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The following is a list of the trophies from the Super Mario Bros. series that appear in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. There are 107 trophies in total.

Name How to Unlock Picture Trophy Box Description
Mario Beat Classic Mode with Mario.
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png As iconic as iconic gets, this gaming celebrity is known for saving the world from Bowser. He's got amazing jumping skills and makes use of a wide range of transformations. In his free time, he plays too many sports to count. In Smash Bros., he's a well-rounded fighter you can rely on. Say it with me: "It's-a me, Mario!"
Flag of Europe.png It's-a him! Maaario! Whether he's wearing one of his special outfits or just his normal blue dungarees, this running, jumping, Bowser-bashing, princess-saving hero is an all-round superstar. And in this game, he's got enough tricks up his sleeve to deal with anything. If you don't know which fighter to pick, Mario's a solid choice.
  • Donkey Kong Classics (09/1988)
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
Mario (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Mario.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Super Jump Punch is an up-special move that lets you leap high into the air, carrying any fighters you strike along with you. You'll be invincible for a moment after you launch this attack. The default side-special move, Cape, will flip a fighter around, making it easy to send a foe who's trying to grab the edge of the stage to their doom!
Flag of Europe.png Mario's Super Jump Punch takes you high into the air, and if you catch an opponent with it, they'll go up with you. Try to hit them at the very start of the move to do the most damage. His default side special, Cape, can flip fighters around. If you're really crafty, you can even use it to keep someone from getting back on the stage!
  • Donkey Kong Classics (09/1988)
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
Mario Finale Beat All-Star Mode with Mario.
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Final Smashes 1 Flag of North America.png Break the Smash Ball and unleash Mario's Final Smash. Mario will fire a devastating blast of fire in the direction he's facing. The attack covers a wide range and travels far, so it's best to fire this from one side of the stage to the other. The damage is impressive, and it can actually carry foes right off the screen!
Flag of Europe.png When Mario gets his hands on a Smash Ball, he can activate this Final Smash. Flames spiral outwards in two intertwining stream, catching opponents in the wide blast with ease. It deals plenty of damage, and can also push foes off the screen entirely. Fire it from an elevated position to take full advantage of its vertical range!
Luigi Beat Classic Mode with Luigi.
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Luigi recently celebrated his 30th anniversary with the Year of Luigi, but all that attention just made him even more shy and awkward. In Smash Bros. (as in life), Luigi tends to follow his brother's lead, but he adds his own flair to moves like Super Jump Punch. His taunts, however, are 100% Weegee.
Flag of Europe.png With the Year of Luigi long gone now, it's up to you to prove to everyone that Mario's cowardly co-star is still awesome. He may share a lot of moves with his brother, but he still puts his own spin on things. When you Super Jump Punch a foe just right, for example, the noise he makes is epic. His taunts are pretty funny too. Try them!
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (03/2013)
Luigi (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Luigi.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Luigi may sulk when his down taunt is used, but his little dejected kick can actually hurt a nearby enemy fighter. It can even trigger a meteor smash! Notice an enemy leisurely hanging from the edge? Run over and pout on the edge—that foe will be the one with something to pout about!
Flag of Europe.png Luigi might look a bit sulky when you use his down taunt, but when he does it next to another fighter, it can get in a little hit - well, a "little hit" that can also sometimes be a meteor smash! Say you spot a fighter hanging off the edge of the stage. Just give them a pout and a kick with this taunt, and they'll fall to their doom.
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (03/2013)
Poltergust 5000 Beat All-Star Mode with Luigi.
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Final Smashes 3 Flag of North America.png A ghost-sucking vacuum cleaner created by Professor E. Gadd. In Luigi's ghostly adventures, it's the only thing standing between him and complete terror. In this game, it sucks in enemies, damages them, and then fires them diagonally upward. If it's used in an area with no ceilings, you might send them soaring right off the screen!
Flag of Europe.png A ghost-sucking vacuum cleaner created by Professor E. Gadd. In Luigi's ghostly adventures, it's the only thing standing between him and abject terror. In this game, it sucks in enemies, damages them, then fires them diagonally upward. Use it in an area with no ceilings, and you might send them soaring right off the screen!
Peach Beat Classic Mode with Peach.
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Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3 Flag of North America.png Princess of the Mushroom Kingdom, Peach continues to prove that "powerful" and "cute" are not mutually exclusive. In Smash Bros., Peach uses her dress to float above the fray, suddenly descending and attacking with numerous weapons. A frying pan? Umbrella? TOAD?! Where does she keep it all?
Flag of Europe.png The Mushroom Kingdom's princess isn't just a pretty face - she's also strong and crafty. She can dodge attacks by gliding through the air, and she's hiding all sorts of stuff under that dress: a frying pan, a tennis, a golf club...even a Toad! If you're planning to take on Peach, just know that she's more than ready for you!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Princess Peach (02/2006)
Peach (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Peach.
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Female Fighters Flag of North America.png Peach may be a princess, but that doesn't mean she shies away from an honest day's work. Her down special Vegetable is basically farm labor, and the fruits...er, vegetables of her work can be thrown. An angry-looking vegetable will do extra damage, too! She can also pull up Bob-ombs, or even a Mr. Saturn!
Flag of Europe.png Peach normally sticks to tasks befitting a royal, but her Vegetable special is pretty much farm labour! You can tell how much damage the veggies will do by looking a them. Happy/indifferent ones just do a bit, while the ones that just look sick of life do a lot. And the ones that look like Bob-ombs or Mr. Saturn aren't veggies at all!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Princess Peach (02/2006)
Peach Blossom Beat All-Star Mode with Peach.
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Final Smashes 1 Peach's Final Smash is quite a spectacle to behold. Giant illustrations of Peach herself frame the screen, giant peaches rain down, and all the other fighters fall asleep. The closer they are to Peach, the longer they'll stay snoozing, giving Peach plenty of time to send foes flying or to recover her health with the peaches.
Bowser Beat Classic Mode with Bowser.
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Bowser's Minions Flag of North America.png Mario's archnemesis and the reason Peach spends more time in "another castle" than in her own. His plans almost never work out, and occasionally he even finds himself on Mario's side. In Smash Bros., he's a serious heavyweight who laughs off weaker attacks. Hit him hard to send him flying!
Flag of Europe.png Mario's princess-kidnapping arch-enemy. Yes, he's quite the villain, but he can also be a bit of a buffoon, too. And sometimes, he even ends up on Mario's side! As a serious heavyweight, he's tough to launch, and using standard attacks on him will only make him laugh. If you want to send him flying, make sure to whack him really hard!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
Bowser (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Bowser makes good use of his heavy physique with his down special Bowser Bomb, slamming down with his backside. If he's on the ground, he'll jump into the air before crashing down. Also, he can gain a bit of altitude if you press the special button repeatedly while executing his up special Whirling Fortress.
Flag of Europe.png Down special Bowser Bomb makes good use of Bowser's bulky physique to crush opponents. If you use it on the ground, he'll jump first, hitting anyone on the way up with his horns, then hit for a combo on the way down. When you use his Whirling Fortress up special in the air, press the button repeatedly to climb higher.
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
Giga Bowser Beat All-Star Mode with Bowser.
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Final Smashes 1 Flag of North America.png Prepare to behold Bowser in all his Koopa glory. This fearsome form first appeared all the way back in Melee. While transformed, Bowser deals extra damage, is better at launching foes, and even gains special effects on some of his attacks. He won't flinch and can't be thrown, but he does still take damage.
Flag of Europe.png The definitive way to prove that Bowser's the king. This fearsome form made its debut all the way back in Melee. While transformed, Bowser deals more damage, launches foes further, and certain attacks have extra effects like freezing opponents. He won't flinch, and he can't be thrown either, but he will still take damage.
Dr. Mario Beat Classic Mode with Dr. Mario.
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NES Flag of North America.png In the 1990 puzzle game Dr. Mario, Mario threw on a white coat and decided to take a shot at that whole "medicine" thing. In this game, he's a balanced fighter who can throw Megavitamin capsules and nimbly deflect blows with his Super Sheet. He's not quite as quick as normal Mario, but his attacks deal a bit more damage.
Flag of Europe.png In Dr. Mario, released in Europe in 1991, Mario threw on a white coat and decided to have a bash at the whole medicine thing. In this game, he's an all-rounder who can throw Megavitamin capsules and nimbly deflect blows with his Super Sheet. He's not quite as quick as normal Mario, but his attacks deal a bit more damage.
