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Antasma[edit]

Antasma is an evil bat "king" (giving himself the King title).

("Affiliation: himself.")

Trivia
  • Antasma and Swooper are both bats. Whether they are related or not is unknown.

Baby Birdo[edit]

Baby Birdo

Baby Birdo is the baby form of Birdo. Baby Birdo has yet to appear in any Mario games. She is one of the only babies not to be a star child. She looks extremely similar to her older self, except for her personal bow. Birdo.jpg A photograph of the current appearance of Baby Birdo.

Games starred in:

None

("A baby with a wedding ring?")

Baby Bowser[edit]

Although he is the child of his father and mother.......

[...]

The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
"Toddler Terrors of Time Travel"
Baby Mario and Baby Luigi.

Baby Mario and Baby Luigi appeared in an episode of The great adventure of Mario 2, "Toddler Terrors of Time Travel". In this episode, Yoshi and Kooky von Koopa attempted to use Kooky's Time Travel Tube to go back in time to Brooklyn and stop the X-men. from getting transported to the habbo Hotel via going through a teleporter disguised as a bathtub they were fixing. The current day Mario Bros. attempt to stop them, by following Koopa and Kooky through to Habbo. However, due to a glitch in the Teleport Travel Tube, everyone on board is turned gay. Baby Toad however manages to retrieve the Tube after it is fixed and turn himself and the Mario Bros. back to Habbo. The Mario Bros. and Toad later stop Yoshi's scheme.

[...]

Physical Description

Baby Luigi is very similar to Baby Toad. Both have a reputation of being quite "gay". He also has a thin layer of brown hair always covered by his trademark "L" hat. The only major difference between Baby Mario and Toad is that Toad is obviously an alien mushroom, while Baby Luigi wears a green shirt and green hat. Also, Baby Luigi's sneakers are green and Toad hates sneakers.

Baby Luigi[edit]

History
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time

(This section had 14 fully detailed paragraphs. 14. Count them.)

Baby Peach[edit]

Baby on Wii

['nuff said]

Baby Rosalina[edit]

(Note that these "articles" (and a few other attempts not archived here) were written before Baby Rosalina's actual debut in Mario Kart 8.)

BabyRosalina3D.png

Baby Rosalina, State together with the young Polari, this 3D image. Baby Rosalina has no magic wand as Princess Rosalina has. But only later when she gets her degree she has achieved. Baby Rosalina not even exist, but everyone has ever had a baby, so why is Baby Rosalina here.


Baby Rosalina is the baby version of galaxy princess, Rosalina. She hasn't been in very many games. Her most famous appearance is in Diaper Duty 2: The Eggs. Baby Rosalina appears in the Super Baby Partners Squad game. She helps Baby Mario & Baby Luigi rescue Baby Peach & Baby Daisy from Baby Bowser by giving them special abilities and a few hints. She becomes a playable character after the game is completed.

Games she appears in:
Diaper Duty 2: the eggs
Diaper Duty 3: Baby Peach's turn to shine
Diaper Duty 4: Piranha Plant storms
Diaper Duty 5: Koopa Kid Gets Mad
Diaper Duty 6: Baby Birdo is born
Diaper Duty 7: The Nega star children
Diaper Duty 9: The lost island
Super Baby Mario Kart

(Where is Diaper Duty 8?)

Baby Toad[edit]

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Baby Toad is a little Toad. He always sleeping and he love Mario

("he always sleepin' n' shit" -- Super Radio (talk))

Baby Waluigi[edit]

Baby Waluigi.png

Baby Waluigi

("If anyone needs any help after seeing this image, I know a good therapist." - Stooben Rooben (talk))

("Well that's not creepy at all")


WELL FROM WHAT I THINK I KNOW UMMMM HE LOVES BABY DAISY


“I love golden coins. Like always.”
Baby Waluigi, Yoshi's Island Wii (Coming Soon)

Baby Waluigi, comes in for almost nothing Baby Waluigi has a Spiny Shell (Mario Kart Item), and a coin in his hand. He hates Baby Weegee (not Baby Luigi).

Baby Waluigi, has a Spiny Shell (Mario Kart Item) and a coin in his hand.

("Great, another Baby Waluigi")

Beanbean Guard[edit]

Beanbean Guards are shown to not be very bright as they do not know of the many things the Mario Bros. tells them (Princess Peach, Chuckola Reserve, etc.). They also do not seem to be very powerful or good at their job, as they are beaten by Fawful numerous times.

Björn[edit]

Trivia:

  • The letter "ö" is only used in the Estonian, Finnish, Icelandic, Turkish, German, Hungarian and Swedish languages.

Bleak[edit]

After Bleak has sustained enough damage, he will seem to go into some sort of seizure (quivering and making bizarre noises) and then explode, giving out a Bonus Coin.

(why are comparisons to having seizures one of the funniest entries?)

(The text was later changed to 'After Bleak has sustained enough damage, he will go into some sort of laughing fit and then explode (Die Laughing)'. He's literally dying of laughter, I'm metaphorically dying of laughter.) Bazooka Mario (talk)

Blue Yoshi[edit]

Super Mario Run description

"Yoshi is Mario's loyal adventuring buddy. He is a 15 year old squeaker and raging homosexual in denial. He can Flutter Jump, and he's got no fear of spikes! Popular with Blue Toads."

("This was added on September 8th, 2017 and remained until an anonymous user removed it on November 21, 2017. Clearly I suck at my job." - Alex95 (talk))

Brown Yoshi[edit]

Due to the absence of Brown Yoshis in recent games, and with the prevailance of Orange Yoshis instead, many consider Brown Yoshi and Orange Yoshi to be one and the same. Of course, it's also possible that Brown Yoshis are simply endangered.

[...]

It's appearances usually take place in the past and are almost never seen in the modern day, implying that they've become extinct or at least critically endangered.

("Habitat destruction and poaching finally got to them." LeftyGreenMario (talk))

Bowletta[edit]

[...] in place of Bowser's chestplate are two "raised circles".

("And the award for most laughable euphemism goes too...")

