Ultimate L Zone
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And I do mean risk.
|Ultimate Mr. L|
|Real Name: It starts with an L...|
|Age: It's a 2-digit number...|
|Home: Somewhere on Planet Earth... Maybe...|
|Favorite Game: Super Paper Mario/Super Mario Galaxy/Super Mario Odyssey|
|Least Favorite Game: Paper Mario: Sticker Star|
|Favorite Non-Mario Game: Undertale|
|Favorite Characters: Luigi, Mr. L, Dimentio, Fawful, etc...|
|Least Favorite Characters: Waluigi, Toadette, Pink Gold Peach, Francis, etc...|
|Ultimate Mr. L's Super Cool and Interesting Extremely Tall Tower of Boxes that Defines Him and His Opinions As A Person and All the Things He Likes and Whatnot|
Ultimate Mr. L, also called The Black Lightning, is an evil clone of Luigi created when Bowser invented a cloning machine, hoping to make an army of Bowsers. However, he ended up zapping Luigi, creating a new Mr. L with power over electricity and machinery. This creation became known a Ultimate Mr. L. His current whereabouts are unknown, but he has been rumored to be hiding out on the Super Mario Wiki, making edits to articles in the Super Paper Mario category and acting mild mannered and business-like on Talk Pages to avoid suspicion.
In the real world, Ultimate Mr. L is the name of a User on the Super Mario Wiki who is obsessed with Mario and hopes to contributes as much as he can. Ultimate Mr. L as a Mario villain doesn't actually exist, so don't bother searching for him. The real Ultimate Mr. L is a huge fan of the Mario franchise and enjoys recording information about it and making up his own games about Mario (even though he can't actually make them). He hopes to one day establish contact with Nintendo and ask them about his made-up games and his theories. He strongly (or maybe just stubbornly) believes that King Boo and Bowser are one and the same (there's a surprising amount of evidence) and that Bowser Jr. is actually a clone of Bowser, with the Koopalings being prototypes.
I have been obsessed with Mario since I was 6 years old. My earliest memory of him is watching my mom play Super Mario Bros. on Wii Virtual Console when I was 2 years old. Some of my favorite pastimes are playing Mario on any system and making up my own Mario games and typing them up, as well as typing up info about existing Mario games (I started that before I found the Super Mario Wiki). I found the Super Mario Wiki several years ago, but didn't visit it regularly for a while and didn't join until even later. I won't be taking friend requests because I like to have met someone in person, not just in Cyberspace. So if I turn down a friend request, don't take it personally. I also won't give out my real name, age, address, etc.
I'd rather not tell you what I look like. Sorry, it's just that I grew up with the Golden Rule of "Never put your information out on the Internet."
Powers and Abilities
I have a very active mind, mostly used for thinking about Mario, books (mostly fantasy), the novel series I am writing, and such. I'm about average at most school subjects, except history.
I'm obsessed with Mario and very nerdy. Though Mario is my passion, there are other things I like. Basically, if I like something, I'm obsessed with it. I enjoy Metroid, Zelda and a few third-party games (specifically Portal and Undertale) for video games other than Mario. I read lots of books, including, but not limited to: Harry Potter, Wings of Fire, The Door Within, The Berinfell Prophecies, How to Train your Dragon and A Whole Nother Story. I like movies a lot as well. Some of my favorites are the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Lord of the Rings, PIXAR, etc. I'm also a Christian and hope to spread the word of Jesus Christ. I'm very weird. That's my signature. One of my goals is be as weird as humanly possible. Random Weirdness Initiate: LEGO refrigerator en la trampoline!
Mario Games I have Played
|Completed||Not completed||Cannot be completed||In process of 100% Completion||100% Completed|
* Indicates that I have played the game, but do not own it.
Nintendo Entertainment System
|Great game, considering what Nintendo had to work with at the time. I've actually taken kind of a liking to the Bowser Impostors, though they could use a little more diversity when it comes to attacks. For example, some of them could maybe have shot heat-seeking fireballs. Another complaint is the small variety of items. I think of this game as kind of a prototype and Super Mario Bros. 3 is the real deal, since it was many steps up from this game.||
Never able to get past World 4.
|150px||Well, I like it, but it's very different from other Mario games.||
Inconsistent. Not really stuck at any specific stage.
