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This contains information on the missions from Super Mario Galaxy: Cosmic Combat that are in Supercluster Sigma. There are a total of 41 stars in this supercluster.
Unlocked after 75 stars.
|On the bottom of the planet.|
|On one of the branches of the tree near the middle.|
Mario starts on the base of the massive planet. It has a giant tree, the namesake of the galaxy, with branches and leaves that Mario can jump on and explore. Some lead to surrounding planets. Mario must use the Bee Mushroom to climb up the tree and make his way counter-clockwise around the tree. Mario can then reach a branch about halfway up, which he can navigate and climb to find a star.
|On a root that springs off to the side.|
Mario must now enter the inside of the tree by discovering a warp pipe on the tree that takes Mario there. Then he drops all the way under the tree to an area where all the roots are exposed. It is hard to navigate, but after searching all the way around and finding a good path, Mario can make it to the star.
|In the middle of the Beeninja hive.|
Although the Honeybees and Beeninjas have made peace over in Ninja Honeycomb Galaxy, they still remain at war over here. Mario must explore the tree and find the hideout, a small hive on the middle of the tree. Mario can enter it and then pick up a star.
|On on of the massive leaves, all the way at its end.|
With the Beeninja conflict now solved, Mario has to complete his last task - climbing all the way up to the top of the tree. He can do this by using platforming skills, as well as many objects placed in his way. The Bee Mushroom is used heavily. At the top, Mario must find Silver Stars on each of the massive leaves of the tree.
Mario must complete the third star under only one wedge of health.
Mario must complete the fourth star in only five minutes.
Mario must race his cosmic counterpart in the root area.
Purple coins are hidden all around in every area of the galaxy.
Unlocked after 78 stars.
|Mario must leap on top a hand of one of the clocks there.|
|Next to a large cluster of Gearpills on the top of the factory.|
Mario begins on the bottom of this massive new clocktower constructed by the Gearmos. With General Gear vanquished for good, they are glad that he won't interfere in their affairs any longer... until a new foe called Owlingwork emerges. This is a large mechanical owl who was a construction project gone wrong. One of the Gearmos takes blame. Mario must track down Owlingwork at the top of the clocktower by the use of his honed platforming skills and travel several planets. The fight has Mario attempt to use the Super Gear to track down Owlingwork and spin in its way.
|Mario must climb a set of gears and leap off to the side.|
Mario must travel a new section of the clocktower using the Super Gear, which can prove to be a very challenging task. The star lies on a platform towards the middle-top of the tower.
|On a ledge towards the top.|
Using all of his platforming skills, Mario has to make his way to the very top of the tower, even past where Mario fought Owlingwork.
|Mario must blow up a wall of cement with a Bob-omb.|
The Gearmos tell Mario that he will need to perform some excavation work for them and show him how to use Bob-ombs. Mario must complete a course that makes use of Bob-ombs to blow up cages, as well as piles of trash. Mario can fly all around the surrounding planets and side of the clocktower before finding the star.
Mario must finish the second mission in only three minutes.
The infamous trash cleanup mission returns, as a Gearmo tasks Mario with removing massive piles of trash in only thirty seconds.
Mario must fight Owlingwork as well as complete his entire mission with only one wedge of health.
Mario can explore the entire clocktower to find a star.
Unlocked after 82 stars.
|Hidden in a small alley in the back of the city.|
|On top of one of the larger buildings.|
The main planet consists of a village-like area with many navigable waterways and further off, many hills and paths to other planets through Launch Stars. Mario finds familiar friends, Star Bunnies, waiting for Mario in the village, with a total of five of them. They say they will give Mario a Silver Star if he can find them, so finding them all will yield a Power Star. Mario must make use of the gondolas to cross some areas, controlling them by moving the GamePad or Wii Remote and spinning to row.
|Mario must row his gondola off to the side to collect it.|
Mario begins on the main planet, but he must row a gondola through a massive slide that will take him on a large tour through several trials. At the end is the Power Star.
|Mario must rotate the box in such a way that he can reach it, and then go for the Launch Star.|
After combing the main planet for five Star Chips, Mario is flown to a different planet which is made up of a giant box with famous renaissance artworks on the outside. Mario must solve a puzzle that involves him navigating the inside of the box using various switches that rotate the box and flop gravity.
|Mario must float through a grate using Boo Mario.|
Mario hears of an outbreak of Boos in the galaxy and must use the Boo Mushroom to search through the village. After dispatching a crew of them after navigating a large area underneath the village, he finds a star.
Mario must romp a bunch of Boos using light.
Mario has to triple jump off of the roof of a building to reach it.
Mario races the Toad Brigade on the gondola slide.
A hundred and fifty purple coins are placed on the slide, and Mario needs 100 for a star.
Unlocked after 84 stars and 2,500 Star Bits.
|By the end, Mario must swoop down very low without going into the quicksand.|
|Mario must head up towards the beginning to get it.|
|Mario must avoid a Tox Box and then use the Cloud Flower to climb up to get it.|
|On the second half of the planet, by the center platform.|
|On top of a group of Shy Guys.|
Unlocked after 86 stars.
|Right before the Bully planet.|
|Mario must avoid a stream of lava to go get it on a platform.|
|Hidden behind a wall.|
|Mario must use the Ice Flower to reach a wall and then wall-jump it.|
|Right in the middle of the meteors section.|
Unlocked after 90 stars and "The Penultimate Battle".
|Mario must hurry over the Flipswitches to collect it.|
|On the Star Chip planet right above the lava.|