Savage Sea

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Savage Sea
A screenshot of the Savage Sea Court in Mario Tennis Aces
Ball speed Fast
Bounce strength Normal
Appears in Mario Tennis Aces

Savage Sea is a court in Mario Tennis Aces. It is set on a ship located in the middle of an armada sailing the waters around the Kingdom of Bask. The fleet appears to be owned by the Bowser, as his emblem is depicted on the cannon hatches of each ship. The characteristic hazard of the Savage Sea court is the mast protruding from the center of the court, which can deflect the ball and direct it elsewhere. On this court, Bob-ombs act as line judges and a green Koopa Paratroopa acts as the referee, while Goombas, Koopa Troopas, Light Blue Shy Guys, Spinies, Hammer Bros. and Sledge Bros spectate. All of the Koopalings' airships from New Super Mario Bros. U can be seen flying in the background.

In-game description[edit]

  • "A boat gliding upon the untamed waters of the sea. Hit the mast in the middle to welcome some of that untamed fury on board!"

Adventure Mode[edit]

In Adventure Mode, Savage Sea is the fifth area visited. Mario and Toad come here searching for the fourth Power Stone. To do so, they board the Coastal Ferry, which is owned by the brother of the Koopa Troopa who owns the Bay Ferry. After setting sail, a storm brews, and a Blooper challenges Mario to a tennis match. Later, the ship is attacked by Gooper Blooper. After Mario defeats him, however, the Lucien-controlled Wario and Waluigi arrive and reveal that they have already found Savage Sea's Power Stone. Optionally, Mario can accept a challenge from Kamek where he needs to rally the ball until he gets 400 points. Completing it rewards Mario with the Shell Racket.


Mission Location Description
The Sort-Of Sea Monster
Savage Sea Coast "Defeat Blooper in a tennis match!"
The Sea Monster Attacks!
Savage Sea Bay "Defeat the boss of Savage Sea within the time limit!"
Rally Challenge (Advanced)
Savage Sea "Keep rallying until you reach 400 points!"


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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オーアレ海
Ōare Umi
Great Storm Sea
Chinese (Simplified) 汹涌大海
Xiōngyǒng Dàhǎi
Rough Sea
Chinese (Traditional) 洶湧大海
Xiōngyǒng Dàhǎi
Rough Sea
Italian Mare burrascoso Gusty sea
Spanish Mar Bravo Wild sea