Thief Wario

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Thief Wario, also known as "The Purple Wind."

Thief Wario, also known as "The Purple Wind", is one of Wario's eight transformations in the game Wario: Master of Disguise. In this form, Wario dons a feather-topped purple mask, gains the ability to dash at high-speeds, jump higher, and can attack creatures directly. Thief Wario is Wario's default form in Wario: Master of Disguise.

Wario gains the power to transform into Thief Wario in Episode One: "Whose Show is This, Anyway?!!" after stealing Goodstyle, the wand of the Silver Zephyr, aka Count Cannoli. To turn into Thief Wario, the player must draw a check mark with the stylus. Thief Wario's motto is "Silent, but deadly!"

Special Controls[edit]

As Thief Wario, Wario can jump extra high by pressing either up on the D-Pad, or the X button. Wario can also attack enemies with his classic body slam by tapping the screen once with the stylus. There is no mastery gem for Thief Wario.

Wario's Book Description[edit]

Wario says the following about Thief Wario: "Draw a check mark on me! I can be disguised as the silent-but-deadly Thief Wario! Oh, and I can jump high and I'll tackle when you tap the Touch Screen."

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Caco Wario
French Wario Voleur
Dutch Dief Wario
German Langfinger-Wario
Italian Wario Ladro