  • Dr. Mario (10/1990)
  • Dr. Mario Online Rx (05/2008)
Dr. Mario (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Dr. Mario.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Mario and Dr. Mario are only slightly different. Basically, Dr. Mario is stronger, but his MD slows his speed and lowers his jump. He also has a move Mario doesn't: Dr. Tornado, a down special that can trap opponents before launching them. You can move left and right while doing it and press the button repeatedly to rise into the air.
Flag of Europe.png Mario and Dr. Mario are only slightly different. Basically, Dr. Mario is stronger, but his heavy coat affects his speed and jumping. He also has a move Mario doesn't: Dr. Tornado, a down special that can trap opponents before launching them. You can move left and right while doing it and press the button repeatedly to rise into the air.
  • Dr. Mario (10/1990)
  • Dr. Mario Online Rx (05/2008)
Doctor Finale Beat All-Star Mode with Dr. Mario.
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Final Smashes 1 Flag of North America.png In Dr. Mario's Final Smash, he spreads his arms wide and then lets loose a pair of giant vitamin capsules that spiral through the air, taking out any pesky "viruses" in their path. Their wide range makes them tough for foes to avoid, and opponents they strike will take multiple hits, possibly even being pushed right off the screen!
Flag of Europe.png In Dr. Mario's Final Smash, he spreads his arms wide, then lets loose a pair of giant vitamin capsules that spiral through the air, taking out any pesky "viruses" in their path. Their wide range makes them tough for foes to avoid, and opponents they strike will take multiple hits, possibly even being pushed right off the screen!
Rosalina & Luma Beat Classic Mode with Rosalina & Luma.
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Super Mario Galaxy Flag of North America.png The mysterious Rosalina lives in the Comet Observatory with the Lumas. She first traveled with them in search of their mother. In Smash Bros., Rosalina and Luma can fight in different places at the same time. If you can trap someone between Rosalina and Luma, you'll be able to unleash incredible damage!
Flag of Europe.png Rosalina and the Lumas have been close ever since she travelled the galaxy with one to help the little star find its mother. Now, the commander of the Comet Observatory appears in this game, with her trusty companion fighting alongside her. Their greatest strength is being able to attack together at the same time.
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario 3D World (11/2013)
Rosalina & Luma (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Rosalina & Luma.
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Female Fighters Flag of North America.png Rosalina can pull in items and projectiles around her with her Gravitational Pull move. Her up special Launch Star is a diagonal jump and, though harmless, it has exceptional range. You also have some control over Rosalina's trajectory when she uses it.
Flag of Europe.png With a flick of Rosalina's wand, the move Gravitational Pull draws in items - even ones that are stuck somewhere. Her Launch Star up special is a diagonal jump that can be aimed slightly. It doesn't deal any damage, but it helps you jump higher and stay in the air longer, making it ideal for getting back to the stage easily.
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario 3D World (11/2013)
Power Star Beat All-Star Mode with Rosalina & Luma.
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Flag of North America.png In Rosalina's Final Smash, she summons a Power Star above her head. It launches fighters who touch it and also fires a barrage of smaller stars in all directions, all the while growing bigger and bigger. Even if Rosalina falls off the stage right after activating it, the Power Star will keep attacking her foes until it finally explodes.
Flag of Europe.png In Rosalina's Final Smash, she summons a Power Star above her head to attack. It launches fighters who touch it, and also fires a barrage of smaller stars all around, all the while growing bigger and bigger. Even if Rosalina falls off the stage right after activating it, the Power Star will keep attacking her foes until it finally explodes.
Bowser Jr. Beat Classic Mode with Bowser Jr.
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New Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Bowser's beloved, spoiled son sports a bandanna with a large mouth drawn on it. Like his father, Bowser Jr. longs to take Mario down. In Smash Bros., he'll fight from inside his heavily armed Junior Clown Car. The Clown Car takes less damage than Bowser Jr., so mind your positioning.
Flag of Europe.png Bowser's probably a big fan of his son, what with him hating Mario just as much as dear old Dad does. The tyke's Junior Clown Car is packed with gadgets and gizmos to throw at enemies! By the way, he's extra vulnerable when he jumps out of it, but...you wouldn't dream of attacking the cute little fella then, would you?
  • Super Mario Sunshine (08/2002)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Bowser Jr. (Alt.) Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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N/A Flag of North America.png The Clown Kart Dash special move turns the Junior Clown Car into a kart. If you change direction while driving it, it'll spin and do more damage. When you use his up special, Bowser Jr. leaps from his Junior Clown Car, dropping it on the foes below.
Flag of Europe.png The Clown Kart Dash special move turns the Junior Clown Car into a kart. If you change direction while driving it, it'll spin and do more damage. When you use his up special, Bowser Jr. jumps out of the Junior Clown Car, letting it hit opponents. Try to catch opponents with it while you're directly over them to hit them on the head!
  • Super Mario Sunshine (08/2002)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Shadow Mario Paint Beat All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Final Smashes 1 Flag of North America.png In Super Mario Sunshine, someone went around causing havoc disguised as Mario. It turned out not to be the brawny Bowser, but his brainier son, Bowser Jr. Now he becomes Shadow Mario again for his Final Smash, painting a giant X on the screen. It sticks around after Bowser Jr. transforms back, letting him gleefully knock foes into it.
Flag of Europe.png In Super Mario Sunshine, someone went around causing havoc disguised as Mario. It turned out not to be the brawny Bowser, but his brainier son, Bowser Jr. Now he becomes Shadow Mario again for his Final Smash, painting a giant cross on the screen. It sticks around after Bowser Jr. turns back, so he can gleefully knock people into it.
Larry Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png The youngest of the Koopalings, with a serious case of little-brother syndrome to match. He's easily recognized by his tall, blue hair. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, he makes his appearance in World 1. You might think he's tough, with his blue fireballs and shell spins, but his patterns are actually pretty easy to read.
Flag of Europe.png The leader of Bowser's Minions, with aggressive tendencies to match. He's easily recognised by his tall, blue hair. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, he makes his appearance in World 1. You might think he's tough, with his blue fireballs and shell spins, but his patterns are actually pretty easy to read.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Morton Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png The biggest of the Koopalings. Morton stands out due to the three strands of hair on his head and...oh, the big star on his face. He's more brawn than brains, and in New Super Mario Bros. 2, he appears in World 4, where he'll stay glued to the spot until you attack him. Maybe he just can't be bothered to move!
Flag of Europe.png The biggest of Bowser's seven minions. Morton stands out due to the three strands of hair on his head and...oh, the big star on his face. He's more brawn than brains, and in New Super Mario Bros. 2, he appears in World 4, where he'll stay glued to the spot until you attack him. Maybe he just can't be bothered to move!
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Wendy Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png Of all the Koopalings, Wendy's the only girl. She's bold, bossy, big headed, and sees Peach and Daisy as her rivals. Despite her tomboyish nature, she's not afraid to show off her feminine side with a pink bow and heels. In New Super Mario Bros. U, she shows off her graceful ice-skating skills with a spin or two.
Flag of Europe.png Of Bowser's seven minions, Wendy's the only girl. She's bold, bossy, big-headed, and sees Peach and Daisy as her rivals. Despite her tomboyish nature, she's not afraid to show off her feminine side with a pink bow and heels. In New Super Mario Bros. U, she shows off her graceful ice-skating skills, too, with a spin or two.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Iggy Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png One of the Koopalings. Iggy wears black-rimmed glasses, has hair that's sort of pineapplish, and is known for being a bit of a prankster. He talks in a cutesy way but laughs like a maniac. Also, he seems to like taming Chain Chomps, and in New Super Mario Bros. 2, he gets a rampaging Chain Chomp to help him take on Mario.
Flag of Europe.png One of Bowser's minions. Iggy wears black-rimmed glasses, has hair that's sort of pineapplish, and is known for being a bit of a prankster. He talks in a cutesy way but laughs like a maniac. Also, he seems to like taming Chain Chomps, and in New Super Mario Bros. 2, he gets a rampaging Chain Chomp to help him take on Mario.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Roy Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png This heavy guy is one of the Koopalings and likes throwing his weight around. His pink sunglasses might not make him seem evil, but the speed he can go from slacker to soldier certainly does. In Super Mario Bros. 3, he causes earthquakes to stop Mario in his tracks, all while attacking with blasts of magic. Nasty stuff!
