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Casual Nintendo historian. Otherwise an artist and a professional zoologist. Bio degree. I've had an account here since 2012.

I wrote the character sections for Super Mario 64, Super Mario Galaxy 2, and Super Mario Odyssey. I contributed much of the article for Super Mario Sunshine and am currently working on Super Mario Galaxy.

I have been a fan of Nintendo since a very young age. My first Mario games (and three of the first video games I ever owned) were Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2, Super Mario 64 DS, and Mario Kart DS. These games were good company for a young kid who moved around a lot and had difficulty keeping long-lasting friends.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, I sequentially played some of my favorite games in the Super Mario series to 100% completion. This includes, in order, Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Galaxy 2, and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. I will complete this marathon with Super Mario Odyssey. It's been really fun so far! These are great games, and I always wanted to marathon a series like this before but never had the time. It has been interesting to see where the series began and where it has ended up. The design philosophies, the characters, the art directions, world building, level design, narrative, etc. All good stuff. It might be fun to write something about it some day.

My favorite video game character is Yoshi.

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Setting

Prerelease screenshot of Mario long jumping across a flowery planet in Supermassive Galaxy.
Screenshot of Upside Dizzy, a galaxy staged on a two-dimensional plane.

Super Mario Galaxy 2 is set in outer space. With the exception of the prologue staged in the Mushroom Kingdom, all levels – referred to as "galaxies" in this game – occur on distant, offworld lands. A galaxy is a cluster of planetary objects and other celestial bodies that can be traveled between. Most of these objects have their own gravitational pull. This prevents Mario from falling off their edge and mitigates the chances of the player getting lost.[1][2] There are few walls or ceilings on the planets to obstruct Mario's path, and if he keeps moving forward in one direction, he will return to his starting position. Most planets are spherical or at least have rounded edges to compliment this concept. Not all planets are structured like this: some are structured like traditional Super Mario courses and have their center of gravity below their mass.

Many galaxies take place on two-dimensional planes and Mario's movement options are restricted accordingly (i.e. when Mario is on a 2D side-scrolling plane, the player cannot use Nunchuk Control Stick towards the z-axis to make him fall off the side). There are galaxies entirely on 2D planes, but also ones that feature both 2D and traditional 3D segments. Which one is usually restricted to specific planets and conveyed through environmental context. Many galaxies feature switches mounted into the landscape that change the entire level when interacted with. Some shift which direction gravity is pulled from the floor to the ceiling. Others slow down time, or shift placement when Mario spins.

The theme of space is more subtle in Super Mario Galaxy 2 than it is in its predecessor. While there are galaxies that feature skyboxes with nebulas and stars, the most recurring backdrop is a blue skybox with fluffy clouds. The game does convey the outer space setting in ways distinctive from the first Super Mario Galaxy. As Starship Mario, the game's hub, travels through space, it passes asteroid belts, falling stars, and a supermassive black hole. Lumas, star children introduced in its predecessor, appear in nearly all galaxies and on the hub. The game's thematic core is surreal and whimsical. Rather than resemble a spacecraft, the hub is a grassy planetoid shaped like Mario's head and has a wooden bow like a seafaring vessel. Gulls fly alongside the ship, as if it on the open ocean. The whole game is framed from the perspective of an unseen narrator reading a storybook to the player, and many locations have Carrollian elements. A pair of robots have tea together in a garden on Starship Mario. Several galaxies resemble topiaries and dollhouses. There are planets that look like wooden blocks, candies, clouds, and musical intrsuments.

