Tostarenan

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Tostarenan
SMO Tostarenans.jpg
Two Tostarenans
First appearance Super Mario Odyssey (2017)
Derived species
Chincho
Notable members
Desert Wanderer
Mario next to a Tostarenan

The Tostarenans are the inhabitants of the region of Tostarena within the Sand Kingdom of Super Mario Odyssey. They are skeletal beings that dress in traditional Mexican-style clothing, including sombreros and ponchos, and often play such instruments as maracas and guitars. They are based off of skull-shaped traditional figures and candies made during El Día de Muertos, also known as "Day of the Dead".

The Tostarenans run a slot game that can be played to win coins, Life-Up Hearts, and Power Moons. These Tostarenan-ran slot games can be found in the Sand Kingdom, Metro Kingdom and Luncheon Kingdom.

At the game's finale, in the Moon Kingdom, a few Tostarenans can be found in attendance of the wedding between Bowser and Princess Peach. They comment on how they were brought forcefully. After beating the game, they can be found at the entrance of the Moon Kingdom near the Odyssey, and in the start of Darker Side. A notable Tostarenan known as the Desert Wanderer is seen traveling to other kingdoms with a New Donker and his Taxi.

Chinchos are undead blue Tostarenans, despite Tostarenans already being skeletal.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Soltitleco From Soltitlán (the Spanish name of Tostarena)
French Zuituzec Corruption of J'suis tout sec ("I'm all dry")
Dutch Zonnesteker Sunstroker
Russian Тостаренец
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