Flag of Europe.png This heavy guy is one of Bowser's Minions and likes throwing his weight around. His pink sunglasses might not make him seem evil, but the speed he can go from slacker to soldier certainly does. In Super Mario Bros. 3, he causes earthquakes to stop Mario in his tracks while attacking with blasts of magic. Nasty stuff!
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Lemmy Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png The smallest and nimblest of the Koopalings, Lemmy is a little rascal with a wacky, childlike look on his face. In New Super Mario Bros. U, he's the boss of World 1 and rides a giant ball while his colorful mohawk sways in the breeze. Don't underestimate him, though—his ball attacks are trickier than they look!
Flag of Europe.png The smallest and nimblest of Bowser's minions, Lemmy is a little rascal with a wacky, childlike look on his face. In New Super Mario Bros. U, he's the boss of World 1 and rides a giant ball while his colorful mohawk sways in the breeze. Don't underestimate him, though - his ball attacks are trickier than they look!
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Ludwig Purchase from the Trophy Shop after beating Classic or All-Star Mode with Bowser Jr.
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Koopalings Flag of North America.png The cleverest of the Koopalings, easily recognized by his big tufts of hair. He's got a mature air about him, but he likes to show off and can sound a bit pompous. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, he's the boss of World 7 and torments Mario by firing homing magic blasts and floating too high in the air to be jumped on.
Flag of Europe.png The cleverest of Bowser's Minions, easily recognised by his big tufts of hair. He's got a mature air about him, but he likes to show off and can sound a bit pompous. In New Super Mario Bros. Wii, he's the boss of World 7 and torments Mario by firing homing magic blasts and floating too high in the air to be jumped on.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
F.L.U.D.D. Clear Crazy Orders after 20 or more turns while playing as Mario
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N/A Flag of North America.png When Mario straps this fine accessory to his back, he takes to it like a fish to water! He can use F.L.U.D.D.'s high-powered water jets to blast himself high into the air or do a high-speed dash... Oh yeah, and he can defeat enemies and wash away graffiti. The built-in tutorial function makes anyone a pro F.L.U.D.D. user in just minutes!
Flag of Europe.png When Mario straps this fine accessory to his back, he takes to it like a fish to water! He can use F.L.U.D.D.'s high-powered water jets to blast himself way up high or do a super high-speed dash - not to mention defeat enemies and wash away graffiti. Afraid it'll be hard to use? No worries - it has a tutorial function, too!
  • Super Mario Sunshine (08/2002)
Toad Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png A race of charming mushrooms that dwell in the Mushroom Kingdom, they prefer to be called Toads... Come to think of it, that's an odd name. It's not like they're very good jumpers. Captain Toad can't jump at all! What's that? ToadSTOOLS? ...That makes more sense.
Flag of Europe.png A charming tribe of mushroom people from the Mushroom Kingdom. "Toad" seems like a bit of an odd name for them, though. Like...they may be small, and some are green, but there's nothing really frog-like about them. Captain Toad can't even jump! Oh. Wait. Hold on a sec. "Toadstools"...Nooow it makes sense!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (10/1988)
Grass Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png This special grass first appeared in Super Mario Bros. 2, where plucking it revealed hidden items. It works exactly the same way in Smash Bros.—if you pluck the grass, maybe you'll find a game-changing object! If only cleaning an unkempt lawn would reveal such neat things...
Flag of Europe.png A patch of overgrown grass with an item buried underneath. Grass like this grew all over the place in Super Mario Bros. 2, and Mario and co. could pull it up to get all kinds of handy items for their quest. It works the same way in this game: pull it up to get an item. Who knows what it'll be?
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (10/1988)
Super Mushroom Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png This mysterious mushroom will cause you to grow several times your normal size. Once you've grown, the power of your attacks and your ability to launch your opponents will increase. However, being so large—and such an easy target—may not be so great in a fight with lots of enemies...
Flag of Europe.png This mysterious mushroom will just keep sliding until it bounces off a wall. If you touch it, though, you will grow! You'll get stronger and be harder to launch, but you'll also be a much easier target. Maybe standing out so much during a fight isn't such a good idea...
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Wii Super Mario Bros. (05/2006)
Poison Mushroom Random / Clear the "Fire-Type Frenzy" event.
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Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3 Flag of North America.png Becoming giant and looming over your foes is pretty great, yeah? Well, that won't happen if you get this mushroom. It looks a lot like the Super Mushroom, but it's a slightly different color and its face is... unhappy. If you use this mushroom, you'll shrink down and be easy to send flying.
Flag of Europe.png So, you thought you'd nabbed a Super Mushroom, eh? Nope! Now you're tiny! If you'd looked more closely, you'd have seen it was a slightly different colour - it was a Poison Mushroom. Now you're mini, weak and very launchable. At least dodging's not hard when you're this size!
  • Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (08/1993)
  • Super Mario 3D Land (11/2011)
Super Star Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png You may recognize these star-shaped items as they bounce across the stage. Picking one up will grant you a short period of invincibility. You can't wipe out enemies just by walking into them—like in Mario games—but you can still attack without fear. Your foes will be running scared!
Flag of Europe.png You'll see one of these little stars bouncing along the stage from time to time. Touch it to become invincible! (Well, for a while, at least.) Unfortunately, they don't work exactly the same way as they do in the Mario series, so you won't damage anyone just by walking into them - you'll still need to put some effort in.
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario World (08/1991)
Metal Box Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png This green box will make you the ultimate defensive character, turning you into solid metal for a short time. You won't flinch from enemy attacks, even in midair, and it is much harder to launch you. On the other hand, you fall like a brick. Getting hit will reduce the duration of this item.
Flag of Europe.png Whack this box to turn into a metal you! You won't flinch when attacked - even in mid-air - and you'll be harder to launch. Now, the downsides: you'll move slower, fall faster, and recovering when you fall off a stage will be a nightmare. Also, it's only temporary, or lasts until you've taken a certain amount of damage.
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
  • Super Mario 64 DS (11/2004)
Lightning Random
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png If there is one thing I've learned from Mario Kart, it's that lightning can strike without a cloud in the sky. Picking this up will hit your foes with a character-shrinking blast of lightning, making them really easy to launch into the distance. If you get struck, you'd best run until the fight is fair again.
Flag of Europe.png Don't let sunny weather fool you! Lightning can strike at any time. This mighty force of nature can make you feel small...and actually make you small, too. In this state, you'll be quite weak and easily launched, so just try to stay out of everyone's way until you go back to normal. THEN you can get your own back!
  • Super Mario Kart (09/1992)
  • Mario Kart 8 (05/2014)
Bullet Bill Random
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Bowser's Minions Flag of North America.png When you try to throw this item, you'll instead transform into a Bullet Bill and fly in the direction you were throwing. Anyone in your path will be knocked away. Be careful, though, since you fly fast and can barely steer—not to mention that foes can deflect you. KO them, not yourself!
Flag of Europe.png Turn into a Bullet Bill and charge into your enemies to send them flying. The direction you fly in is pretty much set when you use it. You'll be unstoppable, but on the other hand, you'll fly so fast that you might end up a victim of your own bullet-y...ness. Anyway, be careful!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Mario Kart DS (11/2005)
Fire Bar Random
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Swordfighter Flag of North America.png A rotating row of fireballs found in the Mario series, most often as a fiery obstacle in Bowser's Castle. In this game, you can swing the fire bar at your enemies! It's a powerful weapon, but as you hit people with it, the fireballs go out, one at a time. And no fire means no fun.
Flag of Europe.png A rotating row of fireballs found in the Mario series, most often as a fiery obstacle in Bowser's Castle. In this game, you can swing the fire bar at your enemies! It's a powerful weapon, but for every two times you connect when attacking with it, one of the fireballs will go out. And no fire means no fun.
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
Golden Hammer Random
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Swordfighter Flag of North America.png This special hammer is several times stronger than the regular hammer. While wielding it, jumping repeatedly will let you float in the air. It doesn't appear often, so grab it when it does! However, watch out for the squeaky version. It looks like the normal one but is really useless.
Flag of Europe.png This special hammer is much stronger than the normal one. And on top of that, it has a special ability - press the jump button repeatedly while holding it to float in the air. These things don't show up often, though, so if you see one, grab it fast! Just watch out for the Golden Squeaky Hammers - they look the same, but do exactly zero damage.