Bowser[edit]

Common sense

Bowser's plans are also sometimes complicated in themselves and involve numerous crimes such as abduction, theft, robbery, terrorism, abuse, harrassment, blackmail, arson, destruction, numerous attempts of mass murder, minion facilitation, child endangerment, assault, and even acts such as frame-up, fraud, and identity theft as evident in Super Mario Sunshine.

("The christ is "minon facilitation", anyway?")

Emotions
Bowser is usually portrayed as angry and remorseless.

While Bowser has been shown from pure relentless evil to a comical villain, there have been hardly any instances where Bowser has shown any form of emotion other than anger or hatred. Bowser has never shown any remorse for his actions, which have led to numerous atrocities and caused much destruction from the Mushroom Kingdom all the way to the outer reaches of the universe. Bowser also seems to lack sympathy and has disregard for any form of life. Bowser's many attacks on the Mushroom Kingdom could have easily taken many lives, but Bowser has never shown any remorse when doing these attacks, only focusing on obtaining power and ruling the Mushroom Kingdom with Peach at his side. In Paper Mario, Mario's defeat at the hands of Bowser, to which Bowser mockingly laughed at, could be considered murder as he is only able to rise up after the combined energy of the Star Spirits. In Super Paper Mario, Bowser has shown to have no problems killing his own minions when they attack. He has even on occasions abducted infants to fulfill his nefarious goal of conquest and did not care in the least for their well being. Perhaps Bowser's biggest demonstration for disregard for other lives is in Super Mario Galaxy, where his plot was to wipe out entire galaxies to create a cosmos he can control.

"(The following pictures are great pictures to showcase Bowser's pure evil:)"

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Bowser (Super Mario Galaxy Boss)[edit]

Bowser (Super Mario Galaxy Boss)
Bowsersmg2.png
Species Koopa
Galaxy Bowser's Star Reactor
Bowser's Dark Matter Plant
Bowser's Galaxy Reactor
Bowser's Lava Lair
Bowser's Gravity Gauntlet
Bowser's Galaxy Generator
Level(s) The Fiery Stronghold
Darkness on the Horizon
The Fate of the Universe
Bowser's Big Lava Power Party
Breaking into Bowser's Castle
Bowser's Fortified Fortress
Dome Fountain
Bedroom
World World 2
World 4
World 6
Star Given SMG: Smg icon grandstar.png
SMG2: Smg2 icon grandstar.png
“I don't have time to chat, so let's cut this short... Shorty
Bowser, Super Mario Galaxy 2

Bowser was a Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2 boss, just like nearly every other Mario game. In Super Mario Galaxy, Bowser stole some Power Stars and Grand Stars from Rosalina and her Luma friends. Therefore, Rosalina told Mario (or Luigi) to get them back. So you had to fight Bowser for it. That's how he became a boss.

("The tale of how Bowser became a boss is one that will be told for the ages.")

Cackletta[edit]

Cackletta is an evil sorcerer witch from the Beanbean Kingdom and is the main antagonist of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga for the Game Boy Advance, and its 3DS remake. She also appeared as a Sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Dedar[edit]

Dedar is so confident in his abilities that he suggests Toad should plan on having some excuses for losing. Toad, of course, made him eat his words.

Diddy Kong[edit]

return of the werdos

The old render of Diddy Kong.Diddy Kong first appeared in revenge of the werdos the last donkey Donkey Kong Country, here he was still Donkey Kong's apprentice and an in-training video-game star. Wanting to humor an over eager Diddy,but diddy got mad at dk and banished him from the jungle forever Donkey decided to let Diddy guard his Banana Hoard. Unfortunately, when DK assigned this duty to Diddy he hadn't expected the Kremling Krew to attack. Unable to hold off an attack by a Krusha, Diddy was sealed in a barrel. The next morning Donkey awoke and, realizing his bananas were missing, he found and released Diddy and the two set off to reclaim them and drive the Kremlings off of Donkey Kong Island. Eventually Donkey and Diddy managed to defeat King K. Rool and the Kremling Krew.

werdoland 2 diddys distruction

Disaster soon struck in werdo land 2 diddys distruction, when the Kremling Krew kidnapped Donkey Kong burned him in a fire took diddy with him when he did it then burned his face and whisked him away to their own island, werdo Isle. K. werd threatened to never return Donkey Kong unless he was given the mario of Banana crack, which Diddy agrese to give because all the trouble that he and Donkey Kong went through to help him in the previous game. It was up to Diddy and werdo sqad to venture through werdo Isle and dystroy Donkey Kong with Captain K Rool. Near the end of werdo land 2 diddys dystruction, Donkey Kong was dystroyed by Diddy and the werdo squad and werdo Isle sank them to the ocean.

Donkey Kong Jr.[edit]

One of Donkey Kong Jr.'s alternate colour schemes in Mario Tennis, for the Nintendo 64, gives him pink fur, making him identical to the Pink Donkey Kong Jr. It is not known if this pink Donkey Kong Jr. is meant to be the Pink Donkey Kong Jr. of Donkey Kong Jr. Math, or simply a form of the actual Donkey Kong Jr.; the resemblance between the characters of the two games may even be a coincidence.

(It should be noted that the Pink Donkey Kong Jr. fandom has since become very strong in the Super Mario Wiki community.)
(Also no, his alternate colors in Mario Tennis are not pinkMedia:DKjr Colors.png. - Doc von Schmeltwick (talk))

The Dinosaurs[edit]

The Dinosaurs are a group of, as the name indicates,inhabiting Diamond City

("The Dinosaurs are a pizza chain.")

Donkey Kong[edit]

Who is Donkey Kong?

Donkey Kong's exact role in the Mario series is somewhat sketchy. His original appearance portrayed him as a villainous-or just stupid and confused-ape with unequaled strength.

Additional confusion has been caused by the appearance of a character called Donkey Kong Jr. in some recent Mario sports games, who appears to be younger than the present Donkey Kong. This could be disregarded however, since Baby Mario also sometimes appears alongside Mario during spin-offs.

