King Sammer

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King Sammer
King Sammer SPM.png
First appearance Super Paper Mario (2007)
King Sammer, Super Paper Mario

King Sammer is the leader of the Sammer Guys in Super Paper Mario. To reach him, Mario, Peach and Bowser must defeat all 100 Sammer Guys throughout his land, Sammer's Kingdom. In Chapter 6-1, Mario and his teammates arrive at his kingdom and meet the king. He was in possession of the Pure Heart of this Chapter and agrees only to give it to the adventurers if they defeat his 100 Sammer Guys. Later, as Sammer's Kingdom is very close to destruction, King Sammer orders his vassals to stop battling and lets the heroes meet him to get the Pure Heart from a treasure chest. However, there is a bomb inside, and he reveals himself to be a disguised Mimi, who battles against the heroes to slow them down. When the heroes reach the 30th gate, Sammer's Kingdom is then destroyed along with the king himself. After Sammer's Kingdom is restored by the Purity Heart, King Sammer approaches a collapsed Sammer Guy and yells at him, prompting the Sammer Guy to stand up.

At the end of the game, the player can re-enter the Duel of 100. When the player beats all 100 of his Sammer Guys, the king gives Mario and friends seven rare Catch Cards. These specific cards depict Mario's partners from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. King Sammer's own Catch Card can be obtained from map 4, which is available after completing Chapter 6.

After the player beats all 100 Sammer Guys, returning to the kingdom and talking to King Sammer again will reveal that he "banished" his army to a tropical vista for a vacation, while he builds a "new army" consisting of kitty robots. Tiptron's Tattle says that King Sammer wants to turn the Duel of 100 into an amusement water park.

According to Garson of the Flipside bar, The Underwhere, the younger sister of Merlumina was sent to Sammer's Kingdom to deliver the purple Pure Heart to King Sammer I, but fell in love with him and stayed behind. The two eventually got married and ended having 100 children together. This is a reference to the current King Sammer and his 100 vassals.

Tattle information[edit]

That's King Sammer, regal monarch of the great Sammer Kingdom... He is considering turning the Duel of 100 into an amusement water park...

Catch Card[edit]

King Sammer
  • Card Type: Uncommon
  • Card Description: This overexcitable king hosts the Duel of 100! Martial-arts tournaments tickle his fancy.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese モノノフ王
Mononofu Ō
Warrior King; mononofu is an archaic Japanese term meaning "warrior"

French Roi Sam Ouraï
"Roi" (king) + pun on "samuraï" and the name "Sam"
German König Milit
König (king) + clipping of "militär" (military)
Italian Re Eztivo
King Sammer
Korean 싸우라비왕
Ssaurabi Wang
싸우라비 (ssaurabi) refers to "samurai"; 왕 (wang) means "king".

Spanish (NOE) Rey Samito[1]
King Samito; "Samito" is possibly derived from "Samitero", the name given to the Sammers