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Lake Lamode (ドレッシーバレー lit. Dressy Valley?), also known as The Town In and Out the Lake, is a location in the Lake Kingdom in the game Super Mario Odyssey. Its environment is based on the real world location of Greece. The city's main inhabitants are notably Lochladies.

The primary currency of the Lake Kingdom are purple Fish Scale, however they also accept regular gold coins. The player is granted the option to visit either the Lake Kingdom or the Wooded Kingdom after leaving the Sand Kingdom.

Due to its architectural style and many islands, it seems to be based on Greece. The name "Lake Lamode", however, comes from French à la mode, meaning "in fashion" or "stylish".

Description

Lake Lamode is a large lake area with an underwater plaza area, the underwater Water Plaza is protected by a glass dome with the rocks are shaped like a drape and the light shaped like a lace, following the motif of the wedding dress. The aquatic plants of the kingdom are designed to follow the motif of the sequin.


Culture

Lake Lamode is renowned for its fashion designers and clothes, such as the prized Lochlady Dress. The fashion design theme is embraced by the environment of the area as well. The layered rock walls that surround the lake resemble frills, which is also the motif of the columns and entablatures of the buildings.

Quick Facts

  • Population: Middling
  • Area: Limited
  • Natives: Lochladies
  • Currency: Scale Shaped
  • Industry: Clothing, Design
  • Climate: Average 71°F (26.1°C)

Notable Locations

  • Courtyard
  • Underwater Entrance
  • Water Plaza Entrance
  • Water Plaza Display Window
  • Water Plaza Terrace
  • Viewing Balcony
  • Puzzle Part Area
  • Zipper Chasm, A canyon-like area
  • Ledge-Climbing Area, A platforming area featuring many Hat Trampolines, Fuzzies, and ledges
  • Waves of Poison, A vast sea of poison

History

Super Mario Odyssey

When Mario first visits here, the Broodals can be found at the Water Plaza in the process of stealing the Lochlady Dress. Mario encounters the Broodals at the Water Plaza Terrace, where he must defeat Rango, which will reward the player with a Multi Moon.

Collecting the Multi Moon restores the Water Plaza to its former glory, allowing access to more Power Moons. Once Mario collects enough Power Moons, he can access the next kingdom - either the Wooded Kingdom (if the player has not yet visited it) or the Cloud Kingdom (if both the Wooded and Lake Kingdoms have been visited).