Physical Appearance

Donkey Kong has muscular pecs, a slim stomach, and large triceps and biceps; all surrounded in chocolate brown fur.

Type

It's said DK is a two hundred pound western wandering gorilla, however this has not been completely cleared with Miyamoto or Nintendo

Donkey Kong Country Wii

Donkey Kong Country Wii is a video game in development by Rare and Nintendo (collectively called "DK Wii") for the Wii. It was announced by Nintendo of America president and CEO Reggie Fils-Aime and a trailer was briefly shown during the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2009. The game features 3D side-scrolling gameplay. Fils-Aime stated that Donkey Kong Country Wii would "take you deeper into Kong's story," and also noted that the game would be a return to the style of the traditional series as opposed to the Konga series, though the game will have you fighting King K. Kool and his army of Kremlings and the new main villain of the series Emperor Wart. It is scheduled for release in 2011.

("Why was this part of the Donkey Kong article?")
("It's worth noting that this "section" was created before Donkey Kong Country Returns, a Donkey Kong Country series installment...surprise, surprise...for the Wii, officially released in 2010...one year earlier." - Toadette the Achiever (talk))

[...]

  • Although usually faster than Bowser, Donkey Kong appeared as the slower character in Mario Super Sluggers. Why Bowser had the higher running stat in that game is unknown.

[...]

Donkey Kong and Mario have had quite rivalry for some time. This rivalry has taken a new course as witnessed in the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series, though in most cases it's really Mario that never learns and almost always assumes bad faith.

("Would it be assuming bad faith at this point? Your stores robbed, your property damaged, your employees kidnapped, and your girlfriend traumatized? All over children's toys?")

Dorrie[edit]

Super Mario 64

The first known Dorrie from Super Mario 64 lives in an underground lake in the Hazy Maze Cave. He spends his days swimming in circles, but will gladly give Mario a ride if he gets on his back. It is also possible to steer Dorrie by carefully climbing up onto his head; Mario will lose control of movement for a moment, then the player can control Dorrie by facing the direction they want to go in. Ground Pounding on his head will cause him to lower his neck, making this task easier. A sign near the lake in which he takes residence states that he might eat visitors if they get too close, although he otherwise proves to be a harmless creature. Apparently, Dorrie is a Plesiosaur, possessing a rather younger complexsion.

Dr. Crygor[edit]

In addition to being a scientist, Dr. Crygor is a WarioWare, Inc. employee. As such, he frequently appears as one of the stage or mode hosts in the WarioWare games. He has a niece. His niece is Penny. Check out Penny for more.

("Never mind the 'oh hey let's just split this into separate sentences for no reason' writing that could easily be replaced with 'He has a niece named Penny', this news-site style link (or lack thereof) is just ridiculously funny." -TheDarkStar (talk))

Dromedary[edit]

As soon as he gets on it, the Dromedary starts to run very quickly and Mario gets flung away. Later in the comic, he meets the very same Dromedary again. Angrily, it kicks him away. The fact that Mario lands miles away from the animal suggests that it has supernatural powers.

Dry Bowser[edit]

This may be because his transformation pushed his anger and hatred of Mario to the extremes, possibly completely corrupting himself. In other words, Bowser's mean to the bone. [...] Dry Bowser's personality is similar to his living counterpart, Bowser. He is a cruel and ruthless villain, and his roar is even more terrifying than the living Bowser's.

Emoglobin[edit]

  • Emoglobins may be emo, which their name confirms.

False Bowser[edit]

Though evil, he fights exactly like Bowser.

("Isn't Bowser already evil to begin with?")

Fawful[edit]

Fawful
Fawful art from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
Full name Fawful
Species Beanish
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (2009)
Affiliation(s) Himself, Cackletta, Metaboss

Fawful is a mechanical genius, but his common sense suffers due to his uncontrollable anger, which often causes him to act in a delusional and somewhat autistic manner. His name comes from the words "guffaw" (a term that refers to powerful laughter) and "awful."

(The real gem isn't the edit itself, but the notes for adding it and immediately removing it:)

  • "Autists are geniuses who lack social skills. That's Fawful for you right there."
  • "That in no way is what an autistic person is."

(Stay classy, guys. Just... Stay classy. ~Camwood777 (talk))


Personality

Fawful's extreme rage makes him a psychopath, often harming others without cause or sympathy ("Finally! Now is the time where my true might shines, like many angry sunbeams of rage!"). Fawful only cares for Cackletta in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and frantically helps her when she is not hurt, but ignores her when she is hurt. Yet, Fawful's speech prior to his final battle against Mario and Luigi reveals that he's very disturbed at how it was his genius that allowed Cackletta to live on while he remains a lackey and lets her obtain all the power and glory. This was apparently the start of Fawful's true lust for greater power and gratification, having had enough of serving others and allowing his genius to be used for their own gains and not getting anything back in return, not even recognition.

Fawful delights in taunting his enemies before obliterating them ("Your lives that I spit on are now but a caricature of a cartoon drawn by a kid who is stupid!"). Fawful is quite deranged, he has several megalomaniac desires, and aspires to create great chaos in the world. He lusts for the ultimate dark power and does not care for the consequences that it would bring to the rest of the world, willing to let it be plunged into endless chaos with millions of lives being consumed by his warped desires.

Fawful is also arguably the most self-absorbed villain in the series, building statues in his honor wherever he goes, hosting shows about him, speaking of himself in third person in honor, constantly making speeches on his genius, and even giving his army his own likeness. To further show off his image, Fawful created several Fawful merchandise sold to his minions, and even made some of his minions look like him (such as "Fawful Guy").

("Did you know Fawful is grimdark? Me neither.")

Funky Kong[edit]

Trivia
  • It should be noted that Funky Kong is considered to have the best theme song in whatever game he appears in.

("No it shouldn't." - Megadardery (talk))

Gobblegut[edit]

Gobblegut has a few jagged crystals protruding from its head, and it has a large bulbous chin that has numerous scars on it (most likely due to the numerous times it slams his chin into solid rock). It also has orange eyes with a demented look to them.

