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             --- SUPER MARIO GALAXY 2 FAQ & WALKTHROUGH --- by JPNintendo
    
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    ==================================Version 0.40=================================
    
    		Version finished at August 7th, 2010.
    
    Feel free (I mean, PLEASE DO IT) to email FAQs and other questions, concerns,
    thanks, critics, comments, things I forgot, missed or just didn't talk about,
    and all you have to say about this Walkthrough to joaopedrolang@hotmail.com.
    Always you email me, write FAQ or JPNintendo or Super Mario Galaxy 2 or SMG 2
    in your email title, so I can filter the emails.
    
    I'm gonna answer the FAQs on the next version, in the FAQs section or in the
    Walkthrough itself.
    
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    			TABLE OF CONTENTS				 [CONT]
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    [1] Contact Info [CNTI]
    
    [2] About Me [ABME]
    
    [3] About the Game [ABGM]
    
    [4] About the Walkthrough [ABWT]
    
    [5] Version History [VHSY]
    
    [6] FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions [FAQ_]
    
    [7] Playing Modes [PYMD]
    
    [8] Controls and Moves [CTMV]
    	[8.1] Wii Remote Controls [WIIR]
    	[8.2] Nunchuk Controls [NCHK]
    	[8.3] Mario and Luigi Moves [MLMV]
    	[8.4] Yoshi Moves [YSMV]
    	[8.5] P2 / Co-Star Luma Moves [PTWO]
    	[8.6] Camera Moves [CMMV]
    
    [9] Power-Ups and Items [PWIT]
    	[9.1] Mario and Luigi Power-Ups [MPWR]
    	[9.2] Yoshi Power-Ups [YPWR]
    	[9.3] Items [ITEM] (It includes the Stars)
    
    [10] Friends and Foes [FDFO]
    	[10.1] Friends (Characters) [FRND]
    	[10.2] Foes (Enemies) [FOES]
    
    [11] Prankster Comets [PKCM]
    	[11.1] Speed Run Comets [SPDC]
    	[11.2] Romp Comets [RMPC]
    	[11.3] Cosmic Clone Comets [CCLC]
    	[11.4] Double Time Comets [DBTC]
    	[11.5] Daredevil Comets [DDVC]
    	[11.6] Purple Coin Comets
    
    [12] Cosmic Guide and Ghosts [CGGH]
    	[12.1] Cosmic Guide [CSCG]
    	[12.2] Ghosts [GHST]
    
    [13] Useful Toads [TOAD]
    	[13.1] Bank Toad [BANK]
    	[13.2] Mail Toad [MAIL]
    
    [14] The World Map [WDMP]
    	[14.1] World 1 [WRD1]
    	[14.2] World 2 [WRD2]
    	[14.3] World 3 [WRD3]
    	[14.4] World 4 [WRD4]
    	[14.5] World 5 [WRD5]
    	[14.6] World 6 [WRD6]	
    	[14.7] World S [WRDS]
    
    [15] The Story Begins [STRY]
    
    ----- Walkthrough: Super Mario Galaxy 2 ----- [WKTH]
    
    (The courses in one galaxy are always together, even if one of the Stars can
    just be caught afterwards.)
    
    # World 1 [WRD1]
    
    [16] Sky Station Galaxy [SKST]
    	[16.1] Peewee Piranha's Temper Trantum - Star #1 [PWPT]
    	[16.2] Storming the Sky Fleet - Star #2 [SKFL]
    	[16.3] Peewee Piranha Speed Run - [Comet] Star #34 [PWSP]
    
    [17] Welcome to Starship Mario [WSSM]
    
    [18] Yoshi Star Galaxy [YSHS]
    	[18.1] Saddle Up with Yoshi - Star #3 [SDUP]
    	[18.2] Spiny Control - Star #4 [SYCT]
    	[18.3] Spiny Rainbow Romp - [Comet] Star #30 [SYRR]
    
    [19] Flip-Swap Galaxy [FPSW]
    	[19.1] Think Before You Shake - Star #5 [THSK]
    
    [20] Spin-Dig Galaxy [SPDG]
    	[20.1] Digga-Leg's Planet - Star #6 [DGLP]
    	[20.2] Silver Stars Down Deep - Star #7 [SVDW]
    	[20.3] Digga-Leg Daredevil Run - [Comet] Star #32 [DGDV]
    
    [21] Rightside Down Galaxy [RSDW]
    	[21.1] The Great Crate Incinerator - [Hidden] Star #8 [GCTI]
    	[21.2] Breaking the Laws of Gravity - Star #9 [BLGY]
    
    [22] Fluffy Bluff Galaxy [FYBF]
    	[22.1] Every Planet Has Its Price - [Hidden] Star #10 [EPPC]
    	[22.2] Search for the Toad Brigade Captain - Star #11 [SCTD]
    	[22.3] The Chimp's Stomping Challenge - Star #16 [CPSC]
    
    [23] Bowser Jr.'s Fiery Flotilla [BJFY]
    	[23.1] Gobblegut's Aching Belly - [Grand] Star #12 [GBGT]
    
    # World 2 [WRD2]
    
    [24] Puzzle Plank Glaaxy [PZPK]
    	[24.1] Bugaboom's Back - [Hidden] Star #13 [BGBM]
    	[24.2] The Puzzling Picture Block - Star #14 [PCTB]
    	[24.3] Purple Coins Shadow Vault - [Comet] Star #33 [PCSW]
    
    [25] Boulder Bowl Galaxy [BDBW]
    	[25.1] Rock and Rollodillo - Star #15 [RKRL]
    
    [26] Hightall Falls Galaxy [HTFL]
    	[26.1] Silver Stars in Hightall Falls - [Hidden] Star #17 [SVHF]
    	[26.2] Hot-Stepping Dash Pepper - Star #18 [HSDP]
    
    [27] Honeybloom Galaxy [HYBM]
    	[27.1] The Secret Wall Jump - [Hidden] Star #19 [WLJP]
    	[27.2] Bumble Beginnings - Star #20 [BMBG]
    
    [28] Wild Glide Galaxy [WDGL]
    	[28.1] Fluzzard's First Flight - Star #21 [FZFF]
    
    [29] Cosmic Cove Galaxy [CMCV]
    	[29.1] Catch That Star Bunny - [Hidden] Star #22 [STBY]
    	[29.2] Twin Falls Hideaway - Star #23 [TWFS]
    	[29.3] Exploring the Cosmic Cavern - Star #24 [EXCN]
    
    [30] Bowser's Lava Lair [BWLL]
    	[30.1] Bowser's Big Lava Power Party - [Grand] Star #25 [BLPP]
    
    # World 3 [WRD3]
    
    [31] Tall Trunk Galaxy [TTNK]
    	[31.1] The Flotacious Blimp Fruit - Star #26 [BPFT]
    	[31.2] Tall Trunk's Big Slide - Star #27 [SLDE]
    
    [32] Cloudy Court Galaxy [CDCT]
    	[32.1] Silver Stars on the Purple Pond - [Hidden] Star #28 [PRPD]
    	[32.2] Head in the Clouds - Star #29 [HDCL]
    	[32.3] The Shadow Lining - [Comet] Star #31 [SWLN]
    
    [33] To Be Continued... [CNTD]
    
    [34] Acknowledgements [AKNW]
    
    [35] Copyright / Legal Stuff [CPYR]
    
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    			CONTACT INFO					 [CNTI]
    ____________________________________________________________________________[1]
    
    Email address: joaopedrolang@hotmail.com.
    
    Please email me, whatever you want: FAQs, questions, comments, suggests,
    critics, and every single thing you have to say about this Walkthrough.
    
    Any of these topics, email me with the word FAQ or JPNintendo or Super Mario
    Galaxy 2 or SMG 2 in the title, so I can filter my emails to answer FAQs more
    effectively.
    
    What I accept in emails:
    	- Suggestions
    	- Critics WITH suggestions to make it better
    	- Locations of items I've missed out
    	- Helpful tips to my readers
    	- FAQs about the game
    	- Questions about the walkthrough
    
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    			ABOUT ME					 [ABME]
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    Behind JPNintendo there's Joao Pedro Lang.
    
    Hi folks, that's just my first FAQ/walkthrough here in GameFAQs / Neoseeker /
    GamesRadar, and I did it 'cause I loved to play that game and wanted to play it
    more one time, paying attention to every detail I didn't in the first time, and
    there's no better way to do it but doing a walkthrough to Nintendo fans and all
    Super Mario Galaxy 2 lovers.
    
    Yep, I just love Mario and all the universe around it, and - before you ask me
    - I'm never tired of playing the game and MAKING A WALKTHROUGH, just because
    THAT GAME IS JUST AWESOME!
    
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    Don't worry about my English, if you're wondering if it's not my mother tongue:
    it isn't, and that's no problem - I think. I'm Brazilian, but I bet you can
    understand my English, anyway.
    
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    			ABOUT THE GAME 					 [ABGM]
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    Super Mario Galaxy 2 is one of the most entretaining games of Nintendo Wii, and
    a lot of fun, challenge and so much variety, of course, as always in Mario
    games. The graphics are very good, probably the best Wii has to offer (now see
    the Super Mario 64 game and worry about "how did I think those graphics were
    the ultimate thing?"), as well as the story and all the levels and courses,
    when everyone has its own, totally breathtaking visual and all the enemies and
    the star challenges. The battles with bosses (including Bowser ones) are new
    and nice, since that every single one brings to us new things and challenges.
    Our favorite Italian plumber has never got a challenge like this one.
    
    The makers of this game can be proud of it, proud of having thought of many
    kinds of levels, from the ice to the lava, from the tottaly unexpected to the
    nostalgic, old, fun ones, from the 2D to the 3D, making gravity get crazy when
    Mario - and Luigi, too - is in the gamestage.
    
    All in the game - the enemies, the power-ups the soundtrack, the visual, the
    bosses, the planets, and the challenging levels - is perfect for the fun that
    comes when a new Mario game is in the stores! And all of the 242-star
    challenges (I'll call it COURSES) are excellent, and keep us on the sofa - or
    anywhere else - seeing that wonderful game have place.
    
    That may be a sequel of that first Super Mario Galaxy game, but it's ultimate
    in everything it was supposed to be, it made everything everyone was worried
    and asking about, and that's why my review grade is 10 as well as IGN's and
    GameSPOT's. If you wonder if this game is the best Nintendo Wii has to offer,
    well, in my NintendoFanBoy-like opinion, yes. I mean, I haven't played any game
    else that was better than this one. And, seeing the game reviews from the game
    sites, I say so again - as this is one of the SEVEN games in history that got
    10/10 from GameSPOT official reviewers - of ALL TIME. Think now in every game
    you've already played. That's it.
    
    Reviews:
    
    US IGN: 10 out of 10
    UK IGN: 10 out of 10
    AU IGN: 9.7 out of 10
    GameSPOT: 10 out of 10
    Critic GameSPOT: 9.7 out of 10
    User GameSPOT: 9.1 out of 10
    GameCritics: 9.5 out of 10
    GamingExcellence: 9.8 out of 10
    DS-x2: 10 out of 10
    Gaming Age: A-
    Game Revolution: A-
    Cubed 3: 10 out of 10
    NZGamer: 9.4 out of 10
    PALGN: 9.5 out of 10
    Gameplanet: 10 out of 10
    Gamestyle: 10 out of 10
    
    You still think that game deserves less than 9.0 out of 10?
    
    Yeah, if you're still wondering if this game is better or not than its
    predecessor, well, I think that, with Yoshi's addition, more courses, stars,
    challenges, power-ups (of course!), and the new Checkpoint Flags, that give you
    the knowledge of "where" you'll be if you die, and all the new challenges,
    music (soundtrack), levels and bosses, I think it makes SMG 2 not just a
    sequel, but a new game that just mantains the same mechanics as its prequel.
    
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    			ABOUT THE WALKTHROUGH 		 		 [ABWT]
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    Here in this FAQ/Walkthrough, I just tried to give you all the tips and clues
    to go there and catch all that stars from all that challenges, as well as doing
    some entretaining side challenges. Well, you're going to see it, anyway, when
    you're playing the game and, more specificaly, reading the walkthrough. We'll
    always start from the beggining, so, when the gamepasses, you'll see how it -
    and the walkthrough - works.
    
    The abbreviations used in this FAQ/Walkthrough, like [ABBR] or [x], refer to
    their specific content. For example: [ABWT] refer to "[4] About the
    Walkthrough". You can use those abbreviations to find a content something
    you're reading refer at, or by easily find a galaxy or challenge, or content
    just by using the Localize button at your navigator (or CTRL+F). The [x]-
    numbered ones were made for a sistematic classification in order of the
    content. The fourth content in this guide is [ABWT], so [ABWT] is [4].
    
    The Walkthrough follows a logic way, you advance at it as soon as you get the
    Power Stars. I mean, except when a Comet Star or new challenge Star makes you
    come back to a galaxy you've already visit, when that new Star will be together
    with that galaxy's previous Stars. If that's the 32nd Star we're able to catch
    in the game, so it'll not necessarilly be in 32nd place. But, if you wanna
    search a specific galaxy, just do CTRL+F with that galaxy abbreviation, like
    [ABBR]. See all the abbreviations for the galaxies already in this Walkthrough
    at [0] Table of Contents [CONT].
    
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    Once you have a query or question, just come send your question to my email - 
    joaopedrolang@hotmail.com with the word FAQ or JPNintendo or Super Mario Galaxy
    2 or SMG 2 in your email title - and I'll answer it soon, on my next version of
    the FAQ/Walkthrough.
    
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    			VERSION HISTORY				         [VHSY]
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    [Version 0.10]: July 28th, 2010.
    
    The first version, I added the intro, the controls, moves, power-ups, items,
    and did a brief explanation about all the stuff you're going to see in the
    game. Added first 3 Stars too, as well as "Welcome to Starship Mario".
    
    [Version 0.20]: July 29th, 2010.
    
    The second version; I added the Friends and Foes content, and also the Useful
    Toads content, and the Stars #4 until #12. Correct some mistakes and added some
    new minor contents and explanations.
    
    (The first two versions weren't avaiable at www.neoseeker.com)
    
    [Version 0.30]: August 1st, 2010.
    
    I was a little delayed with this one; yep, that's why I came back to my old home
    after the weekends. But so I started the walkthrough again and added the Stars
    #13 to #24 and almost finished World 2. Also corrected some mistakes on the
    later Stars walkthrough, in the Friends and Foes content, Table of Contents and
    Controls and Moves. Added new foes to [FDFO] content, as well. Improved Controls
    and Moves section, as well as Power-Ups and Items content.
    
    [Version 0.31]: August 2nd, 2010.
    
    Minor adjustments and add-ons. I added Star #25 and the new list of game sites
    allowed to host this FAQ/Walkthrough - yep, I want many people reading this.
    
    [Version 0.40]: August 7th, 2010.
    
    After my long delay 'cause of the classes that are back, here I Stars #26 - #34,
    including some Comet Star, also the FAQ content and some improves on the
    Controls and Moves, Power-Ups and Items and Useful Toads sections. I also
    included a new website to my list of authorized sites. Corrected Useful Toads
    and Friends and Foes section numbers, as well as in the Table of Contents.
    
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    Future versions will be added to this Version History as they're added to
    GameFAQs site. We will consider a new version when I do new changes, like the
    adding of new Stars or contents to the FAQ/Walkthrough. Minor fixes, like
    fixing of grammar errors or changing of abbreviations WON'T be another version.
    If I made it another version the readers may think I added another course, and
    won't see any major change.
    
    As the GameFAQs recommends, major significant adds, like more than 5 Stars or
    two new contents in the FAQ, deserve a 0.10 adding in the version (like version
    0.10 to 0.20), and minor but significant adds, that deserve a new version just
    for their addition, like a new Star, FAQ question answered or something like
    that will make a 0.01 adding (like v. 0.10 to 0.11).
    
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    			FAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS		 [FAQ_]
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    Ok, this isn't just a content with FREQUENTLY Asked Questions, but with all the
    questions I was already asked about, even the ones from courses of the game I
    didn't put already on the walkthrough. Here they are:
    
    Q: I have made a stock of extra lives and saved the game. On the next day I went
    to play and they were all GONE! Why?
    
    A: Well, your stock of extra lives, don't matter if you saved the game or not,
    ALWAYS is restored, I mean, each time you restart the game you'll have just more
    4 lives. I'm sorry.
    
    Q: On World 3's Bowser Jr.'s Fearsome Fleet first course, Bowser Jr.'s Mighty
    Megahammer, I can't defeat the boss. I use the Bullet Bill to break the two
    blue glass orbs, but it keep throwing Bills through me and there are no more
    orbs to break! What to do?
    
    A: There are more orbs to break, you can be sure! That orb is BEHIND Megahammer!
    Use the Sling Star to go there, with Yoshi, and then eat-and-throw a Bullet Bill
    to the orb to break it. Do it one more time to procceed to the second part of
    the boss fight, when you'll have to break Bowser Jr.'s glassy cockpit twice,
    when Megahammer's head is down hitting the ground, twice to reveal the Grand
    Star.
    
    Thanks for the questions! Always you have a question, contact me! See [1]
    Contact Info [CNTI] for further information.
    
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    			PLAYING MODES					 [PYMD]
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    Single Mode: the Normal Mode, with you as Mario and Luigi - alone. You'll have
    to collect the Star Bits and coins, and defeat the enemies, yourself, so it can
    be more difficult - and less fun, since a friend is always fine.
    
    Multiplayer (Two-Player) Mode / Co-Star Mode: Since the last game, Super Mario
    Galaxy 2 team changed and fixed some details, that are increasing the way the
    Co-Star Mode goes. At first, the P2 just brought Star Bits through the P1 -
    Mario or Luigi and made Mario or Luigi spin. Now, it can pick Star Bits, and
    also pick coins and other useful items, shoot Star Bits and make the Co-Star
    Luma - yeah, a Luma - spin for itself.
    
    * Check out [8.5] P2 / Co-Star Luma Moves [PTWO] at [8] Controls and Moves
    [CTMV] for the controls and moves of the Co-Star Luma. *
    
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    			CONTROLS AND MOVES 				 [CTMV]
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    Wii Remote Controls: [WIIR]
    ==================== [8.1]
    
    A - 	Confirm (selections)
    	Continue (dialogue)
    	Jump
    	Flutter Jump while holding (Yoshi)
    	Swim underwater
    	Dizzy enemies (P2)
    
    B -	Throw Star Bits / Feed Hungry Lumas
    	Grab / Throw items (as Yoshi)
    
    Control
    D Pad -	Camera control
    
    -/+ -	Main Menu
    
    Home
    Button-	Access Home Menu (Return to the Wii Menu or reset the console)
    
    Laser
    Pointer
          -	Choose (selections)
    	Point upward to make Mario stay up on the rolling ball (specific
    		courses)
    	Point to the screen to control Fluzzard (specific courses)
    	Collect Star Bits / Aim Star Bits to throw them
    	Aim Yoshi's tongue (as Yoshi)
    
    More actions:
    	
    	Shake the Remote: spin
    	
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    Nunchuk Controls: [NCHK]
    ================= [8.2]
    
    Z - 	Crouch
    	Ground Pound (in midair)
    	Dive underwater
    	Stop shell you're riding in
    
    C -	Center Camera
    
    Control
    Stick - Navigate (as Starship Mario)
    	Walk as Mario or Yoshi
    
    ======================
    Mario and Luigi Moves: [MLMV]
    ====================== [8.3]
    
    Walk or Run: Control Stick on the Nunchuk. Tilt it wherever you wanna go.
    	* Luigi has way less traction them Mario, it is, he stops with
    	difficulty. So, in ice slippery grounds, try to make him stop! *
    
    Jump: hold down A. You can do it to reach higher levels or platforms, stomping
    some enemies, breaking Yoshi's Egg, grab poles/minor trees, and many other
    functions!
    
    	Two-Jump: quick jump to jump over heights. A + A as soon as you touch
    	the ground.
    
    	Triple Jump: long distance needed to jump at high levels. A + A + A.
    	Press the following A as soon as you touch the ground again.
    
    	Wall Jump: jump to scale walls. Multiple AA, as soon as you touch the
    	wall you wanna jump out.
    
    	Long Jump: jump to launch yourself at far distances. Run + (quickly)
    	Z + A.
    
    	Backwards Somersault: jump backwards at heights. Z + A while not
    	walking.
    
    	Super Backwards Somersault: while on a plank above some water, walk
    	until Mario or Luigi is looking down, then tilt the Nunchuk stick to the
    	other direction and perform a Backwards Somersault (Z + A). You'll dive
    	to the water with a cool double jump.
    
    	Ground Pound: after jumping, or while in midair, press Z to ground
    	pound, and so defeat some enemies or activate Ground Pound Switches.
    
    	Super Ground Pound: after jumping, spin and press Z to make a extra-
    	damaging and cool Super Ground Pound.
    
    	Side Jump: To jump straight over the other direction you're running to.
    	Run in a direction + quickly tilt Nunchuk Control Stick into the other
    	direction + A.
    
    	Spin Jump: Jump higher by spinning (see Spin): A + shake the Remote
    	while in midair. You can always combine any jump, not just a simple one,
    	with a spin, reaching higher or farther levels.
    
    	* Luigi jumps higher than Mario. *
    
    Spin: shake the remote. Spin serves for almost everything: dizzy enemies,
    defeat'em, break things, such as ice crystals, activate power-ups, such as
    Drill Mario, Fire Mario and Rock Mario, to throw shells, jump higher, attack,
    launch yourself from a Launch or Sling Star, getting out of the gravity of a
    Pull Star, skate where on an icy ground, just like everything!
    
    Throw Star Bits: you can, pressing B, throw (fire/shoot) Star Bits to feed
    Lumas or just stun enemies you throw the Star Bit to, making them confused for
    some time, enough for you to defeat them, once for all!
    
    Crouch: press Z to crouch, avoiding enemies and items thrown to you, such as
    hammers and boomerangs. You will walk a lot slower, and won't be able to jump
    in this mode, though. If you try jumping by pressing A, you're going to
    perform a Backwards Somersault (Z + A). To stop crouching, just release Z button
    on the Nunchuk. You can spin while crouching, for a cool attack. Near some
    enemies, this spin attack can cause extra damage.
    
    For Koopa Shell controls on ground or underwater, see "On water" section.
    
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    On water:
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    Swimming in the Surface: just tilt your Nunchuk Control Stick wherever you
    wanna go. To swim faster, press A constantly.
    
    Back to the Ground: when there's no shallow water, you can jump off the water
    to a safe ground by just pressing A or spinning.
    
    Dive: hold down Z to make you dive into the or just underwater.
    
    Swimming Underwater: to swim underwater, hold down A or press A repeatedly to
    swim faster.
    
    Grab a Shell: Mario or Luigi can grab a Koopa Shell (green, slower; or red,
    faster) by just going into it, or spinning next to it, underwater or on the
    ground.
    
    Swim as a Shell: while holding a Koopa Shell, you can swim way faster with it,
    and even faster if the shell is red, just automacticaly, so let it go while you
    control it in the Control Stick on Nunchuk, when it emits a bright light, while
    underwater, that can even defeat Boos. To make it stop, press Z. While on safe
    ground, you can't ride it, just hold it.
    
    Fire Shell: you can fire the Koopa Shell you're riding in, making a powerful
    destruction that may open cages or defeat enemies, underwater or on the ground.
    
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    Ice Skating:
    ------------
    
    Start skating: where on an freezed ground (icy, not snowy), you can spin to
    begin ice skating. With this you can go much faster than the normal way.
    
    Control skating: Tilt the control stick on Nunchuk to control your skating.
    
    Skating backwards: Press Z on the Nunchuk to start skating backwards. You can
    perform several mad Mario skills doing that, like jumping twice (Two-Jump) or
    three times (Triple Jump) in a row while skating, what you couldn't do while
    skating normally.
    
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    Rolling Ball:
    -------------
    
    How to control the ball: to get some balance in that unstable rolling ball,
    that appear in a few levels, what you should do is hold your Wii Remote
    vertically. To go forward, hold it a little forward, if you don't want to lose
    the control of the ball. You wanna go backwards? Do the same, but now hold it
    backwards. Sideways? Hold sideways. I mean, you must control the Remote as if
    it was the rolling ball. Thus you will get that star.
    
    * Beware of Bobombs! If they hit you, your ball is going to explode on the
    opposite direction, and you can (I mean, will) die doing this. So, avoid them!*
    
    Jump: hold down A to jump, somewhat stably.
    
    * Nunchuk: here you DON'T use Nunchuk, for nothing. Although, I recommend to
    hold it as you normally do, 'couse two hands on the Remote can be a little
    funky. 
    
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    Fluzzard Flight:
    ----------------
    
    How to control the Fluzzard: a Fluzzard is a purple, huge bird that can make
    you fly, with him, by the clouds. Well, if you can control it. If you hit
    something, you'll lose health, but if the hit was too strong you'll die, so
    control it up! Make your Remote the Fluzzard, like the Rolling Ball, but now,
    if you wanna fly normally, hold your Remote pointing at the screen. If you
    wanna go left, turn it left, a LITTLE left. Do the same with the right,
    downwards and upwards.
    
    * As there are some race challenges, where you must defeat the other birds in a
    race, you should point your Remote down to dive, and so keep diving so you can
    go faster than ever! Yeah, so, in that race challenges, you may dive whenever -
    and wherever - you can. But remember: diving makes you go downwards, so don't
    use it where the ground is near or point the Remote just A LITTLE down. *
    
    ============
    Yoshi Moves: [YSMV]
    ============ [8.4]
    
    [Getting Started:]
    
    How to break Yoshi's egg: Jump on the egg to break it. You can also spin near
    it or ground pound it.
    
    How to hop on Yoshi: Jump on Yoshi, spin near it or ground pount in his back,
    as you do to break his egg. Hope it doesn't hurt him...
    
    [After you hop on Yoshi:]
    
    Walk or Run: Control Stick on the Nunchuk. Tilt it wherever you wanna go.
    
    Jump: hold down A. So you can jump and stomp enemies, like many other uses.
    
    	Two-Jump: Hold down A twice in a row to make Yoshi go higher.
    
    	Flutter Jump: Press A constantly to make Yoshi float in midair. You can
    	do multiple Flutter Jumps, just by, when the breath necessary to the
    	initial Flutter Jump gets out, releasing and soon holding down A again
    	while not on the ground. Though, there's a tricky way to do multiple
    	Flutter Jumps without falling. That's the Infinite Flutter Jump
    	(following).
    
    	Infinite Flutter Jump [glitch]: that's a glitch kinda difficult to
    	perform. While performing the Flutter Jump, press Z when STILL PRESSING
    	A, quickly release A and Z, and quickly press A again to do another
    	Flutter Jump. Be careful not to press A while still pressing Z. A good
    	way to guarantee this is by strongly holding down A, and then Z and
    	releasing it quickly but not so	quickly that you're pressing Z + A, like
    	a Backward Somersault. Doing it requires a little practice, if you're
    	wondering, but it can be very useful in tough courses.
    
    	Side Jump: just like Mario and Luigi, Yoshi can perform a Side Jump to
    	jump over the other direction it's moving to. Just like Mario's one,
    	it's performing by: tilting the control stick on one direction, quickly
    	tilting it over the other direction and pressing quickly A when doing
    	this, to reach higher levels.
    
    Spin: shake the remote. Spin serves for almost everything it serves as Mario.
    Yoshi's Spin Attack is also stronger and cooler.
    
    Aim, Grab and Throw Items and Enemies: Yoshi can grab items like power-ups at
    long distances, eat or dizzy enemies, throw shells, eat berries, and many other
    things with his tongue. To aim at an item/enemy, select it by pointing the Wii
    Remote at it in the screen. Press B to eat or grab it and B again, when there's
    an arrow after your pointer at the screen (little star "P1"), to throw it and
    stomp other enemies or defeat bosses. You can throw things such as boomerangs,
    hammers thrown onto you, or Bullet Bills you ate, or maybe even shells from
    enemies you ate. * Multitarget: Yoshi's able to eat or grab until three items/
    enemies at once. Just pass quickly your pointer at the screen in those targets,
    and then press B. What a hunger, huh?! *
    
    Dismount Yoshi: the only way to dismount Yoshi, I mean, jumpin off that
    dinosaur, is by performing a Backward Somersault: Z + A. You'll dismount Yoshi
    automactically if you, as Yoshi, get hurt. In this case, Yoshi will run over
    and can even die by falling out. Be careful! If you catch a Cloud Mushroom and
    so turn into Cloud Mario/Luigi, you'll also dismount, 'cause Cloud Mario and
    Yoshi don't like each other anyway. When dismounting by any reason, you'll have
    a brief period of time to get back to Yoshi, unless he'll turn into his egg
    again and come back to his original nest. Fortunately, there are nests with
    Yoshi Eggs all over the Yoshi stages.
    
