Pipeline Lagoon

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Level
Pipeline Lagoon
SM3DW World3-5.png
World-Level 3-5
World World 3
Game Super Mario 3D World
Time limit 500 seconds
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Pipeline Lagoon, otherwise known as World 3-5, is the fifth course of World 3 in Super Mario 3D World. This level is the first one in the game to take place underwater. It is unlocked via completion of Magikoopa Blockade, and its own completion unlocks Mount Must Dash and Switchboard Falls.

Layout[edit]

Pipeline Lagoon starts on a small beach with some Goombas relaxing in the water. Across the water is a green Warp Pipe that takes the player to the next portion of the level. Here, the bodies of water are deep enough for characters to go underwater. This area contains some Cheep-Cheeps and Porcupuffers. When the player transitions through the Clear Pipe to the next area, there is a massive shipwreck in the background. A Checkpoint Flag appears soon after, followed by an area where Porcupuffers appear through holes in the wall in a set pattern. A nearby pipe leads the player to the Goal Pole.


Green Stars[edit]

  • Green Star 1: At the end of the first underwater zone, the player has to swim upward while water rises to reach the first green star.
  • Green Star 2: After the stamp, there's a crack that, when destroyed by a Cannon Box, will reveal a golden warp pipe that leads to a golden room with the second green star. (See picture)
  • Green Star 3: Near the end, the player must swim upward from the third column of Porcu-Puffers to find a hidden room with the third green star.

Stamp[edit]

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  • After the checkpoint, there is a hidden passage that goes upward that leads to the stamp. The stamp is a Cheep Cheep.

Hidden Luigi[edit]

While going through the Clear Pipe past the shipwreck, an 8-bit ducking Luigi will travel in front of the player, but disappear when they exit the pipe.

Enemies[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 土管の入り江
Dokan no irie
The Cove of the Pipes
Spanish (NOA) La laguna de las tuberías The Creek of the pipes
Spanish (NOE) La cala de las tuberías The bay of the pipes
French Tuyaux-sur-mer Pipes-on-sea, a play on "tuyaux" (pipes) and French towns such as Boulogne-sur-Mer
Dutch Buizenbeach Pipe beach
German Die Röhrenlagune The Pipe Lagoon
Italian Baia dei tubi Bay of the pipes
Portuguese Mar de canos Sea of pipes
Russian Лагуна труб
Laguna trub
Pipe Lagoon