Goombella[edit]

As stated in her Tattle in the underground area of Shhwonk Fortress, Goombella is the only Goomba who wears shoes.

("Goombella has the same feet as any other Goomba..." -LeftyGreenMario (talk))

Harry Blackstone Jr.[edit]

Harry Blackstone Jr. (June 30, 1934 – May 14, 1997) (occasionally shortened to simply Blackstone) is a famous, currently deceased magician who has appeared in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!.[...]

("When will he be alive again?")

Herman Smirch[edit]

Because of the series' early cancellation, the truth about Smirch's misadventures was never truly revealed - that he had merely hallucinated Tatanga, Daisy, and Mario coming out, and none of it was happening at all.

Hen[edit]

Although Wario seems to love his hen very much, she may be his unwilling prisoner. During Wario's attempt to bring her home, she is constantly trying to run away. This may, however, be merely because she is roused up by the turn of events in her peaceful life.

Holly Mackerel[edit]

Unlike traditional depictions of mermaids, she has comely female human legs and a fish's head and torso.

("That seems a little opinionated.") - Niiue (talk)

Invincible Raccoon Mario[edit]

Find info. on White Raccoon Mario(wich is the same).

(""Apparently I've never heard of redirects." Apparently so. But tell me this, HOW hard is it just to display

"Redirect page.png White Raccoon Mario"
on the page? Easier than you'd think, right? Right???" - Toadette the Achiever (talk))

K. Lumsy[edit]

History

K. Lumsy is to remain in the cage as punishment for his actions and is only to be released when he learns to be a vicious destroyer who has no sympathies towards the Kong Family.

Kamek[edit]

KamekNSMBW.png Kamek is a high ranking Magikoopa in the Koopa Troop. Kamek has cared for Bowser since he was a child. Kamek's first appearance was in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island where he foresaw that two babies born that night would cause great trouble for the Koopa Troop. Kamek captured one of them, Baby Luigi, but failed to find the other one, Baby Mario. Kamek continued to serve Bowser for many years, trying to kidnap Mario & Luigi, but failing. Kamek is also a leader of his own group known as the Toadies, who follow Kamek's every whim. Kamek also made an appearance in the spin-off game, Mario Party DS, once again serving as Bowser's Acolyte. Somehow, he has managed to appear again in New Super Mario Bros. Wii as he continues to assist the Koopalings and Bowser.

[...]

super mario 63

kamek plays a impotent role in the online remake of super mario 64 super mario 63. kamek is the companion of bowser and eventually betrays bowser and goes of on his own. at his castle mario must battle a magical bully to get a red shine sprite and go unlock a room in the attic. and helps mario save princes peach at the end of the game.

[...]

Personality

Kamek is a character that is devoted to Bowser; he does what his master wishes, without question. This means that if Bowser gives an order, no matter how ridiculous or difficult, Kamek will follow it. In addition, Kamek views Bowser like a son to him, as evidenced by his psychopath quote "That's... my child?" in reference to Bowser. He is also very evil, formulating diabolical schemes with little thought as to how they will affect innocent people, such as kidnapping the Baby Mario brothers and attempting to destroy his enemies without a second's hesitation and instead a feeling of joy (apparent in his speeches to the Yoshis before setting one of his monsters on them).

("I like how some of those try-hard personality sections tries to put on a air of intensity and sophistication, even with such poor content. 'The bad guy is very evil, making bad things which are very not good and that without any feeling of goodness.'")

Kaoru[edit]

Kaoru engaged in Super Mario Bros. 3.

Kaoru is a fictional Real World young girl who has made her only appearance in the Super Mario no Shōbōtai anime. As said appearance remains untranslated, her personality and mannerisms are guessed for the sake of this entry.

Kaoru appears to be a fan of games as shown by her dedication to her run of Super Mario Bros. 3 in the anime's opening scene. She also seems to disagree with her younger brother, Tatsuya as evidenced by her slightly rude tone of voice while playing. Since she once took her mother's sparklers without asking, she may be somewhat mischievous.

Later on in the short, her relationship with her father differs from the kinder tone she has with her mother. Kaoru also seems to be used to her father's drunken escapades and disapproves of them, denying him a kiss as well as sassing him when asked to pour a bath for him. Due to Mario's advice earlier on in the film, she also is one to spring to action when earthquakes hit, informing her mother about the running gas stove.

("Immediate self-contradiction, an article shorter than my big toe, and an outright statement of speculation - and what BOLD speculations they are! Good thing it only took two years for someone to actually start the rewrite... I think I'm gonna need a drink now.") --Lord Grammaticus

Kemik[edit]

  1. redrect Magicopa

("Kemik, Magic cop.")

King Bob-omb[edit]

Although it's never been outright stated, it's heavily implied that King Bob-omb is homosexual. From his fascination with mustaches to his willingness to die for Bowser, there's very little evidence to suggest the contrary.

("I wouldn't call talking about mustaches in only one game a 'fascination'....but more importantly, what?!")

("It's two now." - Toadette the Achiever (talk))

King K. Rool[edit]

K. Rool's greatest weakness is his own incompetence. It's very common for him to be defeated, simply because he keeps repeating his mistakes in a fight, such as in Donkey Kong Country, when he keeps throwing his crown, allowing Donkey and Diddy to jump on his head, and in Donkey Kong 64, where his constant showboating also gives the Kongs an opening to attack.

Koopa Kid[edit]

Additionally, a certain Koopa Kid shopkeeper ran an unethical Item Shop in the Bowser Land, where players were forced into buying random items.

("The Item Shop, from further investigation, is heavily involved in the Black Market," - LeftyGreenMario (talk))

Koopalings[edit]

how ever the nintendow company dose perticuly seem to care and contunes to pretent game paper work suggesting(but not out right claming) they are his children. even thaw Shigeru Miyamoto revild they are not his derect children the are the ownly other memders of bowers speaces other them bowers Jr. ever shown(thaw boom and his sister are also the same they are referd to has the forgonten koopalings implying they were actuly part of the groop)witch seems to imply they are in some way related to him. this is further hinted by the fact they seem to have some degree of athourity over Kamek who anser directly to the royal family.

