A Bob-omb is a living bomb character or item, featured in Nintendo's Mario series of video games. In some games they will follow the player until they explode, while in others games they stand still while exploding. Bob-omb are mostly black, though in some games they flash red when about to explode. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bob-omb"
Boom Boom was the sub-boss of every fortress in Super Mario Bros. 3. This boss had a koopa-like physique. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boom Boom (Super Mario Bros. 3)"
Boshi is the English name of a fictional character from the Super Mario series of video games. In Japan, he was given the name of Wayoshi, a name spun off of Wario. However, this is perceived as a play on their names, as opposed to a Japanese word, like Wario and Waluigi were. He only appears in one game, the Nintendo- Squaresoft collaboration Super Mario RPG. In the game, he is a blue Yoshi who lives on Yoster Isle with the other Yoshis. He is somewhat different in appearance to the other Yoshis of the game, wearing sunglasses, a spiked red collar, and shoes which allow his three toes to poke out, instead of the usual Yoshi shoes. He also has a red crest protruding from the back of his head. In the game, he is portrayed as a bully, and the faster runner in the Mushroom Derby at Yo'Ster Isle. After passing through the optional Pipe Vault, Mario found himself at Yo'Ster Isle, meeting up with Yoshi (the main green one, best known for Super Mario World and Yoshi's Island), the only person on Yo'Ster Isle that can speak the human tongue. Yoshi agreed to interpret the Yoshi language to Mario. Mario then met Boshi, who wanted Yoshi Cookies for a one-on-race. Yoshi can race with or without Mario's help. In the end, Yoshi won the race, earning respect amongst the other Yoshis. Instead of being number one, he just wanted for everyone to race together again, which they did. When Yoshi's dream of becoming the truly fastest racer in the Mushroom Derby came true, Boshi met Croco, who had just lost to Yoshi, and they walked away from the celebrations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boshi"
Bowletta is a fictional character in the Mario videogames. She has only appeared before in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, where Mario and Luigi teamed up with Bowser to go to the Mushroom Kingdom. After Cackletta, the evil bean witch, is beaten at Woohoo Hooniversity by the Mario Bros, Fawful, her strange toady, sucks up her soul in his headgear to save her life. After days of searching for a body weakened enough for Cackletta to possess, they find King Bowser, unconscious after having been separated from the Mario Bros. by Popple, the shadow thief. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bowletta"
Bowser, known in full as King Bowser Koopa, and known in Japan as Koopa or Kuppa, (written as クッパ in Japanese), is a fictional turtle-like creature from Nintendo's Mario series, and is Mario and Luigi's arch-nemesis. Although Bowser has joined forces with the good guys in a few games, he never ceases to attempt to kidnap Peach and conquer the Mushroom Kingdom since his first appearance in Super Mario Bros. His first name may be Morton and his last name Bowser as one of his Koopa Kids' name is Morton Koopa Jr., but this is just a rumor. As the central villain of one of the world's most popular video game franchises, Bowser is one of the most recognizable video game villains ever. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bowser"
Bumpty is a penguin-like creature found in several Mario video games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bumpty"
Dirk Drain-Head, "the World's First Two-Fisted Action Plumber", is a fictional superhero created for the Super Mario comic books published by Valiant Comics. He appears in his own comic book series within the stories, making him a fiction-within-fiction character. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dirk Drain-Head"
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Donkey Kong ( Japanese: ドンキーコング) is a gorilla character from Nintendo that appeared in many video games since 1981. Like many Nintendo franchises, Donkey Kong was created by Shigeru Miyamoto. ...more on Wikipedia about "Donkey Kong"
Donkey Kong Junior is a character from a Nintendo arcade and video game. He is the son of the original Donkey Kong and first appeared in the self-titled arcade game. In this game, the object was for the protagonist to rescue his father, who had been captured by Mario. After that he appeared in Super Mario Kart followed by an appearance in Mario's Tennis. Donkey Kong Jr. also made a cameo appearance in the GBA remake of Super Mario Bros.3 ...more on Wikipedia about "Donkey Kong Junior"
(Eyerok) They appear again in Mario Kart DS, where the player must shoot green shells at their eye to hurt them. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eyerok"
FLUDD (Flash Liquidizer Ultra Dousing Device) is a fictional, speech-capable device worn by Mario like a backpack in the video game Super Mario Sunshine for the Nintendo GameCube. Created by Professor E. Gadd, FLUDD is Mario's primary tool for saving Isle Delfino from evil. Mario uses this FLUDD to battle enemies, wash away graffiti, and hover himself across gaps to safety. ...more on Wikipedia about "FLUDD"
Geno is the name of a doll belonging to Gaz, the Rose Town innkeeper's son in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. A Star agent sent by a higher authority to recover the seven Star Pieces inhabits this doll, and since his true name is rather "hard to pronounce" (as it consists in the game of the various decorative symbols: ♥♪!?), he is called Geno, after the doll. Throughout the game, Geno offers advice to the party, as a mystical sage-type figure. Geno's attacks are part magic and part projectile; his regular attacks shoot various bullets from his arms, and his special attacks tend to involve beams of light shot from a cannon. Of particular note is his "Geno Whirl" attack, which, if properly timed, can produce 9,999 points of damage to enemies, making it the most powerful move in the game. Unfortunately, it does not work on bosses (except Yaridovich clones and Exor). At the end of the game, Geno returns to the repaired Star Road, reverting back his orginal form. ...more on Wikipedia about "Geno"
Herman Smirch is a fictional character created for the Nintendo Comics System comic book line. He was the protagonist of the Game Boy comic book series, based off of the Super Mario Land video game. In this series, he is the apparent human servant of the game's villain, Tatanga. Because Smirch is a weak-willed man, he is easily hypnotized by Tatanga into releasing him into the "real world" via "the gateway" (a Game Boy system, actually). Partly because of this twist, Smirch has obviously never appeared in any Mario video games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Herman Smirch"
