User:Keyblade Master

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“May your heart be your guiding key”
Master of masters, Kingdom Hearts series
Artwork of a Bros. Attack from Mario & Luigi: Dream Team

Brief introduction My name IRL is Max, I am 23 years old and I live in England. My birthday is November 5th.

Super Mario is tied with Kingdom Hearts for my favorite game franchise.

The Nintendo Gamecube was my first ever console, and my first Mario game was Mario Kart: Double Dash. As of now, the Nintendo consoles I own are a 3DS, Wii U and Switch, and I still have my Gamecube.

The only Mario games I really play (thus ones I contribute to on here the most) are the mainstream Super Mario series, the RPGs, the Luigi's Mansion series, and the Donkey Kong Country series. (even though I used to play the Mario Kart series but don't anymore).

I created this account and started editing on this wiki on March 9th 2019, although I was browsing around on here for a few years until then. I became a patroller on April 25th 2021. The main reason I edit on this wiki is because I actually like doing it. I also try my best to help repel vandalism/counterproductive edits and go through this wiki's guidelines with people who would need it. I am active on here every day at the moment.

I also want to note that I don't play games on emulators, nor do I hack games or delve into game files, so I'm afraid I can't help with that sort of thing. Any information relating to amiibo is also out since I don't buy amiibo.

As far as providing screenshots for games, right now I can only provide screenshots for Switch games via the photo option. Therefore, any game screenshots I upload for a Switch game are taken directly from my copy of the game. I'd have to take screenshots from YouTube for anything else.

As stated above, I live in England. I know this Wiki prioritises what happens with North American versions of games such as with titles (e.g. "Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon" instead of "Luigi's Mansion 2"), so there may be regional differences in games that I am not familiar with. Just bear with me on that. Luckily, most modern games seem to be getting rid of regional differences.