Stumper Sneakaround

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Level
Stumper Sneakaround
CTTT StumperSneakaround.png
World-Level Episode 2-2
World Episode 2
Game Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
Notes A dark forest level with Stumpers and Piranha Creepers.
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Stumper Sneakaround is the second level of Episode 2 in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. The level takes place in a dark forest area. This level introduces the Stumpers, which cannot be defeated. However, they can be used as platforms to reach certain coins and Super Gems. This forest also contains three Piranha Creepers, which wake up only when the P Switches are pressed.

Layout[edit]

The player starts at the bottom-right corner of the stage, in a small nook with two Stumpers. The player must dodge the Stumpers to get to a ledge, where the player must use the Stumpers in order to reach a P Switch, which drops a tree which is used as a bridge leading to the rest of the stage. After the player crosses the bridge, there is a hallway with two pairs of Stumpers moving back-and-fourth, as well as a Pluck Patch containing a Key. After the Stumpers there is two pathways, on which leads to an underground area with several Pluck Patches and coins and the other which leads to a pathway with a Piranha Creeper and another P Switch which drops a wooden bridge. The wooden bridge has two floors, both of which need to be traversed in order to land underground, where a Piranha Creeper must be dodged in order to reach this level's Power Star, ending the stage.

Super Gems[edit]

  • Super Gem 1: Behind a locked door; the key can be found in a Pluck Patch above the bridge leading to the door.
  • Super Gem 2: Given by a mole-enemy at the bottom of the course.
  • Super Gem 3: On top of the Stumpers near the key.

Bonus Objective[edit]

Enemies[edit]

Pixel Toad[edit]

The Pixel Toad is underneath the last Piranha Creeper before the star. The player must defeat the Piranha Creeper by landing on it before seeing the Pixel Toad.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 丸太の抜け道
Maruta no Nuke Michi
The Loophole of the Logs
Spanish Fuga sobre los troncos Escape over the Logs
French La patrouille des Mastosouches The Patrol of the Stumpers
Dutch Behendig met boomstammen Skillful with Tree-Trunks
German Auf dem Holzweg ans Ziel On the Wooden Track to the Goal
Italian A spasso sui tronchi A Crack on the Trunks