Professor Elvin Gadd
|Professor Elvin Gadd|
Professor Elvin Gadd as he appears in Luigi's Mansion 3
|First appearance||Luigi's Mansion (2001)|
|Latest appearance||Luigi's Mansion 3 (2019)|
|Latest portrayal||Kazumi Totaka (2001–present)|
- “Ooof... I sure take a lot of knocks in this line of work. I'm getting too old for this ghost-catching tomfoolery. Anyway, nice to meet you. I'm Professor E. Gadd.”
- —Professor Elvin Gadd, Luigi's Mansion
Professor Elvin Gadd, often shortened to Professor E. Gadd or simply E. Gadd, is an elderly scientist who debuted in Luigi's Mansion and is the founder of Gadd Science, Incorporated. He always makes ambiguous gibberish sounds when speaking (supplied by Kazumi Totaka, who took inspiration from Animal Crossing's "Animalese" when inventing the voice), and he frequently uses phrases such as "criminy", "hullabaloo", etc. His name comes from the archaic exclamation "egad", something that one says in surprise.
In his past, E. Gadd lived on the foothills of the Thwomp Volcano, as depicted in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. The Mario Bros. go back in time and end up saving his lab from burning down when fire blocks erupted from the Thwomp Volcano. He then helps the Mario Bros. by inspiring his older present self to create the Hydrogush 4000; as the Mario Bros. are in the present, he starts to get the idea for the device, which transfers to his future self. The present-day Professor E. Gadd uses the Hydrogush 4000 to send water through via time hole and calm the erupting Thwomp Volcano. Afterwards, the twenty-year-old E. Gadd moves to Boo Woods, where he would later study ghosts. In order to get funding for his ghost research, E. Gadd also started a cafe franchise called Starbeans Cafe.
Luigi's Mansion series
Many decades later, in Luigi's Mansion, Luigi enters the mansion and is saved from a Gold Ghost by Professor E. Gadd wielding the Poltergust 3000, as shown in a cutscene. The professor reveals that he lives in a house near the mansion, where he researches his favorite subject: ghosts. Luigi explains his brother Mario is missing within the house, and the professor decides to help Luigi by giving him the Poltergust 3000 and the Game Boy Horror. The professor continues to help Luigi throughout the game, giving him help and tips.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
After a few years of absence, Professor E. Gadd appears in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. In the game, E. Gadd takes up residence in Evershade Valley after learning that the ghosts there are friendly. Eager to examine ghosts without fear of being attacked by them, he sets up a laboratory in the Gloomy Manor and a Bunker close by the mansion. There, he begins researching the ghosts of the five mansions that populate the valley, and sends his five Toad assistants to the other four mansions in the valley to examine the ghosts there. At first, the resident ghosts welcome him and assist him in his lab, but when King Boo arrives and destroys the ghost-pacifying Dark Moon that hangs over Evershade Valley, the ghosts start running amok and destroy E. Gadd's equipment. He flees to his nearby Bunker and enlists the help of Luigi — who has now taken up residence in his new Grade D mansion from the previous game — to help rebuild the Dark Moon and calm the ghosts once more. E. Gadd was later revealed to have been unintentionally and indirectly responsible for King Boo's return, as he had sold his portrait in a garage sale (a car boot sale in the British English version), thus ensuring his escape.
In this game, E. Gadd has made an upgrade of his Poltergust 3000 from the last game: the Poltergust 5000. This new Poltergust uses a Strobulb to stun ghosts, rather than the flashlight used with the Poltergust 3000. Professor E. Gadd also introduces three new inventions: the Pixelator, a machine that turns Luigi into pixels and transports him to and from the different mansions, the Dual Scream, a device that resembles a Nintendo DS and is capable of communication, and the Dark-Light Device, which allows Luigi to see invisible objects. He doesn't leave the Bunker until the end of the game, directly after beating King Boo.
Luigi's Mansion Arcade
E. Gadd has a similar role in Luigi's Mansion Arcade to that of Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, in that he communicates with Luigi while the latter explores the mansions, and offers a tutorial to the player upon starting the game.
Luigi's Mansion 3
E. Gadd returns in Luigi's Mansion 3. Having been tricked by Hellen Gravely into coming to the The Last Resort, E. Gadd is trapped in a painting and his ghost collection, including King Boo, is released. He is later saved by Luigi, who escaped a similar trap and borrowed the Poltergust G-00 from E. Gadd's car in the hotel's basement. E. Gadd initially attempts to flee the hotel, but when Luigi insists on staying to save his captured friends, E. Gadd relents. After setting up his portable lab in the basement, E. Gadd gives Luigi the Virtual Boo for communication purposes. He later has Gooigi accompany Luigi throughout the hotel. He also uses the lab to provide a safe haven for the saved Toads.
Towards the end of the game, King Boo attacks Professor E. Gadd's lab when Luigi follows after the recently-released Mario to find Princess Peach, and traps him and everyone else in a single painting. Luigi was saved from the painting by Polterpup, and he manages to recapture King Boo and free all his friends. E. Gadd also offers to help the ghosts rebuild the now destroyed Last Resort complex (which was apparently his idea), providing construction hard-hats to Luigi and some of the ghosts (although a Hammer obliviously eats his). After the hotel is rebuilt in E. Gadd's likeness, Professor E. Gadd stays behind with Gooigi and the ghosts while everyone else departs.
Super Mario series
Super Mario Sunshine
Although Professor E. Gadd does not appear in Super Mario Sunshine, when Mario initially finds FLUDD at the Delfino Airstrip, it says, "Thank you for purchasing this item from Gadd Science, Inc." Later, Bowser Jr. says he got his Magic Paintbrush from "a strange old man in a white coat." Bowser Jr. uses the paintbrush to frame Mario and get him away long enough for himself to go in and kidnap Princess Peach. This is a fitting description of Professor E. Gadd, which is further confirmed when FLUDD seems to react in surprise to the statement. Bowser Jr. claims E. Gadd gave the brush to him of his own free will and that he did not know the professor's name when he received the brush, but it is unknown whether this is true or not. There is a symbol on both the Magic Paintbrush and FLUDD showing a face and hairstyle similar to E. Gadd's, which seems to be the Gadd Science, Inc., logo. It appears on many of E. Gadd's other inventions, as well as nozzle boxes.
Super Mario Maker
E. Gadd makes an appearance in Super Mario Maker as a Mystery Mushroom costume for Mario when using the Super Mario Bros. theme. The costume can be unlocked by completing the Event Course Paranormal Research.
Mario & Luigi series
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga / Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions
In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, the professor makes an appearance supplying the brothers with an array of accessories to help them along their way each time they drink at Starbeans Cafe, a juice shop that he owns. However, it has been found that originally, the game was only going to feature Professor E. Gadd once, the first time Mario and Luigi get a drink (with cut dialogue indicating he was originally supposed to be specifically given the Woohoo Blend); in all of the future times, different characters would have appeared. These characters are Wario, Samus Aran, Fox McCloud, Link, an Excitebike racer, and Captain Olimar.
While Professor E. Gadd reprises his role as the Starbeans Cafe owner in the remake of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions, he also shows up during the Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser side story. Here, he is found in a cave by Bowser's minions, claiming to have followed ghosts when he fell in. E. Gadd begins talking to Bowser's minions about his research, and says he is also working on a time-travel device, a nod to the original main story's sequel. He also alludes to the Starbeans Cafe and reveals he founded the company as a way to get funding into his ghost research.
- Reactions to the drinks
The professor has many different reactions for each time a new drink is made at Starbeans Cafe, usually accompanied with a humorous scene.
- The first reaction gives a reference to Luigi's Mansion when the new brew attracts a Ghost from the game, which scares Luigi, but the professor comes in with the Poltergust 3000, and sucks it up. The professor explains that he owns the Cafe, and that each time he samples a new brew, he will give a gift to the Bros. He samples the brew and gifts to them the Greed Wallet.
- The second reaction has the professor drawn in by the smell of the drink, and samples a flavor. He then gives the Bros. the Bonus Ring. The professor then has a major reaction to the very "Strong Brew" and asks the bartender where the bathroom is. The Bartender replies that he had never built one. Luigi then rushes to get the Poltergust 3000 and sucks the professor in.
