- I oppose the merge. Click here to see the universe. SuperLuigi821 Oh you let the hat out of the bag, Big Top!
- Please, can't you see this has been settled for years? I mean, this is back when Jorge was called Super Luigi 821. MrConcreteDonkey 17:39, 1 January 2011 (EST)
Koopa Troopas In the Audience
In the section on Super Paper Mario, it states that this game introduces Koopa Troopas as a new species of audience member. However, they were present in PM2:TTYD as well, and are clearly visible in the article's screenshot of said game's audience. I just thought I'd check to make sure that whoever wrote that section didn't mean to name another species but put mistakenly put in "Koopa" instead before I deleted that sentence. I mean, it MAY be merged in the future, but as of right now it's still a separate article and could stand some fixing of some mistakes. Dinosaur bob 21:18, 16 May 2007 (EDT)
Ah, seems like that mistake was made in the Characters in the Audience list as well... hrm.Dinosaur bob 21:21, 16 May 2007 (EDT)
According to the article, there are no new elements after achieving Super Star rank. There are at least two. One is the fire that comes out of the spotlights, it may burn the characters. Another one is the big rock in the Pit of 100 Trials. I'm not sure about these, but there is also the bugs and the giant statue. Supermariofan14
I clearly saw Luigi attempt to throw a rock at mario(lmao) in one of Wayoshi's videos.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMbHU5Lg0oo&feature=related so he is not only good yoshiyoshiyoshi (talk)
On my latest playthrough of the Thousand-Year-Door, I've started to think about what these guys do. Is it possible that these guys might eat surrounding audience members? Not so many to cause a panic, but rarely, one might snack on a nearby viewer? It would explain the odd noise I get after a turn, and why I seem to be down by one viewer. This needs to be comfirmed. Learner4 01:27, 9 May 2011 (EDT)
- That is true, I have seen it happen when I play. I don't know if I'm allowed to do this, but you can add that information if you want.
The Awesome Yoshi Fan Tails777
Luigi - Good or Half Bad
...Luigi, Punis, and Toads often appear in the Audience. They will never do anything to harm Mario or his allies (with the exception of Luigi) and will throw helpful items such as Coins and Mushrooms,...
* means they always help the player.
* * means they always harm the player. * * * means they can do both.
Boos *** Bulky Bob-ombs ** Crazee Dayzees ** Dull Bones ** Goombas ** Hammer Bros.** Koopa Troopas *** Luigi * Piranha Plants (Doesn't throw anything) (Sometimes eat the audience around)
Here we have two pieces of information contradicting each other, one of them needs to be corrected. I would do this myself but... I have no idea which is correct. Could somebody find out which is false, and even if you want correct it on the article. Moolala (talk) 10:15, 16 August 2012 (EDT)
Gus Has No Audience
In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, every battle is performed on a stage in front of the Audience.
I don't know about the stage ( because I haven't play this game ) but there isn't an audience in every battle, at least that's what Gus's article says. However maybe Gus's article is wrong. I don't know. But in Gus's article's Trivia section it clearly states there is no audience in Gus's battle. Could somebody please verify which statement is true, and if they want correct the false one? Moolala (talk) 10:35, 16 August 2012 (EDT)
That trivia section is incorrect. Proof: www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6GHZ9WKRYw&t=2m50s I'm guessing because some people fight Gus before even stopping at the Thousand Year Door for the first time, that's the reason why an audience might not be present. —A user who has been editing the Piercing page quite recently— (14:06, 24 July 2013 EDT)
New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Do the spectators who go away in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door really return?
In this page, especially in the section about the thrown items, it is written that spectators who go away return later, but I suspect that rather other spectators come in, which is something usually happening during battles which are going on well. Can you confirm that it is the same spectators who are coming back?--Mister Wu (talk) 12:20, 6 July 2015 (EDT)
Luigi can harm Mario
It has been discussed on various sites that Luigi CAN harm Mario, though the probability of that happening seems extremely low. Below is a video that shows an occurrence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMbHU5Lg0oo&t=3m15s 16:44, 11 June 2016 (EDT)
- Interesting. We'll have to add that to the article. KaBoom! 21:57, 13 June 2016 (EDT)