Lost Kingdom

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Lost Kingdom
Remote Island Chain in the Tropics
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Forgotten Isle
Lively paradise surrounded by a sea of death.
Population Unknown
Size Smallish
Locals Unknown
Currency Leaf-shaped
Industry Unknown
Temperature Average 91°F (33°C / 27°C (Dutch))
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)

The Lost Kingdom is the seventh kingdom visited in Super Mario Odyssey. It is the greater location of Forgotten Isle, a large island surrounded by poison. After defeating Bowser in the Cloud Kingdom, he orders his airship to shoot cannonballs at Mario. Mario gets hit by one of these, causing both him and the Odyssey to crash-land in this kingdom. The Odyssey becomes damaged, forcing Mario and Cappy to explore the island and collect at least 10 Power Moons. They can use these Power Moons to repair the Odyssey and continue their journey to the next kingdom—the Metro Kingdom.

The Lost Kingdom is located south-east of the Cloud Kingdom and south-west of the Metro Kingdom. It is the only one of the kingdoms to not involve any bosses at all (not counting the Darker Side). It is also the only one of the kingdoms to not involve any story missions at all (not counting the Mushroom Kingdom), although the certain number of Power Moons are required to access the next kingdom. The kingdom resembles an archipelago of islands shaped like a palm tree.

According to The Art of Super Mario Odyssey, the Lost Kingdom is based on the rainforests of Southeast Asia, likely the island of Borneo and the nations of Indonesia and the Philippines; especially, since the music for the kingdom is based on gamelan, traditional Indonesian ensemble music made up predominantly of percussive instruments. Due to the Lost Kingdom's large bodies of liquid, tall tree trunks, and dense foliage, it also bears a resemblance to the island nation of Madagascar.

Brochure details[edit]

Splendid flora breathes life into this place.

A Dense, Primeval Forest

Few visit these remote islands surrounded by poison, but they are dense with plants that have followed a unique evolutionary path. There is a strange unity between the vibrantly colored plants, the odd animals, and the sea of poison surrounding them.

Some local species are quite colorful.

Nature's Traffic Lights

The Tropical Wigglers found here are not aggressive and are mostly genial and pleasant creatures. You should, however, avoid touching them, for safety's sake. They stretch and contract their bodies constantly and have a habit of stretching across major pathways, so you may need to wait for the right moment to pass. This behavior has given them the nickname "traffic lights of the island." Be sure to look both ways before your cross.

It even LOOKS evil.

Thief of the Skies

The undisputed ruler of the skies here is the Klepto. This large bird has keen eyesight that enables it to spot prey from far above before swooping down to snatch it up in an instant. Once ensnared in its sharp claws, escape is quite difficult, and many smaller visitors have been carried off in this way.

The exact mechanism is not yet understood.

Ruins Steeped in Mystery

The purpose of the distinctive ruins scattered throughout the island remains unclear. The starburst pattern that appears on them MAY indicate a spot of capable of withstanding a great impact. The builders clearly mastered stonework, as these structures still operate and move perhaps centuries after their creators had disappeared.

The so-called "guardians of the ruins."

Watch Those Hands

The Trapeetle is a local hazard. Its large hands capture prey, who are held tight as the creature explodes in a tragic display seen absolutely nowhere else in nature. Best to avoid.

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A Symbol from Ancient Times

Now seen all over the world, this starburst symbol is thought to have originated on these islands. But what does it communicate? The mystery may never be solved.

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Three Keys to the Kingdom

  1. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery, but beware the death-dealing poison.
  2. Watch the Tropical Wiggler grow and shrink—it is simply mesmerizing.
  3. Puzzle over the odd mechanics of these strange ruins.


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Checkpoint Flag locations[edit]


The Odyssey Checkpoint Flag in the Lost Kingdom
Main article: Odyssey

The Odyssey lands at the southeast end of the kingdom. Hint Toad and a pair of binoculars can be found nearby, as well as a Koopa Freerunning minigame after the main story is beaten.

Swamp Hill[edit]

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Swamp Hill is directly north of the Odyssey, sitting near a poison waterfall and overlooking the Moon Shard segment down below. Aside from the Checkpoint Flag, there are some staircases Mario may shift the formation of with Ground Pounds. There are a few Tropical Wigglers in the area, as well as a few regional coins floating precariously over the surrounding poison, and a Power Moon in the branch of a nearby tree.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 沼地の丘
Numachi no Oka
Swamp Hill

German Sumpfhügel
Swamp Hill
Spanish (NOE) Colina del pantano
Swamp Hill

Mountainside Platform[edit]

The Mountainside Platform Checkpoint Flag in the Lost Kingdom

This Checkpoint Flag is on a small platform in the northwestern region of the kingdom. Right next to it is an 8-Bit Pipe behind a red door that takes Mario into an 8-bit section. In front of the 8-bit section are Fuzzies which travel in and out of the screen serving as obstacles either way. Outside of the screen, Mario may either use the Lifts or capture a Tropical Wiggler and traverse around the stumps past the Fuzzies to reach a Power Moon. Inside the screen, Mario may find another Power Moon as well as three regional coins at the top of the screen.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 裏山の小さな足場
Urayama no Chiisana Ashiba
Small Mountainside Platform

