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Mario Party 6 promotional artwork: Brighton
Artwork of Brighton from Mario Party 6
First appearance Mario Party 6 (2004)
Latest appearance Mario Party: The Top 100 (cameo) (2017)
“I'm Brighton, the incandescent dude of the daytime!”
Brighton, Mario Party 6

Brighton is a character who appears like a sun, who gets into a fight with the moon, Twila, in the game Mario Party 6. Brighton's name is a pun on "bright", owing to his resemblance to the sun. He was the one who started the feud by asking Twila, "Who's more impressive? You or me?" He refers himself to be "cooler" than Twila. Brighton also controls the board for three turns and switches off with Twila after the three turns are up. However, in Clockwork Castle, a player who lands on the Green Space at the top of the board has a 50/50 chance to change day to night instantly.

Once all pages in the Miracle Book are bought, Brighton and Twila see how much work everyone has done to fill the Star Bank. They both make up and promise to get along. As an award for their hard work, the sun and moon scatter the Stars across the sky, being seen miles away. Thus, he ended his feud with Twila. He also hosts Speak Up, Mic Mode and Solo Mode.

He also appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a Sticker usable by any character.

Profiles and statistics[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Brawl sticker[edit]

Image Game Effect
Brighton Sticker Mario Party 6 Shield Resistance +8

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Brighton and Twila: "Agents of the sun and moon shining in the sky over Mario's world. They take turns as day passes into night and back."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ソルル
From Latin word "sol" (meaning "sun") and the name "Lulu"
French Célestin A pun on "celestial"
German Sonnja Portmanteau of the given name Sonja and Sonne (sun).
Because Sonne is feminine, in that version, Brighton is female.
Italian Lucio A given name that sounds like luce (light)
Spanish Sololo Pun on Lolo, a name, and Sol, that is Sun in Spanish