    Double Jump: You can also dismount Yoshi in midair, it is, during a (Infinite)
    Flutter Jump, by the same way. You'll perform a Backward Somersault, as well,
    but you're going to reach higher distances than you ever could performing a
    normal Flutter Jump; your jump will be somewhat uncontrollable, though.
    
    Crouch: with Yoshi, you can crouch just as you do as Mario/Luigi. Again, press
    Z on the Nunchuk to crouch, avoiding enemies and items thrown into you. You'll
    also going to walk slower and unable to jump without getting out your crouching
    position.
    
    ========================
    P2 / Co-Star Luma Moves: [PTWO]
    ======================== [8.5]
    
    Collecting / Throwing Star Bits: the 2nd player can also collect Star Bits by
    pointing his Wii Remote to the screen and throw them into the enemies or other
    fellows (like Hungry Lumas) by pressing B.
    
    Collecting other items: Co-Star Luma can also collect special items, such as
    coins and also air bubbles, coconuts/watermelons thrown into you, 1-Up
    Mushrooms, and other items, just by pressing A, then the Luma will bring it to
    the P1 player when you spin. Holding down A will make the Luma hold the item
    and releasing the button when Mario needs it.
    
    Making enemies dizzy: you can stun enemies, like Goombas, Koopas, Octoombas and
    the mostly other ones just by pointing the Wiimote at the screen, selecting the
    enemy and holding down A. They'll be freezed over for just a moment. Not just
    enemies, but also fireballs and other inanimate things can be freezed/stunned/
    stopped, like electric fences and Yoshi, then he doesn't run away when an enemy
    hits you and him. With Chain Chomps, for example, if you stop of of them, in a
    row, you can make one hit another and both to break.
    
    Taking Star Bits from Lumas and golden butterflies: with the P2, you can select
    (press A) a Luma or a group of golden butterflies that flies away randomly in
    the levels, and then spinning to get some Star Bits they've eaten.
    
    Spin Attack: Co-Star Luma can spin as well as his P1 fellow, I mean, she can
    defeat enemies and break ice crystals too, by just holding down A and shaking
    the Wii Remote.
    
    D-Pad: cool sounds come from P1's Wiimote.
    	UP: horn or dog sounds.
    	LEFT: game show disapproval sound.
    	RIGHT: game show approval sound.
    	DOWN: coin or 1-Up sounds on early Mario games.
    
    +, -, 1 and 2: those buttons make cool sounds on the P2's Wiimote.
    	-: game show disapproval sound.
    	+: game show approval sound.
    	1: strange sounds.
    	2: coin or 1-Up sounds on early Mario games.
    
    =============
    Camera Moves: [CMMV]
    ============= [8.6]
    
    While doing a Camera Move, see if it is allowed, in the Camera sign at the
    right of the screen. If it's not allowed, there will be some like a "(/)" sign.
    Allowed moves are shown highlighted, in blue.
    
    First-Person Camera: change camera to see first-person view, from Mario, Luigi
    or Yoshi. To get this first-person view, press UP on the Camera D-Pad (+) on
    your Wii Remote. While you're in this camera mode, you can't move, 'cause the
    control stick in Nunchuk is now used to change view side to side, upwards or
    downwards.
    
    Reset Camera as in First-Person View: when you're in first-person view and want
    to reset the camera to the normal mode, just press the down button in the
    Camera D-Pad (+) or A on the Wiimote.
    
    Turn Camera Left/Right: to turn the camera sideways, just press the
    corresponding button in the Wiimote.
    
    Center Camera: pressing C round button on the Nunchuk, the camera view will
    center behind Mario.
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			POWER-UPS AND ITEMS 				 [PWIT]
    ____________________________________________________________________________[9]
    
    =================================================================
    MARIO AND LUIGI POWER-UPS (in the order they appear in the game): [MPWR]
    ***************************************************************** [9.1]
    
    ====================
    1-Up Mushroom / 1-Up
    ====================
    
    Extra life.
    
    Losing this power-up: disappears once you die, obviously, and (all of the extra
    ones you've collected) every once you reload the game or are beaten by GAME
    OVER. I mean, when you do this, you'll have then just 4 lives.
    
    ============
    Rainbow Star
    ============
    
    Makes you invincible! Now you can just run around and kill as many enemies as
    you want, just by passing through them! You can even kill undefeatable enemies
    in other form, like Chain Chomps. You'll run faster, by some time, and then,
    when the Rainbow Star power is running out, you'll become slower. Yeah,
    unfairly this Star is usable just for some seconds. Your jumps will get higher
    too. Since you never get hurt using this, the only way to lose this star is
    when the time limit finishes (or if you die, exit the galaxy, or reload the
    game).
    
    Losing this power-up: after some seconds.
    
    
    * You'll lose all the following power-ups if you die, get out of the galaxy
    you're playing in, reload the game or are beaten by GAME OVER. So, this
    information will be omitted on the next power-ups. *
    
    =============
    Life Mushroom
    =============
    
    Increases your current life (known as hit points), from 3 to 6. If you get hit
    and your life meter goes down 4, however, you lose this mushroom power.
    
    ==========   ===========   ===========
    Spin Drill / Drill Mario / Drill Luigi
    ==========   ===========   ===========
    
    With this power-up you'll be able to drill around, when there's a dirt ground.
    Metal or lava/ice grounds doesn't accept digging over. You can use it mostly
    to dig until the other side of a planet, reaching high platforms you couldn't
    before - or if doing that was difficult.
    
    How to drill/dig: spin, by shaking your Remote.
    Losing this power-up: if you get hit or touch water.
    
    ============   ===========   ===========
    Cloud Flower / Cloud Mario / Cloud Luigi
    ============   ===========   ===========
    
    You can use this to create temporary cloud-like platforms, specifically three.
    With this you can also scale clouds anywhere. Since you have only 3 clouds to
    make appear, you should make they appear smartly, once you get height or after
    a long jump. You should also be kind of fast, since the clouds just mantain for
    5 seconds. How to know how many clouds you can make? See the little clouds that
    follow Cloud Mario/Luigi's cap. If there's 2 clouds following it, there are
    more 2 clouds you're able to create.
    
    How to create flowers: spin, by shaking your Remote.
    Losing this power-up: if you touch water, get hit or hop on Yoshi.
    
    ===========   ==========   ==========
    Fire Flower / Fire Mario / Fire Luigi
    ===========   ==========   ==========
    
    This power-up will allow you to defeat enemies, by launching a fire ball
    through them. You can use it to destroy boxes or other things that may be
    blocking your path.
    
    How to shoot fire balls: spin, by shaking your Remote.
    Losing this power-up: you're gonna lose this upgrade after some time, so be
    fast; if you get hit before this time runs out, you'll also lose your fire
    power.
    
    =============   ==========   ==========
    Rock Mushroom / Rock Mario / Rock Luigi
    =============   ==========   ==========
    
    With this mushroom you become a rock that can roll over, killing (bowling) the
    enemies on your path, breaking ice crystals (or other breakable things), or
    just make vertical platforms go horizontally, performing you a bridge, with a
    big bowl-punch, though. How to roll over: spin, by shaking your Remote. Then
    you will be able to control, with the Nunchuk pad, your moves around, with a
    little difficulty. You can roll within just 4 seconds (or touching a solid
    structure that you break or just make you stop), though. You'll lose rock power
    by getting hit by an enemy when not rolling over or touching water.
    
    How to roll around: spin, by shaking your Remote.
    How to control your rolling: tilt the Nunchuk control stick, then Rock Mario/
    Luigi goes rolling around, with a little difficulty.
    Stopping rolling around: after some seconds, or touching a solid structure that
    makes you stop.
    Losing this power-up: if you get hit by a foe or if you touch water.
    
    ============   =========   =========
    Bee Mushroom / Bee Mario / Bee Luigi
    ============   =========   =========
    
    It works exactly as in Super Mario Galaxy (1) game. But, if you haven't played
    (or if you don't remember), here's the explanation on it all: with this
    mushroom power-up, you can fly over the worlds, reaching high platforms, flower
    platforms you couldn't before, or clouds in midair. How to fly: press down A or
    your Wii Remote. You will stop flying and going down if your flying meters
    reaches zero, so be careful. You can stop flying by stopping pressing A, but
    then you'll get down. You'll also lose your ability to fly if you get hit,
    touch water, hop on Yoshi, die, get out of that galaxy, or reload the game.
    
    How to fly around: hold down A to fly.
    Stopping flying: stop pressing A; you'll also stop flying when the Fly Meter /
    Gauge goes zero.
    Losing this power-up: if you get hit by a foe, touch water or hop on Yoshi.
    	
    ===============   ============   ============
    Spring Mushroom / Spring Mario / Spring Luigi
    ===============   ============   ============
    
    With this upgrade you can jump and bounce to reach really high platforms,
    levels or items, in a way you couldn't do neither with your highest jump. You
    will always be jumping around, so be careful 'couse your moves can make you
    jump to your end! How to bounce high: press A when you reach the ground after
    jumping around. You'll lose your spring-like body when you get hit, die, get
    out of the galaxy or reload that game.
    
    How to jump around: you'll automactically jump; to jump higher than ever, press
    and hold down A when touching the ground.
    Losing this power-up: if you get hit by an enemy.
    
    ============   =========   =========
    Boo Mushroom / Boo Mario / Boo Luigi
    ============   =========   =========
    
    As in Super Mario Galaxy (1) game, with this, you can float in midair, even get
    yourself go through the winds, float up to reach upper platforms, and get
    invisible, to get through obstacles.
    
    How to float around: you'll be always floating about; if you wanna reach upper
    platforms, hold down A to float higher.
    How to vanish: spin, by shaking your Remote.
    Losing this power-up: get hit, or lightened out.
    	
    ==============================================
    YOSHI POWER-UPS (also in chronological order): [YPWR]
    ********************************************** [9.2]
    
    ===========   ==========
    Dash Pepper / Dash Yoshi
    ===========   ==========
    
    A strong, red pepper that makes Yoshi run extremely fast, even to walk through
    vertical platforms and run over water. But be careful - the effect passes out
    through some time and Yoshi gets somewhat uncontrollable with this pepper. It
    needs some practice to control it out.
    
    How to dash around: tilt the Control Stick on the direction you wanna go; this
    Dash Yoshi is kind of difficult to control, so be careful.
    Losing this power-up: if you get hit by an enemy.
    
    ===========   ===========
    Blimp Fruit / Blimp Yoshi
    ===========   ===========
    
    That blue fruit transforms Yoshi into a balloon that will float high until his
    lungs can work.
    
    How to fly about: you'll fly automactically; just tilt the Control Stick on the
    direction you want to go.
    How to hold Yoshi's breath: press A.
    Losing this power-up: when the Fly Meter / Gauge reaches zero (way faster than
    the Bee Mario Fly Meter).
    
    ==========   ===========
    Bulb Berry / Light Yoshi
    ==========   ===========
    
    After eating that fruit, Yoshi starts to brighten out, I mean, emiting a
    yellow, bright light that reveals invisible platforms. Actually, it doesn't
    "reveal" them, because you CAN'T walk over them without Light Yoshi. It has
    time to pass off, so hurry up!
    
    How to lighten out: you're gonna lose the ability of bright out your path when
    the time runs out, so be careful or you'll fall out of a bottomless pit.
    Losing this power-up: you'll lose the light power after the brightening time
    runs out.
    
    
    ======
    ITEMS: [ITEM]
    ****** [9.3]
    
    **********
    *** Stars:
    **********
    
    ===========
    Launch Star
    ===========
    
    Big orange stars, made from Lumas, that can launch you into another planet or
    at a considerable distance, always with the help of gravity, just by spinning
    on it.
    
    ==========
    Sling Star
    ==========
    
    Like a Launch Star, but smaller; they also launch you at a smaller distance
    than the Launch Star does. To launch you, just spin in it.
    
    =========
    Pull Star
    =========
    
    Little, blue stars that pull you over them with their gravity power. To grab
    one of them, just point your Remote at the screen and select the one you wanna
    grab (pressing A). To get out of the Pull Stars to safe ground, just spin. You
    must be constantly holding down A, otherwise you'll be pulled out continuously
    until the Pull Star gravity is off. (Stop holding A can be useful, to be pulled
    out of the Pull Star's gravity until a Launch Star, much more useful, for
    example.)
    
    ==========
    Power Star
    ==========
    
    These are common Stars you collect in the galaxies. You need some of them to
    pass through obstacles on your World Map (see [14] World Map [WRDM] for further
    information), and 70 to be able to beat the game. Though, there are 108 of
    these Stars at all!
    
    -----------
    Hidden Star
    ===========
    
    These are normal Power Stars that don't have a course to themselves, they're
    actually hidden in previous ones. They'll show up with a ? on it, on a course
    you've finished up. As they are HIDDEN stars, there's no clue for them in the
    beggining of the courses! Mostly Hidden Star come from Hungry Lumas.
    
    ----------
    Grand Star
    ==========
    
    Another kind of Power Star that you get by defeating a boss at 	the final
    battle of the World you're in. Getting this Star will allow you to go into
    another world.
    
    ----------
    Comet Star
    ==========
    
    Just like normal Power Stars, except that those ones are special, I mean, a
    different challenge with a little more difficulty. See [11] Prankster Comets
    [PKCM] to know more about comets and Comet Stars.
    
    -----------
    Bronze Star
    ===========
    
    Kind of Power Stars you can get by using the Cosmic Guide, if you're in
    trouble. Of course, these ones are not as shiny as the other normal golden
    ones. They count as well as the others, but they are not as cool. You know what
    I mean? But, of course, you can always go back to the course to beat it,
    without the help of the Cosmic Guide. For further information about Cosmic
    Guide, see [12] Cosmic Guide and Ghosts [CGGH].
    
    ---------
    Grey Star
    =========
    
    That ones are Stars from previous courses you've already played and collected
    the normal Power Star (or Grand Star), or other kinds of stars (every kind but
    Launch Stars, Sling Stars, Pull Stars and Bronze Stars). They count nothing,
    they're just for fun.
    
    { SPOILER ALERT! }
    
    ============
    World S Star
    ============
    
    Well, these ones are as shiny, cool and golden as a normal Power Star, but
    they AREN'T, because, when you catch them, the game's beaten once, and they
    don't serve as POWER. You can look for them in the World S (Secret World),
    after you defeat Bowser in the final battle once.
    
    ==========
    Green Star
    ==========
    
    Those are not Power Stars, since the game is already beaten and they're not as
    shiny... or golden. After you have 120 Stars and beat the game once again, the
    Green Comets will come. That are hidden throughout the previous galaxies, some
    times VERY WELL hidden, and it's of course very funny and entretaining to look
    out for them. Despite of the fact they're not Power Stars, they count as them.
    
    ================
    Grandmaster Star
    ================
    
    These ones aren't Power Stars, since the game's already beaten; you can find
    this Grandmaster Star in Grandmaster Galaxy, just after you collect all Power
    Stars, World S Stars and Green Stars (240 Stars total). This one could be a
    World S Star, since Grandmaster Galaxy IS in World S, but these seem shinier
    than the other ones.
    
    { SPOILERS END HERE. }
    
    ===========
    Silver Star
    ===========
    
    Small silver-colored Star, part of a group of 5 hidden and/or scattered
    throughout some courses / planets. Catching all five guarantees a golden and
    shiny Power Star or other kind of normal Star! Catch'em if you can!
    
    
    *****************
    *** Comet Medals:
    *****************
    
    Once at a galaxy, in the first course, there's a Comet Medal hidden somewhere.
    Here in the Walkthrough, always there's a Comet Medal to collect, there'll be a
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################-like alert, so you won't miss it at all!
    
    Well, but why not to miss it? It may look like a side challenging quest, but
    it's useful - and how! With these comet medals, you can make PRANKSTER COMETS
    appear, and also new stars and courses!
    
    * See [11] Prankster Comets [PKCM] for further information about those comets. *
    
    
    **********
    *** Coins:
    **********
    	
    ===========
    Normal Coin
    ===========
    
    Little yellow round coins, they make you earn health, increasing your health
    power by 1 hit point. After collecting 100 coins, you'll earn a 1-Up after
    getting out of the course - NO LIFE FOR 50 COINS IN THE COURSE.
    
    ===========
    Purple Coin
    ===========
    
    Appear when the Purple Coin Prankster Comet is in orbit in a galaxy. They DON'T
    INCREASE YOUR HEALTH, and are collectable items. Collecting them, you earn a
    Comet Star! Pretty nice, huh?
    
    ======
    ? Coin
    ======
    
    Huge coins with a ? on it. Collecting these ones make something happen or
    appear, like Normal Coins, Star Bits, 1-Ups, Rainbow Notes platforms appear or
    move. There are even challenges with that coins, which consist in grabbing, at
    first, a ? Coin, revealing a lot of Normal Coins, grabbing them all, making
    other Normal Coins appear, and so on. How much coins can you collect?
    
    
    **************
    *** Star Bits:
    **************
    
    Little bits that constantly fall from the sky or are scattered through the
    levels. Collectable items that doesn't make 1-Ups appear, but can be used to
    feed Hungry Lumas, mantain at Bank Toad or make comets appear.
    
    
    *********************
    *** Checkpoint Flags:
    *********************
    
    Like the Midway Flags in every 2D Mario game, but those ones are not at midway
    point, but at important places strategically located. In the first Super Mario
    Galaxy there were checkpoints, but they weren't signed by flags. Now they are -
    but the checkpoint only activates after you pass through that flag, or just
    spin near it, or make Yoshi's tongue touch it. How are they? Well, you can
    easily recognize them: they're black Bowser-faced flags that become red with a
    "M" on it (if you hit it as Mario) or green with a "L" on it (as Luigi).
    
    
    *****************
    *** Chance Cubes:
    *****************
    
    Those ones, located at courses, side quests at warp pipes and in Starship
    Mario, depending on the side they get up after you spin into it, making it
    roll, can make 1-Ups (one or more at once a time), Coins, Star Bits, or even
    enemies (Bowser's face) appear in their place.
    
    
    *************
    *** Switches:
    *************
    
    ==============
    Normal Switch:
    ==============
    
    Pass over that switch to make something appear or happen. It's that one from
    the Starship Mario, for example.
    
    ===========
    Flipswitch:
    ===========
    
    Pass over that blue ? switch to make it yellow and !-like. When you've passed
    over every flipswitch, they will all turn green and reveal something, like a
    Launch Star, Power Star or something like this.
    
    ====================
    Spring Pad / Switch:
    ====================
    
    They are Switches that, like a Spring, launch you up as soon as you touch them.
    They have a two-feet mark on it.
    
    ====================
    Ground Pound Switch:
    ====================
    
    They are Ground-poundable switches, that make you go high, or just reveal coins
    or Star Bits. You know them 'couse they have the mark of a butt ground-pounding
    it. Yeah, that's a butt.
    
    
    ***********
    *** Blocks:
    ***********
    
    ========	
    ? Block:
    ========
    
    Special blocks that can reveal special prizes/things such as coins and Star
    Bits at once or by continuosly pressing it - I mean, jumping into it. You
    WON'T break them if you ground pound them.
    
    ---------------	
    Flying ? Block:
    ===============
    
    Kind of ? Block, but it has wings and flies over a minor space. Despite of the
    fact they're always flying, it's not difficult to break it.
    
    ========
    ! Block:
    ========
    
    They do the same of the ? Blocks.
    
    ============
    Brick Block:
    ============
    
    Breakable blocks. Break them by jumping over them. There are few appearances of
    those (the opening is one of them).
    
    ===========
    Used Block:
    ===========
    
    Unlike the already-used brown blocks on early Mario 2D games, these ones don't
    appear in place of a ? or ! Block, they just serve as a block to jump on to get
    extra height.
    
    ============
    Snake Block:
    ============
    
    Pink blocks that will constantly move up, front, sideway or backwards. Try to
    follow them! They commonly appear above lava or strange pruple ectoplasma
    grounds.
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			FRIENDS AND FOES 				 [FDFO]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[10]
    
    =====================
    FRIENDS (CHARACTERS): [FRND]
    ********************* [10.1]
    
    =====
    Mario [PLAYABLE]
    =====
    
    Our favorite plumber. The all-time pipe digger. The ethernal hero of Mushroom
    Kingdom. The disastrous italian. The mascot of Nintendo. "It's a-me, MARIO!"
    Since when he was just an adjuvant on Donkey Kong games, this hero has appeared
    in more than 50 games, passing through all the official Mario series (Mario
    Bros., Super Mario Bros. (1, 2, 3 and Lost Levels), Super Mario World, SM 64,
    SM Sunshine and the series Super Mario Galaxy (1 and 2). And also makes his
    appearance at other games and sagas, like Paper Mario series, and New Super
    Mario Bros. - DS and Wii, also Super Smash Bros., Mario Tennis, Mario Golf,
    Mario Football, and so on.
    
    Mario's always that Peach lover that, as she invites him for a cake party,
    has to go behind Bowser, that hijackes her before she could make even a slice
    o'cake. Always the same story, but also always the same fun!
    
    =====
    Luigi [PLAYABLE]
    =====
    
    Luigi, Mario's bro, younger but taller twin brother, and green Italian plumber.
    He's followed Mario since the Bros. series, until now, making his appearance
    almost wherever Mario goes. Here, he appears as a second possible player, and
    as the "lost bro".
    
    That's Luigi, all-time Mario bro!
    
    =====
    Yoshi [PLAYABLE WITH MARIO OR LUIGI]
    =====
    
    "We should team up! Come on! Hop on my back!" Mario's friend and hopping
    dinosaur, this little fellow transforms Mario in a killing machine since Super
    Mario World and SMW: Yoshi's Island. Then, he had disappeared from the main
    Mario series, until now, when he stays as Mario's ultimate fellow.
    
    ==============
    Princess Peach
    ==============
    
    Since Super Mario Bros., the story's the same: Mario loves Peach; Peach, I
    mean, Princess Peach Toadstool, princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, loves Mario,
    and wants to bake him a slice of cake, when Bowser appears and hijackes her.
    Of course, Peach is the ultimate prize of Mario trip around the galaxies,
    worlds, or anything else in Mario games. So, he's why you're collecting all
    those Stars - and for fun, too, of course!
    
    ======
    Bowser
    ======
    
    The King Koopa. The ultimate Mario antagonist. The stomping demon guy. The
    hijacker of Peach. From Kuppa to Bowser, that guy has always hijacked the
    Princess when Mario's out and sent his sons (including his ultimate one, Bowser
    Jr.) and also himself to catch, defeat, kill and stomp Mario - whatever you (or
    he) want.
    
    Always stealing things, scattering Stars and hijacking Peach, that guy's just
    the ultimate antagonist and as always, the final warrior on the final battle of
    Mario games.
    
    ==========
    Bowser Jr.
    ==========
    
    As Bowser's youngest son, that little guy always wanted to fight Mario himself
    - and now he can, with the help of several machines and also dragons. This
    secondary antagonist of Mario and Luigi, and also all the Mushroom Kingdom,
    seems to be the half way to Bowser battle, like Bowser's trying to do first
    with that one, then with himself.
    
    =====
    Lumas
    =====
    
    Those star-shaped creatures are just colored fellows that help you out, and
    help themselves as they make reality the dream of becoming a Launch Star, a
    Power Star, and also a planet or galaxy. There are several transforming Lumas,
    like the common ones, that can transform into Launch Stars, and the Hungry
    ones, that become planets or even galaxies. They are always around their
    "mama", Rosalina, having her home at her observatory and also on Starship
    Mario, in many colors.
    
    -----
    Lubba
    =====
    
    Lumas head honcho, that purple Luma fellow built Starship Mario and then is
    taking care of the Starship with his Luma guys as well. It's known as a
    awful wisecracking Luma, that tell horrible jokes. It also gives pieces of
    advice to Mario when he (and you) is playing the game.
    	
    -----------
    Hungry Luma
    ===========
    
    A Hungry Luma is a kind of Luma that wants more and more Star Bits or Coins,
    and may transform into galaxies (if you call them to your faceship) or into
    planets (if you feed them at galaxies and courses). They also commonly want
    more coins or Star Bits than you actually have, making you crazy for getting
    and collecting them out.
    
    -------------------
    Lumalee / Shop Luma
    ===================
    
    "Lumalee! Lumabop! Welcome to the Luma Shop!" A shop owner, that Lumalee, also
    refered to as Shop Luma, is a happy Luma that sells useful things in its shop,
    I mean power-ups (choice between 1-Up and Life Mushrooms), just before a boss
    battle, when it's usual to get very hurt. The price is 30 Star Bits.
    
    =====
    Toads
    =====
    
    The ethernal Mushroom retainers, those little mushroom-like fellows, in many
    colors, are the subjects of Mushroom Kingdom and always serve Princess Peach.
    But now, Bowser's kidnapped her, and all they need - and have - to do is
    helping Mario on his path to save his beloved princess. On their Starshroom,
    they travel through the galaxies to save Mario. There's always the Captain
    (red), the sleepy (yellow) and the other Toads (green, blue and pink ones)
    in the Toad Brigade, that swore to be with Mario throughout his adventure.
    
    ===============
    FOES (ENEMIES): [FOES]
    *************** [10.2]
    
    (In alphabetical order. Just roll down to the foe you're searching about.)
    
    =====
    Amps:
    =====
    
    Those electric, little chomp-like foes are just the ultimate kind of enemy!
    Fortunately, they're small.
    
    How to defeat: they're invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    ==============
    Astro Goombas:
    ==============
    
    Those Goomba astronauts, with a astro-helmet, can make you dizzy and crazy!
    
    How to defeat: spin into them and jump on their legs.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you walk through them.
    
    ============
    Atomic Boos: see "Big Boos"
    ============
    
    =============
    Banzai Bills:
    =============
    
    Huge, state-of-the-art Bullet Bills!
    
    How to defeat: invincible, expect you have a Rainbow Star.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally.
    
    =========
    Big Boos:
    =========
    
    Huge and bright Boos that follow you and hide their head when you're looking at
    them!
    
    How to defeat: invincible, except for exposure to light.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    =========
    Bloopers:
    =========
    
    Kinds of water octopus that follow you and release an dark ink.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    =========
    Bob-ombs:
    =========
    
    Bomb guys that follow you and blast, breaking glass cages, as well.
    
    How to defeat: wait it blasts off, or run over it when over a Rolling Ball. In
    this last case, you'll blast off, maybe down a bottomless pit, if you're not as
    fast as you can.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you're blasted off.
    
    ==================
    Bolt Sentry Beams:
    ==================
    
    Laser spitting bolt-head yellow Sentry Beams.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally or if their lasers
    touch you.
    
    ==========
    Bomb Boos:
    ==========
    
    Dark grey Boos that follow you, and you can use as a bomb.
    
    How to defeat: spin near it and continue spinning until it reaches something.
    Or, wait until it blasts off outta you.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you're blasted off.
    
    ================
    Boomerang Bros.:
    ================
    
    Brothers that throw boomerangs into you. Yoshi can eat the boomerang and also
    throw it again. You can avoid them by crouching.
    
    How to defeat: use Yoshi's tongue to stun them or to shoot their own boomerangs
    into them; without your dinosaur fellow, you can defeat them by jumping on them
    or spinning next to them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you're hit with their boomerang or touch them
    normally.
    
    =====
    Boos:
    =====
    
    "Ghosts...don't...DIE! Har har har har!" Yep, those Boos are really difficult
    to kill. If you look at them, some of them will hide their faces.
    
    How to defeat: lighten them out.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    =========
    Boulders:
    =========
    
    Those huge rocks with a red crystal on it serve as obstacles and can run over
    you easily.
    
    How to defeat: with a Rainbow Star or as Rock Mario.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    ==========
    Brrr Bits: see "Li'l Brrrs"
    ==========
    
    =============
    Bullet Bills:
    =============
    
    Normal-sized Bills with eyes and arms on it. It may follow you or not. But it
    can always blast off at you.
    
    How to defeat: with a Rainbow Star.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they blast off at you.
    
    ==========
    Burn Bits:
    ==========
    
    Those little fiery bits fly through you and will try to burn you.
    
    How to defeat: spin near them and don't let them regenerate if they go to lava.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they burn you. You'll also run over, so be
    careful.
    
    =============
    Cheep-Cheeps:
    =============
    
    Those red fish with wings, big mouths, and a cute yellow hair will try to hit
    you.
    
    How to defeat: spinning at them, stomping them or eating them with Yoshi's
    tongue.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ===========
    Chomp Pups:
    ===========
    
    Those little Chomp Heads will roll over, and bark like a dog.
    
    How to defeat: using a Rainbow Star or making one hit another.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    =========
    Choppahs:
    =========
    
    Those green head-spiked flying foes fly on a vertical way and that's why it may
    be deadly.
    
    How to defeat: eat them with Yoshi's tongue.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    ===========
    Cluckbooms:
    ===========
    
    These foes are red flying chickens that lay eggs that blast off after a few
    seconds.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them, maybe firing a Star Bit at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if their eggs explode near you.
    