Power Moon locations

  • 02: Dorrie-Back Rider: The player can find a Power Moon on Dorrie's back, who is located in the underwater area containing the Water Plaza.
  • 03: Cheep Cheep Crossing: The player can find this Power Moon in a small alcove above the Underwater Entrance checkpoint.
  • 04: End of the Hidden Passage: From the Courtyard, the player should look for a bouncy flower and use it to bounce to a higher ledge where a zipper is located. Mario should capture the zipper and use it to un-zip the wall, causing a secret path to be revealed, which leads to the Power Moon.
  • 05: What's in the Box?: At the top of the Water Plaza, the player should look for a grassy ledge containing three crates - one of which is a shiny crate. If the player destroys the shiny crate, they will receive a Power Moon.
  • 06: On the Lakeshore: On the sand near the Odyssey, the player can find a glowing spot. If Mario ground pounds this spot, he will receive a Power Moon.
  • 07: From the Broken Pillar: Near the Water Plaza Entrance, the player can find a broken pillar submerged in the water. If the player ground pounds the top of the pillar's remains, they will receive a Power Moon.
  • 08: Treasure in the Spiky Waterway: In the spiky tunnel near the start of the kingdom, the player will find a split road. Mario should lead down the right path to find a secret treasure chest, which will give the player a Power Moon once opened.
  • 09: Lake Gardening, Spiky Passage Seed: At the start of the spiky tunnel near the beginning of the kingdom, the player can find a seed. Mario should take it and then plant it in a flower pot located at the Water Plaza Entrance. After planting it, the player must wait about 40 minutes for the seed to bloom, which will then cause a Power Moon to appear.
  • 10: Lake Kingdom Timer Challenge 1: From the Underwater Entrance checkpoint, the player should head to the water's surface to find a platform with a scarecrow on it. Mario must throw Cappy onto the scarecrow, which will temporarily reveal some blocks and a Power Moon at the bottom of the lake. The player must then plummet down the lake to collect the Power Moon before it disappears.
  • 11: Lake Kingdom Timer Challenge 2: At the Water Plaza Terrace, the player can find a scarecrow nearby. Mario must throw Cappy onto the scarecrow, which will temporarily reveal some blocks and a Power Moon at their peak. The player must then backflip up the blocks to collect the Power Moon before it disappears.
  • 12: Moon Shards in the Lake: In the large lake (outside the Water Plaza), the player must locate and collect five Moon Shards, which will reward Mario with a Power Moon once collected.
  • 13: Taking Notes: Dive and Swim: In the small body of water near the Odyssey, the player should look for a rainbow-colored treble clef. Mario should collect this treble clef, which will temporarily spawn some Rainbow Notes in the water. If the player can collect all the Rainbow Notes before they disappear, Mario will receive a Power Moon.
  • 14: Taking Notes: In the Cliffside: From the Underwater Entrance checkpoint, the player should swim to the surface and locate an 8-bit Warp Pipe along the left wall. Mario must enter this Warp Pipe to find a rainbow-colored treble clef, which will spawn Rainbow Notes once collected. If the player can collect all of the Rainbow Notes before they disappear, Mario will receive a Power Moon.
  • 15: Lake Fishing: Near the Courtyard checkpoint, the player can find a fishing Lakitu. Mario should capture the Fishin' Lakitu and use it to fish for a big Cheep Cheep in the small pool, which will reward the player with a Power Moon.
  • 16: I Met a Lake Cheep Cheep!: From the Underwater Entrance checkpoint, the player should capture a Cheep Cheep and then swim up to the water's surface, where a Lochlady can be found. Mario should head over to the Lochlady, who will fall in love with the Cheep Cheep and reward the player with a Power Moon.
  • 17: Our Secret Little Room: At the Water Plaza Entrance, the player should enter the third alcove on the wall to find a secret door, where a hidden Lochlady can be found. Talking to her will reward Mario with a Power Moon.
  • 18: Let's Go Swimming, Captain Toad: At the Water Plaza Entrance, the player can find a deep pit of water. To reach the bottom, Mario must capture a Cheep Cheep from the lake and use it to head to the bottom of the water hole, where Captain Toad can be found. Talking to him will reward the player with a Power Moon.
  • 19: Shopping in Lake Lamode: Purchased in the Crazy Cap store for 100 yellow coins.
  • 20: A Successful Repair Job: Near the Water Plaza, the player can find a door leading to a secret area. Mario should enter this area and then solve the puzzle within to be rewarded with a Power Moon.
  • 21: I Feel Underdressed: Next to the Water Plaza Display Window, the player can find a locked door being blocked by a Lochlady. In order to enter this door, the player needs to wear either the Swimwear outfit or the Boxer Shorts outfit with the Swim Googles hat. Once Mario enters the room, he needs to throw Cappy at the top of the dress pedestal in the center and hold him there for a few seconds. This will reveal a Power Moon.
  • 22: Unzip the Chasm: Near the Water Plaza Entrance, the player should look for a submerged zipper on the right wall. Mario must capture the zipper and use it to un-zip the wall, which will reveal a hidden door. The player must enter the door and then reach the end of the secret area within in order to receive a Power Moon.
  • 23: Super-Secret Zipper: In the secret area with the "Unzip the Chasm" Power Moon, the player should look for a hidden row of blocks near the start. This will lead Mario to a secret zipper, which (when up-zipped) will reveal another hidden zipper. Un-zipping this zipper will reveal a secret Power Moon.
  • 24: Jump, Grab, Cling, and Climb: In the cliffside north of the Water Plaza there's a hidden door that Mario will need to use the flowers to get to. The moon is obtained by completing the challenge within.
  • 25: Jump, Grab, and Climb Some More: While inside the hidden room used to get Moon number 24, the last flower has to be used to get onto the side of the largest red tower and hit another flower.
  • 26: Secret Path to Lake Lamode!: This Power Moon can be found on top of the Viewing Balcony. To reach it, the player must travel through a painting located in a different kingdom:
  1. ) If the player visits the Lake Kingdom before the Wooded Kingdom and visits the Snow Kingdom after the Seaside Kingdom, then the painting can be found on a high cliff ledge at the north end of the starting area in the Snow Kingdom.
  2. ) If the player visits the Lake Kingdom before the Wooded Kingdom and visits the Seaside Kingdom after the Snow Kingdom, then the painting can be found inside the Crystal Palace at the center of the Seaside Kingdom.
  3. ) If the player visits the Lake Kingdom after the Wooded Kingdom, then the painting can be found a ledge hidden directly behind the Odyssey in the Metro Kingdom.
  • 27: Found With Lake Kingdom Art: Near the Odyssey, the player can find a set of stairs leading up to the Courtyard. On the stairs, Mario should notice a picture of some dinosaur bones, with one bone missing. If the player then travels to that location (in Fossil Falls) and ground pounds the spot where a dinosaur bone should be, Mario will receive a Power Moon.
  • 28: Taxi Flying Through Lake Lamode: Near the Odyssey, the player can find a pair of Binoculars. Mario must use the Binoculars and look for a flying taxi in the air over the lake. If the player can stare at the taxi for a few seconds, they will receive a Power Moon.
  • 29: That Trendy "Pirate" Look: At the top of the Water Plaza, the player can find the three Style Sisters. If Mario talks to the center sister while wearing the Pirate Hat and Pirate Outfit (available at the Coin's Crazy Cap Shop), she will reward the player with a Power Moon.
  • 30: Space is "In" Right Now: At the top of the Water Plaza, the player can find the three Style Sisters. If Mario talks to the left sister while wearing the Space Helmet and Spacesuit (available at the Regional Coin's Crazy Cap Shop in Honeylune Ridge) or the Satellaview Helmet and Satellaview Suit, she will reward the player with a Power Moon.
  • 31: That "Old West" Style: At the top of the Water Plaza, the player can find the three Style Sisters. If Mario talks to the right sister while wearing the Cowboy Hat and Cowboy Outfit (available at the Regional Coin's Crazy Cap Shop in Tostarena), she will reward the player with a Power Moon.
  • 32: Lake Kingdom Regular Cup: At the start of the kingdom, the player can find a Roving Racer hosting the Koopa Freerunning mini-game. Mario must enter the race and then reach the finish line in first place to be awarded a Power Moon.
  • 33: Peach in the Lake Kingdom: Princess Peach and Tiara are on the Water Plaza Terrace where Mario fought Rango earlier. Peach will offer Mario a Power Moon upon speaking to her.

