Talk:Shell dash

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I got NEW SUPER MARIO BROS. for d.s!!! I can't figure out how to make yourself slide when in a blue koopa shell :(((( Can someone PPPPLLLZZZ HELP????? PLZ!

The preceding unsigned comment was added by Jamecwanimals (talk).

Simple. Just get a Blue Shell and run with the X or Y button... it'll do it automatically. :-)Krizzy 19:29, 19 November 2010 (UTC)

Merge Shell Dash with Shell Mario[edit]

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The Shell Dash is just an ability gained from the Blue Shell power-up. I think this doesn't deserve its own article, and should be mentioned in the Shell Mario article.

Proposer: ThirdMarioBro (talk)
Deadline: June 23, 2011, 23:59 GMT


  1. ThirdMarioBro (talk) Per proposal.
  2. superfiremario (talk) The article is so small, it should be merged.


  1. Yoshiwaker (talk) - Supernova Is just an ability gained from the Crystal Star, should we merge it? No; a move is important enough to merit its own article.
  2. Xzelion (talk) – Per Yoshiwaker.
  3. UltraMario3000 (talk) Per YW.
  4. Reddragon19k (talk) No way! Per YW!
  5. Goomba's Shoe15 (talk) per YW
  6. Magikrazy51 (talk) We wouldn't merge Propeller Lift with Propeller Mario. Never mind, per all.
  7. Bop1996 (talk) Per Yoshiwaker.
  8. Mario4Ever (talk) Per all.
  9. Bowser's luma (talk) Per Yoshiwaker and what Magikrazy strikthroughed.
  10. Mario Bros.! (talk) Per all!!!!!!
  11. DKPetey99 (talk) Jump is a move from all of Mario's power-ups. Should that be merged? No. Per all.


Crystal Star technically isn't a power-up, but the Blue Shell in NSMB is. There's a difference, and that makes merging this specific article a different situation. ThirdMarioBro (talk)

Irrelevant, the analogy is close enough to apply, the point made still comes across. Bop1996 (Talk)


Is it ever actually specifically referred to this when used in NSMB and SM3DW, or is this conjectural? Peanutjon (talk) 16:12, 9 June 2014 (EDT)