  • Wrecking Crew (10/1985)
Fire Flower Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png This Fire Flower won't transform you like in the Mario series, but it will still let you unleash some fiery damage! Holding down the attack button lets you spew fire at your opponents, dealing constant damage to them. You can also throw it at them, but it just doesn't look as cool that way.
Flag of Europe.png Unfortunately, picking up this item won't get you a cool outfit like in the Mario series, but you can still use it to shoot fire, and that's what matters. It doesn't do much damage on its own, but fire it continuously and it'll all add up! If you get bored, just throw it at your opponent, but don't expect a massive explosion or anything.
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
Bob-omb Random
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Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3 Flag of North America.png This enemy lacks any kind of subtlety—a fuse on its head, a slowly turning key in the back, and two short legs to carry its little bomb body. You can figure out what happens next. When a Bob-omb starts flashing, you better start running!
Flag of Europe.png A bomb for a body, burning fuse on top, two little legs and a wind-up key spinning away on the back... We probably don't need to tell you what's going on here. Now, that doesn't happen too often! Then again, who knows? Maybe some people will look at a Bob-omb and think it's an eight ball having an identity crisis.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
Freezie Random
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Use this item to make a game of freeze tag chillingly literal. Once thrown, the first character to touch the Freezie will be frozen solid, turning into an easy target for a beating. If you happen to be on the receiving end, it's time to try and move around quickly to warm yourself up!
Flag of Europe.png This item will slide along the ground until someone picks it up. Then the first person it hits will get frozen in a block of ice and be a sitting duck for any attacks that come their way. Careful, though - if you attack a Freezie and make it break, you might get frozen yourself! If that happens, do some wiggling around to get free!
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Super Mario Advance (06/2001)
Hothead Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png Once thrown, this guy will move across the ground and damage anything—except you—in its path. You can make the Hothead bigger by hitting it with attacks, much to your opponents' dismay. If you make it really big and powerful, it may just carry you to victory!
Flag of Europe.png Throw this on the ground and it'll slide around, damaging everything in its path, except you. You can make the Hothead get bigger and more powerful by attacking it with fire an lighting, and it's pretty impressive just how big and powerful it can get!
  • Super Mario World (08/1991)
  • Super Princess Peach (02/2006)
Green Shell Random
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png The green shell of the Koopa Troopas. The launching power of this weapon is incredible in the right hands, but you should be careful; if it hits a wall, it may bounce back toward whoever threw it. If you see it coming back at you, just jump on it to stop it. It's like playing Super Mario Bros.!
Flag of Europe.png You might have noticed these shells look a lot like the ones Koopas have. Throw, attack or jump on one to send it careening off, launching enemies and causing chaos as it goes. Then jump on it to bring it to a stop, or let it rebound off a wall, or... Hold on! What is this? Super Mario Bros.?
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario Kart (09/1992)
Banana Peel Random
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Brawler Flag of North America.png Looks like someone had a nice snack and didn't bother to clean up afterward... As you may suspect, stepping on a banana peel sends you falling to the ground and exposes you to attacks. You can throw these at your opponents too, but please clean up when you're done, all right?
Flag of Europe.png HEY! Put that banana peel in the bin! ...Oh, you're going to trip up your opponent with it? Carry on, then. Of course, picking up and throwing banana peels at people is disgusting, but they'll have a hard time keeping their defences up if they're putting on a one-man slapstick act, so...go ahead.
  • Super Mario Kart (09/1992)
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
Flag of North America.png Soccer Ball
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Brawler Flag of North America.png A strong attack on a soccer ball will set it on fire, and any enemies hit will go flying from the impact. Depending on how you hit it, the ball will fly in different directions. Luckily, no one has to retrieve it if you send it off the stage—this ball will return to the battlefield for some time.
Flag of Europe.png Attack a football to ignite it and send it blazing through the air into any hapless foe in its path. The direction it goes in depends on how you attack the ball, so put some thought into it to cause some devastating effects. The ball comes back if you miss, so try as many times as you need to!
  • Soccer (03/1987)
  • Mario Strikers Charged (07/2007)
POW Block Random
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png This special block first appeared way back in Mario Bros. Hitting it will send enemies flying into the air. You can avoid the shock waves by shielding at the right time or jumping into the air. After being triggered three times, a POW Block will vanish into thin air—don't waste it!
Flag of Europe.png These blocks first appeared in Mario Bros. Hit one to make the whole area shake and knock opponents off their feet if they're on the ground. If someone looks like they're about tho hit a POW Block, try to jump or put your shield up to avoid the shock wave. They can be hit three times before disappearing entirely.
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (12/2009)
Spiny Shell Random
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png The devastating blue Spiny Shell that normally appears in the Mario Kart series. This shell seeks out the lead racer and ruins his or her day. In Smash Bros., it will hover above one of the fighters before crashing down and exploding. Avoiding the impact can be challenging.
Flag of Europe.png In the Mario Kart series, these blue shells play a big role, tearing down the track at a frightening speed before crashing down on whoever's in first place. When thrown, it'll hover around above a fighter's head, and after a short while drop down and blow up. If you find one targeting you, get ready to dodge that explosion!
  • Mario Kart 64 (02/1997)
  • Mario Kart 8 (05/2014)
Boomerang Random
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Gunner Flag of North America.png Boomerang Mario would use this item to collect faraway items and defeat distant enemies. In Smash Bros., it can be thrown up, down, left, or right. If you throw it, you can catch it again on the return trip. The boomerang gains power with each throw, so try to keep catching it!
Flag of Europe.png As thrown by Boomerang Mario! He used this to hit enemies and collect faraway items. Here, though, you can throw it up, down or to the side, then touch it when it flies back to catch it. Simple! And as long as you don't drop it, it'll get more and more powerful with every throw, so make sure you do catch it, all right?
  • Super Mario 3D Land (11/2011)
Super Leaf Random
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Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3 Flag of North America.png Transform into an adorable version of your normal self thanks to some raccoon ears and a fluffy tail. Unfortunately, you won't be able to fly through the air like Tanooki Mario—but you can hover for a bit by wiggling that tail. Hold the jump button while airborne to pull off this cute tactic.
Flag of Europe.png This item gives you fuzzy ears and a tail. Remember, when it's just ears and a tail, he's Raccoon Mario - Tanooki Mario is the full suit. You won't be able to soar into the air like in Super Mario Bros. 3, but you can float by holding the jump button while in mid-air.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 (08/2012)
Hammer Bro Random
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Bowser's Minions Flag of North America.png These elite trooper turtles usually appeared in pairs in Super Mario Bros., wearing helmets and chucking hammers at Mario. When summoned, they'll advance on the nearest opponent and lob hammers in a graceful arc. Sometimes they'll throw in a jump to mix things up.
Flag of Europe.png Hammer Bros. usually appear in pairs in Super Mario Bros. games. With helmets on heads and hammers in hand, Bowser's elite troops never leg it when Mario shows up. In this game, they appear solo, flinging hammers at the nearest target. They can also jump and throw, so stay sharp!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Lakitu & Spinies Random
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Bowser's Minions Flag of North America.png Flying over the battlefield in a cloud, this member of Bowser's forces persistently chases after Mario. He takes a break from throwing Spiny Eggs to do some racing in Mario Kart 7. When summoned, he'll appear as a sprite and toss Spiny Eggs at those fighting below him.
Flag of Europe.png One of Bowser's minions, this cloud-riding turtle and general nuisance to Mario made his debut as a playable character in Mario Kart 7. In this game, you can summon a pixellated Lakitu who'll throw Spiny Eggs that will turn into Spinies - beasties with red, spiky shells - when they hit the ground.
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
Chain Chomp Random
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Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3 Flag of North America.png This beast frequently appears in the Super Mario series, and it is definitely equal parts bark and bite. No surprise it's often chained to something. In Smash Bros., it's connected to a stump in the ground and will lash out at anyone who gets close. Don't even bother trying to teach it manners.
Flag of Europe.png An iron ball with a face, complete with shiny white teeth, that shows up fairly often in the Mario series. They're impossible to tame, so they're almost always chained to a post, and this game's no exception. Seriously, don't go anywhere near them unless you want to end up a Chomp's dinner.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Waluigi Get a score of more than 85 in a single Rival Smash.
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N/A Flag of North America.png A crooked mustache and a long, red nose—Waluigi has "villain" written all over him. He considers himself Luigi's rival. He's cunning and quick. When summoned into battle, he'll rush the nearest fighters and stomp them into the ground—then thwack them with his foot or tennis racket!
