Super Mario Odyssey Luncheon Kingdom Moon Locations - All Secrets, Bosses, Power Moon Walkthrough

Super Mario Odyssey Luncheon Kingdom Moon Locations - All Secrets, Bosses, Power Moon Walkthrough

The complete guide and walkthrough to collecting all power moons in Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch. Plus how to unlock the secret characters and kingdoms, and metal cubes/moon rocks explained. Find the power moons in Cap Kingdom, Cascade Kingdom, Sand Kingdom, Wooded Kingdom, Lake Kingdom, Cloud Kingdom, Lost Kingdom, Metro Kingdom, Seaside Kingdom, Snow Kingdom, Luncheon Kingdom, Ruined Kingdom, Bowser's Kingdom, Moon Kingdom, and Mushroom Kingdom.

The Super Mario Odyssey Luncheon Kingdom is one of the hardest in Super Mario Odyssey. We’ve got all the help you need with this Super Mario Odyssey Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon Locations guide. We’ll help you find those moons, defeat bosses, and uncover all the secrets.

For more Super Mario Odyssey help, check out our Super Mario Odyssey Collectibles guide hub and our array of power moon location guides.

Super Mario Odyssey Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon Locations

Here is our guide to all the Luncheon Kingdom Power Moons we've found so far. Keep checking back for more details on all the remaining power moons. Numbers match with those on your Power Moon list in the game.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 24. Love Above the Lava Power Moon

Get a stack of Goombas and head over the corn roller to find a female goomba waiting. Stand in front of her to get the power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 1. The Broodals are After Some Cookin Power Moon

This Broodal fight is very easy. Once again, use Cappy to clear away the poison on the floor, then use Cappy to knock the Broodal’s hat off. With the hat gone you can jump on his head. Repeat this, avoid his attacks in between, and you’ll get a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 37. Magma Swamp: Floating and Sinking Power Moon

Head into the secret door under the bridge, then find all five moon pieces to earn a power moon. Be careful to time you movements between each platform as they take turns sinking and floating, although you’re safe in the center.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 38. Corner of the Magma Swamp Power Moon

This moon is right near the place you enter the swamp. Just look around the corner and there is a moon. Use the platforms to reach it.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 9. Is this an Ingredient Too? Power Moon

To the left of the shop in Luncheon Kingdom are a load of crates. Smash them up and you’ll earn a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 26. Luncheon Kingdom Slots Power Moon

While you’re up on the roof getting the power moon from “Is This an Ingredient too?”, look over to the side to see a building with a stack of cans on the roof. The is the slots building. Head over and play the slots, get all moons and earn a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 15. Golden Turnip Recipe 1 Power Moon

Spin into the plants to the right of the shop to find a golden Turnip. Climb the steps next to the big pot and throw the golden turnip in to get a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 41. Fork Flickin to the Summit Power Moon

When you possess a fire ball you can swim around in the pink lava. Head down over the ledge seen above to find a secret door. Inside here you need to finish the course to get a power moon. Remember that you need to make your hat reach the flippers, not mario. Use the boosters to make Cappy reach flippers that are out of reach.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 42. Fork Flickin Detour Power Moon

From the summit where you collected the power moon, head down and then across to the right. Flick up and you’ll get another power moon on Luncheon Kingdom.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 2. Under the Cheese Rocks Power Moon

Once you reach the area with the bouncing koopas you need to possess one and then use their throwing skill to smash up the cheese rock. Clear away the rock at the top left hand side and you’ll reveal a lever. Pull it to reveal a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 43. Evacuate ‘N’ Search the Cheese Rocks Power Moon

In the Cheese rock area, head to the side of the platform you haven't been to before. There’s a secret door hidden behind some cheese rock. Enter this room and then clear out the rock on the far side of the room. An alcove is home to a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 44. Climb the Cheese Rocks Power Moon

On the near side of the secret room you need to climb up the cheese rocks and then blast through the top piece in order to find a hidden power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 14. Light the Lantern on the Small Island Power Moon

As the fire blob, leap out of the pink lava and into the lantern on the small island. If the torch is lit you’ll get a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 23. Taking Notes: Swimming in Magma Power Moon

Swim out as a fire blob, away from the lantern island and towards the right. You’ll hit a more open area of pink lava. Over there is a note. Swim into it and the collect all the notes before the time runs out and you’ll get a power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 22. All the Cracks are Fixed Power Moon

After you’ve collected the notes power moon you can stay where you to get another. Stomp on all the cracks in the ground, while avoiding the veg attack, to earn a power moon.

Secret Entrance to Mushroom Kingdom - Star

Down the stairs on the area with the cracks in the floor is a secret window to Mushroom Kingdom. Go through the painting to reach the Mushroom Kingdom. Once there you can collect one star by spinning Cappy in the fire at the bottom of the fireplace. Now wall jump up and get the star.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 21. Beneath the Rolling Vegetables Power Moon

This power moon on Luncheon Kingdom is accessed via a retro warp pipe next to where the vegetables emerge on the area with all the cracks on the floor. Complete the retro mario course to earn the power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 46. Taking Notes: Spinning Athletics Power Moon

In the large open space of pink lava where you find the note, you can also find a secret door. Look behind the small area of green rock and you can jump up and enter a secret door. Inside you need to spin into the scarecrow and them reach the end of the course. Be careful as those platforms move.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 39. Magma Narrow Path Power Moon

Enter the secret door to the right of the area beyond the lantern island. In here you’ll need to complete the course as a fire ball. It’s pretty simple if you take your time, although the final jump can be tricky to nail.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 40. Crossing to the Magma Power Moon

Enter the area for 39, but this time look out for two tomatoes wandering a platform. As mario make these go splat. Now possess the fire ball again and use the tomato splats to jump across and get another power moon.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 3. Big Pot on the Volcano: Dive In Power Moons

Make your way up the large wall and possess the big slab of meat. The bird will carry you to another area. Simply make your way to the power moons and collect them.

Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon 18. Luncheon Kingdom Timer Challenge 1 Power Moon

Directly behind the Odyssey on Luncheon Kingdom is a springer. Catapult up and run over to the scarecrow to start a timer challenge. Complete it, easily, and the power moon is yours.

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