Run-Down Pyramid

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Level
Run-Down Pyramid
Run-Down Pyramid.png
Level code 1-4
Game Wario Land: Shake It!
Music track Run-Down Pyramid (before freeing Merfle)
Launchpad Labyrinth (after freeing Merfle)
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Run-Down Pyramid is level 1-4 of Ratl Ruins in Wario Land: Shake It!.

Layout[edit]

This level takes place around a pyramid, and is the only level that features Unibuckets. In the beginning of the level, Wario will need to go on a Unibucket across a small gap and then hop up many platforms where he will enter the pyramid filled with colorful blocks that will disappear when he hits the switch of their color. Some more Unibuckets will be found in here as well. Afterwards, Wario will exit the pyramid and enter an area with some tall platforms that can be moved by smashing the ground and use them to let him reach higher areas. Shortly after that, Wario will be inside the pyramid again with a Unibucket that he uses to travel the inside with, avoiding spikes and collecting coins. Another room will have several of the platforms seen earlier that can be moved by Wario pounding and shaking the ground. The platforms can take Wario over the wall where he can hit a switch to access another part of the level. Finally, Wario will meet the caged Merfle who he will have to free. After picking up the cage, an alarm will go off, making Wario run to the beginning of the level and exit before time runs out.

Missions[edit]

  • Finish before the clock hits 2:00:00.
  • Beat the stage without taking damage.
  • Collect 36,000 coins
  • Don't break any Unibuckets.

Treasures[edit]

Chest location Treasure Image NTSC-U description PAL description
The first treasure chest in Run-Down Pyramid One Heavy Spear
Very Heavy Spear
WLSItreasure13.png This would probably hurt a lot if you got hit with it. But you'll have to lift it first. This would hurt a lot, but someone would have to be strong enough to lift it first.
The second treasure chest in Run-Down Pyramid Moonstone WLSItreasure14.png This rock probably came from the moon. I mean...just look at it! This rock probably came from the moon. I mean, just look at it!
The third treasure chest in Run-Down Pyramid Manly Moai WLSItreasure15.png It's hard to compete with the manliness of a guy made completely of stone. It's hard to compete with the manliness of a man made completely of stone.

Data[edit]

  • Given time: 3:00:00
  • Sum of coins: 39,780

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トッテルカいせき
Totteruka iseki
From a derivation of "Aztec" and「いせき」(iseki, "ruins")
German Mondscheinpyramide Moonlight Pyramid
Italian Rovine della Luna Moon Ruins
Spanish (NOA) Ruina Piramidal Pyramid Ruin
Spanish (NOE) Ruina rupestre Rock Ruin