Flag of Europe.png Long, red nose? Handlebar moustache? Bendy body? Yep, this lanky schemer is Luigi's rival, Waluigi. In this game, he'll dash over to the nearest fighter and stomp on them to bury them in the ground. Then he'll finish them off with a big kick or a whack with his tennis racket. Ouch!
  • Mario Tennis 08/2000
  • Mario Kart Wii 04/2008
Banzai Bill Clear a Solo 3-Minute Smash after getting 110 or more KOs while playing as Bowser.
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N/A This giant bullety menace from the Mario series might look tough, but one jump is typically all it takes to deal with it! In Smash Tour, a Banzai Bill will sometimes charge into a space and explode, destroying any items there. Players caught in the blast will be launched to another space.
  • Super Mario World (08/1991)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Kamek Random
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Yoshi's Island This magical menace is one of Bowser's henchmen and shows his face in plenty of titles, even outside of the Mario series. In the Mushroom Kingdom U stage, he swoops onto the screen every so often to transform the stage with his magic. Now and then, though, he'll tease you by not casting any magic at all. He's a sly one, that Kamek.
  • Super Mario World (08/1991)
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (10/1995)
Nabbit Bump into an enemy who appears on the board during Smash Tour.
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New Super Mario Bros.

An underhanded little rascal who steals items from the Toad Houses and runs away with them. If you can catch him, Toad might repay you with a nice present. In New Super Luigi U, he even manages to nab a position as a playable character! From burglar to hero in the blink of an eye... Not bad work, all things considered.

  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
  • New Super Luigi U (06/2013)
Toad Brigade Random
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Super Mario Galaxy Flag of North America.png As Mario travels to the unknown reaches of space, he can always rely on the trusty Toad Brigade. They're a colorful bunch—the captain sports red spots while the others have green, yellow, blue, or purple ones. The yellow Toad is known for dozing off on the job, but his sleepy musings can be quite handy!
Flag of Europe.png As Mario travels to the unknown reaches of space, he can always rely on the trusty Toad Brigade. They're a colourful bunch - the captain sports red spots while the others have green, yellow, blue or purple ones. The yellow Toad is known for dozing off on the job, but his sleepy musings can be quite handy!
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Big Urchin Random
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New Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Many fancy restaurants serve sea urchins as a delicacy, but they're more of an obstacle in Mario's world. And the friendly looking Big Urchins have the sharpest spikes! They're also, you know, huge. They probably have to be careful not to poke each other while they wait for Mario.
Flag of Europe.png While any deep-sea diver would be glad to come across a sea urchin, for Mario, giant ones like this are a massive nuisance. Their large eyes may make them kind of adorable to look at, but that doesn't make their spikes any less spiky. Don't get too close unless you fancy being turned into a shish kebab!
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
Starship Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Flag of North America.png This ship was made for Mario by Lubba, head honcho of the Luma crew. It's fueled by Power Stars, so the more Mario collects, the deeper he can go into space. Also, as he continues his adventure, the ship will fill up with new friends and items from all over the universe. At some point, a Yoshi's Egg will even appear on the ship's nose!
Flag of Europe.png This ship was made for Mario by Lubba, head honcho of the Luma crew. It's fuelled by Power Stars, so the more Mario collects, the deeper he can go into space. Also, as he continues his adventure, the ship will fill up with new friends and items from all over the universe. At some point, a Yoshi's Egg will even appear on the ship's nose!
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Shellcreepers Random
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png With a name that implies silently sneaking up on its prey, the Shellcreeper might be considered cooler than your average turtle. The Koopa is apparently an evolved form of this veteran of Mario Bros. We'd recommend not jumping on this one like you would a Koopa, though...
Flag of Europe.png With a name that implies silently sneaking up on its prey, the Shellcreeper might be considered cooler than your average turtle. A true veteran from way back in Mario Bros., this guy even predates Koopas, which apparently it evolved into. We wouldn't recommend jumping on this one like you'd jump on a Koopa, though...
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Super Mario Advance (06/2001)
Sidesteppers Random
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Can you guess how this crab-like enemy moves? The name might give you a clue. But Mario could be in for a surprise when he punches one from below—instead of flipping over, it starts sidestepping even faster! Oh, Mario, did you make it angry? Don't worry—a second punch should calm it down...or at least knock it on its head.
Flag of Europe.png Any guesses for how this crab-like enemy moves? The name might give you a clue. Mario could be in for a surprise when he punches one from below - instead of flipping over, it starts sidestepping even faster! Oh, Mario, did you make it angry? Don't worry - a second punch should calm it down...or at least knock it on its head.
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Super Mario Advance (06/2001)
Fighter Fly Random
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png An enemy from the original Mario Bros. Just as the name implies, they are flies that gracefully move across the stage. They jump to move around, so hit them from below when they land. Unlike other enemies, these pests get faster after recovering from being flipped, rather than when only one is left. Be careful!
Flag of Europe.png These pests come from the original Mario Bros. The name might make them sound tough, but these guys are actually kind of elegant and graceful. It's best to wait until they're on solid ground, then bop 'em from underneath to flip them over. If they get back up, though, watch out - they'll start gracefully leaping around a bit faster.
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Super Mario Advance (06/2001)
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Random / Clear the "The Original Heavyweights" event and unlock Falco.
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Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Sometimes Piranha Plants live in them... That's right! I'm talking about those iconic green pipes. World 7 of Super Mario Bros. 3 was actually called Pipe Land. Jump over pipes! Run along pipes! Enter and exit pipes! ...I'm saying there are a lot of pipes.
Flag of Europe.png Jump on top, and then...bloop bloop bloop! Down the pipe! Sometimes, though, they have Piranha Plants inside, so be careful! By the way, did you know that World 7 in Super Mario Bros. 3 is called Pipe Land? It's full of pipes! You sleep in pipes, dream of pipes...Pipes-pipes-pipes-pipes-pipes!
  • Mario Bros. (1983)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
Goomba Random
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Bowser's Minions The Goombas' grumpy little faces aren't scaring anyone. In fact, if Mario found himself in front of a sea of Goombas, he'd just get right to stomping! They were once loyal to the Mushroom Kingdom, but they turned traitor when Bowser invaded. One jump's usually enough to take them out. Foes don't come much weaker than this!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
Koopa Troopa (Green) Random
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Bowser's Minions These turtles are just as common as Goombas in Bowser's army. They may look meek, but they have the guts to leap off any cliff they come across. If you jump on one, its shell will be yours to kick or throw as you please. Many locations in Mario games are named after these enemies, such as Koopa Beach and Koopa Park.
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario Kart (09/1992)
Piranha Plant Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png These guys aren't so much carnivorous as Mario...nivorous. Ahem. There are lots of varieties, like Frost, Wild Ptooie, Ghost, Prickly, Dino, Bone, Elasto-Piranhas, Stalking, Naval... A helpful mnemonic is "Fireballs with Ground Pounds defeat baddies, even super nasties."
Flag of Europe.png These carnivorous plants are hungry for one thing - Mario! There are all sorts of them, including the Naval Piranha, Fire Piranha Plant, Inky Piranha Plant, Piranha Creeper, Bone Piranha Plant, Stalking Piranha Plant... But all you need to know is "plants with teeth want to eat Mario".
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
Koopa Paratroopa (Red) Random
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Bowser's Minions These winged foes tend to fly right in front of high places Mario wants to reach, so it isn't all that surprising that he constantly uses them as stepping stones. Jumping on them knocks their wings off, turning them into regular Koopa Troopas. These guys are surprisingly adaptable: they play tennis and basketball, and they can even drive!
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Mario Tennis (08/2000)
? Block Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png How many times do you think you and Mario have punched ? Blocks? What if we added up the numbers for the entire world? If you were walking down the street and suddenly found a ? Block just floating there, would you jump up and punch it like Mario?
Flag of Europe.png How many times do you think you've made Mario hit a ? Block? How many times do you think everyone in the world's done it...? If you saw one just floating in mid-air while you were walking down the street one day, what would you do? Would you jump up and hit it?
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
1-Up Mushroom Random
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Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Eating one of these mushrooms will add another you. "1-Up." Even just saying it aloud feels so right. "Was getting more 1-Ups and increasing the number of us the adventure's ultimate objective?" All the Marios got together and discussed this theory. The end.
