Tree Zone Area 1

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Tree Zone Area 1
A screeshot of the level Tree Zone Area 1 in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
World Tree Zone
Game Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
Time limit 500 seconds
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Tree Zone Area 1 is the first level in the Tree Zone in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins.


The player starts at a stretch of flat land, leading to what is presumably the roots of a tree. On these roots there are several gaps in the roots which contain several Bopping Toadies and Ragumo, that also appear on top of the roots. Later in the level several Kyotonbo and Spikeys appear to block the player. On the roots there is several Hidden Blocks which lead to a 1-Up Heart, and inside the roots lays a ? Block which contains a either a Fire Flower or a Mushroom. After the ? Block is the level's Mid-Point Bell. After the bell the roots form a tree. Inside the tree is a Ragumo, several coins and twelve ? Blocks eleven of which have coins with the one other containing either a Mushroom or a Fire Flower. On the top of the tree (which must be climbed in order to complete the level) there is a Kyotonbo. After the tree there is several other sets of enemies, and three blocks which lead to the end of the level.


Sprite Name Count
Bopping Toady.png Bopping Toady 13
Kyotonbo Kyotonbo 4
Ragumo Ragumo 4
SML2 Spikey.png Spikey 3

Level map[edit]

A map of Tree Zone Area 1 in Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
German Baumstamm-Level Tree Trunk Level
Italian Tronco d'albero[1] Tree Trunk


  • It is possible to get several Bopping Toadies stuck in midair by luring them into a small tunnel.[2]