Morton the Neat
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Japanese Name:

Nīto no Mōton



Previous Level:

Ghost Forest

Next Level:

Dolphin Barbeque

Alternate Level:



The lava turning into blocks using On/Off switches


Lava Bubble, Dry Bones, Beak Pillar, Thwimp, Li'l Sparky, Grinder, Blargg


Mecha Mario, Morton Koopa Jr.

Power-Ups & Items:

Super Mushroom, Cape Feather


400 seconds

Morton the Neat (ニートのモートン / Nīto no Mōton  Lit: The NEET Morton) or Morton's Castle is the second castle in Brutal Mario, belonging to Morton Koopa. It is also the last level of the Forest.

The level has no secret exit.

The LevelEdit

Morton the Neat

Morton the Neat (in the circle) in the world map.

The level starts with a screen border featuring Morton throughout most of the level and a lava corridor with some Lava Bubbles, Dry Bones and an elevator which goes down and up. After the elevator, there's a door which ends the lava corridor which leads to another lava corridor! There's a platform with a On-Off switch button in that room. But that's not the only switch you'll encounter, there are several other On-Off switches which you'll use in progressing the level. At the Boss Door, there will be 2 Blarggs guarding it and a box containing a power-up. Take the Boss Door to fight Mecha Mario and Morton. The castle is in the southern part of the Forest map.

Demos it appears in:Edit

  • Demo 6
  • Demo 6.5
  • Demo 7
  • Overworld Demo
  • demoOnly1

Dragon CoinsEdit


The Dragon Coins.

All Dragon Coins appear at the sides of the boss door of Mecha Mario.


  • Lava Bubble
  • Dry Bones
  • Beak Pillar
  • Thwimp
  • Li'l Sparky
  • Grinder
  • Blargg


Mecha MarioEdit

Mecha Mario does everything you do, but in the opposite direction. There are 2 blocks in the arena which you can destroy and let him plunge there.

Morton KoopaEdit

Originates from Super Mario Bros. 3. Morton will occasionally throw Bob-ombs or footballs attempting to hit Mario. To defeat him, just avoid his attacks. Eventually, he will throw a Bob-omb but fails and explodes on his face.

Orb LocationEdit

Morton the Neat DRAGON ORB

The warp pipe that leads to the orb.

You will need a Cape Mario. At the second room of the level, fly until you reach the platform with an On-Off switch. Leave it On, as the lavafall next to you is gone. Fly again in the spot of the lavafall and you'll reach a warp pipe. Within lies the Orb. Take the door within the room to go to the Boss Path.



Morton's Castle uses a black background at first, but eventually uses a castle background from Super Mario Bros. 3. When fighting Morton Koopa, the background uses graphics from Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island.


The music used through this level is "Castle". When fighting Mecha Mario and Morton Koopa, the music used is "Boss Battle", both of which came from Super Mario World

Custom MusicEdit

The custom music used through this level is "Fiery Castle" from Legend of Mana. When fighting Mecha Mario, the music is BGM 39 (98 in demoOnly1): "Go! Go! Kids!" from Treasure Hunter G and the music when fighting Morton Koopa is BGM 46 (AA in demoOnly1): "Seven Heroes Battle" from Romancing SaGa 2.

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