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Giant Tree Forest
2 - 5 SCRAPPED

Japanese Name:

もりのマかげで
Mori no Ma-kage de

World:

Forest

Previous Level:

Intangible House

Next Level:

Acceptable Cave

Alternate Level:

Lost Forest

ASM:

None

Enemies:

Goomba, Cheep Cheep, Bomb-omb, Wiggler, Spiny, Jumping Piranha Plant, Koopa Paratroopa, Beach Koopa, Chargin' Chuck

Bosses:

None

Power-Ups & Items:

Super Mushroom, Fire Flower, Cape Feather

Time:

400 seconds

Giant Tree Forest (もりのマかげで / Mori no Ma-kage de  LitUnder the Forest's Shade) is the fifth level of  the Forest. The level has no secret exit.

This level is scrapped since the release of Demo 7.5, and was replaced by Lost Forest.

The LevelEdit

Giant-Tree-Forest

Giant Tree Forest (in the circle) in the world map.

It is your standard forest level. There are some enemies in bubbles just like in Super Mario World. In some parts of the level, you need to pass through using note blocks. A little hard though, as there are trees in the foreground at one point in the level that may disturb you. Fortunately, you just keep going until you reach the exit pipe to reach the goal.

Demos it appears in:Edit

  • Demo 6
  • Demo 6.5
  • Demo 7
  • Dragon Coin # 1
  • Dragon Coin # 2
  • Dragon Coin # 3
  • Dragon Coin # 4
  • Dragon Coin # 5

Dragon CoinsEdit

Dragon Coin 1Edit

At the third set of note blocks.

Dragon Coin 2Edit

At the last set of note blocks.

Dragon Coin 3Edit

Just beside of a ledge.

Dragon Coin 4Edit

When you reach an area with coins that makes the symbol up, go to the note blocks on top of it, and jump in the center of it, you'll enter a warp pipe which leads to Dragon Coin 4, on the first set of empty boxes on the right side.

Dragon Coin 5Edit

Same place as Dragon Coin 4, but on the second set of empty boxes on the left side.

EnemiesEdit

  • Goomba
  • Cheep Cheep
  • Bomb-omb
  • Wiggler
  • Spiny
  • Jumping Piranha Plant
  • Koopa Paratroopa
  • Beach Koopa
  • Chargin' Chuck

SourcesEdit

GraphicsEdit

Giant Tree Forest uses a forest background from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island as well as log graphics from Super Mario World

MusicEdit

The music used throughout the level is "Here we Go!" from Super Mario World.

Custom MusicEdit

None.

TriviaEdit

  • Giant Tree Forest is one of the eight levels in Brutal Mario to be replaced by another level , so the level was replaced by Lost Forest in Demo 7.5 and all newer demos.

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