"Do not underestimate the powers of the queen."
— World's gallery quote in Magical Drop V

World (ワールド, "Wārudo") is a character who debuted as the final boss of the first Magical Drop.

Appearance and PersonalityEdit

World is a Goddess who has the appearance of a young woman. She has three eyes, with the third located on her forehead. She wears a large ribbon, said ribbon being the only thing protecting her modesty.

As the overseer of Magical Land, she is a gentle and polite woman. She ends most of her sentences with the phrase "desu wa."

Magical Drop (Chain Reaction) Edit

World is the final boss of the original Magical Drop. She is located at the seventh and final stage after defeating Magician.

Magical Drop II Edit

World is a playable character in Magical Drop II. She is fought in the 8th stage of the 1P vs CPU mode, after defeating Magician.

Magical Drop III / Pocket Edit

World runs the tutorial after starting the game. She is a possible opponent in the sixth stage of the easy difficulty and the tenth stage on medium/hard, alongside Empress and Strength Jr. In her ending, World wants to show everyone that she won the Magical Drop. But when Justice, Hermit, Devil, and Fool look at her, she slowly flies away.

Magical Drop Pocket Edit

World is not playable, but makes some cameos in Magician's and Hanged Man's endings.

Magical Drop F Edit

Due to the miscalculations, she is one of the characters who does not have a transformation. Despite, having a sheet over her body can still be used as a transformation. Her starting item in multiplayer is an orb where the item removes all drops of a single color.

Trivia Edit

  • World's theme, Goddess's Whisper, is the oldest character-specific theme in the series; it debuted as the final boss theme of the first Magical Drop.
  • World's victim animation in Magical Drop III refers to a famous scene from the Marilyn Monroe film The Seven Year Itch, where the wind from a subway vent blows Marilyn's skirt up.
  • World is one of two characters in Magical Drop F whose item doesn't cause them to physically transform; the other is Burnz.
  • She is referred to as Stephanie the World in the non-Japanese versions of Magical Drop V, the name seemingly originating from previous editors of this wiki before being included in the game by Golgoth.
  • World's victory animation in Magical Drop III, which heavily features her bouncing chest, has become an internet meme.