According to producer Shigeru Miyamoto, the integration of 2D levels derived from a desire to make Super Mario Galaxy 2 more accessible and less daunting to players inexperienced with 3D platformers. Integration of elaborate switch elements bore from the desire to differentiate Super Mario Galaxy 2 from its predecessor similarly to how The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask was differentiated from Ocarina of Time.[3] Many elements not present in the first Super Mario Galaxy informed the setting of the courses that feature them. For example, the first galaxy to feature the Spin Drill item, Spin-Dig Galaxy, visually alludes to construction sites and has enemies that tunnel through soil.[4]

Galaxies

Departure from proceeding 3D games - the hub is not a sprawling area with individual level access points - it is more like a home. On the Grand World Map, its a stand-in for Mario himself, similar to sprite icons in past games, moving from galaxy to galaxy

Simplified "world" layout comparable to those of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Yoshi's Island (rather unilateral: not as complex as Super Mario World or Super Mario Land 2)

Organization of levels becomes a little more complex with each world, but it always begins with a normal galaxy and ends with a boss castle galaxy; no worlds can be skipped over to reach the credits

Bonus "World S", similar in concept to Star Road or World 9 from NSMBW

Normal galaxies have two normal missions, a prankster comet, and two "needle in hay stack" styled Green Stars unlocked once all normal Power Stars have been collected

