Super Mario Odyssey: All Power Moon Locations | IGN

Super Mario Odyssey is packed with Power Moons to collect across its multiple kingdoms, some are fun to find while others can be fairly frustrating. Collecting a bare minimum of 124 Power Moons is essential in order to power up the Odyssey flying machine and transport Mario from one level to the next.

However, if you want to unlock all of Super Mario Odyssey’s caps, costumes, and other surprises, you’ll need to complete challenges, solve puzzles, nail difficult platforming sections, and more on your way to reaching the maximum tally of 999 Power Moons.

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Power Moons by Location

When you first arrive in each Kingdom, only a certain number of the Power Moons in the area will appear in the Power Moon List. This is because many Power Moons will not become available to find until certain criteria have been met, such as completing the main objectives in that region or finishing Super Mario Odyssey’s main story. Here’s a breakdown of how to collect every Power Moon in each of Super Mario Odyssey’s kingdoms:

Note: the Dark Side of the Moon kingdom will only unlock once you get to 250 Power Moons, and the Darker Side of the Moon when you get to 500.

How to Get to 999 Power Moons

Grabbing all of the Power Moons using the guides listed above will still only get you to a total of 880. In order to max out your Power Moon tally to 999 you’ll need to buy the additional 119 Power Moons from the Crazy Cap Shops. Buying those extra Power Moons is going to cost you a lot of gold coins, so here’s how you can get rich quick: [ignvideo url=”https://www.ign.com/videos/2017/12/30/super-mario-odyssey-how-to-coin-farm-for-999-moons”%5D

What Do Power Moons Unlock?

Here’s a list of what will unlock as grow your tally of Power Moons. Note the caps and costumes must still be purchased from the Crazy Cap Shops for an additional gold coin fee.

  • 160 – Luigi Costume
  • 180 – Luigi Cap
  • 220  Dr Mario Costume
  • 240 – Dr Mario Headwear
  • 250 – Dark Side of the Moon kingdom
  • 260 – Waluigi Costume
  • 280 – Waluigi Cap
  • 300 – Diddy Kong Costume
  • 320 – Diddy Kong Cap
  • 340 – Wario Costume
  • 360 – Wario Cap
  • 380 – Hakama Costume
  • 420 – Bowser’s Tuxedo
  • 440 – Bowser’s Top Hat
  • 460 – Bridal Gown
  • 480 – Bridal Veil
  • 500 – Gold Mario Costume & Darker Side of the Moon kingdom
  • 520  Gold Mario Cap
  • 540 – Metal Mario Costume (Super Mario 64 era)
  • 560 – Metal Mario Cap (Super Mario 64 era)

Your Reward for Reaching 999 Power Moons

So what do you get after reaching the 999 Power Moon limit? Well, pilot the Odyssey back to the Mushroom Kingdom and you’ll see that Peach’s Castle is now adorned with a giant top hat. Make your way up to the top of the hat and spinning Cappy will trigger a small cutscene of appreciation. Well done!

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Certainly a nice way to ‘cap’ it all off!

Still need more help with Super Mario Odyssey? Be sure to check out our Super Mario Odyssey wiki guide for interactive kingdom maps, walkthroughs, Purple Coin locations and more! [poilib element=”accentDivider”] The Super Mario Odyssey guide was made through a collaborative effort between the entire IGN guides team with great freelancers and community support.
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