|Now here is a game well worthy of praise. It introduced the Koopalings and a huge host of items (some still exclusive to it), not to mention some new moves and a map. I like the world themes and how Bowser doesn't kidnap the princess until the end. However, though the game has far better boss battles than Super Mario Bros., they are still rather weak.||
Can't get past World 8-.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
|Not much of step up from Super Mario Bros. 3, but I still like it. The Koopalings' colors got very screwed up and Ludwig should have been fought last. Also, there could have been more differences between boss battles. I like the addition of a secret world and the Koopa Clown Car. But the reason I give it four Stars is because of the introduction of one of my favorite characters: Yoshi!||
At the Vanilla Dome
|Some people may think otherwise, but I didn't like this game. The plot seems pretty decent and I like Smithy, but the graphics are kind of strange and I don't like the turn-based battles in it, though that's really just me (I don't think I'd like the battles in Paper Mario either).||
Quit at the Mack fight.
|The first Mario 3D platformer and boy, is it amazing! A huge number of missions, great boss battles, the introduction of Peach's Castle, incredible music, and on and on! However, like all games, it has its downs. I know it was the first 3D Mario game, but I'm still going to complain about the camera and the small-ish levels.||
Around 15-20 Power Stars.
|I've only played a little bit of this game. The courses are some of the best, but the graphics aren't very good and make it hard to play.|
|I love this game. It was time for Luigi to get a starring role. Stunning a ghost and sucking it up gives exhilaration and satisfaction I can't explain! Some people don't like the short length, but I kind of like it. That way if I don't do too well, I can go back again to get more gold frames and more money. My only complaint is that it can get tense at times and I have to take a break.||
Completed twice, lit up every room and caught every Boo the second time.
|I don't really remember this game very well, it's been so long. But I do remember that I liked it, so I'm giving it three Stars|
|A lot of this game certainly seems to be geared more toward players of a higher skill level than myself (looking at you, "Secret of ___" levels), but I still enjoyed it. I've heard that F.L.U.D.D. is hit-or-miss, but I thought it was a great idea to give Mario an exclusive tool with new functions. The tough-as-nails platforming segments could have been toned down, but I liked the exploration-based segments. There were some very creative puzzles and a couple fun boss battles.
I wish Shadow Mario was just his own character instead of a Bowser Jr. alter ego. The reveal was wasted for those who hadn't seen Bowser Jr. before and Shadow Mario would have been far more interesting as character with a mysterious backstory.
Completed Corona Mountain.
|A great remake. A like the addition of playable characters besides Mario and of new Stars. The graphics are more pixelated than the original, but still better. However, the extra Stars make for extra gameplay before the final battle with Bowser and Bowser's entrance in the original was far more dramatic.||
Completed Bowser in the Sky, still have only 80 Stars.
|Not the best Mario Kart game. The graphics could have been better and the drifting doesn't work as well. But when there's no other Mario Kart around, I'll play it.||
Never played the mission mode, so...
|Ah, a callback to the classic NES games. Good concepts, power-ups and boss battles, but none of the music is really noteworthy. I wonder if anyone was expecting Dry Bowser!||
Completed every level, have not collected every Star Coin.
|A pretty good game. There could have been more boards, but I do like the ones that there are and the boss battles are the best of any Mario Party game. I especially like the Boss Battle music. As with all other Mario Party games, multiplayer offers more than single player.||
Completed the Story Mode.
|Now here's an RPG I like. The battles in the Mario & Luigi series are more engaging and give me more of the feel that I'm fighting something. It keeps you on your toes. I have to pay close attention to which Bro. is being targeted or whether an enemy is going to try and trick me into jumping or something that will harm me. The plot starts out kind of goofy, but soon changes to a darker story. It's probably the best plot in the series. I HAVE FURY!||
|This is one of my favorite video games of all time. In-depth and complex plot, epic boss battles, fun characters, beautiful music, creative worlds, the list goes on. I love everything about it. No complaints! (The fact that it's getting old after seven plays doesn't count.)
NOW WHY DID NINTENDO MAKE A SEQUEL FOR STICKER STAR AND NOT THIS????!!!!!
|What's not to love? It's the perfect mix of linear and exploration-based 3D gameplay, it's got great boss battles and unparalleled music, as well as the best plot out of the 3D platformers. The atmosphere is stunningly well-executed and the time-travel implications leave me thinking about this game long after I've beat it. Best Super Mario game and one of the greatest games overall.||
Unlocked Super Luigi Galaxy.
|This is a great game. It's way too slow ofr the standard Smash mode to be fun, but it gave us Nintendo's Infinity War, the Subspace Emissary, which keeps me coming back. The platforming may be simplistic, but it's still entertaining and Nintendo managed to tell a heartfelt, epic story that ties everything together flawlessly without any dialogue. If you don't think that's impressive... then Falcon PUNCH!||
Completed the Subspace Emissary, unlocked every fighter.