    ==============
    Cosmic Clones:
    ==============
    
    These foes will follow you, and just follow you, as fast as you, to everywhere
    you go. They're like shadows, 'cause they do exactly the same you did. They
    appear at certain points at some galaxies or in the whole course where there
    is a Cosmic Clone Comets in orbit. Some times there are Bill Boards warning you
    for the Clones.
    
    How to defeat: hit a Clone, but it'll not be good for you; or get out of the
    Cosmic Clones area, by a Launch Star or getting a Star, or even make it appear.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    =========
    Crabbers:
    =========
    
    Those tricky crabs, in two colors, red and blue, will try to always follow and
    face Mario, the more the blue one. They leave back a 1-Up Mushroom when
    defeated - yep, defeating them is difficult, but you receive a 1-Up back!
    
    How to defeat: spin on their back; to do that, as they'll try to be always
    facing you, jump or spin on their front to make then defend themselves. Then
    manage to their back and spin at it.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    =======
    Diggas:
    =======
    
    Those digging yellow foes, that appear at the Drill courses and are also thrown
    by Digga-Leg boss, can be easily destroyed, but can deadly kill if they dig at
    you.
    
    How to defeat: jump on them or Spin Drill dig into it.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you or dig into you.
    
    ==========
    Dry Bones:
    ==========
    
    Those Koopa full-of-bones will regenerate every time you spin at it or stomp
    it, so that's not a good idea. How to defeat them?
    
    How to defeat: use a Rainbow Star or lead them to quicksand.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ===============
    Electro-Chomps: see "Amps"
    ===============
    
    ==============
    Electrogoombas: see "Octoombas"
    ==============
    
    ================
    Elite Octoombas:
    ================
    
    Those kinds of green Octoombas attack just like the blue ones, but they throw
    two rocks from their stomach quickly succeeding, instead of just one. 
    
    How to defeat: spin at them or stomp them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you or if the rock they throw hit
    you.
    
    =========
    Firebars:
    =========
    
    A fire spine that spins over. It can burn you!
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them. You're also gonna run away, so
    be careful.
    
    ==============
    Fire Shooters:
    ==============
    
    FLUDD-like fire shooters. Watch out or they'll burn ya!
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch the fire they throw off (get
    burned). You're also gonna run away, so be careful.
    
    =========
    Fizzlits:
    =========
    
    An electric tooth-shaped foe, that can turn into an electric puddle while not
    in his purple tooth-like form.
    
    How to defeat: spinning or stomping them while in the purple form, or even
    eating them with Yoshi.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you get shocked - touch their electric bright
    yellow round form, or eating them with Yoshi's tongue on that form (his tongue
    conducts electricity).
    
    ==========
    Flaptacks:
    ==========
    
    Blue-and-yellow round, angry and spiny birds. Watch out for the spine!
    
    How to defeat: when they follow you and throw the spine down, trying to hit
    you, they'll expose their soft yellow-colored underbelly. Just touch them to
    defeat them, once for all!
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them while flying or get hit by the
    spine.
    
    =======
    Flimps:
    =======
    
    Flipping square platforms with a face and spines all over their sides. They
    flip out, and, if you are above them, they'll throw you to lava or a Black Hole
    with that flip.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: depending where you fall down when they spin.
    
    =========
    Flipbugs:
    =========
    
    Brown bugs that will fly onto you or run away, depending what's your form. If
    you're like Bee Mario or Luigi, they'll follow ya. If not, they'll escape from
    you.
    
    How to defeat: spinning or stomping it.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch you as Bee Mario or Bee Luigi.
    
    ========
    Fuzzies:
    ========
    
    Small square black huge-eyed enemies that grab poles and maybe other things up
    and down.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them.
    
    ========================
    Gargantua Koopa Troopas:
    ========================
    
    Oversized Koopa Troopas. If you continuously jump on their shell, you'll start
    to earn 1-Ups each time you do that. That's the Infinite 1-Ups secret.
    
    How to defeat: using a Spin Drill and digging at it.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, a part of them, not the shell, touch you.
    
    ==============
    Giant Goombas: see "Grand Goombas"
    ==============
    
    ==============
    Golden Chomps:
    ==============
    
    Kind of Incoming Chomp, that golden-colored Chomps will lead you to a Star
    (they have it inside them).
    
    How to defeat: with a Rainbow Star or breaking them (lead them to a wall or to
    each other).
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them while not invincible.
    
    ========
    Goombas:
    ========
    
    Those all-time small brown and angry foes will always waiting Mario to defeat
    it - but I bet they can't. There's also another kind of Goomba than the classic
    one, light-brown and a little smaller, that has another way to defeat, as well.
    
    How to defeat: with a spin and running over them, or just stomping them (Goomba
    stomping is one of the best sports all-time!). On the smaller and light-brown
    Goombas, you just have to stomp them or spinning at them, without running over
    them - they're weaker.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ==============
    Grand Goombas:
    ==============
    
    Those huge Goombas will try to stomp you before you stomp them.
    
    How to defeat: like a Little Goomba, with a kind of oversize; I mean, defeat it
    with a spin and running over them, but you can also stomp them, and that one's
    cooler, of course.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ==================
    Grand Paragoombas:
    ==================
    
    Those huge Paragoombas (flying Goombas) will fly around, protecting themselves
    from stomping.
    
    How to defeat: spin near them and run at then when they're stunned; you can
    also jump (high jump) at them and stomp them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ==========
    Gringills:
    ==========
    
    Eel-like orange foes, with large eyes and teeth.
    
    How to defeat: throw a Koopa Shell on them while underwater.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ========
    Gummits:
    ========
    
    Those green, golden or purple-and-yellow foes that appear from holes in the
    ground may give you points as you defeat them.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them or ice skate and hit them. [Spiky Gummits are
    invincible.]
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally. [1 hit point at a
    time, if you touch the spiky ones.]
    
    =============
    Hammer Bros.:
    =============
    
    Those guys will try to throw hammers at you. Watch out! You can eat, with
    Yoshi's tongue, the hammer, and throw it back. You can easily crouch for not to
    get hurt with the hammers, too.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them or stun them with Yoshi's tongue and so stomp them.
    You can also grab the hammer with Yoshi's tongue and throw it back to them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you or hit you with the hammers
    they throw out.
    
    ================
    Incoming Chomps:
    ================
    
    Huge Chomp heads, usually black, that roll around; they're chainless, I mean,
    free.
    
    How to defeat: use a Rainbow Star; make them hit each other; or hit then into a
    wall or another obstacle.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you. They'll possibly throw you
    into your death (I mean, Black Hole) if you get hit from them.
    
    ===============
    Jack O'Goombas:
    ===============
    
    Those Halloween-like Goombas, hidden inside a jack o'lantern, can make serious
    damage.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them to release the Goomba. Then, stomp them or spin at
    them and then run over them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ==========
    Jellyfish:
    ==========
    
    Jellyfish-like foes that go moving up and down at some water courses.
    
    How to defeat: throw a Koopa Shell at them or spin at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally.
    
    ==========
    Kleptoads:
    ==========
    
    Frog-shaped blue creatures that jump, dig onto the ground and steal things,
    like some items and Star Bits. If they dig, they'll appear at a random spot
    with the item, for example. If one die, another will try to keep the treasure
    (item) with it.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them or eat them with Yoshi's tongue.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ==============
    Koopa Troopas:
    ==============
    
    Useful shelled foes that appear most on airship-like courses.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them, stomp them (causing them to retreat into their
    shell) or ground pound them (finishing them off).
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally.
    
    ========
    Lakitus:
    ========
    
    Those flying on-cloud glassed Koopas are enemies that throw Spinies onto you,
    hatched in their spiny shell while in the air and on the normal Spiny form
    while on land.
    
    How to defeat: throw a Spiny Shell eaten by Yoshi at them, grab them with
    Yoshi's tongue (stunning them) and so walk at them. They'll form another cloud
    below them in a few seconds, so be careful.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally or with a Spiny
    Shell thrown.
    
    ===========
    Li'l Brrrs:
    ===========
    
    Those little icy bits fly through you and will try to freeze you out.
    
    How to defeat: spin near them and don't let'em regenerate if they go to
    freezing, cold, icy water.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they freeze you.
    
    ===============
    Little Goombas: see "Goombas"
    ===============
    
    ===========
    Magikoopas:
    ===========
    
    Usually found on lava, boss or airship courses, those wizard Koopa with blue
    robs and a hat. They'll use their magic to make other foes appear or even
    fireballs.
    
    How to defeat: spin near them, stomp them or eat them with Yoshi's tongue.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you or if a foe they throw hit you.
    
    ===========
    Magmaarghs:
    ===========
    
    Those "melty monster" molten creatures are foes what appear from lava and will
    try to burn you and "eat" you. They appear from some spot in the lava and try
    to chomp everything in its front.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you. You'll also run away (you've
    been burned out), so watch out.
    
    ========
    Magmaws:
    ========
    
    Lava creatures, most like Magmaarghs, but those ones don't like much like
    monster and have smaller eyes. They seem more liquid too, since they can easily
    pass through asteroids or meteors just burning you if you're on them. They'll
    not try to chomp you, they'll just pass through the asteroid you're in and
    burn you.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you. You'll also run away (you've
    been burned out, fellow), then be careful and fast.
    
    ==========
    Mandibugs:
    ==========
    
    Tricky purple-and-yellow bugs that will try to bite you with their deathly
    mandibles.
    
    How to defeat: ground pound them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you with their porwerful jaws.
    
    =============
    Mattermouths:
    =============
    
    Dry Bones' skull-like foes that eat the floor out, revealing Black Holes or
    bottomless pits.
    
    How to defeat: invincible. Mario / Luigi can stop them and make them turn
    around if you stomp them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you. You'll die if you fall onto
    the Black Hole or bottomless pit.
    
    =============
    Mecha-Koopas:
    =============
    
    Frog-like steel Koopas that can throw fire into you.
    
    How to defeat: ground pound them. You can stun them by throwing a Star Bit at
    them or jumping (but not ground pound) on them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally or if they burn you
    out. You'll also run away in this last case, so CAREFUL.
    
    ==============
    Mega Wigglers:
    ==============
    
    Those happy yellow Wigglers or angry red ones are oversized Wigglers that will
    try to run over you.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally. If you jump atop of
    the yellow ones, nothing happens - they don't even get angry. But, if you jump
    atop of the red angry ones, you'll lose 1 hit point at a time.
    
    =============
    Micro-Topmen:
    =============
    
    Smallest Topman yet, this yellow whitting-top guy will try to spin at you,
    making you stunned for a little time.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them or throw a Star Bit at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 hit point, if they lead you to a electric barrier; you die if
    led to a bottomless pit.
    
    ============
    Mini-Topmen: see "Micro-Topmen"
    ============
    
    ====================
    Mobile Sentry Beams:
    ====================
    
    Grey machine-like mobile Sentry Beams that spit laser for you. Be fast enough!
    You can stun them if you blast out a Bob-Omb at them or if you throw a Star Bit
    at them.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally or if their lasers
    touch you.
    
    =================
    Nut Sentry Beams:
    =================
    
    Yellow Sentry Beams, that spit laser on you, with a nut atop them. You can stun
    them if you blast out a Bob-Omb at them or if you throw a Star Bit at them.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally or if their lasers
    touch you.
    
    =========
    Octoboos:
    =========
    
    Boo Octoombas, those white Boo guys with a blue hat-like head and a white tail
    will be encountered encircling some areas and maybe you.
    
    How to defeat: invincible. They can vanish if you spin near them or throw a
    Star Bit at them
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    =========
    Octoguys:
    =========
    
    Pink-and-yellow tricky Octoombas that throw many rocks on succession and run
    away, walking backwards.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them, spin at them or run over them as Rock Mario / Luigi.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ==========
    Octoombas:
    ==========
    
    Alien and usually blue-and-yellow Goombas (there are also subspecies that can
    appear in the colors: white-and-blue, pink, green and brown-and-grey) that
    appear in almost every galaxy existent. The normal blue-and-yellow ones with
    one lighty antenna over their heads throw one painful rock to attack Mario or
    Luigi.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them, spin at them or eat them with Yoshi's tongue.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally or if they hit you
    with a rock thrown.
    
    ==========
    Octopuses:
    ==========
    
    Brown-and-grey Octoombas with a blue lighty antenna on their heads, and larger
    and bigger than the normal ones, but also immobile. They can throw either
    coconuts / watermelons and fiery rocks (somewhat like fireballs) at you. 
    
    How to defeat: deflect (by spinning at) the coconut / watermelon they thrown
    onto you.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they hit you with a fiery rock or coconut
    that wasn't deflected back. In the first case, you'll run away, so watch out!
    
    ============
    Paragoombas:
    ============
    
    Flying Goombas that don't like to be stomped out.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them or spin near them and run at them. In the first case,
    they can die at once or turning into a Little (normal) Goomba that can be
    stomped again or defeat by spin-and-run.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally.
    
    =========
    Pinheads:
    =========
    
    Bowling pin eyed foes with a yellow antenna. They can hide in holes on the
    ground to escape from your attacks. Bowl them out of this world!
    
    How to defeat: Bowl them as Rock Mario / Luigi.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally.
    
    =====================
    Piranhacus Gigantici:
    =====================
    
    Extra-large Piranha Plants that appear on dirt ground over pipes.
    
    How to defeat: invincible; however, they can be stunned, just stopping the
    giant plant to get back to the pipe.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you. You're also gonna thrown out,
    maybe out of the stage, so be careful and walk just on the edges of the pipe
    when they're out of them.
    
    ===============
    Piranha Plants:
    ===============
    
    Biting green, red and white plants (sometimes purple or black in their
    subspecies), that appear in flower grounds and try to bite you out.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them, spin at them or eat-and-pull them with Yoshi's
    tongue. You can stun them by throwing a Star Bit at them. Once defeated, they
    can reveal Beanstalks (or Magic / Sproutle Vines) to reach upper areas.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they bite you or if you touch them normally.
    
    ==============
    Pokey Sprouts:
    ==============
    
    Pokey heads that pretend to be pink flower. Their heads show out if you
    approach the flower.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them or spin at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if if touch them normally.
    
    ==============
    Porcu-Puffers:
    ==============
    
    Porcupine pufferfish, those blue-and-yellow spiky Cheep-Cheeps that follow you
    over an water area.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    =======================
    Prickly Piranha Plants:
    =======================
    
    Purple, green and white with a spiky stalk. They'll try to stomp you...
    
    How to defeat: stomp them when their head has fallen down.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they stomp you, if you touch them normally or
    if they hit you with their yellow spikes.
    
    ====================
    Pumpkinhead Goombas: see "Jack O'Goombas"
    ====================
    
    ==========
    Pupdozers:
    ==========
    
    Reptile-like puppy-sized dark-and-light yellow spiky creatures that patrol a
    small area over flipping platforms.
    
    How to defeat: ground pound at a flipping platform on the other side they're
    in to reach their weakspot, their underbellies.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you or hit you normally.
    
    ============
    Pushy Walls:
    ============
    
    Fat Thowmp-like walls that move and will try to push you out of this world!
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: you die if pushed out of the stage, onto a bottomless pit or
    Black Hole.
    
    =======
    Rhomps:
    =======
    
    Rolling dark happy Thwomps that roll on sand and will try to roll over you.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: you die if stomped out by them.
    
    =============
    Scuttle Bugs:
    =============
    
    Striped black-and-brown or blue-and-purple spider bugs that jump high on a
    single spot or hang themselves from ceilings by a web.
    
    How to defeat: if they jump out, stomp them or spin at them. If they hang from
    the ceiling, spin at them and run over to them, or use Yoshi's tongue to stun
    them up and then run over to it or spin them into Yoshi.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally.
    
    =============
    Sentry Beams:
    =============
    
    Purple springy Beams that launch lasers circullarly. You can stun them if you
    blast out a Bob-Omb at them or if you throw a Star Bit at them.
    
    How to defeat: with the Rainbow Star.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally or if their lasers
    touch you.
    
    ==============
    Silver Chomps:
    ==============
    
    Silver Incoming Chomps with red pupils that home in on Mario or Luigi. They
    appear as some kind of final miniboss to get to the Star.
    
    How to defeat: using a Rainbow Star, push them to a cliff on a Star Rolling
    Ball or hitting them with a Stretch Plant.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you while you're not invincible.
    
    =========
    Skeeters:
    =========
    
    Purple water spider-like bugs that float on the water.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them or spin at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally.
    
    ================
    Skeleton Koopas: see "Dry Bones"
    ================
    
    =========
    Slurples:
    =========
    
    Very small blue huge-eyed leeches that will try to absorb your blood - and
    decrease your health. They'll be stucked into your cap or skin until you
    defeat them, so, be fast! They usually attack in packs, so watch out!
    
    How to defeat: spin while they're stuck at you or throw a Star Bit at them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, after some time of painful blood sucking.
    
    =========
    Smeeches:
    =========
    
    Little flying smeeching pink leeches with big dark pink lips that attach
    themselves to Yoshi's lips and stuck there. Yep, they'll try to kiss Yoshi.
    However, when Mario or Luigi isn't hopped on Yoshi's back, the Smeech will fly
    away.
    
    How to defeat: spin attack with Yoshi when the Smeech's stuck on his lips.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, after some time of painful smeeching.
    
    =========
    Snoodles:
    =========
    
    Maybe some regular plant... but they're Snoodles, a plant-like foe with some
    kind of moving thick green stem and blue-and-red head. They'll try to block
    your path or hit you with their bodies.
    
    How to defeat: throw a Koopa Green Shell at them or lighten then out with it.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you.
    
    ====================
    Spiked Sentry Beams:
    ====================
    
    Grey machine-like mobile Sentry Beams that spit laser for you. Be fast enough!
    You can stun them if you blast out a Bob-Omb at them or if you throw a Star Bit
    at them.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch their spikes or their lasers.
    
    ======================
    Spikey Piranha Plants:
    ======================
    
    Black-and-white spiky big Piranha Plants, these ones will try to stomp you or
    hitting you with their painful orange spikes.
    
    How to defeat: hit them with a Stretch Plant.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they hit you, stomp you or if you touch them.
    
    =============
    Spiky Plants:
    =============
    
    Flying, normal or huge size red-and-green plants with red-and-yellow spikes.
    
    How to defeat: since their spikes always hurt you, the only way to defeat them
    is by throwing at them a coconut / watermelon or eat-and-pulling them with
    Yoshi's tongue.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch their sharp spikes.
    
    =============
    Spiky Topmen:
    =============
    
    Whitting-top men from Topman Tribe, red-and-yellow white-spiked foes that will
    try to spin at you, throwing you outta this world. If it hits you, you'll be
    stunned off.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them, leading them to a bottomless pit or electric
    barrier.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they lead you to an electric barrier. You die
    if you fall into a bottomless pit, as usual.
    
    ========
    Spinies:
    ========
    
    Yellow walking guys with a red shell with white spikes. They can appear
    everywhere in some galaxies, as well as being thrown by Lakitus, still on their
    shell form.
    
    How to defeat: stun them with Yoshi's tongue, making them turn into their round
    shell form, and then eat this spiky shell, being able to throw (shoot) it into
    other enemies, to defeat or stun them, or things, like glass cages, to reveal
    items. You can also defeat them with a Rainbow Star.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you as in their normal or shell
    form, while not as Yoshi and not invincible.
    
    ==============
    Spiny Hermits:
    ==============
    
    Some kind of moving purple mollusks in cone-shaped white-and-orange spiky
    shells. They challenge the laws of gravity and are rare, appearing in some
    galaxies, on water or ghost-like courses.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you or you touch them.
    
    ==============
    Spring Topmen:
    ==============
    
    Green Topman Tribe whitting-top, that can make you spring to reach upper levels.
    Jump atop of them to activate the spring and fly to reach up.
    
    How to defeat: spin at them (a Micro-Topman will appear), leading them to a
    bottomless pit or electric barrier.
    Hit points lost: they don't actually hit you, but can spin at you to make you
    stunned, leading you to bottomless pits or electric barriers, just as Spiky
    Topmen.
    
    =========
    Starbags:
    =========
    
    Blue vanishing foes that appear on dirt or sand grounds leaving behind
    footprints, still while invisible. They can be revealed when you spin at the
    footprint final spot, where the vanished foe would be. They look like a sack,
    and are called Starbags just because, while defeated, they leave behind a huge
    amount of 20 Star Bits.
    
    How to defeat: spin at the vanished Starbag, making it visible and stunned out,
    and then spin at it or stomp it while uncounscious.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch them normally, while they're visible.
    
    ==============
    Super Thwomps:
    ==============
    
    Mega in wide and height, those oversized Thwomps can just stomp you down.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: you die if stomped by one of them.
    
    ============
    Swaphoppers:
    ============
    
    Blue-and-yellow guys with a spike on their head. When the gravity flips, the
    Swaphopper stay with a spike on their head, but now they're showing their soft,
    tan underbelly that can easily be stomped. They appear in gravity-bending
    courses or parts of courses.
    
    How to defeat: stomp them while showing their soft yellow underbelly.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they touch you normally.
    
    =========
    Swoopers:
    =========
    
    Lonely brown bat that will try to fly over your head, and hit you. If they do
    it, they'll laugh out. There's also some kind of Ice Swoopers, that can freeze
    Mario or Luigi for some time.
    
    How to defeat: jump on them. If it's the Ice Swooper, the only way to defeat it
    is using Fire Flower power (as Fire Mario / Luigi).
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they hit you or freeze you.
    
    ========
    Thwomps:
    ========
    
    Big grey two-faced angry rocks that go up and down trying to crush you out. You
    must be fast to pass below them before they go down again, screwing you up, or
    skilled enough to climb them and pass above them.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: you die if you're smashed by one of them.
    
    ==========
    Tox Boxes:
    ==========
    
    Thwomp-like angry-faced toothy rolling boxes that roll and turn down one side at
    a time. The only way to go safe from these fast tricky boxes is by hiding in
    their mouth... er... red hole in one of their six sides.
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: you die if you're crushed by one of them.
    
    =========
    Twirlips:
    =========
    
    White bud-shaped guys on a smiley face. Very cute, huh? However, they can
    become a deadly spinning pink-and-yellow flower.
    
    How to defeat: while in the bud-like form, jump on them or spin at them; while
    as the spinning flower, jump on their head (however, it can be pretty
    difficult).
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if it hits you as the spinnig flower.
    
    ===================
    Undergrunt Gunners:
    ===================
    
    Blue Monty Moles on Koopa Clown Cars that throw, inside a cockpit, Bullet Bills
    or cannonballs into Yoshi, Mario or Luigi.
    
    How to defeat: when hopped on Yoshi, eat a Bullet Bill or cannonball they shoot
    and shoot back at them; or ground-pound their cockpit.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if a Bullet Bill or cannonball hits you.
    
    ========
    Urchins:
    ========
    
    Purple, red and yellow spiky urchins that will try to roll into and over Mario
    or Luigi, hitting you with their spikes. They appear on the sea bottom, on land
    and on lava/fire courses, as red Urchins. They roll or swim around, and the
    land ones will try to hit Mario as rolling.
    
    How to defeat: in sea levels, with a Koopa Shell; in fire levels, by attracting
    them into you and so to the lava before it could go back and hit you. You can
    also use a Fire Flower to kill them.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch their red-to-yellow spikes.
    
    ===============
    Water Shooters:
    ===============
    
    FLUDD-like water fast blue bubble shooters. Watch out for the bubble, it can
    carry you outta the stage, but also lead you to before unreachable points. Spin
    or ground pound to scape the bubble - but be quick!
    
    How to defeat: invincible.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if you touch the fire they throw off (get
    burned). You're also gonna run away, so be careful.
    
    =========
    Wigglers:
    =========
    
    Yellow-and-orange large caterpillars that walk around. There are some red and
    angry Wigglers, faster than the normal ones. Watch out for them!
    
    How to defeat: spin at it or ground pound next to it to make it flip, and then
    stomp it. If you try to stomp it before it flips, it'll get red and angry like
    some other ones. You can also defeat them by stomping at them with a ground
    pound (don't need to be flipped over).
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if they hit you normally or if you touch them in
    they red, angry, fast form.
    
    ===============
    Winged Goombas: see "Paragoombas"
    ===============
    
    =======
    Whimps:
    =======
    
    Baby Mario-sized Thwomps, those moving grey rocks will try to stomp you down.
    They appear when the boss Whomp King stomp a foot on the ground and will try to
    follow Mario or Luigi and stomp you.
    
    How to defeat: they crumble when they attack, so let it crumble (not on you!) or
    just spin at it or ground pound it.
    Hit points lost: 1 at a time, if it stomps you.
    
    =======
    Whomps:
    =======
    
    "It makes me so mad! We build your houses, your castles. We pave your roads, and
    still you walk all over us. Do you ever say thank you? No! Well, you're not
    going to wipe your feet on me! I think I'll crush you just for fun! Do you have
    a problem with that? Just try to pound me, wimp! Ha!" Those stone moving enemies
    will try to stomp on you before you pound them and break them. They're like
    Thwomps, but those ones won't just go up and down, but also walk and fall over
    you if you let them do it.
    
    How to defeat: wait them crush down and them ground pound it.
    Hit points lost: you die instantly if smashed by a Whomp.
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			PRANKSTER COMETS				 [PKCM]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[11]
    
    Prankster Comets are comets that mad out the galaxy they go to. They're like
    the ones from Super Mario Galaxy (1), except the fact that now you can skip
    that challenge and go for other courses in the galaxy. More kinds of challenges
    were added, as well. They seem to appear randomly at the galaxies, but seem to
    follow always the same path through the galaxies, as well.
    
    See the new (and old) kinds of Prankster Comets in SMG 2 below:
    
    =================
    Speed Run Comets: [SPDC]
    ================= [11.1]
    
    You'll have a time limit to complete a part of a course or the whole course;
    maybe you get some clocks at the way-on - anyway, hurry up!
    
    ============
    Romp Comets: [RMPC]
    ============ [11.2]
    
    Kind of Speed Run Comets. Except for the fact that, in those ones you won't
    have to complete a course (or part of it), but a challenge that consists to
    kill an certain amount of enemies on a short time limit. Always doing it at a
    logic way, like going clockwise, and a little practice or just mad Mario skills
    - helps. Hope you can get these Comet Stars!
    
    ====================
    Cosmic Clone Comets: [CCLC]
    ==================== [11.3]
    
    Oh, no! Cosmic Clones! Yep, that little fellows (yeah, FELLOWS - now they
    multiply) will always follow you. It means: never follow your own track, or you
    will meet a Cosmic Clone and been hit; always be moving, if you have to move
    slowly, move one step at a time. An improvement from Super Mario Galaxy (1)
    Cosmic Clone is that you don't have to be faster than him, THEY follow you!
    
    ===================
    Double Time Comets: [DBTC]
    =================== [11.4]
    
    These mischievous comets will make you run and long jump a lot, and you'd
    better hurry up, 'cause those platforms and enemies are moving so much faster!
    Warning of getting hit before you think of it! Hope you get to the star at the
    end...
    
    =================
    Daredevil Comets: [DDVC]
    ================= [11.5]
    
    Those comets may kill you off many times if you're not familiar; hope you have
    many lives. Well, the Daredevil Comets, as in SMG 2's prequel, when in orbit,
    make you have just - and NO MORE THAN - 1 hit point, it means, YOU CAN'T, NO
    WAY, GET HIT, all the way through a course or in part of it. Of course, the
    most challenging levels are with boss fights and still no hits...
    
    ===================
    Purple Coin Comets: [PPCC]
    =================== [11.6]
    
    When those strange comets are in orbit, 100 or more Purple Coins stay scattered
    throughout the level, and you have to get (all) 100 Purple Coins to get that
    tough star. Hope you catch'em! =)
    
    Some times more than one comet is in orbit, and you have to pay attention at
    two challenges at once (for example: being followed by Cosmic Clones with a
    time to get Purple Coins. Yeah.).
    
    How to make a Prankster Comet appear? Catch Comet Medals!
    
    * See [9.3] Items [ITEM] at [9] Power-Ups and Items [PWIT] for further
    information about those medals. *
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			COSMIC GUIDE AND GHOSTS				 [CGGH]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[12]
    
    =============
    Cosmic Guide: [CSCG]
    ============= [12.1]
    
    After you die 10 times in a course, the Rosalina-shaped Cosmic Spirit will be
    in a critical part of the level, to save you. I mean, to control your mind so
    you can complete the level safely. This Guide is a great addition to SMG 2
    after its prequel, so you can complete tough levels perfectly. Althought, the
    Star you get with the help of Cosmic Guide is a Bronze Star, not so shiny or
    cool as the golden one. But, always you can come back to that course to get the
    cool, golden Star.
    
