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[[Image:Mutecity01 l.jpg|256px|thumb|An ''F-Zero GX'' circuit, overseeing Mute City.]]
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{{Course Infobox
'''Mute City''' (ミュートシティ; Mute City) is a heavily populated fictional city on Earth in the ''F-Zero'' series. Its original name was Mutant City<ref name="SNESmanual">{{cite book | year=1991 | editor=Nintendo EAD | title=F-Zero instruction manual| pages=pp. 18|publisher= Nintendo |url= http://www.replacementdocs.com/download.php?view.1304 |date=1991-08-13 |language=English}}</ref> from which the current name is abbreviated.<ref name="MuteInfo"/> In the television anime, ''[[F-Zero: GP Legend]]'', Mute City was formerly known as New York.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.NintendoWorldReport.com/impressionsArt.cfm?artid=3191| title=F-Zero: GP Legend| accessdate=2007-03-26|last= Bloodworth|first=Daniel |date=2004-05-25|publisher=NintendoWorldReport}}</ref> In ''F-Zero GX'', Mute City is known as a "Metropolis in the Heart of the Space Federation" and the information link for the entire universe. It is also regarded as the most advanced and sophisticated city in the universe.<ref name="MuteInfo">{{cite web|url = http://f-zero.com/f-zero_gx/planet_course/mutecity.jsp|title = Planet & Course|accessdate =2007-08-12|publisher =Sega / Nintendo|quote =Short for "Mutant City," Mute City possesses tremendous influence over the entire universe and is considered by many to be the most sophisticated city in the F-Zero circuit. Over a billion sentients live within the city's borders, somehow managing to co-exist in relative harmony. A brand new Mute City course was just recently constructed when the old course became too worn and dangerous.}}</ref> This city is the most famous stop on the F-Zero Grand Prix and has courses in almost every ''F-Zero'' game to date. The only exception being that of the Game Boy Advance game, ''[[F-Zero: Maximum Velocity]]'', where it was replaced by [[Bianca City]]. A large deposit of pure titanium was discovered at Bianca City forty years prior to its events. As a result[[File:Mute City - Super Smash Bros. Brawl|thumb|300px|right|The Super Smash Bros. Brawl version of Mute City theme]], the village became a boomtown overnight. As it grew, it gradually replaced Mute City as the center of economic, political, and cultural activity in the galaxy.<ref>{{cite book | title=F-Zero: Maximum Velocity instruction manual| publisher=Nintendo| year=2001 | editor=NDCUBE | pages= | language=English |quote=}}</ref>
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|name= Mute City
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|image= <tabber>
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|-|F-Zero (I) = [[File:Mute_City_ISNES.png|Mute City I]]
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|-|F-Zero X =
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|-|F-Zero GX = [[Image:Mutecity01 l.jpg|An ''F-Zero GX'' circuit, overseeing Mute City.]]
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|-|GP Legend (GBA) = [[File:Mute_City_Traditional_Park.png]]
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|-|Smash Melee = [[File:MuteCity Melee.jpg|Mute City (Melee)]]
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|-|Mario Kart 8 = [[File:MK8-DLC-Course-MuteCity.jpg|Mute City (Mario Kart 8)]]
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</tabber>
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|Appearances= *''[[F-Zero]]''
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*''[[BS F-Zero Grand Prix]]''
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*''[[BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2]]''
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*''[[F-Zero X]]''
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*''[[F-Zero GX]]''
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*''[[F-Zero AX]]''
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*''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]''
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|Tracks=
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*Mute City I (SNES)
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*Mute City II (SNES)
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*Mute City III (SNES)
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*Mute City IV (BS Grand Prix/Grand Prix 2)
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*Figure Eight (X)
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*Technique (X)
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*Jumps of Doom (X)
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*Twist Road (GX)
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*Serial Gaps (GX)
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*Sonic Oval (AX) [altered palette in Chapter 1 of GX Story Mode]
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*Traditional Park (GP Legend)
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*Expansion Park (GP Legend)
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*Traditional Park II (GP Legend)
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*Expansion Park II (GP Legend)
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*Mute City I (GP Legend)
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*Mute City Championship (GP Legend)
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*Six Carat (Climax)
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*Eight Carat (Climax)
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*Cactus Circuit (Climax)
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*Ten Carat (Climax)
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*Multiply (Climax)
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|Theme= <tabber>
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|-|Main (SNES) = [[File:F-Zero (SNES) Music - Mute City|thumb|center|100 px]]
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|-|Endless challenge (X) = [[File:Endless challenge (Mute City) - F-Zero X OST|thumb|center|100 px]]
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|-|Main; For the Glory (GX) = [[File:F-Zero GX music "Mute City"|thumb|center|100 px]]
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|-|Main (GP Legend) = [[File:Mute City - F-Zero GP Legend OST|thumb|center|100 px]]
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|-|Main (Climax) = [[File:F-Zero Climax - Mute City|thumb|center|100 px]]
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</tabber>
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}}'''''Mute City''''' (ミュートシティ; Mute City) is a heavily populated fictional city on Earth in the ''F-Zero'' series. Its original name was Mutant City<ref name="SNESmanual2">{{cite book | year=1991 | editor=Nintendo EAD | title=F-Zero instruction manual| pages=pp. 18|publisher= Nintendo |url= http://www.replacementdocs.com/download.php?view.1304 |date=1991-08-13 |language=English}}</ref> from which the current name is abbreviated.<ref name="MuteInfo3">{{cite web|url = http://f-zero.com/f-zero_gx/planet_course/mutecity.jsp|title = Planet & Course|accessdate =2007-08-12|publisher =Sega / Nintendo|quote =Short for "Mutant City," Mute City possesses tremendous influence over the entire universe and is considered by many to be the most sophisticated city in the F-Zero circuit. Over a billion sentients live within the city's borders, somehow managing to co-exist in relative harmony. A brand new Mute City course was just recently constructed when the old course became too worn and dangerous.}}</ref> This city is the most famous location in the F-Zero Grand Prix and has had courses in almost every ''F-Zero'' game to date.
   
