Mushroom Cake

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Mushroom Cake
PaperMario Items ShroomCake.png Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Shroom Cake SPM.png Icon of an item from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Nintendo Switch)
Paper Mario description A cake baked by Tayce T. Restores 10 HP and 10 FP.
The Thousand-Year Door description A cake made by Zess T. Replenishes 10 HP and 10 FP.
Super Paper Mario description A shroomy cake. Restores 30 HP and cures poison.

A Mushroom Cake, originally known as a Shroom Cake, is an item in the Paper Mario series.

History[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

In Paper Mario, Shroom Cake is made by cooking a Mushroom with a Cake Mix, and it heals ten HP and ten FP. One of the young Toads in West Toad Town is always craving Shroom Cake. This item can be sold for twenty coins at most shops in the game, with the exception of the Star Haven Shop, where it sells for thirty coins.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door[edit]

The item reappears in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and its remake, where it is created in the same way as in Paper Mario. It can once again be sold for twenty coins in shops.

Super Paper Mario[edit]

In Super Paper Mario, Shroom Cake fills thirty HP and cures poison. It is made by mixing a Super Shroom Shake with a Cake Mix.

Recipes[edit]

# Recipe Result Game

1 Mushroom + Cake Mix Shroom Cake Paper Mario
2 Super Shroom + Cake Mix Shroom Cake Paper Mario

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコケーキ[1]
Kinoko Kēki
Mushroom Cake

Chinese 蘑菇蛋糕
Mógu Dàngāo
Mushroom Cake

French Champicake
Shroom Cake
German Pilzkuchen
Shroom Cake
Italian Torta funghi
Shroom cake
Korean 버섯케이크
Beoseot Keikeu
Mushroom Cake

Spanish (NOA) Pastel de Champi (The Thousand-Year Door remake)
Mushroom Cake
Spanish (NOE) Pastel Seta (The Thousand-Year Door)
Pastel de Champis (Super Paper Mario)
Mushroom Cake
Mushroom Cake

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paper Mario: From Japanese to English. The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved February 4, 2015. (Archived March 19, 2023, 10:56:08 UTC via Wayback Machine.)