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Super Mario Odyssey Welten Super Mario Odyssey - Die Welten VideoSUPER MARIO ODYSSEY Part 1: World travel with Mario In Super Mario Odyssey, Mario is tasked with traveling through many kingdoms in his quest to rescue Peach from Bowser. In each of the Kingdoms, you'll embark on one to several main objectives -. Super Mario Run () New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe () Super Mario Odyssey (スーパーマリオオデッセイ, Super Mario Odyssey) is a platforming game for the Nintendo Switch, it is the eighteenth title in the Super Mario series, the seventh original 3D Mario game and the eighth 3D Mario title overall. It was released internationally on October 27, , in South Korea and Taiwan on December 1, , and in China on December 10, Join Mario and his pal Cappy in the new, globe-trotting 3D adventure game, Super Mario Odyssey™ for the Nintendo Switch™ home gaming system. Play now Super Mario Odyssey online on Kizcom. Have fun playing Super Mario Odyssey One of the best Adventures Game on Kizcom. Super Mario Odyssey North American website bio: "Crazy Cap is THE must-shop stop for savvy travelers. With franchise locations all across the globe, there's sure to be a Crazy Cap near you.
Versetzt euch dort zum Schnellreise-Checkpoint "Entfernte Insel in der Lava" und schaut am nördlichen Ende nach dem Bild.
Wenn ihr da durchgeht, befindet ihr euch auf einer Insel mit einem Schornstein. Löscht das Feuer mit eurer Kappe und geht dann ins Innere des Schornstein, Hier kommt ihr mit Wandsprüngen ganz nach oben zu einem Stern.
Sprecht ihn hier an, damit er nach Hause reist und einen Stern hinterlässt. Betrachtet mit Mario das Hinweisbild, das im Schloss hängt.
Mario muss es aktiv wahrgenommen haben, also stellt euch davor und drückt den A-Knopf, sonst könnt ihr den Mond nicht bekommen, egal wie gut ihr als Spieler den Hinweis versteht.
Das Bild verweist auf das Hutland. Ihr seht den Hutturm mit dem Mond dahinter. Reist also in das Hutland und stellt euch auf den ersten Hügel der Brillenbrücke.
Eine Stampfattacke bringt dort einen Mond hervor. Westlich neben dem Turm, der im Westen des Gumba-Forsts liegt, steht ein Toad mit einem seltsamen Hut auf dem Kopf, Der Hut hat Augen, Das ist einer der verstecten Chapeaus.
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The hero of the Mushroom Kingdom and the game's protagonist. Super Mario Odyssey has Mario going on a world voyage to stop the forced marital union between Princess Peach and Bowser.
Considered a return to form, Mario's advanced movement options from Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine return alongside completely new abilities.
Many of these involve his new traveling companion, Cappy. A white Bonneter that resembles a top hat. He joins Mario on his journey to help rescue his sister Tiara, who was also kidnapped by Bowser.
Cappy takes on the form of Mario's cap during the game and can be tossed at characters and objects, allowing Mario to temporarily " capture " their form.
In multiplayer, the second player controls Cappy while the first controls Mario directly, somewhat similar to how multiplayer worked with Co-Star Luma in Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Princess Peach. The ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom. She is kidnapped by Bowser, in the hopes that he can pressure her into marriage.
The game's story revolves around Mario's quest to stop the marriage and save her. After being rescued, Mario and Bowser both attempt to propose to her, but they are rejected.
She pursues her own worldwide voyage with Tiara during the postgame. All kingdoms except Dark Side and Darker Side [note 1]. Cappy's younger sister.
She is kidnapped by Bowser and forced to serve as Peach's headdress for their wedding. She develops a bond with Peach while they are captured, and they decide to travel the world together during the postgame.
Ghost-like hat creatures similar to tsukumogami. They reside in Bonneton. Bonneters are shapeshifters and will disguise themselves as other people's hats in order to go sightseeing.