("If you can successfully read this, you win a medal." - Yoshi876 (talk))

Lady Bow[edit]

Bow is named after Bowser.

("As if Bowyer's name is confusing enough..." - Toadette the Achiever (talk))

List of implied characters[edit]

Meatball[edit]

Meatball is an implied in the Super Mario World cartoon episode Mama Luigi by Mario. When Yoshi eats Mario, he says, "Now I can see how Meatball feels." Yoshi replies, saying that he dosen't like meatballs, and he spits out Mario. Meatball's never mentioned after this.

If Mario knows how Meatball feels when he's eaten, Meatball would be eaten as well, and it's possible that Meatball lives in The Underwhere.

("Uh, meatball as in food..." - YoshiKong (talk))

Princess Peach's mother[edit]

Princess Peach's mother has yet to appear in person. She was referenced by Princess Peach in Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakusen. According to the princess, her mother had given her the Visionary Jewel from the Country of Treasure (possibly as a gift.) She also mentions that her mother had passed away prior to the events of the film. Her political position in Mushroom Kingdom government and her relationship with Peach's father, King Toadstool, are not explored. Princess Peach's mother is unknown but most likely alive.

("Well, that's reassuring." - YoshiKong (talk))

Luigi[edit]

Luigi
LuigiNSMBWii.PNG
Luigi, as he appears in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
Full name Luigi, Luigi Mario (film only)
Species Human

Culture: Italian

First appearance Mario Bros. (1983)
Latest appearance Fortune Street / Mario Kart 7 (2011)
Latest portrayal Charles Martinet (1996-present)
Affiliation(s) Mushroom Kingdom, Mario, Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Yoshi, Toad

Most fans are pretty sure that Luigi hates King Boo a lot because of Boos seem to be his worst fear or the fact that King Boo captured Mario.

[...]

When Luigi uses his Final Smash, the Negative Zone, it sounds like Luigi says, "hell". This may be one hint that Luigi has a really depressing life.

[...]

Toad had really good terms with Luigi for a very long time. He gives him special items in Luigi's Mansion. Luigi and Toadette are actually secretly dating.

[...]

Luigi is a crybaby like Baby Mario from Yoshi's Island series.

[...]

When speaking, he talks in a strong italian accent like his brother (except in Mario Strikers Charged, where he speaks in a Spanish accent)

[...]

With the help of E. Gadd, he was freed from his pastel prison in a rather comedic way.

("This is poetry all of a sudden?")

Luma[edit]

Madame Broode and Chain Chompikins[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Madame Broode is the first ever good character to appear in the Super Mario franchise.
  • I love her so much.

Mad Jack[edit]

your voice is similar to voice of Gruntilda, the main villain of the Banjo-Kazooie serie.

(I do not sound like that hag! Stop being such a mean old nag! -Doc von Schmeltwick)

Talk:Mama Toad[edit]

Mama Toad is the mom of all the toads

("......if she's a Toad, wouldn't that include herself?" - Doc von Schmeltwick (talk))

Mario[edit]

The following two images are a commentary made by a former administrator on the very poor state of the Mario page circa 2010.

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Mario page commentary 2.jpg

Marth[edit]

Interestingly, when Marth uses Counter, he will say "Soko da", which translates to "There it is". This means he has found an opening to attack, and there it is.

Merlumia[edit]

After conversing some more about Watchitt, Merlumina told another long story, and, for the first time in Paper Mario history, she indeed caught Mario sleeping and threw a fit about it (calling Mario selfish and insensible above all else).

Metal Mario (character)[edit]

Unlike Mario, Metal Mario often plays the role of Mario's rival.

("I wonder how Mario was his own rival." - Tails777 (talk))

Metroid (species)[edit]

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(This was in the infobox. Note that "full name" is not even a valid parameter for species infoboxes.)

Mii[edit]

Miis in Mario Super Sluggers have wooden bodies with painted on baseball uniforms.

[...]

It should also be noted that all male Miis are right-handed batters, while the female Miis are left-handed batters in this game. Both genders are right-handed fielders though. For some reason, they don't speak in the game. (probably due to the fact they are not alive, but animated dolls)

MIPS[edit]

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  • MIPS, Also looks very high in this picture. He may have had a bit too much to toke before getting himself lost in the Basement of princess peaches Castle.

Mole (Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars)[edit]

They are generous, outgoing, backward and unsophisticated people that Mario and co encounter during the events of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.

Mowz[edit]

Ms. Mowz from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is most likely a Mowz because she's a thief (though she is white)-plus the name Mowz may even be based on her name. Also the name Mowz is a pun on "Mouse".

Noki[edit]

Blue (Grande Homem) Noki is the most famous of all the Nokis for his clutch play against the Bowser Blue Shells in the Mario Baseball League World Series. Unbelievable stats in the series mixed with his clutch performances at the plate against the Blue Shell's captain and ace, Keith Bowser, led him to being awarded with the series MVP award. It was later discovered that Noki had a one night stand with Kate Upton after the heroic performance. This loss sent Bowser down a spiralling path that he still has yet to recover from and the last the media had ever heard from him was "Blue is a great athlete and a great guy, but there is no way that guy wasn't juicing".

Oogtar[edit]

He also speaks with often unfinished, though usually incomplete sentences.

("His sentences are usually incomplete, but they're also usually incomplete." - Doc von Schmeltwick (talk))

Old Man Skoo[edit]

It is also unknown what species Old Man Skoo was during his lifetime, although the instance of "koo" in his name may suggest that he was a Koopa.

Paper Mario (character)[edit]

Paper Mario
Paper Mario - MarioLuigi-PaperJam.png
Species Human, Paper Cutout (literal)
First appearance Super Mario Maker (as a costume) (2015)
Latest appearance Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (spirit cameo) (2018)

People who looked remarkably like Mallow[edit]

(This was a redirect to Nimbus; it should be noted that Mallow himself is a Nimbus.)

