Dizzy Dial

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Dizzy Dial
PaperMario Items DizzyDial.png A Dizzy Dial from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Paper Mario description If it works, dazes and paralyzes all enemies briefly.­
The Thousand-Year Door description Makes all enemies dizzy, decreasing their accuracy.

The Dizzy Dial is a very common item from the Paper Mario series. It has a high chance of making all enemies Dizzy and is most effective against flying enemies. Bosses are extremely resistant to it, however. While the Dizzy Dial is sold in a few stores, it has a high drop rate by enemies. It is also mandatory to buy at least one Dizzy Dial in order to gain access to Don Pianta's headquarters.

Tayce T. can create Dizzy Dials by cooking with a Strange Leaf, optionally in combination with the Stinky Herb. This may be a reference to certain plants that can cause psychedelic experiences, or 'dizziness', when ingested.

Recipes[edit]

Recipe Result of Cooked Item
Strange Leaf Dizzy Dial
Strange Leaf + Volt Shroom
Strange Leaf + Stinky Herb

Paper Mario locations[edit]

The location of the Dizzy Dial in Shy Guy's Toy Box.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door locations[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese グルグルめまわし[2]
Guruguru Memawashi
Spinning Eye-turner (guruguru is an onomatopoeia for spinning/turning/etc.)
Chinese 眩晕盘
Xuànyūn Pán
Dizzy Dial
French Assom'Cadran Pun on Cadran assomant ("Overwhelming dial")
German Schwirrwarr From Schwirr ("buzz") and Wirrwarr ("clutter")
Italian Giratutto Spin everything
Spanish Disco Mareo Dizziness Disc

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jdaster64 (April 7, 2016). Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy Item/Badge Drop FAQ. GameFAQs. Retrieved October 11, 2016.
  2. ^ "Paper Mario: From Japanese to English". (June 17, 2013). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved January 31, 2015.