- The third reaction has him on a Poltergust 3001, a rocket. He samples the drink and gives the Excite Spring before blasting away.
- The fourth has him on a giant Game Boy Horror. He sends a ghost as a representative for the sampling, much to Luigi's terror. After that, the ghost drops the Great Force.
- In the fifth reaction, he has the giant Game Boy Horror send the drink to him. He then gifts them the Power Grip in the original or Secret Specs in the remake. He promises to come in person.
- In the sixth reaction, E. Gadd comes wearing a suit that makes him a ghost. He samples the drink and gives the Cobalt Necktie. A terrified Luigi uses the Poltergust 3000 to suck the professor inside.
- In the final one, he samples the last drink and proclaims it the best one, much to his employee's annoyance. He gives the Bros. the Game Boy Horror SP. Before leaving, he hangs a photo of himself in the shop as a way to brighten one's spirits, which the employee labels dumb.
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
- See also: Elvin Gadd (past)
E. Gadd has a much larger role in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, where the professor debuts his newest invention to the Mushroom Kingdom, a time machine in Peach's Castle. Princess Peach, accompanied by Toadiko and Toadbert, volunteers to be a passenger on its maiden voyage. However, when the time machine returns, it is not the trio that left but rather the Junior Shrooboid that emerges instead. After the bros. defeat it, Gadd places the creature inside a tube of fluid, keeping it alive and allowing him to study it.
Out in the courtyard, Mario and Luigi discover a hole in the ground; E. Gadd elaborates that this hole is a time hole, a rip in the time-space continuum, which was created by the use of the time machine. After Luigi falls in the hole and Mario heads in to save him, the professor sends Stuffwell, a sentient suitcase, through to help them. For most of the game, E. Gadd is seen studying the Junior Shrooboid defeated earlier. He is able to communicate with Stuffwell even if the brothers and Stuffwell travel to the past.
At Thwomp Volcano, Mario, Luigi, and their baby counterparts come across and paradoxically meet a younger Professor Gadd, who is studying Thwomps. During this time, though, the volcano erupts, with several Thwomps falling in and destroying the laboratory. One threatens to explode, and must be put out; Baby Mario and Baby Luigi do this by having Baby Mario drink water and Baby Luigi hammering him to spit it at the Thwomp, dousing it. Witnessing this event in the past causes the present day E. Gadd's memories to be rearranged and inspires him to invent the Hydrogush 4000, a massive water pump. Mario and Luigi then have him pump water through the time hole leading to Thwomp Volcano to douse the mountain. After his lab is destroyed by the eruption of the volcano, young E. Gadd mentions his interests in studying ghosts, and that he would be buying a lab at the edge of Boo Woods, nodding toward his first appearance in Luigi's Mansion.
After discovering that baby tears are the Shroob's weakness, Mario, Luigi, and Princess Peach relate this to the professor. E. Gadd then uses the Hydrogush to pump a liquid similar to Baby Luigi's tears through the time holes, removing the Shroobs and restoring any Shroobified characters. He also restores the time machine and uses it to bring everyone back to the future.
Mario Party series
In Mario Party Advance, E. Gadd appears as the co-host of Play Land. The coins earned in the minigames can be used to buy Professor E. Gadd's many "Gaddgets".
Mario Kart series
E. Gadd's inventions are sometimes used as items in the Mario Kart series, along with Robo Mario from the arcade games.
Mario Kart DS
In Mario Kart DS, the Poltergust 4000 kart used by Luigi is based off of E. Gadd's Poltergust 3000 invention. There is evidence in the US demo prototype version that he was going to be playable, which would have been his first playable appearance, but he was replaced with Dry Bones in the final version.
Mario Kart Arcade GP series
E. Gadd makes a small cameo in Mario Kart Arcade GP as a statue in the background of the Diamond City course in the Wario Cup. His face, the logo of Gadd Science, appears on a building as well. This cameo carries over into the sequel, Mario Kart Arcade GP 2.
It is implied that E. Gadd is the creator of Robo Mario, as evidenced by the logo on Robo Mario's cap.
Super Smash Bros. series
E. Gadd makes a small cameo appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS as a collectible trophy. The description of his trophy talks about his role within Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, describing the events of the Dark Moon being shattered, and the professor calling upon Luigi to aid him. E. Gadd is referred to by his full name - Professor Elvin Gadd - in American English, while the British English version has his first name abbreviated.
Despite not appearing in any Super Smash Bros. titles until the fourth installment, E. Gadd is mentioned in the Vacuum Luigi trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee, the trophies for F.L.U.D.D. and the Poltergust 3000 in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the trophy representing the various ghosts that appeared in Dark Moon in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, and Luigi's Final Smash trophy, the Poltergust 5000, in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
- Boo Canister
A device created by E. Gadd with the aid of the Mario Bros. which is designed to contain captured Boos. It is stored in the Bunker's Vault.
A handheld device that bears a striking resemblance to a Nintendo DS used briefly by E. Gadd to find Princess Peach in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. It has the ability to pinpoint which time period someone is trapped in. One of the Toads thinks he just made it up. Also, when Professor E. Gadd turns on his Hydrogush 4000, he uses a DS-like device.
An upgraded DS given to Luigi in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, that acts both as a communication device, and as a map of the area.
- E. Gadd Battle Machine
Special parts that can be bought in the Super Duel Mode of Mario Party 5. They include the E. Gadd body, E. Gadd Jet, E. Gadd Engine and E. Gadd gun.
E. Gadd's garage is the garage he had in Mario Party 6. He also keeps his numerous inventions there. It also appears as a Rare Mini-Game.
Electronic portals in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon that can be used to transport people and things from one place to another. Comes in a pair, but only one of them has a panel on the top that must be turned on with a Strobulb flash for both to be activated.
The Flash Liquidizer Ultra Dousing Device, better known as F.L.U.D.D. or FLUDD, is a water-spraying device used by Mario in Super Mario Sunshine. It is worn on Mario's back, and has various nozzle attachments which can be collected by breaking open boxes with E. Gadd's logo on the front. It also has notable artificial intelligence and the ability to communicate with a voice.
The Game Boy Horror is a portable device from Luigi's Mansion that bears a striking resemblance to the Game Boy Color containing a built-in camera which E. Gadd can use to watch the action from the safety of his lab and contact Luigi. It also stores data including a map and anything Luigi has collected, and contains a special radar called the Boo Radar to find hidden spherical objects.
The Game Boy Horror SP is an upgraded version of the Game Boy Horror, given to Mario by E. Gadd in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. It is another portable device, this time bearing a striking resemblance to a Game Boy Advance SP. It always gives the Bros. access to rare items in battle.
- Ghost Container
A machine that holds the ghosts captured throughout Evershade Valley and the ScareScraper in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. It also provides research information on all captured ghosts including their spectral mass (weight).
A pale blue jacket that, when worn, turns characters into a ghost. When E. Gadd wore this in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Luigi got scared and used the Poltergust 3000 to vacuum him up.
The Ghost Portrificationizer is a large machine which works in conjunction with the Poltergust 3000. Certain ghosts captured can be entrapped in portraits to be hung in E. Gadd's gallery. The machine also works in reverse, which was utilized to free Mario from the painting he had been trapped in by King Boo. E. Gadd also commented that it took him twenty years to build.
Gooigi is the result of an accidental combination of ghost ectoplasma and coffee. With testing, Gooigi was able to take on the form of Luigi and was sent back in time to the events of Luigi's Mansion. Gooigi also accompanies Luigi in Luigi's Mansion 3.
A vault E. Gadd made to contain the ghosts of Evershade Valley and the ScareScraper in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. It holds the Boo and Ghost Containers, a machine where Gemstones and their statues are stored, as well as a device which displays Poltergust 5000 upgrades, and a Bank Vault where treasure that is collected throughout the game is stored and tallied.
A large water pump used in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. It is not portable like the FLUDD, but it does have enough power to extinguish the eruption of a volcano.
