Treasure (Wario franchise)

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Treasure in the Wario franchise refers to valuable objects that can be collected by the player. In most games, Wario discovers or steals the treasures from various places.


Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3[edit]

In Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3, Wario hears of great pirate treasure found on Kitchen Island. Wario braves the island and single-handedly defeats Captain Syrup and her pirates, and he escapes with their loot. Wario receives a different type of house from the Genie depending on the value of the treasures he offers the Genie at the end of the game. There are 15 treasures in the game, and the total value of all of the treasures is 90,000 coins, meaning that to achieve the best ending, the player must collect 9,999 coins in addition to all 15 treasures.

Treasure Value Location
A Treasure found in Course No.03 9000 Coins Course No.03
B Treasure found in Course No.09 6000 Coins Course No.09
C Treasure found in Course No.11 2000 Coins Course No.11
D Treasure found in Course No.16 7000 Coins Course No.16
E Treasure found in Course No.17 5000 Coins Course No.17
F Treasure found in Course No.18 9000 Coins Course No.18
G Treasure found in Course No.20 5000 Coins Course No.20
H Treasure found in Course No.24 8000 Coins Course No.24
I Treasure found in Course No.26 7000 Coins Course No.26
J Treasure found in Course No.29 3000 Coins Course No.29
K Treasure found in Course No.30 4000 Coins Course No.30
L Treasure found in Course No.31 8000 Coins Course No.31
M Treasure found in Course No.34 4000 Coins Course No.34
N Treasure found in Course No.37 7000 Coins Course No.37
O Treasure found in Course No.39 6000 Coins Course No.39

Virtual Boy Wario Land[edit]

In Virtual Boy Wario Land, there are ten treasures to be found in the Awazon river basin. Collecting all ten of them is necessary to change the outcome of the ending.

Wario Land II[edit]

Treasure screen
The 50 treasures
Picture Panel
The treasure map

Captain Syrup steals Wario's treasure in Wario Land II. Wario chases the pirates to get his riches back, which he eventually does after doing away with the pirate crew once and for all.

Additionally, 50 hidden treasures can be obtained throughout the 50 levels of the game, by playing a mini-game called Matching Game. A treasure map can also be unlocked by playing and winning a Number Matching Game at the end of every level. Together they give access to the secret Time Attack mode and the mini-game Flagman D-D to the player.

Wario Land 3[edit]

Main article: Wario Land 3#Treasures

In Wario Land 3, a hidden figure informs Wario that he could keep all the treasure of the music box world if he is freed. There are a total of 100 treasures in the world to collect, but not all are necessary to complete the game, where only 48 of them are necessary. After finding five music boxes and going to The Temple, Wario frees the figure, who rather than keeping his end of the bargain, intends to eliminate him and continue his world conquest in both the music box world and the outer one. After defeating the hidden figure and freeing the villagers, the old man among them allows Wario to keep all the collected treasure out of gratefulness.

Wario Land 4[edit]

Main article: Legendary treasure

In Wario Land 4, Wario loots an ancient pyramid and steals all of its treasures. He later defeats the pyramid ruler, the Golden Diva, freeing the legendary Princess Shokora, whose appearance depends on the amount of treasure he ends with.

Wario World[edit]

In Wario World, the Black Jewel transforms Wario's treasures into monsters. Wario must get his treasure back. Each of the game's eight levels has eight treasures to collect, for a total of 64 in the game. To find a Treasure, Wario must find and activate a treasure button. The buttons are color-coded and when one is activated, its corresponding treasure chest appears on a colored platform somewhere else in the level. Wario can then open the chest and collect one of his missing treasures.

If Wario comes across a treasure chest platform before activating the platform's button, he will be unable to receive the treasure. For this reason, backtracking is sometimes necessary.

Wario: Master of Disguise[edit]

In Wario: Master of Disguise, along with helpful items such as maps to the current location, Guise Gems and keys to important doors, treasure chests also contain treaures that boost Wario's money tally for the current level. The player will have to complete one of several mini-games in order to obtain the treasure, which get harder on later levels. Once Wario obtained a treasure, he can view it, its value, and a description of it in his Treasure Log on the main menu.

Starting in the third level, Treasure Pest enemies appear and randomly replace one of these treasures in every level; Wario will have to retry the level later in order to get the treasure. Also, on return trips, Wario can re-open chests that contained Guise or Mastery Gems in order to get a new treasure.

Lists of treasures[edit]