Mario and Sushie in the Shiver Snowfield
|Paper Mario (2000)
|Frost Piranhas, Monstar, Jr. Troopa (once)
The Shiver Snowfield are three paths in the Shiver Region linking together Shiver City, Shiver Mountain, and Starborn Valley. In Paper Mario, Mario needs to travel through here to eventually get to the Crystal Palace. A long line of snowmen in the center path guards the secret door into Shiver Mountain, the items needed to open the door are in the city and valley. Just before Starborn Valley, solar radiation resembling the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) can be seen in the sky.
|Name of Item
|Under a hidden panel in the south corner of the snowman scene.
|Can be gotten by hammering a tree in the snowman scene four times.
|Behind an ice rock before the stairs to the Monstar fight.
|Behind a tree in the northeastern corner of the snowman scene.
|In a hidden block in the area where the Monstar fight takes place.
|In the area where Mario fights Monstar, going up the steps in the east to the high platform, the hidden ? Block is on the north-central area.
- "This path is pretty clear of snow, don't you think? Do you think people clear it off, or does the snow just melt? Bit of a mystery, eh, Mario? I wonder if the good citizens of Shiver City have an answer for it..."
- "Look at all those snowmen standing in a line. I wonder who made them... And why. They kind of look like they're watching the path. They look pretty cold, too...but I guess snowmen like cold."
- "I think we're still on the path, but it feels more wild here. If we travel east from here, we'll hit Starborn Valley. Shiver City is way off to the west."
In-game map description
- This icy snowfield links Shiver City with Starborn Valley.
- This icy snowfield links Shiver City with Starborn Valley. A path leads from the snowfield to Shiver Mountain. By going through the mountain, you can reach Crystal Palace.
Names in other languages
Samui Samui Setsugen
|Cold Cold Snowfield
|Cool Ice Ice Snowfield
|Champ de Neige Glacial
|Campo Nevado Escalofrío
|Shiver Snowy Field