A magic wand in Mario Party 7, which has the E. Gadd logo on it. It is exclusive to Boo and Dry Bones. It was used to turn the characters invisible, making them impervious to traps, and to double their rolls on Dice Blocks for two turns.
The Magic Paintbrush is used by Bowser Jr. (as Shadow Mario) in Super Mario Sunshine. It is a large paint brush with the ability to paint various colors, though this magic paint can change the landscape, create portals, and create obstacles or enemies. It is unclear why E. Gadd made the brush, as well as why it was given to Bowser Jr., though the latter may be due to Bowser Jr. being disguised as Mario. Throughout the Mario franchise, Bowser Jr. uses the Magic Paintbrush as his signature weapon.
- Maze Manufactory
E. Gadd uses the Pixelator to send Luigi, and his Toad assistants, from the various mansions in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon.
The Poltergust 3000 is a modified vacuum cleaner designed to entrap ghosts. It also has a "blow" function which allows it to expel elements it sucks up such as fire, water, and ice. Luigi uses this in Luigi's Mansion to defend himself from the many ghosts; it also makes a return in Mario Power Tennis where Luigi uses it as his defensive Power Shot, using its suction power to retrieve the ball. It also appeared in a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The Poltergust 3000 is also used by Luigi in Mario Sports Mix for his special ability.
The Super Poltergust 3001 is an advanced version of a Poltergust 3000. It has the same functions as the Poltergust 3000, but is much larger thereby allowing it to be ridden on. When ridden, it hovers over the ground. It is capable of moving at high speeds. E. Gadd briefly demonstrates the invention and uses it in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga.
The Poltergust 4000 is a kart that is used by Luigi in Mario Kart DS. It is similar to the Super Poltergust 3001, though it does not float. The "barrel" of the car is the area Luigi sits on, and the nozzle rests on the ground. Emblems are placed on both sides of the barrel. The Poltergust 4000 reappears in Mario Kart Tour starting from the 2019 Halloween Tour.
A vacuum that Professor E. Gadd creates for Luigi to vacuum up more ghosts in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. It is a successor to the Poltergust 3000 and it creates a large circular sucking motion rather than the small sucking motion from the first game, making it a lot easier to defeat multiple ghosts at once. There are also different accessories designed for the Poltergust 5000, such as the Strobulb and the Dark-Light Device.
The Poltergust G-00 is Luigi's Vacuum in Luigi's Mansion 3. This one retains the Strobulb and Dark-Light Device, can fire a toilet plunger to help pull certain objects, and can summon Gooigi.
This robotic entity of Mario races against players in the Rainbow Cup challenge game in Mario Kart Arcade GP 2. It spawns an infinite number of items and changes items depending on its place.
The beverage shop in the Beanbean Kingdom, founded and owned by E. Gadd. Every time Mario and Luigi mix a new drink, E. Gadd visits. This continues until E. Gadd stops visiting and puts up a larger-than-life-size portrait of himself.
An intelligent suitcase used by the Mario Bros. on their quest in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. Its purpose is to manage the brothers' inventory and display their current status. It also helps the brothers by activating the Shroob Saucers that are used in the game, and eventually near the end develops the ability to return to the past before rescuing Princess Peach. It is known to use large and overly complex made-up words when it speaks, and upon ending its speeches, says "BACK TO ADVENTURE!"
Used by Princess Peach to visit the past at the beginning of Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. It is powered by the Cobalt Star. It breaks at the beginning of the game but is repaired after the Shroobs are defeated, and due to the loss of the Cobalt Star, re-engineered to run off energy from the time holes.
A vacuum from Mario Party 7. It is a capsule item exclusive to Wario and Waluigi. It doesn't look much like the Poltergust 3000. Rather, it is yellow and purple (much like the two characters that use it), and features the E. Gadd logo. It is used to steal coins from other players.
An item from Luigi's Mansion 3 that allows Luigi communicate with E. Gadd, check the map, and the pause screen. E Gadd also refers to it as the "VB".
Professor E. Gadd is a small, elderly man. He wears brown shoes and a white lab coat with a red shirt underneath. He has a large head wider than his body, with a pink nose, a mouth with a singular tooth, large glasses with circles in them, and a tall but thin amount of white hair on his head.
In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and its remake, he can also wear a large blue coat.
- For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Professor Elvin Gadd.
Profiles and statistics
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
- Guide bio: "The Mushroom Kingdom's resident mad scientist, Professor E. Gadd, is responsible for creating the time machine. The professor will aid Mario and Luigi by offering advice and guiding the brothers to their next objective. He talks like an Ewok."
Luigi's Mansion series
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
"Known for his paranormal research and plethora of wild inventions, Professor E. Gadd just needs someone crazy enough to put them to the test."
"An eccentric scientist who invented the Poltergust 5000, a big improvement on the previous 3000 model. After the ghosts turn hostile and take over mansions, he calls on his old friend Luigi to help out."
Luigi's Mansion 3
- In-game bio: "A genius inventor and the leading authority in the field of ghost research. His beloved ghost collection is said to be the best in all the world! He supports Luigi in his adventures...from the safety of his Lab, that is!"
Super Smash Bros. series
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS trophy
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate spirit
|Name||Image||Game||Type||Class||Effect||How to obtain||Spirit battle|
|Professor E. Gadd||Luigi's Mansion Series||Support (2)||Advanced||Energy Shot Attack/Resistance ↑||Summoned with a Poltergust 5000 and F.L.U.D.D. core||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
List of appearances by date
|Title||Description||Original Release Date||System/Format|
|Luigi's Mansion||Non-Playable Character||Japan:
September 14, 2001
|Mario Party 4||Cameo as Item (Gaddlight)||North America:
October 21, 2002
|Mario Party 5||Cameo as Vehicle Parts||North America:
November 10, 2003
|Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga||Non-Playable Character||North America:
November 17, 2003
|Game Boy Advance|
|Mario Party 6||Non-Playable Character||Japan:
November 18, 2004
|Mario Party Advance||Non-Playable Character||Japan:
January 13, 2005
|Game Boy Advance|
|Mario Kart Arcade GP||Cameo as Background||North America:
|Mario Party 7||Cameo as Item (Magic Orb)||North America:
November 7, 2005
|Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time||Non-Playable Character||North America:
November 28, 2005
|Mario Kart Arcade GP 2||Cameo as Background||Japan:
|Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon||Non-Playable Character||Japan:
March 20, 2013
|Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS||Cameo as a trophy||Japan:
September 13, 2014
|Luigi's Mansion Arcade||Non-Playable Character||Japan:
|Super Mario Maker (version 1.32)||Mystery Mushroom costume||Japan:
February 4, 2016
|Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions||Non-Playable Character||Japan:
October 5, 2017
|Luigi's Mansion||Non-Playable Character||North America:
October 12, 2018
|Super Smash Bros. Ultimate||Cameo as a Spirit||Worldwide:
December 7, 2018
|Luigi's Mansion 3||Non-Playable Character||Worldwide:
October 31, 2019
Names in other languages
|Pun on「おやまあ」(oyamā, Japanese exclamation for "oh my god!") and a reference to Nintendo designer「尾山佳之」(Yoshiyuki Oyama) +「博士」(hakase, doctor)|
|Chinese (Simplified)||哎哟博士 (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
哎哟・喂博士 (since Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)
|Localization of the Japanese name;「哎哟」means "uh-oh" and「喂」("wèi") means "hey", and「博士」means "professor" or "doctor", which is used for addressing highly educated academics.|
|Localization of the Japanese name;「哎唷」means "uh-oh" and「喂」means "hey", and「博士」means "professor" or "doctor", which is used for addressing highly educated academics.|
|Dutch||Professor Klemens Wibus||Pun on "kwibus" (weirdo)|
|French||Professeur Karl Tastroff
Professeur K. Tastroff
|Pun on "catastrophe"|
|French (NOA)||Professeur E. Gadd||Professor E. Gadd|
|German||Professor Immanuel Gidd||Pun on German exclamation "igitt" (ugh)|
|Italian||Professor Strambic||Corruption of "strambo" (wacky)|
|Corruption of "알았다" (aratda, Korean exclamation for "gotcha") + 박사 (baksa, doctor)|
|Portuguese (NOA)||Professor D. Zastre||Pun on "desastre" (disaster)|
|Portuguese (NOE)||Professor Anacleto Luado||Pun on "aluado" (lunatic)|
|Russian||Профессор П. У. Галкин
Professor P. U. Galkin
|From "пугать" (pugat, to scare)|
|Spanish (NOA)||Profesor D. Sastre||Pun on "desastre" (disaster)|
|Spanish (NOE)||Profesor Fesor||A clipping of "professor"|
- In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, one of the names that can appear when a player presses the random button when naming their custom stage is "EGADD".
