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To-Do List: Power Shot
Offensive Power Shot
Defensive Power Shot
Fix Power Shot articles and images.
Grass Court and other tennis courts

{{articleabout|the Power Shots that appear in the ''Mario Tennis'' series|the Power Shots that appear in ''[[Mario Superstar Baseball]]''|[[Power Shot (Mario Superstar Baseball)|here]]}} '''Power Shots''' are special moves that appears in two games in the [[Mario Tennis (series)|''Mario Tennis'' series]], being ''[[Mario Power Tennis]]'' and it's successor, ''[[Mario Tennis: Power Tour]]''. There are two different types of Power Shots, [[Offensive Power Shot]]s and [[Defensive Power Shot]]s, both are which can be activated by filling the power gauge and either pressing a certain button or automatically, depending on the player's controls. Every character that can use Power Shots, with the exception of [[Clay]] and [[Ace]], has one Offensive Power Shot and one Defensive Power Shot assigned to them. Most Offensive Power Shots have unique effects, such as slowing down opponents or knocking them back. Defensive Power Shots are used to reach far away balls that could not otherwise be reached. Defensive Power Shots do not have special effects, however they can stop the effects of Offensive Power Shots. Power Shots are later replaced by [[Chance Shot]]s in ''[[Mario Tennis Open]]'' and ''[[Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash]]''. ==''Mario Power Tennis''== There a total of 36 Power Shots in ''[[Mario Power Tennis]]'', which consists of 18 [[Offensive Power Shot]]s and 18 [[Defensive Power Shot]]s. {| width=750px border=1 style="text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;background:white; margin: 0 auto;" |- bgcolor=#dedede !Name !Image !Type !Character |- |[[Iron Hammer]] |[[File:Iron Hammer - Mario Power Tennis.png|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Mario]] |- |[[Squeaky Mallet]] |[[File:MPT SqueakyMallet.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Luigi]] |- |[[Super Peach Spin]] |[[File:Peach offensive shot.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Princess Peach]] |- |[[Wonder Flower]] |[[File:FLOWERPOWERSEVE.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Princess Daisy]] |- |[[Thunder Cast Shot]] |[[File:Thunder Cast Shot.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Wario]] |- |[[Whirluigi]] |[[File:Whirluigi2.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Waluigi]] |- |[[Fire Breath#Mario Power Tennis|Fire Breath]] |[[File:MPT FireBreath.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Bowser]] |- |[[Magic Paint]] |[[File:Magic Paint2.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Bowser Jr.]] |- |[[Barrel Cannon Blast]] |[[File:MPT BarrelCannonBlast.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Donkey Kong]] |- |[[Acrobatic Banana]] |[[File:Acrobatic Banana.PNG|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Diddy Kong]] |- |[[Rainbow Flutter]] |[[File:YOSHIPOWER.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Yoshi]] |- |[[Water Bomb]] |[[File:MPT WaterBomb.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Koopa Troopa]] |- |[[Boo Blast (Power Shot)|Boo Blast]] |[[File:Booblast.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Boo]] |- |[[Lightning Spear]] |[[File:Lightning Spear.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Shy Guy]] |- |[[Tornado Twist]] |[[File:Tornado Twist.PNG|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Fly Guy]] |- |[[Energy Ball]] |[[File:Energy Ball.PNG|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Koopa Paratroopa]] |- |[[Anger Management]] |[[File:WigglerTennis.jpg|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Wiggler]] |- |[[Sludge Racket]] |[[File:Sludge Racket.PNG|250px]] |[[Offensive Power Shot]] |[[Petey Piranha]] |- |[[Spin Jump Return]] |[[File:Spin Jump Return.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Mario]] |- |[[Poltergust Return]] |[[File:Luigi return.