Stone (Luigi's Mansion)

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Luigi finds a Blue Stone

Stones[1] are valuable collectibles found in Luigi's Mansion. There are three different colors of Stones, each with their own name:

  • Blue Stones (500,000G each)
  • Green Stones (800,000G each)
  • Red Stones (1,000,000G each)

Ten of each color can be found in the Mansion, totaling 23,000,000G. To find them all, Luigi has to water all the plants he can find, examine a variety of objects such as buckets, gutters and gold chandeliers, catch Speedy Spirits, and light up all the rooms in the mansion except for the third and Basement floor hallways.

However, only five of each color can be found in the PAL version's Hidden Mansion as the majority of Speedy Spirits and Gold Mice drop Blue Diamonds instead.

Gemstones from Luigi's Mansion's sequel, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, bear a resemblance to Stones, though they serve as a collectible rather than an amount of gold they offer.

Locations[edit]

Blue Stones[edit]

Area 1
Area 2
Area 3
Area 4

Green Stones[edit]

Area 1
Area 2
  • Hidden Room - awarded from the room's chest after clearing it of ghosts.
  • Hidden Room - dropped by the Speedy Spirit found in the rightmost Chest* (blackout only)
  • Dining Room - dropped by the Speedy Spirit found in the cabinet on the left.*
  • Kitchen - dropped by the random Gold Mouse.*
Area 3
  • Courtyard - awarded after watering the plant northeast of the fountain
  • Third Floor Balcony - awarded after watering a plant in the southeastern corner
  • Third Floor Balcony - awarded after watering the third plant from the northwestern corner
Area 4
  • Sealed Room - dropped by the Speedy Spirit found in the chest to the right of the table*

Red Stones[edit]

Area 1
  • Study - dropped by the Speedy Spirit found in the chair*
Area 2
  • Conservatory - dropped by the Speedy Spirit found in the Piano Bench* (blackout only)
  • Hidden Room - awarded from the room's chest after clearing it of ghosts.
  • Kitchen - awarded after lighting the stove using Fire
  • Graveyard - in the Pipe on the southeastern corner.
Area 3
  • Rec Room - dropped by the Speedy Spirit found in the Fitness Machine*
  • Tea Room - dropped by the Gold Mouse in the cheese piece*
  • Tea Room - dropped by the random Gold Mouse.*
  • Tea Room - in the Drawer.
Area 4

* - Replaced by a Blue Diamond in the PAL Hidden Mansion.

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Luigi's Mansion Nintendo Power Player's Guide, page 95