The over one billion people living in Mute City consist of all kinds of sentient life. A brand new Mute City circuit was just recently constructed in ''F-Zero GX'' because the old circuit became too worn and dangerous.<ref>{{cite web|url = http://f-zero.jp/f-zero_gx/planet_course/mutecity.html|title = Planet & Course|accessdate =2007-08-12|publisher =Sega / Nintendo|language = Japanese|quote =(Translation) As information dispatching base of all outer space, mute city which has the influence which becomes great. The population exceeds 1,000,000,000, all intellectual life bodies have coexisted here.
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The population is over one billion, and consists of all kinds of sentient life. In ''F-Zero GX'', Mute City is known as a "Metropolis in the Heart of the Space Federation" and the information link for the entire universe. It is also regarded as the most advanced and sophisticated city in the universe.<ref name="MuteInfo2">{{cite web|url = http://f-zero.com/f-zero_gx/planet_course/mutecity.jsp|title = Planet & Course|accessdate =2007-08-12|publisher =Sega / Nintendo|quote =Short for "Mutant City," Mute City possesses tremendous influence over the entire universe and is considered by many to be the most sophisticated city in the F-Zero circuit. Over a billion sentients live within the city's borders, somehow managing to co-exist in relative harmony. A brand new Mute City course was just recently constructed when the old course became too worn and dangerous.}}</ref> In the future, Mute City is replaced by Bianca City as the center of economic, political, and cultural activity in the galaxy, due to a large deposit of pure titanium being discovered.<ref>{{cite book | title=F-Zero: Maximum Velocity instruction manual| publisher=Nintendo| year=2001 | editor=NDCUBE | pages= | language=English |quote=}}</ref> It is also stated in the original ''F-Zero'' manual that [[Dr. Stewart]] is from Mute City.
Alias mutant city. It is the most cheerful stage even in F-ZERO. Until now, deterioration of the circuit which exists became problem, was decided that this time the new circuit is constructed.}} </ref>
 
