the end of a stream flowing from the center of the village to the edge of the village.
8 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 08.png All Under a small bridge spanning over the stream in the center of the village.
9 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 09.png All Obtained by spraying the a triangle Graffiti on the gate next to the hot spring.
10 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 10.png All Obtained by spraying the corresponding triangle Graffiti on a wall on the right side of the village.
11 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 11.png All On the very top of a tree located next to the hot spring.
12 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 12.png All Obtained by spraying into a hollow on the side of the tree at the center of the village.
13 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 13.png Night episodes (Episodes 1, 3, 5 and 7) Obtained by spraying the moon when standing on top of the golden mushroom.
14 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 14.png Night episodes (Episodes 1, 3, 5 and 7) Obtained by Ground Pounding the nose of the Pianta statue next to the hot spring.
15 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 15.png Day episodes (Episodes 2, 4, 6 and 8) Obtained by spraying a signpost near the entrance of the village.
16 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 16.png Episode 3 Obtained by spraying the "M" signature next to where F.L.U.D.D. is found under the golden mushroom.
17 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 17.png Episode 3 Obtained by spraying the "M" signature under the Goop near the golden mushroom.
18 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 18.png Episode 3 Obtained by spraying the flaming Pianta on the right side of the village.
19 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 19.png Episode 5 (Yoshi Required) Obtained by having Yoshi spray the beehive and eat the bees next to the bridge at the entrance of the village.
20 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 20.png Episode 5 (Yoshi Required) Obtained by having Yoshi spray the beehive and eat the bees behind the tree next to the hot spring.
21 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 21.png Episode 5 (Yoshi Required) Obtained by having Yoshi eat all of the blue butterflies on the mushroom next to the fruit tree.
22-29 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 22-29.png Episode 6 Reward for cleaning off all eight grown-up Piantas and talking to them.
30 SMS Pianta Village Blue Coin 30.png Episode 8 Obtained by spraying a blue bird flying near the large tree in the center of the village.

Nozzle Locations[edit]

Nozzle Boxes appear only in Episode 8. The Turbo Nozzle doesn't appear anywhere in the village, likely because there is not enough open space and the player could propel themselves off the cliff.

Hover Nozzle[edit]

  • On a cloud far west from the rest of the village.

Rocket Nozzle[edit]

  • On a mushroom platform connected to the enormous tree in the center of the village.

Official Description[edit]

Isle Delfino Guide Book information for Pianta Village.

The ancestral home of the Piantas was built in a giant tree as protection against wild beasts. Giant mushrooms thrive beneath the village.

Media[edit]

Pianta Village's theme was composed by Shinobu Tanaka.

Audio.svg Pianta Village - Pianta Village theme (full version)
Pianta Village Super Mario Sunshine.oga
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モンテのむら
Monte no mura
Monte Village
Spanish Aldea Foresta Pianta Village. Foresta from Pianta's Spanish name.
French Village Pianta Pianta Village
German Plaza della Palma Plaza della Palma; (A broken-Italian equivalent of "Plaza of Palmas")
Italian Villaggio delle Palme Palm Village

Trivia[edit]

  • An alternate version of the Pianta Village soundtrack featuring slightly different instrumentation (known as the Pianta Village Nighttime theme) exists in the game's coding.
  • The game's files contain an unused Yoshi Drums version of the Pianta Hot Springs.