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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })For the first NES platformer in the series, see Super Mario Bros..The centerpiece of Nintendo's gaming empire, the biggest and most successful video game franchise to date, to the extent where its title character was at one point more recognizable to American children than Mickey Mouse. Created by Shigeru Miyamoto, the series both popularized and crystallized the Platform Game.The story of the Mario Brothers begins not in their own game, but in Donkey Kong. In that game, a certain mustachioed carpenter was charged to rescue the beautiful Lady (later renamed Pauline) from a rampaging ape. The player character was not named in Japanese materials, but the tentative name "Jumpman" had been given for use in Nintendo of America's localization. During production of the overseas release, Nintendo of America had a suspenders-wearing Italian American named Mario Segale as landlord of one of their warehouses. President Minoru Arakawa and Don James thought it would be funny to name the character after him, thus creating the name and nationality of Mario.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The sequel, Donkey Kong Jr., recast Mario as the antagonist, from whom the captured Donkey Kong must be rescued. This would be the only title to give Mario a villainous role.Mario was joined by his brother, Luigi, for their own game, Mario Bros., in which the brothers, having taken up plumbing, fought an infinite number of turtles and other pests issued from a number of pipes.All this led to the game which more or less defined the entire Nintendo product line: Super Mario Bros.. The story, which would recur countless times through the franchise, was simple enough: Bowser, a giant fire-breathing Turtle Dragon Ox Dinosaur and King of the Koopas, kidnaps Princess Toadstool of the Mushroom Kingdom (who would later revert to her Japanese name, Peach). Mario and Luigi must fight their way through a number of obstacles to face Bowser and rescue the princess. The formula has become codified to the point that the deliberate and highlighted trope subversions in spinoffs have themselves become tropes.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Since then, Mario has become Nintendo's mascot and their most prolific character, branching out from platformers into Mascot Racers, sports titles, Role Playing games, and more. Along the way, he's picked up more friends like his dinosaur buddy Yoshi and Anti-Hero doppelgänger Wario, who along with Luigi and Peach have spun off successful games of their own. And courtesy of Rareware, Donkey Kong ended up with a Retool in the form of the popular Donkey Kong Country games, starring the original Donkey Kong's (now known as Cranky Kong) grandson, also named Donkey Kong, along with the latter's nephew, Diddy Kong. Unlike the Wario and Yoshi games, the Donkey Kong Country games are less of an official spinoff, and more of a franchise that more or less exists within the same Shared Universe as Mario.Of course, Mario hasn't completely limited himself to the realm of video games. Donkey Kong, featuring the titular ape and Mario, was one of the main recurring segments in the Saturday morning cartoon show Saturday Supercade, in which Donkey Kong was a performer in a circus owned by Mario, but he ran away and Mario pursues him to bring him back. More significantly, Mario and Luigi appeared in The Super Mario Bros Super Show!, with live-action linking segments featuring the brothers as plumbers in Brooklyn and cartoons that showed them in the world of the games. The secondary Theme Song for the cartoons explains that they "found the secret Warp Zone while working on the drain" which is how they got to the Mushroom Kingdom from Brooklyn. Interestingly, there has never been a show made of it in the country of origin, aside from the obscure theatrical anime The Great Mission to Save Princess Peach!. There was also a critically-panned motion picture, where Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as the titular brothers faced off against Dennis Hopper as Koopa, a hyperevolved dinosaur from Another Dimension, intent on rejoining his own, mostly desolate world with ours. In addition, Super Mario Bros. 3 was notable for being previewed in the Fred Savage film The Wizard, whose climactic scene involved an autistic child playing several levels of the game in a competition. Nintendo announced in 2018 that it will be collaborating with Illumination Entertainment to produce an animated Super Mario Bros. movie, set to be released in 2022.In addition to the major games, Mario has appeared in dozens of other Nintendo games, including a random appearance as referee in the NES Punch-Out!! and as a painting in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and has appeared on every Nintendo platform (except the Pokémon Mini and Color TV Game), including the ill-fated Virtual Boy (in Mario's Tennis and Mario Clash).
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Directionally Solid Platforms: They're not very common, but they are here and there in some of the newer 2D games.
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Age Lift: An internal case, rather than an adaptation based one. Mario was originally envisioned as middle-aged in the early days, he was even called "Ossan", "Middle-aged man", in some documents. (So the cartoon and the movie weren't necessarily wrong in casting older men to play him) Currently, though, he's only in his mid-twenties.
