Line Jump

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Line Jump
A Line Jump Card in Paper Mario: Color Splash.
Description
"Stomps all enemies in order with a jump—forward and backward with perfect execution."
First appearance Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2012)
Latest appearance Paper Mario: Color Splash (2016)
“An attack that lets you stomp foe after foe with decreasing power, but only if you have good jump timing.”
Sticker Museum plaque, Paper Mario: Sticker Star

The Line Jump is an attack that appears in Paper Mario: Sticker Star and Paper Mario: Color Splash. In both of its appearances, it functions similarly to the Multibounce badge in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, stomping every enemy in battle in a row.

History[edit]

Paper Mario: Sticker Star[edit]

“Stomps all foes in a line. Gets progressively weaker and faster with each jump.”
In-game description

In Paper Mario: Sticker star, the Line Jump appears as a basic attack sticker, where they are sold for 12 coins in Decalburg and can be obtained relatively easily in the field. It appears similar to the Jump sticker, but sporting a light and dark blue design.

Like other basic stickers of its kind, it occupies 1 square of space in the Album. When used, Mario will attempt to jump on every enemy in battle in a line traveling back and forth, hitting each enemy up to three times. The chain is broken if Mario lands on a spiked enemy, however.

It can be placed into the No. 15 slot in the Sticker Museum alongside its stronger counterparts, such as the Shiny Line Jump. It is given an attack rating of one star.

Paper Mario: Color Splash[edit]

The Line Jump reappears in Paper Mario: Color Splash in Battle Card form. It functions the same way as it did in its predecessor, stomping multiple enemies in battle. It is available for purchase unpainted for 20 coins, and available for at the price of 90 coins in painted form.

Additionally, more powerful variants appear in the form of the Big Line Jump and the Huge Line Jump cards. Unlike most other jump-based cards, the Line Jump does not have a x2, x3, or x5 variant, which is a trait it shares with the Spin Jump.

In the Prisma Museum, it is located in the #10 slot.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese つぎつぎジャンプ
Tsugitsugi Janpu
Spanish (NOA) Salto enfilado Line Jump
Spanish (NOE) Salto en línea Line Jump