Doe T.

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Screenshot of Goombella, Mario, and Doe T., from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Doe T.

Doe T. is a Toad in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Doe T.'s name may be a pun on "doty", a word that means "decayed" and exclusively refers to wood. He can only be found by taking his trouble. He wants to see the Great Tree, but enemies block his way. Mario has to defeat them all so Doe T. can travel to the Great Tree.

Mario's reward for defeating the enemies is twenty Coins.


Goombella can use Tattle on Doe T. only when Mario finds him in Boggly Woods while taking on his trouble.

  • "That's Doe T., the Toad who asked us for help. He came all this way to see the Great Tree for himself. Now, let's clear out all the enemies here like he asked, OK, Mario?"

Goombella has an alternate tattle for Doe T. when he is just outside the Great Tree immediately after his trouble is solved.

  • "That's Doe T., the Toad who asked us for help. I'm so glad he finally got to see this place, y'know?"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ファビオ

French Fabian
From the Japanese name
German Komi T.
From "Komm mit", which means "come along".
Italian Toadario
From "Toad" and the given name "Dario"
Spanish T. Doe