Petey Piranha[edit]

After capturing the spectating Peach and Zelda in cages, Petey blasts Mario away with a cannonball from his mouth (How does a Piranha Plant learn how to do that?) before Mario can destroy a Subspace Bomb that has been dropped by the Ancient Minister, leaving Kirby as his only opponent.

Phantom of the Bwahpera[edit]

Phantom of the Bwahpera
PhantomBwahpera MarioRabbids.png
First appearance Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (upcoming)
Variant of Rabbid

Phantom of the Bwahpera is a character set to appear in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. He is a levitating, heavyset Rabbid with an Enlightenment-style attire and an underside resembling a bubble with a pornograph inside. His name is also a pun on the Phantom of the Opera.

("His pornograph isn't very well hidden." - Shokora (talk))

Pianta[edit]

Occasionally, Piantas have been known to have same-sex relations with each other, which could point out Nintendo's stance on the controversial topic that is homosexuality.

Plum[edit]

Character Interactions
Princess Peach
Main article: Princess Peach

In Mario Golf, Plum and Peach were partners. She was in the intro along with Mario, Luigi, and Peach. They were shown golfing together. Since Daisy replaced Plum, it is possible Plum had a good relation with Peach just like Daisy does. But Peach is not her mom. Mario

Mario

She has a good relation with Mario, And probably is one of his friends. She might be Mario's relative, or not.

("How can she be both his relative and not be his relative at the same time?" - King Pikante (talk)

Podley[edit]

He is also sick with a slow working, yet deadly, virus. It inflicts him with green skin, three hairs, poor eyesight and unsightly liver marks. It is implied this virus was what killed Scarlette.

("[citation needed]" - Alex95 (talk))

Princess Daisy[edit]

[...] in Mario Kart Double Dash!! daisy shares with Princess Peach the heart ability.it alows daisy to get any item that hits her kart!!!!!!!

[...]

In regard to the fact she has only been kidnapped once, she enjoys not being kidnapped.

Relationship with Other Characters

Arguably the greatest evidence for any existing relationship between Luigi and Daisy is in the Super Mario Bros. film, released in 1993. Luigi and Daisy were quite clearly depicted as being infatuated with one another in this movie.

("You do realize that those people are two different characters, right?" - SuperFlameGuy (talk))

Princess Peach[edit]

((spoiler))

you may not know this but Rosalina is actually peach`s daughter in the story chapter the dream of rosalina`s story it shows peach as her mom so that clearly makes mario her dad. but she is not from the same timeline as it says the cycle never repeats itself in quite the same way… So.. you’ll see.” to mario.

("Oh boy, looks like another overexcited person watched Game Theory again.")

In Yoshi's Island, Toadstool was not in the game at all. Instead, Baby Mario and Yoshi rescued Baby Luigi from Kamek the Magikoopa.

("I really needed to know that she wasn't in this game. Thanks for pointing it out." Yoshi K (talk))

Talk: Princess Peach[edit]

Peach doesnt make sense in the Marioverse (Mickeyverse)

who was da dude who created Peach? she is nonsense and a VERY MINOR character. Rosalina should be in her place or maybe another princess... Sonic Rocks 19:16, 25 October 2008 (EDT)

In the Mickeyverse, Peach is almost unknown, what makes her useless in this wiki. I would rather delete her article but i'm not a SySop.Sonic Rocks 19:16, 25 October 2008 (EDT)

("...She's one of the four main characters...")

("Sure, because being unimportant to one franchise makes her equally useless to the one she originated from...?")- 8BrickMario (talk)

("What I find funny about this is that it wasn't Sonic Rocks (talk) who posted this, it was Super-Yoshi (talk). Looking through his contributions, Sonic Rocks never said this, and Super-Yoshi included an additional comment:

"...This is MarioWiki. If you wanna go to a Mickey Wiki, then nobody's stopping you, however you made some good edits here too. Peach is one of the big eight, too."

Super-Yoshi appears to be complementing himself by complementing a post from a user who didn't post this and didn't have very good edits. Proof." - Alex95 (talk))

("Actually, you just didn't do enough research, and he wasn't "complementing" himself either. I simply moved it from the Luigi talk page to Peach's (hence the summary). I wouldn't frame comments, I'd lose my sysop status if I did :)") - Super-Yoshi (talk)
("...Oh. Alright, well thanks for clearing that up." - Alex95 (talk))

Puftoss[edit]

After Puftoss is electrocuted five times, he will deflate like a balloon, flying into the air, falling back to the water, and going back underwater again (perhaps to heal his wounds).

Puniper[edit]

  • The real game's tattle mispells "Puni" as "Puny".

("Did you write the game's tattle?" — Stooben Rooben (talk))

Ridley[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

During the trailer, he brutally killed Mega Man and Mario by impaling him with his tail and crushing his skull, respectively.

Rosalina[edit]

File:SPACEWAIFU.png

("that was an actual filename")

Shadow Mario[edit]

Shadow Mario
Shadow Mario Artwork Super Mario Sunshine.png
Shadow Mario
Species Koopa
First appearance Super Mario Sunshine (2002)
Latest appearance Super Smash Bros. Brawl as Sticker (2008)
Affiliation(s) Koopa Troop,
Captain Planet
“"EARTH!"

"FIRE!" "WIND!" "WATER!" "HEART!"

"Go Planet!"

"By your powers combined, I am Captain Planet!"

Captain Planet, he's our hero Gonna take pollution down to zero

He's our powers magnified And he's fighting on the planet's side

Captain Planet, he's our hero Gonna take pollution down to zero

Gonna help him put asunder Bad guys who like to loot and plunder

"You'll pay for this Captain Planet!"

We're the Planeteers You can be one too 'Cause saving our planet is the thing to do!

Looting and polluting is not the way Hear what Captain Planet has to say!

"The Power is Yours!"

Shadow Mario, Super Mario Sunshine

("Hmm...I always thought that Shadow Mario polluted, not the other way around." - BowserJunior)

Sherry[edit]

Like Kid, in Mario Golf: Advance Tour, Sherry has grown to become a young woman.

