Scorching Sandpaper Minor

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Scorching Sandpaper Minor
A view of Scorching Sandpaper Minor in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Toads 2
Collectible Treasures 1
? Blocks 1

Scorching Sandpaper Minor is a small portion of the Scorching Sandpaper Desert in Paper Mario: The Origami King. It contains the Temple of Shrooms, which is where the yellow streamer leads to. Shroom City is located to the north of this area.

When all four Desert Towers across the Scorching Sandpaper Desert are activated, their lasers activate a Magic Circle for an Earth Vellumental in the center of Scorching Sandpaper Minor. Using the Earth Vellumental's ability, the Temple of Shrooms rises from the ground, also revealing that the yellow streamer leads into the temple.

This area has a single Collectible Treasure (found behind the Temple of Shrooms after it is unearthed), a single ? Block, two Toads, and no Not-Bottomless Holes.


Hidden Toads[edit]

Form Description Image
2 Hidden Toads
An origami Toad
# 1
A yellow Toad is disguised as a beetle, crawling on a cactus in the west side of the area. The yellow Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Minor.
Origami Toad #48 & #53: Cactus
# 2
A green Toad is disguised as a cactus, near the entrance to Shroom City. The other Toad in Scorching Sandpaper Minor.

Collectible Treasure[edit]

Treasure Description Image
1 treasure
Collectible Treasure #63: Professor Toad

Professor Toad
Required: Temple of Shrooms raised from the ground.

Behind the temple in the golden spot that can be dug up.
Only Collectible Treasure in Scorching Sandpaper Minor of The Origami King.

? Block[edit]

Hidden Item Description Image
1 blocks
A weapon/battle item in Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Flashy Iron Boots
This lone ? Block is surrounded by three cacti near the entrance to Scorching Sandpaper West. The yellow Toad found in Scorching Sandpaper Minor.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヤケスナさばく
Yakesuna Sabaku
Burning Sand Desert
Chinese (Simplified) 热沙沙漠
Rèshā Shāmò
Burning Sand Desert
Chinese (Traditional) 熱沙沙漠
Rèshā Shāmò
Burning Sand Desert
Dutch Kleine Imposantvlakte Small Imposing Plain
(pun on zandvlakte (sand plain))
French Petit désert de Kalémeri Small Sandpaper Desert
German Kleine Sandpapierwüste Small Sandpaper-Desert
Italian Deserto Cartavetro minore
Korean 작열모래 사막
Jagyeol-morae Samak
Burning Sand Desert
Spanish Desierto Menor de Lija Sandpaper Minor Desert