Toadwood Forest

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Toadwood Forest
Toadwood Forest
Greater location Mushroom Kingdom
Inhabitants Koopeleons, Boo Guys, and Elasto-Piranhas
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (2005)
“Help...me...”
Toad, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time

The Toadwood Forest is a forest located in the Mushroom Kingdom in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. The Shroobs use the forest to harvest vim from Toads to use as fuel. Monsters such as Koopeleons, Boo Guys, and Elasto-Piranhas reside in the forest.

History[edit]

During the Shroob invasion, Toads are abducted and placed on the forest's trees which then drain the vim, their life force, out of them, slowly killing them in the process. The vim is transferred through the roots of the trees to the Vim Factory, a huge Shroob-created building built in the middle of the Toadwood Forest. Once there, the vim is altered by Swiggler with chemicals and turned into fuel for the Shroob UFOs.

The Mario brothers and their baby counterparts travel to the Toadwood Forest of the past after the Cobalt Star shard retrieved from Baby Bowser's Castle opens a time hole to that location. As they journey through the forest, they encounter multiple Toads strapped to the trees. They eventually reach Toadiko, who reveals what happened to her, Toadbert, and Princess Peach after they traveled to the past and tells the Shroobs' plans to the Mario brothers. Before Toadiko can finish, five Shroob UFOs attack and turn her into a Shroob mushroom. However, the brothers manage to evade the attacks. After burning the trees blocking the way to the Vim Factory, they take a Warp Pipe to bring them closer to the factory.

In the next area, the brothers and the baby brothers activate two switches to raise the platforms in front of the factory's entrance, allowing access.

Layout[edit]

In the first area of the Toadwood Forest are stumps that the adult brothers can throw the baby brothers into. Inside are ? Blocks that contain coins or items. Some stumps contain enemies as well. Trampolines are used to get out. At the end is an area where the baby brothers need to go underground to hit six fire blocks.[1] After each fire block is hit, a fireball shoots out of a long stump and enters an Empty Block above ground. The adult brothers need to hit these blocks to combine the six fireballs into one large fireball at the center of the area. After hitting the block the large fireball is in. It launches and clears a path to the Warp Pipe that leads to the Vim Factory.

In the second area are pits filled with thorns. To cross them, the baby brothers must use a block to control the floating panel[2] while the adult brothers are riding it. ? Blocks are found above safe ground and barriers over the largest pit. Warp Blocks are found on the other side to reunite the brothers. There are two statue that require Simultaneous Blocks to be hit by all four brothers to activate them. After activating both, they can enter the Vim Factory.

Enemies[edit]

Items[edit]

Item Icon Found In
Mushroom A Mushroom from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. Two are in the ? Block in the southeast of the second scene in the first area.
In the right ? Block in the west trunk of the northwest scene in the second area.
Super Mushroom A Mushroom from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. In the left ? Block in the trunk in the third scene in the first area.
Mushroom Drop A sprite of a Mushroom Drop and/or Super Drop and/or Ultra Drop. In the right red block in the south trunk of the second scene in the first area.
1-Up Mushroom Mushroom One Up Pit.png In the green block in the southwest of the fifth scene in the first area.
In the left green block in the northwest corner of the northwest scene in the second area.
1-Up Super Mushroom One Up Pit.png In the red block above the east yellow platform in the southwest scene in the second area.
Green Shell Green Shell from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Three are in the right ? Block in the northeast trunk in the fourth scene in the first area.
Two are in the left ? Block in the west tree trunk of the northeast scene in the second area.
Two are in the right ? Block on the east platform of the southwest scene in the second area.
Bro Flower A sprite of a Bro Flower Six are in the red block near the entrance of the second scene in the first area.
Six are in the green block near the entrance of the fourth scene in the first area.
Three are in the ? Block at the center of the fourth scene in the first area.
Three are in the ? Block above the east platform of the northeast scene in the second area.
In the ? Block above the northeast platform in the south of the southwest scene in the second area.
Unarmed Jeans An icon for clothing in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time In the right red block in the west trunk of the south scene in the second area.
Wallet Badge An icon for badges in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time In the green block in the north of the southeast scene in the second area.
Wild Trousers An icon for clothing in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time In the green block above the northwest platform in the south of the southwest scene in the second area.
Bean A bean from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Near the entrance of the final scene in the first area.
To the right of the pipe in the first scene in the first area.
To the southwest of the pipe in the entrance scene of the second area.
To the northeast of the pipe in the entrance scene of the second area.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Hollijolli VillageToadwood ForestBowser's CastleYoshi's IslandKoopaseumThwomp VolcanoGritzy DesertToad TownStar HillShroob Castle
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノープルの
Kinōpuru no Mori
Kinople Forest; from「キノピオ」(Kinopio, Toad) and possibly "apple"
French Forêt Toadbois Toadwood Forest
German Wald von Toadforst Forest of Toadwood
Italian Foresta di Toadwood Toadwood Forest
Korean 키노우드 숲
Kinoudeu Sup
Kinowood Forest
Spanish Bosque Champiñón Mushroom Forest

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hoffman, Chris. 2005. Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Nintendo Player's Guide, pg 24.
  2. ^ "Ride the floating panel below to conquer thorny paths. Hitting a block should get the floating panel moving..." — Sign, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time