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Score Multiplier
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Score Multiplier: In most games, your score is multiplied by a Kill Streak. You eventually get 1-Ups instead when the streak is high enough.
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Geographic Flexibility
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Geographic Flexibility: Everywhere in the Mushroom Kingdom. May as well not be the same place every game, because whole new towns, cities, castles, mansions, stadiums and race tracks get added all over the place on a per game basis, and even things like whether it borders other countries changes per game (some put it as land locked, some as partly bordering countries but having access to the ocean, other games as an island...).
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The Artifact
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The entire designation "Super Mario" itself has become The Artifact. What used to be called "Super Mario" is now recognized as Mario's normal appearance and form. The small, super-deformed state he starts platform games off in is referred to as "Small Mario" in Super Mario 3D Land and Super Mario 3D World.
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Heroic Mime
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Heroic Mime: Mario in most RPGs. Sometimes taken to hilarious extremes where Mario will shapeshift or defy physics to re-enact a story without speaking a word. The Mario & Luigi series has them talk... in vaguely Italian Simlish.
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: Compared to everything else about the Mario series, the Mario Strikers/Mario Football series is rather edgy, albeit in a sort of tongue-in-cheek way. The Paper Mario series, particularly Super Paper Mario, is also much more dramatic and dark than the rest of the series, but without ever losing that basically-lighthearted Mario charm.
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Cartoon Bomb: Bob-omb.
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Chaos Architecture
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Chaos Architecture: A variety of locations reappear from time to time in the franchise, but only maintain a Broad Strokes relationship to their earlier appearances. Princess Peach's Castle is an excellent example. Ever since Super Mario 64 laid the foundations for its iconic appearance, most games have ensured they keep to the white stone and red towers design, and some games that let you enter the castle walls even maintain the original foyer's layout. On the other hand, the castle is constantly changing proportions and any attempt to reconcile the surrounding countryside is doomed to meet with failure. Some games remember to place it on the edge of a lake, while others lay entire towns out before it, and still others vastly expand the castle grounds themselves. Camelot's earliest sports games, Mario Golf and Mario Tennis indicated the Mushroom Kingdom was actually floating in the sky above the games' primary setting. Mario Kart 8 takes this to its logical conclusion by including multiple versions of Peach's castle in different tracks. Mario's home itself tends to vary between sub-franchises, producing different interpretations like the Super Mario RPG version, the Paper Mario version, the Mario & Luigi version, and the DDR Mix version. And we're just going to ignore Mario's Castle from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. Zig-zagged with Bowser's castle, as many but not necessarily all of them are actually replacement castles for earlier ones that had been destroyed.
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Binomium Ridiculus
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Binomium Ridiculus: In some of the game manuals, the Giant Piranha Plant is given the scientific name Piranhacus Giganticus.
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Artistic License – Biology
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Artistic License – Biology: Several character designs don't make sense from a realistic perspective. The skull of a Koopa Troopa does not have a brain case. The optic nerves for the big eyeballs are stalks going upwards. The skull of a Birdo does not have a brain case. The skull of a Yoshi does not have a brain case.
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Sorting Algorithm of Threatening Geography
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Sorting Algorithm of Threatening Geography: Universally, the games start in Green Hill Zone and end in Lethal Lava Land. Shifting Sand Land is usually world 2, Under the Sea or another aquatic level is typically world 3. An ice world and a jungle world are also common somewhere in the middle.
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The Overworld
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The Overworld: The Mushroom Kingdom stages. Usually called Ground stages or Grasslands.
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A Father to His Men
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A Father to His Men: Surprisingly enough, Bowser. Many of the side-games, particularly the Role Playing Games, make sure to establish that his armies don't follow him out of fear or ambition like some other evil overlords, but because they legitimately love the guy. And for good reason - though he's prone to the occasional tantrum or nonsensical, dangerous plot, he does care about his troops, and always goes out of his way to rescue them if they're in trouble. In Super Paper Mario, one Koopa NPC whose entire regiment has been taken out points out that if he doesn't act then Bowser would fry his hide - not because he's failed, but because leaving his men behind to save his own hide is something Bowser would find totally reprehensible.
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Tube Travel
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Tube Travel: Warp Pipes. However, in some cases (such as the Warp Zones), you appear to be teleporting instead of traveling a path.