- Glasses with swirls that are often seen in Japanese media are a feature E. Gadd shares with Professor Frankly, Fawful, Francis, and Iggy Koopa.
- Occasionally, E. Gadd's voice-overs includes "Oyamaa", which is both his Japanese name and an exclamation of surprise. This happens even in overseas releases. He can also sometimes be heard saying "Luigi!" or "Mario!"
- Professor E. Gadd is one of the few characters in the franchise who existed prior to Nintendo's translating games and websites to Dutch to receive a new name in said translation, as opposed to keeping his English name.
- If one views E. Gadd at a certain angle, it is shown that he has small dotted eyes.
- In Luigi’s Mansion 3, one of the poses E. Gadd strikes if flashed by the Strobulb references Marilyn Monroe's famous "white dress scene" in The Seven Year Itch. The back of his lab coat even flutters upward during the pose.
- In The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, there is a character named Mako whose face resembles E. Gadd's.
- Anthony JC (September 2001). The Making of the Game - Luigi's Mansion. n-sider.com (translation from Nintendo Online Magazine). October 14, 2007, 10:35:05 snapshot via Wayback Machine. Retrieved August 28, 2020.
- In Luigi's Mansion, E. Gadd stated that he lived in Boo Woods in order to research ghosts since he was 20.
- E. Gadd mentions this while rambling to himself in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions.
- Mario Party 4 manual, page 29
- Hoffman, Chris. 2005. Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time Nintendo Player's Guide, pg 3.
- As stated in the "Inside Zelda: Yoshiyuki Oyama, Monster Designer" article featured in Nintendo Power Issue 201.
- Luigi's Mansion Canadian instruction booklet, page 32.
- Lego Mario website. 
- The Mushroom Kingdom (Accessed on 6-12-09)
- Shesez (July 14, 2019). Top 10 Hidden Faces in Video Games... Revealed! YouTube. Retrieved November 3, 2019.
|Luigi's Mansion / Luigi's Mansion (Nintendo 3DS)|
|Characters||Luigi • Gooigi* • Mario • Professor Elvin Gadd • Toad • King Boo|
|Tools and equipment||Boo Radar • Flashlight • Game Boy Horror • Poltergust 3000 • Strobulb*|
|Items and objects||Bill • Blue Diamond • Blue Stone • Bomb • Boo Ball • Cheese • Coin • Gold Bar • Gold Bone* • Gold Diamond • Green Stone • King Boo's Crown • Mario's Glove • Mario's Hat • Mario's Letter • Mario's Shoe • Mario's Star • Mirror • Pearl • Red Diamond • Red Stone|
|Ghosts||Normal ghosts||35 Boos • Bat • Black Bogmire • Blue Blaze • Blue Mouse • Blue Twirler • Bowling Ghost • Ceiling Surprise • Elemental Ghosts • Flash • Flying Fish • Garbage Can Ghost • Ghost Guy • Gold Ghost • Gold Mouse • Grabbing Ghost • Mr. Bones • Purple Bomber • Purple Mouse • Purple Puncher • Shining Ghost • Spark • Speedy Spirit • Temper Terror • Waiter|
|Portrait ghosts||Biff Atlas • Bogmire • Boolossus • Chauncey • Clockwork Soldiers • Floating Whirlindas • Henry and Orville • Jarvis • King Boo • Lydia • Madame Clairvoya • Melody Pianissima • Miss Petunia • Mr. Luggs • Nana • Neville • Shivers • Sir Weston • Slim Bankshot • Spooky • Sue Pea • Uncle Grimmly • Vincent Van Gore|
|Rooms||Professor Elvin Gadd's Lab||Gallery • Portrificationizer Chamber • The Lab • Training Room|
|Area one||Anteroom • Balcony • Foyer • Master Bedroom • Nursery • Parlor • Study • Wardrobe Room|
|Area two||Ball Room • Bathroom • Boneyard • Butler's Room • Conservatory • Dining Room • Graveyard • Hidden Room • Kitchen • Laundry Room • Mirror Room • Storage Room • Washroom|
|Area three||Astral Hall • Balcony • Bathroom • Billiards Room • Bottom of the Well • Courtyard • Fortune-teller's Room • Nana's Room • Observatory • Projection Room • Rec Room • Safari Room • Tea Room • The Twins' Room • Washroom|
|Area four||Armory • Artist's Studio • Breaker Room • Cellar • Ceramics Studio • Clockwork Room • Cold Storage • Guest Room • Pipe Room • Roof • Sealed Room • Secret Altar • Sitting Room • Telephone Room|
|Miscellaneous||Ghost Portrificationizer • Ghost's heart • Luigi's Mansion • Luigi's NEW Mansion • Mario's Painting • Polterpup*|
|Further info||Gallery (GCN · 3DS) • The Lab (Ask Madame Clairvoya · The Bookshelf · The Drafting Table · PolterCue) • Pre-release and unused content • Professor E. Gadd's Research Journal* • Quotes • Staff (GCN · 3DS)|
|* Exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS version|
|Mario Party Advance|
|Playable characters||Mario • Luigi • Princess Peach • Yoshi|
|Non-playable characters||Akiki • Amp • Blooper • Bob-omb • Bob-omba • Boo • Bowser • Britney • Bullet Bill • Chain Chomp • Cheep Cheep • Coach • Dolphin • Dorrie • Flutter • Fly Guy • Goomba • Goombetty • Goombob • Hammer Bro • Hoot • Huffin Puffin • Hulu • Jack • Kamek • Kamek Krew • King Bob-omb • Klepto • Koopa • Koopa Kid • Lakitu • Lantern Ghost • Mechakoopa • Monty Mole • Mouser • Mr. Blizzard • Mr. E • Mr. I • Mrs. Shroomlock • Mushbert • Naval Piranha • Ninji • Paratroopa • Penguin • Petal Guy • Piranha Plant • Pokey • Poochy • Professor Elvin Gadd • Salvo • Shroomlock • Shy Guy • Snifit • Spear Guy • Spore King • Sushi • TFV Fan Club • Thwomp • Toad • Toadette • Toady • Toxic Toad Z • Tumble • Ukiki • Whomp|
|Enemies and species||Amp • Big Thwomp • Bob-omb • Boo • Bullet Bill • Chain Chomp • Cheep Cheep • Goomba • Goomba (Super Mario World) • Hammer Bro • Koopa Troopa • Lava Bubble • Mr. Blizzard • Piranha Plant • Pokey • Rabbit • Sheep • Shy Guy • Spear Guy • Toad • Thwomp • Ukiki|
|Locations||Bob-omb Avenue • Boo Cemetery • Bowser Game Hall • Bowser Hideout • Bowser Lab • Bowser Mansion • Bowser Pad • Bowser Stadium • Bowser Toy Shop • Dance Stage • Desert Area • Duel Tower • Goomba House • Goombob Manor • Horror Area • Horror Condo • Ice Game Room • Ice Stadium • Jungle Area • Jungle Game Hut • Junk • Klepto Ruins • Koopa Bank • Lakitu House • Loch Dorrie • Mario Vaudeville • Mt. Frostbite • Mushroom Beacon • Mushroom Condo • Mushroom Field • Mushroom Library • Mushroom Pool • Mushroom Stadium • Party World • Petal House • Pipe House • Pyramid • Sandy Beach • Seaside Area • Shroom City • Shroomlock House • Spear Thicket • Snow Area • Sushi Cliff • The Hammer • Thwomp House • Town Area • Town Game Room A • Town Game Room B • Train Station • Ukiki House|
