Hopslipper

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“If you're good, stomps a single foe many times.”
In-game description, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

The Hopslipper is an item in Paper Mario: Sticker Star and Paper Mario: Color Splash. It is a jump attack that hits 10 times in a row. They appear as green slippers with a spring attached to the bottom.

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Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

“The slightly weak attack befitting a slipper, but capable of up to ten jumps if your timing is on.”
Sticker Museum plaque, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Hopslippers first appear as stickers in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. They are dropped by Paragoombas, found in early levels such as Bouquet Gardens and Drybake Desert, and can be purchased in Decalburg. When used in battle, Mario must press A Button before landing on an enemy. Hopslippers deal 2 damage per jump, for a maximum of 20 if all ten jumps land. The Shiny Hopslipper, Flashy Hopslipper, Big Shiny Hopslipper, and Megaflash Hopslipper are upgraded versions of the Hopslipper. Infinijumps (Flashy Infinijump, Big Shiny Infinijump, Megaflash Infinijump) are direct upgrades from the Hopslipper in power, despite being very rare.

Paper Mario: Color Splash[edit]

“Quickly stomps a single enemy up to 10 times. ”
In-game description, Paper Mario: Color Splash

The Hopslipper appears as a Battle Card in Paper Mario: Color Splash. They are found very early in the game, first obtainable at Ruddy Road, and can be bought at Prisma Cardware for 5 coins unpainted or 15 coins pre-painted. The Hopslipper is also available from Prize Pipe Paths. It retains its Action Command from Paper Mario: Sticker Star. While the Hopslipper deals less damage than a regular Jump card, it is strong against stacked enemies such as the Boo 10-Stack. Stronger variants of Hopslipper in this game include the Hopslipper x2, Hopslipper x3, Big Hopslipper, and Huge Hopslipper.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ばねジャンプ
Bane janpu
Spring jump
Portuguese Chinelo mola Spring slipper