Carpaccio

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Carpaccio
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Species Human
First appearance Wario: Master of Disguise (2007)
“Look, buddy! When you got a mind like a steel trap like mine... Plus the coldest heart in the biz... And fan-freakin'-tastic hair like this... Then maybe we'll talk more. Until then, you're wastin' my time.”
Carpaccio, Wario: Master of Disguise

Carpaccio is an enemy of Wario who appeared in Wario: Master of Disguise. Carpaccio is a thief who, like Wario and Count Cannoli, is after the legendary Wishstone. He comes from a wealthy family and owns a company that produces various weapons. Carpaccio also has a global company called Sigil Securities.

In Episode 4, "A Third Thief Brings Grief", he challenges Wario to a battle in his superpowered form, Head Honcho Carpaccio, but is defeated by Wario. Later, he forms an alliance with Count Cannoli to stop Wario, but this too fails. Finally, in Episode 9, "More Shocking than the Next Episode?!", he challenges Wario to a rigged footrace, which Wario also wins.

Carpaccio then flees to Allergia Gardens to retrieve the final piece of Wishstone, as Wario gives chase.

In special Episode 3, Carpaccio issues a challenge to Wario and Cannoli to find parts to a new machine, saying whoever does so can keep the machine.

Carpaccio was actually trying to prevent Terrormisu, the demon sealed within the Wishstone, from being released. Wario pieced the stone back together, and she arrived, planning to devour the souls of the world. Before Wario defeated her, Count Cannoli and Carpaccio managed to escape unharmed.

In-game description[edit]

A brilliant, pompous chemist, and the current president of Sigil Securities. He lives to find the Wishstone, but also enjoys fine suits from the best tailors in the land.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カルパッチョ
Karupaccho
Carpaccio

Trivia[edit]

  • Just as Terrormisu and Count Cannoli draw their names from Italian food items, Carpaccio shares his name with the carpaccio, a raw meat dish typically served as an appetizer.