SS Tea Cup

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World
SS Tea Cup
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Appearance Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
Wario Land II
Levels 6
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The SS Tea Cup is Captain Syrup's pirate ship. It is an area in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 and is also used in the second chapter of Wario Land II. Bobo is the boss of the SS Tea Cup in both games. Between the events of Wario Land II and Wario Land: Shake It!, Captain Syrup ditches the SS Tea Cup and gets a new ship, the Sweet Stuff.

Courses[edit]

Course No. 26[edit]

Course No. 26

Course No. 27[edit]

Course No. 28[edit]

Course No. 29[edit]

Course No. 30[edit]

Wario Land II[edit]

The SS Tea Cup sinks to the bottom of the sea.

The SS Tea Cup returns in the sequel Wario Land II as the second of several chapters. The chapter however begins in a forest-like region. The actual ship is not featured before level 2-3 and Wario's occupation in the early levels is to chase the Black Sugar Gang who are trying to reach their ship. Wario has to travel through forest areas, water-filled tunnels and the pirate ship, and finally he must defeat Bobo, the guardian of the ship.

A secret exit can be found in level 2-4, which leads the player to the "Escape from the Tea Cup!" story in the Ruins at the Bottom of the sea chapter.

List of Stories[edit]

Encountered Enemies[edit]

* - Only appears in Game Boy version.

Sub-Bosses and Bosses[edit]

Featured Conditions[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

SS Tea Cup[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ティーカップ[1]
Tīkappu-gō
SS Tea Cup

Chapter 2: SS Tea Cup[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 第2章 ティーカップ号!
Dai 2(ni) shō: Tīkappu-gō!
Chapter 2: SS Tea Cup!

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario Land 3: Wario Land Japanese manual, page 17.