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Artwork of Mamar from Mario Party 5.
Species Star
First appearance Paper Mario (2000)
Latest appearance Mario Party: The Top 100 (cameo) (2017)
“Call on me when times are bad. Believe in this, Mario: My powers are strong... I'm a Star Spirit, after all!♥”
Mamar, Paper Mario
Mamar PM.png

Mamar is one of the seven Star Spirits in Paper Mario. Because of her kind-hearted and happy nature, she looks after the six other Star Spirits. She is the Star Spirit Tutankoopa guards in Chapter 2: The Mystery of Dry, Dry Ruins. When Mario frees Mamar from Tutankoopa, she gives him the ability to use Lullaby. Lullaby acts similar to the Sleepy Sheep, with Mamar coming into battle and singing a song to put the enemies to sleep. The move requires one Star Power to use. She later appears along with the rest of the Star Spirits in Star Haven when they give Mario the Star Beam.

In Mario Party 5, Mamar is the guide of bonus mode. She is the only Star Spirit that appears on the box art. She makes a cameo appearance in Mario Party: The Top 100 as part of the Star Spirits bio.


"Advice From The Star Spirits" Entry[edit]

Mamar's Hint: Visit Merlon when you don't know what else to do.

"Mario, dear. If you ever get to a point where you simply don't know what to do or where to go, visit Merlon in Toad Town. Merlon is a fortune teller, and I'm sure he can foretell what you are supposed to do. Just remember that it costs money to have your fortune told. There are lots of nice people who will give you good advice, too, so be polite and take the time to talk to everyone you meet."

Merlon won't tell you exactly what to do, but what he does tell you should be helpful.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マール
From "ma" (a term for "mother")
Chinese 母亲星[1]
Mǔqīn Xīng
Maternal Star
French Mèrétoile From "mère" (mother) and "étoile" (star)
German Mamar Same as English
Italian Astrella From "astro" (star) and "bella" (beautiful)
Spanish Serella From "serena" (serene) and "estrella" (star)