    * See [9.3] Items [ITEM] at [9] Power-Ups and Items [PWIT] for more information
    about those Bronze Stars. *
    
    =======
    Ghosts: [GHST]
    ======= [12.2]
    
    Once you play, and get the Star at the end of a course playing as Luigi, when
    you come at that course again you'll be able to have a speed run after the
    Staff Ghost, a ghost of Luigi playing as recorded by the staff crew of the
    game. Attention: you earn absolutely NOTHING by defeating the ghost. I mean
    NOTHING. Well, at least the challenge is made =).
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			USEFUL TOADS					 [TOAD]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[13]
    
    When the Toad Brigade appears on the Starship, after Spin-Dig Galaxy's first
    course ("Digga-Leg's Planet"), a little Useful Toads will appear near the wheel
    on Starship Mario:
    
    ========================
    [13.1] Bank Toad [BANK]:
    ************************
    
    He holds Star Bits for us. He can help share the Star Bits you've collected
    with the other players and if also keep it safe, on the stock market. Why
    keeping those Star Bits here? To:
    
    - feed Hungry Lumas: yeah, that's the main spot. Feeding those fellows.
    
    - see the different wears of the Banker (Bank Toad):
    
    	when you have...	he wears out as...
    	0 - 100 Star Bits	little Toad holding a Star Bit
    	1000 - 2000 Star Bits	glasses Toad
    	2000 - 4000 Star Bits	Toad warrior
    	4000 - 6000 Star Bits	digging Toad
    	6000 - 8000 Star Bits	scuba suit Toad
    	8000 - 9999 Star Bits	exploring Toad
    
    - when you have 241 Stars total, maybe adding 9999 Star Bits at the Bank Toad
    helps doing.... well, you're gonna see it.
    
    To deposit or withdraw Star Bits, press OK and so "Deposit" or "Withdraw". It
    goes faster the more Star Bits you deposit or withdraw, and can deposit (or
    withdraw) the many Star Bits you want to.
    
    After depositing or withdrawing, Bank Toad will possibly give you a 1-Up
    Mushroom "he found".
    
    ========================
    [13.2] Mail Toad [MAIL]:
    ************************
    
    He delivers to Mario and guards all the leters he receives - from Princess
    Peach, Rosalina, and inviting quests too.
    
    Princess Peach's letters give some hope and 1-Ups for Mario.
    Rosalina's letters bring some Star Bits to young Master Luma.
    The inviting quests activate some new courses and challenges in previous
    galaxies, with Stars as reward.
    There are also some congratulations letters you receive after getting the Star
    of a course.
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			THE WORLD MAP					 [WDMP]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[14]
    
    Here in the World Map, at first you won't have almost nothing to explore (just
    a few galaxies), but here you can see the explanation of it all, and you'll
    discover a lot also when you're playing the game.
    
    In this map, you can move by using the cursor or by pointing at the place/
    galaxy you want to go, and then pressing A.
    
    To select it, press A, and then press Fly to That Galaxy, or, if it's a blank
    space, you can press Go Back to Starship Mario. If it's a Hungry Luma, then
    you'll be able to call it to the starship and then feed it. If it's a pipe,
    it'll warp you into the exit pipe.
    
    To be able to move through other galaxies, you'll need to unlock them, by
    collecting your first star on a previous galaxy, or, if there's a Star or Star
    Bit Obstacle, by collecting enough Power Stars or giving an "x" number of Star
    Bits to a Hungry Luma (feed it by throwing Star Bits, with B, to its mouth).
    
    By clicking over Zoom Out, in the top right corner, you can travel through the
    worlds you've already unlocked.
    
    Now see the representations I made for the Worlds, as you see them in the
    World Map:
    
    Symbols:
    	[ABBR] 	= represents a Galaxy (its abbreviated name, ABBR, inside the
    			brackets).
    	     @ 	= represents a path that Starship Mario can always pass
    			through. They're just like a real vacuum space between
    			two Galaxies, you can easily pass over.
    	    %X	= warp pipe "X"
    	   (y)	= represents a Star Obstacle, it is, you must have "y" Stars
    			to pass	through this one.
    	   {z}	= represents a Star Bit Obstacle, I mean, a Hungry Luma you
    			must feed with "z" Star Bits to pass through.
    	     #	= represents a Star Bit ice crystal that floats between the
    			galaxies. If you pass through one of these with the
    			Starship Mario icon, the Star Bits will follow the icon
    			until they hit the icon, adding some (5) Star Bits to
    			your collection.
     -, |, \ and /	= represent a way between galaxies or spaces between them, in
    			the map.
      =, \\ and //	= represent a way between spaces in the map connected by a
    			secret path, revealed by feeding a Hungry Luma after
    			calling it to your face... I mean, starship.
       <-- and -->	= represent a world turning, when you easily go from one World
    			to its 	following or previous World.
    
    ===============================
    	WORLD 1		        [WRD1]
    The Great Space Journey Begins:
    =============================== [14.1]
    
    		         [SPDG] - @
    		          /        \
        @ - [YSHS] - (3) - {300}        @ - [FYBF] - (7) - [BJFY] - @ -->
       /		         \\          \
    [SKST]		        [FPSW] = #    @ - [RSDW]
    
    ===========================
    	WORLD 2             [WRD2]
    Shooting Through the Stars:
    =========================== [14.2]
    
                 @ - [BDBW]         [WLGD]  -    @
                /		\	 /	      \
    <-- @ - [PZPK]		 @ - {700} = [HYBM] = (16) - [BWLL] - @ -->
                \		/	 \	      /
    	     @ - [HTFL]         [CMCV]  -    @
    
    ================================
    	WORLD 3                  [WRD3]
    The Far Reaches of the Universe:
    ================================ [14.3]
    
    	 [TTNK]  -  @  - [HTHL] - {1000} = [BTBK]
    	 /		   |
    <-- @ - @ - (28) - %A      |	         %A  -  @ - [BJFS] - @ -->
    	 \		   |
    	 [CDCT]  -  @  - [FZFK]  -   @   - [RGMP]
    
    =================================
    	WORLD 4                   [WRD4]
    The Many Mysteries of the Cosmos:
    ================================= [14.4]
    
    		 @  -  [HYHP]	   [STSB] - @
    	        /	     \	   /	     \
    <-- @ - @ - [SMSV] - [FPSV] - @ - @	     (40) - [BWGR] - @ -->
    	  \	       //	   \	     /
    	 {1200}  -  [SWMY]	   [CMWK] - @
    
    ======================
    	WORLD 5        [WRD5]
    Trial of the Galaxies:
    ====================== [14.5]
    
    		      [BOMN] [SLSD] [FTGD]
    			   \ /  \    //
    <-- @ - [SPST] - %B	    @   {1500} - (55) - [BJBB] - @ -->
    			   / \  /    \
    		      [UPDZ]  %B    [SVBN]
    
    ======================
    	WORLD 6        [WRD6]
    Bowser In Your Sights:
    ====================== [14.6]
    
    		   [CWKR]      [TWBK]      [BTBL]
    		  /      \    /      \    /      \
    <-- @ - [MTMS] - @	 (60)        (65)        @			   @-->
    		  \			         |			  /
    	       {1800} = [FSBL] - @ - @ - [SMYS] - @ - (70) - @ - [BWGX] - @
    
    =======================
    	WORLD S         [WRDS]
          Here We Go!
    ======================= [14.7]
    
            {2000} = [FPOT] - [GDMS]
    	 /
           (110) - [BBTZ] - (100) - [SCYC] - (90)
    					   \
    <-- @ - [MSQD] - (75) - [RLCS] - (80) - [TWYT]
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    			THE STORY BEGINS				 [STRY]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[15]
    
    "Now, let me tell you a new story that also begins with stardust..." - that's
    how Rosalina (I think she's the Narrator) begins Super Mario Galaxy 2 story for
    all of us.
    
    You'll receive a letter from Princess Peach, as always inviting you to eat a
    slice of a special cake. Then you'll be able to control Mario.
    
    Then you can catch some Star Bits, and exercise your moves in the game.
    
    * For more information, see Controls and Moves - SOON. *
    
    You'll see a lost Luma, and then you'll be able to spin - to break things and
    defeat enemies, later.
    
    So, you see Bowser again, now extremely huge, and, by the umpteenth time, he
    hijackes Peach before she makes any slice of cake, and you'll now have to go
    behind all that stars to be able to save her......
    
    Now you must go forward, and talk to the Lumas near Peach's castle. You'll
    have a conversation about the lost (Young Master) Luma, and so one of the
    shining Lumas will transform into a Launch Star. Spin to launch yourself into
    the course selection screen.
    
    * See more about Launch Stars and other Items in [9.3] Items [ITEM] at [9]
    Power-Ups and Items [PWIT]. *
    
    So you go to first course in the Super Mario Galaxy 2, in the course selection
    screen. Hope you're familiar with it. If you're not, it's pretty simple - just
    point at the star/level/course you wanna play.
    
    
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    		[16]	SKY STATION GALAXY			 	 [SKST]
    		[16.1]	PEEWEE PIRANHA'S TEMPER TANTRUM - STAR #1	 [PWPT]
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    *** 1st planet: Yoshi House Planet
    
    As soon as you start, go right and enter the orange pipe to get a 1-Up Mushroom
    on the other side of the planet.
    
    * What is a 1-Up Mushroom? See [9.3] Items [ITEM] at [9] Power-Ups and Items
    [PWIT]. *
    
    Get into that pipe again, and manage right to the other green pipe. On the
    other side of the planet, there's a Tip Network that will show you how to SPIN
    to defeat enemies. Right there, there's a ? Block that, broken, will reveal
    some Star Bits.
    
    Now get to the top of the hill and break the ice crystal by spinning besides
    it. Manage to that Luma on the other side of the top of Yoshi's House, and so
    it transforms into a Launch Star to launch you off to another planet.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Grass Planet
    
    Here in this planet, just follow the Luma, watching out for the Octoombas and
    the platforms, that appear and disappear. On the second one there's a ? Switch
    with some Star Bits. On the third ones, a 1-Up Mushroom (be careful not to fall
    off!).
    
    Pass through the Checkpoint Flag, and catch that ? Coin to make some musical
    notes (Rainbow Notes) appear. Catch them all, and you'll make three 1-Up
    Mushrooms appear (careful of Octoombas!). After the fourth platform, go to a
    Switch (Warp Pad) on the ground and spin on it to teleport you into the Bonus
    Planet.
    
    [B] 3rd Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    Bonus Planets are planets that you see in most of the stages, in which you must
    defeat seven enemies, with help of a Rainbow Star, Yoshi or just single to get
    3 1-Up Mushrooms, with a time limit. After this time limit finishes off, you'll
    be teleported back to the Switch. Then you'll not be able to go back (unless
    for glitches).
    
    In this one, you'll have to defeat, careful for not just falling into the
    nearest black hole, seven Octoombas, that will throw - all of them, together -
    into you painful rocks. But there's no problem, since you have a Rainbow Star!
    Catch it and just touch the Octoombas to get your 1-Up Mushrooms.
    
    * Back to Grass Planet *
    
    Go over the fourth platform (beware of Octoombas!) and jump over the last
    platforms to get to the Luma, that will, once again, transform into a Launch
    Star to launch you to the Miniature Planets.
    
    *** 5th, 6th and 7th Planets: Miniature Planets
    
    Get to the grey one, launch into that Sling Star. Then you'll orbit around
    another planet just for falling back to the first one, reaching another Sling
    Star, and using this one to get a ? Coin full off minor simple coins. Get back
    to the third planet, by spinning at the second Sling Star, and then rapidly
    manage to launch on the Launch Star to the 4th Planet.
    
    *** 8th Planet: Cyllindrical Planet
    
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    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
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    In this cyllindric-shaped planet with a black hole in it, you must be aware of
    the grey mud, that will slow you down, and the Paragoombas, Octoombas and that
    trolly platforms that can throw you into the black hole. But that trollies are
    not all bad - jump on them (do some special jump; I recommend Backward
    Somersault) to get extra prizes: a 1-Up Mushroom on the first one, and a Comet
    Medal on the second one.
    
    * See [9.3] Items [ITEM] at [9] Power-Ups and Items [PWIT] for more information
    about Comet Medals. *
    
    Manage to the last platform, with the Luma, then it will become a Launch Star.
    Launch into it.
    
    *** 9th Planet: Sided Planet
    
    In that planet, kill the Octoomba, grab the Life Mushroom (maybe you need
    it...) and manage to the other side of the planet, passing through the
    Checkpoint Flag, of course. Behind this ladder-shaped hill, there's a 1-Up
    Mushroom. Perform a Backward Somersault there, or just get to the front of the
    hill, careful of Octoombas, and launch yourself at the Launch Star to the last
    planet in the course and first boss on the game. =)
    
    *** 10th Planet: Geo Planet
    
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    BOSS: PEEWEE PIRANHA
    ====================
    
    Oh no! You've broken Peewee Piranha's egg! He's born - and very angry! Maybe
    this is familiar with you, if you played Super Mario Galaxy - it's almost the
    same boss-fighting than Dino Piranha in SMG (1).
    
    Well, if you haven't played it, or if you forgot the boss fight, here comes the
    explanation. Avoid Peewee Piranha's attacks and jumps, and manage to hit - by
    spinning - his egg-covered butt, to make it painful. Do it eight times to
    defeat Peewee. He's going to become even angrier each time you hit his butt -
    so, be careful. Always you need health (hope you've cought that Life
    Mushroom!), throw a Star Bit (press B) to a yellow-colored light in the ground
    to reveal a coin. On the fourth time, he'll have his egg recovered on his butt,
    and will become faster and angrier. Before the fourth and eighth times, try not
    to get run over Peewee, and follow him to hit his all-red butt.
    
    When you hit it the eighth time, he'll be defeated and reveal a Power Star -
    your first!
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *1
    
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    			WELCOME TO STARSHIP MARIO			 [WSSM]
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    Welcome to Lubba's Starship. Yeah. It's a starship. Talk to Lubba to make it a
    Mario's face-shaped starship: STARSHIP MARIO.
    
    It's your home. Your place to entretain, and where you can place your Star
    Bits, use your coins, talk to friends, fellows, see a museum, play with Yoshi,
    grab some 1-Ups... well, at first you can't do all of this. Anyway, here you
    can catch some Star Bits at first, and talk to the lumas. When you go through
    the worlds and levels, you'll be able to make several fellows appear here, like
    Yoshi, a Jibberjay, Gearmos, Penguins, and also - after defeating Bowser on the
    final battle (beating the game) once, Luigi!
    
    Every time a new fellow, item or thing appears or takes place at the Starship,
    you'll know in the section [Back to Starship Mario] always after the Star
    counter.
    
    Well, all you have to do now, for real, is placing on that yellow switch, in
    front of that wheel, on the top of Mario's face, to visit the World Map. You
    can also see the (empty, for while) engine room at the basis of what should be
    Mario's cap. It'll have a museum, with the Power-Ups, like Cloud Flower and
    Spin Drill, as you get the Stars with them.
    
    * You can know more about the World Map in its specifical content
    	- [14] The World Map [WDMP]. *
    
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    		[16]	SKY STATION GALAXY			 	 [SKST]
    		[16.2]	STORMING THE SKY FLEET - STAR #2		 [SKFL]
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    *** 1st planet: Yoshi House Planet
    
    Here you can see some Chomp Pups rolling around. If you wanna kill them (and
    et 3 Star Bits), spin near one of that green, bending, balloon-shaped things
    (Stretch Plants), next to one of the Chomps. Be careful: if one of the Stretch
    Plants doesn't hit the Chomp Pup and hit YOU, you'll lose Star Bits, and will
    be thrown back.
    
    Well, anyway enter that green pipe on your left to go to the other side of the
    planet. Here there are more Chomp Pups rolling, so defeat them as you did on
    the other side - spin near one of that Stretch Plants (try to hit the Chomp
    Pup, and, if you can't, avoid it when it comes back to you). When you kill the
    second Chomp, in order, to your left, you'll be able to get a key that will
    release the poor Luma. If you wanna kill them all, though, there's a Rainbow
    Star, that makes you invincible, in the chest localized through the hill from
    the point you come of. Inside the other chests there are Star Bits (first chest
    left) and a 1-Up Mushroom (2nd left). Go to the Luma and talk to it to be
    launched to the 2nd planet.
    
    * Learn more about the Rainbow Star in section [8.1] Mario and Luigi Power-Ups
    [MLPW] at [8] Power-Ups and Items [PWIT]. *
    
    *** 2nd planet: Sky Fleet Ship
    
    Oh no! The Luma is inside that ship! Yeah man, now you'll have to get INSIDE
    this ship-like planet while avoiding those huge Banzai Bills. If you touch
    them, you'll lose 1 hit point at your health/life meter. Killing them is not
    difficult, though: just catch a Rainbow Star, become invisible and walk through
    them, making a lot of Star Bits appear.
    
    When you see a door on the ground, bear the Banzai Bill Blasters, come in. So
    you're going 2D. Pass through that Checkpoint Flag and keep going right and
    down. There are two 1-Up Mushrooms here, one at that big fall with a lot of
    Star Bits scattered out, in the left, and another at the third gear, in a level
    above the Launch Star (you'll have to crouch to get at it). There's also a
    Warp Pad there, leading you to the [B] Bonus Planet. Avoid the Octoomba and
    perform a Backward Somersault to reach it, and then spin on it to go to the
    Bonus Planet, if you want.
    
    [B] 3rd Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    That's the same Bonus Planet than the first mission, Peewee Piranha's Temper
    Trantum. Here, you'll have to defeat seven foes, in this case Octoombas, with
    the help of a Rainbow Star. Kill them all and catch the 3 1-Up Mushrooms at
    the center. You'll be automactically teleported back to the Sky Fleet.
    
    * Back to Sky Fleet Ship *
    
    Go above your level, using the gear, and launch yourself on the Launch Star,
    but be aware of the Amps (Electro-Chomps)!
    
    *** 4th Planet: Flipswitch Planet
    
    Pass through the Checkpoint Flag and walk over all Flipswitches (make them
    yellow), dodging the Banzai Bill. You can also catch the 1-Up Mushroom near
    the Blaster. Once you have walked over all the Flipswitches, they'll get
    green and reveal another part of the planet.
    
    On that part, a Bill Board will warn you of Cosmic Clones ahead. "If they come
    after you, RUN!" And that's the matter - they'll come in a row and follow you,
    so try to perform a unique way, not coming back, or you'll face them and you'll
    lose life. They're as fast as you, so it's not necessary to run. Scale the
    Flipswitch ladder, activating all the Flipswitches, on a clockwise way, so they
    won't face you easily! Once done, the Cosmic Clones will disappear, the
    Flipswitches will get green and a Launch Star will appear. Launch yourself.
    
    *** 5th Planet: Second Sky Fleet Ship
    
    Here there's another cyllindrical planet, with other Banzai Bills and a Black
    Hole inside it. So, don't fall down! To make sure you won't have to start from
    another planet, hit the Checkpoint Flag here, dodge the Bills and walk around
    (avoid the grey mud, it'll slow you down!). After the first row of three Banzai
    Bills, you'll see that shiny, golden Power Star. You can't get at it for while,
    though. You can defeat the third Banzai Bill by just spinning near that Stretch
    Plant. Go left, protecting yourself from the Bill by falling into that grassy,
    green hollow on the path.
    
    Here, there's another tricky Piranha: a black, Spikey Piranha Plant. Grab the
    pole to reach the upper level or just perform a high jump - like Spin Jump or
    Backward Somersault. There are two simple Piranha Plants around it, so kill
    them first. Use that balloon-shaped Stretch Plant to kill it when its head has
    fallen down - to make it fall down, approach it for a little.
    
    When you've defeated it, grab that key and the Power Star inside that blue cage
    can be taken. Although, avoid that Banzai Bill flying into you, by using that
    green hollow on the path, and those (two) Stretch Plants to both dodge and
    defeat the big Bill. Try not to fall to your death, as well.
    
    Catch that Power Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *2
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Lubba will talk about the P2 Co-Star Luma, and so
    you can take a rest for a while or continue going behind Power Stars, in new
    Galaxies. Why not?
    
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    		[16]	SKY STATION GALAXY		 		 [SKST]
    		[16.3]	PEEWEE PIRANHA SPEED RUN - [COMET] STAR #34	 [PWSP]
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    PRANKSTER COMET DETECTED!
    
    Here you'll have to play a small part of the first course in the game, Peewee
    Piranha's Temper Trantum, within 20 seconds left and a lot of Stopwatches
    scattered throughout the course; these green watches give you 10 seconds left.
    If the time runs out, you'll die. The time may not be enough for you - so try it
    again. We finished it with 00:06 left. =(
    
    *** 1st planet: Yoshi House Planet
    
    As soon as you start, go right and enter the green pipe (Stopwatch above), and
    then go to the top of the hill (Stopwatch on the path up), breaking the ice
    crystal and falling in the hole to go the the other side of the planet. Long-
    jump to the Launch Star and launch off.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Cyllindrical Planet
    
    Long-jump above the mud, watch out for the Elite Octoomba, and procceed right
    for a Stopwatch, and then avoid the trollies and the mud, go on the top of the
    second trolly for other 2 Stopwatches (the first is above you) and quickly go
    right to the Launch Star.
    
    *** 3rd Planet: Geo Planet
    
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    BOSS: PEEWEE PIRANHA
    ====================
    
    Oh no! You've broken Peewee Piranha's egg! He's born - and very angry!
    
    You have here to avoid Peewee Piranha's attacks and jumps, and hit continuosly
    his egg-covered butt, to break the egg and make him angrier. You'll have to do
    that eight times. Fortunately, it's easy and there are a lot of Stopwatches
    scattered about.
    
    The first thing you have to do is to catch all the 4 Stopwatches, for a
    guarantee of 40 seconds left. Then hit Peewee's butt four times, and then more
    four. On the fourth and eighth times, he'll run over, so follow him and hit him.
    
    When you hit him the 8th time, he'll be defeated and reveal a COMET STAR!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *34
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Brand-new Comet now in the orbit of Boulder Bowl
    Galaxy. Let's go? Wait for the next walkthrough version!
    
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    		[18]	YOSHI STAR GALAXY			 	 [YSHS]
    		[18.1]	SADDLE UP WITH YOSHI - STAR #3	 		 [SDUP]
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    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    Here you must go up and forward on the hill, avoiding the Spiky Plants, the
    Piranha Plants and the Octoomba, and jumping over the brown mud (it'll slow you
    down, like the grey one, if you want to know). Once you reached the upper
    level, using the spring pad / switch, defeat the Magikoopa (it'll launch into
    you Goomba-like foes), making the force field around Yoshi's Egg disappear.
    
    Break Yoshi's Egg, over the nest, revealing your all-moment fellow, that
    green-and-red funny dinosaur. "Yoshi hatched from the egg!"
    
    "You saved me! I was trying to save my friends, but then I got turned into an
    egg and trapped! I know! We should team up! Come on! Hop on my back!"
    
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    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
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    Hop on Yoshi's back, as he says, and go to the left, after the water, to a
    round high hill, defeat the Octoombas and Flipbugs near it, and walk above the
    Spring Pad / Switch to go up the hill and catch the Comet Medal!
    
    Here you can train your ability as Yoshi, learning how to use its controls, too
    - eating Berries and foes, flutter jumping, and spinning to break ice crystals.
    You can even go back to train your pulling capacity with the Spiky Plants.
    
    * Visit [8.4] Yoshi Moves [YSMV] at [8] Controls and Moves [CTMV] to learn more
    about Yoshi Controls and Moves. *
    
    On your right, on the lower level, there's a 1-Up Mushroom, behind the Bill
    Board that warns about Camera Moves. Move your camera until you see it.
    
    Go forward, to the brown mud, eat the Berries, defeat the Octoombas and
    Smeeches (they'll smack you; defeat them by spinning). There's also a Warp Pad
    (Teleporter), from where you can go to the [B] Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 2nd Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    The Bonus Planet here in Saddle Up with Yoshi is just like those from the first
    galaxy (Sky Station), but with a difference: you don't have a Rainbow Star, but
    - of course - you have Yoshi! Here you can train the multitarget move with
    Yoshi's tongue and the seven Octoombas. Catch that 3 1-Up Mushrooms at the end,
    as well!
    
    * Back to Main Planet *
    
    Continue forward, breaking the ice crystals and eating the Octoombas. Do what
    the Bill Board tells you to do: grab the Golden Berry, that giant apple thing,
    and pull back. A launch star will appear. Launch yourself - and Yoshi too!
    
    *** 3rd Planet: Earth Planet
    
    In this planet, there is a Chance Cube (try to get the 1-Up Mushroom on it!)
    and a few ice crystals. In the ones that appear to have nothing inside, there
    are a Flipbug and, inside the other, there's a Launch Star you can launch off
    with, to the 4th planet.
    
    * What is a Chance Cube? Visit [9.3] Items [ITEM] at [9] Power-Ups and Items
    [PWIT] to know. *
    
    *** 4th Planet: Tower Planet
    
    In that tower-like planet, you must climb up the tower, of course, to get to
    the Launch Star. In the path, there will be Spiky Plants, Piranha Plants (those
    two you defeat by grabbing-and-pulling) and also some Berries for you to eat.
    Manage to one of the two Spring Pads / Switches and go climb up that tower! In
    your path, more Spiky and Piranha Plant foes.
    
    Once at the top of the tower, defeat those three Octoombas and grab, with
    Yoshi's tongue, that Flower Grapple to go to a Miniature Planet.
    
    *** 5th Planet: Miniature Planet
    
    In that earth-ground planet, just manage until the Launch Star and launch
    yourself, going to a huge planet.
    
    *** 6th Planet: Fossil Planet
    
    Another tower planet, where your objective is climbing up the tower... huh, I
    mean, planet, until the Star. Hope you can do it.
    
    Once you land, go until the Checkpoint Flag, and go jumping or grappling
    flowers through the platforms, and upwards. Watch out for Paragoombas. There's
    a wooden platform with a handle on it, pull the handle and walk over it. Grab
    the Flower Grapple or perform a Flutter Jump to get over that upper level with
    3 coins on it.
    
    Avoid the Scuttle Bugs hanging over you, and defeat them by (first) stun them,
    with Yoshi's tongue, and spinning near it or pull it to Yoshi with his tongue
    again. Pass through the platform, pull the other hand platform to catch the 1-Up
    Mushroom. Grab the Flower Grapples and get upwards with the platform. Defeat
    the Paragoomba, carefully, for not being hit by the Goomba that comes after it.
    Grab the Flower Grapple, jump over that Octoomba and get to the upper level.
    
    Kill the Piranha Plant, get the Star Bits on the ? Block (left), eat the Berry
    in the inclined hill, and go up, climbing through the Flower Grapples.
    
    There's your Star, inside that ice crystal - spin into it 2 times to release
    the Star, and use the upper Flower Grapples left and then right to get it!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *3
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Now, with 3 Stars, you can continue your path
    through new galaxies, 'cause the Star Obstacle on the World Map is now over
    (well, it's not over like now, but to pass through it, just move your starship
    into it). Meanwhile, Yoshi "alien egg" is now on the Starship! It's on what
    should be Mario's nose, so break his egg and walk through the Starship Mario,
    or grab in the Flower Grapples and eat those ten Berries on that platform, with
    three Bill Boards that teach you, once again, how to hop in, dismount Yoshi and
    perform a Flutter Jump with him.
    
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    		[18]	YOSHI STAR GALAXY			 	 [SKST]
    		[18.2]	SPINY CONTROL - STAR #4				 [SYCT]
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    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    Now this planet is filled out with Spinies and Lakitus - that little Koopa in
    clouds that throw Spinies on you. Yoshi can easily eat them (for the first
    time, his tongue will just stun him, and he'll hide himself inside his shell;
    for the second time, you'll eat his shell) - and then throw their spiny shell
    off, breaking that cages with Star Bits, 1-Ups and Launch Stars.
    
    Before you hop on Yoshi, dodge that Spiny. Go forward and upwards, break
    Yoshi's Egg, hop on his back, and eat those Spiky and Piranha Plants. You can
    train how to throw a Spiny here, too.
    
    On the upper area, eat the Spinies (doing that method I've already explained,
    maybe even eating them in the air when Lakitu is throwing it; this way you
    won't have to eat the Spiny twice, just once) and shoot them at the cages,
    releasing Star Bits, a Launch Star and a Warp Pad (Teleporter) what will
    teleport you to a totally new [B] Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 2nd Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    Well, that bonus planet is an exception to that normal template. Instead of
    seven enemies in a circle, there's a round planet, with 10 Goombas. It's the
    same method, though. Eat them, stomp them, defeat them, and catch the 3 1-Up
    Mushrooms (if you can) at the end, right around the start platform. It's not
    easy if you don't want to lose Yoshi or losing health, and it's difficult to
    complete the challenge before the time runs out and you teleport back to the
    Main Planet. Watch out for the Goombas, use Yoshi's Multitarget, stomp the
    Goombas or Spin Attack them, if you wanna win.
    