   
==Appearance in games==
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==''F-Zero ''series==
[[File:MutecityX.jpg|thumb|Mute City in ''F-Zero X'']]
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''F-Zero'' for the SNES has three Mute City tracks. Mute City I is the first track in the game and the Knight cup. The track is a simplistic circuit with one jump panel in it. Mute City II is the first track in the Queen cup and the sixth overall. This track has a circular area in it where you can take one of two paths. This shows Mute City in the evening. Mute City III is the opening circuit of the King cup and eleventh track in the game). This race takes places at nightfall and is the hardest of the three courses.
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=== '''''F-Zero''''' ===
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Mute City first appeared in the first game, ''[[F-Zero]]'', for the SNES. The game has three Mute City tracks.
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* '''Mute City I''' is the first track in the game and the first cup, the Knight League. The track is a simplistic circuit with one jump panel in it, and takes place at daytime.
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* '''Mute City II''' is the first track in the second cup, the Queen League and the sixth overall. This track has a circular area in it where you can take one of two paths, and has two jump panels. This shows Mute City in the evening.
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* '''Mute City III''' is the eleventh track in the game, and the opening circuit of the third cup, the King League. This race takes place at nightfall and is the hardest of the three courses.
   
''[[F-Zero X]]'' has three Mute City courses, plus a fourth in the Japan-Only [[F-Zero X Expansion Kit|Expansion Kit]]. Mute City 1 is a simple track that has a loop-de-loop in it. Mute City 2 takes place at night and has a jump ramp in it. Mute City 3 takes place at evening and has lots of jumps and gaps. (The Japan-Only Mute City 4 contains a very slim half pipe.)
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''[[F-zero GX|F-Zero GX]]'' and [[F-Zero AX]] have three tracks in total across the two. Twist Road (GX) is very similar to Mute City 1 from F-Zero X. Serial Gaps (GX) is a much harder course with lots of opportunities to fall off course. Sonic Oval (AX) is a simplistic oval with many booster pads.
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===''''''BS F-Zero Grand Prix''''''===
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In BS F-Zero Grand Prix and BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2, features Mute City IV.
   
==In the ''Smash Bros''. Series==
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Mute City and Big Blue are playable stages in ''Melee. ''In ''Brawl'', Big Blue returns as a ''Melee'' stage along side the new Port Town Aero Dive stage.
 
   
== Tracks ==
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=== '''''F-Zero X''''' ===
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[[File:MutecityX.jpg|thumb|right|Mute City 1]]''[[F-Zero X]]'' has three Mute City courses, plus a fourth one in the Japan-Only [[F-Zero X Expansion Kit|Expansion Kit]].
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* '''Mute City 1''' is the first track in the game, being under the Jack Cup. It is'' ''a simple figure-8 track that has a loop-de-loop in it, and it set on a misty day.
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* '''Mute City 2''' is the fourth track in the second cup, the Queen Cup. It takes place at night and has a jump ramp in it, and its layout is very similar to the basic layout of the three Mute Cities from the first game, but has slopes and tunnels and more turns.
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* '''Mute City 3''' is the final track in the third cup, the King Cup. It takes place in the evening and has lots of jumps and gaps, and it is the only one of the three Mute Cities in this game to be completely level.
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* The Japan-Only '''Mute City 4''' is the first track on the second add-on cup, the DD-2 Cup. It's in the shape of an 8, and it contains a very slim half pipe.
   
