Candy Pop

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Paper Mario

A Candy Pop, originally known as Candy Cane, is a blue and green striped object found in Paper Mario and its sequel, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.

Candy Cane sprite

Russ T. mentions that there are rumors that tell that if Mario does "something" for the Candy Canes, one of the Candy Canes will give Mario a reward. This Candy Cane is found on Pleasant Path in the separation of paths near the bridge that leads to the Koopa Bros. Fortress. If Mario walks or runs around this Candy Cane, it will follow Mario with its sight and throw HP-recovering hearts around the area. It also plays the Starman theme when Mario runs around it. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, there is a Candy Pop in Petal Meadows that will drop a Horsetail if it is hammered ten times. The Candy Pops also appear during battles as minor background elements in both Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door in their respective environments.

Candy Pops in a pre-release screenshot of Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Candy Pops appear as background scenery in pre-release footage of Paper Mario: Sticker Star shown at E3 2010; however, they do not appear in the final game.