|Best Mario Kart game yet. The menu music is cool, the menu itself is cool, I like how the different files are drivers licenses and the courses are awesome.|
|Amazing game. A worthy successor. Awesome new items, the introduction to co-op gameplay, and the return of the Koopalings. Co-op mode is great, but sometimes unruly. An accident can leave someone with one less life, which starts a fight (at least in my home).||
Completed twice without warping, beat World 9-1.
|A great sequel, but the first was better. The music wasn't quite as good and neither was the plot or atmosphere. They abandoned the subversive nature of the original for your standard fair Mario romp, but in space. However, I do like Starship Mario and the new power-ups.|
|Not quite as good as Wii. The graphics were decent, the courses were good, and kart customization was a really cool concept, but overall, Wii was just better. (Honey Queen? Wiggler? Come on!)|
|Decent game, put it just doesn't compare to 64 or Galaxy. It's essentially a New Super Mario Bros. game with 3D graphics. The bosses are kind of disappointing. There's not a lot of variety. The Koopalings should have been in it.||
Didn't play long enough to get past World 4.
|Another NSMB game. I like them, but their kind of getting old at this point. Anyway...
I didn't think a game focusing on coins could be very fun. I was wrong. I like the power-ups in this game. Raccoon Mario's return was long awaited and the Gold Flower is very fun to use. The boss battles were fairly good, not the best, but not bad either. It seemed short. I made it to World Star- in just a few days. Since the focus is coins, it's difficult to get a game over and, while the levels are slightly more difficult than the other NSMB games, it isn't enough to compensate. It was still very fun though, if not entirely fresh.
|Doesn't compare to the original (literally, the gameplay is almost totally different), but that doesn't mean it's bad! Frankly, I think it's good to throw a new spin on things when it comes to sequels so it isn't the same game over and over. *cough**cough*NSMB*cough*. Pretty much everything about this game was spot-on fun. There is only one problem: checkpoints (or lack thereof).||
Completed the game.
|While not as fun as Bowser's Inside Story (I miss playing as Bowser), Dream Team is still a good game. The Luiginary Works are fun, especially the Luiginoid Formation. Once again, there is are both 2D and 3D worlds, though the Dream World is far more engaging, with the overworld being little more than a map, except at some points.The game would be a lot better without the excessive tutorials. Having one tutorial per Luiginary Work is quite unnecessary.As for plot, not as good as Bowser's Inside Story, like most of this game, but still good. Antasma is a good villain and while I find a part of myself wishing Bowser was more of a goofy anti-hero, he still works well as a main antagonist. I like that the plot focuses on Luigi. I can't say how excited I was by the Luiginoid army or Giant Luigi. After all, what's better than more Luigi?||
Completed, rescued every Pi'illo, reached Rainbow Rank.
|The Mario & Luigi games are going downhill at this point. The plot here isn't nearly as interesting as the last two games and I'm still wondering why the Marios and Luigi are thinking "Hey, the princesses are kidnapped! Let's rescue them!" and not "Hey, a bunch of paper copycats just randomly jumped out of a book! That's not good!" The gameplay remains quite engaging, however, with Paper Mario being a great addition. The overworld gameplay is pretty fun, as are the little missions, but I miss the jumping between 2D and 3D worlds from the last two games (the Paper universe seemed like such an obvious Dream World alternative). Really, the idea of Mario & Luigi crossing over with Paper Mario was a fun one, but it could have been executed so much better.||
Completed, rescued every Paper Toad.
|An amazing game, but it doesn't offer too much more than Wii. I like the connecting maps and boss battles. But the thing that I like most about this game is the final battle with Bowser. Finally, Mario fights Giant Bowser head-on instead of running away!||
Completed without warping.
|I've never liked strict time limits...||
Played the first four levels and quit.