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Luigi]] |- |[[Sweet Kiss Return]] |[[File:Peach_defensive_shot.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Princess Peach]] |- |[[Flowerbed Return]] |[[File:Daisy-to-defensive.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Princess Daisy]] |- |[[Ultra-Hand Return]] |[[File:Wario return.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Wario]] |- |[[Swimming Return]] |[[File:MPT SwimmingReturn.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Waluigi]] |- |[[Spinning Shell Dash]] |[[File:Spinning Shell Dash.PNG|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Bowser]] |- |[[Rolling Brush Return]] |[[File:Rolling Brush Return.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Bowser Jr.]] |- |[[Barrel Cannon Blast]] |[[File:MPT BarrelCannonBlast.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Donkey Kong]] |- |[[Acrobatic Banana]] |[[File:Acrobatic Banana.PNG|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Diddy Kong]] |- |[[Rainbow Flutter]] |[[File:YOSHIPOWER.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Yoshi]] |- |[[Water Bomb]] |[[File:MPT WaterBomb.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Koopa Troopa]] |- |[[Boo Blast (Power Shot)|Boo Blast]] |[[File:Booblast.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Boo]] |- |[[Lightning Spear]] |[[File:Lightning Spear.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Shy Guy]] |- |[[Tornado Twist]] |[[File:Tornado Twist.PNG|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Fly Guy]] |- |[[Energy Ball]] |[[File:Energy Ball.PNG|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Koopa Paratroopa]] |- |[[Anger Management]] |[[File:WigglerTennis.jpg|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Wiggler]] |- |[[Sludge Racket]] |[[File:Sludge Racket.PNG|250px]] |[[Defensive Power Shot]] |[[Petey Piranha]] |} ==''Mario Tennis: Power Tour''== There are 44 [[Power Shot]]s in ''Mario Tennis: Power Tour''. [[Clay]] and [[Ace]] can use 32 of these Power Shots, which they must unlock by reaching certain levels in the PS [[Minigame]]s. {| width=750px border=1 style="text-align:center; border-collapse:collapse;background:white; margin: 0 auto;" |- bgcolor=#dedede !Name !Image !Type !Unlock Conditions !Description |- |[[Power Shot (Offensive Power Shot)|Power Shot]] |[[File:PowerShot.PNG|100px]] |Offensive |L1 Muscle |A powerful shot that sends opponents flying. |- |[[High-Power Shot]] |[[File:High-Power Shot.PNG|100px]] |Offensive |L3 Muscle |An intense Power Shot with a little added oomph. |- |[[Curve Shot]] |[[File:CurveShot.PNG|100px]] |Offensive |L1 Spin |A curving shot that sends opponents reeling. |- |[[Slider Shot]] |[[File:Slider Shot.PNG|100px]] |Offensive |L3 Spin |A powerful Curve Shot with an even tighter curve. |- |[[Control Shot]] |[[File:Control Shot.PNG|100px]] |Offensive |L1 Balance |A commanding shot that sends the ball right into the corner. |- |[[Flashflop Shot]] |[[File:FlashflopShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L3 Balance |A drop shot that uses a bright light to blind opponents. |- |[[Tackle Shot]] |[[File:TackleShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L1 Body |An aggresive shot that tackles the ball and sends foes flying |- |[[Stunner Shot]] |[[File:StunnerShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L3 Body |A shot that stuns foes with a ball masked as a giant fist. |- |[[Flying Shot]] |[[File:Flying Shot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L4 Muscle + L2 Jump |A powerful shot that blows foes away with a flame-cloaked ball. |- |[[Gyro Shot]] |[[File:GyroShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L5 Spin + L2 Balance |A speedy lob shot that spins fiercely, like a top. |- |[[Dragon Shot]] |[[File:DragonShot2.png|100px]] |Offensive |L5 Muscle + L2 Body |A powerful shot that pounds foes with a dragon-flame fueled ball. |- |[[Sonic Shot]] |[[File:SonicShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L6 Spin + L4 ESP |A shot that stuns opponents