Stove Canyon

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World
Stove Canyon
Stove Canyon.png
Appearance Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (1994)
Levels 6
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Stove Canyon is a world in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 in the middle of Kitchen Island. As the world is set in a volcanic location, all of its levels feature lava to some extent, which causes him to instantly lose a life if he lands on it. Bōtsu, enemies similar to Lava Bubbles from the Super Mario series, also appear as obstacles in some levels. There are two treasures and one secret level found in this world. The boss of this world is Funfun. After defeating him, Wario gains access to the SS Tea Cup.

Courses[edit]

Level Image Description
Course No. 20 SML3 Course 20.png Wario must break through several blocks and climb ladders whilst defeating Pirate Gooms and escaping a wall of lava that chases him for the majority of the level.
Course No. 21 SML3 Course 21.png In this course, Wario must cross several bridges and jump across several floating and moving platforms to get to the end whilst defeating Pirate Gooms and Demon Bats.
Course No. 22 SML3 Course 22.png Wario must traverse a long stretch of lava in this course solely via means of small platforms and ladders, while encountering several D.D.s along the way.
Course No. 23 SML3 Course 23.png In this course, the player must ride platform carts down several split-up tracks, occasionally jumping from one to the next in succession, while avoiding Demon Bats along the way. Near the end of the level, there is a secret exit that unlocks Course No. 24.
Course No. 24 SML3 Course 24.png A non-linear, maze-like course that requires Wario to hit ! Blocks to change the levels of water in order to navigate through the rooms.
Course No. 25 SML3 Course 25.png In this course, there is a mixture of obstacles including collapsing bridges, Bōtsu and sinking platforms, all above lava. At the end of the level, the boss Funfun is fought.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ストーブ[1]
Sutōbu tani
Stove Canyon

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario Land 3: Wario Land Japanese manual, page 16.