|I liked this game. We were able to beat it pretty fast, but then there's a bunch of bonus worlds. However, I much prefer exploration/puzzle-based gameplay. I also feel like it should have had the Koopalings. The bosses it did have, though, were quite fun.|
|Really fun game, but still not as good as Wii. I like the anti-gravity and the new items, but it doesn't have nearly as many characters. I was very upset when I found out Bowser Jr, didn't appear at all.|
|I can't decide which is better this or Brawl. I'm not sure why there isn't a story mode. I like the new characters (Bowser Jr. is my signature character), but I notice that not everyone from Brawl returned. The name is a little weird. Kind of unimaginative and it doesn't go along with the other names (Melee, Brawl).|
|Some (or maybe a lot) were disappointed in this game, but I wasn't. It's hard to be disappointed when your expectations are low. After all, it's a Mario Party game. It's not going to be great. Bowser Party can be fun, but I can't help but feel underpowered as Team Mario. amiibo party is boring. We still have cars. Boss Battles should never consist of competing against other players. Seriously, no.|
|Finally! The game I've been waiting for! An official Mario level designer!!! But it's still not perfect so here we go:
There's not as many course elements as I would like. Ground should shake into slopes and Dry Bones should turn int Mechakoopas. The biggest thing I want is boss battles. More work goes into them than it should. Someone should be able to tap Bowser and bring up a menu similar to the Mystery Mushroom's which lists Bowser, Bowser Jr., Boom Boom and of course, the Koopalings.
|Nintendo has created an instant classic. This game is almost entirely perfect. The open world exploration is amazing, the graphics are stunning, the outfits and captures are genius. The story isn't much different from other Mario games, but it's done so well, I don't care. The soundtrack will be remembered right up there with 64 and Galaxy. The bosses are the game's weak point and the story is short, but the rest of the game is so good, that's easy to ignore.||
Collected all 880 Power Moons and Purple Coins!!
|I'll say this: this is, in every way, an improvement. The inclusion of Bowser Jr. and King Boo is quite welcome, as is the automatic DLC. The battle mode, of course, is the best part. But half of it is a different game, so it gets a star deducted.|
|The most ambitious video game crossover event ever just barely lives up to hype. The massive roster ensures that any player will be able to find a fighter that works for them and the fighters are more balanced than they've ever been, ensuring even low tier characters a chance at victory. I do miss custom characters, but with so many options, it's easy to overlook that. This has the absolute best Classic Mode in Smash history, with a different route for every character. I find myself wishing for a wider variety of bosses, however. I really like the ability to customize your own rulesets, something I have wished for my entire Smash career. Despite loathing World of Light initially, I grew to really like it when I looked past the lack of story. Still, I want the Subspace Emissary back!||
Completed World of Light 100%.
Other Nintendo Games
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D | |
- The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess | |
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild | |
- Metroid Prime (Trilogy Edition) | |
- Metroid Prime 2: Echoes (Trilogy Edition) | |
- Metroid Prime 3: Corruption | |
- Pikmin 2 | |
- Pikmin 3 | |
10 BEST Mario Characters
10. Iggy Koopa - I hate him and like him at the same time. His laugh is so annoying, especially when he is beating you really bad!
8. Mario (M&L universe) - While Mario in most games is a boring blank slate, he is given some personality in Mario & Luigi. Sometimes he's as funny as Luigi!
7. Kamek - Cold and calculating, yet maniacal. He definitely tops my list of characters who need to be in more games.
6. Bowser - Specifically the anti-hero version in the RPGs, especially SPM. Everything he says is a worthy quote.
4. Count Bleck - Quite possibly the best Mario villain yet. At first, he's the stereotypical Dark Lord, but soon reveals a depressing past and tortured conscience.
3. Dimentio - Cold, calculating, mysterious, treacherous, and above all, mentally unstable, Dimentio is one of my favorite villains.
2. Fawful - Whoever created this guy was clearly just trying to be weird and have fun. I HAVE FURY!!!
1. Mr. L - He's my namesake, remember?
10 WORST Mario Characters
10. Princess Peach - In every single game she appears in (Paper Mario games aside), Peach is nothing but a whiny, helpless token girl whose only purpose is to be kidnapped and rescued over and over.
9. Mimi - I mean, she's in SPM, making her a well written character by default, but she's bratty, really creepy and just plain annoying.
8. Petey Piranha - Seriously, he's in more games than Kamek and he's just a souped-up version of an existing enemy. Why does he keep coming back? Make up some new bosses, Nintendo!
7. Pom Pom - "We need some new villains. I know! Why not clone another villain and make it a girl! That's original!"
6. MC Ballyhoo - WHAT IS THIS??!! I remember playing MP8 for the first time, this... thing pops up and scares the living daylights out of me. It's some toddler's sketch brought to life. Forget King Boo, this is freaky.
5. Toadette - A girl version of an existing character. Because creativity sucks, right?
4. Waluigi - And the award for most overrated video game character of all time goes to... the Wario/Luigi clone who somehow has one of everything named after him!
