Special Episode Part 2

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Wario: Master of Disguise episode
Special Episode Part 2
The beginning of Special Episode Part 2 in Wario: Master of Disguise.
Location Sneezemore Cave
Boss None
Key items None
Guise/Mastery Gems None
Title card
Special Episode Part 2's title card from Wario: Master of Disguise.
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“Brrr...this cave is chilly, all right! Who would dream of hiding ramen soup ingredients in a place like this? What was that legendary ramen master thinking?”
Count Cannoli, Wario: Master of Disguise

Special Episode Part 2 is the second of five extra episodes unlocked after completing the final main story episode of Wario: Master of Disguise. It takes place in Sneezemore Cave. The objective, as is the case with the other special episodes, is to obtain three treasures in order within a time limit.


Count Cannoli stands at the entrance to Sneezemore Cave and prepares to search for ramen soup ingredients. He complains about the cave's low temperature and wonders why anyone would hide ramen ingredients in such a place. Just then, Wario and Goodstyle arrive, much to Cannoli's annoyance. Wario intends to take the ramen ingredients for himself, so he and Cannoli race to find them. After obtaining all of them, Wario tells Goodstyle to transform him into Chef Wario so he can cook the ramen. However, Goodstyle informs him that he knows no such transformation. Cannoli appears and offers to cook the ramen himself and split it into equal portions for all, prompting Wario to complain about how he hates asking for help.


This episode has the same layout as Episode 4, but with some extra Mr. Cheekys and Sir Lance-A-Lots added in a few places. Additionally, the two Mr. Cheekys inside the dark room were replaced with a Seed Weed, an enemy not normally found in Sneezemore Cave. The first treasure is in the top-right corner of the cave, where the Yellow Crystal was in Episode 4. The second treasure is in the room below the one with the ice ball, where the Arty Mastery Gem was in Episode 4. It is possible to reach it without using the ice ball through strategic placement of Arty Wario's blocks. The third treasure is accessed from the room with the "ice chandeliers" in the center of the cave. The chest is where the Fancy Ramen Noodle Soup was in Episode 4, in a small, isolated section of the room to the left accessed by going through the water.


Sprite Name Count
Sprite of Mr. Cheeky in Wario: Master of Disguise Mr. Cheeky 12
Sprite of a Snow Globe in Wario: Master of Disguise Snow Globe 7
Sprite of a Blow Globe in Wario: Master of Disguise Blow Globe 2
Sprite of Sir Lance-A-Lot in Wario: Master of Disguise Sir Lance-A-Lot 19
A Slithervine from Wario: Master of Disguise. Slithervine 1
Sprite of a Seed Weed in Wario: Master of Disguise Seed Weed 1*

* - Not counting additional Seed Weeds created through reproduction.


Chest color Treasure Description Worth
Red treasure chest from Wario: Master of Disguise. Galactic Fishcake WMoD.png

Galactic Fishcake

A swirly fishcake filled with trippy cosmic space energy. All who taste it are doomed to grow fins and gills, then flop around the living room floor saying "glub glub" all day. $71,940
Red treasure chest from Wario: Master of Disguise. String Theory Soup WMoD.png

String Theory Soup

All the secrets of the universe are contained in this soup. Drink not, lest you learn more than man was ever meant to know. $30,000
Red treasure chest from Wario: Master of Disguise. Electric Pork Chop WMoD.png

Electric Pork Chop

This electrifying meat product was born of a pig struck by lightning on a lonely prairie night. Oddly enough, it tastes just like chicken. $9,600


  • At the beginning of the episode, Goodstyle misspells Cannoli's name as "Canolli".