Mario’s goal is to track down Bowser, and he needs Power Moons to do it. Beating the stuffing out of the Koopa king and getting Peach back are the goals, but most of the work toward those goals involves digging up Power Moons. During the first visit to each new kingdom, some Power Moons need to be collected from that region for the Odyssey to refuel and repair for the journey forward.
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Lost Kingdom Power Moon:
There are 35 Power Moons in Lost Kingdom. Power Moons 01, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 11, 15, 16, and 17 were obtained while repairing the Odyssey.
Power Moon #01:
Well you will get it at the end of the chapter, where you need more power moon to continue journey to Metro Kingdom. Capture a Tropical Wiggler atop Swamp Hill and use it to board the first of the two propellers. Cross to the ledge with the coins, then over to the propeller where Power Moon.
#02: Below the Cliff’s Edge
This Power Moon rests atop a tree in the northeast corner of the area, behind the four-stepped ruins that lead to Swamp Hill. Drop off the cliff near the narrow waterfall to get it. The invisible blocks above it help you return to solid ground.
Power Moon #03:
This Power Moon is hiding in the vicinity of the ruins. Ground pound the tall column down below, on the ground near the bridge. This reveals an opening to the cave you may have seen earlier. Enter the cave beside the very first ruin you hit to get Power Moon.
Power Moon #04:
You will find it when you need 10 power moons to repair the repair the Odyssey, this one will ne your first. Capture a Tropical Wiggler near the Swamp Hill warp flag and stretch it across the poison to the narrow ledge near the coins. Follow the ledge around to the left, then across to the L-shaped ruins near the tree. Release the capture, ground pound the starburst to raise the Tropical Wiggler, then use the Tropical Wiggler to reach for Power Moon on the tree branch.
Power Moon #05:
Back outside the red door, capture a Tropical Wiggler and use it to navigate the platforms alongside the mountain. Stretch to the stumps on the right to avoid the Fuzzies before reaching back to the second platform for Power Moon.
Power Moon #06:
Continue south along the western side of the island to the Mountainside Platform warp flag. Release the Tropical Wiggler and open the red door to find an 8-bit warp pipe. Use the platforms inside the mural to reach Power Moon.
Power Moon #07:
Leap off the Swamp Hill toward the four-column ruins you used earlier while making sure to leave the end nearest the cliff in its raised position. Power Moon is located inside it.
#08: Enjoying the View of Forgotten Isle
Climb to the Rocky Mountain Summit (Power Moon #21) and shimmy up the tree near the Crazy Cap store. Flip upwards off the top to pluck the Power Moon out of the air.
#09: On the Mountain Road
Cross the propeller from Swamp Hill and bait the Trapeetles into blasting through the impervious blocks along the mountain road (or tackle jump around them). Continue past the second obstruction to a small group of plants with a glowing spot in the ground. Ground pound the area to find this Power Moon.
#10: A Propeller Pillar’s Secret
Ground pound the flock of butterflies atop the propeller nearest the Swamp Hill warp flag. It’s easy to be distracted by the rabbit jumping around, but those colorful butterflies were there for a reason. Always investigate any unusual behavior by the local fauna.
Power Moon #11:
Note the sparkles emanating from the stone block near the poison waterfall. That can only mean one thing: there’s a Power Moon inside it! Mario can’t break those blocks open himself, but the Trapeetle can. The spike on the Trapeetle’s head is your cue. Trapeetle catches Cappy in defense anytime Mario throws the hat. Trapeetle takes a bead on Mario’s location, revs up, and speeds toward Mario in a self-destructive manner. Use this rocket-like attack to trick the Trapeetle into blowing up the block containing Power Moon.
#12: A Butterfly’s Treasure
Locate the butterfly on the narrow precipice extending out from the western side of the mountain (it’s easiest to reach this area by dropping from Rocky Mountain Summit). The butterfly is quite timid and flies away if Mario gets too close. If this happens, walk away from the butterfly so it returns to its perch. To get the Power Moon, slowly creep toward the butterfly until Mario is above the thinnest part of the ledge (as viewed from the side) and throw Cappy to knock the Power Moon from the butterfly.
#13: Caught Hopping in the Jungle
There’s a rabbit hopping around on the propeller nearest the Swamp Hill warp flag. It can be pretty tough for Mario to corner as it leaps back and forth, but the Tropical Wiggler can hem it in with little trouble. Capture a Tropical Wiggler and stretch from one propeller blade to the one with the rabbit in an effort to flush it right back into the Tropical Wiggler’s tail.
#14: Cave Gardening
Locate the cave within the mountain near Talkatoo (easiest way to reach it is by leaping from Rocky Mountain Summit) and use Cappy to make all sixteen flowers bloom simultaneously. Use a spin throw to whirl Cappy around Mario in circles while moving from one side of the cave to the other. The flowers close their blooms after a few seconds; you need to work fast to get them to all bloom at once.
Power Moon #15:
While you’re on the lower level, capture a Tropical Wiggler and make your way west toward the many tree stumps in the northwest area. Here, you need to use the Tropical Wiggler to make your way from stump to stump while dodging Fuzzies to gather the Moon Shards needed for Power Moon.
Power Moon #16:
Capture a Tropical Wiggler and approach the bridge near the Odyssey. Stretch to the “knees” of the tree with the caged Power Moon atop it and gradually make your way to Power Moon located under the bridge.
Power Moon #17:
While you have the Tropical Wiggler, make your way to the Odyssey and drop off the cliff onto the ledge with the locked panel. Use the Tropical Wiggler to reach the key hidden in the cave near the poison. This unlocks Power Moon.
#18: Soaring Over Forgotten Isle!
Make your way to Rocky Mountain Summit (Power Moon #21) and capture the Glydon. Spot the Power Moon on the lone island way out in the distance and fly to it. There’s a slingshot to deliver Mario back to safety.
#19: The Caged Gold
The Power Moon inside the cage is easy to spot as you cross the bridge the very first time, but opening it can be quite tricky. Neither a ground pound nor a dive-bomb with the Glydon will do it, but fortunately Forgotten Isle is home to a critter with a bit more pop. Cross the bridge to the Trapeetles below the Big Swamp warp flag and bait one toward the edge nearest the cage. Line Mario up between the cage and the Trapeetle then throw Cappy at the Trapeetle. Leap out of the way as it takes flight and watch it soar across the gap, smashing through the cage’s bars. Leap from the mountain road to get the Power Moon.
#20: Get Some Rest, Captain Toad
Capture a Tropical Wiggler beneath the propellers and make your way across the tree stumps where the Moon Shards for Power Moon #15 were located. This time, head to the northwestern corner of this swamp area, just past the Fuzzies and look for the cave opening. Stretch the Tropical Wiggler into the cave to find Captain Toad and a whole bunch of coins.
#21: Shopping on Forgotten Isle
Ground pound the large red button on the mountain road to make it possible to wall jump your way to Rocky Mountain Summit, where Toad decided to place his Crazy Cap store. Head inside and buy a Power Moon for 100 coins and know that you need only warp here in the future.
#22: Taxi Flying Through Forgotten Isle
Capture the Binoculars and scan the sky for a flying taxi, beneath a balloon. It will likely be out beyond the Odyssey, to the northeast, but it’s on the move so look around. Zoom in on it once you spot it.