Galaxies
Texture of the world preview banner for World 1 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World 1: The Great Space Journey Begins
01. Sky Station Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×9 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions 02. Yoshi Star Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×8 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×2 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Sky Station Galaxy during the "Storming the Sky Fleet" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Peewee Piranha's Temper Tantrum (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Yoshi Star Galaxy during the "Saddle Up with Yoshi" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Saddle Up with Yoshi (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Storming the Sky Fleet (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Spiny Control
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Peewee Piranha's Speed Run (Number of Comet Medals required to unlock.×5) Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Spiny Rainbow Romp (Number of Comet Medals required to unlock.×2)
A grassy galaxy under a blue sky. Planets feature observation decks and windmill-like structures. It is implied to be near Mario's home world, and Yoshi's House is on the starting planet.
Unlock criterion: complete the prologue
Lush planets embedded with fossils and bone-shaped rocks. Lakitus and Spinies are common in this galaxy, and their king appears as a boss. Yoshi is sealed away here during his attempt to help the Lumas.
Unlock criterion: complete "Peewee Piranha's Temper Tantrum"
03. Spin-Dig Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×7 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions 04. Fluffy Bluff Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×4
Missions
A screenshot of Spin-Dig Galaxy during the "Digga-Leg's Planet" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Digga-Leg's Planet (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Fluffy Bluff Galaxy during the "Search for the Toad Brigade Captain" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Search for the Toad Brigade Captain (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars Down Deep (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Every Planet Has Its Price
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Digga-Leg's Daredevil Run (Number of Comet Medals required to unlock.×3) Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Chimp's Stomp Challenge
Mining facilities in the center of a giant, cavernous planet. The soil on the planets is soft and be tunneled through with the Spin Drill. Diggas are prominently featured enemies. The Toad Brigade first appears in this galaxy.
Unlock criteria: collect 3 Power Stars and complete "Saddle Up with Yoshi"
Conical, alpine planets in a sea of clouds. Waterfalls and fountains are at the base of the mountains. The traversable terrain narrows higher up the bluffs. It is in this galaxy that Mario first encounters the Chimp.
Unlock criterion: complete "Digga-Leg's Planet"
05. Flip-Swap Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions 06. Rightside Down Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Flip-Swap Galaxy during the "Think Before You Shake" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Think Before You Shake (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Rightside Down Galaxy during the "Breaking the Laws of Gravity" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Breaking the Laws of Gravity (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Purple Coin Flip 'n' Sprint (Number of Comet Medals required to unlock.×8) Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Great Crate Incinerator
A linear, athletic galaxy lined with Flip-Swap Panels. Electric rails and dark voids that continuously expel Chomps appear in the the latter-half of the galaxy. A blue Star Bunny here teaches Mario spinning techniques.
Unlock criteria: collect 3 Power Stars, complete "Saddle Up with Yoshi", and feed the Luma 300 Star Bits
A complex made out of wooden blocks. Both walls and ceilings of Rightside Down have their own gravity conveyed by colored walls. The crate-burning minigame occurs here.
Unlock criterion: complete "Digga-Leg's Planet"
07. Bowser Jr.'s Fiery Flotilla
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Bowser Jr.'s Fiery Flotilla during the "Gobblegut's Aching Belly" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Gobblegut's Aching Belly (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Fiery Flotilla Speed Run (Number of Comet Medals required to unlock.×20)
A linear battle facility overseen by Bowser Jr. It features an airship-like structure, a gate lined with puzzle blocks, and a sun-like planet covered in lava. The course leads to a rocky planetoid where Mario fights Bowser Jr.'s dragon, Gobblegut.
Unlock criteria: collect 7 Power Stars and complete a mission in Fluffy Bluff
Texture of the world preview banner for World 2 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World 2: Shooting Through the Stars
08. Puzzle Plank Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×6 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions 09. Hightail Falls Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×7 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×3
Missions
A screenshot of Puzzle Plank Galaxy during the "The Puzzling Picture Block" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Puzzling Picture Block (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Hightail Falls Galaxy during the "Hot-Stepping Dash Pepper" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Hot-Stepping Dash Pepper (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Purple Coin Shadow Vault Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Hightail Falls Speed Run
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bugaboom's Back Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars in Hightail Falls
A galaxy similar to a carpenter's workshop with large insect enemies. Some platforms are equipped with Grinders that saw through them when Mario is in proximity.
Unlock criterion: complete "Gobblegut's Aching Belly"
Wooden bridges and walls surrounded by waterfalls. Some platforms collapse when stepped on. The Dash Pepper is found here, as is a hidden planet covered in Kleptoads.
Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Puzzle Plank
10. Boulder Bowl Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×6 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions 11. Cosmic Cove Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×4
Missions