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'''[[F-Zero]]:                                                                                                   [[File:Mute_City_ISNES.png|thumb|180px|At Mute City I]]'''
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=== '''''F-Zero GX/AX''''' ===
*Mute City I
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[[File:Mutecity02 l.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Twist Road]]
*Mute City II
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In ''[[F-zero GX|F-Zero GX]]'' and [[F-Zero AX]], a brand new Mute City circuit was just recently constructed because the old circuit became too worn and dangerous.<ref>{{cite web|url = http://f-zero.jp/f-zero_gx/planet_course/mutecity.html|title = Planet & Course|accessdate =2007-08-12|publisher =Sega / Nintendo|language = Japanese|quote =(Translation) As information dispatching base of all outer space, mute city which has the influence which becomes great. The population exceeds 1,000,000,000, all intellectual life bodies have coexisted here.
*Mute City III
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Alias mutant city. It is the most cheerful stage even in F-ZERO. Until now, deterioration of the circuit which exists became problem, was decided that this time the new circuit is constructed.}} </ref> Between the two versions, there are a total of three Mute City tracks. '''Twist Road''' (in the Ruby Cup) and '''Serial Gaps''' (in the Sapphire Cup) appear in ''F-Zero GX'', while '''Sonic Oval''' appears in ''F-Zero AX''.
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* Twist Road is very similar to Mute City 1 from F-Zero X where it is simple and has a loop-de-loop.
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* Serial Gaps is a much harder course with lots of opportunities to fall off course.
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* Sonic Oval is a simplistic oval with many booster pads and is a perfect first course for any beginner racer starting out.
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Although appearing in ''F-Zero AX'', the Sonic Oval track also appears twice in ''F-Zero GX''; once in Chapter 1 of Story Mode as a virtual training course for Captain Falcon (with a slightly tinted color scheme), and as an unlockable track for Vs, Time Attack, and Free Race in ''GX''. In Story Mode, you have to collect all the capsules over a three-lap run and then complete the course before the time expires.
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This was also the home for [[Casino Palace]], which is located somewhere in the outskirts.
   
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'''BS F-Zero Grand Prix II:'''
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=== '''''F''''''''''-Zero: GP Legend''''' ===
*Mute City IV
 
   
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[[File:F-Zero_GP_Legend_07.png|thumb|right|150px|Expansion Park I]]
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Since ''[[F-Zero: GP Legend (video game)|F]]''[[File:MuteCityEarth.jpg|thumb|left|Mute City on Earth]]''[[F-Zero: GP Legend (video game)|-Zero: GP Legend]]'' is based on the [[F-Zero: GP Legend|anime of the same name]], Mute City in this game is the future version of New York.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.NintendoWorldReport.com/impressionsArt.cfm?artid=3191| title=F-Zero: GP Legend| accessdate=2007-03-26|last= Bloodworth|first=Daniel |date=2004-05-25|publisher=NintendoWorldReport}}</ref> This game features six Mute City tracks:
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* '''Tradition Park''' (in the Bronze Cup).
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* '''Expansion Park '''(in the Silver Cup).
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* '''Tradition Park II '''(in the expert Bronze Cup).
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* '''Expansion Park II '''(in the expert Silver Cup).
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* '''Mute City I '''(in the Platinum Cup, Mute City I is the same Mute City I that appeared in the first F-Zero).
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* '''Mute City Championship''' (Mute City Championship is not available in normal play, and is only accessible in Time Attack mode).
   
'''[[F-Zero X]] :'''
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*Figure Eight
 
*Technique                                                                       [[File:Mute_City_IVSNES.png|thumb|180px|At Mute City IV]]
 
*Jumps of Doom                                          
 
   
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===''''''Anime''''''===
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Of course, it was the main setting for the anime, as well as the home base for the Elite Mobile Task Force. It was formerly known as New York before [[Rick Wheeler]] woke up from cold sleep, then Mute City aroun[[File:Mutecity.jpg|thumb|right|150px|Mute City in 2201]]​​​​​​​d 2201. It was also home for the prince of crime, [[Zoda]], [[Lucy Liberty]], and [[Haruka Misaki]]. This also has not only some familiar courses that were homages, but also Memory Park.
   
'''[[F-Zero GX]] :'''
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*Twist Road
 
*Serial Gaps
 
*Sonic Oval                                                                                               
 
   
'''[[F-Zero GP Legend]] :                                                                                   '''
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=== '''''F-Zero Climax''''' ===
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[[File:F-Zero_Climax_02.png|thumb|right|150px|Six Carat]][[F-Zero Climax|''F-Zero Climax'']] features a total of six tracks that take place in Mute City. In order of appearance, they are:
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* '''Six Carat'''.
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* '''Eight Carat '''(first track in the expert Bronze cup).
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* '''Cactus Circuit '''(fourth track in the expert Silver cup).
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* '''Ten Carat '''(fourth track in the Master Bronze cup).
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* '''Cactus Circuit II '''(first track in the master Silver cup).
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* '''Multiply '''(first track in the Platinum Cup).
   
