Super Mario Odyssey: All Goombette Locations | Collectibles Guide
Find Goombette in five hidden locations to earn a bunch of bonus moons in Super Mario Odyssey.
Mario can’t say no when it comes to finding pals — even if they’re Bowser’s minions. In Super Mario Odyssey, you’ll find Goombette, a feminine version of the standard Goombas, hiding in five locations. For each Goombette you locate, you’ll earn an extra moon. Those moons are valuable, so we’re going to share the locations for each Goombette below.
To reach Goombette, you’ll need to stack Goombas vertically. That requires, well, two basic things; you’ll need to capture a Goomba with Cappy, then you’ll need to lead your conga line of Goombas to Goombette’s location. Create a Goomba ladder, and those moons are all your’s. That is, if you reach the locations listed here. The tricky part is reaching Goombette with your four-stack of Goombas intact.
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All Goombette Locations | Collectibles Guide
Goombette won’t appear in every world — she’s only found in five kingdoms. Use a captured Goomba and march a swarm of the little brown buggers to reach her.
- Goombette #1: Near the inverted pyramid arena, go back to the start of the zone and stack up the Goombas in sombreros. When you’ve got four, go back across the quicksand using the floating platform. Hop up to the area ahead, then raised to the stone on your left. Reach the upper area above to impress Goombette and get your moon.
- Goombette #2: Also in the Sand Kingdom, return to the same area with the Goombas and create another stack of four. From the Goomba territory, go right and follow the path around the structure. Take a left turn at the end, and continue forward until you reach a cliff. Move left along the ledge until you encounter another Goombette.
- Goombette #3: This Goombette is easy to find — she’s waiting behind the Odyssey! Defeat the Broodal mini-boss to make steps appear to the left of the starting area. When they do, go up those stairs and stack 10 Goombas — take all of them down into the water to one of the mermaid platforms. Now you can take the last remaining Goomba to Goombette and claim your reward.
- Goombette #4: Defeat the Broodel mini-boss at the Sky Garden Tower, then return to the poisonous purple swamp. Capture a tank, and blast the breakable wall along the metal. Enter the new area and activate the kettle bot — plant the seed that spawns in a nearby pot and climb up to reach an area that’s filled with Goombas. Stack up all nine Goombas and you’ll be able to reach Goombette on a high platform nearby.
- Goombette #5: From the Odyssey starting spot, move left along the beach to find a whole bunch of Goombas wandering around wearing pirate hats. Capture five of these sodding sailors and march up the hill path between the cliffs. Avoid the spike shells and you’ll find Goombette on a safe ridge to the left.
- Goombette #6: Goombette is visible near your Odyssey ship, on a high platform across more of the deadly bubbling pink stuff. Go right from the Odyssey and create a four-stack, then march back to Goombette’s location. It’s a tough path — you’ll need to avoid exploding tomatoes and roll across corn-cobs to finally get back to Goombette.
- Goombette #7: You’ll need tons of Goombas to reach her this time. Go to Goomba Wood — Goombette is on a high platform across the moat. Before trying to reach Goombette, use Cappy to remove the four wooden stoppers and (mostly) drain the moat. Grab 10 Goombas after lowering the water level, then march on over to Goombette.