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Underground Corridor
Underground Corridor
Hack Luigi and the Forest Ruins Rebooted
Stars Required 20
Boss(es) Wriggaliente
Levels Wriggaliente
Number of Stars 0
Music Used Sonic the Hedgehog 3 - Lava Reef Zone (Act 1)
Underground Corridor is the second Bowser stage of Luigi and the Forest Ruins Rebooted, and is located through the key door in the castle lobby. It is similar to Autumnal Falls, in that the level has no stars and mainly serves as a path to the boss Wriggaliente, but it also contains the Quiz Switch Palace, which holds all 3 cap switches. Completing the Palace sends Luigi back to the start of the level.

Levels Edit

Wriggaliente

Wriggaliente, Guardian of the Fire Caves

Wriggaliente Edit

The sign to the right of the start says that the cannon is opened by a Bob-omb buddy at the end of the path ahead. Go across the wooden platforms in the lava and lava bounce or triplejump dive up to the tunnel. Go along the path, avoiding the Kuromames and flame jets until the coin sitting at the end of the tunnel. Use the coins to springboard between the pillars, as in Autumnal Falls, eventually reaching a tunnel on the other side of the lava. The Bob-omb buddy is standing next to the Quiz Switch Palace building at the end of the tunnel. Talk to the Bob-omb buddy before entering the Quiz Switch Palace because the entrance to the Palace is one-way only.

 After talking to the Bob-omb and completing the Quiz Switch Palace, Luigi appears back at the start of the Underground Corridor. Shoot to the pipe to enter Wriggaliente’s arena.

Wriggaliente is a standard Wiggler, with the exception that he appears to be Spanish. The battle arena is covered with Kuromames which make it more difficult, but Wriggaliente still only takes 3 hits to be defeated. After beating the boss, Luigi gets the key to the door opposite from the cannon in the Underground Corridor.

Enemies Edit

  • Goomba
  • Kuromame
  • Scuttlebug
  • Snufit

Trivia Edit

  • An alternate name for this stage is the Fire Caves
  • There is a bug at the start of the Wriggaliente fight, where advancing through the dialogue will cause Luigi to jump
  • Wriggaliente's name is a portmanteau of Wiggler and caliente, which is Spanish for "hot".

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