The 'Shroom:Issue LXXIII/Fake News
Huh? What are you doing here?
Expecting the Fake News? TOO BAD, WALUIGI TIME!
YES, THIS IS NOW THE WALUIGI NEWS.
Sorry, let's get back to the Fake News, which is what we're really doing. That was a late and hilarious April Fools joke. Are you not laughing?
Today we bid Tucayo (talk) goodbye, as he leaves Ask Tucayo, and McZaky29 (talk) as well, as he resigns from the Fake Sport section. It's a real shame to see the two of them go, but don't fret. Tucayo has a successor, whom you will find out at the very end of his section! And we've also gained another writer in Goomba (talk), who now writes for the Fake Shop section.
Now to the matter of the Section of the Month. March's winner was Koohitsu's Monthly Inquisition, with a huge 67 votes! Yoshi K's game corner came second, followed by Pyro's Travel Guide, but congratulations to everyone!
So, that's about it. I'd really suggest you check out Ask Tucayo at the end, though. It's his last one, and he also reveals all...about his successor. Either way, enjoy!
After escaping that pyramid by blowing it up, I was arrested for exploding a national park and sentanced to one minute in prison. MCD broke me out for two coins, because that's how much my life as a tourist is worth.
We all need a vacation, right? In fact, we need a vacation from the Mario universe! So I present to you...Mustard Mountain!
Found in the Mirror World, Mustard Mountain is an active volcano spouting with lava...err, life. The many lava geysers never cease to amaze, or at least until some idiot knocks the giant Stone Blocks over, closing them off. Like many stereotypical video game volcanoes and my very own mafia game, this volcano is filled with TREASURE. But oddly, the treasure is more like bouts of spray paint and fried chicken drumsticks.
The lava pools are very relaxing and can be a hot spring for people in very protective gear. Another attraction is the monthly Mustard Mountain Manly Mountain Ascent, with the A word added at the end to ruin the added alliterative appeal. People can sign up to see who can climb up the mountain first and claim the Maxim Tomato at the top. Of course, Kirby always wins by floating up to the top, and most others die in the lava or get lost. Fun event.
The local hotel is Bronto Burt's Brilliant Hotel, once again ruining alliterative appeal at the end. This hotel is special as it guarentees you'll be hit by a Bronto Burt eventually. Prices are 10(*)*)*JHFJ per night. No, I most certainly did not come up with a fake currency by smashing the keyboard and holding down the SHIFT key.
All meals are on the house at "Waddle Dee's Wonderful I'm Getting Sick of this Alliterative Stuff Diner". Main meals are fried Roly Polies, Maxim Tomatos, chicken drumsticks, lava soup, French Canada fries, Cake Mix, and Camtasia Studio. I went with the Cake Mix with a side of cherries. Yes, the eatery is great, not horrible~
^ That "~" was not me missing the "!" key on the laptop keyboard, nope.
So yeah. Go to Mustard Mountain, don't look at my arrest records, and don't listen to MC Hammer. Good night.
Hello! Welcome back to the next edition of Gamer Guide. Hosted by yours truly, Yoshi K.
This month we have another new game, which is a sequel :D
Mario Party 9 2 is the sequel to Mario Party 9. In order to satisfy all gamers, Faketendo has decided to use the traditional game board format for Mario Party 10 and beyond, but has created this spinoff series (maybe we should just call a spinoff of a spinoff a dizzyoff, it makes me dizzy just thinking about it.)!
Mario Party 9 2 is a great game for those who liked MP9. (But for those of you who didn't it's basically the same as it, so don't buy it)
That's right folks! Faketendo has failed to get any new consumers with this MP9 clone! Since it's a clone of Mario Party 9, the best way to explain the gameplay is to play Mario Party 9! (Then again there's no point in buying it if you've played that)
God, these games that are coming out these days are so ridiculous, heck, the readers must think I'm writing about games that don't even exist!
Well, see you next month with another issue of Gamer Guide!
Hello, my dear friends. It's your always
1. King Boo's Dark Moon Breakdown
Professor Elvin Gadd was peacefully working in his lab in Evershade Valley. The Greenies were peacefully helping him. That was, until King Boo came and shattered the Dark Moon with a lightning bolt from his crown. The Greenies turned hostile and destroyed E. Gadd's lab. We from Koopatrol Patrol Inc. are currently looking for King Boo.
Well, that's all, folks. Now, if you will excuse me, I have to wax my 'stache. See you all next month at the same spot of Police Blotter.
Found in the western edge of the lovely city of Rogueport, Westside Goods is a small, but amazing shop run by Peeka, one of Don Pianta's right hand men (or women in this case). Here, you can find several helpful items at a guaranteed low, low price! Here's a short summary of the items on sale;
Life Shroom; Feeling like you're literally about to die? Pick one of these up, and you'll be up and alert in no time at all! Cost; 50 coins.
And that is it for the great stock at Westside Goods. More information about other shops in other areas (or even dimensions) coming up in the next issue. This has been Goomba, signing out!
HI, beautiful readers! I'm your departing counselor, Tucayo, bringing you one last issue of Ask Tucayo! In case you didn't read the previous installment, I will be ending Ask Tucayo this month, to focus on other projects. But don't cry for me (ok, who am I kidding, no one is crying, but anyway), for I have an announcement you'll certainly enjoy. But first, you'll have to read through the questions once again; let's go!