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Paper Mario: "A package received from a Boo. Deliver it to Koopa Koot."
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door: "An item Goldbob asked you to deliver to General White."

First appearance

Paper Mario (2000)

Latest appearance

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)

Packages are items in the Paper Mario series.

In Paper Mario, one is held by a Boo in Gusty Gulch. In one of Koopa Koot's favors, Koopa Koot asks Mario to get this Package from a hard-to-recognize Boo. He says that along time ago he traveled with Goompa and Bootler, and they met the Boo and became fast friend with him. The Boo had sent Koopa Koot a letter saying that there was a package there addressed to him. When Mario arrives at Gusty Gulch, the Boo says that he needs some time to find it first. After Mario goes somewhere else and returns, the Boo will give it to Mario. After Mario gives Koopa Koot the Package, he says that he has been dying to know what's inside, and will find out after Mario leaves. Finally Koopa Koot rewards Mario with one coin (if the player does the favors in usual order).

In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, another one is held by Goldbob, who has posted a trouble at the Trouble Center to have this package delivered to General White. It also shares its sprite with the Box. The in-game description reads, "An item Goldbob asked you to deliver to General White."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese こづつみ (Paper Mario)
おとどけもの (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
Otodoke mono

Thing to deliver