Ol' Grandsappy

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“It's doin' somethin'! Watch out now!”
Ol' Grandsappy, Paper Mario: The Origami King
Ol' Grandsappy
Ol' Grandsappy.jpg
Ol' Grandsappy's song
First appearance Paper Mario: The Origami King (2020)

Ol' Grandsappy is an old tree in Paper Mario: The Origami King. Mario and Olivia encounter him in Whispering Woods when they sit on a tree stump, which is actually Ol' Grandsappy. The Sap Sisters tell Mario that he is very sick because some Toads chopped him down. Mario then has to find a Soul Seed to help revive him. After Mario obtains the Soul Seed, he finds that Ol' Grandsappy has been ambushed and eaten up by some Paper Macho Goombas. Mario uses confetti on him to bring him back to life and gives him the Soul Seed, which makes him sing a song and grow into Sweet Sap Loggins, a large tree and a younger version of himself. In the end credits, some Toads are found decorating Sweet Sap Loggins with flower wreaths.

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Collectible Treasure descriptions[edit]

  • Ol' Grandsappy: The withered form of Ol' Grandsappy, reduced to a mere stump. This trunk contains zero funk.
  • Sweet Sap Loggins: The vibrant form of Sweet Sap Loggins, Ol' Grandsappy's stage name from the glory days.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese デクじい
Deku-jī
From 「木偶」 (deku, wooden puppet) and 「おじいさん」 (ojī-san, grandpa)
French Le Vénérable The Venerable
Dutch Vadertje Stronk Father Stump
From the diminutive form of "vader" (father) and "stronk" (stump)
German Gevatter Stumpfenstrunk Godfather Stumpfenstrunk (aprx. "Stumpenstump")
From "Stumpf" and "Strunk", both meaning tree stump
Italian Nonno Fusto Grandpa Trunk

Sweet Sap Loggins[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese デク兄
Deku-nī
From 「木偶」 (deku, wooden puppet) and 「お兄さん」 (onī-san, big brother)