("Don't compare a male with a female. You'll end up with an awkward sentence." - Alex95 (talk))
("OMG Kid transitioned!" - Bazooka Mario (talk))

Shogun of Skewers[edit]

The Shogun of Skewers is a mini-boss in Yoshi's Crafted World. It resembles an attacking Chompagobbler with a mustache and a blue hat. It first starts out as a Bushydo's dead body, but when Kamek alters it, it is alive, and has yellow clothings with black motifs on it, and holds a golden handfan.

("So when was someone gonna tell me Kamek dual-classed sorcery and necromancy? How'd the DM let him pull that stunt?") - Lord Grammaticus

SIRI[edit]

SIRI is a really stupid computer who Mario asks really stupid questions to. SIRI will appear in the upcoming game Super Mario iPhone 4S, where she is a boss and later a shop owner that Mario, Luigi and Ros[...]

(I didn't know they made Mario games for iPhone. Humbug (talk))

(And now they do.) Bazooka Mario (talk)

Six-Face Sal[edit]

To defeat him, Yoshi must jump on a paddle wheel and turn it to turn the wheel to the face that enlarges. However, the face that enlarges can throw-up Needlenoses.

Smart toad[edit]

Smart Toad


Bio Smart toad is the smartest of toad out of princess peach's toad

("And this is the "dumbest" writing out there." - Toadette the Achiever (talk))

Smokey the Dragon[edit]

His name is a pun on the fictional character Smokey the Bear.

Smookers[edit]

Appearing in the issue "Love Flounders", Smookers is a typical bimbo, dating Stanley the Talking Fish.

Snide[edit]

For every Blueprint the Kongs give Snide, he rewards them with a Golden Banana (in an increasingly bizarre way)

Solid Snake[edit]

  • during codec conversation, snake seems in not like sonic for no real reason. it may be because snakes and hedgehogs a enemies.

Subcon (species)[edit]

("There was only one period here. ONE.")

Sunglasses Vendor[edit]

The shirt serves no real purpose besides making Mario look more fashionable.

Swanky Kong[edit]

SwankyKong.jpgSwanky Kong's original and first appearance.

Swanky Kong: Relationship unknown. Probably DK's twin brother (he does bear a striking resemblance).

(Found on the Kong family page.)


Travelers can pay Swanky a certain number of Bear Coins to compete in a variety of throwing contests against a skilled competitor. The competitor? Who better than the the original Donkey Kong himself, Cranky. If a contestant beats the elderly Kong, Swanky will reward them with Bananas and Bear Coins.

Trivia:

  • Swanky is often mistaken for Bluster Kong, another big-shot.

(Swanky Kong page)

Tanooki Mario[edit]

Trivia
  • In Japanese folklore, tanooki are known for having gigantic testicles. With Luigi's transformation being changed to a kitsune, it can be seen as a form of emasculation (fitting his cowardly nature).

Thudley[edit]

GIRTH POINTS! EXPLOSION! THIS IS EXPLODING MY MIND!
Thudley

That's why Super Paper Mario is girthy. Because it has Carrie in it. That's why he said Girth Points.

Tiptron[edit]

Tiptron is a robotic version of Tippi, a partner of Mario in the game Super Paper Mario. At the end of the game, Count Bleck and Tippi marry each other, to stop The Void, and the player can no longer use Tippi which is incredibly sad.

Tiptron MK. II[edit]

His name is a reference to Custom Robo.

Toad (species)[edit]

Toads dont appear in New Super Mario Bros., in the intro, the small things panicking aren't toads, they are toadsworths. Nintendo probably didnt want to make a new model just for toad, and used toadsworth's model instead. Toadsworth also appear in mushroom houses.

(While the information is technically correct, the way this is worded, unsourced, and taken out of context makes this sound like completely nonsense. -Baby Luigi (talk))

Toadette[edit]

Interactions With Other Characters
Toadsworth

Toadette is of the same species as Toadsworth.

("What a close relationship!" - Twentytwofiftyseven (talk))

("I think it should also be noted that Toadette and Dr. Crygor have two feet." - Stooben Rooben (talk))

Toadsworth[edit]

[...]it has been stated in games and game booklets that Toadsworth is Peach's attaché and thus is subordinate to her (while if he were King, he would be the ruling monarch).

[...]

He has a British accent and talks British as well;.

("British is a language, who knew.")

True Mimi[edit]

The True Mimi is a just a horrible,horrible monster.She appears in Super Paper Mario.The first meeting of the true Mimi is when the player is asked to sign a paper.If the player chose to sign or not Mimi will appear and turn into her spider like form.She will change in these steps.

1:At the start is already disgusting.She twists her head around so that her tie is at the top.

2:Her tie will flash.Then it will come off.

3:No more eyes for Mimi!One pony tail will come off.The other will stay and stick to 1 of her legs when they sprout.

She will also be seen when battling The Sammer Guys.Also she will be battled by Princess Peach near the destruction of all worlds.

Uncle amiibo[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • Uncle Amiibo acts says stuff that a drug dealer would typically say such as "Hey, you got any Amiibo?" and "Did did you still wants to tap an Amiibo?". Just relace the word Amiibo with any type of drug and Uncle Amiibo sounds like a drug addict.

("I guess I know who to see if I want to smuggle in some illegal amiibo.") - LuigiMaster123 (talk)

Wario[edit]

Wario
MP8Wario.png
Wario, from Mario Party 8.
Full name Wario
Species Human
First appearance Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992)
Latest appearance Mario Sports Mix (2010)
Latest portrayal Charles Martinet
Affiliation(s) WarioWare, Inc., Waluigi, Green Lantern Corps
“In brightest day, in blackest night,

No evil shall escape my sight Let those who worship evil's might, Beware my power... Green Lantern's light!”

Wario, Wario World

[...]

In Mario Party 6, Wario and Toadette's team name is named Secret Friends. This may refer that Wario and Toadette were once friends, secretly.

[...]

