Plum Park

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Plum Park
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How to access Obtain the purple Mini Paint Star from Dark Bloo Inn
Paint Stars MiniPurplePaintStarIcon.pngMiniBluePaintStarIcon.png
Things PMCS TeapotThing.pngPMCS BalloonThing.png
Boss Petea Piranha
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Plum Park is a location from Paper Mario: Color Splash. The path leading here is unlocked after getting the Purple Mini Paint Star from Dark Bloo Inn, and unlocks paths leading to Violet Passage and Bloo Bay Beach. The Teapot and Balloon Things can be found here, but Petea Piranha must be defeated before Mario can get the teapot.

Enemies[edit]

Mini-Boss[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パ・プールていえん
Pa Pūru Teien
Pa Pūru Park, based on the English word パープル "purple"
Spanish (NOE) Balneario Amatista Amethyst Spa
French (NOA) Parc Prune Plum Park

Trivia[edit]

  • According to the game manual, the two tea-drinking Snifits by the waterfall are responsible for the poisonous water. They stuffed Petea Piranha inside the teapot to use him as a teabag, which is also why Petea is folded up as one.
  • This area is very similar to World 3 of the previous game. Both have toxic water on the first visit caused by a enemy and the music changes after the completion of the level.
  • In Birdo's song, the line "Two hearts in doki doki panic..." is a reference to the Japan-only game Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, which was reskinned in the U.S. as Super Mario Bros. 2. Doki Doki Panic featured many characters that would later appear as recurring characters in the Mario franchise, including Shy Guys and Birdo, the former of which appears as the audience during the latter's performance.