|Mushroom Kingdom has won a Mario Award in the first Awards Ceremony!!
|Mushroom Kingdom has won a Mario Award in the second Awards Ceremony!!
|Mushroom Kingdom has won a Mario Award in the third Awards Ceremony!!
|Mushroom Kingdom has won a Mario Award in the Seventh Awards Ceremony!!
Should Rogueport and the surrounding areas be added here, or is it still a bit unclear of their true location? (Peach's E-mail seems to confirm that is indeed in the Mushroom Kingdom, but even then it would be on the very outskirts considering Luigi's adventures in the Waffle Kingdom and him being at Rogueport between each adventure) --Sml007.5 18:50, 13 August 2006 (EDT)
- ...It's still a bit unclear. Don't add them to the list yet. Wayoshi ( T·C·@ ) 20:47, 13 August 2006 (EDT)
- Hello. For the Mushroom World article, they are considered part of the Mushroom Kingdom. Because it seems to be made clear from the evidence presented above. So... there's a little inconsistancy... perhaps you could deal with it, Wayoshi? Thanks. -Stumpers
- 1 Bowser, Wario and Waluigi
- 2 Toybox Town?
- 3 Video Games, Film, Etc. Section
- 4 Luigi Sunshine?
- 5 Gold System
- 6 Mushroom Castle
- 7 Transportation
- 8 Spin-off Titles
- 9 Mushroom City
- 10 Mushroom kingdom/ Beanbean border
- 11 Islands
- 12 Needs a major rewrite
- 13 SMRPG
- 14 Flag
- 15 Expand Cities, Towns, and Castles section to include all locations
- 16 Weird stuff in the Mario Kart section
- 17 Should we get rid of the "Cities, Towns and Castles" section?
- 18 Information on the Mushroom Kingdom in the Japanese releases of the games, from Japanese Wikipedia article
- 19 Music (Super Mario RPG)
- 20 Largest kingdom in the world? Not anymore!
- 21 SMO Mushroom Kingdom map
Bowser, Wario and Waluigi
First lets reconsider what citizen means. A innocent person who lives in the Mushroom Kingdom or a defender of the Mushroom Kingdom. Since Mario is considered both I'm not really sure.
Well his bad outweighs his good and because he was recently a boss in DDR, I think that make him bad. Plus he started out bad. Maybe he isn't evil, but his greed drives him to do evil tasks. Either way, I don't think him or the protectors of the Mushroom Kingdom should be considered citizens.Knife (talk)
They've broken most of the rules of citizendom. Tsk tsk. Although they have been on the side of good a few times, their bad does outweight the good, as Knife said. 3D
- Athough not cannon, I always thought when i was growing up Wario was king of the Bob-omb kingdom and Daisy was his princess (Yellow and Yellow). Stupid, a? WarioLoaf (talk)
Wario supposedly lives in Diamond City. And most people think that's in the Mushroom Kingdom, not kitchen land. I'm not saying it ISN'T in kitchen land, I mean, it could be. User: Maxlover2
Just to put my two cents in, I think that if Wario ever tried to make advances at Daisy, it would probably be to hurt Luigi. I believe Wario once said (on his website, maybe) that he didn't have time for a love interest. I think that was the original WarioWare site, with the interview with Wario... anyone else remember that? Stumpers
Lets all remember that wario is a member of DIAMOND city, wich seems to have no relation to the mushroom kingdom. (no mushrooms or nothing.) Isyou 16:50, 10 February 2007 (EST)
Speaking of the lists, does anyone else think that the protectors list is a little excessive? It feels like it's just a list of characters as it stands. This isn't to be mean or anything, just to open the floor for discussion :D --Stumpers
Should Shy Guy's toybox REALLY count as a town? I mean, there's no people actually living there, as far as we know. and really, it's just a toybox.
