Fine then, Xluidi, do YOU know where the source is. HyperToad
- I only included it here because I felt Mario Party deserves a mention in SSBB after not being mentioned in SSBM. Transcript 22:42, 27 January 2008 (EST)
- So, you added false information because you want Mario Party to be mentioned in Brawl? My Bloody Valentine
The Top 100 name
Renames are going to be the death of us, and after I had fixed all the links when I moved it earlierSure, go ahead. 19:30, 18 November 2017 (EST)
Split Duel Glove from this article and add in information here about Coin Glove
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don't split 1-4
My commentary above from over six months ago notwithstanding, I don't think the Duel Glove from Mario Party: Star Rush is even the same thing as the Dueling Glove, or at least as far as the respective functions of the two items are concerned. The Duel Glove is used to steal allies, while the Dueling Glove is used to steal coins. Plus, there's an item in Mario Party: Star Rush that duplicates the function of the Dueling Glove - the Coin Glove from Balloon Bash, whose design is even taken for Mario Party: The Top 100's Dueling Glove. Therefore, I propose that we split Duel Glove into its own article, and expand this article to cover the Coin Glove.
- 7feetunder (talk) I'm not very knowledgeable about MP:SR, but I don't think that small distinction of wagering allies instead of coins is enough to warrant a split. That sounds more like a case of the item being adapted for the new style of gameplay rather than it being a completely new item. I'm going to need more than that before I'll support this.
- YoshiEgg1990 (talk) Per 7feetunder. It will be just like splitting the SMB3 and SM3L Tanooki Marios.
- Yoshi the SSM (talk) Per 7feetunder. Best just to add Coin Glove to this.
- Owencrazyboy9 (talk) Per 7feetunder and everyone else. I have the game, and I can say with confidence, that the Coin Glove has the same function as the Duel Glove; just with a slightly different result at the end. The Coin Glove steals, well, coins, while the Duel Glove takes away an ally in Toad Scramble. Too minor to split.