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A location created to house and display various musical, combative, or sports events for spectators.
Boggly Woods is the location of the Great Tree in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door, and also the home of Madame Flurrie.
The home and hideout of Bowser and his family. It is the final stage of the typical Mario story arc. Bowser's Castle also appears as a race track in all Mario Kart games and as a baseball stadium in the Mario Baseball series.
A large building constructed of stone, used as a defensive structure. They usually date from the Middle Ages.
Deserts are typically depicted as hot arid places.
A port where seagoing vessels can take on or discharge cargo.
In Paper Mario, Dry Dry Ruins is the location of the second Star Spirit, Mamar, and home to Tutankoopa and his Chain Chomps. It is also featured in Mario Kart Wii as a Special Cup course.
Fahr Outpost is a cold, snowy area in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. Here is where there is the cannon that will shoot Mario and his allies to The Moon.
The main hub city in Super Paper Mario for the Wii.
A city in Super Paper Mario for the Wii. It is a mirror of Flipside.
Who knows what made this place deserted? Maybe a volcano, maybe a monster, maybe they all just packed up and left. Either way, this place is long forgotten, and in some cases, completely paved over.
A fighting arena where Mario and the crew fought against Rawk Hawk and Macho Grubba during the third chapter of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The arena is located in Glitzville.
This is an area in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door where Mario wrestles to the top rankings to face Rawk Hawk, the defending Glitz Pit Champion in the Glitz Pit arena.
An area, such as a prairie or meadow, of grass or grasslike vegetation. Common in fantasy RPGs.
Excessively large and luxurious houses, usually built on several thousand square feet.
This is where Mario lives when he's not out rescuing the princess.
A fertile tract in a desert.
A large stream of water emptying into a lake, ocean or another body of water.
Rogueport is a grimy, crime-filled town that serves as the starting point for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and eventually the hub world Mario is returned to after each level.
A network of underground tunnels designed for the disposal of waste.
A small house that is in disrepair or haphazardly built.
A ship is a nautical vessel that carries passengers or freight. Ships that are treated as actual locations as opposed to objects.
A large creature has swallowed you whole for some reason or another. Find a way out!
The Moon is Earth's only natural satellite and the fifth largest moon in the Solar System.
The Mushroom Kingdom is the fanciful world where many of Mario's adventures take place. The kingdom also hosts various sporting events like racing, tennis, and golf.
When trains aren't objects, they're usually locations. Famous train sequences include the subway ride in Final Fight, and the haunted train ride in Blood, which required you to sabotage the engine to get to the next level.
A terminal where passengers or cargo aboard trains are transferred.
These games often take place in submerged environments or have underwater swimming levels.
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