    * Back to Main Planet *
    
    There's also a cage with a 1-Up Mushroom, right forward, after the Berries and
    the large brown mud, where there was a Golden Berry and afterwards a Launch
    Star, at Saddle Up with Yoshi, the first course on the Galaxy. Another 1-Up
    Mushroom is right where it was on the first mission, behind the Bill Board on
    the lower area on your right.
    
    Whenever you want, eat a Spiny and throw its shell to the cage with the Launch
    Star. Launch yourself to the third planet.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Central Shape Planet
    
    In this planet, land, pass through the Checkpoint Flag, eat the Berry and the
    Spiny, throwing its shell to those three cages. You can reach the upper ones by
    aiming upper or by climbing that upper platform. On the middle cage there's a
    Luma that will come into that upper platform and become a Launch Star.
    
    Launch yourself, and launch yourself at the Launch Star on midair, as well,
    right when you pass through it. It may be important. If you can't, you'll go
    right until the 22nd planet - the Marble Blocks Planet. If you can, you'll get
    back to it.
    
    *** 4th until 21st Planets: Solar System Planets
    
    Those 17 planets surrounding a bigger planet, in orbit of it and each other,
    have important 1-Up and Life Mushrooms for you to catch before the boss battle.
    Yep, there will be a boss battle. Well, while on the major planet, perform a
    Flutter Jump or common jump and go "climbing" the six levels (orbits) of
    planets (2 planets on the first and second ones; 3 on the third one; 7 on the
    fourth one, and one on the fifth and sixth orbits).
    
    On the 4th level, with the seven flat planets, there are 3 Berries for you to
    eat, a Life Mushroom and a 1-Up Mushroom (on the other side of one of the
    planets). Simply go jumping from planet to planet and catch those mushrooms -
    you'll need it.
    
    Go to the final orbit and launch yourself at the 22nd planet, the Marble Blocks
    one.
    
    *** 22nd Planet: Marble Blocks Planet
    
    In this planet, use Yoshi's tongue to grab and pull at the handle on the wooden
    platforms, catching that 1-Up Mushroom and the coins and Star Bits that will
    appear. Go up, pull the handle on the sideways platform FIRST, THEN eat the
    Spiny thrown by the Lakitu, climb the platform and throw the Spiny shell into
    the cage with the Launch Star. Launch yourself to your final battle on this
    challenge.
    
    *** 23rd Planet: Cone Planet
    
    Save yourself on the Checkpoint Flag and go, with Yoshi, to the upper level /
    platform, through your grab-and-jump abilities with the Flower Grapples.
    
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    BOSS: KING LAKITU
    =================
    
    King Lakitu (a.k.a. Giga Lakitu) is an oversized Lakitu on a purple cloud that,
    as always, throws Spinies (multiple spinies) into you and will try to hit you
    with his cloud's thunder electropower.
    
    What you need to do is hitting him with a Spiny he throws out, three times, and
    dodging the Spinnies he throws and the thunders. If you get hurt, and lose
    Yoshi, get him on the nest on that same upper platform; you don't need to go
    down at that Egg next to the Checkpoint Flag (well, this way may be easier if
    there are a lot of Spinnies).
    
    If you need health (I bet you won't, if you caught that Life Mushroom), you can
    get six coins there: two inside the ice crystals (spin to break them), two on
    the yellow lights on the ground (throw a Star Bit to get it) and two at some
    little plants on that platform (pass through it to get the coin).
    
    A good way to win this battle is by eating a Spiny when on midair, after he
    throws it out, and then quickly aim at him and shooting that Spiny. If he's
    throwing a Spiny when you hit him, the Spiny will not land on the platform -
    fortunately.
    
    When he throws two Spinies once at a time, eat the first one and quickly throw
    it, as you did with the single one.
    
    After hitting King Lakitu two times with his own Spinnies, he'll get even
    angrier and throw four Spinnies at a time; again, get and throw the first one,
    before there are so many Spinnies on the platform!
    
    When you hit him by the third time, you'll defeat him! And, behind the dark
    clouds, a Power Star appear! Get it, it's yours!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *4
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Well, nothing yet has changed here in the Starship
    Mario. Go right to the World Map, pass through the Star (3) Obstacle, and place
    at the Hungry Luma point {300}.
    
    * If you don't want to feed the Hungry Luma and go to a bonus challenge (with a
    Power Star at the end, of course), don't read this and go right onto the [19]
    Spin-Dig Galaxy [SPDG], that is the normal galaxy after the normal path (Stars
    #6 and #7). *
    
    Press A and choose "Call [Hungry Luma]". It'll be in your Starship. Approach it
    and feed it 300 Star Bits. Hope you HAVE 300 Star Bits. If you don't, you can
    always remake a previous course and GETTING THE STAR AT THE END, that is the
    only way to save those Star Bits for future use. Once you've feed it, it'll get
    stuffed and transform into a new galaxy! A new red path (symbol: \\), to the
    new Flip-Swap Galaxy, will appear on your map. Manage to the yellow switch and
    to this new, recently-born galaxy.
    
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    		[18]	YOSHI STAR GALAXY			 	 [SKST]
    		[18.3]	SPINY RAINBOW ROMP - [COMET] STAR #30		 [SYRR]
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    PRANKSTER COMET DETECTED!
    
    It's your first - and one of the most challenging Prankster Comet courses of
    all! Yep, so please don't astonish if you're dying so many times. It is VERY
    difficult and REQUIRES some practice. But I'll give you some tips, of course!
    
    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    The challenge here is to defeat all 30 Spinies, using some Rainbow Stars
    scattered throughout this first planet, in 60 seconds (1 minute exactly).
    
    Rainbow Stars have timed actions, I mean, you'll have just some time to kill the
    Spinies while as Invincible / Rainbow Mario. While as Rainbow Mario, you'll run
    much faster, but the speed decreases as the time runs out. Fortunately, there
    are a lot of Rainbow Stars here in this level.
    
    On the first part of the level, get the Star on the first degree up you, jump
    over the slowing mud and kill all the 5 Spinnies in this first area. Here, Long
    Jumps are the best choice. Go up with the Spring Pad and kill more one Spiny,
    and then get another Rainbow Star, and quickly defeat the Spiny inside the main
    circle here.
    
    From here, you'll have to go on a logic path to kill all of the Spinnies within
    the short time. I suggest going clockwise from here - it's more effective, I
    bet. Also avoid water and come back as soon as your Rainbow Star effect seems to
    run out, to get another one. Jumping is always a good choice.
    
    On the upper area after the water section, if you're going clockwise, kill all
    the Spinnies clockwise across that short hill and get another Rainbow Star on
    the other side.
    
    Then, avoid the mud and go kill that Spinnies while they're in group. Don't
    forget -- you'll have to kill'em all! Get another Star if you want to. The last
    Spiny should be that one on the lower area on your right (when you start the
    level); try not to fall down there. Please, it's serious.
    
    Then, after 60 seconds and 30 Spinnies, THERE'S THE STAR! Hope you deserved it,
    'cause it's yours!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *30
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: If you're following right this walkthrough, a new
    Prankster Comet has appeared in Cloudy Court Galaxy (World 3), that last galaxy
    you went to. Go forward on this walkthrough to get your 31st Star.
    
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    		[19]	FLIP-SWAP GALAXY			 	 [FPSW]
    		[19.1]	THINK BEFORE YOU SHAKE - STAR #5 		 [THSK]
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    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    There's only one main planet here in this Galaxy, full with red-and-blue
    platforms that invert position as soon as you spin. Now you can understand that
    course title - THINK BEFORE YOU SHAKE, 'cause, if you shake your Wiimote, they
    will change position and the ground below you can just disappear - and you'll
    gonna die.
    
    Well, how to survive here, so? Jumping from red to blue or from blue to red
    platforms always performing a Spin Jump between them - jump (or long jump) and
    spin -, as the Star Bunny says. It may be simple, but you may forget it, so it
    probably needs some practice. Remember: ALWAYS YOU SPIN, the platforms change.
    
    On the first area (path), there's no big problem, just to practice out. After,
    kill the Octoomba and the Goombas and continue your way.
    
    The second area is slightly more difficult, with Electric Barriers all over the
    path. Pass through the platforms when there's no barrier, or perform Backward
    Somersaults. There's also a 1-Up Mushroom here, on an alone blue platform.
    Continue your way, left and upwards, climbing the latter, defeating the Goomba
    inside an ice crystal. Pass through the Checkpoint Flag.
    
    That third area has an Incoming Chomp, that follows the path below it. If you
    get hit, probably you're gonna fall to your death. Since the platform right
    below the portal of the Chomps is red, you'd better do this way within the blue
    ones. So, long jump until the blue ones in the left, and quickly jump-and-spin
    until the red ones, and the blue ones, always avoiding and dodging the Incoming
    Chomp.
    
    This 4th area is the more difficult until now - with four Incoming Chomps.
    Start with the red platforms. Avoiding the first Incoming Chomp, jump-and-spin
    to the blue ones, go to the red ones, dodging the second Chomp, and go into the
    single blue platform with a 1-Up Mushroom on it. Activate the red platforms
    once again, manage forward to the blue ones (beware! another Incoming Chomp!).
    
    This third Incoming Chomp is the most difficult one. QUICKLY go to the red
    platform to stay safe and go forward, avoiding the fourth and last Incoming
    Chomp by spin-and-jumping onto the blue single platform. Then spin-and-jump
    twice to get safe.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Manage forward again, careful for the Electric Barriers. Here I recommend you
    to long jump, avoiding spins when you can't spin, on the spaces between the
    barriers. Continue your way forward to the Star.
    
    Get the Star, now!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *5
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Now you're in the lowest point of Mario's face... I
    mean, of Starship Mario. You brought a Star Bunny to the starship. "Know the
    one thing in the galaxy cuter than one o' those? Nothing, that's what! Har har
    har!", says the joking Lubba. "Well, it looks to me like that cute critter
    wants to tell you something." The Star Bunny is on the left of the Yellow Luma
    with Star Bits around it, over a wooden platform. If you talk to it, it'll
    talk about the Spin Jump, once again. Go to the yellow switch in front of the
    wheel and go to the next galaxy - catching the Star Bits on the ice crystal,
    on the World Map.
    
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    		[20]	SPIN-DIG GALAXY			 		 [SPDG]
    		[20.1]	DIGGA-LEG'S PLANET - STAR #6 			 [DGLP]
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    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    Here's your first power-up, except 1-Up and Life Mushrooms. It's the Spin
    Drill! Catch it and you'll become Drill Mario, being able to spin and dig
    around, where there's a dirt ground. If you hit something, if it's a foe,
    you'll dig back. Catch that Drill, on your right, and start digging! If you dig
    on slightly lower circles, you'll finish on a upper platform that was difficult
    to reach before. There's one full of coins, a cage with an 1-Up Mushroom, the
    starting platform, and the highest platform on the level, with a Luma that will
    become a Launch Star! Launch yourself out!
    
    *** 2nd planet: Drill Zone Planet
    
    There's a Tip Network (Hint TV) that will appear if you spin near those lighty
    little barriers, and catch the Drill. It'll teach you how to proceed in the
    level, WITHOUT getting the Comet Medal. If it doesn't appear, I'll explain:
    avoid the Twirlips and its deadly spinning.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Get above that upper little round platform, and dig on it. On the other side,
    go to a square platform and dig again. You'll be over a tall platform with 4
    coins on it. Jump right to get the Comet Medal. Fall down and go to this side's
    square platform, dig and jump right into the lower but also tall platform. Dig
    once again, until the tallest platform around. Talk to the Luma and fly through
    the Launch Star.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Steel Ring Planet
    
    In this Steel Ring, get the Checkpoint Flag and go forward, watching out for
    the appearing/disappearing yellow platforms. Avoid the Twirlips and go
    counterclockwise until the Launch Star at the other side. Try not to fall to
    your death on the Black Hole. There's a platform on the right, with a
    Teleporter (Warp Pad) leading you to the [B] Bonus Planet, if you want!
    
    [B] 4th Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    In this dirt flat Bonus Planet, it's the common challenge: defeat the seven
    foes (Twirlips), now with that Rainbow Star. Catch it to be invincible, kill'em
    all, and catch the 3 1-Up Mushrooms at the center platform. Then you'll be
    teleported back.
    
    * Back to Steel Ring Planet *
    
    Continue going counterclockwise; after the platforms leading to the Launch
    Star, there's a 1-Up Mushroom above appearing/disappearing platforms. Be
    careful and catch it, then go back to your way to the Launch Star, careful with
    the flashing platforms. Beware of Paragoombas too! Get to the brown block
    platform, wait for the Luma and launch yourself!
    
    *** 5th planet: Dirt Tower Planet
    
    In this little planet, defeat the Goombas and get the Spin Drill; dig to get
    inside the planet, and catch the coins! Go to the upper side of the inside
    planet and spin to launch yourself!
    
    *** 6th "planet": Starshroom
    
    Look! Toad Brigade! Yep, that little fellows are back to SMG 2, and the captain
    is now warning you about Digga-Leg, the boss you'll fight right after now.
    
    "GYAH! It's you... Mario, right? Like our new ship? It's called a Starshroom!
    We're shoving off soon! Oh yeah, I forgot to introduce myself! I found this
    nifty headlamp, so I am now the Toad Brigade Captain! There's a pretty scary
    monster just past here -- be careful!"
    
    Just next to the Toad Brigade Captain there's a Lumalee, a.k.a. Shop Luma! Yep,
    a Luma Shop! What is it? That's a shop where you can buy either a 1-Up and Life
    Mushroom - but just ONE of them - by just 30 Star Bits! "Lumalee! Lumabop!
    Welcome to the Luma Shop!" Buy what you want (I recommend Life Mushroom),
    Lumalee will transform into it, catch it and go forward to the lowest point of
    the Starshroom, pass through the Checkpoint Flag and launch yourself into the
    boss battle!
    
    *** 7th Planet: Digga-Leg Planet
    
    ---------------
    BOSS: DIGGA-LEG
    ===============
    
    Oh no! You just woke up Digga-Leg, that monster that you'll have to fight now
    on this circle-like flat planet. And it's angry!
    
    Yep. All you have to do now is catching that Spin Drill and try to break the
    glass on Digga-Leg's chin to get the Star. And avoid her attacks, too! She'll
    throw Diggas into you through the ground. Dig into it to defeat the foe, or
    jump right onto its head.
    
    When Digga-Leg makes its head on the right side, dig around and break the
    glass! You must dig three times to break it out. Once you did it, dig back,
    'cause Digga-Leg has just jumped!
    
    She will now jump sideways, left two times and right two times. Go right and
    left, always avoiding her jumps. If you get hurt, catch the Spin Drill again.
    
    Try once again to avoid the Diggas, her jumps and try to break the glass
    right on its center when Digga-Leg is walking around.
    
    Break it by the second time, doing the same. Digga-Leg's gonna now throw four
    Diggas into you, so I think digging may be not so good, since Digga-Leg's feet
    may destroy the Diggas themselves.
    
    Just break the glass one more time and the Star is released!
    
    What you're waiting for? Catch that shiny Power Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *6
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: In the World Map, you've unlocked two more galaxies,
    but you haven't finished this one (Spin-Dig Galaxy) yet; after, there's a Star
    Obstacle that requires 10 Power Star to pass through. On the Starship, a new
    Yellow Luma, that one that transformed into a Launch Star, is on the ship! "Oh!
    One of my little guys is back! I was wondering what happened to the little
    fellow after he fell off...", says Lubba.
    
    And now the Toad Brigade is having a vacation, also in the starship, together
    with the Yellow Luma; you can access the Starshroom, with some Toads and a 1-Up
    Mushroom, by staying on that Warp Pad next to what would be Mario's left ear.
    "Uh... Those guys are all friends of yours, right? If you ever want to visit
    that ship, you can get there with the Warp Pad."
    
    Next to the Warp Pad (Teleporter) there's a yellow Toad guy that says: "Hey --
    everyone's waiting for you on the Starshroom! We found a [1-Up Mushroom], so
    we're keeping it there for you."
    
    On the Starshroom, the pink Toad says that the Starship Mario looks like Luigi,
    and ask for him; the blue one talks about Lubba; the green one says that the
    Lumas helped them to build that Starshroom, and says it "looks just like a
    mushroom", in the case you haven't noticed yet; and the red one, Captain of
    the Brigade, talks about the goal of the crew. The Luma talks about the
    horrible experience of falling into the ground of the castle in the Mushroom
    Kingdom during Bowser's attack; says that the Lumas built the Starshroom
    together with the Toads to get to the Starship Mario.
    
    Yoshi's Ultimate Tongue [glitch]: you can perform this glitch if you go on
    Yoshi to the Starshroom. Do a Flutter Jump above the Warp Pad and, right before
    you touch it, grab the yellow Toad, that shouts "Use this Warp Pad!" with your
    tongue! It'll extend until the Starshroom, a huge tongue! If you get warped
    back, it'll mantain as large as you go to, unless you use it to grab another
    thing or character. Strange... Hope it doesn't hurt Yoshi.
    
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    		[20]	SPIN-DIG GALAXY			 		 [SPDG]
    		[20.1]	SILVER STARS DOWN DEEP - STAR #7 		 [SVDW]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    That's the same planet, but the Bill Board is warning you: "Careful! Watch out
    for the Cosmic Clones... If they come after you, RUN FOR IT!" Well, you don't
    actually need to run, 'cause those clones just FOLLOW you, but you must not
    take the same path you've already been in, ok? So continuosly going. As soon
    as you get on the ground, the multiple clones will appear. Go right and break
    the ice crystal with a Sling Star on it. The Cosmic Clones will disappear now.
    
    Defeat the Piranha Plants on that planet by jumping on their head or spinning
    near then and grab the Beanstalk (Magic Vine / Sproutle Vine) from them,
    spinning and reaching upper levels with Star Bits. When you've finished, use
    that Sling Star to go to an upper platform and kill the Piranha, leading you to
    the second planet (using the Beanstalk).
    
    *** 2nd planet: Purple Cylinder Planet
    
    At first you have a Warp Pipe and a Warp Pad. Choose what Warp thing you wanna
    go in (choose the Pad / Teleporter, so you earn 3 1-Up Mushrooms and then go
    back); if you choose the Warp Pad, you'll be warped to the [B] Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 3rd Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    That's pretty much like the previous one, from the first course: you have seven
    Twirlips to defeat before the time runs out, but WITHOUT any Rainbow Stars; at
    the end, grab the 3 1-Up Mushrooms on the center platform.
    
    * Back to Purple Cylinder Planet *
    
    Now you've been to that Bonus Planet, go down the Warp Pipe to the 2D world
    inside the Purple Cylinder. Grab the Spin Drill and spin over that Digga,
    drilling and digging, until another platform with another Digga. Dig on the
    right of the first dirt platform. Careful of that Amp, get the other green
    Warp Pipe at the end.
    
    Now you're in another part of the planet. Grab and spin that Drill, CAREFUL
    of the Amp! Now you'll have to watch out for both Amps! Careful, careful,
    careful. That time you have a faster Amp. Watch out and dig at the right
    moment. Enter the orange Warp Pipe at the end.
    
    Now grab those Star Bits and free the Launch Star from that ice crystal, and
    launch yourself out!
    
    *** 4th "planet": Starshroom
    
    Here in the official starship of the Toad Brigade, the blue Toad warns:
    "According to my investigations, five [Silver Stars] make a [Power Star]!"
    Pass through the Checkpoint Flag and launch yourself!
    
    *** 5th planet: Square Planet
    
    Here you have a squared flat planet with a lot of Diggas, a little Spin Drills
    and five Silver Stars! Collect them all to make a Power Star appear! I
    recommend you to kill the Diggas first, by just jumping on their heads as soon
    as they appear.
    
    [1st Silver Star]: on the other side of the planet. Watch out for the Diggas.
    
    [2nd Silver Star]: go up now, and on the next side of the planet, dig on the
    second highlighted point on the ground. Dig again to go to the other side, and
    go up again.
    
    [3rd and 4th Silver Star]: On the upper side of the square, dig at the third
    dark and highlighted point of it, on its ride. Catch the other Silver Star left
    of it too.
    
    [5th Silver Star]: back to the point the 3rd Silver Star was, right of the
    fourth one, dig again to get the fifth Silver Star.
    
    To get the Power Star, drill again on that ground, and so go to the upper side
    of the planet, again, to get it! Grab it, it's all yours!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *7
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Now that Star (7) Obstacle is over! Well, you still
    have two galaxies in this world. You're now on the engine room, and the museum
    is starting over! Lubba warns us about the Bank Toad - yeah, a BANK Toad. "All
    right, listen up. 'Cause I don't wanna say this more than once... See that
    Toad? He started collecting [Star Bits] for safekeeping. Thinks he's some sort
    of happy bank or something. Why don't you go over there and check it out for
    me."
    
    The Spin Drill is in the museum! "Well, well... What do we have here? A Spin
    Drill, huh? That's for digging?! Just don't go digging through the center of
    your faceship! Might get a headache! Har har! [Funny guy...]" Fear of you
    digging around the Starship, Lubba just put that Drill into a cage! Not fair!
    You can't dig around! =( To enter the museum without entering the hidden door
    on the basis of what would be Mario's cap, you must Backward Somersault from the
    upper level in the Starship to the smoky chimney, entering the pipe hidden
    inside it.
    
    Go to the head of your face... er... I mean, Starship. There's the Bank Toad.
    How it works? Let's say... "Mario, guess what! I decided to become a banker!
    If you give me Star Bits to hold on to... I can help you share your [Star Bits]
    with other players using save files! [Yeah, if you play with your friends /
    relatives, you can keep those Star Bits here, in one bank for everyone.] Or if
    you're playing solo, I can still hold on to your Star Bits. I'll try and get
    more to add to your total! Right now I have (0) Star Bits in all! Would you 
    like to make a deposit or withdrawal?"
    
    Well, this Bank Toad is safe way to keep your Star Bits on the bull market. Ok,
    not. But it's cool to keep they here... who knows why? Maybe to feed Hungry
    Lumas, to see the different wears of this Toad or maybe to guessing what
    happens if you put 9999 Star Bits in there... Who knows what happens?
    
    * See Useful Toads content to know how to apply your stock of Star Bits to the
    stock Market! Here: [13] Useful Toads [TOAD]. *
    
    Go to the World Map and manage to the galaxy in the lower level (Rightside
    Down [RSDW]), after the Spin-Dig one.
    
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    		[21]	SPIN-DIG GALAXY			 		 [SPDG]
    		[21.3]	DIGGA-LEG'S DAREDEVIL RUN - [COMET] STAR #32	 [DGDV]
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    PRANKSTER COMET DETECTED!
    
    Remember the boss fight with Digga-Leg? That giant Digga with a glass cage with
    the Star? Ok, now you'll have to fight with her with just 1 health point - and
    no Coins. It means you'll have to escape from Digga-Leg's attacks and the Diggas
    WITHOUT getting hurt. =(
    
    *** 1st planet: Digga-Leg Planet
    
    Here's a copy-and-paste explanation of the boss fight. Yep, it's just the same
    fight.
    
    ---------------
    BOSS: DIGGA-LEG
    ===============
    
    Oh no! You just woke up Digga-Leg, that monster that you'll have to fight now
    on this circle-like flat planet. And it's angry!
    
    Yep. All you have to do now is catching that Spin Drill and try to break the
    glass on Digga-Leg's chin to get the Star. And avoid her attacks, too! She'll
    throw Diggas into you through the ground. Dig into it to defeat the foe, or
    jump right onto its head.
    
    When Digga-Leg makes its head on the right side, dig around and break the
    glass! You must dig three times to break it out. Once you did it, dig back,
    'cause Digga-Leg has just jumped!
    
    She will now jump sideways, left two times and right two times. Go right and
    left, always avoiding her jumps. She can try to stomp you out...
    
    Try once again to avoid the Diggas, her jumps and try to break the glass
    right on its center when Digga-Leg is walking around.
    
    Break it by the second time, doing the same. Digga-Leg's gonna now throw four
    Diggas into you, so I think digging may be not so good, since Digga-Leg's feet
    may destroy the Diggas themselves. Jump on the Diggas to defeat'em, too.
    
    Just break the glass one more time and the Star is released!
    
    What you're waiting for? Catch that shiny Power Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *32
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: A new Prankster Comet in orbit on Puzzle Plank Galaxy
    (World 2). Let's go!
    
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    		[21]	RIGHTSIDE DOWN GALAXY			 	 [RSDW]
    		[21.1]	THE GREAT CRATE INCINERATOR - [HIDDEN] STAR #8 	 [GCTI]
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    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    Just flying over the castle and entering the pipe - as any plumber ahead -
    Mario goes to his gravity-bending mission. Yeah, here gravity can change in a
    blink of an eye and break all the laws of gravity. Sorry, Isaac Newton!
    
    Well, you'll pass through areas that indicate where the gravity is bending to.
    If the arrows are down, the gravity is normal. If they're up, gravity up.
    Sideways, gravity sideways. When there's no arrows and just a green ground, the
    gravity is bending to the screen - yep, forward to the screen.
    
    On the first area, there's no gravity bending - the gravity is normal. Just
    fall down until you reach the lower ground. On your left there's a Ground Pound
    Switch. As the name says, ground pound it to release some coins. On your right,
    there's a flower. Spin near it to get to the upper and gravity-bending area.
    
    On that area, there's a Goomba and a Swaphopper - an enemy from gravity-
    flipping courses that has a spike on top of it. Although, when gravity flips,
    the up side is a soft underbelly.  To kill the Swaphopper and advance, spin
    next to that blue handle, that will turn into red. Defeat the Swaphopper by
    jumping on it.
    
    Now enter the green pipe on your left. Here in this area, there is a Fire
    Flower - a new power-up! Catch it to become Fire Mario. "You transformed into
    Fire Mario! Shake [Spin] to shoot fireballs." Your fireball stock never ends,
    but the fire effect ends in 20 seconds. Now that you're fire-made, shoot
    fireballs diagonally to disappear with the wooden boxes. On the upper right
    row there's an orange pipe; on the lower left one, an 1-Up; on the other ones,
    coins. Catch the 1-Up and enter the pipe (if you can't do it before the time
    runs out, you can catch another Fire Flower). Enter the other pipe.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Crate Planet
    
    Welcome to one of the most challenging courses in the game. Your task is,
    before the 20-second time runs out, incinerate all the wooden boxes with your
    fire power. Yep, 20 seconds! You can't break them before you talk to the Gearmo
    'cause that's unfair. It knows that, and will make all the wooden boxes you
    broke without the Fire Flower reappear. Fair play, bro!
    
    Well, just talk to the green Gearmo. "This is the end of the road for all the
    trash in the universe!" So many boxes... It's gettin' way outta control, if ya
    ask me! Do me a favor and burn all of these as fast as you can. Whaddya say?"
    
    Select SURE and go burn'em all! "All right -- I'll leave you to it!"
    
    To get it, go first on the upside down row, then in the upper diagonal rows;
    then burn the single boxes in your left and right; go down and perform the
    same; then burn the diagonal lower rows, and the single lower one.
    
    Perfect! You got it!
    
    (Well, if you didn't, you can always talk to the Gearmo again to try again.)
    
    "Oh thanks! That looks great! Here ya go -- take this [Power Star]! Boy, I wish
    more folks worked as hard as you!"
    
    Catch that Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *8
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Now you're in the lowest point of Mario's face... I
    mean, of Starship Mario. You brought a Star Bunny to the starship. "Know the
    one thing in the galaxy cuter than one o' those? Nothing, that's what! Har har
    har!", says the joking Lubba. "Well, it looks to me like that cute critter
    wants to tell you something." The Star Bunny is on the left of the Yellow Luma
    with Star Bits around it, over a wooden platform. If you talk to it, it'll
    talk about the Spin Jump, once again. Go to the yellow switch in front of the
    wheel and go to the next galaxy - catching the Star Bits on the ice crystal,
    on the World Map.
    
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    		[21]	RIGHTSIDE DOWN GALAXY			 	 [RSDW]
    		[21.2]	BREAKING THE LAWS OF GRAVITY - STAR #9	 	 [BLGY]
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    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    [The first four paragraphs are the same from Star #8 [GCTI], the previous
    course. If you've already played, you'll remember it. Jump to the fifth
    paragraph, then.]
    
    Just flying over the castle and entering the pipe - as any plumber ahead -
    Mario goes to his gravity-bending mission. Yeah, here gravity can change in a
    blink of an eye and break all the laws of gravity. Sorry, Isaac Newton!
    
    Well, you'll pass through areas that indicate where the gravity is bending to.
    If the arrows are down, the gravity is normal. If they're up, gravity up.
    Sideways, gravity sideways. When there's no arrows and just a green ground, the
    gravity is bending to the screen - yep, forward to the screen.
    