A screenshot of Boulder Bowl Galaxy during the "Rock and Rollodillo" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Rock and Rollodillo (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Cosmic Cove Galaxy during the "Twin Falls Hideaway" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Twin Falls Hideaway (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Rolling Crabber Romp Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Exploring the Cosmic Cavern (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. C'mere, Goomba Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Catch That Star Bunny
Mining sites. Planets are composed of craggy rock and have destructible elments on their surfaces: crystals, stone pillars, wooden fences, and an iron bridge. The Rock Mushroom occurs here, and Rollodillo is found on a metal sphere.
Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Puzzle Plank
An ocean galaxy inhabited by Penguins. The pools contain coral reefs and various aquatic enemies. A switch on the main planet freezes its surface and makes certain areas above water more accessible.
Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Hightail Falls or Boulder Bowl
12. Wild Glide Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions 13. Honeybloom Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Wild Glide Galaxy during the "Fluzzard's First Flight" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Fluzzard's First Flight (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Honeybloom Galaxy during the "Bumble Beginnings" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bumble Beginnings (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Jungle Fluzzard Race Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Secret Wall Jump
A lush, jungle planet inhabited by tropical birds. Mario glides with Fluzzard in this galaxy, and is given instructions by an overeager Jibberjay. A competitive flock challengs Mario and Fluzzard to a race.
Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Hightail Falls or Boulder Bowl
Green scrublands with hexigonal rocks, mountain streams, grape vines, and carnivorous plants. The Bee Mushroom occurs here. Various platforms are only tangible to Mario in his bee form. Honeybees appear here in search of a Power Star for their queen.
Unlock criteria: complete a mission in Hightail Falls or Boulder Bowl and feed the Luma 700 Star Bits
14. Bowser's Lava Lair
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×7 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Bowser's Lava Lair during the "Bowser's Big Lava Power Party" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bowser's Big Lava Power Party (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Lava Lair Speed Run
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Unlock criteria: collect 14 Power Stars and complete a mission in Cosmic Cove, Wild Glide, or Honeybloom
Texture of the world preview banner for World 3 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World 3: The Far Reaches of the Universe
15. Tall Trunk Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×1
Missions 16. Cloudy Court Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5
Missions
A screenshot of Tall Trunk Galaxy during the "Tall Trunk's Big Slide" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Flotacious Blimp Fruit (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Cloudy Court Galaxy during the "Head in the Clouds" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Head in the Clouds (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Tall Trunk's Big Slide (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Shadow Lining
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Tall Trunk's Purple Coin Slide Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars in the Purple Pond
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Unlock criterion: complete "Bowser's Big Lava Power Party"
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Unlock criterion: complete "Bowser's Big Lava Power Party"
17. Haunty Halls Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×4 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×1
Missions 18. Freezy Flake Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×6 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Haunty Halls Galaxy during the "Sneaking Down the Creepy Corridor" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. A Glimmer of Bulb Berry (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Freezy Flake Galaxy during the "Bowser on Ice" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bowser on Ice (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Sneaking Down the Creepy Corridor (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Sorbetti's Chilly Reception (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Spooky Cosmic Clone Chase Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Chimp's Skating Challenge
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Unlock criteria: complete a mission in Tall Trunk or Freezy Flake
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Cloudy Court or Haunty Halls
19. Rolling Masterpiece Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×9
Missions 20. Beat Block Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×3 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Rolling Masterpiece Galaxy during the "Silver Chomp Grudge Match" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Chomp Grudge Match (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Beat Block Galaxy during the "Step to the Beep" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Step to the Beep (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Masterpiece Speed Run Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars in Double Time
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Freezy Flake
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Unlock criterion: complete "A Glimmer of Bulb Berry" and feed the Luma 1000 Star Bits
21. Bowser Jr.'s Fearsome Fleet
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×5 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×2 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Bowser Jr.'s Fearsome Fleet during the "Bowser Jr.'s Mighty Megahammer" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bowser Jr.'s Mighty Megahammer (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Megahammer's Daredevil Bash
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Unlock criteria: collect 28 Power Stars and complete "Bowser's Big Lava Power Party"
Texture of the world preview banner for World 4 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World 4: The Many Mysteries of the Cosmos
22. Supermassive Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5
Missions 23. Flipsville Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×8 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Supermassive Galaxy during the "Huge Trouble with Big Wigglers" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Huge Trouble with Big Wigglers (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Flipsville Galaxy during the "Flip-Flopping in Flipsville" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Flip-Flopping in Flipsville (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Big Wigglers Speed Run Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Flipsville's New Digs