Moon Rock Moon Location

  • 34: Behind the Floodgate: North of the Odyssey, Mario can unzip the upper level of the floodgate and drop down to the Power Moon.
  • 35: High-Flying Leap: Along the cliff southeast of the main Water Plaza, there is a Hat Trampoline Mario can jump off of to grab the Power Moon floating above the water.
  • 36: Deep, Deep Down: Mario must capture a Cheep Cheep and dive into the incredibly deep underwater chamber at the Water Plaza Entrance. The Power Moon is right across from Captain Toad's campsite.
  • 37: Rooftop of the Water Plaza: Mario must ground pound the platform on the northeast column of the Water Plaza rooftop to reveal the Power Moon.
  • 38: Bird Traveling Over the Lake: The bird can initially found on the west broken column west of the floodgate north of the Odyssey. When off its usual perch, it flies around the eastern portion of the region. Catching the bird reveals the Power Moon.
  • 39: Love by the Lake: In this kingdom, Goombette is found right behind the Odyssey. Mario must capture a Goomba in the courtyard and go to her location so she can give Mario the Power Moon. This moon is somewhat tricky, as Mario must jump over water deep enough for him to lose his captured Goomba.
  • 40: Lake Kingdom Master Cup: At the start of the kingdom, the player can find a Roving Racer hosting a harder version of the Koopa Freerunning mini-game. Mario must enter the race and then reach the finish line in first place to be awarded a Power Moon.
  • 41: Waves of Poison: Hoppin' Over: To the right of the Odyssey, the player can find a Moon Pipe which leads to a bonus area. In this bonus area Mario must capture a frog and jump across several platforms of different sizes while avoiding waves of poison.
  • 42: Waves of Poison: Hop to It!: In the area with the "Waves of Poison: Hoppin' Over" Power Moon, the player should see a few platforms to the left of where the aforementioned Power Moon is located. Mario must jump across these platforms while avoiding the waves of poison to reach a key at the last left platform and then jump back to the large platform where the Power Moon will be unlocked.

Multi Moon locations

  • 01: Broodals over the Lake: The player will receive a Multi Moon after defeating Rango at the Water Plaza Terrace.
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