3. Birdo - Just.... just no. I don't know what this was supposed to be, but it's dumb. Make up your mind about whether you want a trans character, Nintendo. And don't make it a creepy creature with a voice that makes me want to rip my ears off.
2. Daisy - Yes, she's this high because of SSBU. She is a Peach clone! Get over it.
1. Baby Rosalina - You've seen by now that I hate lazy clone characters, but this is the worst of them all for the massive retcons it brings. I'm a continuity freak (the perks of being a nerd), so this just makes me mad.
Favorite Boss Battles
Considering how much I like Boss Battles, it's fitting to have this.
|Best boss battle of its era. More innovative than most, which is one of the things I look for in a battle. all the other battles were just jumping on the boss's head. Though I haven't played the actual battle, I did recreate it exactly in Super Mario Maker.|
Bowser (Super Mario 64)
|Really gives the feel of a one-on-one heroic showdown. Bowser has a wide variety of attacks, which is always more fun. Bowser's entrance in the original was more dramatic in the original than in Super Mario 64 DS. In the original, Bowser stomps in time with the music (which is awesome) as the camera pans up to his head and the camera bounces out when it gets there. In DS, he just walked up to Mario. In the original, there were four mines, but that was a little too difficult. In DS, there were eight which was effortless! The next Super Mario 64 should have six mines. That would be just the right level of easy and hard.|
|Interesting battle. I like his ability to appear only in the mirror. It also interests me that no matter what player you are, you will always show up as Luigi in the mirror.|
|I don't know why, but this battle is really fun! It may have something to do with the fast-paced feel of it matching the fast-paced music.|
|This battle keeps you on your toes. It's fun to figure out where the real Kretin is hiding and Beta Kretin's laser attack is fun to dodge.|
Dark Star (Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story)
|I like this fight because you have to use a special technique to beat the boss, rather than just attacking it over and over again.|
|For one thing, Dark Bowser is awesome. For another thing, Fawful is awesome. For another, it's awesome the way they turned it into two battles in one! Finally, the music is awesome!|
|I like the concept of riding on a boss while attacking it.|
Count Bleck (Super Paper Mario)
|Normally, I go for bosses with a complex defeat strategy, but Count Bleck's wide variety of interesting attacks cannot be ignored. I like pretty much all he can throw at me. Plus, this is the largest boss arena in the game (Frackatil's doesn't count; he's huge) and the only one with platforms, so part of the challenge is just finding Bleck. This might just be more worthy of being a final battle than Super Dimentio.|
|I have no idea why this battle is so fun, but it is!|
Bowser (Super Mario Galaxy)
|This is my favorite Mario boss battle of all time. I like that you have to do a whole bunch of different things to count as one hit. The final battle at Bowser's Galaxy Reactor is especially elaborate.|
|The first battle isn't the best, but the second and third battles are awesome! I just like it when you do something other than stomp the boss's head.|
Ludwig von Koopa (New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
|Ludwig's unique magic shots are interesting and I love the fast-paced second battle.|
Kamek (New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
|Just a cool concept. Once, I almost got stuck because Kamek had broken almost all of the blocks in front of me. I had to make a huge jump--right on his head!|
Bowser (Super Mario Galaxy 2)
|The final boss was too effortless, but the rest of the battles were awesome. The meteors are just small planets--and Mario's shooting them at Bowser!|
|Once again, no idea why I like it.|
Bowser Jr. (New Super Mario Bros. U)
|The battle with his boxing gloves is fun, but the underwater battle is where the actions at!|
Bowser (New Super Mario Bros. U)
|The main reason I like this battle is that Mario doesn't run away from Giant Bowser. He finally fights him head-on! It's also fun when Bowser and Bowser Jr. fight alongside each other and I love riding in the Junior Clown Car.|
|No Image Available||I love complexity in a boss fight and this battle most certainly has that.|
Bowser (Super Mario 3D World)
|It's cool how the battlefield is constantly moving. That and I like the Bowser Mobile.|
Knucklotec (Super Mario Odyssey)
|The bosses in Odyssey are normally too easy, but Knucklotec was a decent challenge, especially the rematch. Plus, the fist capture is ridiculously fun!|
Mollusque-Lanceur (Super Mario Odyssey)
|No Image Available||A fun challenge, an opportunity to use Gushens offensively, excellent music. The rematch in the sky is especially fun!|
Bowser (Super Mario Odyssey)
