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Sprite of a Briefcase in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
"A heavy briefcase with Nitro Honey Syrup specs inside."
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)

The Briefcase is an item in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. It belongs to the Ratooey businessman on the Excess Express, and it has information about the Nitro Honey Syrup. During the events of Chapter 6, it is stolen by Doopliss (disguised as Zip Toad) while Mario and his teammates are aboard in an effort to prevent them from reaching the Garnet Star. The businessman then asks Pennington for help, who deduces that someone has stolen the briefcase along with Toodles' Gold Ring and the waitress's Shell Earrings to bomb the train with Nitro Honey Syrup. Mario catches the fake Zip Toad, who begrudgingly relinquishes the briefcase, along with the Gold Ring and the Shell Earrings, to him. Mario then returns the briefcase to the businessman.

If the player refuses to return the briefcase by pressing B Button at the item select menu, the businessman will ask Mario to do so, and the player will face the item select menu again.

Later, during the businessman's trouble, he forgets the code to his briefcase. The password is the number of chairs in Kroop's house, Flurrie's house, Don Pianta's office, and Toodles's house, 2625.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カバン
French Serviette Briefcase
German Koffer -
Italian Valigetta Briefcase
Spanish Maletín Briefcase