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. In Full Bloom Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Purple Coin Spin Speed Run
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Unlock criterion: complete "Bowser Jr.'s Mighty Megahammer"
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Supermassive or Sweet Mystery
24. Starshine Beach Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×2 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×2
Missions 25. Chompworks Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5
Missions
A screenshot of Starshine Beach Galaxy during the "Climbing the Cloudy Tower" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Surf, Sand, and Silver Stars (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Chompworks Galaxy during the "Spring into the Chompworks" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Where the Chomps Are Made of Gold (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Climbing the Cloudy Tower (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Spring into the Chompworks (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Purple Coin Beach Dash Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Clones in the Chompworks
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Flipsville or Honeyhop
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Flipsville or Honeyhop
26. Sweet Mystery Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×2
Missions 27. Honeyhop Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Sweet Mystery Galaxy during the "Bulb Berry's Mysterious Glow" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bulb Berry's Mysterious Glow (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Honeyhop Galaxy during "The Sweetest Silver Stars" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Sweetest Silver Stars (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bulb Berry's Purple Coin Glow Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Chimp's Score Challenge
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Unlock criteria: complete "Bowser Jr.'s Mighty Megahammer" and feed the Luma 1200 Star Bits
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Supermassive
28. Bowser's Gravity Gauntlet
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×4 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Bowser's Gravity Gauntlet during the "Breaking into Bowser's Castle" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Breaking into Bowser's Castle (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Gravity Star Speed Run
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Unlock criteria: collect 40 Power Stars and complete a mission in Starshine Beach or Chompworks
Texture of the world preview banner for World 5 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World 5: Trial of the Galaxies
29. Space Storm Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5
Missions 30. Slipsand Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Space Storm Galaxy during the "Follow Me, Bob-omb" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Follow Me, Bob-omb (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Slipsand Galaxy during the "Sailing the Sandy Seas" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Squizzard's Sandy Sinkhole (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. To the Top of Topman's Tower (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Sailing the Sandy Seas
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. C'mere, Topman Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Squizzard's Daredevil Run
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Unlock criterion: complete "Breaking into Bowser's Castle"
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Space Storm
31. Shiverburn Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×4 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions 32. Boo Moon Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×5
Missions
A screenshot of Shiverburn Galaxy during the "Prince Pikante's Peppery Mood" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Prince Pikante's Peppery Mood (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Boo Moon Galaxy during the "Silver Star Pop-Up" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars Pop-Up (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Octo-Army Icy Rainbow Romp Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Haunting the Howling Tower
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Chimp's Ultimate Skating Challenge Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Star in the Sinking Swamp
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Space Storm
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Space Storm
33. Upside Dizzy Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2
Missions 34. Fleet Glide Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Upside Dizzy Galaxy during the "A Walk on the Weird Side" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. A Walk on the Weird Side (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Fleet Glide Galaxy during the "Fluzzard's Wild Battlefield Glide" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Fluzzard's Wild Battlefield Glide (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Burning Upside Dizzy Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Fastest Feathers in the Galaxy
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Space Storm
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Unlock criteria: complete a mission in Space Storm and feed the Luma 1500 Star Bits
35. Bowser Jr.'s Boom Bunker
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×6 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Bowser Jr.'s Boom Bunker during the "Bowser Jr.'s Boomsday Machine" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bowser Jr.'s Boomsday Machine (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Boomsday Machine Daredevil Run
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Unlock criteria: collect 55 Power Stars and complete a mission in Space Storm
Texture of the world preview banner for World 6 in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World 6: Bowser in Your Sights
36. Melty Monster Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×9 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions 37. Clockwork Ruins Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×8 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×2 Total number of boss battles.×1
Missions