Their home was ransacked by Bowser and the Broodals as they kidnapped Tiara. Cap Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side [note 2]. Skittish amphibians native to the Cap Kingdom.
They are the first Capturable entity encountered in the game. Cap Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side. Uncle amiibo. A squat tracked robot. He can provide Power Moon locations or special costumes when the player scans an amiibo.
A talking parrot. It provides hints about the locations of Power Moons, but only up to three at a time. Small Birds.
Harmless little animals found within almost every kingdom. They will fly away if approached, but one may choose to roost on Mario's nose if he falls asleep.
Each kingdom has a uniquely designed species of bird based on the kingdom's environment. For example, scarlet macaw -like birds live in the Cascade Kingdom , while blue jay -like ones live in the Wooded Kingdom.
Butterflies live on the islands of the Lost Kingdom in place of birds. All kingdoms except the Lost Kingdom.
Small Animals . Tiny little creatures found in most kingdoms. Similar to the small birds, these animals are harmless and will run away from Mario if he gets too close.
Chasing down or throwing Cappy at one may produce a Yellow Coin. There are four different varieties: crabs, squirrels, rats, and geckoes.
Sand Kingdom Lake Kingdom Wooded Kingdom Metro Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom. Cheerful, music-loving people that look like candy calaveras.
They reside in Tostarena Town , a tourist community. Some individuals host the Slots minigame. The Tostarenans suffer from unnaturally frigid temperatures caused by Bowser and the Broodals when first encountered.
They are related to the Chincho enemies that roam the desert at night. Cascade Kingdom [note 3] Sand Kingdom Metro Kingdom Luncheon Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom Darker Side [note 2].
Sombrero-wearing sheep that can be knocked around using Cappy. They appear in various Power Moon challenges, usually requiring Mario to corral them into an enclosure.
Sand Kingdom Wooded Kingdom [note 4] Mushroom Kingdom. Stone beings that resemble moai statues. They have inhabited Tostarena since ancient times.
Moe-Eyes do not speak and are timid by nature: they will start to flee if approached. Capturing one would allow Mario to see invisible footpaths and platforms in the surrounding area.
Sand Kingdom Moon Kingdom. A large, stone statue that looks like the Great Sphinx of Giza. It hosts quizzes: if its questions are answered correctly, it will grant access to a hidden room that contains a Power Moon.
It typically speaks in a dignified tone, but it will snobbishly mock the player if its questions are answered incorrectly. Cascade Kingdom [note 4] Sand Kingdom Wooded Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side.
A sphinx-like creature that runs a transportation business in the Sand Kingdom. Once summoned at a Jaxi Stand , Mario can ride him across the desert dunes and even over poisonous ponds.
Jaxi is very fast and nearly indestructible, but is very difficult to turn or stop. A bespectacled creature that resembles a draco lizard. He is a world-traveler who seeks great heights to glide from.
If Captured, Mario can use Glydon to glide and dive across long distances. Sand Kingdom Wooded Kingdom Lost Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Darker Side.
Koopas Trace-Walking. Koopa Troopas that host the Trace-Walking minigame. They reward Mario with a Power Moon if he successfully follows the route they layout.
Sand Kingdom Snow Kingdom Moon Kingdom. Koopas Freerunning. A quartet of Koopa Troopas called the Roving Racers. They host the Freerunning minigame.
If spoken to, the Koopas will challenge Mario to a race. If victorious, he will be awarded with a Power Moon. In the postgame, the purple Koopa is replaced with a much more challenging gold one.
All kingdoms except Dark Side and Darker Side. Cloud-riding Koopas that have a penchant for fishing. If Captured, Mario can fish for Cheep Cheeps and other creatures in bodies of water.
Sand Kingdom Lake Kingdom Snow Kingdom Bowser's Kingdom. Female Goombas that wear mushroom hats. They flee and disappear if Mario comes near, but will be affectionate if approached as a Captured Goomba.
Doing so will award the player with a Power Moon. Sand Kingdom Lake Kingdom Wooded Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Luncheon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom.
