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Journey's End
SCRAPPED 1 - 2

Japanese Name:

うつくしきたびじ
Tabi no Owari

World:

Grassland

Previous Level:

Journey's Beginning

Next Level:

Catch Yoshi!

Alternate Level:

Beautiful Flight

ASM:

The background's change of colors

Enemies:

Hammer Bro., Boomerang Bro., Fire Bro., Sledge Bro., Koopa Troopa, Koopa Paratroopa, Chargin' Chuck

Bosses:

None

Power-Ups & Items:

Super Mushroom, Fire Flower

Time:

300 seconds

Journey's End (たびのおわり / Tabi no Owari  LitThe End of Each Time) is the second level that Mario encounters. It is the level after Journey's Beginning. It has no secret exit.

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

The LevelEdit

Journey's-End

Journey's End (in the circle) in the world map.

The level is kinda easy. Just keep moving and you'll reach the goal. Since there's no Midway Point, once you die you will start over FROM THE BEGINNING of the level. Other than this, there are no rooms in the level. The level though has ASM.

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

Dragon Coin 1 is just near the first box containing a power-up, there's no way you could miss Dragon Coin 1.

Dragon Coin 2Edit

Dragon Coin 2 is just above a set of boxes containing nothing, guarded by a yellow Hammer Bro.

Dragon Coin 3Edit

Dragon Coin 3 is near a ledge, again there's no way you could miss Dragon Coin 3.

Dragon Coin 4Edit

Dragon Coin 4 is again above a set of boxes containing coins, it is nearby the goal.

Dragon Coin 5Edit

Dragon Coin 5 is just beside the goal, guarded by a yellow Hammer Bro.

EnemiesEdit

SourcesEdit

GraphicsEdit

Journey's End uses both a background and tiles from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

MusicEdit

Journey's End uses the music "Here we Go!" from Super Mario World.

Custom MusicEdit

The level didn't exist since the release of Demo 7.5.

TriviaEdit

  • Journey's End is one of only two levels in the game to feature a Sludge Bro, the other being Chomp Chomp Panic 1.
  • Journey's End is one of only two levels in the game to feature a Boomerang Bro, the other being Castle Crush
  • Journey's End is one of only two levels in the game to feature a sunset, the other one being Athletic Special, which was formerly known as Lift Go 2.
  • Journey's End is one of the eight levels in Brutal Mario to be replaced by another level, so the level was replaced by Beautiful Flight in Demo 7.5 and all newer demos.

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