From the Super Mario Wiki
Ads keep the MarioWiki independent and free :)
Stuffwell's artwork for Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
Species Suitcase
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (2005)
Latest appearance Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Sticker Cameo) (2008)
Stuffwell, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time

Stuffwell is a living suitcase invented by Professor E. Gadd. He replaces the Suitcase from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. He aids Mario, Baby Mario, Luigi, and Baby Luigi in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time by carrying their items, Cobalt Star Shards, Badges and Clothing as well as by translating what the Cobalt Star (Elder Princess Shroob) is saying. He often uses technobabble in his vocabulary, including made-up words such as "Nincompooter" and "Explanification." His catchphrase is, "BACK TO ADVENTURE!".


Stuffwell was invented by Professor E. Gadd prior to the events of the game. He helps Mario, Luigi and the babies by carrying their items and stuff and offers them hints as well. He also has a transmitter that allows him to talk to the Professor from afar, he uses this same transmitter to understand what The Cobalt Star is trying to say to them. He even uses a service warpulator to send them back in time if they hit a Save Album near the end of the game.

Stuffwell's Special Service Warpulator[edit]

The Warpulator is a time travel device that is "recombobulated" from the downloaded flight data of the Shroob Mother Ship by Stuffwell; it has the power to reverse the flow of time and send individuals to a predestined point (the last save point before finding Peach at the Shroob Castle), bringing with them all their current inventory and stats. The Warpulator is used only near the climax of the game, where the Mario brothers are trapped at a point of no return and must battle Princess Shroob and the bosses before her.

Other appearances[edit]

Stuffwell appears as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.


  • "Cruel fate! We succeed at getting the second Cobalt Star Shard, now this happens."
  • "Poor Toadbert... Poor Kylie... This is a travesty..."

Names in other languages[edit]


Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーツケース
Spanish Maletín Briefcase
French Fourretout Holdall, rag-bag
German Steckweg 08/20 "Putaway 08/20"; rhymes with the German names of many of E.Gadd’s other inventions, the 08/20 in particular is a play on the German expression 08/15, which is used to describe something mundane or standard.
Italian Valigi8.0 From Valigiotto (small suitcase) and the suffix 8.0 (otto punto zero), usually referring to a version of a technological invention or device
Korean 다너군
'Mr. Put-Them-All'

Stuffwell's Special Service Warpulator[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Servicio de transporte temporal de Maletín Stuffwell's temporal transport Service
Italian Servizio Tempo-Taxi Time-Taxi Service
Korean 다너군의 스페셜 깜짝 미니 타임워프 기능
Daneo-gun ui Seupesyeol Kkamjjak Mini Taim wopeu Gineung
Stuffwell's Special Surprise Mini Time-warp Function