Terrace (Super Mario Galaxy)

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This article is about the dome in Super Mario Galaxy. For the room in Treacherous Mansion in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, see Terrace (Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon).
World
Terrace
SMG Terrace Exterior.png
Screenshot of the Terrace's exterior.
Appearance Super Mario Galaxy
Super Mario 3D All-Stars
Levels 6 (inc. Hungry Luma galaxy)
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You should go to the Terrace first. Please rescue the Power Stars in the galaxies you see there.”
Rosalina, Super Mario Galaxy
terrace
The Terrace's interior.
Terrace dome galaxies. "Super Mario Galaxy World Map," so to say.
The Terrace galaxies.

The Terrace is a dome in Super Mario Galaxy. It is the first dome that Mario or Luigi have access to, and is unlocked once the Grand Star from the Gateway Galaxy is recovered. The Terrace's exterior resembles an Earth-like atmosphere; it is grassy and sits on a plain-like patch of the Comet Observatory.

Inside, the Terrace has starry wallpaper with a castle design in silhouette. It is the most realistic observatory in the game, due to it not having a clear theme (such as Kitchen, Bedroom, etc.) and featuring an inside that looks like a real observation room would look like in the Mario franchise. There is a small telescope in the corner, presumably for looking at galaxies. It's possible that this is the telescope that once belonged to Rosalina's father, as mentioned in Rosalina's Story. As with all domes, the Terrace has a Pull Star in the center used to access its galaxies.

The main boss of the Terrace is Megaleg.

Galaxies[edit]

Model of the Terrace Dome from Super Mario Galaxy
Galaxy Description Star(s) Unlocking criterion
Good Egg Galaxy Starting Planet.png
Good Egg Galaxy
This is a fairly basic Galaxy. There are two bosses, Dino Piranha and King Kaliente, fought here during the first and third missions, respectively. Dino Piranha is also fought under Speedy Comet conditions. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Icon for use in infoboxes.
Icon for use in infoboxes.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.
Collect the Grand Star in the Gateway Galaxy.
SMG Honeyhive Starting Planet.png
Honeyhive Galaxy
This is a bee-themed Galaxy. The Bee Mushroom is introduced here. Bugaboom is fought here during the third mission. Queen Bee lives here. The Toad Brigade is first found here. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.Icon for use in infoboxes.
Icon for use in infoboxes.Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy.
Collect three Stars.
Overview of the Loopdeeloop Galaxy
Loopdeeloop Galaxy
This is a ray surfing Mini-Galaxy. Penguins are found here. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect five Stars.
SMG Flipswitch Galaxy Mission.png
Flipswitch Galaxy
This is a Galaxy made mostly out of one Flipswitch Panel-filled planet. Other planets exist, but are inaccessible. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect seven Stars.
A screenshot of Bowser Jr.'s Robot Reactor during the "Megaleg's Moon" mission from Super Mario Galaxy.
Bowser Jr.'s Robot Reactor
This is the boss Galaxy of the Terrace. Megaleg, the first major boss of the game, is fought here. A Grand Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect eight Stars.
A screenshot of Sweet Sweet Galaxy during the "Rocky Road" mission from Super Mario Galaxy.
Sweet Sweet Galaxy
This is a rather large Hungry Luma Galaxy. It is made entirely out of candy-themed platforms and structures. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy. Collect seven Stars and feed the Hungry Luma 400 Star Bits.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese テラス
Terasu
Terrace
Chinese 露台
Lùtái
Terrace
French Terrasse Terrace
German Terrasse Terrace
Italian Terrazza Mirastelle Stars lookout Terrace
Korean 테라스
Teraseu
Terrace
Spanish Mirador de estrellas Star lookout