|Quests||A Speeding Bill • Accessorize! • Bestest Buds • Big Boss Bob-omb • Blooper Battle • Blossom of My Heart • Boss Bowser • Bowser: Accused! • Bowserstein! • Bowser's Toys • Chillin' Villain • Chomper Stomper • Comedy Bomb • Condo of Mystery! • Cool as Ice • Debt's a Hoot • Dino of Mystery! • Duel Tower, 1F • Duel Tower, 2F • Duel Tower, 3F • DVD for Me • Engaging Game • Final Showdown • Find the Password • Flowers Are a Blast! • Game King • Game Mage • Goal Tenderizer • Hammerama • Hearts A-Flutter • Hey, UFO! • Jungle Jive • Kamek Krew Live! • Kind Goomba • Locomotionless • Losing Streak • Love That Princess! • Mathemagician! • Monkeynapping!? • Mustached Hero! • Mysterious Riddles • Nerd Force V • Probably a Robbery? • Sploosh! • Swimmin' Wimp • Treasure of Mystery! • True-Blue Boo • What's That Line? • Weeping Thwomp • Winners Keepers|
|Items||Bracelet • Coal • DVD • Golden Boo Statue • Lovely Seashell • Necklace • Poem of Love • Ring • Ticket • Toad Force V Figure|
|Spaces||Dice Space • E. Gadd Space • Mini-game Space • Minus Space • Pipe Space • Star Space • Star Warp Space • Yellow Space|
|Gaddgets||4-P Pinball • Attack Frog • Bait 'n Wait • Bead Machine • Block Punch • Bomb Game • Bonus Track • Bowser Poster • Bowser Print • Breeze Buddy • Bull's-eye • Cake Maker • Card Trick • Castle Night • Chicken Race • Coin Poster • Compat-I-Com • Credits • Dart Attack • Desktop Golf • Dessert Menu • Digitizer • Egg Panic • Egg Roll • Eye Exam • Faux Flame • Heart Poster • Hope Chest • Hourglass • Jewelry Case • Love Me Not • Lip Sync • Magic Lamp • Map Maker • Mini B-Ball • Mini Bowling • Mini Maze • Mini Slugger • Mini Soccer • Moon Poster • Morse Maker • Passport+ • Poochy Pal • Porta-Gust • Power Star • Predictotron • Pretty Poster • Rochambeau • Screen Clean • Shroom Bloom • Shroom Drop • Shroom Slide • Snooze Ewes • Snow Globe • Soil Sonar • Stick to It • Stress Press • Sun Poster • Tap-Tap Sumo • Tile Trial • Toad Force V|
|Miscellaneous||Bonus Board • Gallery • Media • Minigames • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Staff|
|Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga / Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions|
|Characters||Protagonists||Mario • Luigi • Princess Peach • Prince Peasley • Captain Goomba** (Gold**) • Captain Shy Guy** • Captain Boo** (Gold**) • Captain Koopa Troopa** (Gold**)|
|Antagonists||Cackletta (Bowletta) • Fawful • Popple • Bowser (Rookie)|
|Supporting characters||Beanbean troops • Bink • Blablanadon • Bloat • Boddle • Boddle's assistant • Border Bros • Bowser • Bubbles • Chuckleroot • Chuckleroot's granddaughter • Cork and Cask • Dr. Toadley** • Fava • Firebrand and Thunderhand • Guffawha Ruins monster • Hammerhead Bros. • Harhall • Hermie III • Hoohoo civilization • Jellyfish Sisters • Lady Lima • Miles Tones • Mysterious Mine Carts owner • Pea • Peach-bot • Pipe Master • Presenter • Professor Elvin Gadd • Psycho Kamek* • Queen Bean • Soybean civilization • Spangle • Starshade Bros. • Toad doctor • Toadsworth • Tolstar • Yoshi Fan Club|
|Species||Beanish • Beanlet • Designbomb • Ghost • Gwarhar Lagoon resident • Hoohooligan • Jellyfish • Oho Jee • Thwomp • Toad • Winkle • Yoshi|
|Special moves||Overworld/solo attacks||Emergency Block** • Counterattack • Dash • Dunk Hammer • Firebrand • Flee • Hammer • High Jump • Jump • Mini-Mario • Pump Mario • Spin Jump • Tickle • Thunderhand|
|Bros. Attacks||Bounce Bros. • Chopper Bros. • Cyclone Bros. • Fire Bros. • Knockback Bros. • Splash Bros. • Swing Bros. • Thunder Bros.|
|Captain Commands**||Deny • Rally • Chance • Play Dead • Lightning • Parry • Pass the Bob-omb • Thwomp Thump • Clash of Captains • Call for Backup • Sneak Attack • Shell Shock|
|Bosses||Birdo • Bowletta† • Bowser† • Cackletta† • Cackletta's Soul† • Chuckolator† • Corporal Paraplonk†† • Dragohoho† • Fawful • Flaret† • Hermie III† • Hoohooros† • Iggy Koopa • Jojora† • Jojora's friends† • Larry Koopa • Lemmy Koopa • Ludwig von Koopa • Mom Piranha† • Morton Koopa Jr. • Popple • Private Goomp†† • Queen Bean† • Rookie† • Roy Koopa • Sergeant Guy†† • Tolstar† • Trunkle† • Wendy O. Koopa • Wiggler†|
|Locations||Beanbean Borderlands • Beanbean Castle • Beanbean Castle Sewers/Beanbean Castle Sewer • Beanbean Castle Town • Beanbean Outskirts/Beanbean Fields • Beanbean International Airport • Beanbean Kingdom • Bowser's Castle • Castle Town Item Shop • Chateau de Chucklehuck • Chucklehuck Woods • Fire Palace • Guffawha Ruins • Gwarhar Lagoon • Harhall's Studio • Hoohoo Mountain • Hoohoo Village • Information Booth • Joke's End • Koopa Cruiser • Little Fungitown • Little Fungitown Item Shop • Mario Bros.' House • Mushroom Kingdom • Oho Oasis • Oho Ocean • Oho Ocean Seabed • Pipe House • Relaxation Room • S.S. Chuckola • Starbeans Cafe • Stardust Fields • Teehee Valley • Thunder Palace • Toadtown Square/Peach's Castle • Winkle Colosseum • Woohoo Hooniversity • Yoshi Theater|
|Enemies||Ankoopa* • Anuboo† • Bandit†† • Beanerang Bro • Beanie • Belly Blech† • Big Boo†† • Big Koopa Troopa**† • Big Tail Goomba†† • Bill Blaster† • Blooper† • Bob-omb • Bomb Boo†† • Boo • Boomerang Bro†† • Broozer†† • Buzzy Beetle†† • Chain Chomp†† • Chargin' Chuck†† • Cheep Cheep* • Chomp Bro† • Chuck Guy • Chuckorok† • Clumph • Dry Bones††† • Eeker† • Elite Captain Quartet†† • Elite Chuck Guy • Elite Dry Bones† • Elite Gritty Goomba† • Elite Limbo Bro • Elite Pestnut • Elite Troopea • Fighter Fly† • Fire Bro†† • Fire Stalking Piranha Plant†† • Fly Guy†† • Fuzzbush • Fuzzy • Glurp† • Gold Beanie • Goomba • Goomba Tower†† • Goomdiver† • Green Magikoopa†† • Gritty Goomba • Gunner Guy† • Hammer Bro • Ice Bro†† • Ice Snifit • Koopa Paratroopa†† • Koopa Troopa†† • Lakipea • Lakitu†† • Laser Snifit† • Limbo Bro • Magikoopa • Malibut† • Mecha-Blooper† • Mecha-Chomp* • Mechakoopa • Mechawful†† • Oucher Glass† • Para-Beetle†† • Parabeanie • Paragoomba†† • Paratroopea • Pestnut • Piranha Bean • Piranha Plant† • Pokey†† • Puffer-Cheep* • Red Magikoopa†† • Rex • Roto-Disc† • Sand Cheep† • Scaratroopea • Sharkbone† • Sharpea • Shy Guy†† • Sniper Bill† • Spear Guy†† • Spike†† • Spiky Snifit† • Spiny††† • Spiny Cheep Cheep**† • Starkiss • Super Fly† • Sworm† • Tail Boo†† • Tanoomba • Time Bob-omb† • Troopea • Virus† • White Magikoopa†† • Yo Bro†|
