The stage has 3 platforms. Sometimes the Flying Man will appear and help the player who is near him, and then attacks the other players, much like an Assist Trophy, Flying Man can be knocked out like another player, there are up to five Flying Men in the stage. Many enemies rom Earthbound, such as the Mobile Sprout, will also occasionally appear and serve as a platforms. In the background, a part of the sky rips and shows points of Ness' and Ninten's in their respective games.
Magicant (also referred as Your World) is a location in EarthBound. It is entered after gaining all the parts of Eight Melodies, and is entered by Ness alone. There, all memories breathe life, as Ness encounters family members, his past selves, defeated enemies (Everdred for example), and even snowmen long melted. The only way to exit from Magicant is by entering the Sea of Eden, Ness's subconscious, and defeating Ness's Nightmare, the essence of evil in Ness himself and has all of Ness's abilities. Its defeat allows Ness's subconscious to talk to him and let him absorb Magicant and to awaken his true strength, prompting a massive power boost.
In Mother, it is a location and is the haven of Queen Mary. When Ninten and friends arrive, the Queen is suffering from amnesia. After gaining all Eight Melodies this amnesia dissipates and she remembers she is actually Maria, and it is revealed that Magicant is simply a product of Maria's consciousness.
Flying Men are a mythical species of birds with distinct human qualities. They are bipedal creatures that live in groups in different Magicants. They are very kind and are always ready to help. Ninten or Ness may decide to take a Flying Man with them while in Magicant, where they will help them in battle with enemies. They cannot be taken out of Magicant, however. If a Flying Man happens to fall in battle, a grave will be set up by their home and cannot be revived. In both EarthBound and Mother, there are only five Flying Men available.
- There's an error in the background scene. The sprite of Ninten has beige stripe on the bottom of his shirt instead of a black stripe in the middle like in the original Japanese version of Mother.