    On the first area, there's no gravity bending - the gravity is normal. Just
    fall down until you reach the lower ground. On your left there's a Ground Pound
    Switch. As the name says, ground pound it to release some coins. On your right,
    there's a flower. Spin near it to get to the upper and gravity-bending area.
    
    On that area, there's a Goomba and a Swaphopper - an enemy from gravity-
    flipping courses that has a spike on top of it. Although, when gravity flips,
    the up side is a soft underbelly.  To kill the Swaphopper and advance, spin
    next to that blue handle, that will turn into red. Defeat the Swaphopper by
    jumping on it.
    
    [Start here, then:]
    
    Follow the trail of coins to your right. Don't enter the pipe, you've already
    earned that Star, didn't ya? Break the ? Block continuosly to earn a lot of
    coins. Jump on that up-downwards platform and go forward. Watch out for the
    purple Prickly Piranha Plant, by jumping on her head when she's down. Don't make
    her fall on you!
    
    Spin at the flower and go to a downward-gravity area (normal gravity). Stomp
    the Goombas and continue forward. Catch the ? Coin and the coins down the hill.
    There's also a ? Block out there, long jumping. Pass through the Checkpoint
    Flag and go to the sideways platform and jump over the other platform, on the
    normal gravity.
    
    Spin over that Warp Pad (Teleporter) to go to the [B] Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 2nd Planet: Bonus Planet
    
    That's the normal Bonus Planet, with seven Paragoombas. Kill'em all and catch
    the 3 1-Up Mushrooms at the center platform.
    
    * Back to Main Planet *
    
    Once teleported back, spin on the flower to get to the upper area and go by
    the sideways platforms to the following level.
    
    Now, as says the pink Toad, "Don't fall down". There's a Black Hole. Yep. What
    you must do is jumping on the up-downwards platform and activating the blue
    handle to flip the gravity. Kill the Swaphopper, scale the small, 4-degree
    ladder and so go up to the platform again. On the left, there's a ? Block full
    of 8 coins. On the right, behind the platform, there's a 1-Up Mushroom. Wall
    jump to get back to it. Continue forward.
    
    Oh no! Chomps! Watch out for them, go quickly after the previous Chomp "falls
    up" and go right. Now the problem is other: Thwomps! As you know, they can
    kill you if they stomp you. Jump quickly and climb up the ladder. Wait on.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Before you go through the second Thwomp, there's a Comet Medal: perform a
    Backward Somersault and wall jump on the right one to get it.
    
    Do a Backward Somersault to go below the second Thwomp and quickly go forward -
    the gravity will flip. Go down the little hill, checkpoint yourself and wall
    jump to catch that Fire Flower. Once you've caught it, burn all the wooden
    boxes forward - and use the fireballs to kill... er... burn the Goomba. If you
    can't do all this, catch another Flower at the same place. Catch the other
    Flower and continue burning all you see. Wall jump again, burn the boxes, the
    Goomba and catch another Fire Flower, burning more two boxes.
    
    Forward, there is a gravity-bending area where the gravity points through the
    screen. Defeat the Goombas and go through the platforms.
    
    [From here, there's an alternate and easier way to the Star. Maybe it's not as
    cool, but it's an alternative. If you wanna know it, go until [Alternate] sign
    two paragraphs below.]
    
    Pass to the normal gravity area, and jump below the Thwomps ladder and row -
    down and upwards. On the second row of Thwomps, get in the small hollow in the
    path for not being stomped. Backward Somersault and go on.
    
    Now THAT'S a gravity whirl. Move yourself while flying through the gravity-
    bending area and try to catch the 1-Up Mushroom (when the gravity is pointing
    to the left, ground pound) and the Star, of course!
    
    [Alternate] When at the end of the strange gravity-bending area (where gravity
    points to the screen), perform a Backward Somersault to go to the upper area,
    not gravity-bending. In the four corners of that area, there are 1-Up
    Mushrooms! Yep, 4 1-Ups! Enjoy and catch those Star Bits on the red area with
    the Thwomps that "fall up" (just point your Remote at the screen. Go right over
    that Star, on the right, and ground pound it (or ground pound over the 1-Up
    Mushroom, you decide)! You did it!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *9
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: What you're waiting for? Go to the Yellow Switch and
    to the next galaxy!
    
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    		[22]	FLUFFY BLUFF GALAXY			 	 [FYBF]
    		[22.1]	EVERY PLANET HAS ITS PRICE - [HIDDEN] STAR #10   [EPPC]
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    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    Once you started, go right and climb up that tree to catch a ? Coin, that makes
    8 minor coins appear. You'll have to get some coins. Go up the bridge, avoid
    the Flaptack and jump on his underbelly. Crouch below the bridge to catch a
    1-Up Mushroom.
    
    As I said, you'll have to get COINS. You must have 10 now. Behind that big tree
    there's a green pipe. Enter it. Here you'll have some kind of Coin Challenge.
    Get the ? Coin on the center, and then all the minor coins there, before the
    time runs out, and so on. There are three rows of coins, and each time you
    get all of them you earn a 1-Up Mushroom. After the 3 rows, there are a lot of
    Star Bits. You should have 74 coins if you've caught them all. If you did, that
    is enough. If not, I think more than 60 is enough.
    
    Jump off the pipe and go to the platform with the Cloud Flower on it. It
    transforms you into Cloud Mario, and, at every spin (shake the Remote), you'll
    make a smiling cloud appear (up to three clouds) right below your feet,
    allowing you to go to high levels. "You turned into Cloud Mario! Shake [Spin]
    to create up to three cloud platforms out of thin air!"
    
    Perform three Backward Somersault and create a cloud after each one. Then,
    break the ? Block and go up that tree. Spin at the Sling Star to go up.
    
    On this major cloud, there's a Hungry Luma that claims for 100 Coins! Well, you
    can catch until 40 coins here in the cloud. So, if you didn't have 60 coins
    'till now, you won't be able to advance. So, go back and forward.
    
    If you don't have 100 coins yet, jump on the bridge below ya, and catch all the
    possible coins until you have at least 100, like the ones you get from all the
    foes, like the Flaptack, the Elite Octoomba, and all the clouds above and
    farther. There are even more Piranha Plants, and Flaptacks. WATCH the Tip
    Network and do what it shows, getting all the possible coins. Go back then,
    and all your coins will be back - I mean, all foes reloaded, all coins back!
    Including those ones from the green pipe and above the big cloud. The maximum
    possible is 280 coins, so I think 100 coins is like nothing.
    
    Once you have 100 coins, go up on the big cloud again and feed the Hungry Luma
    with it. "I'm so hungry! Will you give me 100 [coins]? They taste soooo good!
    If I eat 100 [coins], I might transform!" Choose "Yes" and feed her.
    
    "That's the stuff! I'm so FULL! Wow... I think I'm going to... TRANSFOOOOORM!"
    
    So the small but stuffed Luma goes into the sky and transforms herself in a
    new planet! "A new planet was born!" Go there using the red-like Launch Star.
    
    *** 2nd Planet: Tower Planet
    
    Yep, you'll have to climb up, until the top of this tall triangular tower,
    as Cloud Mario, of course! Once you land, reach the Checkpoint Flag, grab the
    Cloud Flower and perform a Backward Somersault to climb up the first platform.
    Jump on the up-downwards moving cloud, using your smiling clouds, if you want.
    There is plenty of Cloud Flowers here. There's a 1-Up Mushroom above a small
    rolling gear at your right.
    
    When you've caught your fourth Cloud Flower, you'd better know it'll be your
    last. So, save your clouds and climb up the platforms and gears, until you
    reach the top... er... POWER STAR!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *10
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Now you're able to pass through that Star (7)
    Obstacle. There are even more one Star you can catch, for while, in the Fluffy
    Bluff Galaxy, though. Go back there!
    
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    		[22]	FLUFFY BLUFF GALAXY			 	 [FYBF]
    		[22.2]	SEARCH FOR THE TOAD BRIGADE CAPTAIN - STAR #11 	 [SCTD]
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    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    Once you started, go right and climb up that tree to catch a ? Coin, that makes
    8 minor coins appear. Go up the bridge, avoid the Flaptack and jump on his
    underbelly when his down on the ground. Crouch below the bridge to catch a 1-Up
    Mushroom.
    
    Go to the green pipe behind that big tree, catch all those coins, go back,
    catch the Cloud Flower but don't go to the big cloud. That Star you already
    have. Now go forward, avoiding the water, the Flaptack and the Elite Octoomba.
    Climb up those clouds to the right, catching all possible Cloud Flowers.
    
    Once on the upper level, defeat the Piranha Plants and the Flaptack. Watch also
    the Tip Network (Hint TV), and do what it says: jump high and farther (long
    jumps will help here); at the highest and farthest point, shake the Wiimote
    (spin) to make a cloud appear. Climb up the clouds to the other part of the
    planet. Above the second non-smiling cloud platform there's a ? Block. Go down
    to the lower area in this part, dodge and defeat the Fliptack.
    
    The pink Toad says: "Some crazy-looking monkey grabbed the Power Star! Our
    captain chased him up that wall by jumping off the sides until he reached the
    top! I couldn't keep up!" The Bill Board warns: "While sliding down a wall,
    press A to wall-jump! See how high you can get with this technique!" As warns
    both the Toad and the Board, wall-jump-climb the wooden wall until the Launch
    Star.
    
    *** 2nd Planet: Pond Planet
    
    "Watch out for Cosmic Clones ahead! If they come after you, RUN!" - warns the
    Bill Board. Yep, fellows, more Cosmic Clones you'll have to dodge. If you
    don't remember how to keep them out, that's the way: go wherever you want, but
    don't go back on your path. The Clones will always follow you, as fast as you,
    so you don't actually need to run.
    
    Go to the lower full of water area, and try to get the 5 Star Chips: they're
    part of a Launch Star; get them five to make the Pull Star appear and the
    Clones die. Go clockwise, I think it's the better way. 
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Once you've caught all the chips, go to a little fountain, right above you, and
    perform a Backward Somersault + spin to get that Comet Medal!
    
    The Comet Medal caught, go to the wooden upper platform and launch yourself on
    the Launch Star to another planet.
    
    *** 3rd Planet: Stone Mountains Planet
    
    Here, you can get some Star Bits on the Star-Bit-fall (as a waterfall) on your
    left; pass by the Checkpoint Flag and go forward (avoid the Flaptack), grabbing
    the Cloud Flower, of course! Break the Flying ? Block, releasing some Star
    Bits, grab ANOTHER Cloud Flower, and then go to the right, dodging the Pushy
    Walls. Go on the top of the upper one and get that 1-Up Mushroom!
    
    Then jump onto the top of that level: here there are some Piranha Plants and
    Elite Octoombas, so avoid and kill them. Grab the Cloud Flower on your left,
    and then go, without touching the water, to the liana swing, avoiding the
    minor fountains. Swing yourself, reaching the Cloud Flower and jumping off,
    climbing up the tree. Defeat that Piranha Plant and collect another Cloud
    Flower. Jump up.
    
    There! You found the Toad Brigade Captain! Very well, huh? But... he's not with
    the Star, is he? Huh.... "GASP... hurff! Some... monkey with sunglasses
    challenged me... hurff... to a race! You go instead... I should be... in better
    shape... hurff! This captain business is going to be harder than I thought!"
    
    Grab the Cloud Flower and go through the clouds, until that little volcano-like
    hill. On the top of it is CHIMP, a crazy-looking monkey, the same that invited
    the Toad Brigade Captain to a race! "Whoa! It's you. Good work getting up
    here. They call me The Chimp. Seems like you may be a worthy high-climbing
    rival. Take this [Power Star]! We'll talk later..."
    
    Oh, so the Chimp didn't challenge you to a race? What may he be planning? Well,
    think in that after, now CATCH THE STAR! It's all yours! "See ya around."
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *11
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Ok. Now you're on the museum... er... engine room,
    huh? Hum, now that Cloud Flower is on the museum. Unfairly it's unlockable!
    Yet... "Lookit that! I see you brought back some kind of, uhh... floaty
    souvenir. It's a Cloud Flower? Well, there sure is some weird stuff out there,
    huh?" - says Lubba. Now, well, rest for a while, or, if you want more
    adventure, go to Mario's faceship head and to the World Map, and advance to
    this World's last challenge and 12th star - yet - through that Star Obstacle!
    
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    		[22]	FLUFFY BLUFF GALAXY			 	 [FYBF]
    		[22.3]	THE CHIMP'S STOMP CHALLENGE - STAR #16	 	 [CPSC]
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    **********That Star can only be unlocked after you receive an inviting from
    	The Chimp. If you haven't received, you can't go to this course. I
    	received it after catching our Star #15 on [BDBW] Boulder Bowl Galaxy's
    	Rock and Rollodillo [RKRL] course.
    
    *** 1st planet: Main Planet
    
    In this challenge, you'll have to get 10000 points or more in 2 minutes. How to
    do that? Let's hear the Chimp: "Hey, pal! Say hey, I'm the greatest game player
    in the galaxy. They call me The Chimp. Nice mustache. I've got the high score
    of 10000 on this game here. Pretty simple--just stomp the enemies, then grab
    [Coins]! If you can match or top my score, I'll give you a [Power Star]... And
    some respect. Maybe. So, you game or what?" Choose "Yes". "You're going for
    10000 points! Good luck! You're gonna need it, pal...". Go now, but first read
    the following.
    
    Yep, you have 120 SECONDS (2 minutes) to get 10,000 points. Each enemy you
    stomp, you get 100 points. The second you stomp before touching the ground, you
    receive 200 points. The third, 300 points. The fourth, 300 points again and so
    on. When you've touched the ground, you'll be back to the beggining, earning at
    first 100 points. Each coin you grab, 100 points. It's always a good idea to
    perform Spin Jumps, to fall precisely over a foe's head, getting even more
    points. Grab the Coins after. If you catch Star Bits, 10 points for each one.
    But it's always better to get Coins.
    
    On the first row of Octoombas, go stomping over each one, sault for the Goombas
    and defeat'em all. Go forward and launch yourself on the Sling Star. There are
    a circle of Octoombas here. Try to stomp them all together and then catch the
    Coins. Break the ? Block and grab the Coins from it. There's a 1-Up Mushroom
    over that tree.
    
    Here, the time wasn't problem, but the enough points were a little difficult
    to get - I got 10410 points. "Fantastic! That's 10410 points! You might be an
    amazing rival to my own skill! Here is your [Power Star]!" Let the Chimp speak
    and catch that Power Star, you need it.
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *16
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Lubba will introduce the "sign next to the helm",
    with all the Stars you've collected. "It'll also show ya the whereabouts of
    some other Power Stars, if you're interested." And the Comet Medals you got or
    didn't. Ok, now go to that helm and to the next galaxy, Hightall Falls Galaxy,
    on World 2.
    
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    		[23]	BOWSER JR.'S FIERY FLOTILLA	 		 [BJFY]
    		[23.1]	GOBBLEGUT'S ACHING BELLY - [GRAND] STAR #12	 [GBGT]
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    *** 1st planet: Castle Planet
    
    Here you land on a ship from Bowser Jr.'s Fiery Flotilla! Stomp the Astro
    Goombas and go forward, avoiding the Firebar. Pass below the Thwomp and defeat
    the Magikoopa.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Jump over the Thwomp (I recommend Backward Somersault) and catch the Comet
    Medal above it. Then, go left and spin at the handle, to make the Bowser Jr.'s
    gate open. Watch out for the Dry Bones and keep going to the Sling Star. Launch
    yourself.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Fire Planet
    
    On this fiery planet surrounded by lava, you'll have some Dry Bones to defeat
    and a Tip Network (Hint TV) to watch. It'll teach you how to jump-and-spin
    (Spin Jump).
    
    There's also a Magikoopa forward, and some Firebars. Catch the Life Mushroom
    near one of them. Jump over the upper platforms until you reach the Launch
    Star. Launch yourself from it. Then you'll land on a dangerous boss fight
    planet. Hope you like bosses. =)
    
    *** 3rd planet: Gobblegut's Planet
    
    ---------------
    BOSS: GOBBLEGUT
    ===============
    
    Oh no, not again! Oversized Bowser's son, Bowser Jr., is now here and wants to
    see you dead, as always. Now he has the help of Gobblegut... "Wahaha! Made it
    this far, huh? I won't need my dad's help to finish you off! I got a big
    surprise for you! Ohhhhh, Gobblegut... Dinner's on! Don't forget to protect
    your bellyache bulges!"
    
    Well, Gobblegut is just an oversized dragon that has some bellyache bulges that
    can defeat him. Hit all of them to make Gobblegut die.
    
    Well, he'll attack you two times; on the second one, he'll just dive onto the
    planet and his bulges will stop him for some time, enough for you to hit (spin)
    them! The tip is: hit first the last bulges, 'cause Gobblegut is getting faster
    and angrier the more bulges you hit, so hitting the last ones when he's so
    angry and fast is not a good idea. If you need health, catch one of that coins
    trapped into the ice crystals or on the ground (yellow lights); make these ones
    appear by throwing a Star Bit at it.
    
    After the first bulge hit, he'll get so angry and fast, so do it quickly! Hit
    all more three bellyache red bulges and he'll be defeated! Yep! Boss battle
    won, Bowser Jr. owned! And... GRAND STAR GOTTEN!
    
    
    *****************************YOU GOT A GRAND STAR******************************
    
    			              *12
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Meanwhile, on the Starship... the Grand Star comes on
    and opens a portal to the next world... now Starship Mario can advance to World
    2, with new Galaxies, worlds, enemies and challenges!
    
    "Woo, lookit that! You did it! You brought back a Grand Star! That's great! Now
    we can use the power of that Grand Star to travel to another world! We're one
    step closer to retrieving your special one, buddy! Through space and time to an
    unknown world we go! I'm jiggling just thinking about it! Ready, Captain?"
    
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    			WORLD 2 - SHOOTING THROUGH THE STARS             [WRD2]
    ===============================================================================
    
                 @ - [BDBW]         [WLGD]   -   @
                /		\	 /	      \
    <-- @ - [PZPK]		 @ - {700} = [HYBM] = (16) - [BWLL] - @ -->
                \		/	 \	      /
    	     @ - [HTFL]         [CMCV]   -   @
    
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    		[24]	PUZZLE PLANK GALAXY			 	 [PZPK]
    		[24.1]	BUGABOOM'S BACK - [HIDDEN] STAR #13 		 [BGBM]
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    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    This planet has three Ground Pound Switches and a Tip Network. Go forward on
    the right to watch the Tip Network. It teaches you how to ground pound. There's
    also a ? Block, that you can reach using a Ground Pound Switch that will bounce
    you high to it. It has 10 Star Bits, and is located on the same side of the
    planet than the Tip Network.
    
    On the two extreme sides of this planet, there are two Ground Pound switches.
    Both have 5 Star Bits - together, 10. Go to the center of this planet and
    ground pound at the ground Switch to go to another planet.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Four Switches Planet
    
    Here there are two Wigglers - watch out, do not stomp them! They'll get angry!
    Just spin at them or ground pound near them to make them flip and now you can
    stomp them out of this world!
    
    There are four Ground Pound Switches, too. Let's see what each one does:
    
    - Upper-left Switch: reveal a series of Musical Notes. Catch'em all to make 3
    1-Up Mushrooms appear at the center of this planet.
    - Upper-right Switch: reveal 5 Coins.
    - Bottom-left Switch: reveal 5 Star Bits.
    - Bottom-right Switch: ground pound this one to make a Launch Star appear and
    launch yourself to another planet.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Three Pillars Planet
    
    Guy, you'll really need a few Coins. Ground Pound the left log of wood and
    catch the Coins. Follow the trail of coins, careful for the Grinders, and...
    wow! A Hungry Luma appeared! You'll have to feed her. How many Coins does she
    want? 70 COINS? Oh, you have just 14 for now. What do you do? Catch as many
    Coins as you can, of course! Go clockwise through this side of the planet, pass
    through the lightening bushes to make 4 Coins appear, climb the ladder and
    stomp the Octoomba. You have now 19 Coins. Catch the ? Coin to make 5 normal
    Coins appear. You have 24.
    
    Now go into the green pipe down the ladder. Look! It's a ? Coin bonus level.
    Once you get that ? Coin, you'll have just a few seconds to make a lot of coins
    appear through the ladder. Catch the maximum you can. There are 48 Coins here,
    so you need to catch "just" 46 Coins, so BE FAST, going level-to-level on this
    ladder, first right, so go to the next level, go left, and down to the lower
    level again to get the other coins. Try not to leave any Coins behind. Maybe
    you get 72 Coins for now. Maybe you don't - so, if you don't have 70 Coins at
    least for now, go to the next Star on this same galaxy and walkthrough and do
    it, it's the same course. But you won't have to feed the Luma. When you want,
    come back here to get this tough Star.
    
    If you got 70 Coins, get into the pipe and so go left to the Hungry Luma. Talk
    to it. "I'm so hungry! Will you give me 70 [Coins]? They taste soooo good! If I
    eat 70 [Coins], I might transform!" Select "Yes" and feed her. "Yessss! I've
    got a huge coin craving right now!"
    
    "That's the stuff! I'm so FULL! Wow... I think I'm going to... TRANSFOOOOORM!"
    Wow! The Luma transformed into a new planet! "A new planet was born!" Launch
    yourself at the red Launch Star and go there!
    
    *** 4th and 5th planets: Cloud Flower Planets
    
    On those small planets, checkpoint yourself, catch that Cloud Flower, and go,
    as Cloud Mario, to the second Miniature Planet. Reload your cloud power and go
    to the major planet.
    
    *** 6th planet: Bugaboom's Planet
    
    --------------
    BOSS: BUGABOOM
    ==============
    
    Oh no! It's Bugaboom! That Mandibug-like green boss from SMG (1). Now you'll
    have to defeat her as well as you did, but with Cloud Flowers and not Bee
    Mushrooms. It's almost the same thing, so I bet you, that played the prequel,
    will know how to do that.
    
    If you haven't played, here it comes: this Mandibug-like creature will try to
    bite you at first, so try to GROUND POUND it, using the Cloud Flower when it
    comes below you.
    
    Once ground pounded by the first time, it will use its wings to fly out. Once
    again, use the Cloud Flower power to ground pound it. Watch out for the red
    explosive Eggs it throws out. They can cause some damage.
    
    Now Bugaboom gets angrier and faster - and also red! Try to ground pound this
    fast boss when not sideways in the air, and avoid its Eggs! It'll get sideways
    near you, so go forward to get it well and defeat it!
    
    Oh look, Bugaboom has became a Star. What are you waiting for? It's YOURS!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *13
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Meanwhile, in the World Map you've unlocked more two
    new galaxies, but there's still one Star here in Puzzle Plank! Lubba will talk
    you about a few changes to the World Map and about the new useful Toad - the
    MAIL TOAD! "That Toad came back with you, right? He sure loves delivering mail!
    Go ahead and humor him. Maybe he's got something for you!" Go talk to that
    little Toad.
    
    "Hey Mario! I decided to start delivering mail! And my first letter is for
    you!" Then you're going to receive a letter from Princess Peach.
    
    "Mario:
    
    I am very far away right now. But I'm OK! I know you will come save me!
    
    P.S. I've attached something to this letter. I hope it will be useful...
    								
    									Peach"
    
    "Princess Peach included a 1-Up Mushroom in her letter! Aw... Even when she's
    kidnapped, the princess is so thoughtful! Well, come see me next time there's a
    mail delivery."
    
    You're going to receive many letters from Peach, Rosalina and also invitings
    for you to challenges, and so on. So always go verify the new letters when the
    Mail Toad calls you.
    
    * You can learn more about this new Toad in [13.2] Mail Toad [MAIL] section at
    [13] Useful Toads [TOAD]. *
    
    Well, now go to the World Map. Lubba will present you the ZOOM OUT function,
    or, as it calls that, the Grand World Map. "This is the Grand World Map. With
    the power of the Grand Star, we can travel great distances across space and
    time. Now we can travel to another world whenever you're ready, Captain!"
    
    Now you can travel to the previous or other worlds just by selecting the "Zoom
    Out" button. Click A to go to the world you want. You're in World 2. Now,
    go to the Puzzle Plank Galaxy to another challenge!
    
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    		[24]	PUZZLE PLANK GALAXY			 	 [PZPK]
    		[24.2]	THE PUZZLING PICTURE BLOCK - STAR #14 		 [PCTB]
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    [The first 2 planets, you already know if you've played Hidden Star #13 -
    Bugaboom's Back [BGBM]. So, jump it and go over.]
    
    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    This planet has three Ground Pound Switches and a Tip Network. Go forward on
    the right to watch the Tip Network. It teaches you how to ground pound. There's
    also a ? Block, that you can reach using a Ground Pound Switch that will bounce
    you high to it. It has 10 Star Bits, and is located on the same side of the
    planet than the Tip Network.
    
    On the two extreme sides of this planet, there are two Ground Pound switches.
    Both have 5 Star Bits - together, 10. Go to the center of this planet and
    ground pound at the ground Switch to go to another planet.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Four Switches Planet
    
    Here there are two Wigglers - watch out, do not stomp them! They'll get angry!
    Just spin at them or ground pound near them to make them flip and now you can
    stomp them out of this world!
    
    There are four Ground Pound Switches, too. Let's see what each one does:
    
    - Upper-left Switch: reveal a series of Musical Notes. Catch'em all to make 3
    1-Up Mushrooms appear at the center of this planet.
    - Upper-right Switch: reveal 5 Coins. You'll need some coins, so catch them!
    - Bottom-left Switch: reveal 5 Star Bits.
    - Bottom-right Switch: ground pound this one to make a Launch Star appear and
    launch yourself to another planet.
    
    [Start here.]
    
    *** 3rd planet: Three Pillars Planet
    
    Here, you can go by the easy or difficult ways.
    
    [EASY WAY]
    
    Perform a Triple Jump and spin to reach that Launch Star above you.
    
    [DIFFICULT BUT NICE WAY]
    
    There are two logs of wood here. One reveals some Coins, the other some Star
    Bits. Go to the other side of the planet, careful of Grinders. There's a Hungry
    Luma there, and also a green pipe. Enter it and get the ? Coin; it'll give you
    some time to get 48 Coins. Enter the pipe again and climb up the ladder. Watch
    out for the Octoomba. Ground pound the ladder's upper level, then the second
    level and then the lower one. Go again to the other side of the planet and
    climb up the new ladder to get to the Launch Star and launch yourself out.
    
    *** 4th planet: Wood Planet
    
    In this wooden long planet with a lot of Grinders, you have to go by the wooden
    platforms before the Grinders cut them out.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    HURRY UP to get the Comet Medal in a wooden platform on your left. But watch
    out the Grinders before they cut you. Advance through the platforms, waiting
    for the Grinders to cut the path for you. Wall jump the red wall.
    
    Here, in this green-and-blue level, go forward and fast before the Grinders cut
    your way out. Climb up the blue ladder on your right and continue going,
    careful of the Flipbugs and Slurples. Go to the upper and pink level, go up and
    forward for the brown one. Stay on the center platform and ground pound the
    Mandibug. Forward, go left and ground-pound the Switch. A Sling Star will
    appear and the Grinders will activate. Go to the Star and launch yourself out.
    
    *** 5th planet: Luma Shop Planet
    
    In this small round planet, talk to the Lumalee / Shop Luma to buy a useful
    Mushroom - Life or 1-Up for just 30 Star Bits, if you have it. Once bought, or
    not, go to the Checkpoint Flag and the Launch Star.
    
    *** 6th planet: Mandibug Puzzle Planet
    
    On that wooden planet, you'll have to form the picture of a green Mandibug.
    Just ground pound three times the Switches on the sideways of the planet,
    clockwise. Then a family of Mandibugs will appear out.
    
    -------------------------
    BOSS: COUPLE OF MANDIBUGS
    =========================
    
    Ok, now you'll have to defeat a major Mandibug and its son. When it comes for
    you, jump and ground pound them to make the minor Mandibug die. If you stay for
    a long time on the top of a Mandibug, they'll throw you out.
    
    Once dead, the son's mother and major Mandibug will get angry and red, and also
    faster, and will try to bite you out of this world. Do the same - ground pound
    it to make a Power Star appear. CATCH THAT!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *14
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Hey! You now can procceed to new galaxies. Go there,
    man, go to the World Map! Now, in this walkthrough, we go by the upper path to
    Boulder Bowl Galaxy! Let's a-go!
    
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    		[24]	PUZZLE PLANK GALAXY		 		 [PZPK]
    		[24.3]	PURPLE COIN SHADOW VAULT - [COMET] STAR #33	 [PCSW]
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    PRANKSTER COMET DETECTED!
    
    Here you're in a room with some Purple Coins... and Cosmic Clones, within 1:00 -
    yep, 1 minute. Catch all the Purple Coins in order to get your Star! It's not so
    difficult, come on!
    