with a dazzling melody. |- |[[Blizzard Shot]] |[[File:BlizzardShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L6 Speed + L6 Response + L7 Spin |A shot that freezes opponents in a bitter-cold flurry. |- |[[Summoner Shot]] |[[File:Summoner Shot (Charging).png|100px]] |Offensive |L7 Muscle + L7 Response + L5 Balance |A shot that confuses opponents with a magic circle. |- |[[Specter Shot]] |[[File:MTPT Specter Shot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L8 Spin + L6 Balance + L6 ESP |A spooky shot that will leave foes paralyzed with fear. |- |[[Volcano Shot]] |[[File:VolcanoShot.png|100px]] |Offensive |L10 Jump + L10 Muscle + L10 Balance + L10 Body |The ultimate lob shot. Ride a pillar of fire! |- |[[Running Save]] |[[File:RunningSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L1 Speed |A save that can save the ball from a short distance away. |- |[[Superswift Save]] |[[File:SuperswiftSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L3 Speed |An enhanced Running Save that can reach distant balls. |- |[[Lunging Save]] |[[File:LungingSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L1 Jump |A save that allows you to jump into the air to return high balls. |- |[[High-Jump Save]] |[[File:High-JumpSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L3 Jump |A powerful Lunging Save that can reach balls higher up. |- |[[Quick Save]] |[[File:Quick Save.png|100px]] |Defensive |L1 Response |A save which increases response after returning the ball. |- |[[Quick-Step Save]] |[[File:Quick-StepSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L3 Response |A powerful Quick Save that increases response even more. |- |[[Hand-Power Save]] |[[File:Hand-Power Save.png|100px]] |Defensive |L1 ESP |A save that brings in balls from far away using hand power. |- |[[Psychic Save]] |[[File:PyschicSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L4 ESP |A powerful Hand Save that reaches even farther. |- |[[Typhoon Save]] |[[File:TyphoonSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L4 Jump + L2 Spin |A spinning save that creates a tornado to return the ball with. |- |[[Bubble Save]] |[[File:BubbleSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L4 Spin + L3 Speed |Blow bubbles to bring the ball in close enough to save. |- |[[Illusory Save]] |[[File:Illusory Save.png|100px]] |Defensive |L5 Speed + L4 Response |Save the ball with an illusion that spreads out either side. |- |[[Spider Save]] |[[File:SpiderSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L5 Response + L4 Balance |Use a spiderweb to bring the ball in. |- |[[Falcon-Dive Save]] |[[File:FalconSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L5 Response + L5 ESP |Move at high speed, and save the ball with your afterimage. |- |[[Shark-Bite Save]] |[[File:MTPT Shark-Bite Save.png|100px]] |Defensive |L8 Speed + L8 Response + L4 Body |Turn into a shark and bite down on the ball. |- |[[Shooting-Star Save]] |[[File:MTPT Shooting-Star Save.png|100px]] |Defensive |L10 Response + L10 Jump + L9 ESP |Ride a shooting star down from the sky to lob the ball back. |- |[[Rainbow Save]] |[[File:RainbowSave.png|100px]] |Defensive |L10 Speed + L10 ESP + L10 Spin + L8 Balance |Suck the ball in with a beam of light and return it with a drop. |} {{BoxTop}} {{MPT}} {{MTPT}} [[Category:Special Moves]] [[Category:Sport Moves]] [[Category:Mario Power Tennis Power Shots]] [[Category:Mario Tennis: Power Tour Power Shots]]


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Character Guideline Inclusion for New Articles Policy

Seeing as we've had a numerous amount of proposals concerning splitting or merging pages, not just now but over the lifelong course of the wiki, I think that it's time that we should make some small guidelines to what pages should and shouldn't exist regarding characters. This would go in the New Articles Policy. The following should enter the page, however without the examples I have put in, and likely better grammar and wording. The examples are there for your understanding.