Kid is a golfer from the video games Mario Golf series. He has appeared in Mario Golf for the Game Boy Color and Mario Golf: Advance Tour for the Game Boy Advance. He appears to be based off a younger version of Tiger Woods, although that is mere speculation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kid (Mario)"
King Toadstool, usually referred to as the King of the Mushroom Kingdom or the King of Mushroomland, is, as his name suggests, the ruler of the Mushroom Kingdom, and father of Princess Peach. His character was mentioned in the packaging and instruction manual for the original Super Mario Bros. game, but he is never seen in the games themselves. Adding to the confusion, Nintendo's official website for Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time mistakenly refers to Toadsworth as Peach's father. ...more on Wikipedia about "King of the Mushroom Kingdom"
A Koopa Kid — also known as a Koopaling, although this term usually refers to the first seven koopa kids that appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3 — is a character from the Super Mario Bros. series of video games. As far as it is known, there are eight Koopa Kids, all of them children of Bowser Koopa. Nothing else is known about their origins. The first seven originally appeared in Super Mario Bros. 3, and subsequently appeared in Super Mario World, Yoshi's Safari, Mario Is Missing!, and Hotel Mario. More recently, they appeared in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. They are always world bosses, except for Mario & Luigi, in which they are minibosses in Bowser's castle. Oddly, in their appearance in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, the Koopa Kids never speak. The eighth Koopa Kid is Bowser Jr., who first appears in Super Mario Sunshine, and in later Mario spin-off games like Mario Kart:Double Dash!! and the various Mario sports games.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koopa Kid"
* Albatoss—a bird that drops Bob-ombs and the player can ride in Super Mario Bros. 2. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Mario series characters"
is Mario's younger plumber from Nintendo video games. He first appeared in Mario Bros. as the character controlled by the second player, and his role as the second player's character continued in Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, and Super Mario World. Fanon accepts his full name as Luigi Mario. Luigi's name was inspired by a pizza parlor near Nintendo of America's headquarters in Redmond, Washington, called Mario & Luigi's. His name also serves as a pun on the Japanese word , meaning "similar" (based on his original role as a copy of Mario). ...more on Wikipedia about "Luigi"
Mallow is a character in 1996 Super Nintendo release Super Mario RPG. In the course of the game, Mallow is the second character to join the list of playable characters, after Mario initially encounters him while visiting the Mushroom Kingdom. His Thunderbolt skill, which attacks all enemies at a low cost, makes him a powerful ally throughout the game. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mallow (Super Mario RPG)"
, also known as Super Mario and originally in Japan, is a video game character created by Shigeru Miyamoto for Nintendo. He is one of Nintendo's best-known characters, and is the best-known video game icon in history, appearing in hundreds of games, many of them bestsellers. Mario first appeared in the 1981 Donkey Kong arcade game, while Mario's brother Luigi first appeared in Mario Bros., the arcade game. The Mario franchise has, as of September 2005, sold 184 million games , making it by far the biggest selling franchise in the history of video games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mario"
Merlon is a fictional character from the video game Paper Mario, created by Intelligent Systems, one of Nintendo's research and development teams. His role in the game is to provide Mario with information, usually about what should be done next to advance through the game. He lives in a blue house with a spinning roof just south of Princess Peach's Castle in Toad Town. His name, appearance, and personality come from the famous wizard Merlin. He closely resemble the "Shaman" enemy from ...more on Wikipedia about "Merlon (Paper Mario)" My www.shortopedia.com is mine. shortopedia
Oogtar the Caveboy is a fictional character created for the Super Mario World cartoon, based on the video game of the same name. Oogtar (played by John Stocker) was among a group of Flintstones-like cavepeople living in Dinosaur Land, yet the actual game did not have any cavepeople. Apparently, he was created to serve as a replacement for Toad, who did not appear in the game. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oogtar the Caveboy"
Pauline (formerly known as Lady in Japan) is a fictional character in the Nintendo game Donkey Kong, as well as in the Game Boy remake of the same game. In both games, she is held captive by Donkey Kong and it's the player's objective (as Mario) to rescue her. Pauline is held captive at the top of each level, where she remains in place and she shouts "Help!" until Mario reaches the top. On his way to rescue her, Mario can collect various feminine articles Pauline has dropped (her hat, parasol or purse) for either; bonus points or to enter a bonus round where the player can win extra lives. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pauline"
Piantas are a fictional sentient species that live with the Noki on Isle Delfino in the video game Super Mario Sunshine. The Pianta policemen arrest Mario for covering Isle Delfino in sludge when in reality it was Bowser Jr. disguised as Shadow Mario. Piantas come in a variety of colors and have little palm trees on their heads instead of hair (to protect them from the sun). Their ancestoral home on Isle Delfino is Pianta Village, but they have spread to almost every area in the game. Piantas also wear leaf skirts, although they wore suit jackets along with the obligatory skirts in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Piantas have also appeared as audience members in other games such as Mario Power Tennis and Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, but finally made a playable appearance in Mario Superstar Baseball. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pianta"
Poochy (Japanese name: Pochi) is a fictional, canine character that appears in Nintendo's Yoshi series of video games. Poochy's name is sometimes spelled "Poochie" or "Poochey". ...more on Wikipedia about "Poochy"
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