    *** 1st planet: Three Pillars Planet
    
    Where are the three pillars? There's no pillar in this course, but it happens
    in that planet. Like that one, you'll have to collect some (I mean, 100) Coins,
    now purple, over the degrees of a ladder. The tip is to go level-by-level here,
    going first on the first level, then in the second, third, and so on. On the
    last one, it's divided into 2 parts. Get first on one of the parts, then long-
    jump to the other one.
    
    You CAN'T miss a Coin, and you must NOT come back to catch, because of the
    Shadow Vaults... I mean, Cosmic Clones. Try to catch them once by going on
    center of the four-group of Coins.
    
    If you miss a Coin behind, go back to catch it at the end, as the Cosmic Clones
    stop appearing once at a while.
    
    Once you've gotten 100 Purple Coins, there it is - THAT GOLDEN STAR! But first
    catch those Star Bits from the Clones...
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *33
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: New Prankster Comet at the very first galaxy in the
    game - Sky Station Galaxy (World 1).
    
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    		[25]	BOULDER BOWL GALAXY			 	 [BDBW]
    		[25.1]	ROCK AND ROLLODILLO - STAR #15	 		 [RKRL]
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    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    In that planet, you'll have to defeat the 3 Elite Octoombas, that throw 2 rocks
    quickly instead of just one, to unlock your new power-up, on that glass cage:
    it's Rock Mushroom, that transforms you into ROCK MARIO! "You transformed into
    Rock Mario! Shake the Wii Remote to roll over your enemies!" And also break
    glasses and crystals. Try it with the rock columns all over the planet, to
    reveal some Star Bits and Coins. Just try not to break the wooden barriers and
    fall off. It serves for all this galaxy, ok?
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Go to that green Toad with a pickaxe. "I'm NEVER going to be able to break this
    thing... I can't believe the captain is making me do this! Grumble grumble..."
    Well, the Toad can't, but Rock Mario can! So roll over it twice to break it off
    and reveal a Comet Medal. Catch it!
    
    Behind the wooden barrier after the Medal and next to a Bill Board, change the
    camera view and catch a 1-Up Mushroom.
    
    Go forward to that vertical bridge and roll next to it to make it go down. Bowl
    over the Pinheads and to the other planet.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Rolling Rocks Planet
    
    Here, first checkpoint yourself and go on your path. Defeat ALL the Octoombas
    and Octoguys, with Rock Mario, and also, if you want, the Boulders. Try not to
    get hit or you'll lose your rock power. If you lose it, there's another
    Mushroom right on an upper platform on the other side you're in. You can also
    break one of that rock columns to reveal, once again, Coins or Star Bits. Once
    you've killed all the foes, launch yourself at the Launch Star, now revealed!
    
    *** 3rd planet: Boulder Planet
    
    Stomp the Elite Octoombas and catch your Rock Mushroom. There are some rock
    columns there, with Goombas inside! Continue forward and you're going to see
    some Incoming Chomps and Boulders. Roll over the Boulders - you can't defeat
    the Chomps for now. There are also more one column with a pipe inside. Enter
    it.
    
    Inside the pipe, there are 6 Chance Cubes. You can roll over them to make
    appear foes, coins or even 1-Up Mushrooms in their place. Go forward and break,
    by rolling twice over it, the pink crystal to reveal a Sling Star. Launch on
    that Star.
    
    *** 4th planet: Yellow Crystal Planet
    
    A planet made of bright crystal with a Luma Shop on it. Talk to Lumalee to buy
    a 1-Up or Life Mushroom to the battle that's coming on. Once you've fed the
    Luma, checkpoint at the Checkpoint Flag and go on the Launch Star.
    
    *** 5th planet: Cage Planet
    
    ----------------
    BOSS: ROLLODILLO
    ================
    
    Oh! What a cute thing! No, it's your boss! Grab the Rock Mushroom and try to
    roll over his blue butt. Hit him!
    
    Oh no... that rocky blue guy's angry... roll over his butt before his butt
    rolls over you! It'll roll around, and hit his butt when he gets dizzy after
    rolling by. Hit him three times and defeat him.
    
    If you need health, grab a Coin or throw a Star Bit at a yellow lighty point
    on the cage to make it appear.
    
    Oh, that was easy, wasn't it? OH, A POWER STAR!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *15
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: You've unlocked, on the World Map, a path for two new
    galaxies and a Hungry Luma. Good, huh? Now you're on the museum at the engine
    room, with the Rock Mushroom. "You seem to have brought back a, whuzzat? A
    rock, huh? Yeah... Good work there, pal... I guess. Well, looks like we got
    the room for it, so I don't mind having it around!"
    
    Now you're gonna talk to the Mail Toad. It has a letter for you.
    
    "Invitation
    
    Hey, remember me? I got a new game over in the *Fluffy Bluff Galaxy*.
    
    Come on by and we'll do the whole introductions thing. I wanna see what kind of
    game skills you got.
    
    								The Chimp"
    
    Oh, the Chimp have sent a letter for us... you can now go to Fluffy Bluff
    Galaxy to see what that crazy tricky monkey wants. On World 1, folks!
    
    In this walkthrough, that Star path is on Fluffy Bluff Galaxy. Come back there:
    *[22.3] The Chimp's Stomp Challenge [CHST] at [22] Fluffy Bluff Galaxy [FYBF]*.
    
    If you don't want now, come back later and continue this walkthrough.
    
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    		[26]	HIGHTALL FALLS GALAXY			 	 [HTFL]
    		[26.1]	SILVER STARS IN HIGHTALL FALLS -
    				[HIDDEN] STAR #17			 [SVHF]
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    *P.S. You'll need 30 Coins for this course. Stomp enemies and grab all the
    Coins you can!*
    
    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    Well, here in this galaxy you'll be presented to the first Yoshi power-up:
    DASH PEPPER, that transforms your dinosaur fellow into Dash Yoshi, a running
    burned red extra-fast Yoshi. First, cross the bridge, careful for the
    Paragoombas. Go ahead, break Yoshi's Egg and hop on his back.
    
    "Climb fast". Grab the "Spicy Pepper", your new power-up, with Yoshi's tongue,
    to climb up the hill easily. Go ahead to the Launch Star, not tilting the
    Control Stick (I mean, go forward).
    
    *** 2nd planet: Giant Ramp Planet
    
    Here, grab the Dash Pepper and climb up the huge ramp. If you hit an obstacle,
    you'll fall down, so watch out.
    
    [Left way:]
    
    You now will have to prove your skills, tilting quickly right and left and
    grabbing another Pepper to climb up to the upper area, where there's Penguru
    and a 1-Up Mushroom. Penguru says: "Your skill has brought you very far...
    Quite a view, is it not? From here, it's clear how important every [Coin] truly
    is." Yep, there's a Hungry Luma ahead.
    
    [Right way:]
    
    The easiest and safest way, just don't tilt the Control Stick and let Yoshi go.
    Just watch out for the Paragoombas. You won't have any coins, though.
    
    [Left to right way:]
    
    That's the way you must go if you want COINS - and they'll be important. Grab
    the ? Coin at the beginning and then tilt a little right to go diagonally and
    catch a lot of Coins. Be careful for the 2 Paragoombas, and perform your path
    to the Launch Star.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Falling Platforms Planet
    
    Pass through the Checkpoint Flag and go forward and quickly, over the grey
    falling platforms. Perform a Flutter Jump to reach the other one, if you're
    falling down. Go forward, grab the Dash Pepper and run over the platforms.
    Press A to jump high between the platforms. Once you've reached the Power Star,
    go right to the flying platform with a Warp Pad (Teleporter). Spin above it to
    go to the [B] Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 4th planet: Bonus Planet
    
    You'll have some seconds to kill seven Paragoombas. Eating them with Yoshi's
    tongue can not be a good idea, since they become Normal Goombas once eaten. So,
    it's easier to stomp them or spin-and-run at them to make the 3 1-Ups appear.
    
    * Back to Falling Platforms Planet *
    
    Go forward and left and launch yourself, at the Launch Star.
    
    *** 5th planet: Slope Planet
    
    Checkpoint yourself and go to the U-turn Slope now as Dash Yoshi. The obstacles
    will not make you fall down on this one, fortunately. Cross the bridge and
    talk to the Hungry Luma that dances about. Feed it 30 Coins.
    
    "If I eat 30 [Coins], I might transform." Press "Yes" and she'll fly to the sky
    and become a grassy planet. "A new planet was born!" Launch yourself by the red
    Launch Star.
    
    *** 6th planet: Grassy Planet
    
    Here you have a lot of Kleptoads that have some Coins and Silver Stars. You can
    stomp them and eat them, but always a new Kleptoad will appear. The right and
    easy way to get all 5 Silver Stars is by eating them and grabbing the Silver
    Stars. Try not to touch them if you're not stomping them - you'll lose health.
    If you need help, grab a Coin from a Kleptoad that holds it. Kleptoads holding
    items will run away from you, so be quick. Kleptoads without items will follow
    you and the items before you grab them. So, QUICK.
    
    Once you have all 5 Silver Stars, they'll transform into a major golden Power
    Star, and the Kleptoads will just go jumping around. Perform your way to the
    Power Star and GET IT.
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *17
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Now, go on your path to the next Star in Hightall
    Falls Galaxy.
    
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    		[26]	HIGHTALL FALLS GALAXY			 	 [HTFL]
    		[26.2]	HOT-STEPPING DASH PEPPER - STAR #18		 [HSDP]
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    [If you've already played course [26.2] Silver Stars on Hightall Falls [SVHF],
    you don't really need to read the first 4 planets content here. It's the same,
    except for here, you won't really need to get Coins.] 
    
    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    Well, here in this galaxy you'll be presented to the first Yoshi power-up:
    DASH PEPPER, that transforms your dinosaur fellow into Dash Yoshi, a running
    burned red extra-fast Yoshi. First, cross the bridge, careful for the
    Paragoombas. Go ahead, break Yoshi's Egg and hop on his back.
    
    "Climb fast". Grab the "Spicy Pepper", your new power-up, with Yoshi's tongue,
    to climb up the hill easily. Go ahead to the Launch Star, not tilting the
    Control Stick (I mean, go forward).
    
    *** 2nd planet: Giant Ramp Planet
    
    Here, grab the Dash Pepper and climb up the huge ramp. If you hit an obstacle,
    you'll fall down, so watch out.
    
    [Left way:]
    
    You now will have to prove your skills, tilting quickly right and left and
    grabbing another Pepper to climb up to the upper area, where there's Penguru
    and a 1-Up Mushroom. Penguru says: "Your skill has brought you very far...
    Quite a view, is it not? From here, it's clear how important every [Coin] truly
    is." Yep, there's a Hungry Luma ahead, but it's not important to get Coins for
    this course.
    
    [Right way:]
    
    The easiest and safest way, just don't tilt the Control Stick and let Yoshi go.
    Just watch out for the Paragoombas.
    
    [Left to right way:]
    
    Grab the ? Coin at the beginning and then tilt a little right to go diagonally
    and catch a lot of Coins. Be careful for the 2 Paragoombas, and perform your
    path to the Launch Star. It's one of the fun ways.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Falling Platforms Planet
    
    Pass through the Checkpoint Flag and go forward and quickly, over the grey
    falling platforms. Perform a Flutter Jump to reach the other one, if you're
    falling down. Go forward, grab the Dash Pepper and run over the platforms.
    Press A to jump high between the platforms. Once you've reached the Power Star,
    go right to the flying platform with a Warp Pad (Teleporter). Spin above it to
    go to the [B] Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 4th planet: Bonus Planet
    
    You'll have some seconds to kill seven Paragoombas. Eating them with Yoshi's
    tongue can not be a good idea, since they become Normal Goombas once eaten. So,
    it's easier to stomp them or spin-and-run at them to make the 3 1-Ups appear.
    
    * Back to Falling Platforms Planet *
    
    Go forward and left and launch yourself, at the Launch Star.
    
    [Start here.]
    
    *** 5th and 6th planets: Slope Planets
    
    Checkpoint at the Flag and go to the U-Turn Slope now as Dash Yoshi. The
    obstacles will not make you fall down on this one, just slow you down for a
    little. Go down, and cross the bridge.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    In this Left Turn Slope, grab the Pepper and climb up the blue slope, to the
    moving platforms. Go right and up, and then, at the pink-colored obstacles,
    grab the Comet Medal. From here, it's very difficult to quickly turn left, so,
    if Yoshi hits an obstacle and falls down, it's important to Flutter Jump
    backwards to land on a safe ground. Go up again and turn left on those
    obstacles, and then down at the blue slope.
    
    Grab the five Flower Grapples to climb up to the other Slope Planet. Then, get
    the Dash Pepper and go on by this Double Slope. Up, then left (careful of the
    pink obstacles!), counterclockwise down and finally right, to that POWER STAR!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *18
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Go to the World Map, call, talk to and feed the Hungry
    Luma that dances about. She's asking for 700 Star Bits. Go to Bank Toad and
    finally feed her with your Star Bits. Yep, she transformed again, into a new
    galaxy. So, what you're waiting for? Fly to that Galaxy, now!
    
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    		[27]	HONEYBLOOM GALAXY			 	 [HYBM]
    		[27.1]	THE SECRET WALL JUMP - [HIDDEN] STAR #19	 [WLJP]
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    *** 1st planet: Honeybloom Planet
    
    In this 2D-3D course, to get that easy Power Star - yeah, EASY! - you have to do
    the following:
    
    Land on the Beanstalk (Magic / Sproutle Vine) and catch the Star Bits that
    appear from each that floating two-leeef green plants, and procceed forward,
    killing that Goomba and wall-jumping to the upper level. Get on the swing and
    swing yourself, high, to the upper-right level, UPPER-RIGHT LEVEL ok? Not
    forward, upwards. On the upper-left level there are 20 Star Bits, if you're
    interested. Jump to that level and spin (Spin Jump). Then use the walls to
    wall-jump ("The Secret Wall Jump") until you reach the top.
    
    Look, a Power Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *19
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: On the World Map, you can now advance through the
    Star (16) Obstacle. So, Lubba will talk you about a new member aboard the
    Starship.
    
    "Looks like we have a bee on board. Keep it away from me! I'm allergic! If I
    get stung, I'll swell right up. I do like watching him, though. Think he knows
    any good bee tricks?"
    
    If you go talk to the Bee, you need to go left, counterclockwise, to a log of
    wood it's on. It'll talk to you: "Bet you'd like to know our secret... When we
    get coins in the air, we can fly farther!" Well, maybe it's not useful... but,
    when the Bee Mario Power-Up is introduced, we'll see how important it can be.
    
    Ok, now, to reveal this power-up, go right to the World Map and back to
    Honeybloom Galaxy!
    
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    		[27]	HONEYBLOOM GALAXY			 	 [HYBM]
    		[27.2]	BUMBLE BEGINNINGS - STAR #20			 [BMBG]
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    *** 1st planet: Honeybloom Planet
    
    Well, the first part I think you've already played, but here it is: go by the
    Beanstalk (Vine), stomp the Goomba, wall-jump up, swing yourself and go forward.
    
    Now, perform a series of wall-jumps, up and forward, then left and - look - a
    Bee Mushroom, your new power-up! Press A to fly by. "You transformed into Bee
    Mario! Hold A to buzz around." You lose the power-up if you touch water.
    
    Continue going right, pass through the Checkpoint Flag and then right again.
    Climb up the clouds and flowers, as Bee Mario, careful for the Choppahs, that
    green spiky guys. If you get hit, you'll lose your bee power.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Now, on your right, across one Choppah, there's a Comet Medal. Get it before
    it's too late! Now, continue flying as Bee Mario. Side-scroll and go up to that
    Vine... er... Beanstalk. Now you have some big fruits with which you can bounce
    higher than ever. You can't climb them up without a Bee Mushroom, though.
    
    If you want, there's a ? Coin on the upper-left area here. Go up and rights, but
    watch out for the Choopahs. Go forward and checkpoint at the Flag. Grab the
    poles and jump by them. There's a Fuzzy in some of them, so stay careful.
    Continue going up, and swing yourself on the Vines and Beanstalks. Go sideways
    and checkpoint yourself.
    
    Some Spiky moving Plants ahead - watch out for the spikes! Also some carnivorous
    plants... I mean, green-and-red flowers that will swallow you, and you'll lose
    health. Continue forward and careful for the killing plants and flowers, until
    you reach a cloud-full area.
    
    Climb up the clouds, careful for the Choppahs, and fly up to that Power Star!!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *20
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Go to the World Map, and then to the tropical island
    on Wild Glide Galaxy!
    
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    		[28]	WILD GLIDE GALAXY			 	 [WLGD]
    		[28.1]	FLUZZARD'S FIRST FLIGHT - STAR #21		 [FZFF]
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    *** 1st planet: Wild Glide Planet
    
    Here you're gonna fly over this wild paradise, on Fluzzard, that big bird. Talk
    to the center Jibberjay to learn about how to fly on Fluzzard. "How 'bout it?
    How 'bout it? Fluzzard! Wanna know how to glide?" You can also learn it at
    [8.3] Mario and Luigi Moves [MLMV] at [8] Controls and Moves [CTMV].
    
    It's important to now you don't go upwards, so maintain above the gates you're
    gonna have to pass through. You need to hold your Remote as Fluzzard's body,
    and you won't use the Nunchuk. If you point the Wiimote down, Fluzzard's gonna
    nosedive, being a lot faster, but be careful.
    
    Yep, there are 5 gates here, and, if you pass through them, the glass cage
    around the Comet Medal at the end of the course will break off, so you can
    catch the Medal.
    
    On this tropical awesome island, you'll have to get through the five gates and,
    finally, by the big sun circle at the end, in 1:30. "If you glide through the
    big sun circle at the end of the forest, you win! Win! But it won't be easy!"
    
    Fly over and gently pass through the first gate, right on front of you. There's
    another gate on your left and downwards, so nose dive and go left gently.
    Remember: if you get hit, you can lose health or die instantly. So try to pass
    not too much fast. Now go right through the end of this cove, and there will be
    another gate waiting for ya. Just nosedive to pass through this one.
    
    There are coin bubbles on the air, so, if you've lost health, catch them. For
    now, there's a hole on the mountain in front of you with a 1-Up Mushroom. Try
    to get it. Be careful with those spiky lianas: if you hit them, you're gonna
    die. It's better to pass above them, to reach easily that fourth gate.
    
    Now you have two holes on that rocky wall. Think the right one is easier,'cause
    it's wider and easier to dodge the crystals and obstacles, but the end's the
    same: some crossed crystals you'll have to dodge.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Nosedive to pass through that fifth gate, and then go up and try to reach that
    Comet Medal. Then, just fly through the big sun circle.
    
    It's not easy to pass through the gates, dodge the obstacles and walls, and it
    really need some practice. So, don't matter if you're not getting there and go
    over the next Star.
    
    "You flew! You flew! Even Fluzzard looks happy! Happy! Here! Take this [Power
    Star]! Nice flying!" Here it is - CATCH THAT!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *21
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Go to the World Map, and then to Cosmic Cove Galaxy!
    
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    		[29]	COSMIC COVE GALAXY			 	 [CMCV]
    		[29.1]	CATCH THAT STAR BUNNY - [HIDDEN] STAR #22	 [STBY]
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    *** 1st planet: Cosmic Cove Planet
    
    On the sandy place you land, there are a Penguin trainer, a Koopa Troopa and a
    Tip Network. The Penguin trainer warns you about the swimming exercise. "Oh, hey
    there! Everyone is out doing their swimming drills right now." The Tip Network
    teaches you how to "swim like a pro". Watch its tips.
    
    * You can know more about swim moves in section [8.2] Mario and Luigi Moves
    [MLMV] at [8] Controls and Moves [CTMV] content. *
    
    You can practice some swimming skills right now, but the faster way to the Star
    is by jumping on that Koopa Troopa, grabbing that Koopa Shell and swim over.
    There are some Snoodles underwater, just light them to defeat'em. Also some
    Cheep-Cheeps on the surface. There's a Sling Star forward - you can launch
    yourself there, and up, to get some Star Bits on the circle above.
    
    You need to get some coins (15), and there are 3 on this first area of the
    planet. They're above one of the yellow-and-red platforms that float just next
    to some Penguins and Cheep-Cheeps.
    
    Pass by the cove, with some Snoodles and a Urchin, and also more 3 Coins inside
    bubbles. Dodge the foes.
    
    Swim forward and catch that ? Coin to make 6 normal Coins appear. Catch'em all.
    You should have 12 Coins for now. Inside bubbles, there are more 2 Coins. On
    the platforms, more three. On a Coin ring on water, 6. You can get even more
    Coins by stomping the Skeeters, but I think you already have 15.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    The Comet Medal is located inside a green, huge shell next to the platform
    Penguru's on. Catch it.
    
    Now go to the Hungry Luma, over one of the circle platforms. Talk to it.
    "TRANSFOOOOORM!" - that's how she transforms into a new planet, leaving a
    Launch Star behind. Launch yourself.
    
    *** 2nd and 3rd planets: Star Bunny Planet
    
    In this round full-of-water dangerous planet, pass by the Checkpoint Flag and
    talk to the Star Bunny. "Think you can catch me? I'd like to see you try it!
    Boiyoing!" - Yep, ya need to catch that Star Bunny if you wanna see your star.
    
    First, kill all the Skeeters on the planet to make your challenge easier. Try
    not to fall down to the Black Hole. You should break some crystals, too.
    
    Now, go to the ! Ground Pound Switch on the ground and ground-pound it to freeze
    the planet. Ice-skate and try to get that lightened bunny. When ice-skating, try
    not to fall down to the Black Hole. When approaching the Star Bunny, spin to get
    it. And, the freezing effect will be over in some seconds, so be fast - but it
    shouldn't be so difficult.
    
    * How to ice-skate? See section [8.2] Mario and Luigi Moves [MLMV] at [8]
    Controls and Moves [CTMV] content to know about. *
    
    "OK, OK! You caught me! Here -- take this [Power Star]! Boiyoing! Boiyoing!"
    CATCH THAT POWER STAR, now!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *22
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Go, once again, to the World Map, and then back to
    Cosmic Cove Galaxy!
    
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    		[29]	COSMIC COVE GALAXY			 	 [CMCV]
    		[29.2]	TWIN FALLS HIDEAWAY - STAR #23			 [TWFS]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    [If you've caught Star #22 in this walkthrough, the Hidden Star from Cosmic Cove
    Galaxy, the first paragraphs here are pretty the same. Jump to the "Start here"
    sign.]
    
    *** 1st planet: Cosmic Cove Planet
    
    On the sandy place you land, there are a Penguin trainer, a Koopa Troopa and a
    Tip Network. The Penguin trainer warns you about the swimming exercise. "Oh, hey
    there! Everyone is out doing their swimming drills right now." The Tip Network
    teaches you how to "swim like a pro". Watch its tips.
    
    * You can know more about swim moves in section [8.2] Mario and Luigi Moves
    [MLMV] at [8] Controls and Moves [CTMV] content. *
    
    You can practice some swimming skills right now, but the faster way to the Star
    is by jumping on that Koopa Troopa, grabbing that Koopa Shell and swim over.
    There are some Snoodles underwater, just light them to defeat'em. Also some
    Cheep-Cheeps on the surface. There's a Sling Star forward - you can launch
    yourself there, and up, to get some Star Bits on the circle above.
    
    [Start here:]
    
    Pass by the cove, with some Snoodles and a Urchin. Dodge them. On your right
    there's another Sling Star that launches you up so you can catch the Star Bits
    from two circles. Launch and you'll land near some Skeeters floating on the
    water and Penguru, that talks: "Eh? What's all this about? You are searching
    for a [Power Star]? Ahhh. Hmm. Well...all I can tell you is that you will need
    the power to climb waterfalls. It is possible..." - Yep, you're gonna have to
    CLIMB - I mean, wall-jump up - those twin waterfalls. Let's see it later.
    
    Near the platform with the Hungry Luma, there's a ladder leading to the top of
    that castle. Ground Pound the Switch to make all that water freeze out. "Yippie!
    It's frozen solid! Use [Control Stick] and shake [Wiimote] to start ice-
    skating!"
    
    Now all the water is frozen, EVEN THE WATER THAT FALLS FROM THE TWIN WATERFALLS,
    ice-skate there and wall-jump up the waterfalls.
    
    *** 2nd and 3rd planets: Twin Falls Planets
    
    Go on the left planet and - look - a Power Star trapped into that ice crystal.
    Break it - spin at it twice - and catch the Power Star at the right planet!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *23
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Go to the World Map, and then, once again, go to
    Cosmic Cove Galaxy!
    
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    		[29]	COSMIC COVE GALAXY			 	 [CMCV]
    		[29.3]	EXPLORING THE COSMIC CAVERN - STAR #24		 [EXCN]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    *** 1st planet: Cosmic Cove Planet
    
    You land at that same sandy ground, now with a Luma trapped inside a force field
    - the Penguin trainer says: "This little guy's trapped in there, so everyone's
    out looking for the key! Find the key!" - Yep, you know what to do, don't ya?
    
    Above the frozen water, there's a new foe: lots of Li'l Brrrs. Spin at them to
    kill'em. Then enter the green pipe.
    
    *** 2nd "planet": Cosmic Cavern
    
    Here, ground-pound at the Brick Blocks and go down the slide to a water body,
    on this sidescrolling (2D) planet. Go forward, dodge the falling bubbles and
    wall-jump up; left, a ? Block full of Star Bits; and right, a Spiky Plant and
    a Checkpoint Flag.
    
    Dive to the water, left, and, careful for the Spiky Plants, down and then right.
    Spin at the switch on the extreme right, and then go down, watching out for the
    Gringills. Try not to be bitten out, and, if they bite you, grab a Coin.
    Continue going down and enter the green pipe.
    
    *** 3rd "planet": Water Maze
    
    On these platforms, checkpoint yourself, go up to the water body (careful!
    Jellyfish around!), and then upwards. Continue right, and grab that 1-Up
    Mushroom below that up-and-down moving Minefish. Then fall into a body on that
    circle body of water, and go counterclockwise back.
    
    On the other body o'water, try to go up and left, jumping on the Paragoomba to
    the next body of water. Go up to that Penguin. There's now a moving body of
    water, so try to enter it while it's left, and then following it, inside it, to
    the right. Pass to the next moving body of water, and then up to the next up-
    and-down moving body. Jump to get the key and enter, after the Star Bit-made
    yellow Luma, the green pipe, on your right (on the platform).
    
    * Back to the Cosmic Cove Planet *
    
    Look, the Luma's not trapped anymore! Penguin trainer: "This little guy is going
    to be OK, thanks to you! Nice going!". Talk to the little Luma: "Whew! Thanks!
    It was more humid in there than you'd think. So happy to be free!" Now the
    Luma transforms into a Launch Star. Launch yourself.
    
    *** 4th "planet": Starshroom
    
    In this Toad starship, the Captain will talk about his vacation and warn you
    about the Power Star. "Some vacation! I can't go swimming because everything is
    frozen! Grrr... OH! Mario?! I didn't even see you there! I've been, um...
    working hard on this mission to help you find [the Power Star]! OH, LOOK!
    There's a [Power Star] over there! Yep, I knew it all along! Heheh..." Pass
    through the Checkpoint Flag on the top o'the Starshroom and then launch yourself
    out.
    
    *** 5th planet: Star Planet
    
    On this side of the planet, full of Fizzlits, dodge them and dig around, with
    the Spin Drill, in the little square (one of them) of dirt in front of the
    center of this side, to get a 1-Up Mushroom, and then at the CENTER of that
    "("-shaped left dirt, to get to the other side of the planet. Here there are
    some Mecha-Koopas and the Star.
    
    Defeat one of the Mecha-Koopas (which one? try it yourself!) to get a key that
    opens the force field cage, and then dig at that dirt ground to make a lot of
    water appear around the planet, and swim to reach the platform with the Power
    Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *24
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Lubba talks about the new member aboard the Starship:
    a Penguin. "Hrm. A sassy penguin on board a spaceship...? That's a new one on
    me! Well, he seems to want a word with you. I wouldn't keep that one waiting."
    The Penguin will talk about swim skills: "Shake [Wii Remote] when you're in the
    water for a burst of speed! A lot of penguins don't know that..."
    
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    		[30]	BOWSER'S LAVA LAIR		 		 [BWLL]
    		[30.1]	BOWSER'S BIG LAVA POWER PARTY - [GRAND] STAR #25 [BLPP]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    As the Luma warns, "I sense a Grand Star ahead. The way is dangerous, though. Be
    careful!" Advance to the Magikoopa that launches Burn Bits at you, and then a
    Pull Star will appear. Grab it and then spin on midair to go to another planet.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Cyllindrical Planet
    
    In this one you have to jump over the lava to the wooden platforms that float
    about, dodging the Podoboo-like fireballs. Procceed and Ground Pound at the
    Switch / Springboard.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Fireball Planet
    
    Another cyllindrical-shaped planet full of fireballs. Dodge the fireballs and go
    to the moving platforms above the lava, trying NOT to touch it, and to grab the
    Mushrooms on the path of the platforms: 1-Up and Life Mushrooms. Dodge the other
    row of fireballs, and break the crystal to reveal a Launch Star. Launch yourself
    outta that planet.
    
