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Hello! I'm Owencrazyboy9. I'm part of the Super Mario Wiki and edit pages when they're lacking one way or another. I even create pages that aren't even created yet and play a lot of video games.

Things on this Wiki Likely to Make Me Annoyed

  • Edit conflicts. Most people hate them. If one happens, except me to get confused and grumble.
  • "This edit has already been undone." Similar scenario to edit conflicts, but this time reverting someone else's edits.
    • This is not the case if I reported a particular offender using the Staff noticeboard feature. If that happens, then it's an instant relief card because I know full well that guy won't be around to cause trouble for quite some time.
  • Undid edit by [name of user]. It depends. Some people accept the loss, others who actually have a reason for the original edit, like me, can get FURIOUS if situations like that happen.
  • Getting a warning or last warning. Once again, it depends.
  • Users who actually still do the things they keep getting reminded of. Thankfully, if that happens, I know for a fact that someone else will step in to take care of it; whether it's issuing a reminder or blocking for a short, long or indefinite time.
    • Any time my reasonable edits are immediately followed up with one of two possible results: either the very next edit after mine is vandalism (like what happened on the Professor E. Gadd article) or the very next edit undoes my perfectly fine edit for no reason or a pathetic excuse (e.g. the Boss Rush example below). If that happens, expect me to return to that page and edit it with a perfectly fine edit yet again (after literally finding anything wrong with it that needs fixing). That also explains the "Grr!" or the huge amount of periods before the actual edit summaries in question.
      • Even more so if the next edit happens right after I publish my edit, like what happened with the July 6th edits for the Builder Mario page. "SERIOUSLY?!" indeed.
        • And then there's users who intentionally vandalize and add an overload of swearing as a result. One such instance of one of those edits immediately following mine was on the Koopa Kid page. In fact, for the edit summary I was about to put "WHAT SORT OF--" then add the actual reasoning afterward, in a manner not unlike Larry when he's given a Steak cooked with Replicas in Paper Mario: Color Splash, but I chose not to, probably because I didn't want to get in trouble for those kinds of summaries again.
  • People who undo my edits with an absolutely pathetic excuse. For example, on the page detailing Boss Rush from Mario Party 9 before it was merged into the main article, one user added some unnecessary info, in this case, the fact that a minigame is named differently in the British release. I removed it with my reasoning being as follows: "Should just be better off mentioned on the minigame page; which it already is. Besides, American names have priority over European names anyway." But, he undid that edit without even looking at my reasoning and randomly claiming "It has to be there, so European people will like it." Yeah, not buying that poor excuse of a counter. If that happens, expect me to behind my computer screen get mildly annoyed, irritated, frustrated, ANGRY LIKE ANYTHING ELSE or, y'know, a mixture of those. In sort, don't let that happen.
  • Getting blocked. Obviously, no one wants that to happen to them. If it does, don't attempt to try to cheat the system, because it's not going to go well (e.g. try to sockpuppet after getting blocked once and the block gets extended; do it again and say goodbye to editing the wiki).

My Mario-Related Video Games

Games I've Owned Console Additional Notes
Super Mario 64 Nintendo 64 I downloaded the Wii version and purchased the DS remake in a store
Mario Kart: Super Circuit Game Boy Advance None
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$! Game Boy Advance Known as WarioWare, Inc.: Minigame Mania in British English. I downloaded it on the Wii U Virtual Console.
Mario Party 4 Nintendo Gamecube Bought at a pawn shop
Mario Party 7 Nintendo Gamecube A friend of mine let me keep it
Mario Kart DS Nintendo DS None
WarioWare: D.I.Y. Nintendo DS Purchased at a flea market
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Nintendo DS Currently own 3 copies of the game
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Nintendo DS None
Diddy Kong Racing DS Nintendo DS None
New Super Mario Bros. Nintendo DS None
Mario Kart Wii Nintendo Wii None
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Nintendo Wii None
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games Nintendo Wii None
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Nintendo Wii None
Mario Party 8 Nintendo Wii None
Mario Party 9 Nintendo Wii None
Donkey Kong Country Returns Nintendo Wii None
Super Mario 3D Land Nintendo 3DS None
Mario Kart 7 Nintendo 3DS None
New Super Mario Bros. 2 Nintendo 3DS None
Yoshi's New Island Nintendo 3DS None
Mario Party: Island Tour Nintendo 3DS None
Paper Mario: Sticker Star Nintendo 3DS None
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D Nintendo 3DS None
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Nintendo 3DS (obviously) None
Ultimate NES Remix Nintendo 3DS None
New Super Mario Bros. U Nintendo Wii U None
Nintendo Land Nintendo Wii U None
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Nintendo Wii U (obviously) None
Super Mario 3D World Nintendo Wii U None
Mario Kart 8 Nintendo Wii U None
Mario Party 10 Nintendo Wii U None
Game & Wario Nintendo Wii U None
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Nintendo Wii U None
NES Remix Pack Nintendo Wii U Contains NES Remix 1 and 2
Yoshi's Woolly World Nintendo Wii U Right now, I haven't started the game yet
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Cleared Road to Rio and unlocked everyone except Roy, Rouge and Jet on the 3DS, unlocked Rosalina, Zazz and Wave on the Wii U
Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Nintendo Wii U Got on my birthday. Haven't started Legends Showdown yet.
Mario Party: Star Rush Nintendo 3DS Maxed out Party Level, unlocked all characters, unlocked all modes, unlocked all minigames, completed most of the Character Museum (one more to go). Haven't unlocked extra background in Boo's Block Party.
Paper Mario: Colour Splash Nintendo Wii U Got past Bloo Bay Beach.
Mario Sports Superstars Nintendo 3DS Really only interested in Tennis and Golf, with me dabbling in on some of the other sports occasionally.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Nintendo Switch Cleared every level in Episode 1; except Stage 15 and 18.
Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Beaten the main story; unlocked the Dark Side of the Moon and have around 400-ish Power Moons.
WarioWare: Touched! Nintendo DS I downloaded it on the Wii U Virtual Console.
WarioWare: Smooth Moves Nintendo Wii I downloaded it on the Wii U. Completed every character's main story and unlocked all of the extras (not counting microgames).
Super Mario Party Nintendo Switch Cleared every difficulty in Sound Stage and obtained the Gem of Spirit.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch Unlocked Ness, Jigglypuff (through Classic Mode) and Marth (through World of Light).

Pages I've Created


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  • Coin Chaos Minigames

Coding for Vaporized Templates

NSMB Level Coding

If you want to use this coding for your own userpage, here you go!

NSMB Level Coding

Appeared in: Game appeared in
Star Coin 1: The location of the first star coin
Star Coin 2: The location of the second star coin
Star Coin 3: The location of the third star coin
Main Rooms: If you went straight through this level from beginning to end, the number of times the screen would have to reload (such as going through a Warp Pipe)
Secret Rooms: Number of rooms that aren't necessary, such as those which jus contain a Star Coin or Roulette Block.
Time Limit: How much time you have for the level
Hidden Exit: How to get to a Hidden Exit for the level
Notes: Regional differences
Boss: Boss of level

Simple Notice Template for User Pages


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Other Wikis I Edit Occasionally

Sometimes I edit other Nintendo-focused wikis in my spare time. These are the links to the other accounts. Right now, the only site I go on much more than the MarioWiki or SmashWiki now is WiKirby.

Owencrazyboy9 across NIWA
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