|Items||Consumables||1-Up Mushroom • 1-Up Super • 100 Coin** • 5 Coin • 10 Coin** • 50-Coin** • Beanbean coin • Boo Biscuit** • Coin • Golden Mushroom • Green Pepper • Max Mushroom • Max Nut • Max Syrup • Mushroom • Nut • Red Pepper • Refreshing Herb • Super Mushroom • Super Nut • Super Syrup • Syrup • Ultra Mushroom • Ultra Nut • Ultra Syrup|
|Key items||Bean Fruit • Beanbean Brooch • Beanbean Map • Beanstar • Beanstar Piece • Beanstone • Chuckola Fruit • Chuckola Reserve • Crabbie Grass • Fake Beanstar • Fire Statue • Hoohoo Spirit • Invincishroom • Mask • Membership Card • Neon Egg • Peach's Extra Dress • Pearl Bean • Peasley's Rose • Precious belonging • Red and Green Goblets • Secret Scroll 1 • Secret Scroll 2 • Suitcase • Winkle Card|
|Bean Juice||Chuckle Blend • Chuckoccino • Hoohoo Blend • Hoolumbian • Teehee Blend • Teeheespresso • Woohoo Blend|
|Special items||Bonus Ring • Cobalt Necktie • Excite Spring • Game Boy Horror SP • Great Force • Greed Wallet • Power Grip* • Secret Specs**|
|Blocks||! Block • ? Block • Bros. Block • Command Block • Hidden Block • Hoohoo Block • L Block • M Block • Rally Block • Random Block • Recovery Block • Save Album • Simu-Block • Spin Block|
|Other||Axe • Badge • Bean • Bike Pad • Black Rock • Boo Statue • Brown Rock • Button • Gold ring • Chuckola Cola • Clothing • Conductor • Ghost Gown • Gray Rock • Headgear • Invincibility Mushroom†† • Koopa Clown Car • Lift • Mine Cart • Poison Mushroom • Poltergust 3000 • Pressure Plate • Region Map* • Rolling Bar Defense System • Spiky Stardust Defense System • Super Poltergust 3001 • Toad Express • Torch • Wall Face • Warp Pipe • Watering Hole • Waterspout|
|Minigames||Border Jump • Mysterious Mine Carts • Star 'Stache Smash • Barrel • Chuckola Bounce • Surfing minigame • Splart|
|Stats||Bros. Point • Defense • Experience Point • Heart Point • Level up • Power • Speed • Spirit†† • Stache†|
|Status||Burn • Charred • DEF-Down • DEF-Up • Dizzy • Fury** • Heavy G • Invisible** • Light G • Poison • POW-Down • POW-Up • Prohibited Command • SPD-Down • SPD-Up • Trip|
|Other||Bean Fever • Beanbean Air • Beanhole locations (Bowser's Minions) • Bestiary (Bowser's Minions) • Enemy formations • Gallery (Bowser's Minions) • Gear (Bowser's Minions) • Glitches (Bowser's Minions) • Hidden Block locations (Bowser's Minions) • Hooroglyphs • Level up progressions • Mario & Luigi RPG: Sound Selection • In-game music** • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes (Bowser's Minions) • Shops** • Special Skill**†† • Staff (Bowser's Minions) • Super Attack|
|* Exclusive to Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. • ** Exclusive to Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions.|
† Enemy, boss, or stat exclusive to the main game. • †† Enemy, boss, or stat exclusive to Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser. • ††† Enemy variants differ in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions.
|Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time|
|Playable characters||Mario • Luigi • Baby Mario • Baby Luigi|
|Non-playable characters||Baby Peach • Fawful • Gramma Red and Gramma Green • Hollijolli Mayor • Kylie Koopa • Monty Mole • Mr. Thwomp • Princess Peach • Professor Elvin Gadd (Elvin Gadd (past)) • Star Temple gate • Stuffwell • Thwomp Bros. • Thwomp Elevator • Toad • Toad doctor • Toads • Toadbert • Toadiko • Toadsworth • Toadsworth the Younger • Yoob • Yoshi • Yoshis|
|Bosses||Baby Bowser • Bowser • Commander Shroob • Elder Princess Shroob • Elder Shrooboid • Hammer Bros. • Junior Shrooboid • Kamek • Mrs. Thwomp • Petey Piranha • Princess Shroob • Shroob • Shrooboid Brat • Shrowser • Sunnycide • Swiggler|
|Locations||Baby Bowser's Castle • Fawful's Bean 'n' Badge • Gramma's Place • Gritzy Caves • Gritzy Desert • Hollijolli Village • Koopaseum • Monty Mart • Peach's Castle • Peach's Castle Dungeon • Princess Peach's room • Shroob Castle • Shroob Mother Ship • Shroob planet • Shroom Shop • Star Hill • Star Shrine • Thwomp Caverns • Thwomp Volcano • Toad Town • Toadwood Forest • Vim Factory • Yoob's Belly • Yoshi's Island|
|Enemies||Blazing Shroob • Bob-omb • Boo • Boo Guy • Boom Guy • Bully • Chain Chomp (Elder Princess Shroob) • Coconutter • Dark Boo • Dr. Shroob • Dry Bones • Elasto-Piranha • Elite Boom Guy • Fly Guy • Ghoul Guy • Gnarantula • Gold Koopeleon • Goomba • Goombette • Guardian Shroob • Handfake • Intern Shroob • Koopeleon • Lakitufo • Lethal Bob-omb • Love Bubble • Pidgit • Piranha Planet • Pokey • RC Shroober • Red Coconutter • Shroid • Shrooba Diver • Shrooblet • Shroob-omb • Shroob Rex • Shroobsworth • Skellokey • Snifaro • Snoozorb • Soul Bubble • Spiny Shroopa • Support Shroob • Tanoomba • Tashrooba • Thwack • Thwack Totem • Wonder Thwack|
|Items||Consumables||1-Up Mushroom • 1-Up Super • 10 Coin • 100 Coin • 20 Coin • 5 Coin • Bean • Coin • Blue Pepper • Green Pepper • Max Mushroom • Mushroom • Mushroom Drop • Red Pepper • Refreshing Herb • Super Mushroom • Super Drop • Ultra Mushroom • Ultra Drop|
|Blocks||4-Bros. Random Block • Adult Shine Block • Aurora Block • Command Block • Control Block • Empty Block • L Block • Laser Block • M Block • Recovery Block • Save Album • Simultaneous Block • Small Shine Block • Warp Block|
|Bros. Items||Bros. Flower • Cannonballer • Copy Flower • Green Shell • Ice Flower • Mix Flower • Pocket Chomp • Red Shell • Smash Egg • Trampoline|
|Other||2-Person Panel • 4-Person Panel • Cobalt Star • Chomp Rock • DS time radar • Prof. E. Gadd's time machine • Fireball • Hydrogush 4000 • Iceball • Koopa Cannon • Koopa Clown Car • Koopa Cruiser • Pipe • Shroob missile • Shroob mushroom • Shroob saucer • Time hole • Toadbert's Drawing • Treasure Chest Block • Whirlwind|
|Stats||Defense • Experience Point • Heart Point • Power • Speed • Stache|
|Status||Burn • DEF-Down • DEF-Up • Dizzy • Level up • Poison • POW-Down • POW-Up • Prohibited Command • SPD-Down • SPD-Up • Trip|
|Moves||Baby Cakes • Baby Drill • Baby Pump • Baby Spin • Baby Toss • Bros. Ball • Counterattack • Flee • Hammer • Jump • Piggyback Jump • Spin Jump|
