SS Tea Cup

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SS Tea Cup
The SS Tea Cup and surrounding areas.
Game Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
Wario Land II
Level(s) 5
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The SS Tea Cup is a pirate ship appearing in the Wario Land series. It belongs to Captain Syrup, but in Wario Land: Shake It!, she instead uses a ship called the Sweet Stuff.


Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3[edit]

The SS Tea Cup is a world in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3. Bobo is the boss of this world. There are three treasures to be found and no secret exits.


Image Name Description

A Bee Fly flees from the Jet Wario form of Wario in Course No.26. Course No.26 A course that takes place in a forest and cave.
WLSML3 Course No 27.png Course No.27 In the first half of the course, Wario swims through a wide body of water, while the second half of the course is set on a beach.
WLSML3 Course No 28.png Course No.28 Like the previous course, this course is set in land and sea. Pirate Gooms and Watches mainly appear in this level.
WLSML3 Course No 29.png Course No.29 The first course set on the ship itself. Wario explores multiple rooms while inside the ship.
WLSML3 Course No 30.png Course No.30 The boss level of SS Tea Cup, set inside the ship and on the main deck. Bobo is fought at the end of the level.

Wario Land II[edit]

Ruins at the Bottom of the sea prologue
The SS Tea Cup sinks to the bottom of the sea.

The SS Tea Cup returns in 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 chapter 2, story 3, and Wario's job 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 chapter 2, story 4, which leads the player to the "Escape from the Tea Cup!" story in the Ruins at the Bottom of the sea chapter.



* - Only appears in Game Boy version.


Names in other languages[edit]

SS Tea Cup[edit]

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

Italian Nave "Tazza da Tè"[2]
"Tea Cup" Ship

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!


  1. ^ Nintendo (1994). スーパーマリオランド3 ワリオランド (Sūpā Mario Rando 3: Wario Rando) instruction booklet. Nintendo (Japanese). Page 17.
  2. ^ Nintendo (1994). Super Mario Land 3: Wario Land European instruction booklen. Nintendo of Europe (Italian). Page 115.