Well done on the clothing, Monty Mole. That's a big contribution you made. Wayoshi ( T·C·@ ) 00:34, 1 September 2006 (EDT)
- Thanks, Wayoshi. Monty Mole (Talk·Contribs) 20:08, 14 October 2006 (EDT)
Wait a minute...
The Gold Beanies don't drop the Chuckola Pants! Superchao 14:24, 14 October 2006 (EDT)
. . .I could have sworn they did. All right. Unless someone can get them, I'll remove it. Monty Mole (Talk·Contribs) 20:08, 14 October 2006 (EDT)
I thought I bought the siphon gloves from a store in Toad Town!--ω Ω1 ω 12:45, 13 October 2009 (EDT)
I know there's a second pair. The first pair is at the start of Bowser Path - you've got to drill on the X in the corner, then rush up to the higher platform. There's another pair which I got pretty soon after that first pair. I think it's also along Bowser Path somewhere, but I'm not actually sure; I can't remember where I picked up this second pair. So, if anyone remembers where it is, please make sure I got it right!
In any case, I'll be playing through the game again soon, so when I find the gloves next time round, I'll make sure it's correct. Avengah 18:14, 10 April 2011 (EDT)
- Never mind, I just Googled it. It seems the second pair IS on Bowser Path, just past the castle, so I didn't get it wrong! Hehe Avengah 18:16, 10 April 2011 (EDT)
What does it really do? The description is vague, and I just tried it. It didn't work. Can anyone clarify it, please? Avengah 22:10, 14 April 2011 (EDT)
- And having done some random-ish testing, I've finally found out what it does completely by accident. Is that not globin? Avengah 05:48, 15 April 2011 (EDT)
ML:DT Antiair Boots
Has anyone collected a pair of Antiair Boots from Dream Team? According to this wiki and the Prima guide, they're dropped from Goombas, but I haven't been seeing them and the Prima guide is contradictory by not only having the drop rate omitted in one place, but they're not even listed in the enemy stats page. Not really a big deal as you can obtain the Antiair Boots DX much later in the game, but I'm wanting to know they're just very rare. --Zootalo (talk) 14:14, 24 September 2013 (EDT)
Yeah, I have a pair on my Hard Mode file. They must be pretty rare, though, seeing as the one I have on that was the first pair I've ever picked up. Icemario11 (talk)
ML:DT Soft Hammer DX
Anyone knows which order the Soft Hammers DX dropped from Shy Guy Airtub Rs appear in the Hammers section? I presume it's listed before the Expert Challenge Hammers since it's obtained in Neo Bowser Castle, but I want to know for sure. --Zootalo (talk) 15:43, 22 October 2013 (EDT)
ML:DT Hiking Boots
It appears that the maximum power that the boots can reach is 150. Power is increased by 1 for every 83.125 steps, so you get the maximum power at 9975 steps. 22.214.171.124 06:37, 20 January 2014 (EST)
In-game descriptions (ML:PIT and ML:BIS)
Shouldn't they be in the table? They are for ML:SS and ML:DT. I don't have them all so I don't want to stick in an incomplete column but in ML:PIT, descriptions include:
Wafer Slacks: Lightweight slacks perfect for just lazing about.
Wild Trousers: Out-of-control trousers for those who don't care about taking damage.
Puffy Trousers: Fluffy, heart-friendly wool trousers made of the newest hip fabric.
Adult Trousers: trousers to bring out the best in any adult. If these don't work...
Block trousers: Trousers with hard blocks built into 'em. Rolling around not advised.
Para Slacks: Light slacks with Parakoopa wings that give a tremendous speed boost.
Space Trousers: The efficacy of these trousers belies their otherworldly appearance.
Supreme Slacks: No complaints here! These are the pinnacle of slacks! Treasure them!
Royal Trousers: The finest trousers in all the land. The pinnacle of tailor-made talent!
Shell Slacks: Hardy slacks with shell plating. It takes courage to wear 'em in public.
Branded Slacks: World famous and well-made slacks that will last and last.
Patched Slacks: Not much to look at, but tough. No complaints!
Silky Pants: Sleek and comfy pants that are the ultimate in loungewear.
Unarmed jeans: Power-granting jeans that turn the wearer into a reckless beserker.
Heart Pants: Heart-covered pants that are cute and slightly increase heart points.
Secret jeans: Jeans that somehow make the wearer appear more mature.
Golden Pants: Undeniably comfy pants that are as bright as the sun to boot!
Stache Points: Jeans that increase Stache points when worn with the right gear!
Rocket Jeans: The efficacy of these jeans belies their otherworldly appearance.
100-Point Pants: No complaints here! These are the best pants around! Wash gently.
Royal Pants: The finest pants in all the land. The pinnacle of tailor-made talent.
Egg Pants: Durable pants made from eggshells. The egg design is something special!
Preferred Pants: High quality pants made from specially selected materials.
Starchy Jeans: Built for strength, not comfort. Move too quickly, it may hurt...
Split everything here
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So a while back, I hade every item list for Super Mario RPG split. I'm playing through the M&L games again right now, and have noticed that so many of these (aside from the PiT) have unique additional effects and many of the later ones (notably hammers) appear in multiple games. As such, I feel it would be most appropriate to have a separate article for every individual item on here, similar to the SMRPG armor.
Currently, my only hang-up is only having a comprehensive JP name list for the SS GBA ones.
Proposer: Doc von Schmeltwick (talk)
Deadline: September 12, 2021, 23:59 GMT
- Doc von Schmeltwick (talk) - Per.
- Swallow (talk) Per proposal. I should point out that Paper Jam has a lot of returning equipment from Dream Team with the same effects, so these should be the same article as each other.
- Hewer (talk) Per all.
- Archivist Toadette (talk) They should each make for good enough articles.