|Bowser has a wider variety of attacks than most bosses and his music is a nice SM64 callback. The feeling of power I got when I first stole that hat is indescribable.|
|The most intense Nintendo boss ever, hands down! All of the best bosses have more than one phase, so six phases definitely cuts it! This is basically every category of boss in one. A giant humanoid, a quadrupedal monster, living weapons, and a copy of your character. But things get really trippy when it transforms into a freaking living castle! It's that final phase, only found on the highest difficulties, that makes this such a great boss. I was transported back to the Subspace Emissary for those precious minutes as I hunted down the weak spots of a literally heart-pounding boss with imminent death a moment away constantly. I lost count of how many tries it took me to beat this menace, but the satisfaction I felt once I finally did rivals the feeling of elation at the defeat of Sans in Undertale.|
|No Image Available||Truly one of the most epic Nintendo finales ever. This sets the bar for three-stage bosses. I was treated to the platforming I had missed the entire game, as well as boss rush, a concept that is woefully rare, especially as part of a final confrontation. The actual boss fight is also interesting, as both bosses must be defeated with seconds of each other for victory to be achieved. It also has a different feel from good vs evil fights, instead being more like evil vs evil, with good just trying to break it up. Overall, one the best final battles I've had the privilege to participate in.|
The Legend of Ultimate Mr. L
Mario & Luigi receive word that Bowser has created a cloning machine and plans on making an army of himself. They rush to Bowser's Castle, but the Koopa Troop buys Bowser time and by the time Mario & Luigi reach him, Bowser is already inside the machine, ready to clone. Not knowing what else to do, Luigi hurls himself at the machine. Bowser is catapulted out, the energy is directed to Luigi, lightning strikes the machine and the computer systems for it malfunction. Suddenly, there is a huge flash of light and a new Mr. L is created. Mario & Luigi attack him, but he reveals powers over electricity and machinery and easily dispatches them. He then runs off to do evil things. He goes on a thievery spree and Mario & Luigi always get there just after he leaves. They finally catch up to him at Shroom National Bank, but instead of running away, Ultimate Mr. L attacks them. He seems to have developed an inexplicable, yet extreme hatred for Luigi and, consequently, Mario. Fortunately, Mario & Luigi came prepared. They wear rubber, nullifying any chance of electrocution, and special magnets that deflect metal. They are able to beat Ultimate Mr. L, but he escapes into the internet.
Meanwhile, back at Bowser's Castle, Bowser and Bowser Jr. try to put back together the cloning machine to give Bowser Ultimate Mr. L's powers. Kamek tries to help out with dark magic. Eventually, they think they've done it and Bowser steps into the machine. Unfortunately, the machine creates a clone of Bowser with dark powers. This monster is known as Ultimate Dark Bowser. Bowser tries to get his creation to join the Koopa Troop, but Ultimate Dark Bowser is his own master. He escapes through a portal and Bowser realizes that he has just unleashed one of the most powerful villains ever.
Back at Peach's Castle, Mario & Luigi hear about a robot attacking Toad Town. It turns out to be Brobot L-Type 7.0, Ultimate Mr. L's robot. While it's main form is just like Brobot L-Type, it can also transform into a helicopter, tank or submarine. Mario & Luigi are unable to defeat it, but are saved by the unexpected interference of Bowser. Ultimate Mr. L, however, is pulled through a portal. Bowser tells them about Ultimate Dark Bowser and asks them to work with him to defeat him. Meanwhile, Ultimate Mr. L meets Ultimate Dark Bowser, who was the one who saved him. They agree to become partners in crime. Ultimate Mr. L deducts that the key to their success is the cloning machine. In its current state, it can give Ultimate Mr. L dark powers and then he can rebuild it to give Ultimate Dark Bowser technopathic abilities.
Mario, Luigi and Bowser decide to head to the castle too and find the dangerous duo waiting. Ultimate Mr. L is just finishing powering up with darkness. He emerges as Ultimate Evil L, the Dark Destructinator! He then betrays Ultimate Dark Bowser by destroying the machine and an epic battle ensues, between Mario & Luigi, Bowser, Ultimate Dark Bowser and Ultimate Evil L. When everyone realizes they cannot beat the Dark Destructinator, they team up against him. Mario, Bowser and Ultimate Dark Bowser keep him busy, while Luigi reconfigures the machine to destroy the clones. Ultimate Dark Bowser ends up gone and Ultimate Evil L's dark powers are sucked away, but he manages to escape into the internet. He is still at large and a team of Toads is searching random URLs for Ultimate Mr. L.
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