There are a couple of us who have been independently planning to overhaul the article, so lots will change, hopefully... in the near future, and hopefully for the better. If I were you, I'll put the Toy Box as a subset of Toad Town. I think some Shy Guys might actually live there, though. If nothing else, it's a hideout. But, no it does not fit the definition of a town. Good catch. -Stumpers
There ARE some Toads there.- Ultimatetoad 17:17, 26 February 2007 (EST)
They work the trains. that's it. like I said, we don't KNOW they live in the toybox because there are no houses, that we can see. Therefor, it can only be a town non-canonnically Max2
Meh, it's only a bullet point as it is, so does it really matter? Maybe someone should write something more about it? Well, if you don't, I probably will, so whatevs :3 --Stumpers
Video Games, Film, Etc. Section
Hello, everyone. I'm currently working on the "Recent History" section that talks about the attacks and events shown in the video games in regards to the Mushroom Kingdom. So, should I just delete the video game portion of this article (at the bottom) when I'm done? Thanks. --Stumpers
- I removed the video game info, and changed the section to "Depictions in Other Media". Also, I changed "Recent History" to "History", and moved it up to the top, as has been done with characters (Yoshi) and species (Goomba). -- Son of Suns
- Thanks. I'll be working more on the History section soon, I hope. As for the rearrangement of the article, it could work either way. Taking a look at the Wikipedia articles for France and the United States, both ways are correct. After we finish our work on this article we should look into this again and see which one is more pleasing to look at. Whoever did it, nice work on the Super Mario Bros. portion of the history! -Stumpers
Is the "currency" part really accurate? I mean red, blue and green Diamonds only appear in Luigi's Mansion, yet they have coin values. is that really canon? and also, who KNOWS that you "must first sell this object"? Max2 Canon?
- Feel free to change it. Here's my logic: Diamonds are worth a certain "gold value." A coin, according to Luigi's Mansion, is worth 5,000G. Wouldn't other items worth the same way? Oh, and the "must first sell this object" comes from the fact that there is currently no store throughout Mario history that has officially accepted anything except Coins. However, as seen in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Gold Bars can be used, but only after you sell them. They act as a sort of bank, as you know. --Stumpers (P.S. Where does Luigi Sunshine come in?)
Ok. Just for reference,Super Mario Sunshine took place outside of the Mushroom Kingdom, so there could be different "coins," but we don't know either way :D --Stumpers
Meh. Whatevs :3 Everybody wins. --Stumpers
Speaking of money,in-game money for SMB3 is reffered as dollars. Should we mention that? - Kooperadmin -
So... I don't know if you guys knew it, but the Gold System isn't part of this Wiki! (or I haven't found it yet) If someone ever wanted to make an article, below is the information that once was in this article. By the way, for those interested, the Coin conversions come from the fact that a Gold Coin in Luigi's Mansion was 5,000 Gold... and of course in the Mushroom Kingdom, one Gold Coin equals one coin. Oh, and for future reference, can we please discuss the removal of information before removing it from the Wiki? That would probably help.--Stumpers
|Object||Worth in Gold (G)||Worth in Coins|
|Gold Coin||5,000G||1 Coin|
|Red Diamond||5,000G||1 Coin|
|Gold Bar||100,000G||20 Coins|
|Blue Jewel||500,000G||100 Coins|
|Green Jewel||800,000G||160 Coins|
|Red Jewel||1,000,000G||200 Coins|
|Blue Diamond||2,000,000G||400 Coins|
|Gold Diamond||20,000,000G||4,000 Coins|
- The Gold System is only in one game, but an article for Gold with a G redirect could be created, stating the value of each object in Luigi's Mansion. The values do not apply to all the Mushroom Kingdom - this as not been confirmed. Also, Coins are typically just called Coins in the other games, not Gold Coins like in Luigi's Mansion, so we don't know if they are the same. Regardless, we don't know if coins from other games are the same value as LM's Gold Coins. I removed the information because it is false. We shouldn't have false info on the wiki. -- Son of Suns
- I see your logic. Just be sure to do that in conjunction with your edits please? It would help. Because we're dealing with a video game series here, we're going to be faced with how much speculation is too much. This was gray area that required discussion, and now that we've had it, we can agree that it's not "canon enough" for the Wiki, but I still wouldn't call it false. --Stumpers
- Mushroom Castle is an alternative name for Princess Peach's Castle. The name was used in the Super Mario 64 instruction manual. -- Son of Suns