|Other||Beanhole locations • Bestiary • Gallery • Gear • Glitches • Level up progressions • Mario & Luigi RPG: Sound Selection • Media • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Shops • Staff|
|Mario Kart Arcade GP 2|
|Characters||Balanced||Luigi • Mario • Pac-Man • Waluigi|
|Strong Acceleration||Blinky • Peach • Yoshi|
|Easy Control||Mametchi • Ms. Pac-Man • Toad|
|High Speed||Bowser • Donkey Kong • Wario|
|Non-playable||Baby Luigi • Baby Mario • Birdo • Bowser Jr. • Cheep Cheep • Daisy • Diddy Kong • Dry Bones • Hammer Bro • Jr. Pac-Man • Kamek • Koopa • Koopa Paratroopa • King Boo • Mechakoopa • Monster • Nipper Plant • Noki • Pianta • Piranha Plant • Professor Elvin Gadd • Robo Mario • Toadette • Toadsworth|
|Items||Basin • Banana Peel • Banana Shot • Big & Small Tire • Boo • Black Shell • Broken Wheel • Car Horn • Jack-in-the-box • Green Shell • Interrupting Frame • Invisible Mushroom • Item Box • Item Seal • Mame Block • Mario Coin • Monster Pill • Mouse Cracker • Dash Mushroom • Dizziness Virus • Needle Bomb • Pie • Pump • Rabbit Ear • Rain Cloud • Reflect Shield • Saggy Gummy • Shield • Snow Cloud • Square Tire • Star • Sticky Oil • Tacks • Thundercloud • Thunder Stick • Time Bomb • Tornado|
|Courses||Yoshi Cup||Yoshi Park 1 • Yoshi Park 2|
|Mario Cup||Mario Highway • Mario Beach|
|Waluigi Cup||Stadium Arena • Waluigi Stadium|
|DK Cup||DK Jungle • Bananan Ruins|
|Wario Cup||Diamond City • Snow Panic|
|Pac-Man Cup||Pac Mountain • Pac Labyrinth|
|Bowser Cup||Bowser's Castle • Castle Wall|
|Rainbow Cup||Rainbow Coaster • Rainbow Downhill|
|Techniques||Drift • Hop • Mini-Turbo • Rocket Start|
|Miscellaneous||Daisy Cruiser • Finish Line • Gallery • Sponsors • Staff|
|Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon|
|Characters||Luigi • Mario • Professor Elvin Gadd • Toad • Polterpup • King Boo|
|Tools and equipment||Dark-Light Device • Dual Scream • Pixelator • Poltergust 5000 • Strobulb|
|Items and objects||Amethyst • Bill • Bulb • Coin • Diamond • E-Gate • Emerald • Gold Bar • Gold Bone • Key • Paranormal portal • Paranormal shield • Red Coin • Ruby • Sapphire • Sled-mounted shooter|
|Ghosts||Normal ghosts||Big Polterpup • Boo (list) • Creeper • Gobber • Gold Greenie • Greenie • Hider • Mummy • Polterpup • Slammer • Sneaker • Spirit Ball • Statue Armour Ghost • Strong Gobber • Strong Greenie • Strong Hider • Strong Slammer • Strong Sneaker|
|Bosses||Story mode: Ancient Poltergeist • Big Boo • King Boo • Three Poltergeists • Possessors (Grouchy · Harsh · Overset · Shrewd · Tough) • A Strong Gobber, a Strong Greenie, and a Strong Slammer • Strong Poltergeist • The Three Sisters|
ScareScraper: Beetle Whisperer • Bomb Brother • The Brain • Creeper Launcher • Primordial Goo • Terrible Teleporter
|Other enemies and species||Bat • Beetle • Crow • False door • Flytrap • Frog • Fuzzball • Mouse • Orange flower • Robomb • Spider|
|Areas||Gloomy Manor||Balcony • Bedroom • Cellar • Coatroom • Common Hall • Dining Room • Entrance • Foyer • Front Yard • Garage • Guard Hall • Kitchen • Lab • Library • Lobby • Master Hall • Mudroom • Mudroom Exterior • Parlor • Patio • Rafters • Secret Pocket • Studio • Study • Under the Stairs|
|Haunted Towers||Botany Lab • Conservatory • Courtyard • Crow's Nest • Crypt • East Hall • Eerie Staircase • Family Room • Garden • Gardener's Dwelling • Gardener's Lab • Greenhouse • Haunted Towers Entrance • Hollow Tree • Hydro Generator • Laboratories • Lounge • Old Graveyard • Plant Nursery • Rooftop Pool • Rumpus Room • Seedling Laboratory • Sewer • Skybridge • Solarium • Tool Shed • Toolshed Stairs • Tower Lobby • Tree House • Tree Root • Water Supply • West Bathroom • West Bedroom • West Garden • West Hall|
|Old Clockworks||Antechamber • Belfry • Belfry Clock • Canyon Hall • Canyon Narrows • Canyon Stairs • Cargo Room • Clock Tower Gate • Clockmaker's Chambers • Clockworks Court • Container Yard • Crank Room • Drafting Office • Finishing Room • Gear Chamber • Kiln Room • Maintenance Hub • Movements • Pit Slide • Quarry • Roundhouse • Roundhouse Pit • Service Elevator • Storage Room • Storm Cellar • Synchro Gantry • Synchronization Room • Tomb • Transportation Hall • Warehouse • Workshop|
|Secret Mine||Airway • Basin • Chalet • Chalet Approach • Cinder Mine • Coward's Chasm • Crossroads • Crystal Quarry • Deep Hall • Drift Hall • Frozen Pit • Fishing Hut • Gondola • High Wires • Ice Lake • Maintenance Room • Pit Mine • Prospector's Crossing • Shaft • Skip Slope • Smokehouse • Smuggler's Hideout • Terminal • Under the Ice • Workshop • Workshop Landing|
|Treacherous Mansion||Ancient Exhibit • Archives • Aviation Exhibit • Bottom of Well • Ceremonial Chamber • Cliffside • Dark Age Exhibit • Dungeon Cells • East Balcony • East Corridor • East Gallery • Front Entrance • Gargoyle Roof • Grand East • Grand West • Guard Tunnel • Haunted Catacombs • Ice Age Exhibit • Inner Courtyard • Jungle Exhibit • Kitchen • Nautical Exhibit • Restrooms • Space Exhibit • Study • Terrace • Train Exhibit • Underground Lab • Veranda • West Balcony • West Corridor • West Gallery|
|Other||Bunker • King Boo's Illusion • Mario's Painting • ScareScraper • E. Gadd's Vault|
|Miscellaneous||Gallery • Glitches • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Staff|
|Related Play Nintendo activities:|
Are you ready to hunt some ghosts? • Pop quiz! • You’ve got this down cold
|Super Mario Maker / Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS|
|Characters||Mario • Princess Peach • Toad • Bowser • Yoshi • Coursebot • Mary O. • Mr. Eraser • Parakeet • Soundfrog • Undodog • Yamamura|
|Game styles||Super Mario Bros. • Super Mario Bros. 3 • Super Mario World • New Super Mario Bros. U|
|Course styles||Ground • Underground • Underwater • Ghost House • Airship • Castle|