Aquatic, level-headed people that resemble mermaids. They are world-renowned fashion designers that live in Lake Lamode.
The Lochlady Dress , one of their national treasures , was stolen by Bowser for his wedding. A trio of beret -wearing Lochladies called the Style Sisters will give Mario a Power Moon if he wears specific costumes for them.
Lake Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side [note 2]. Gentle giants that resemble plesiosaurs. A blue, top hat-wearing individual appears in Lake Lamode, outside Peach's Castle, and on Darker Side.
Yellow and purple individuals appear in Bubblaine, where they host their own Crazy Cap shops. Lake Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom Darker Side.
Steam Gardeners. Yellow robots that look like watering cans. They live and maintain the plant life in the Steam Gardens.
There are gray-colored variants that can dispense seeds. Wooded Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side [note 2].
Top hat-wearing rabbits that can be chased by Mario. They run quickly, but can be slowed down and approached if hit by Cappy. Catching up to them awards the player with a Power Moon.
The rabbits that live on the moon do not run away from Mario. All kingdoms except the Lake Kingdom and Darker Side. New Donkers. Drably clothed, artistically realistic buisnesspeople.
They are the residences of New Donk City and are governed by Mayor Pauline. When first encountered, the New Donkers are burdened by Mechawiggler , who is draining the city's energy.
A pair of New Donkers host the Jump-Rope Challenge minigame and Captured individuals allow Mario to play the RC Car Challenge minigame.
Cascade Kingdom [note 3] Sand Kingdom Metro Kingdom Bowser's Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom Darker Side [note 2].
The mayor of New Donk City and the lead singer of a band. After the defeat of Mechawiggler, Mario has the option to help reform her band and put on a rooftop concert to celebrate the city's liberation from Bowser's minions.
An old friend of Mario's, she alludes to past trauma where she was abducted by an ape. She is the singer behind the the game's theme " Jump Up, Super Star!
Metro Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side. A five-person band of New Donkers. The members include: Pauline, a Bassist, a Guitarist, a Drummer, and a Trumpeter.
Mario can reunite the band members after Mechawiggler is defeated. They put on a concert during the New Donk City Festival. Metro Kingdom Darker Side.
Spherical, seal-like people that live in Shiveria Town. They have warm dispositions and enjoy baking. Bowser and the Broodals stole their famous Frost-Frosted Cake for the wedding.
Some Shiverians compete together as racers in the Bound Bowl Grand Prix. Snow Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side [note 2].
Shiverian Elder. The ruler of the Shiverians, and the only one among them who can bake the Frost-Frosted Cake. He hosts the Bound Bowl Grand Prix.
Small birds that live in the Snow Kingdom. Though similar to normal penguins, these ones will fly away if approached. Snail-like people found in Bubblaine.
They are known for their carefree nature. When first encountered, the Bubblainians are burdened by Mollusque-Lanceur , who is drinking all of their Sparkle Water.
If approached by an enemy, they will retract into their shells. Seaside Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side [note 2].
A bronze-colored Bubblainian. He hosts the Beach Volleyball minigame. A fedora -wearing Shibaken that will play fetch with Cappy and Mario. It only appears in the listed kingdoms after the regional boss is defeated.
Sand Kingdom Metro Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom The Odyssey. Colorful chefs that resemble dinner forks.
They live at the base of Mount Volbono. Volbonans are experts at cooking Stupendous Stew , which was stolen by Bowser and the Broodals for the wedding reception.
Captured Volbonans can be used to catapult Mario to great heights. Luncheon Kingdom Moon Kingdom Darker Side [note 2]. A caricatured dog-like creature that cameos in Hint Art.
It physically appears only in Bowser's Kingdom, swimming in a pond of poison. Mario's younger twin brother.
He was added to the game after its launch on February 21, as the host of the Balloon World minigame. Cap Kingdom Cascade Kingdom Sand Kingdom Lake Kingdom Wooded Kingdom Lost Kingdom Metro Kingdom Snow Kingdom Luncheon Kingdom Bowser's Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom.
