Gold Bar

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Gold Bar
A Gold Bar in the game Luigi's Mansion (from Game Boy Horror).
A Gold Bar in Luigi's Mansion
First appearance Luigi's Mansion (2001)
Latest appearance Luigi's Mansion 3 (2019)

Gold Bars are items seen in a few games of the Super Mario franchise.


Luigi's Mansion series[edit]

Gold Bar

Gold Bars first appear in Luigi's Mansion. They account for 100,000G each and are often found in Treasure Chests.

Gold Bars return in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and Luigi's Mansion 3, once again being a collectible treasure item. However, they are worth only 20G instead of 100,000G. They are also much more common and can appear after Luigi vacuums a ghost or flashes a gold spider, gold mouse, gold bat, gold beetle, or Gold Robomb with the Strobulb.

Paper Mario series[edit]

Gold Bar
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The Thousand-Year Door description A gold bar.
Super Paper Mario description A gold bar worth around 100 coins!

Gold Bars are also used for storing money in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario. Mario cannot use them in combat in any way, and he can only sell them for coins. If Mario buys 100 items at a store, he can get a Gold Bar for free. If he buys 300 items, he can get a Gold Bar x3. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Deepdown Depot sells Gold Bars for 110 coins, and they can be sold back for 100 coins.

In Super Paper Mario, Mario can give a Golden Leaf to Saffron to turn it into a Gold Bar and a Gold Bar into a Golden Meal, a useless item worth 50 coins (as opposed to the Gold Bar, which is worth up to 120 coins).

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きんかい
Gold Bar

French Lingot
German Goldbarren
Gold Bar
Italian Lingotto
Korean 금괴
Gold Bar

Spanish Lingote de Oro
Gold Ingot