Water's Edge Way

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Level
Water's Edge Way
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World-Level W1-3
World World 1
Game Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Boss Kamek
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“There's a lot of water here... Just as an FYI, water is paper's archenemy.”
Kersti, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Water's Edge Way is World 1-3 of Paper Mario: Sticker Star. It is a grassy area with a waterfall and several islands in the middle of bodies of water. It is the first level in the game with two exits, and it is also the first level in which the piece of the Sticker Comet is moved from its original location.

History[edit]

Kamek appears.

Mario finds the piece of the Sticker Comet early on in the level. As he approaches it, the same Toad bumps into him as in Warm Fuzzy Plains. He gives Mario an Album Page, but says that someone is following him. Kamek appears, but Mario defeats him in a battle. Angry, Kamek paperizes the piece of the comet and sends it away. Note, although this is the first time Mario fights him, this is the first, and only battle where Kamek does not turn his stickers into Flip-Flop Stickers. Mario goes after it and eventually finds it floating atop a water spout. In a nearby cave, he finds a faucet that is supplying the water and turns it off, receiving the item. The Comet Piece falls through a hole and Mario retrieves it. Then, he returns it to its original location to complete the level. Mario can later return with a Secret Door and place it in the underground area where the water was to get the bed.

Secret Exit[edit]

In the area one screen past where Kamek is encountered, there is a sign that says "Water's Edge Waterfall." By running off the ledge and into the waterfall, Mario enters a cave with a Comet Piece. Collecting this unlocks Whammino Mountain.

Secret Door[edit]

The outline for the Secret Door is located in an underground hole after the Bowser statue stops spitting water. Going inside this secret door allows the Bed item to be obtained, and find 35 coins to add to Mario's coin count.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミズギワロード
Mizugiwa Rōdo
Water's Edge Road
Spanish Sendero de la Rivera Riverside Path
French (NOA) Chemin de la rive Path of the bank
French (NOE) Chemin de la cascade Waterfall's way
German Flusshöhenpfad Riverheights Path
Chinese 水邊之路
Shuǐbiān Zhī Lù
Water's Edge Road