A poopoo head jerk

(That was a header for a section)

Wart[edit]

Relationships with Other Characters
Yoshi
Main article: Yoshi
Main article: Yoshi (species)

It is unknown if Yoshi and Wart have met or not, but he may have knowledge on Yoshis. It may seems Wart and the Yoshis shares bad chemistry, for stealing the Yoshi Eggs from them, scattering them all over Subcon so Mario and friends must recuperate the eggs in Super Mario Advance.

Waluigi[edit]

Personality and Etymology

In his first appearance, Mario Tennis, Waluigi was personified as a dark and even sinister character. The only sounds he made were psychotic groans accompanied by dark, twisted laughter. Whenever Waluigi scores a point, his eyes also glow a wicked purple.

[...]

Waluigi is a very strange character. Apparently he tends to engage in odd activities like stalking Luigi, and talking in senseless, third-person mumbles.

[...]

Certain aspects of Waluigi´s personality can be seen in his appearence. Wario and Waluigi have comically deformed faces. But, while Wario´s mouth is shaped like a smile most of the time, Waluigi is almost constantly seen with a scowling expression. Which is fitting, since he is never happy. Earlier bios state that Waluigi doesn´t tolerate the joy of the other characters, possibly because he lacks it, and he thinks he doesn´t deserve kindness.

Wanda[edit]

She is a parody of Wanda from the Fairly OddParents.
[...]
Category:Yoshis

("How can a character be a parody of something that hadn't been invented yet? Also, why the Yoshi category?" - Alex95 (talk))

Whittle[edit]

They speak with simplified, somewhat incorrect grammar, but it should be pointed out that their linguistic abilities are above average for trees.

...

  • watt and whittle may be related as they both start with W

Wingo[edit]

Wingo resembles The Helmaroc King from the The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker as they both are villains, have a wind ability By using there wings, and both kidnap a Female involved with the story (Aryll/Toadette) and are rescued by one close to them (Link/Captain Toad) and in the end defeted

Wizpig[edit]

Wizpig
Wizpig, as he appears in Diddy Kong Racing DS.
Full name Wizpig
Species Alien Pig
First appearance Diddy Kong Racing (1997)
Latest appearance Diddy Kong Racing DS (2007)
“Well, lookie here! It's the little worm!”
Wizpig, Diddy Kong Racing

Wizpig is a gigantic magical pig-like alien and the main villain of the game Diddy Kong Racing. Not much of Wizpig's past is known, what is known though is that Wizpig, bored, decided to conquer his own planet. Succeeding in this endeavor Wizpig forcibly transformed his homeworld into a high-tech amusement park (for himself) called Future Fun Land. Eventually Wizpig once again, grew bored and decided to leave his planet to look for thrills on other inhabited worlds. One of the thrills Wizpig discovered was racing. This sport eventually became Wizpig's favorite thing to do, along with causing chaos.

Flying overhead the various racers.

From then on Wizpig went from world to world causing destruction and racing those who were brave enough to challenge him. After a while Wizpig would grow bored of the planet he was on he would leave it, possibly destroying it after he had his sadistic "fun" on it. Eventually Wizpig wound up on the planet inhabited by Donkey Kong and a multitude of others. Landing on Timber's Island, a neighbor of Donkey Kong Island, here he set to work. First Wizpig kicked Taj the Genie off his mountain, second Wizpig brainwashed several racers on the island to be his servants, finally Wizpig turned Timber's Island's best driver, Drumstick into a frog when he tried to challenge Wizpig.

Eventually a resistance to Wizpig's tyranny, lead by Timber, the son of the island's owners and his friend Diddy Kong, was made. After freeing all of Wizpig's servants from his control the adventurers gained all the pieces to Wizpig's amulet, which allowed them to challenge the giant pig wizard. After a grueling race the heroes managed to beat Wizpig who, in a fit of rage, teleported away. With Wizpig gone the heroes threw a celebration, unfortunately this party was cut short by Wizpig, who was hungry for revenge. Transporting himself and an opponent to Future Fun Land, which Wizpig had modified into a deathtrap. Here Wizpig demanded a re-match, this time on his turf.

After a long race consisting of dodging killer robots, electric fences and laser firing weapons the heroes once again prevailed over Wizpig. After his defeat, the rocket Wizpig was riding malfunctioned, stranding Wizpig on a deserted planet. The big bully finally got what he deserved. It is likely that Wizpig would have reappeared in Diddy Kong Racing's sequel, Diddy Kong Pilot and Diddy Kong Racing's spin-off, Donkey Kong Racing. However, these two games were cancelled when the owners of Rare sold their majority share in the company to Microsoft, causing Nintendo to sell its minority share to Microsoft as well. Wizpig has recently appeared in Diddy Kong Racing's Nintendo DS remake, Diddy Kong Racing DS and, strangely, he is an unlockable and playable character. He sounds less like an evil warthog, and very much more like Count Dracula. His stats in Diddy Kong Racing DS was the same as Taj and like Taj and T.T., he was shrunk down a little to fit a car.

Whomp King[edit]

Whomp King
King Whomp.png
The Whomp King, as he appears in Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Full name Whomp King
Species Thwomp
First appearance Super Mario 64 (1996)
Latest appearance Super Mario Galaxy 2 (2010)
Affiliation(s) Koopa Troop, Bowser, Thwomps, Sliding Stones, Whomps, Whimps

Wrinkly Kong[edit]

Donkey Kong 64[edit]

If a Kong steps in front of a Wrinkly Door, bone-chilling sounds of spirits are heard, and Wrinkly will pop out. Using her supernatural powers, she will give that Kong hints on what to do, revealing the whereabouts of one of their Golden Bananas in the area ahead of them.

(Who uses supernatural powers to provide hints? - Results May Vary (talk))

Yellow Toad (Toad Brigade)[edit]

In Sweet Sweet Galaxy, he is found at the and says "I love mint chocolate!" which proves he does not sleep for the whole game.

("So much is wrong with this sentence. Where is he found?! Don't leave us hanging like that! Also, nice proof you got there.")

Yoshi[edit]

  • Yoshi is the reason why the famous Pokemon series is still here today.

(It was the GAME, not the character, that allowed Pokémon to become a worldwide phenomenon! Get it right! - Toadette the Achiever (talk))