Scorching Sandpaper East
|Scorching Sandpaper East
Paper Macho Boos
Paper Macho Koopa Paratroopas
- “I was supposed to be touring some stylish ancient wall around here.”
- —Toad, Paper Mario: The Origami King
Scorching Sandpaper East is the eastern portion of the Scorching Sandpaper Desert in Paper Mario: The Origami King. It contains possible ruins of the ancient civilization. Mario must come here to find the Square Jewel to activate the Scorching Sandpaper Far East tower.
One Toad is found buried in the desert while the rest can be found in the ruins.
|5 Hidden Toads
|A Toad is buried beneath a cactus, near the entrance to Scorching Sandpaper Minor.
|In the middle of the village ruins sits a pot, which releases five origami snake Toads when broken. The first snake stays where the pot was broken.
|The next origami snake Toad moves to a spot near two walls, at the southeast corner of the ruins.
|Another origami snake Toad moves to the east side of the ruins, behind a small set of bricks.
|The last origami snake Toad moves to the area directly north of the pot with a more enclosed set of ruins.
|On the wall in the northwestern part of the ruins
|In the middle of the ruins, partially hidden by bricks.
|From the opening that leads to the previous one, Mario must go to the right to find another, smaller one.
|Two in the eastern part of the ruins.
Paper Macho Boo
|Found in the northern part of the ruins.
Names in other languages
|Eastern Imposing Plain
Pun on zandvlakte (sand plain).
|Est du désert
|Deserto Cartavetro minore Est
|Scorching Sandpaper (minor) East
|Desierto de la Derecha
|Desert of the Right