Ultibed

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The Ultibed

The Ultibed is a bed in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team that is created by Bedsmith. It consists of the five Zee Parts: the Mushrise Tree Board, the Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets, the Pajamaja Rock Frame, the Dozing Mattress and the Zeekeeper's Feathers. When Mario and Luigi find all five parts, they head to Wakeport to find Bedsmith, whom they eventually find at Pi'illoper's house and revive him.

They follow him to Somnom Woods where he creates the Ultibed. Luigi cannot create a Dream Portal to access Dreamy Somnom Woods, the Dream World the Zeekeeper resides in, unless he sleeps on the Ultibed in the Pi'illo Temple, which is said to magnify his dream powers.

List of Zee Parts
Part Location Image Hint Description
Pajamaja Rock Frame Mount Pajamaja UltibedBase.jpg The Pajamaja Rock Frame is somewhere on Mount Pajamaja. Can you find it? Go there and search for clues! The nightmare chunks have been broken, so the frame can finally be used! The four solid legs make it super steady.
Dozing Mattress Dozing Sands UltibedDozingMattress.jpg The Zeekeeper Statue claims the Dozing Mattress lies hidden in Dozing Sands. Where in that vast region could it be? The Dozing Drop in the Dreampoint became solid and turned into the Dozing Mattress! Now THAT is comfort!
Zeekeeper's Feathers Pi'illo Castle UltibedZeekeeperesFeathers.jpg The Battle Ring, which is somewhere in Pi'illo Castle, boasts some really rare items! You got the feathers after beating the powerful Grobot X! Who wouldn't want to get tickled by these feathers?
Mushrise Tree Board Mushrise Park UltibedRockFrame.jpg Mushrise Park has been mostly abandoned, but perhaps someone knows something about the Mushrise Tree Board? You cleared the rocks and got the board! This is a valuable piece of a legendary giant tree that has decayed over the years.
Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets Pi'illo Blimport* UltibedSheets.jpg The Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets, as the name implies, are said to be on Driftwood Shore. Who might know about them? You beat the thieves and got the sheets! Driftwood jellyfish are incredibly rare—they only appear once every thousand years!

*Originally in Driftwood Shore, but stolen by the Fly Guy R Thieves and taken to Pi'illo Blimport.

Names in other languages[edit]

Ultibed[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Unicama From unida (united) and cama (bed)
Spanish (NOE) Supercama From super- and cama (bed)
French (NOA) Ultilit
Dutch Droombed Dream Bed
Italian Ultraletto Ultra Bed
Portuguese Miticama From mito (myth) and cama (bed)

Pajamaja Rock Frame[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Somier de roca del Pijama Pajama Rock Frame, "Pijama" comes also from
"Monte Pijama" (Mount Pajamaja's Spanish Name)

Dozing Mattress[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Colchón de Cabezada Nap Mattress, "cabezada" comes also from
"Desierto Cabezada" (Dozing Sands' Spanish Name)

Zeekeeper's Feathers[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Plumas de Avisomnus Same as English Name

Mushrise Tree Board[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Cabecero de árbol aurora Aurora Tree Board, aurora comes also from "Parque Aurora" (Mushrise Park's Spanish Name)

Driftwood Jellyfish Sheets[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOE) Sábanas de medusa sestera Sleepy/Nappy Jellyfish Sheets, sestera comes also from "siesta" (nap)
which also comes from "Playa Siesta" (Driftwood Shore's Spanish Name)