Three Beautiful Sisters

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The Three Beautiful Sisters are three Toad sisters living in Toad Town during the events of Paper Mario. They are always seen standing next to the Toad Town Dojo. Fitting to their moniker, they are very vain and constantly worry about fashion items like boots and makeup. While their role in the game is very minor, at least one of them takes part in the optional Letters sidequest. Mario and Parakarry must deliver a letter from Mr. E to the middle sister Miss T., who doesn't even know who the sender is. Since she doesn't open the Letter, believing it to be another love letter from a stranger (of which she receives a lot), the contents of the Letter remain unknown. After this, Miss T. will ask Parakarry to deliver a letter to the owner of the Little Mouser's Shop, where she is the most regular customer and orders various beauty products.

Tattle[edit]

Kris T., Miss T., and Felissa T.
Kris T.
She is the oldest of these three Toad sisters. Apparently, they call themselves the "Three Beautiful Sisters." I personally don't think they're that attractive, but I guess for Toads, they are. Goombas and Toads think about beauty in different ways, I guess. What do you think, Mario?
Miss T.
She is the second oldest of these three Toad sisters. Apparently, they call themselves the "Three Beautiful Sisters." She obviously works pretty hard with makeup to look gorgeous. I guess... kind of cute... What do you think, Mario?
Felissa T.
She is the youngest of these three Toad sisters. Apparently, they call themselves the "Three Beautiful Sisters." She says she's cute. I definitely think she's the cutest of the three.

Trivia[edit]

  • The sisters names are all puns on actual names, which are Felicity, Misty and Kristy. None of their names are revealed by Goombario's Tattle. Felissa T. occasionally mentions her name, Miss T.'s name is revealed during the Letter sidequest and Kris T.'s name is revealed if she's spoken to during the intermission between Chapters 4 and 5.
  • They are similar to The Traveling Sisters Three in the game's successor, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.