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Not to be confused with Autograph!
Sprite of Luigi's Autograph Sprite of Merluvlee's autograph The Excess Express engineer's Autograph from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The Autograph from Super Paper Mario. Icon of an item from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch)
Paper Mario description Luigi's autograph. Koopa Koot wants this.
An autograph from Merluvlee. Koopa Koot wants this.
The Thousand-Year Door description The autograph of the Excess Express engineer.
Super Paper Mario description A lipstick-marked paper. Take it to Old Man Watchitt.

An Autograph is a key item in Paper Mario, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, and Super Paper Mario. The signatures are of Luigi and Merluvlee in Paper Mario, the Excess Express engineer in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, and Merlumina in Super Paper Mario. In Paper Mario, the elderly Koopa Koot wants two Autographs and will reward Mario with three Star Pieces for Merluvlee's and only one coin for Luigi's.

In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Bob-omb boy on the Excess Express, Bub, wants to be a engineer when he grows up and requests Mario to get the engineer's autograph. When Mario brings it back to Bub, the young Bob-omb gives him a Shine Sprite.

In Super Paper Mario, Old Man Watchitt tells the player that a spirit has been haunting him lately and he now wants her autograph, giving Mario and friends a piece of paper to have signed. When Mario and co. get to the temple Merlumina's spirit rests, she autographs the paper after she finishes pouring her heart out to him and telling Mario and co. that she cannot sleep. Once they return with the signed paper, Watchitt rewards the player with the You-Know-What, which is necessary in the long process of getting Piccolo, an optional Pixl in the game.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ルイージのサイン[1]
Ruīji no Sain
Misutēru no Sain
Untenshi no Sain
Sain-iri no Shikishi
Luigi's Autograph

Merluvlee's Autograph

Engineer's Autograph

Autographed Paper

Chinese (simplified) 路易吉的签名[2]
Lùyìjí de Qiānmíng
Mòlùlì de Qiānmíng
Sījī de Qiānmíng
Luigi's Autograph

Merluvlee's Autograph

Driver's Signature

Chinese (traditional) 司機的簽名
Sījī de Qiānmíng
Driver's Signature

French Autographe
German Autogramm
Italian Autografo
Korean 사인 (Super Paper Mario)
기관사의 사인 (The Thousand-Year Door remake)
Gigwansa-ui Sain

Driver's Signature

Spanish Autógrafo


  1. ^ a b "Paper Mario: From Japanese to English". (June 17, 2013). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved February 4, 2015.
  2. ^ (8:35)
  3. ^ (1:06:18)