Whoa... THAT is dedication to the Mario series. I'll be sure to put that in the article if I get the opportunity... or you could. Either way, really. Thanks! --Stumpers
Should events like Super Mario Kart and other spin-off sports games really be listed in the history of the Mushroom Kingdom? I don't think they are notable. All I see in these sections is "Later tournaments proved immensely popular." - point of view phrases. - Cobold (talk · contribs) 14:06, 25 January 2008 (EST)
- I feel that recreational events as well as political events need to be noted, but if you'd rather move them to a "Recreation and Entertainment" section, that was something I was planning on doing. You could then merge them all into one Mario Kart section, mentioning the tourneys' place in reference to other events. That would get around the sticky situation of what to call the tournaments, as well. You and me have been following the same pages lately, huh, Cobold? Good to see you again. Stumpers! 20:03, 25 January 2008 (EST)
Mushroom City is probably the most modernized and advanced city in the Mushroom Kingdom, if not the Mushroom World. My question is, how come a little old town like Toad Town is the capital, but a humongous urbanized city like Mushroom City isn't? Kobble 02:05, 29 May 2008 (EDT)
It's obviously because Peach's castle is in Toad Town. MarioFan9999 13:03, 20 July 2008 (EDT)
- We technically don't know that Mushroom City is in the Mushroom Kingdom, but to say it isn't is more speculative than saying it is, if you get my meaning. A capital is the city/town from which a central political body operates. The central political body is the monarchy run by Peach, and she operates from the castle, which is part of Toad Town. Stumpers! 14:23, 20 July 2008 (EDT)
Mushroom kingdom/ Beanbean border
on the article for the beanbean kningdom, it says it shares its north western border with the mushroom kingdom, but on the mushroom kingdom article it says it shares it southwestern border, witch is correct? one of the articles need to be changed.--Sonicobbsessed 19:06, 4 June 2008 (EDT)
- From the Beanbean Kingdom, the Mushroom Kingdom is to the north. From the Mushroom Kingdom, the Beanbean Kingdom is to the south. However, it is impossible for both to have a western border with the other: one would have western, the other eastern. Stumpers! 23:30, 4 June 2008 (EDT)
Is Yoshi's island and/or Delfino Isle part of the Mushroom Kingdom? MarioFan9999 21:11, 14 July 2008 (EDT)
- Delfino is not. Miyamoto concerred in his Nintendo.com interview for Super Mario Sunshine. Yoshi's Island is part of Dinosaur World. No source has yet officially confirmed nor denied the Mushroom Kingdom having control over that area. Stumpers! 02:54, 20 July 2008 (EDT)
I was just wondering because of the island in the main picture. MarioFan9999 13:00, 20 July 2008 (EDT)
- That's Lavalava Island from Paper Mario. It's one of the three islands where Yoshies live along with the two islands you mentioned above. Stumpers! 15:00, 24 July 2008 (EDT)
Needs a major rewrite
Right now each section is just a short summary of its game. I really don't think that's what this article should be. This article should be describing the MK itself as an entity. E.g. what environments and cities appeared, what changed from previous games if the game is a sequel, etc. Obviously, this will mean a major overhaul of the page and I wanted to get some people to weigh in on this matter. Phoenix Rider 03:29, 12 June 2010 (UTC)
Do we know what the MK's flag looks like? That would be a good image to add to the article if we can agree on what it is and find a good picture. SMB has the square red-star flag. M&L:SS's Little Fungitown Embassy has a white pennant with a stylized green mushroom near the hoist that looks more like SMB's Koopa flag. M&L:PiT's opening (set in the past) shows a yellow pennant with a more detailed brown mushroom near the hoist. What other flags are there, and which one is the best representation of the current flag? Sarisa 10:37, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
- It'd be this one then:
Although it changed its design several times, it's still shown a bit everywhere inside Peach's Castle in the Mario & Luigi series (that one is from the third game). I doubt the flags on top of Peach's Castle are the country's, as they look completely different in each game, and that includes the Mario & Luigi series. We don't know the flag's shape though... Koopalmier 20:04, 10 December 2010 (UTC)
Expand Cities, Towns, and Castles section to include all locations
|This talk page proposal has already been settled. Please do not edit any of the sections in the proposal. If you wish to discuss the article, do so in a new header below the proposal.|
no quorum 2-0
Since other kingdoms like the Beanbean Kingdom have a complete list of locations, I think the Mushroom Kingdom should have a complete list of locations, instead of just main cities and towns. Locations like the Twilight Trail, Cavi Cape, and Star Hill are missing.
