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“You know what makes me happy? When folks see me and smile. That's every flower's dream. Every flower's hope. Every flower's...life.”
In Paper Mario, Bub-ulbs give Mario Magical Seeds to plant them in Minh T.'s garden, revealing the way to Flower Fields. There are a total of four Bub-ulbs scattered around the world, which are found in Toad Town, Mt. Rugged, Forever Forest, and Lavalava Island's Jade Jungle. These Bub-ulbs, though, are buried underground, and all Mario and his party can see is a flower. Once Mario gets to Flower Fields, he meets several Bub-ulbs, all of which are in the main plaza of Flower Fields, where Wise Wisterwood resides. Bub-ulbs have different flower colors, from yellow to blue and from green to pink. When Mario first arrives, these Bub-ulbs are panicking due to the lack of sunshine in Flower Fields. When Mario restores Flower Fields back to its warm weather, Bub-ulbs personally thank Mario and even sing out of joy.
In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, two Bub-ulbs reside in Petalburg. One of them, Bub-ulber, gives Mario a Dried Bouquet in exchange for a Hot Dog from the Glitz Pit, after Mario completes his Trouble.
Although no Bub-ulbs appear in Super Paper Mario, Francis owns merchandise that is based on them.
Bub-ulbs have a name structure similar to Bob-ombs.
Tattles in Paper Mario
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