Lost Kingdom Metro Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom Dark Side Darker Side [note 2]. Hint Toad. A knowledgeable member of the Toad Brigade.
He offers Mario hints on where to find Power Moons in exchange for 50 Yellow Coins by marking their locations on the brochure map.
He is always located in close proximity to Uncle amiibo and Talkatoo. Captain Toad. The captain of the Toad Brigade.
He is hidden away in most kingdoms and will award Mario a Power Moon if found. Cap Kingdom Cascade Kingdom Sand Kingdom Lake Kingdom Wooded Kingdom Lost Kingdom Metro Kingdom Seaside Kingdom Snow Kingdom Luncheon Kingdom Bowser's Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom Dark Side.
Toad Brigade. A six-member team of Toads on a quest to help find Princess Peach. In addition to Captain Toad, Hint Toad, and Toadette, there is a Green Toad who runs a Crazy Cap shop on Rocky Mountain Summit with yellow and purple individuals working as clerks.
They travel inside a ship called a Starshroom. Lost Kingdom Bowser's Kingdom Moon Kingdom Mushroom Kingdom Dark Side Darker Side. Archivist Toadette.
A member of the Toad Brigade who keeps records inside Princess Peach's Castle. She awards Mario Power Moons for completing various achievements and reaching certain milestones.
Mushroom Kingdom. An old friend of Mario's. He is a dinosaur-like creature with a long tongue. Capturing him allows Mario to utilize Yoshi's abilities, such as the Flutter Jump and the ability to eat enemies.
Mushroom Kingdom Dark Side Darker Side. A sprite of Princess Peach with the Cat Suit power-up from Super Mario 3D World. She can be found hidden on walls.
If Cappy is tossed at her, she will give Mario a Heart. A sprite of Mario with the Cat Suit power-up from Super Mario 3D World.
He will occasionally pop out of a disturbed patches of grass or shrubbery. He awards Mario with Yellow Coins when found. A sprite of the spacefaring princess from Super Mario Galaxy.
When interacted with, she will give Mario ten Yellow Coins. Dark Side Darker Side. An airborne alien that circulates above the surface of the Moon. It attacks by shooting spiked seashell-like missiles at Mario, which will explode on contact with him or an object.
Astro-Lanceurs can be knocked down with a Ground Pound. Big Poison Piranha Plant. A Poison Piranha Plant with increased proportions.
It attacks by spitting large poison balls at Mario, which lead to the creation of broad poison puddles on the ground.
Although harmful to step on, these puddles can be cleared away using Cappy. In order to defeat a Big Poison Piranha Plant, one has to hit it with Cappy to make the enemy unconscious, then jump-attack its lowered head.
Wooded Kingdom , Metro Kingdom , Dark Side. A big solid monster resembling an animate pillar. Hiding under the ground, it chases and eventually darts out at Mario in an attempt to attack him.
Mario can be carried high above the ground as the Bitefrost is rising, but it will soon attempt to chomp Mario with its mandibles.
Snow Kingdom , Luncheon Kingdom. A tiny creature covered in bristles. Burrbos naturally dwell under the ground, waiting for Mario's approach to attack him.
They come in different colors but nevertheless attack the same by repeatedly lunging towards Mario. They can be simply defeated with a Cap Throw.
Cascade Kingdom , Metro Kingdom , Seaside Kingdom , Bowser's Kingdom , Mushroom Kingdom , Dark Side , Darker Side.
An ancient, mummified Tostarenan that is often encountered in dark areas. Chinchos emerge from the ground in large numbers and begin pursuing Mario on sight.
If not attacked for a while, Chinchos retreat under the earth. A Cap Throw merely stuns Chinchos for a brief moment, but stomping on them or tussling them with Jaxi can destroy them.
