User:TheUndescribableGhost/Examples of characters being merged with their species

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The purpose of this sandbox is to show what would happen if we were to merge certain species representatives into their own articles.


The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

“It's them! Princess Toadstool and those two faucet freaks. C'mon, Flaky. Let's tell King Koopa so we can put 'em on ice for good.”
Flurry, "The Bird! The Bird!"
Two Flurries from The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episode, "The Bird! The Bird!".
A Flurry, alongside Flaky from The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!

Some Flurries occasionally appear in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!. Flurries appeared only in episodes that are set in snowy environments: the Land of Ice in "The Bird! The Bird!", the North Pole from "Koopa Klaus", and the Thirteen Mushroom Colonies in "The Koopas are Coming! The Koopas are Coming!" Unlike in the game, some of them have arms. A individual Flurry named Flaky makes an appearance in "The Bird! The Bird!" where they and another Flurry spy on Mario, Luigi, and Toadstool.


Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story / Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey

“And so we hereby present an invigorating and inspiring dance of utter joy and happiness...”
Jerry, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
Magikoopas trapped in a cage

In Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story, Bowser saves a group of imprisoned Magikoopas (one of whom is named Jerry) inside a cage in Princess Peach's ruined castle. After he rescues them, they'll teach Bowser a Special Attack called Magikoopa Mob, where he throws fireballs to the Magikoopa's wands to power their blasts towards the enemy. There are also enemy Magikoopas which resemble Fawful called Magifoofas. There is also a Magikoopa that helps Bowser after the player defeats him the first time (he also teaches him the punch and flame), and tells Bowser about the package Princess Peach sends.

In the game's remake, Magikoopas reprise their role as supporting protagonists in the main game, while Kamek, White Magikoopas, Green Magikoopas, and Red Magikoopas appear as playable allies in the game's side story featuring Bowser Jr.. In addition, the same side story reveals that Kamek was the Magikoopa that helped Bowser after being defeated by Mario the first time.

Toad (species)

The Super Mario Bros. Movie

Chanterelle in The Super Mario Bros. Movie
This section is about the character in The Super Mario Bros. Movie. For the Paper Mario character, see Pop Diva.
Peach's Toad subjects acting cute.
Toads in The Super Mario Bros. Movie

Toads appear in The Super Mario Bros. Movie as the inhabitants of the Mushroom Kingdom. Like their game counterparts, they are very timid. When Peach rallies them to stop Bowser, a Yellow Toad protests that they're too adorable to stand a chance. The marks the debut of the Toad General and a Purple Toad by the name of Chanterelle who is briefly greeted by Toad. They reply, "Morning!" to which Toad replies, "Nice to see you, bud." [1]


  1. ^ Illumination (December 8, 2022). The Super Mario Bros. Movie | “Mushroom Kingdom” | Official Movie Clip. YouTube. Retrieved December 10, 2022.