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If the character is unintended to be distinguished as their real character, for a long period of time, than they deserve an article. (Shadow Mario, Mr. Pipe) If they are the same character simply in a disguise and revealed early in the game, then it is merged, (The Goodwill Ambassador) Unless it involves characterstic changes, such as a different personality. (Mr. L, Rookie) If a character appears as a separate form that isn't a mere power-up and displays a different personality, they deserve an article. (Metal Mario (character), Dr. Mario) If the character comes from a different point in time to the other character it's based off, it gets an article. (Baby Mario) Different versions of characters in RPG games (such as "X" or "R" versions) receive their own articles. (Shy Guy Airtub R)Also, be aware of page traffic. If people are going to look up something, a redirect will not help, and just because they have a spot in a roster doesn't particularly mean that they deserve an article.

Gold Links

{{Golf Course |title=Gold Links |image=[[File:GoldLinks.jpg|275px]] |area= |unlock=Available Initially |holes=9 |par=36 |appearance=''[[Mario Sports Superstars]]'' |scorecard= |}} '''Gold Links''' is a golf course in ''[[Mario Sports Superstars]]''. As its name suggests, the course is a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Links_(golf)links links]-style course, like the [[Links]] course from ''[[Mario Golf (GBC)|Mario Golf]]'' on the [[Game Boy Color]] and ''[[Mario Golf: Advance Tour]]'' on the [[Game Boy Advance]]. The course features [[Fast Fairway]]s, [[Heath]], [[Bunkers]] and occasionally buildings. The course is used in the [[Flower Cup]]. {{br}} ==Holes== {| width=100% border=1 style="text-align:center; background:white; margin: 0 auto;" |- bgcolor=#dedede !width="8%"|Hole !width="20%"|Image !width="8%"|Par !width="8%"|Front Tee !width="8%"|Back Tee !width="8%"|Tournament Tee !width="40%"|Description |- |Hole 1 |[[File:GoldLinks1.jpg|200px]] |Par 4 |386 yards |423 yards |454 yards |A straight hole that features two fast fairways, two bunkers and heath surrounding the left side of the course. |- |Hole 2 |[[File:GoldLinks2.jpg|200px]] |Par 4 |378 yards |399 yards |423 yards |A hole that curves to the left with heath surrounding both sides of the course and has four bunkers on the [[fairway]] and two near the [[green]] along with two fast fairways. |- |Hole 3 |[[File:GoldLinks3.jpg|200px]] |Par 3 |208 yards |220 yards |236 yards |A short hole with four bunkers behind the green and a single fast fairway. |- |Hole 4 |[[File:GoldLinks4.jpg|200px]] |Par 5 |491 yards |519 yards |549 yards |A longer hole that curves slightly to the left with six round bunkers throughout the fairway, a long singular strip of fast fairway and numerous heath patches. |- |Hole 5 |[[File:GoldLinks5.jpg|200px]] |Par 4 |364 yards |397 yards |417 yards |A hole that curves slightly to the right and has a long strip of fast fairway, two bunkers on the normal fairway and two more bunkers in front of the green, surrounded on both sides by heath. |- |Hole 6 |[[File:GoldLinks6.jpg|200px]] |Par 4 |335 yards |366 yards |396 yards |A straight hole that splits the fairway and has a gap between the green and fairway with heath. Contains many bunkers and a fast fairway. |- |Hole 7 |[[File:GoldLinks7.jpg|200px]] |Par 4 |397 yards |429 yards |436 yards |A hole with a river splitting the fairway in the middle and a fast fairway on each section of the fairway. Contains one bunker on the fairway and two near the green. |- |Hole 8 |[[File:GoldLinks8.jpg|200px]] |Par 5 |534 yards |563 yards |592 yards |A long hole that curves in an "S" shape and goes around multiple buildings on the left side of the fairway and later Heath to the right of the fairway. Contains four fast fairways. |- |Hole 9 |[[File:GoldLinks9.jpg|200px]] |Par 3 |173 yards |185 yards |192 yards |A short hole with the green curving around behind a large circular bunker. |} {{BoxTop}} {{Mario Sports Superstars}} [[Category:Golf Courses]] [[Category:Mario Sports Superstars]]