|Items and objects||? Block/Flying ? Block • 1-Up Mushroom • Arrow Sign/Checkpoint Flag* • Axe • Big Mushroom† (SMB) • Block/Rotating Block (SMW) • Bridge • Bumper** • Buzzy Shell • Cape Feather (SMW) • Checkpoint Flag • Cloud Block • Coin/Pink Coin*** • Coin Block • Conveyor Belt • Donut Block • Fire Flower • Giant Gate (SMW) • Goal (SMB3) • Goal Pole (SMB & NSMBU) • Goomba's Shoe (SMB & SMB3) • Ground • Hard Block • Hidden Block • Ice Block • Koopa Clown Car/Junior Clown Car/Fire Koopa Clown Car/Fire Junior Clown Car** • Lava Lift • Lakitu's Cloud • Lift/Flimsy Lift • Mushroom Platform • Mystery Mushroom† (SMB) • Note Block/Music Block • One-Way Wall • P Switch/Key*** • Pipe • POW Block • Propeller Mushroom (NSMBU) • Semisolid Platform • Spike Trap • Spiny Shell • Super Leaf (SMB3) • Super Mushroom/Weird Mushroom (SMB) (separated in 3DS) • Super Star • Track • Vine • Trampoline • Warp Door/P Warp Door**/Key Door*** • Wings • Yoshi's Egg (SMW & NSMBU)|
|Enemies||Beach Koopa • Bill Blaster/Bill Blaster (red) • Blooper/Blooper Nanny/Blooper Baby/Mega Blooper • Bob-omb/Mega Bob-omb • Boo/Boo Buddies/Stretch/Big Boo • Bowser/Bowser Jr. • Bullet Bill/Bull's-Eye Bill • Burner • Buzzy Beetle/Big Buzzy Beetle/Buzzy Beetle Tower/Para-Beetle/Heavy Para-Beetle • Cannon • Chain Chomp/Big Chain Chomp/Unchained Chomp • Cheep Cheep/Blurp (SMW)/Deep Cheep (NSMBU)/Big Cheep Cheep/Big Deep Cheep • Dry Bones/Fish Bone/Big Dry Bones/Parabones • Fire Bar • Grinder • Goomba/Paragoomba/Galoomba/Flying Goomba/Big Goomba/Big Paragoomba/Big Galoomba/Goomba Tower/Shoe Goomba/Stiletto Goomba • Hammer Bro/Sledge Bro • Jelectro • Koopa Troopa/Big Koopa Troopa/Koopa Paratroopa/Big Koopa Paratroopa • Lakitu • Lava Bubble/Big Lava Bubble • Magikoopa/Big Magikoopa • Muncher • Piranha Plant/Big Piranha Plant/Fire Piranha Plant/Big Venus Fire Trap/Jumping Piranha Plant (SMW) • Rocky Wrench/Monty Mole/Mega Monty Mole • Sea Urchin • Spike Top/Spiky Parabuzzy • Spiny/Big Spiny/Spiny Egg • Thwomp/Big Thwomp/Skewer*** • Wiggler/Big Wiggler|
|Costume Mario characters†||Easy||Mario (Modern colors) • Toad • Yoshi • Shy Guy • Wario • Dr. Mario • Mario Kart • Waluigi • Green Yarn Yoshi • Donkey Kong Jr. • Pikmin • Link • Ganondorf • K.K. Slider • Blathers • Celeste • Digby • Slippy Toad • Dr. Lobe • Ashley|
|Normal||Peach • Luigi • Bowser Jr. • Rosalina & Luma • Pink Yarn Yoshi • Light-Blue Yarn Yoshi • Donkey Kong • Diddy Kong • Kirby • Meta Knight • Pit • Palutena • Dark Pit • Mega Man • Samus • R.O.B. • Marth • Ike • Pikachu • Charizard • Jigglypuff • Mewtwo • Sheik • Tingle • Toon Link • Shulk • Ness • Inkling Squid • Wii Balance Board • Wii Fit Trainer • Chibi-Robo • Villager • Mr. Resetti • Timmy and Tommy • Mabel • Kicks • Isabelle (Summer Outfit) • Cyrus • Captain Falcon • Duck Hunt • Foreman Spike • Peppy Hare • Arwing • Mahjong Tile • Nikki • Balloon Fighter • Nabbit • Tetra|
|Expert||Bowser • Mario (Silver) • Mario (Gold) • Sidestepper • Shellcreeper • Mario (Mario Bros.) • Mega Yarn Yoshi • King Dedede • Zero Suit Samus • Lucina • Robin • Lucario • Greninja • Olimar • Zelda • Lucas • Inkling Boy • Inkling Girl • Tom Nook • Rover • Kapp'n • Isabelle (Winter Outfit) • Reese • Lottie • Mr. Game & Watch • Sonic • Pac-Man • Little Mac • Fox McCloud • Falco Lombardi • Donbe • Hikari • Ayumi Tachibana • Baby Mario|
|Super Expert***||Iris Archwell • Mallo • Bubbles • Diskun • Volleyball Player|
|Event Course*||Totem Link • Arino KACHO • SUPER MARIO KUN • Cat Mario • Cat Peach • Necky • Frog Mario • Mario Trio • GLA • Felyne • Sky Pop • Arcade Bunny • Master Belch • Mr. Saturn • Captain Toad • Bike • Birdo • Yamamura • Daisy • Professor E. Gadd • Bulbasaur • Charmander • Squirtle • Chitoge Kirisaki • Barbara the Bat • Statue Mario • Wolf Link • Mary O. • Toadette • Yu Ayasaki • Starfy • BABYMETAL • Popo & Nana • Kitty White • Melody • Shaun the Sheep • Callie • Marie • Undodog • Dr. Kawashima|
|Other||Goomba • ? Block • Trampoline • Builder Mario • Fighter Fly|
|Moves||Crouch • Dash • Double Jump (NSMBU) • Drill Spin (NSMBU) • Flutter Jump (NSMBU) • Ground Pound (NSMBU) • Jump • Spin Jump (SMW & NSMBU) • Triple Jump (NSMBU) • Wall Jump (NSMBU)|
|Other||Artbook • Fan-made courses highlighted by Nintendo • Gallery (artwork · screenshots · sprites) • Glitches • Media • Official courses*† • Pre-release and unused content (Nintendo 3DS) • Sound effects • Stamps • Staff (Nintendo 3DS) • Super Mario Challenge‡ • Super Mario Maker Software Update!† • Super Mario Maker: Crash Course|
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Decorate your desktop • Red ahead • You’ve got this down cold
|* In version 1.20 or later • ** In version 1.30 or later • *** In version 1.40 or later • † Only in the Wii U version. • ‡ Only in the Nintendo 3DS version|
|Luigi's Mansion 3|
|Characters||Playable||Luigi • Gooigi|
|Supporting||Polterpup • Professor E. Gadd • Mario • Princess Peach • Toads|
|Antagonists||King Boo • Hellen Gravely|
|Tools and equipment||Dark-Light Device • Flashlight • Poltergust G-00 • Strobulb • Suction Shot • Virtual Boo|
|Items and objects||Bill • Bomb • Coin • Coin pile • Elevator button • Elevator tracker • Gem • Gold Bar • Gold Bone • Key • Pearl • Boo Ball • Trap Detector|
|Ghosts||Normal ghosts||16 Boos • Gem Goob • Golden Goob • Goob • Hammer • Mini Goob • Mini Hammer • Mummy • Oozer • Slinker • Spirit Ball • Trapper|
|Rare ghosts||Speed Goob • Speed Hammer • Speed Oozer • Bomb Goob • Bomb Hammer • Bomb Oozer • Regen Goob • Regen Hammer • Regen Slinker • Lethal Goob • Lethal Hammer • Lethal Oozer • Lethal Slinker • Thieving Slinker • Medic Goob • Electric Oozer • Diffusing Goob • Diffusing Hammer • Warp Slinker|
|Boss ghosts||Steward • Chambrea • Kruller • Chef Soulfflé • Amadeus Wolfgeist • King MacFrights • Dr. Potter • Morty • Polterkitty • Ug • Clem • Serpci • Nikki, Lindsey, & Ginny • Captain Fishook • Johnny Deepend • DJ Phantasmagloria • Hellen Gravely • King Boo|
|Other enemies||Bat • Crow • Mouse • Possessed Bin • Snake • Spider • Takarabako Obake|
|The Last Resort floors||Basement • Grand Lobby • Mezzanine • Hotel Shops • The Great Stage • RIP Suites • Castle MacFrights • Garden Suites • Paranormal Productions • Unnatural History Museum • Boilerworks • Tomb Suites • Twisted Suites • The Spectral Catch • Fitness Center • The Dance Hall • Master Suite • Rooftop|
|Further info||Gallery • Glitches • Pre-release and unused content • Professor E. Gadd's Research Journal • Quotes • Staff|
|Other||ScareScraper • ScreamPark • The Last Resort|
|Related Play Nintendo activities:|
How well do you know the Luigi’s Mansion 3 game? • Luigi and Polterpup are hunting ghosts! • Luigi’s on the run in a haunted puzzle!