Flag of Europe.png Eating one of these gives you an extra life. That's right! A whole extra version of you! But it does make you wonder, is getting 1-Up Mushrooms and making more copies of yourself the real goal of any adventure? You can just imagine a bunch of Marios getting together to discuss it...
  • Super Mario Bros. (10/1985)
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
Shy Guy Random
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Yoshi's Island These bashful baddies are so shy that no one's ever seen their real faces. They debuted in Doki Doki Panic before becoming a Mario series mainstay when that game was reworked into Super Mario Bros. 2. They come in different colors, each with unique characteristics. Some can walk on stilts; others are always on fire!
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (10/1988)
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (10/1995)
Birdo Clear a Solo 3-Minute Smash after getting 100 or more KOs while playing as Mii Gunner.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Birdo's debut wasn't in a Mario game at all but in a game called Doki Doki Panic. Originally released in Japan, a version of that game made it to the West under a different name. Mario and friends replaced the main characters, and the game was called Super Mario Bros. 2. That's how Birdo joined the Mario Bros. family!
Flag of Europe.png Birdo's debut wasn't in a Mario game at all but in a game called Doki Doki Panic. Originally released in Japan, that game made its way to the West with a few changes: Mario and Co. replaced the main characters, and the title was changed to Super Mario Bros. 2. That's how Birdo joined the Mario Bros. family!
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 (10/1988)
Daisy Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png She may be the princess of Sarasaland, but she doesn't exactly have the poise you might expect from royalty. Daisy is more of a headstrong, active type. That's all part of her charm, though, and rumor has it Luigi is quite smitten with her. Unlike Peach, she's only really been kidnapped once - in Super Mario Land.
Flag of Europe.png She may be the princess of Sarasaland, but she doesn't exactly have the poise you might expect from royalty. Daisy is more of a headstrong, active type. That's all part of her charm, though, and rumour has it that's why Luigi's so smitten with her. Unlike Peach, she's only really been kidnapped once - in Super Mario Land.
  • Super Mario Land (08/1989)
  • Mario Tennis (08/2000)
Boo Random
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Super Mario Bros. 2 & 3 Flag of North America.png Don't look so surprised—even some ghosts are shy! It's like a game of Red Light Green Light: your face means stop, and the back of your head means go. So be very careful if you turn your back. Boo also shows up in the Mario Kart series, making your kart invisible to other racers.
Flag of Europe.png Even ghosts can be shy, and these guys are so shy, they can't even attack you if you're watching! It's kind of like they're always playing a ghostly game of statues. just don't turn your back on them and you'll be alright! That said, they make fine allies in the Mario Kart series, where they can turn you invisible for a while.
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (02/1990)
  • Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (03/2013)
Baby Luigi Random
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Yoshi's Island Flag of North America.png Despite missing the trademark mustache, the big nose and the L on his cap should be dead giveaways that this is Luigi! When he appeared in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, Baby Luigi surprised the other racers with his Rattle Buggy driving skills. Adult Luigi probably still remembers those days of racing glory.
Flag of Europe.png Since he's only a baby, he doesn't have the trademark moustache yet, but that big L on his cap and his even bigger nose make him unmistakably Luigi. In Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, his first playable outing, he zooms around the tracks in his Rattle Buggy. Do you think grown-up Luigi remembers all those escapades?
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (10/1995)
  • Yoshi's New Island (03/2014)
Big Goomba Random
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New Super Mario Bros. These giant-sized Goombas make quite an impression. Some will net you a coin when you jump on them, and others will split up into smaller Goombas. They're often much stronger than normal Goombas, but jumping on them a few times usually does the trick. There's also an even bigger one out there: the Megasparkle Goomba. He's so shiny!
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
Whomp Play as PAC-MAN in Stage 3 and score 300,000 or more in Solo Target Blast with a single bomb off the back wall.
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N/A Flag of North America.png Is it really all that surprising that a creature named Whomp would want to dish out some pain? Another unsurprising fact: Whomps are actually good friends with Thwomps, who are also made of stone. Oh! We had a joke for this... What do you get when you cross a Whomp with a Thwomp? A headache! Ha!
Flag of Europe.png Whomps are anything but subtle. Even their name makes it clear what happens when you get too close - they throw themselves on top of you and leave you flat as a pancake. Apparently, Whomps are pretty friendly with Thwomps. Maybe it's their common interest in constantly looking angry that brought them together.
  • Super Mario 64 (09/1996)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Li'l Oinks Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png In Paper Mario, Mario stumbles across a farm in Toad Town where these little guys live a peaceful existence. In exchange for a few coins, you can get a Li'l Oink egg that will hatch into a random Li'l Oink. It could be silver or gold or have spots or tiger stripes... Just don't forget about the adventure you're on!
Flag of Europe.png In Paper Mario, these little guys live a happy, quiet life on a farm in Toad Town. In exchange for a few coins, you can get a Li'l Oink egg, which will hatch into a random Li'l Oink. It could be silver or gold or have spots or tiger stripes... Just don't let yourself get too distracted from the actual quest!
  • Paper Mario (02/2001)
Ghosts (Luigi's Mansion) Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png These mischievous ghosts haunt an old, old mansion. Suck them all up with your Poltergust 3000, but watch out for their attacks while you do! The gold ones' short punches might not be too hard to dodge, but the pink ones have much greater reach. The blue ones will smack the floor to hit you with shock waves!
Flag of Europe.png These mischievous ghosts haunt an old, old mansion. Suck them all up with your Poltergust 3000, but watch out for their attacks while you do! The gold ones' short punches might not be too hard to dodge, but the pink ones have much more reach. And the blue one will smack the floor to hit you with shock waves!
  • Luigi's Mansion (11/2001)
Toadsworth Get 8 or more KOs in a single Cruel Smash.
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N/A Flag of North America.png This faithful aide to Princess Peach made his debut in Super Mario Sunshine. His name is perfect for a personal aide too! All the years of service seem to have given him some leeway when it comes to rules—whenever he steps up to the plate in baseball, he uses his walking stick instead of a bat!
Flag of Europe.png This fellow made his debut in Super Mario Sunshine. He's been Peach's faithful aide for many years, and he even has a suitably servantly name for the job. When he plays baseball, he steps up to the plate holding his stick instead of a bat. It seems the rules of baseball are pretty lax in Mario's world!
  • Super Mario Sunshine (08/2002)
  • Mario Party 7 (11/2005)
Toadette Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png This lady made her debut in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Since then, she's shown up to help in several other games. She loves animals and listening to music, and she's quite good at sports. She's also shown to be helpful in explaining Mario's weapons. There is definitely more to Toadette than there seems to be.
Flag of Europe.png Toadette didn't show up until Mario Kart: Double Dash!! on the GameCube, but has been helping out in games here and there ever since. She loves animals and listening to music, and can explain Mario's weapons like a pro. On top of all that, she's great at all kinds of sports. Yep, she's definitely much more than just a (very) cute face.
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (11/2003)
  • Mario Kart 8 (05/2014)
Goombella Random
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Paper Mario Flag of North America.png Goombella is a student of archaeology at the University of Goom, studying under Prof. Frankly. She's a super-bright gal and is a useful guide in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Despite being easily spooked by ghosts and spiders, she's doing her best to help in your adventure!
Flag of Europe.png Goombella, an archaeology student at the University of Goom, is significantly smarter (and sassier) than your average Goomba. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, she'll gladly give Mario a bit of background info about pretty much anything they come across. She's the perfect guide...when she's not being startled by monsters and spiders.
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (10/2004)
Mini-Yoshi Random
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Paper Mario Flag of North America.png In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, this young Yoshi first appears as just an egg. After breaking out of his shell, though, the rascal's cheek and ultra-competitive nature run rampant. He's strong for a little lad and can even carry Mario, who he calls Gonzales. There's a funny reason for that, and it's—oh, we've run out of space. Sorry.
Flag of Europe.png In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, this young Yoshi first appears as just an egg. After breaking out of his shell, though, the rascal's cheek and ultra-competitive nature run rampage. He's strong for a little lad, and can even carry Mario, who he calls "Gonzales". There's a funny reason for that, and it's...oh, we've run out of space. Sorry.
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (10/2004)
Peach (Baseball) Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png The thought of yet another kidnapping is never far from Peach's mind, but in Mario Super Sluggers, she gets a nice break to just focus on the game. As the leader of the Peach Monarchs, she shows off her skills with her Star Swing, Heart Swing, drawing a heart in the air to distract the fielders.