German Bergplateau
Mountain Platform
Spanish (NOE) Plataforma de entrada a la montaña
Mountain Entrance Platform

Rocky Mountain Summit[edit]

The Rocky Mountain Summit Checkpoint Flag in the Lost Kingdom

Rocky Mountain Summit is the highest point of the kingdom. The kingdom's Crazy Cap is located here, run by Toads in a Starshroom. There is a Toad outside the shop who encourages Mario to go right in and have a look around. The Checkpoint Flag is circled by coins. There is a palm tree with a Power Moon above it. Glydon rests at the edge, and can be captured to reach one of the surrounding islands. Later in the game, Princess Peach and Tiara can also be found here.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 岩山の頂
Iwayama no Itadaki
Rocky Mountain Summit

German Felsberghöhen
Rocky Heights
Spanish (NOE) Cima de la montaña rocosa
Rocky Mountain Summit

Bonus areas[edit]

Bonus area Accessed via Location Description
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Poison Geyser Area
Moon Pipe On the right of the Hint Toad from the Odyssey An area where Mario must capture a Tropical Wiggler to try and navigate a sea of poison and activate P Switches to shut off jets of poison.
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Klepto Lava Pit
Moon Pipe On a raised platform near Talkatoo A lava-filled area where Mario must rescue Cappy from Klepto again by ground pounding platforms to defeat it once again, as Cappy is required to open a cage containing a Power Moon. Lava Bubbles and Mini Goombas can also be found here.


Enemies marked with an asterisk (*) are only found in bonus areas.

Power Moons[edit]

A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey
The Lost Kingdom has yellow Power Moons.
Main article: List of Power Moons in the Lost Kingdom

There are a total of 35 Power Moons in the Lost Kingdom. During the player's first visit to this kingdom, they can collect 20 Power Moons. After the player leaves the kingdom and comes back, 1 more Power Moon is available to collect. After the player defeats Bowser in the Moon Kingdom, 4 more Power Moons become available to collect. The Moon Rock will also be available to destroy, causing 10 additional Power Moons to be accessible.

In order to repair the Odyssey and progress to the next kingdom, the player must collect at least 10 Power Moons.

Regional coins[edit]

Odyssey regional coins
Main article: List of regional coins in the Lost Kingdom

The Lost Kingdom contains 50 regional coins. They take the form of striped leaves which closely resemble a Super Leaf, but without the eyes or the missing piece on the upper left.

Crazy Cap items[edit]

Item Description Price
The Aviator Cap icon.
Aviator Cap
Gotta keep those ears warm at 33,000 feet. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 5
The Aviator Outfit icon.
Aviator Outfit
This jacket is how you let people know you're a pilot when you're not in a cockpit. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 10
The Potted Palm Tree souvenir icon.
Potted Palm Tree
This plant grows all over Forgotten Isle. Hardy enough to thrive even in a poisonous swamp, it has become quite popular with gardeners. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 5
The Butterfly Mobile souvenir icon.
Butterfly Mobile
Inspired by the butterflies that live on Forgotten Isle, don't be surprised if you find yourself mysteriously losing track of time as you gaze at this beauty. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 25
The Lost Kingdom Sticker souvenir icon.
Lost Kingdom Sticker
A sticker inspired by Forgotten Isle. Regional coin for Lost Kingdom 10
A Power Moon in Super Mario Odyssey
Lost Kingdom Power Moon
A Power Moon that was rescued from Forgotten Isle. SMO coin.png 100


Names in other languages[edit]

Lost Kingdom[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 失われた国
Ushinawareta kuni
Lost Country

Chinese 遗落之国 (Simplified)
Yíluò zhī guó
遺失王國 (Traditional)
Yíshī wángguó

Lost Country

Lost Kingdom

Dutch Verloren Rijk
Lost Realm
French Pays Perdu
Lost Country
German Verlorenes Land
Lost Country
Italian Regno dell'Oblio
Oblivion Kingdom
Korean 잃어버린 왕국
Ireobeorin Wangguk
Lost Kingdom

Russian Затерянное царство
Zateryannoye tsarstvo
Lost Kingdom

Spanish Reino Perdido
Lost Kingdom

Forgotten Isle[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ロス島
"Rosu" Island; a pun on「ロスト」(rosuto, transliteration of the English word "lost")

Chinese 落失岛 (Simplified)
Luò shī dǎo
遺忘島嶼 (Traditional)
Yíwàng dǎoyǔ

Transliteration of the Japanese name; also an anagram of「失落」(shīluò, meaning "to lose something")

Forgotten Island

Dutch Dwaaleiland
Wander Island
French Toxîle
From "toxique" (toxic) and "île" (island)
German Eiland Toxico
Toxic Island
Italian Isola Perduta
Lost Island
Korean 잊혀진 섬
Icheojin Seom
Forgotten Island

Russian Заброшенный остров
Zabroshennyj ostrov
Abandoned island

Spanish Isla del Olvido
Island of Oblivion