Prince Mush

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Prince Mush
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Full Name Prince Mush
Species Toad
First Appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)

Prince Mush is the first champion of the Glitz Pit. He is mentioned by several characters throughout Chapter 3 of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and appears at the end of it. Prince Mush was captured and had his power drained by Grubba's power-draining machine after he found out that Grubba was using a Crystal Star to drain fighters' powers. As such, Mush was missing for an extended amount of time. Afterward his older sister Jolene went undercover in the Glitz Pit to look for him, and after accidentally seeing Grubba power up by using his machine, she carefully guided Mario to defeat Grubba. After Grubba's defeat, he made it clear to Jolene that Mush was dead. The evil promoter had sucked the life out of Mush with his machine for his own selfish vanity, or so he had thought. Jolene is overcome with grief, as it is now confirmed what she long suspected to be true; her little brother was no more. Subsequently, Mush appeared out of the Gold Star, which powered Grubba's machine. It turned out he was not dead after all; perhaps the goodness of the Crystal Star had kept him alive. Now united with his sister Jolene, they rejoice.

Later in Mario's adventure, he gets an e-mail from Jolene saying that Prince Mush was planning on making a comeback. He is also the answer to a question of the X-Naut Fortress Thwomp, which asks who is the first champion of Glitzville.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese プリンス・マッシュ
キノシチョフ(本名)
Purinsu Masshu
Kinoshichofu (real name)
Spanish T. Rex
T. Roonie (real name)
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French Dark Toadster
Banali T (Real name)
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From "banalité", which means "banality"
German Dark Toadster -
Italian Re Mush
Toa Toa (real name)
King Mush

Trivia[edit]

  • Prince Mush's real name is simply Mush in the English version.