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On the eastern pillar odyssey

On the eastern pillar odyssey

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Jaxi Ruins Skip (also known as Jaxi Skip) is a speedrun technique that allows Mario to use a Bullet Bill from the nearby ruins to quickly hit the top of Jaxi Ruins in the Sand Kingdom, bypassing the underground cave.
Capture a Bullet Bill from the Tostarena Ruins and fly over to the Jaxi Ruins to begin the trick. On the way to Jaxi Ruins, players can collect the On the Leaning Pillar moon as the Bullet Bill in most speedrun categories that use this skip.
The Bullet Bill should be slammed into a clear location on the structure’s western wall, on the right side (pictured at right). The upper left corner of the face emblem on the corner of the structure is where you’ll find this place. Wall leap against the wall after the Bullet Bill explodes and Mario is pushed out. Cap throw and dive onto the top of Jaxi Ruins at the peak of the wall hop.
the frontside Skip Jaxi There is an alternative to using a Bullet Bill to get through the underground section. It includes going around to the other side of the ruins and using the two Jaxi statues to reach a thin ledge partway up the structure, which can then be used to reach the roof.

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The Sand Kingdom’s ‘Moon Rock’ Power Moon “76 – On the Eastern Pillar” is unquestionably one of the most difficult Moons to obtain. We suggest that you find it in the level first. It’s slightly northeast of the Poison Swamp, on top of a pillar, and surrounded by a Brick Block (pictures1and2).
You’ll then have to use the Bullet Bills deftly to get to the encased ‘Moon Rock’ Power Moon in the Brick Block. Take care of a Bullet Bill by positioning yourself close to the edge (picture6) (picture7).
Stay put if you want to attract Bullet Bills. Jump on the other leaning pillar as they fly over the sand (picture10) (picture11). Bullet Bill will pursue you, and you’ll have a chance to throw Cappy at it for the first time, removing his hat (picture12).
Once Bullet Bill has lost his hat, crouch or jump to avoid him (picture13). As a result, the Bullet Bill would get closer to the pillar, which conceals the ‘Moon Rock’ Power Moon. Quickly turn around and reclaim possession of the Bullet Bill (picture14).

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Each Super Mario Odyssey kingdom has two types of collectibles: power moons and coins. We’ll show you where every power moon in the Sand Kingdom is in this guide. (For more information on regional coins, see our guide to Sand Kingdom purple coins.)
There are 89 force moons in the Sand Kingdom. As you progress through the kingdom’s story quests, you’ll be able to collect the first few. If you’ve completed the kingdom’s main story quests, you’re free to collect the first 61 power moons. After visiting other kingdoms, completing the main story, and destroying the moon rock, the remaining items become accessible.
The second power moon you must obtain is this easy one, which requires you to collect five moon shards. All of them are littered around the edges of the area where the poison lake is. The last one, on the other hand, necessitates the use of a stone statue atop a floating platform in order to reach the pillars. You can see a path that leads to the final shard on the far end of the pillars by using the statue’s special skill.