Mario floating down the Melty Monster Galaxy Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Magnificent Magma Sea (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Clockwork Ruins Galaxy during the "Time for Adventure" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Time for Adventure (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. A Stroll Down Rolling Lane (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Adventure of the Purple Coins
Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Chimp's Bowling Challenge Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Ledge Hammer Trap
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Unlock criterion: complete "Bowser Jr.'s Boomsday Machine"
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Unlock criterion: complete a mission in Melty Monster
38. Throwback Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×7 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions 39. Battle Belt Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×6 Total number of reachable areas.×4
Missions
A screenshot of Throwback Galaxy during the "Return of the Whomp King" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Return of the Whomp King (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Battle Belt Galaxy during the "Mini-Planet Mega-Run" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Mini-Planet Mega-Run (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars in the Whomp Fortress (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Mini-Planet Daredevil Run
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Whomp Silver Star Speed Run Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Snacktime for Gobblegut
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Unlock criteria: collect 60 Power Stars and complete a mission in Clockwork Ruins
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Unlock criteria: collect 65 Power Stars and complete "Return of the Whomp King"
40. Flash Black Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions 41. Slimy Spring Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Flash Black Galaxy during the "Jumping Around in the Dark" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Jumping Around in the Dark (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Slimy Spring Galaxy during "The Deep Shell Well" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Deep Shell Well (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Dark Octo-Army Romp Sprite of a Secret Star used on the level selection screen (abbreviated as "LS" in the filename) for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Chimp's Coin Challenge
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Unlock criteria: complete a mission in Melty Monster and feed the Luma 1800 Star Bits
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Unlock criterion: complete "Jumping Around in the Dark"
42. Bowser's Galaxy Generator
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2 Total number of boss battles.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Bowser's Galaxy Generator during the "Bowser's Fortified Fortress" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bowser's Fortified Fortress (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Bowser's Big Bad Speed Run
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Unlock criteria: collect 70 Power Stars and complete a mission in Battle Belt or Slimy Spring
Texture of the world preview banner for World S in Super Mario Galaxy 2. World S: Here We Go!
43. Mario Squared Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions 44. Rolling Coaster Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Mario Squared Galaxy during the "Make Mario a Star" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Make Mario a Star (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Rolling Coaster Galaxy during "The Rainbow Road Roll" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Rainbow Road Roll (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Luigi's Purple Coin Chaos Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Purple Coins on the Rainbow Road
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Unlock criterion: complete "Bowser's Fortified Fortress"
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Unlock criteria: collect 75 Power Stars and complete a mission in Mario Squared
45. Twisty Trials Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×4 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×1
Missions 46. Stone Cyclone Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×1
Missions
A screenshot of Twisty Trials Galaxy during the "Spinning and Spinning and Spinning" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Spinning and Spinning and Spinning (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Stone Cyclone Galaxy during the "Silver Stars on the Cyclone" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Silver Stars on the Cyclone (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Turning Turning Double Time Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Tox Box Speed Run
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Unlock criteria: collect 80 Power Stars and complete a mission in Rolling Coaster
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Unlock criteria: collect 90 Power Stars and complete a mission in Twisty Trials
47. Boss Blitz Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×6 Total number of boss battles.×10
Missions 48. Flip-Out Galaxy (Sprite of a Hungry Luma from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy.)
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×4 Total number of reachable areas.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Boss Blitz Galaxy during the "Throwback Throwdown" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Throwback Throwdown (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.) A screenshot of Flip-Out Galaxy during the "Wicked Wall Jumps" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Power Star icon from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Wicked Wall Jumps (Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2.)
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Throwback Throwdown Speed Run Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Cosmic Clone Wall Jumpers
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Unlock criteria: collect 100 Power Stars and complete a mission in Stone Cyclone
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Unlock criteria: collect 110 Power Stars, complete a mission in Boss Blitz, and feed the Luma 2000 Star Bits
49. Grandmaster Galaxy
Total number of obtainable Power Stars.×2 Total number of reachable areas.×7 Total number of missions that feature Yoshi.×2
Missions
A screenshot of Grandmaster Galaxy during "The Perfect Run" mission from Super Mario Galaxy 2. Grand Star icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Ultimate Test
Prankster Comet icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. The Perfect Run
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Unlock criterion: collect 240 Power Stars

