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Golden Plains

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New Super Mario Bros. 2
Golden Plains
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Golden Plains across the series.
Universe Mario
Appears in SSB4 (3DS)
Home stage to SSB4:
Dr. Mario
Rosalina & Luma
Bowser Jr.
Dr. Mario
Rosalina & Luma
Bowser Jr.
Piranha Plant
Availability Starter
Crate type Normal
Maximum players 4 (3DS)
8 (Ultimate)
Bolded tracks must be unlocked
for 3DS Main: Athletic Theme / Ground Theme (New Super Mario Bros. 2)
Alternate: Ground Theme / Underground Theme (Super Mario Bros.)
Ultimate Super Mario Bros. series music
Main: Athletic Theme - New Super Mario Bros. 2
Alternate: Ground Theme - New Super Mario Bros. 2
Tournament legality
Smash 4 Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Ultimate Singles: Banned
Doubles: Banned
Article on Super Mario Wiki World 1 (New Super Mario Bros. 2)

Golden Plains (野原, Fields) is a stage in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The stage is based on New Super Mario Bros. 2 and features many coins for fighters to collect.

Stage overview[edit]

In this stage, several elements from the New Super Mario Bros. series appear, including thin platforms, scale-like platforms which will tilt (and potentially fall) when stood on, flat-top hills to stand on, and bottomless pits. Throughout the stage there are many coins for fighters to collect, and by collecting 100 of these, a fighter temporarily becomes a gold version of themselves called a gold fighter. Gold fighters have stronger attacks and, in for Nintendo 3DS, super armor. In for Nintendo 3DS, the number of coins the player has is displayed in the top-left corner of the screen, with each human player only being able to see their own count and not the counts of their opponents. In Ultimate, each fighter's coin count is shown below their damage meter.

Blue P Switches sometimes appear. When pressed, they make several Blue Coins appear.

Occasionally, Red Rings will appear. When jumped through, 8 Red Coins will appear. These Red Coins are worth 5 coins each.

Sometimes, an arrow signpost will appear and the screen will scroll in the direction the arrow points, bringing the fighters to a new area of the stage. In Ultimate, areas of the stage that are offscreen but still within the blast zones have solid ground throughout, even where there are supposed to be gaps.

Ω forms and Battlefield form[edit]

In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, the Ω form only consists of a single platform with a yellow pipe on each side that extend below the blast line. Coins never appear and the screen never scrolls.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the Ω form consists of a single floating platform that is made of soil with grass on top, and the Battlefield form is the same platform but with three orange soft platforms above it, which are based on the soft platforms of the regular stage. The Ω form and Battlefield form are also the same size and shape as Final Destination and Battlefield respectively.

Hazards Off[edit]

With hazards off in Ultimate, all the coins are removed, along with P-Switches, Red Rings, and the fighters' coin counts. The stage stays in the middle section and doesn't scroll, and the yellow platforms stay in place.


World 1-1 as it appears in New Super Mario Bros. 2.

Golden Plains is based on World 1 in New Super Mario Bros. 2. Collecting coins was a major objective of that game (in fact, the game challenges the player to collect 1,000,000 coins). This translates into Golden Plains's main gimmick of collecting coins. In most installments of the Super Mario Bros. series, collecting 100 coins results in earning an extra life. New Super Mario Bros. 2 introduced a power-up called the Gold Flower, transforming Mario into Gold Mario. Gold Mario could throw golden fireballs that turned several objects, including brick blocks, into coins. The game also features gold forms of many enemies, caused by Mario jumping through a Gold Ring, which primarily causes them to create coins as part of their movements or attacks.

The middle area of the stage appears to be based off of World 1-1 of New Super Mario Bros. 2, the left section resembles World 1-3, and the right portion appears to be based off of World 1-4.

The coin counter font is the font used for large text in Mario games since Super Mario 3D Land.


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese 野原 Fields
UK English Golden Plains
France French (PAL) Buttes au butin Treasure Hills
Quebec French (NTSC) Prairie dorée Golden Meadows
Germany German Münz-Parcours Coin Course
Spain Spanish (PAL) Pradera Monetaria Monetary Prairie
Mexico Spanish (NTSC) Pradera aurífera Golden Prairie
Italy Italian Pascoli dorati Golden Pastures
China Chinese 原野 Plains
South Korea Korean 들판 Fields
Netherlands Dutch Muntenvallei Coin Valley
Russia Russian Золотые поля Golden Fields