Wooded Kingdom

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Wooded Kingdom
SMO Art - Wooded Kingdom.jpg
Inhabitants Steam Gardeners
First Appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)

The Wooded Kingdom is a location featured in the upcoming Super Mario game Super Mario Odyssey. It is a large forest surrounded by mountains and a glass dome, and is the greater location of Steam Gardens. Its Regional Coins take the form of bolt nuts.


  • Iron Road, a set of red iron buildings
  • Deep Woods, a spooky-looking dark forest where a T-Rex resides
  • Sky Garden

Power Moon locations[edit]

The Wooded Kingdom has blue Power Moons.

Mario will need to collect 16 Power Moons to power up the Odyssey.[1]

  • Road to Sky Garden: Obtained after defeating a Big Piranha Plant at the end of the Red Maze.[2]
  • Caught Hopping in the Forest: Obtained by catching the rabbit in the forest.
  • Beneath the Roots of the Moving Tree: Obtained by moving a tree (in the Deep Woods) and then ground pounding the glowing spot beneath it.
  • Atop the Tall Tree: Obtained after using an Uproot to climb the tall tree and crack the nut at the top.
  • Flooding Pipeway: Obtained after completing a hidden area in Iron Road, which can be entered with an underwater Warp Pipe.[2]
  • The Nut in the Red Maze: Obtained after using an Uproot to get in a side path of the red maze and crack the nut at the end of the path.
  • Climb the Rock to Get the Nut: Obtained after using an Uproot to climb over some rock to reach a nut.[3]
  • Can be purchased from the Crazy Cap store for 100 yellow Coins.

Multi Moon locations[edit]



Names in other languages[edit]

Wooded Kingdom[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 森の国
Mori no Kuni
Forest Country
Spanish (NOE) Reino Arbolado[4] Wooded Kingdom
French (NOE) Pays de la Forêt[5] Forest Country
Dutch Bosrijk[6] Forest Kingdom
German Forstland[7] Forest Country
Italian Regno della Selva[8] Forest Kingdom
Russian Лесное царство[9]
Lesnoe carstvo
Forest Kingdom
Chinese 森之國[10]
Sēn zhī guó
Forest Kingdom

Steam Gardens[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スチームガーデン
Suchīmu Gāden
Steam Garden
Spanish (NOE) Jardín de Vapor[4] Steam Garden
French (NOE) Verdure-sur-Vapeur[5] Steam Greenery
Dutch Hortus Robotanicus[6] Hortus is Latin for garden, Robotanicus is a play on robot and botanicus (botanist).
German Robohain[7] From prefix robo- (robot) and German Hain (grove)
Italian Orto Robotanico[8] From Italian Orto Botanico (Botanical Garden) and prefix robo- (robot)
Russian Паровые Сады[11]
Parovye Sady
Steam Gardens


  • During the reveal trailer, the electronic billboard for Steam Gardens found in New Donk City showed that the location was originally named "Kogwald". The name is a portmanteau of cog and -wald, the German word for forest.


  1. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKWBv-djiKk&t=4m22s
  2. ^ a b GameXplain gameplay
  3. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unR_3ObAbwc
  4. ^ a b Nintendo Direct (14.9.2017) - Nintendo España
  5. ^ a b Nintendo Direct (14.9.2017) - Nintendo France
  6. ^ a b Nintendo Direct (14.9.2017) - NintendoNederland
  7. ^ a b Nintendo Direct (14.9.2017) - Nintendo Deutschland
  8. ^ a b Nintendo Direct (14.9.2017) - NintendoItalia
  9. ^ https://twitter.com/SuperMario_RUS/status/911258824576815104
  10. ^ CHT Nintendo. (October 13, 2017). Super Mario Odyssey Game Introduction Video. YouTube. Retrieved October 16, 2017.
  11. ^ https://youtu.be/WaUviUz6CN4?t=40m28s