Prankster Comets

No galaxy has more than one non-green Prankster Comet

Starship Mario

Hub terraformed to look like Mario's head by Lubba

Rouge group of Lumas live on it, inc. Lubba and Baby Luma

As Mario progresses, power-ups are added to the engine room. Cloud Flower and Yoshi Egg become usable. Visual mark of progress.

Stowaways

Another mark of progress - NPCs permently board the ship once specific criteria are met (what are they? Just finishing certain missions or are they tied to Power Stars?)

The NPCs share tricks on level progression and actions: some allude to late-game secrets, or are marks of progress for the player

As the Starship becomes more lively, the music becomes more flourished and complex

(include mini list for NPCs, unlock criteria, and their quotes - no pictures. The pictures for characters are in the following section)

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No. Name Unlock criterion Placement Dialogue
01 Yoshi Complete "Saddle Up with Yoshi". tip of nose none
02 Yellow Toad Complete "Digga-Leg's Planet". below right ear "Hey--everyone's waiting for you on the Starshroom! We found a Sprite of a 1-Up Mushroom from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2., so we're keeping it there for you."
03 Banktoad Accumulate 7 Power Stars. small patch of white flowers on the deck "Hello from your friendly Banktoad! I can help share your stash of Sprite of a coin used on the UI for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Star Bits with other adventurers!"
04 Mailtoad Accumulate 13 Power Stars. patch of red flowers on the deck "Hello! I've held on to every Sprite of mail from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. I've recieved! Here--look…"
05 Star Bunny Complete "Think Before You Shake". under right ear lobe "Shake Wii Remote when you're in midjump! Spinning will give you just a little more OOMPH! How do you think I jump so high, boiyoing? Try it with me!"
06 Honeybee Complete "The Secret Wall Jump". left of the middle engine "Bet you'd like to know our secret… When we get Sprite of a coin used on the UI for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. coins in the air, we can fly farther!"
07 Penguin Complete "Exploring the Cosmic Cavern". back of the head, near the tea set "Shake Wii Remote when you're in the water for a burst of speed! A lot of penguins don't know that…"
08 Jibberjay Complete "Jungle Fluzzard Race". near the path above the left sideburn "Listen up! Listen up! There's a trick to going fast with Fluzzard! Point Wii Remote down to dive! Keep diving to go fast! Dive! Dive whenever you can! Fast! Fast!"
09 First Lumalee Collect one Power Star in World 3. Pipe Room in the left ear "Lumalee! ♪ Lumalop! ♪ Welcome to the Luma Shop! Care to spin a Chance Cube for only 30 Sprite of a coin used on the UI for Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Star Bits?"
10 Whittle Complete "Tall Trunk's Big Slide". behind the left ear "Collect many Sprite of a Comet Medal from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy 2.? Comet arrive! First time in galaxy… Always one Sprite of a Comet Medal from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy 2. somewhere! Look hard."
11 Gold Gearmo Complete "C'mere, Goomba". at tea set "I kinda dig those Sprite of a Goomba from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy 2. guys!"
12 Silver Gearmo Complete "C'mere, Topman". at tea set "I just love the way those li'l Sprite of a Spiky Topman from the user interface (UI) of Super Mario Galaxy 2. red guys spin!"
13 Second Lumalee Complete "The Magnificent Magma Sea". Pipe Room in the left ear "Care to spin 5 Chance Cubes for only 100 Sprite of coins used on the UI for Super Mario Galaxy 2. This asset is not in its predecessor. coins?"
14 Bob-omb Buddy Complete "Return of the Whomp King". near bridge, north of tea set "Have you heard of this mythical, legendary world? It sounds like an amazing place, but I wonder how you get there…"
15 First Green Luma Complete "Throwback Throwdown". left of the stern, by the tree "Seeking the cosmic jewels…it's been our lifelong pursuit… There is a saying that 'they can be found when all the stars have been collected…'"
16 Second Green Luma Accumulate 120 Power Stars. left of the stern, by the tree "The universe is so full of joy… Have you ever seen a Cosmic Jewel icon in Super Mario Galaxy 2. cosmic jewel? They have such a happy shine! And if you listen closely, you can hear the wonderful tinkling sound when one is nearby! Seriously!"
17 Rosalina Complete "The Perfect Run". big patch of white flowers on the deck "I want to give you my thanks."

References

  1. ^ Michael `Jasper` Ashworth. "How Spherical Planets Bent the Rules in Super Mario Galaxy". YouTube. Published 29 Sep 2020. Accessed 27 Feb 2021.
  2. ^ Yoshiaki Koizumi. "Super Mario Galaxy: The Journey from Garden to Galaxy". Montreal International Games Summit (archived), Jan. 2007. Recorded by Eric St-Cyr. Compiled by Hover. YouTube. Published 24 Sep 2016. Accessed 27 Feb 2021.
  3. ^ Satoru Iwata (trans. Nintendo Treehouse). "Wii interviews: Super Mario Galaxy 2". Iwata Asks. Published 2010. Accessed 12 Apr 2021.
  4. ^ Chris Kohler. "Q&A: Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto on Mario, Zelda, Project Natal and More". Wired. Published 12 Jun 2009. Accessed 01 May 2021.