Flag of Europe.png It's hard work getting kidnapped all the time, so it's good to see that Peach can take some time off from it to enjoy a bit of American cricket. As captain of the Peach Monarchs, she shows her skills with her special Heart Swing, drawing a heart in the air to try and distract the fielders trying to catch the ball.
  • Mario Superstar Baseball (08/2005)
  • Mario Super Sluggers (08/2008)
Daisy (Baseball) Hit Sandbag 3280 ft. or more in Home-Run Contest.
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N/A Flag of North America.png The captain of the Daisy Flowers, Daisy is great both when at bat and when defending. Her fastballs especially are a thing to be feared. Her Star Swing, Flower Swing, will cause a garden to bloom where the ball lands. Fielders will have to wait for the flowers to clear away. What a pretty delay of the game!
Flag of Europe.png When it comes to baseball, Daisy, captain of the Daisy Flowers, is good at battling and even better at defence. She throws a mean fastball when she's on the pitcher's mound, and her batting special, Flower Swing, makes a garden bloom in the outfield. Who says there's no time to stop and smell the flowers in the middle of a ball game?
  • Mario Superstar Baseball (08/2005)
  • Mario Super Sluggers (08/2008)
Tippi Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png In Super Paper Mario, Mario and his buddies use a special kind of tool—no, wait. That's rude. Pixis have feelings, you know! This one here is named Tippi, and she looks a bit like a math teacher's drawing of a butterfly. She's very helpful, but she also has her own motives, it seems...
Flag of Europe.png In Super Paper Mario, Mario and his friends use a special kind of tool that- No, calling them tools ins't very nice - Pixis have feelings too! This one in particular is called Tippi, and she looks a bit like a maths teacher's drawing of a butterfly. She helps Mario on his adventures, but seems to have her own motives too...
  • Super Paper Mario (04/2007)
Fracktail Random
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Paper Mario Flag of North America.png A guardian robot created by an ancient civilization. Realizing that Mario is the hero foretold in the prophecy, he tries to hand over the Pure Heart gracefully...until Dimentio casts a spell through the antenna on his head that sends his programming berserk. That's right—the antenna is Fracktail's weak point!
Flag of Europe.png A guardian robot created by an ancient civilisation. Realising that Mario is the hero foretold in the prophecy, he tries to hand over the Pure Heart gracefully...until Dimentio casts a spell through the antenna on his head that sends his programming berserk. That's right - the antenna is Fracktail's weak point!
  • Super Paper Mario (04/2007)
Flint Cragley Random
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Paper Mario Flag of North America.png Who would use "Cragley Ho!" as a catchphrase, you say? Flint Cragley, of course! He comes from an advanced Stone Age civilization called the Land of the Cragnons. There they broadcast a program, "Flint Cragley's Cragtrotter," which stars Flint Cragley, is directed by Flint Cragley, and was made possible by producer...Flint Cragley.
Flag of Europe.png A freelance explorer, easily identified by his cry of "CRAGLEY HO!" A Cragnon from Crag, which is something like an oddly advanced Stone Age civilisation. Directs and stars in the popular show Flint Cragley's Cragtrotter - the biggest hit on all of crag-vision! Yes, he's quite the celebrity, and he's very aware of that.
  • Super Paper Mario (04/2007)
Mr. L Play Solo Cruel Smash as Luigi and survive for 1 minute.
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Paper Mario Flag of North America.png He calls himself the Green Thunder, but Mr. L's true identity is a mystery, forever concealed beneath his stylish green hat. With his incredible skill of jumping really high, he makes a valuable addition to Count Bleck's evil forces. Coincidentally, for the whole of Mr. L's reign of terror, Luigi is nowhere to be seen. How odd...
Flag of Europe.png Calling himself The Green Thunder, Mr. L keeps his true identity forever concealed beneath his stylish green hat. With his incredible skill of jumping really high, he makes a valuable addition to Count Bleck's evil forces. Incidentally, for the whole of Mr. L's reign of terror, Luigi is nowhere to be seen. How very odd...
  • Super Paper Mario (04/2007)
Count Bleck Random
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Paper Mario Flag of North America.png Peach has been kidnapped by Bowser so many times, it seemed like a good idea to mix things up—instead she gets kidnapped by this guy, Count Bleck! He then obtains the Chaos Heart by forcing Peach and Bowser to marry. All of this was predicted by the Dark Prognosticus, which Count Bleck carries with him.
Flag of Europe.png It's always nice to have a fresh face on the Peach-kidnapping scene, and that's where Count Bleck comes in. In order to obtain the Chaos Heart, he actually tries to marry Peach to Bowser! Apparently, the path to dimensional destruction is all foretold in the Dark Prognosticus - he's just following the instructions.
  • Super Paper Mario (04/2007)
Bee Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy Flag of North America.png Do you hear that buzzing? Whatever could it...bee? Bee Mario! Finding a Bee Mushroom allows Mario to buzz around in the air, land on flowers, and stick to walls covered in honey. Oh, this is the bee's knees! However, Bee Mario can't sting his foes. But that's fine—you don't really want to be that kind of bee, do you?
Flag of Europe.png If you don't want to be Mario any more, be Bee Mario instead! Just find a Bee Mushroom, and you can buzz around in the air, land on flowers and stick to walls covered in honey. See? It'll be the bee's knees! The only bee thing you won't be doing is stinging. But that's not the kind of bee you want to be anyway, now is it?
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Boo Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy Flag of North America.png Are you afraid of ghosts? Maybe it will help to see the world as they do. Become Boo Mario with a Boo Mushroom, and then explore their world! Shake your Wii Remote to make Boo Mario go through walls. Boo Mario blends in OK, but even as a ghost he keeps his trademark hat. The other Boos don't seem to mind, thankfully.
Flag of Europe.png Boos are always tricky to deal with, so if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! All you need to do is grab a Boo Mushroom, and you'll become a Boo, letting you turn invisible, slip straight through walls and even speak Booish! You'd think Boos wouldn't fall for it, what with that trademark cap still firmly on top of your head...but luckily, they do.
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Spring Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy Flag of North America.png Boingee boingee boingee... It's Spring Mario, bouncing along and having a grand time! Just get a Spring Mushroom, and then press the A Button right when you land for a super-high jump! If you have a fear of heights, though, there's nothing wrong with staying in place and just bouncing a little.
Flag of Europe.png Boing! Sproing! Mario's turned into a spring! One touch of a Spring Mushroom and he becomes Spring Mario. He'll bounce SUPER high if you press the A Button right when he lands. Doesn't it make you feel like just bouncing on the spot? Boing, boing, boing...
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Rainbow Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy Flag of North America.png What would you get if you combined Mario with a bouncing, rainbow-colored star? An amazing, invincible Rainbow Mario, of course! Plus, Mario will glow with twinkling stars and have and an energetic song play for the duration. Doesn't that make you want to run out and grab a Rainbow Star right now?
Flag of Europe.png What would you do if you found a star that glowed in seven colours? "Grab it quick"? Well, that would be the smart thing to do, because it'd probably be a Rainbow Star! It turns everyone's favourite moustachioed man into a...well, a rainbow-coloured mouastachioed man. Not only does he become invincible, but he looks fab!
  • Super Mario Galaxy (11/2007)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Mario + Standard Bike Random / Clear the "Oh Yeah, Luigi Time!" event and unlock Dr. Mario.
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png In Mario Kart Wii, bikes were the big, new thing. This Standard Bike M is, as you'd expect, a very standard bike—its speed, weight, acceleration, handling, off-road, drift, and mini-turbo stats are all decidedly middle of the road. This makes it a great choice for Mario Kart beginners or for series veterans trying out bikes for the first time.
Flag of Europe.png In Mario Kart Wii, bikes were the big new thing. This Standard Bike M is, as you'd expect, a very standard bike - its speed, weight, acceleration, handling, off-road, drift and mini-turbo stats are all decidedly middle-of-the-road. This makes it a great choice for Mario Kart beginners, or series veterans trying out bikes for the first time.
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
Flag of North America.png Peach + Daytripper
Flag of Europe.png Peach + Royal Racer
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png You may think it doesn't look like a racer. You may think it would look more at home on a carousel. But Peach will have the last laugh as she sails past the finish line, leaving you in the dust. The Daytripper's great handling lets it breeze through even the trickiest of courses—and what it lacks in speed, it makes up for in acceleration.