*Tradition Park                                                                                           [[File:F-Zero_GP_Legend_07.png|thumb|181px|At Expansion Park I]]                                           
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*Tradition Park II
 
*Expansion Park
 
*Expansion Park II
 
   
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==''Super Smash Bros''. series==
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=== '''''Super Smash Bros. Melee''''' ===
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The ''F-Zero'' franchise did not get a stage in the ''Super Smash Bros.'' series until its second installment, ''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]''. In this game, Mute City is one of two stages from ''F-Zero'', the other being [[Big Blue]]. Mute City is a starter stage and is where [[Captain Falcon]] is fought in the All-Star mode. The stage takes place on the Mute City race track with a thin platform hovering in the middle of it. Occasionally, this platform will go down, exposing the road, and letting incoming racers act as hazards. The racers' machines can also be destroyed by a variety of attacks (The Smart Bomb Detanators being the easiest method). The music that plays in the stage is a remix of the Mute City theme from ''F-Zero X''.
   
'''[[F-Zero Climax]] :'''
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*Six Carat
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*Multiply
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=== '''''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS''''' ===
*Eight Carat                                                                                               [[File:F-Zero_Climax_02.png|thumb|181px|At Six Carat]]
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[[File:SSB3DS Mute City.JPG|thumb|150px|Mute City (Smash 3DS)]]
*Cactus Circuit
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*Ten Carat
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A new Mute City stage appears in the [[Super Smash Bros. 4|fourth installment of the ''Super Smash Bros.'' series]], but only in the 3DS version. Here, it is the only ''F-Zero'' stage in the game, and is based on Mute City from the original ''F-Zero'' on the SNES. It is an unlockable stage obtained by winning three Smash battles as Captain Falcon. There are platforms in the air, and vehicles racing along the track. It is one of the few pixelated stages in the game. The two music tracks that play on the stage are a remix of the Mute City theme, and the original version of the song.
*Cactus Circuit II
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== ''Mario Kart'' series ==
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=== '''''Mario Kart 8''''' ===
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Mute City appears as a DLC track in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, under the Egg Cup. Unlike the other Mario Kart courses, Mute City does not have any coins on the actual track itself. Coins can only be obtained by driving over the recharge pathways, or getting them via the Item Boxes. Signs and buildings throughout the course depict and reference various ''F-Zero'' racers, like Captain Falcon, [[Samurai Goroh]], [[Dr. Stewart]], [[Pico]], [[Jody Summer]], and [[Mr. EAD]].
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See also: [https://mariokart.fandom.com/wiki/Mute_City Mute City in ''Mario Kart 8''].
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Mute City is similar to [[Bianca City]] in [[F-Zero: Maximum Velocity]]
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[[File:Memorypark.jpg|thumb|Memory Park]]
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*Mute City also appears in '''''[[BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2]]''''', in the form of''' Mute City IV'''. 
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*Mute City has appeared in every ''F-Zero'' game except ''[[F-Zero: Maximum Velocity]]'', where it was replaced by [[Bianca City]].  
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*At the end of Lap 15 in the Japanese dub, 100 years ago Mute City was the location that made contact with extraterrestrials, and the population and technology had been growing ever since.
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**Underneath where Rick lives, there is a huge screen that reflects the sky. It could either be rainy or snowy and there's a readout that provides a lot of intel. It could either say today's Election Day, or it's time to take the trash out.
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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MUCI2X.jpg
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Mutecity1X.jpg
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Twist Road Course Map.png|Course Map for Twist Road.
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Sonic Oval Course Map.png|Course Map for Sonic Oval.
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Serial Gaps Course Map.png|Course Map for Serial Gaps.
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Mutecity2.jpg|thumb
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</gallery>
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==Videos==
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<gallery>
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File:N64 F-Zero X - Mute City
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File:F-Zero X (N64) walkthrough - Mute City 2
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File:F-Zero X (N64) walkthrough - Mute City 3
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File:F-Zero X Time Attack Mute City 4 (1'15"639)
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</gallery>
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== Soundtrack ==
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{| class="wikitable" border="1"
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! Theme Name
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! Soundtrack
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|[[F-Zero|''F-Zero'']]
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npFR3EkCp94 Mute City I, II, & III]
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|-
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|[[F-Zero X|''F-Zero X'']]
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vqMcD5MYrw Endless Challenge]
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|-
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|[[F-Zero GX|''F-Zero GX'']]/[[F-Zero AX|''AX'']]
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5ropFMa3AE Mute City Main Theme]
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|-
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|[[F-Zero GX|''F-Zero GX'']]/[[F-Zero AX|''AX'']]
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTSQ7qedAnc Final Lap]
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|-
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|[[F-Zero GX|''F-Zero GX'']]
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlJ33AHdCVc Cover of Mute City] (named ''Sounds of Mute City'' in shop)
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| [[File:F-Zero_GX_Item_Song_1_(Cover_Of_Mute_City's_Theme).ogg|center]]
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|-
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|[[F-Zero: GP Legend (video game)|F-Zero GP Legend]]
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_WINpozjLk Theme of Mute City]
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|-
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|[[F-Zero Climax]]
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|-
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|''Mario Kart 8''
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6V1IIccP-4 Mute City]
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|-
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|''Mario Kart 8''
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3pYndNehus Mute City Frontrunning]
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|-
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|''[[Super Smash Bros. Melee]]''
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36QFu8XVIoE Mute City] (reused in [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|''Brawl'']])
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|-
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|''[[Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''
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|[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biOOJ0fiIXY Mute City]
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|}
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
{{reflist}}
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{{reflist}} 
 