- Mariomaster228 (talk) Per my proposal.
- Bowser's luma (talk) Idk if this requires a proposal, just do it. But if a proposal is required, I support.
What do you mean? -Mariomaster228
Weird stuff in the Mario Kart section
- "The tournament doubled as an act of diplomacy as Bowser was allowed to race"
- "Following the Toadstool Tour and the events on Isle Delfino"
- "Some time after Bowser's invasion of the galaxies in Super Mario Galaxy"
- "Races took place in... newly discovered regions of it"
- "The Mushroom kingdom also allowed other human residents from the area to participate"
- While it may have made the article a little easier to read in terms of how it flows as a narrative, this is an encyclopedia, so that's all speculation, and I support getting rid of it. Off with its head and all that. Bop1996 (Talk)
- Looks to me like the whole section needs to be rewritten. I don't understand the point of portraying each game as part of a narrative, since the MK games take elements from the main series but are not intertwined with it. None of the spin-offs are (excluding Luigi's reference in Paper Mario). Mario4Ever
Should we get rid of the "Cities, Towns and Castles" section?
As I have been editing I have noticed a major flaw with the "Cities, Towns and Castles" section. The section is very limited to only a few mario series titles. Paper Mario being a big one taking over most of the locations. Since there are SO many locations in the Mushroom Kingdom in so many different Mario series titles, maybe it would be right to to delete the section. We are majorly lacking from other Mario series titles such as Mario Party, the main series, the Mario kart series, etc. Thenintendostooge (talk)
Information on the Mushroom Kingdom in the Japanese releases of the games, from Japanese Wikipedia article
The Japanese article for Mushroom Kingdom makes the following claims:
- The Mushroom Kingdom is part of the greater Mushroom World, which is on Earth
- Peach's Castle is referred to as "Mushroom Castle" in Super Mario RPG, Mario 64, Paper Mario, M&L2 and NSMB
- Peach's Castle is referred to as "Peach Castle" in Mario Tennis 64, Mario Party 4, M&L3, Mario Sports Mix, Mario Golf: World Tour, NSMB2, NSMBU and Super Mario 3D World
- Shroom City and Mushroom City are the same place
- Yoster Island (the incarnation of Yoshi's Island appearing in SMW and M&L2, which is distinct from the Yoshi Island seen in the Yoshi series) is part of the Mushroom Kingdom
- Rogueport is also part of the Mushroom Kingdom
- All places with Karakara Sabaku as their name are the same location, which is this but also this and this (and common sense would also tell us it's also this)
- Stardust Fields and Star Hill (the one seen in M&L2, distinct from the one in Mario RPG and PM64) are around the same area
- While this looks a nice deal of info, I don't think this wiki accepts Wikipedia itself as a legit source. For example, Fuzzy Wiggler is named Kemuchan in Japan but this was removed for a time because, to quote the comment for removal, "From the JP Wikipedia and thus unofficial". SmokedChili (Talk) (Thoughts) 13:37, 25 August 2016 (EDT)
Music (Super Mario RPG)
Was part of the music that plays in Mushroom Kingdom from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars used in the music for World-e Castle in Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3, or is it just coincidental that the music for World-e Castle sounds very similar to Mushroom Kingdom's music? 188.8.131.52 09:50, 16 November 2016 (EST)
Can anybody answer my question? 184.108.40.206 20:21, 17 November 2016 (EST)
- I agree with 7feetunder's response to your question here. It's hard to tell if it was intentional or not. Mario JC 20:45, 17 November 2016 (EST)
Largest kingdom in the world? Not anymore!
This article sais that the Mushroom Kingdom is one of the largest in the world. But with Odyssey coming out, and this Kingdom actually being one of the smallest Kingdoms in that game, should we change this part at the beginning of the article?
SMO Mushroom Kingdom map
Well, I say "map" but really all it shows is a mushroom-shaped island with no distinct or visible features, and I highly doubt that'd be fitting as the main image for the article. I'm bringing this up here because I'd rather not clog up Recent Changes. -- Lord G. matters. 17:02, July 21, 2019 (EDT)