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Artwork of Goodstyle from Wario: Master of Disguise
Artwork from Wario: Master of Disguise
First appearance Wario: Master of Disguise (2007)
“AH, yes, my new master! And I'm known as...Goodstyle! With merely a wave and a flourish, I've remade all of my masters! Oh, I've changed paupers into princesses! And I've turned zeroes into heroes! I've even helped many former masters such as HIM, turn into a master thief! So whoever you really want to be... Goodstyle is at your service!”
Goodstyle, Wario: Master of Disguise

Goodstyle is a magic mustached wand that Wario uses in Wario: Master of Disguise. He was passed down in the Cannoli clan and belonged to Count Cannoli until he was stolen by Wario. He gives Wario advice and enables his disguise transformations in the game.

Goodstyle's true identity from Wario: Master of Disguise
True identity

As it turns out, Goodstyle is actually the very first member of the Cannoli clan, and the one who banished Terrormisu to the Wishstone. He assumed a wand-like form to guide potential warriors capable of soundly defeating Terrormisu, which is why he guided Wario to reassemble the pieces, sure that he could defeat her once and for all. As a reward, he gave Wario all the treasure of the Cannoli family.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ステッキオ
Pun on "stick" or「素敵」(suteki, wonderful), and Italian name ending "-cchio" or Japanese name ending「お」(-o)

French Bonchic
German Stilgut
Italian Graziano
Italian form of the Roman name "Gratianus", meaning "grace" ("grazia" in Italian)
Spanish Simón
Literal Spanish translation of the name Simon


  • Goodstyle's face is similar to the face of Julius Pringles, the mascot of the Pringles brand of chips.