[[Category:Worlds]]
 
[[Category:Worlds]]
 
[[Category:Super Smash Bros. Melee stages]]
 
[[Category:Super Smash Bros. Melee stages]]
 
[[Category:Super Smash Bros]]
 
[[Category:Super Smash Bros]]
 
[[Category:Mute City]]
 
[[Category:Mute City]]
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[[Category:F-Zero GX Courses]]

Latest revision as of 15:29, September 14, 2020

Mute City (ミュートシティ; Mute City) is a heavily populated fictional city on Earth in the F-Zero series. Its original name was Mutant City[1] from which the current name is abbreviated.[2] This city is the most famous location in the F-Zero Grand Prix and has had courses in almost every F-Zero game to date.

The population is over one billion, and consists of all kinds of sentient life. In F-Zero GX, Mute City is known as a "Metropolis in the Heart of the Space Federation" and the information link for the entire universe. It is also regarded as the most advanced and sophisticated city in the universe.[3] In the future, Mute City is replaced by Bianca City as the center of economic, political, and cultural activity in the galaxy, due to a large deposit of pure titanium being discovered.[4] It is also stated in the original F-Zero manual that Dr. Stewart is from Mute City.

F-Zero seriesEdit

 

F-Zero Edit

Mute City first appeared in the first game, F-Zero, for the SNES. The game has three Mute City tracks.

  • Mute City I is the first track in the game and the first cup, the Knight League. The track is a simplistic circuit with one jump panel in it, and takes place at daytime.
  • Mute City II is the first track in the second cup, the Queen League and the sixth overall. This track has a circular area in it where you can take one of two paths, and has two jump panels. This shows Mute City in the evening.
  • Mute City III is the eleventh track in the game, and the opening circuit of the third cup, the King League. This race takes place at nightfall and is the hardest of the three courses.

'BS F-Zero Grand Prix'Edit

In BS F-Zero Grand Prix and BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2, features Mute City IV.