    *** 4th planet: Lava Planet One
    
    In this planet full of lava, checkpoint and watch the hint from the Tip Network.
    It talks about the spin jump. "To get some extra height, spin in midair! You can
    also spin to land and time your jumps perfectly!" Do what you see on the Flimps,
    spin-jumping over them and avoiding the fireballs. On the left Flimp there's a
    1-Up Mushroom. If you get flipped outta the Flimps, just spin-jump to get back
    over it. On the platform with the Hammer Bro., avoid the hammers he throws and
    defeat him to reveal a Sling Star you'll launch on.
    
    On this lower level of the planet, go clockwise through the firebars, and catch
    the ? Coin on the top of the center platform to reveal a row of coins. You'll
    receive a 1-Up if ya catch'em all. Ground-pound the Switch forward to a platform
    with some Dry Bones. Jump over the three Flimps - the first and the last ones
    have ? Blocks on their path - and advance to the green platform with electric
    fences and Whomps. Ground-pound them to continue your path - on your left there
    is a rock platform with a single Dry Bones. Ground Pound the Meteor to get a
    Coin, if you need it.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Over the second Whomp, there's the Comet Medal. Wall jump on the Whomp, or
    perform a Backward Somersault or Triple Jump to grab it.
    
    On the platform with the Luma that says: "A meteorite! You can ground-pound it
    to break down the door!" do what she says (ground-pound it at its center; if you
    miss the door a new Meteor will appear), the door will open and you'll be able
    to advance.
    
    *** 5th planet: Lava Planet Two
    
    Checkpoint at the Flag and go forward. Watch out, Mattermouths! They eat the
    ground, revealing a Black Hole; you can jump on their hungry heads to stun them
    for a while; do not get hit or you can lose your Comet Medal! There are 4 of
    them, and also a 1-Up Mushroom on the midway path of the ground they eat.
    
    Now, you meet the purple Snake Blocks - they walk over the lava ground, so walk
    with them by the way. There will be some fireballs, firebars (with a Life
    Mushroom above the center platform) and a Magikoopa that make Burn Bits appear.
    Go forward to the 4-block Snake Block ahead. Stay somewhat behind the front of
    those Blocks, 'cause, as the Luma warns, the Bowser statues will make electric
    barriers appear on your path. Stay careful and advance.
    
    There will be now two Hammer Bros. Just dodge them - or kill'em, if you want -
    to go to the Meteorite area. On the left pole next to it, there's a Life
    Mushroom. Ground-pound the meteorites that appear to break all three rock
    barriers and reveal the portal to your boss battle. =)
    
    *** 6th planet: Bowser Throne Planet
    
    In this star-shaped planet, Oversized Bowser waits you, and wants to fight out
    and stomp you out of this world (like always). Yep, you'll have to hit him three
    times to make the Grand Star appear... I mean, defeat him.
    
    "Bwahaha! You showed up! Look at you, running around like a little flea on a
    puny planetoid. Know what isn't puny? My massive new power... The power to
    flatten you like a space pancake!" Then Bowser jumps to you and the boss battle
    starts, at another planet.
    
    *** 7th planet: Bowser Battle Planet
    
    ------------
    BOSS: BOWSER
    ============
    
    On this first battle with the ultimate boss of Mario games, Bowser, he'll try to
    stomp you, hit you with his hand or fire breath, and hitting you with some
    yellow Meteorites. Yep, YELLOW METEORITES. You can ground-pound them, aiming at
    Bowser's shell or Bowser himself, to hit him once.
    
    The highlighted spots on the ground show where the Meteors will fall, where
    Bowser's hand will get grove to the ground, and the area near Bowser's fiery
    breath.
    
    At first, he'll use his voice to make Meteors fall down from the sky. Get away,
    waiting for Bowser's hand to aim to kick you outta this world, and then quickly
    go back to the Meteors, and ground-pound them at the center to hit Bowser.
    
    He'll do it another time, and do the same you did. P.S.: if you need health,
    walk over one of that small rocks to reveal a Coin.
    
    Hit twice, Bowser's going to get angry - he doesn't wanna be kicked off again,
    does he?
    
    Now Bowser's stronger: he'll make the Meteors fall, just like the previous times
    - but now, after the Meteorites fall, he'll launch his fire breath. Scape from
    it dodging around the Meteors. Once his hand's lifted up, go away and back to
    the Meteorites and ground-pound it one more time.
    
    Now, do that one more time, and... look, Bowser had swallowed the Grand Star,
    now it can be back to your own hands!
    
    * Back to Bowser Throne Planet *
    
    Now you're back and BOWSER'S DEFEATED - for now, just for now. "RAWWRRG... Now I
    remember why you're my archnemesis. You're so annoyingly hard to squish! Good
    thing I win anyway! HAH! While we've been playing, my master plan has moved on
    to the next phase. Tough luck, Mario!" Then he's going to disappear into midair
    - and the Grand Star will fall down from heaven.
    
    WHAT YOU'RE WAITING FOR? GET THAT GRAND STAR - NOW! "Huh! Howuh! Yahoo!"
    
    *****************************YOU GOT A GRAND STAR******************************
    
    			              *25
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: The big shiny Grand Star comes to the Starship, and so
    it opens a portal to the next world.
    
    "Well how about that?! You fought a giant monster and then he turned tail and
    ran off, right? Well then... Let's get on after him! With the power of this
    Grand Star, we can keep going through time and space, no problem! So it sounds
    like your special one is still with that monster, eh?y Well, let's not just sit
    around gettin' older! Let's get goin', Captain!" - And so you go!!
    
    WORLD 3 IS OPENED! "Wow! An entirely new world! Looks like the path splits up
    ahead. Hey, don't look at me! The captain makes the choices, am I right?" - Yep,
    the path splits up ahead - you have 2 paths to follow by, to be able to pass
    through a Star (28) Obstacle. You have 25, right? But here, before you advance
    to the final battle, just after the pipe through the Star Obstacle, you can get
    more some Stars, just more than 3. And, of course, you're gonna need those Power
    Stars if you want, ya know, ADVANCE through the game for... maybe... new
    challengers ... I won't spoil it now, but HERE WE GO!
    
    Go to the first upper challenge, TALL TRUNK GALAXY!
    
    ===============================================================================
    		WORLD 3 - THE FAR REACHES OF THE UNIVERSE	         [WRD3]
    ===============================================================================
    
     	 [TTNK]  -  @  - [HTHL] - {1000} = [BTBK]
    	 /		   |
    <-- @ - @ - (28) - %A      |	         %A  -  @ - [BJFS] - @ -->
    	 \		   |
    	 [CDCT]  -  @  - [FZFK]  -   @   - [RGMP]
    
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    		[31]	TALL TRUNK GALAXY			 	 [TTNK]
    		[31.1]	THE FLOTACIOUS BLIMP FRUIT - STAR #26 		 [BPFT]
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    *** 1st planet: Tree Planet
    
    Under this tall, tall tree, you'll be introduced to a new Yoshi Power-Up! Yep.
    But first, go down to get Yoshi and defeat the Scuttlebugs and the Flipbug and
    the Goomba (both trapped inside crystals); then, break the other crystals to
    reveal some Star Bits, Coins and even a 1-Up Mushroom. Go up again, avoid the
    hanging Scuttlebug and spin at the Warp Pad to teleport you to the Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 2nd planet: Bonus Planet
    
    Here, you must kill the 7 Piranha Plants to reveal 3 1-Ups. As Mario (Yoshi will
    delay you), spin-and-stomp the Piranhas to get the 1-Ups within the short time.
    
    * Back to Tree Planet *
    
    Get Yoshi again, and grab that blue, round, strange, blimp fruit, next to the
    Whittle (wooden guy), to make Yoshi a balloon that can float up. Use it to reach
    the upper platforms, to the treetop. You can press A to hold Yoshi's breath (it
    makes easy to go sideways), and spin to revert the balloon effect. To reach too
    high platforms, float higher with Yoshi's Flutter Jump.
    
    First, tilt left to go to that upper platform with another Blimp Fruit. Then go
    to the right, on a platform with another Blimp Fruit. Try always to reach
    platforms with a Blimp Fruit on it. Float extremely left, to the platform with a
    hanging Scuttlebug (be careful!), for a Life Mushroom, or right for the Launch
    Star.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Log Planet
    
    Here you can see how sad is deforestation. On that giant log of wood
    sidescrolling planet, go down to a 1-Up, then fall "down", and grab the Blimp
    Fruit on that starting platform and float left to reach a green pipe. Enter it
    to an area with some Chance Cubes, with which you can catch 3 1-Ups if you're
    lucky. Go right by the wooden logs, careful for that Paragoomba, until you
    reach another Blimp Fruit.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Instead of grabbing that ? Coin, first float, within the Blimp Fruit, left to
    get that Comet Medal. Go back to that same platform with a Blimp Fruit, and now
    float up to get the ? Coin, and grab another Blimp Fruit, in midair, to reach
    the upper level.
    
    Did you see that Star Chip? Go down, on your right, and adjust your falling to
    get your first Star Chip. Fall over a moving log, and then grab that Blimp Fruit
    to get the second Chip, just below that Spiky Plant. Spin quickly, don't get
    hit. Fall to the right and grab the third Star Chip just left. You'll fall on a
    grassy platform, then jump left to get your fourth.
    
    Fall down and prepare to your most difficult Chip. While on a moving log, grab a
    Blimp Fruit, go right, grab another Fruit, and go left to the center of that
    inverse U-shaped platform to get the last Chip. Launch yourself on the new
    Launch Star.
    
    *** 4th planet: Trunk Wheel Planet
    
    Look! The Power Star! How do I get there... Oh, can't break this... Ok, just
    wait until you can catch it, right? Checkpoint and go right on this piece of
    deforestat... er... planet. Fall down and counterclockwise on this wheel-shaped
    planet, stomp the Goomba and go left and up by the ladder. Float to the right to
    get another Blimp Fruit.
    
    Here, while floating, get on that platform on your left, grab another Fruit with
    Yoshi's tongue and go right-left and up to another platform, on your right (spin
    to get there without being hit). Can you hear that Star shiny sound? (I dunno
    how a sound can be shiny, but you know what I'm talking about.) It's the Star,
    right above ya. But, first, grab that Blimp Fruit and go up, left to avoid the
    Spiky Plant, then right to avoid the Paragoomba, grab the other Blimp Fruit, and
    continue to go up (left to Blimp Fruit) and stay in the center to get that shiny
    thing... oops! It's the Star! YOU GOT IT!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *26
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: You unlocked a new galaxy. Lubba talks to you about a
    new green pipe next to Mario's... uh, Starship Mario's left (or right, for you)
    ear. "You've got a new friend here... A friend with something special for ya! If
    you want to check it out, just head down that pipe over there."
    
    Down that pipe, there's a circus area with a Chance Cube blue Luma. Call it to
    give a spin (just ONE, uh?) on that Chance Cube, with the price of 30 Star Bits.
    Then you can, luckily, reveal a Star Bit, one, three or even five 1-Ups. But, I
    think you should not spend your Star Bits here (Hungry Lumas ahead!); wait for
    the next Luma, that will appear soon here, to change some Coins for five spins.
    Yep, it's better.
    
    Once you've visited that Luma fellow, go back to the wheel and fly through time
    and space back to Tall Trunk Galaxy!
    
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    		[31]	TALL TRUNK GALAXY			 	 [TTNK]
    		[31.2]	TALL TRUNK'S BIG SLIDE - STAR #27 		 [SLDE]
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    *** 1st planet: Tree Planet
    
    Here you won't have to go up the tree with Blimp Fruits, but with liana swings.
    But, first you would like to go down the tree to meet Scuttlebugs, a Goomba, a
    Flipbugs, and some crystals with Star Bits, Coins and a 1-Up, but WITHOUT Yoshi.
    On the tree basis, there's a Warp Pad that leads to the same Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 2nd planet: Bonus Planet
    
    Here, you must kill the 7 Piranha Plants to reveal 3 1-Ups. As Mario (Yoshi will
    delay you), spin-and-stomp the Piranhas to get the 1-Ups within the short time.
    
    * Back to Tree Planet *
    
    Swing up, on the three swings, to reach the Launch Star.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Trunk Slide Planet
    
    On this happy and difficult slide, just "Slide! Never quit!", as the Whittle
    says. After the Checkpoint Flag, they also warn you about those Spinies and ask:
    "Be brave. Jump in." Well, DO THAT.
    
    (This slide is not easy. You should die on your first attempt, so, just
    PRACTICING can help you here - and this walkthrough, of course.)
    
    Warning! Read this before you slide:
    	- Always you get hit, grab a Coin. There are many enemies here, and it's
    not easy to dodge them.
    	- Jumping over enemies and obstacles is always the best choice. Over
    gaps, it can be nice to spin-jump.
    
    On this Princess Secret Slide remix-soundtracked happy wooden slide, go right,
    avoiding the Spinies, and enter the green covered area. You can challenge
    gravity here, going "up" and "down" free. Just avoid (spin-jump over) the Spiky
    Plant rows, and the Wiggles. There's also a 1-Up Mushroom between two Spiky
    Plants.
    
    Remember: always you are on the opposite side of a planet that leads to a non-
    covered area of the slide, SPIN-JUMP.
    
    After that area, there's a non-covered part of the slide with no fences on the
    right and Spiky Plant rows. Jump over the Spiny to another covered area. Here,
    avoid the holes on the ground, go to the other "side" of the planet, if you
    wanna, to grab that 1-Up Mushroom, and then reverse on the planet, and dodge the
    red Wiggle.
    
    Here, there's a yellow Wiggle walking around. After it, tilt right not to fall
    down. Jump over (or spin-jump, to go farther) the gap on the slide, and stay
    left, avoiding the red Wigglers. Don't worry, you've almost finished.
    
    On this other covered area, avoid and jump over the Spiky rows, going right, to
    jump over two difficult gaps (stay on the exact center and don't tilt the
    Control Stick, to not to get hit by the Spiky Plants; if you get hit, you'll
    fall down the gap and the bottomless pit). Now, continue left and on the center,
    to reach a tiny platform forward.
    
    Here, on the last and tough covered area, avoid the Spiky rows AND the red
    Wigglers, especially the two at the end. Then, jump over the row of Spiky Plants
    to get away from this tough but funny slide.
    
    *** 4th planet: Goal Planet
    
    You got it! I just can't believe! Well, before the deserved Power Star, get that
    1-UP MUSHROOM just behind the tree on this planet. "We judge you. Very brave."
    
    Talk to the triangular-shaped head Whittle wooden guy to get the Star from
    Whittle tribe. "Here is symbol of courage. Take [Power Star]!"
    
    Here it is - "Bravery symbol. Yours." - take that Star, 'cos "THIS IS FOR YOU!"
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *27
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: Lubba talks you about the new friend you brought back
    to the spaceship: "Looks like you brough back a Whittle with you! I love those
    guys! I think he wants to talk to you about Comet Medals. Go give him a listen.
    Shouldn't take long." Go talk to it.
    
    "Collect many [Comet Medals]? Comet arrive! First time in galaxy... Always one
    [Comet Medal] somewhere! Look hard. Find!" WELL, for while no Comets here. For
    while. Wait and I'll explain it to you. Now, go to the other galaxy - Cloudy
    Court - to get more Comet Medals, and, of course!, Stars.
    
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    		[32]	CLOUDY COURT GALAXY			 	 [CDCT]
    		[32.1]	SILVER STARS ON THE PURPLE POND -
    					[HIDDEN] STAR #28 		 [PRPD]
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    This secret Star requires 30 Coins, you'll feed a Hungry Luma. So, try to get
    the max number o'Coins, ok? You need every coin - it doesn't mean you'll have to
    kill yourself each time you miss a Coin, but it means you have to try to get 30
    Coins. Want numbers? Miss max of 5 Coins.
    
    *** 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th planets: Starting Planets
    
    On the very first planet, you can catch three Coins max: two above the clouds,
    and also one if you STOMP - look, STOMP, not run at - the Flaptack when it's
    stunned. Grab the Cloud Flower and go jumping wisely through the platforms to
    get another Flower, and so on. From the first platform, jump right to reach a
    Cloud that goes sideways, and also grab a Life Mushroom there. There are 4 Coins
    on the second platform.
    
    (P.S.: While jumping across platforms or high, Backward Somersaults and Long
    Jumps are the best choices!)
    
    Grab another Cloud Flower and defeat the Paragoomba, over a Block, to get the
    Coins (STOMP it, right?). There's a ? Coin ahead, up there, with which you can
    get more Coins, if you jump high to catch'em. Go back to the platform with the
    Cloud Flower, grab it and advance.
    
    *** 5th planet: Fan Planet
    
    Stomp the Paragoomba, with your cloudmaking power. As the Whittle says, use the
    wind from that giant fan to ride your cloud to the left. You should have now 15
    Coins.
    
    *** 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th planets: Instrument Planets
    
    Here, go up the resounding instruments and try to stomp that Goomba. Go up and
    grab more two Coins ahead and the Cloud Flower; make a Cloud appear to go to the
    upper instrument planet, and then stomp the other Goomba, and grab the ? Coin to
    reveal some extra Coins. Jump on the last planet, ground-pound its center to
    make some Star Bits appear, and launch off.
    
    *** 13th planet: Vent Planet
    
    Checkpoint. Here - there's the Hungry Luma. She wants 30 Coins - if you have it,
    call the Luma. If you don't, procceed on the walkthrough to the next course
    (just start from the sign "Start here" and go over), and don't forget to come
    back here after!
    
    Well, call the Luma and feed her with 30 Coins. Then she transfooooorms... into
    another planet.
    
    *** 14th planet: Purple Pond Planet
    
    In this deadly purple pond, you have to dodge, by the clouds, the purple poison,
    and also avoid some enemies... this course's difficult, especially 'cause you
    CAN'T get hit while on the clouds, or you'll die on the purple pond. Hope you
    enjoy it. =)
    
    (P.S.: try to JUMP by the clouds, not to walk over them or you can fall down on
    a gap between two of them!)
    
    Here comes the path for you to follow! It's not mandatory to follow this path to
    get the Star, but I think it's the safest and the easiest too.
    
    Well, first checkpoint and grab the Cloud Flower, and go forward and right by
    the clouds, jump (it's better to long-jump), grab the first Silver Star, and...
    oh no, Cosmic Clones! Avoid'em! Continue right and forward, dodge the Paragoomba
    and grab your second Silver premium. Look -- another Clone emerged from that
    Star... oh, but continue getting them...
    
    Jump now left, go down, avoid the Paragoomba and go left to a single cloud with
    another Silver Star. Long-jump forward to get another Cloud Flower. Go now
    forward, and get the fourth Silver Star on the upper point. Long-jump and create
    a Cloud, back and left, to reach a lower cloud platform, and so go left again to
    your last Silver Star!
    
    LOOK -- a Power Star appeared on the starting platform! "Bravo! You did it!"
     
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *28
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: A new galaxy is unlocked for you, and the Star (28)
    Obstacle is over. There's still another Star to catch on Cloudy Court, though.
    
    "Hey, Bro! Everyone left me behind! I had to hustle to get up here! So, hey,
    guess what! I decided to look for Power Stars too! If you see me out there, come
    say hi! I can help you save the universe!" - It's Luigi speaking, your all-time
    Bro that now rises on Starship Mario, right from Mushroom Kingdom!
    
    But he's also envious - "I want to look for Power Stars too! If you see me out
    there in one of the galaxies, say hello! If anyone saves the universe, it's
    gonna be me!" - Yep, you can also play as Luigi in some galaxies. Who knows what
    happens after it? Hum...
    
    Go right for Cloudy Court Galaxy, why not?
    
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    		[32]	CLOUDY COURT GALAXY			 	 [CDCT]
    		[32.2]	HEAD IN THE CLOUDS - STAR #29	 		 [HDCL]
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    *** 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th planets: Starting Planets
    
    Oh! Luigi! Yep, Luigi's on the course - your all-time Bro. Talk to it: "Hey,
    Bro! You're looking for a [Power Star] around here, huh? You want me to take
    over for a little while?" *You can play as Luigi!* "You want to switch, Bro?"
    If you press OK and get the Star as Luigi, a new challenge, with NO REWARD, will
    appear in the galaxy: the Ghost challenge. Luigi also jumps higher but has less
    traction than Mario.
    
    * See [12.2] Ghosts [GHST] section at [12] Cosmic Guide and Ghosts [CGGH]
    content to know more about those Staff Ghosts. *
    
    [If you've already played Silver Stars on the Purple Pond Hidden Star course,
    you don't really have to read the following, until "Start here" signal.]
    
    On the very first planet, kill the Flaptack and grab the Cloud Flower, going
    jumping wisely through the platforms to get another Flower, and so on. From the
    first platform, jump right to reach a Cloud that goes sideways, and also grab a
    Life Mushroom there.
    
    (P.S.: While jumping across platforms or high, Backward Somersaults and Long
    Jumps are the best choices!)
    
    There's a ? Coin ahead, up there, with which you can get some Coins, if you jump
    high to catch'em. Go back to the platform with the Cloud Flower, grab it and
    advance.
    
    *** 5th planet: Fan Planet
    
    Watch out for the Paragoomba; as the Whittle says, use the wind from that giant
    fan to ride your cloud to the left.
    
    *** 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th planets: Instrument Planets
    
    Here, go up the resounding instruments and be careful for the Goombas. Go up and
    grab the Cloud Flower; make a Cloud appear to go to the upper instrument planet,
    and grab the ? Coin to reveal some extra Coins. Jump on the last, cymbal-shaped
    planet, ground-pound its center to make some Star Bits appear, and so launch
    off.
    
    [Start here:]
    
    *** 13th planet: Vent Planet
    
    Checkpoint, grab the Flower and ride the wind up, by the platforms, to the next
    planet. Hungry Luma's also here; but you have already fed her! (Didn't you?)
    
    On the way up, try not to delay with the platforms, I mean, try not to be below
    them, or your cloud will disappear and you'll have to make another one.
    
    Here, at the top of this planet, there's a Goomba, an Elite Octoomba, and a Warp
    Pad. Spin over it to go to the Bonus Planet.
    
    [B] 14th planet: Bonus Planet
    
    Here, you have to defeat seven Paragoombas. It's more intelligent to stomp them,
    but alternate spinning and stomping to get the 3 1-Ups.
    
    For you that didn't have 30 Coins to feed the Luma: here you can grab more some!
    
    * Back to Vent Planet *
    
    Ground-Pound the Switch to grab the Cloud Flower and defeat the Elite Octoomba,
    careful. Ride the winds with your power. Use the Ground Pound Switch if you want
    to, 'cause the cloud's going to descend.
    
    *** 15th planet: Tower Planet
    
    Here, there's a lower area with a 1-Up and a Cloud Flower. Don't worry and jump
    back and make a cloud to get it. Then go performing jumps and creating clouds to
    get up there.
    
    On the upper level, there's a Goomba, an Elite Octoomba and a Paragoomba. Before
    launching yourself, grab some Star Bits on the ? Block just above the Paragoomba
    - you can get there with a Backward Somersault or with your clouds. Launch off!
    
    *** 16th planet: Castle Wall Planet
    
    On this long and sidescrolling planet, you'll have to show your skills on making
    clouds and riding the wind. Checkpoint first, grab the Flower and go up by the
    wind, avoiding the Spiky Plants. Then "Go down. Ride wind." - as the Whittle
    says. Before, grab another Flower. While riding the wind, avoid the Flaptack.
    
    Then jump on the cloud and wall-jump to the upper area. Create a cloud at the
    end of the wall to finally go up (you'll get a Cloud Flower on your path). Now,
    long-jump to get the Cloud Flower, and go long-jumping and making clouds, OVER
    the Spiky Plants. At the end, grab another Flower.
    
    Here, you'll have to go up, by the wind, without getting screwed up with the
    moving walls. With the Flower grabbed, ride the wind as soon as the door opens.
    
    #######################
    ## COMET MEDAL ALERT ##
    #######################
    
    Jump to the right platform in the wall to get the Comet Medal, and STAY there
    (you won't be screwed up, no worries). Grab another Cloud Flower and go up as
    the walls open.
    
    Up there, you can see the Star! But... oh no, there's a fan leading you to the
    opposite side of the Star, to a painful row of Spiky Plants. From here, to get
    the Star, QUICKLY do Backward Somersaults back to the Star, or go up BEHIND the
    big fan, using first a Long Jumps, while the walls are opened.
     
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *29
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: If you're following exactly this guide, a PRANKSTER
    COMET should appear in Yoshi Star Galaxy (World 1). "A Prankster Comet has
    appeared!"
    
    "A Prankster Comet has been spotted! Prankster Comets can transform a galaxy
    into a wildly different place. Come to think of it, you've been collecting Comet
    Medals, right? Collecting lots of those Comet Medals makes more comets appear!
    Now you can work on getting a [Star] from every comet! Go for it, Captain!" -
    explains Lubba.
    
    Yep, now you can get Stars from the Prankster Comets that appear throughout the
    galaxies, and also... well, was you collecting Comet Medals? Yep, I've already
    said they're all important! Verify if you missed Comet Medals on the previous
    galaxies on the blue signal near the wheel and the yellow switch.
    
    * Need to know more about Prankster Comets? Visit [11] Prankster Comets [PKCM]
    content! *
    
    Well, this first comet is a ROMP COMET - you'll see what it is on the content
    above. So, go back to that galaxy (on this walkthrough) to get your first Comet
    Star, and, always a Comet interrupts the common path of the game (galaxy to
    galaxy), you'll be warned here, on Back to Starship Mario content.
    
    Then, go back to [18] Yoshi Star Galaxy [YSHS] on World 1 -- and visit the
    section [18.3] Spiny Rainbow Romp [SYRR]. Then, just follow the walkthrough
    normally or the Comets - you know!
    
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    		[32]	CLOUDY COURT GALAXY			 	 [CDCT]
    		[32.3]	THE SHADOW LINING - [COMET] STAR #31		 [SWLN]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
    
    PRANKSTER COMET DETECTED!
    
    It's a Cosmic Comet (a.k.a. Shadow Comet). You'll have to walk about some
    appearing platforms while followed by Cosmic Clones to get the Star. It's not
    difficult, fortunately.
    
    *** 1st planet: Starting Planet
    
    Here, in the first part of the course, you'll have to get all five Star Chips
    while walking through the blue platforms. After you get the second Chip the
    Cosmic Clones will appear. Remember NEVER to go back on your path. You won't
    have time to do this course, fortunately.
    
    To get the Chips, first go forward by the platforms to get your first, then
    right to get the second; the third's on another grassy platform on your left;
    get the fourth forward, and then go straight right and the fifth one's on the
    platform just behind you. Then the Clones will be defeated and the Launch Star
    will show on.
    
    *** 2nd planet: Castle Wall Planet
    
    Here, go straight right (the Clones will appear again! Watch out!) and wall-
    jump up the blue sideways platforms (don't fall down or you'll hit the Clones!),
    and then go straight right; more platforms will keep appearing, and jump to get
    on them and beyond.
    
    Here, wall-jump up, as you did on the early course here in Cloudy Court, but
    without Cloud Flowers. Launch up with the Sling Star. Here you'll have to cross
    the large gap with other platforms, with small gaps between them. At the end,
    launch on the Sling Star to get the Star on the last planet.
    
    *** 3rd planet: Star Planet
    
    There it is - the Star's yours! Go forward and... more Clones? Whaah, just
    spin twice at the crystal the Star's trapped in to kill them and reveal your
    Comet Star!
    
    
    ********************************YOU GOT A STAR*********************************
    
    			              *31
    
    [Back to Starship Mario]: A new Prankster Comet appears now in Spin-Dig Galaxy
    (World 1). Go there (back on this walkthrough) to get another Comet Star.
    
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    			TO BE CONTINUED...				 [CNTD]
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    Soon, on the next version (probably on August 4th):
    
    - Add Stars #26 - #33.
    - Add FAQ content if there were questions.
    - Increase Version History Content with the new version info.
    - Maybe new contents.
    
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    			ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS				 [AKNW]
    ___________________________________________________________________________[34]
    
    Thank you Nintendo for making such a... breathtaking, spectacular, amazing,
    really AWESOME game!
    
    And thanks for www.gamefaqs.com, www.neoseeker.com, www.gamesradar.com,
    www.cheatplanet.com, www.supercheats.com and www.ign.com for hosting this FAQ.
    
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    			COPYRIGHT / LEGAL STUFF				 [CPYR]
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    Copyright 2010 Joao Pedro Lang a.k.a. JPNintendo
    
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