Yellow Block

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This article is about the objects in the Paper Mario series. For information on yellow blocks from Super Mario 64, which are sometimes known as ! Boxes, see ! Block § Super Mario 64 / Super Mario 64 DS.
Yellow Block

Yellow Blocks (also formatted as yellow blocks) are objects seen in the Paper Mario series. They can be destroyed with the basic hammer. In Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, they are not very hard to get by, with stone blocks and metal blocks presenting more difficult obstacles. In the latter game, however, a new type of yellow block is also present, being much larger, having angry eyebrows, and requiring a swing from the Super Hammer in order to be destroyed. In the original Paper Mario, Kammy Koopa is shown summoning one of these in to interfere with Mario's progress, as well as to fight Twink and Princess Peach while Mario and his team are in the middle of their final battle with Bowser on the Power Platform atop Peach's Castle.

In Super Paper Mario, yellow blocks are significantly rarer than in the previous games, likely due to the fact that Cudge, the hammer Pixl, is not acquired until Chapter 5.

Yellow Blocks share their appearance with the Rotating Blocks from Super Mario World.

Tattles[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

  • "Your Hammer can shatter this block. Break it down, Mario!"

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (GameCube)[edit]

  • "You can break this block with your hammer." (small yellow block)
  • "You can't break this block with your current hammer. You may need to get a more powerful hammer to break it." (big yellow block, without Super or Ultra Hammer)
  • "You can break this block by spinning with a hammer." (big yellow block, with Super or Ultra Hammer)

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (Switch)[edit]

  • "This is a Yellow Block. You can break it with your hammer." (small Yellow Block)
  • "This is a Big Yellow Block. It looks too sturdy to break with your current hammer. But if you find a more powerful hammer, then...look out, block!" (small Yellow Block, without Super or Ultra Hammer)
  • "This is a Big Yellow Block. You can break it by spinning with your hammer." (Big Yellow Block, with Super or Ultra Hammer)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 黄色ブロック
Kiiro Burokku
Yellow block

Chinese (simplified) 黄色砖块[1]
Huángsè Zhuānkuài
Yellow block

Dutch Geel blok Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door remake
Yellow Block
Italian Blocco giallo
Yellow block

References[edit]

  1. ^ From iQue's localization of Paper Mario: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qj23Urolr1I (8:48)