F-Zero X Edit

MutecityX

Mute City 1

F-Zero X has three Mute City courses, plus a fourth one in the Japan-Only Expansion Kit.
  • Mute City 1 is the first track in the game, being under the Jack Cup. It is a simple figure-8 track that has a loop-de-loop in it, and it set on a misty day.
  • Mute City 2 is the fourth track in the second cup, the Queen Cup. It takes place at night and has a jump ramp in it, and its layout is very similar to the basic layout of the three Mute Cities from the first game, but has slopes and tunnels and more turns.
  • Mute City 3 is the final track in the third cup, the King Cup. It takes place in the evening and has lots of jumps and gaps, and it is the only one of the three Mute Cities in this game to be completely level.
  • The Japan-Only Mute City 4 is the first track on the second add-on cup, the DD-2 Cup. It's in the shape of an 8, and it contains a very slim half pipe.

F-Zero GX/AX Edit

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Twist Road

In F-Zero GX and F-Zero AX, a brand new Mute City circuit was just recently constructed because the old circuit became too worn and dangerous.[5] Between the two versions, there are a total of three Mute City tracks. Twist Road (in the Ruby Cup) and Serial Gaps (in the Sapphire Cup) appear in F-Zero GX, while Sonic Oval appears in F-Zero AX.

  • Twist Road is very similar to Mute City 1 from F-Zero X where it is simple and has a loop-de-loop.
  • Serial Gaps is a much harder course with lots of opportunities to fall off course.
  • Sonic Oval is a simplistic oval with many booster pads and is a perfect first course for any beginner racer starting out.

Although appearing in F-Zero AX, the Sonic Oval track also appears twice in F-Zero GX; once in Chapter 1 of Story Mode as a virtual training course for Captain Falcon (with a slightly tinted color scheme), and as an unlockable track for Vs, Time Attack, and Free Race in GX. In Story Mode, you have to collect all the capsules over a three-lap run and then complete the course before the time expires. This was also the home for Casino Palace, which is located somewhere in the outskirts.

F'''''-Zero: GP Legend Edit

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Mute City on Earth

-Zero: GP Legend is based on the anime of the same name, Mute City in this game is the future version of New York.[6] This game features six Mute City tracks:
  • Tradition Park (in the Bronze Cup).
  • Expansion Park (in the Silver Cup).
  • Tradition Park II (in the expert Bronze Cup).
  • Expansion Park II (in the expert Silver Cup).
  • Mute City I (in the Platinum Cup, Mute City I is the same Mute City I that appeared in the first F-Zero).
  • Mute City Championship (Mute City Championship is not available in normal play, and is only accessible in Time Attack mode).

'Anime'Edit

Of course, it was the main setting for the anime, as well as the home base for the Elite Mobile Task Force. It was formerly known as New York before Rick Wheeler woke up from cold sleep, then Mute City aroun
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​​​​​​​d 2201. It was also home for the prince of crime, Zoda, Lucy Liberty, and Haruka Misaki. This also has not only some familiar courses that were homages, but also Memory Park.

F-Zero Climax Edit

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Six Carat

F-Zero Climax features a total of six tracks that take place in Mute City. In order of appearance, they are:
  • Six Carat.
  • Eight Carat (first track in the expert Bronze cup).
  • Cactus Circuit (fourth track in the expert Silver cup).
  • Ten Carat (fourth track in the Master Bronze cup).
  • Cactus Circuit II (first track in the master Silver cup).
  • Multiply (first track in the Platinum Cup).

Super Smash Bros. seriesEdit

 

Super Smash Bros. Melee Edit

The F-Zero franchise did not get a stage in the Super Smash Bros. series until its second installment, Super Smash Bros. Melee. In this game, Mute City is one of two stages from F-Zero, the other being Big Blue. Mute City is a starter stage and is where Captain Falcon is fought in the All-Star mode. The stage takes place on the Mute City race track with a thin platform hovering in the middle of it. Occasionally, this platform will go down, exposing the road, and letting incoming racers act as hazards. The racers' machines can also be destroyed by a variety of attacks (The Smart Bomb Detanators being the easiest method). The music that plays in the stage is a remix of the Mute City theme from F-Zero X.


Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Edit

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Mute City (Smash 3DS)

A new Mute City stage appears in the fourth installment of the Super Smash Bros. series, but only in the 3DS version. Here, it is the only F-Zero stage in the game, and is based on Mute City from the original F-Zero on the SNES. It is an unlockable stage obtained by winning three Smash battles as Captain Falcon. There are platforms in the air, and vehicles racing along the track. It is one of the few pixelated stages in the game. The two music tracks that play on the stage are a remix of the Mute City theme, and the original version of the song.


Mario Kart series Edit

 

Mario Kart 8 Edit

Mute City appears as a DLC track in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, under the Egg Cup. Unlike the other Mario Kart courses, Mute City does not have any coins on the actual track itself. Coins can only be obtained by driving over the recharge pathways, or getting them via the Item Boxes. Signs and buildings throughout the course depict and reference various F-Zero racers, like Captain Falcon, Samurai Goroh, Dr. Stewart, Pico, Jody Summer, and Mr. EAD.

See also: Mute City in Mario Kart 8.


TriviaEdit

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Memory Park

  • Mute City also appears in BS F-Zero Grand Prix 2, in the form of Mute City IV
  • Mute City has appeared in every F-Zero game except F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, where it was replaced by Bianca City.  
  • At the end of Lap 15 in the Japanese dub, 100 years ago Mute City was the location that made contact with extraterrestrials, and the population and technology had been growing ever since.
    • Underneath where Rick lives, there is a huge screen that reflects the sky. It could either be rainy or snowy and there's a readout that provides a lot of intel. It could either say today's Election Day, or it's time to take the trash out.

GalleryEdit

VideosEdit

Soundtrack Edit

Game Theme Name Soundtrack
F-Zero Mute City I, II, & III  
F-Zero X Endless Challenge  
F-Zero GX/AX Mute City Main Theme  
F-Zero GX/AX Final Lap  
F-Zero GX Cover of Mute City (named Sounds of Mute City in shop)  
F-Zero GX Item Song 1 (Cover Of Mute City's Theme)
F-Zero GP Legend Theme of Mute City  
F-Zero Climax    
Mario Kart 8 Mute City  
Mario Kart 8 Mute City Frontrunning  
Super Smash Bros. Melee Mute City (reused in Brawl)  
Super Smash Bros. Brawl Mute City  

ReferencesEdit

  1. (1991-08-13) in Nintendo EAD: F-Zero instruction manual (in English). Nintendo, pp. 18. 
  2. Planet & Course. Sega / Nintendo. Retrieved on 2007-08-12. “Short for "Mutant City," Mute City possesses tremendous influence over the entire universe and is considered by many to be the most sophisticated city in the F-Zero circuit. Over a billion sentients live within the city's borders, somehow managing to co-exist in relative harmony. A brand new Mute City course was just recently constructed when the old course became too worn and dangerous.”
  3. Planet & Course. Sega / Nintendo. Retrieved on 2007-08-12. “Short for "Mutant City," Mute City possesses tremendous influence over the entire universe and is considered by many to be the most sophisticated city in the F-Zero circuit. Over a billion sentients live within the city's borders, somehow managing to co-exist in relative harmony. A brand new Mute City course was just recently constructed when the old course became too worn and dangerous.”
  4. (2001) in NDCUBE: F-Zero: Maximum Velocity instruction manual (in English). Nintendo. 
  5. Planet & Course (Japanese). Sega / Nintendo. Retrieved on 2007-08-12. “(Translation) As information dispatching base of all outer space, mute city which has the influence which becomes great. The population exceeds 1,000,000,000, all intellectual life bodies have coexisted here. Alias mutant city. It is the most cheerful stage even in F-ZERO. Until now, deterioration of the circuit which exists became problem, was decided that this time the new circuit is constructed.”
  6. Bloodworth, Daniel (2004-05-25). F-Zero: GP Legend. NintendoWorldReport. Retrieved on 2007-03-26.
 
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