Flag of Europe.png You may think it doesn't look like a racer. You may think it would look more at home on a carousel. But Peach will have the last laugh as she sails past the finish line, leaving you in the dust. The Royal Racer's great handling lets it breeze through even the trickiest of courses. What it lacks in speed, it makes up for in acceleration.
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
Flag of North America.png Bowser + Flame Runner
Flag of Europe.png Bowser + Bowser Bike
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png Now THIS is a monster of a bike! It was obviously designed with Bowser in mind, since they both weigh a ton and both have trouble accelerating. Once you get up to top speed, though, these two really come into their own! Incidentally, Bowser is known as Koopa in Japan, but the Japanese name for this bike is Super Bowser. How rare.
Flag of Europe.png Now THIS is a monster of a bike! It was clearly designed with Bowser in mind, but since they both weigh a ton, they might have trouble accelerating. Once they get to top speed, though, they're a practically unstoppable team! Incidentally, although Bowser is known as Koopa in Japan, this bike still uses his English name there.
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
Toad + Quacker Random
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png Though its appearance calls to mind an infant's toy, the Quacker is really a fully functional motorbike with some serious acceleration. That's because its frame is so light, you might expect it to float on water like a swan boat! But that lightness also makes it easy for other karts to push around, so try to stay out of trouble.
Flag of Europe.png Despite just looking like a child's plaything, the Quacker is a fully-functional motorbike with serious acceleration and a frame so light you'd think it'd be able to float on water like a swan boat! That lightness makes it easy for other karts to push it around, though, so avoid drawing attention to yourself as you slip by your rivals.
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
Funky Kong + Offroader Random
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Super Mario Kart Flag of North America.png You may wonder why this kart is called the Offroader when its off-road ability is so average. But a true off-roader is a kart that can take on the world and survive—and this kart fits that description to a tee. It handles like a king, and if other karts try to ram into it, they'll be the ones crying. It has just one big weakness...drifting.
Flag of Europe.png You may wonder why this kart is called the Offroader when its off-road ability is so average. But a true off-roader is a kart that can take on the world and survive - and this kart fits that description to a tee. It handles like a king, and if other karts try to ram into it, they'll be the ones crying. It has just one big weakness...drifting.
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
Baby Daisy Random
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N/A Flag of North America.png This cute toddler made her first appearance in Mario Kart Wii. If she looks familiar, that's because she's a baby version of Princess Daisy! Look at the determination in those baby eyes—even at such a young age, she was full of drive! Orange was her favorite color at that age too. Even her pacifier is orange!
Flag of Europe.png This cute toddler first showed up in Mario Kart Wii. If she looks familiar, it's because she's just a baby version of Princess Daisy. Look at the determination in those huge eyes - even at such a young age, she was full of drive! And from looking at her clothes, dummy and kart, it seems her taste for orange fashion started early too!
  • Mario Kart Wii (04/2008)
  • Mario Kart 8 (05/2014)
Propeller Mario Random
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New Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png You can tell just by the sound that there's something different about the propeller on Mario's head. It must be because it's made of rubber! In any case, Propeller Mushrooms transform Mario into Propeller Mario. Shake the Wii Remote to send Mario zooming up into the air!
Flag of Europe.png The propeller on Propeller Mario's head makes such an awesome sound. Not like an engine or a motor - it's more like it's powered by an elastic band. Grabbing a Propeller Mushroom turns Mario into this form, letting you send him whirling waaaaay up into the air, making that awesome sound as he goes!
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
Penguin Mario Random
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New Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png Ahh, the life of a penguin... So carefree. At last, Mario too can enjoy the feeling of gliding across the ice by donning the Penguin Suit. Not only that, but this suit unlocks other penguin abilities too! Mario can swim gracefully and, just like a penguin, dream of a day when he can fly.
Flag of Europe.png What sort of penguin-y activities do you think Mario can get up to while wearing a Penguin Suit? Sliding around on his belly? Swimming gracefully through water? Tragically looking to the skies, reflecting on unfulfilled dreams of using his penguin wings to fly? Well, the truth is...he can do all of these things, just like a real penguin!
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (11/2009)
  • New Super Mario Bros. U (11/2012)
Cloud Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Flag of North America.png Guess what happens when Mario collects a Cloud Flower! Oh, wait. You can already see exactly what happens... That's right, Mario dons a fluffy hat, overalls, and a scarf and gets a whole lot lighter. He can jump farther, stay in the air longer, walk on clouds, and even make cloud platforms. This outfit is all silver lining!
Flag of Europe.png Guess what happens when Mario collects a Cloud Flower! Oh, wait. You can already see exactly what happens... Yes, Mario dons a fluffy hat, dungarees and scarf, and gets a whole lot lighter. He can jump further, stay in the air longer, walk on clouds and even create cloud platforms. It seems Cloud Mario is all "silver lining"!
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Rock Mario Random
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Flag of North America.png If you're a fan of rock and roll, try picking up a Rock Mushroom. When Mario's transformed into Rock Mario, a simple shake of the Wii Remote can turn him into a big, rolling boulder, allowing him to plow through crystals and tough foes. The most amazing thing about Rock Mario, though, is that he can still jump.
Flag of Europe.png If you're a fan of rock and roll, try picking up a Rock Mushroom. When Mario's transformed into Rock Mario, a simple shake of the Wii Remote can turn him into a big, rolling boulder, allowing him to plough through crystals and tough foes. The most amazing thing about Rock Mario, though, is that he can still jump.
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Baby Luma Random
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Flag of North America.png Once every hundred years, stardust will rain down upon the land. Of course, this is a perfect time for Peach to get kidnapped. In order to save her, Mario sets off across the galaxies with the aid of a lost, little star child. Named Little Luma, this star child uses its star powers to help Mario.
Flag of Europe.png Once every hundred years, shining stardust falls on the Mushroom Kingdom. Surprisingly enough, this time it leads to Peach being kidnapped AGAIN! To rescue her, Mario embarks on a journey across the galaxies with this lost little star child who uses his mysterious star power to help Mario, all while looking incredibly adorable!
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Lubba Random / Clear the "A Situation of Some Gravity" event.
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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Flag of North America.png This Luma offers Mario all kinds of spacefaring support aboard Starship Mario. And who better to do it? With his feet always floating a little bit off the ground, you know he's got his space legs! Lubba's cheerfully casual way with words makes him the perfect space buddy you didn't even know you needed.
Flag of Europe.png This Luma offers Mario all kinds of spacefaring support aboard Starship Mario. And who better to do it? With his feet always floating a little bit off the ground, you know he's got his space legs! Lubba's cheerfully casual way with words makes him seem like the friendly space-buddy you always wish you had.
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (05/2010)
Flying Squirrel Mario Random
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New Super Mario Bros. Flag of North America.png When Mario grabs a Super Acorn, he turns into Flying Squirrel Mario! Like a real flying squirrel, he can hold out his arms and glide through the air. That must feel really, really awesome! This power isn't just for fun, though—it has practical uses, too, like helping him grab the coins in midair. Da-ding! Da-ding! Da-ding!
Flag of Europe.png When Mario grabs a Super Acorn, he turns into Flying Squirrel Mario! Like a real flying squirrel, he can hold out his arms and glide through the air, which probably feels really awesome. This power isn't just for fun, though - it has practical uses, too, like helping him grab coins floating in mid-air. Da-ding! Da-ding! Da-ding! Da-ding!
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii U (11/2012)

Notes

  • Players could automatically obtain the Flying Squirrel Mario trophy if they had save data from New Super Mario Bros. U.
  • The Fighter Fly trophy states that they get faster each time they're flipped without being kicked off the stage, unlike other enemies in Mario Bros.; however, this is true with all Mario Bros. enemies. Fighter Flies just speed up more noticeably due to their hopping motion.
  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is the only game where Baby Luigi appears without Baby Mario.
  • The Luigi trophy's Wii U description states "His taunts, however, are 100% Weegee." This is a reference to the popular Weegee meme.
  • Despite appearing on the background of Mario Galaxy (piloting the Starship Mario), the Lubba trophy is categorized as Series Related instead of Stage.
  • Despite appearing in Mario's moveset in both the 3DS and Wii U versions, the F.L.U.D.D. trophy is a Wii U exclusive trophy.
  • Kamek's trophy in the Wii U version states that when he appears in the Mushroom Kingdom U stage, he might tease the player(s) by not casting any magic at all. This is not true, as every time he appears, he will cast the spell that activates the stage transition.
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