Sand Kingdom , Wooded Kingdom , Seaside Kingdom , Ruined Kingdom , Mushroom Kingdom. A floating octopus enemy that inhabits a water ball, which it uses as a resource for its surging attack.
When captured, Gushens can be used to spray water streams horizontally or vertically, offering powerful boosts of speed.
Gushens are also capable of sending multiple water bursts in all directions, damaging surrounding enemies. Their water balls will decrease as more water is used, but they can be recharged by coming into contact with a body of water.
Sand Kingdom , Seaside Kingdom , Mushroom Kingdom. A thin and lanky kelp-like enemy that spawns from the seabed. Komboos are usually highly cohesive and can attack Mario in large groups, though they can be simply destroyed using Cappy.
Lake Kingdom , Seaside Kingdom. A tomato-looking enemy that attacks Mario by rolling towards him. If attacked, it will turn into a small puddle of steaming fluid, which has the properties of lava.
As a Lava Bubble , Mario can plunge into such puddles, which is helpful for traversing large stretches of ground. Luncheon Kingdom , Darker Side.
A form of life originating from the Moon, resembling a bar of spiked balls rotating around an axis. While in general fixed to one spot, some Moonsnakes can move on predetermined paths.
They are indestructible. Seaside Kingdom , Moon Kingdom , Dark Side , Darker Side. Poison Piranha Plant. A Piranha Plant that is able to shoot poison balls, which leave small injurious puddles on the ground.
These can be cleaned up with Cappy. Throwing Cappy at one Poison Piranha Plant stuffs the mouth of the enemy and blocks it from spitting poison balls for a short time, enabling Mario to simply kick it and destroy it.
Chucking a rock at the Poison Piranha Plant has a similar effect, but it also enables Mario to capture the enemy. While captured, it can be used to spit bubbles of poison in any desired direction.
Setzt vor der Schnixe eine Stampfattacke ein. Nachdem ihr den Mondquader in Hutland in Super Mario Odyssey aktiviert habt, erhaltet ihr folgende Monde zum Einsammeln.
Auch auf der Map ganz oben findet ihr die Locations aufgezeichnet. Folgt einfach der Nummerierung. Nachdem ihr den Mondquader aktivieret habt, schwebt über dem Zylinder neben der Brillenbrücke ein Mond.
Springt von der Krempe des Hutturmes in Richtung Westen auf die Manchmal-Brücke, um an den Mond zu gelangen.
Capert einen Para-Gumba, fliegt in den Nordosten des Nebelmeers und taucht an der auf eurer Karte markierten Stelle ab, um den Mond zu finden.
Klettert auf das Gittertor am Eingang des zentralen Platzes und schleudert euren Mützenfreund auf den goldenen Zylinder. Flattert als Para-Gumba zum nordöstlichen Zylinder im Nebelmeer und lasst Cappy an der Spitze kreiseln.
Geht zu der Tür von Mond Nr. Östlich davon verbirgt sich im Nebel eine weitere Stufe. Setzt an der funkelnden Stelle eine Stampfattacke ein.
Ein winziges Vögelchen zieht seine Runden um die Insel. Rammt es in Gestalt eines Para-Gumbas und es lässt einen Mond fallen. Nördlich der Odyssey sitzt auf dem Hügel ein grauer Hase, der vor Mario flieht.
Trefft ihn zuerst mit der Mütze, damit er sich leichter einfangen lässt. Schnappt euch einen Para-Gumba und fliegt zu dem Zylinder westlich des zentralen Platzes.
Sammelt den Notenschlüssel sowie die erscheinenden Noten ein. Gewinnt beim Koopa-Freerunning das Expertenrennen. Falls ihr Probleme damit habt, nutzt Marios Rollbewegung so oft wie möglich, um an Geschwindigkeit zu gewinnen.
Auf der westlichen Seite des zentralen Platzes ist eine eckige Röhre erschienen. Schlüpft hinein und rollt Mario den Abhang hinunter. Haltet euch an der ersten Weggabelung links, um Mond Nr.
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