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Artwork of Eve from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door artwork
Species Twilighter
First appearance Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)

Eve is a kind lady who lives in Twilight Town with her three children in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.


When Mario visits her house, Eve and her children are starving. If Mario gives her some food for her children, she will be happy, but immediately after, she will be turned into a pig by Doopliss. This also happens if Mario declines her request. She is later turned back to normal.

Eve also appears to have some method of obtaining Shooting Stars as when the player gives her food upon their first encounter, she will give Mario and co. a Shooting Star. Later, if the player decides to take on Eve's trouble, she will give them a Meteor Meal, which requires a Shooting Star to make. It can also be presumed that she has some in stock already.

In a trouble posted up by Eve in the Trouble Center, it is revealed that many years ago, she was in love with Podley, but issues caused them to separate. Eve is content with her life now with her children.


Thank You

How are you, Mario? This is Eve from Twilight Town. Remember me?

After a lot of soul-searching, I've found that I'm truly happy.

I may not be able to forget the hard times, or even completely remember them, but I've been thinking things over and I believe that my sad past paved the way to my current happiness. Is that deep?

Anyway, I can't think about that stuff all the time. The kids play all day... then they get hungry and cry and scream, so I'm pretty busy all day, every day.

The kids would love to see you again, so please drop by next time you're in the area!

Fondly yours, Eve


  • "That's Eve. It must be hard work raising all these kids, so I totally respect her. My mom always said that only hard work brings happiness...You think that's true?"
As a pig
  • "I KNOW she didn't turn into a pig to feed her hungry children... That would be TOO gnarly! But that is some spooky timing, I swear..."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダイアナ
French Diane Diana
German Diana -
Italian Dina -
Spanish Lugubrina From "lúgubre" (gloomy) with the female diminutive "-ina"