Bowser's Toys

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The title card for Bowser's Toys.

Bowser's Toys is a quest in Mario Party Advance. It starts in the Bowser Toy Shop, when the player enters and Bowser asks the player if they want to challenge him. The player can claim that they were just looking around, which leaves Bowser and Koopa Kid disappointed that they didn't show off their toy collection, or they can accept, promptly starting the quest. Bowser then initiates his "Cartoon Quest", which involves Bowser asking the player five questions about his favourite show, Toad Force V. As several previous quests revolved around Toad Force V, the questions all involve bits of trivia that had been mentioned previously. The questions, and their potential answers, are as follows:

  1. What letter is on Toad Force V's forehead?
    1. X
    2. V - a poster featuring Toad Force V can be seen behind Koopa Kid at the store
    3. .com
  2. What is Toad Force V?
    1. A car
    2. A robot - Mushbert describes him when asked about it during a relevant quest (either DVD for Me or What's That Line?)
    3. A power drink
  3. What does Toad Force V fight for?
    1. Money
    2. Peace - Again, Toadbert describes him when asked about it during either DVD for Me or What's That Line?
    3. Mom
  4. What is the famous line in episode 28?
    1. I'm just a 'shroom!
    2. I'm an iron 'shroom! - Lakitu's quest, What's That Line?, focuses on finding the line for Lakitu
    3. I'm no mushroom!
  5. What is the name of Toad Force V's hero?
    1. Britney
    2. Shroomlock
    3. Jack - Both Lakitu and Mushbert mention his name during the quests involving them

If any of the five questions are answered incorrectly, the player is forced to restart the quest from the beginning. Once all five questions are correctly answered, Bowser is shocked by the player's knowledge, then challenges them to a Duel minigame, Slammer. Once the minigame is successfully completed, Bowser begrudgingly gives the player his Gaddget, Screen Clean, ending the quest.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Bowser fait mumuse Bowser plays around