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Rule of Fun
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Rule of Fun: Why does Mario grow when he eats a mushroom? Why are there bricks floating in the air? Why does a fire-breathing, hammer-throwing turtle kidnap Peach all of the time? Why must Bowser put something to defeat him in every arena that he's faced? Because it's fun, that's why!
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Everything's Better with Dinosaurs
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Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Super Mario World took place in Dinosaur Land, where Yoshi made his first appearance. The Super Mario World cartoon series and movie also had a lot to do with dinosaurs.
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Playing with Fire
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Playing with Fire: The Fire Flower power-up allows Mario and Luigi to sling fireballs at their enemies.
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Clown Car
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Clown Car: Bowser's Koopa Clown Car first seen in Super Mario World. It's really a rounded vehicle with a propeller on the bottom, not a car.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: Lots of it, especially in the RPGs. But special mention goes to New Super Mario Bros, in which the mooks "dance" to the stage music. This actually has an effect on gameplay, as you must adjust your timing when attacking the enemy. The running on the top of the screen made famous in Super Mario Bros. was essentially breaking the 4th wall.
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Appropriated Title
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Appropriated Title: Early games in the series went under a variety of titles, the most well-known games being Donkey Kong, Mario Bros., and Wrecking Crew. It wasn't until the 15th unique game in the series (counting Game & Watch spin-offs), that the series finally got a definitive title.
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Spike Balls of Doom
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Spike Balls of Doom: Present here-there. Most notably, around castles but there are other cases too.
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Ominous Floating Castle
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Ominous Floating Castle: The Mario series LOVES this. Nearly every RPG has one for the final dungeon, and in the non RPGs, you've got Bowser's Galaxy Reactor in the centre of the universe.
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Photo Montage
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Photo Montage: The ending credits of Sunshine and Galaxy.
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Long-Runners
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Long-Runners: Mario debuted in Donkey Kong in 1981. 2011 is his 30th birthday. Happy birthday, Mario!
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Ambiguously Human
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Ambiguously Human: Wario and Waluigi are notable for having distinctively inhuman traits, like their cartoonishly big Pointy Ears. Are they some species of Mushroom Elf?
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Single-Use Shield
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Single-Use Shield: Just about any time Mario takes a hit, he loses his current powerup (Yoshi, Mushroom, Fire Flower, etc.).
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Ironic Name
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Ironic Name: Luigi means "famous hero".
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Magic Mushroom
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Magic Mushroom: The Super Mushroom, together with the 1-Up Mushroom, has become one of the most iconic game-items in history.
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Animated Actors
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Animated Actors: The original NES version of Super Mario Bros. 3 is a stage play. Mario Power Tennis has unlockable blooper reels based on the opening cutscene.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: The classic Super Mushroom design, red with white spots, actually goes back only to Super Mario World. This evolved from what was originally a mushroom whose cap was yellow with red spots. The Mega Mushroom is a throwback to this original design, as is the easy-to-miss Poison Mushroom from Super Mario Kart. Fire Peach's dress in Super Mario 3D World is a direct throwback to Peach's 8-bit colorscheme of white and red.
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What's Up, King Dude?
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What's Up, King Dude?: Commoners around the Mushroom Kingdom and Mario and Luigi especially have absolutely no problem getting in touch with royalty to the point where they can just casually walk into Princess Peach's castle grounds uninvited. Even in the presence of highly dignified omnipotent characters like Rosalina doesn't stop them, and can even attempt to jump on her (This doesn't really do anything, though). This also applies to Bowser and his minions.
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Wholesome Crossdresser
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Wholesome Crossdresser: Birdo, depending on the situation, and Vivian later on in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: Waluigi may seem like a dumb name, but in Japanese it's a pun. "Warui" means bad, thus "Wario" by combining Mario and Warui. Waluigi seems to be the same, but with L-R conversion, it's "waruiji," which is also "ijiwaru (mean person)" backwards.
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Lampshade Hanging
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Bowser kidnaps Peach. Mario rescues Peach. This is the formula for Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3 (in World 8), Super Mario World, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, New Super Mario Bros., and so on. The various RPGs lampshade this as Bowser predictably chases Peach amid the games' other events.
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Limited Wardrobe
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Limited Wardrobe: Mario, Luigi, Wario and Waluigi always wear their overalls, even when playing sports, Peach, Daisy and Rosalina usually stick to their dresses, but they, at least, get costume changes in the sports games, unlike the men.
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Artifact Title
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Artifact Title: Super has remained in games without "normal Mario" and "Super Mario" forms (or the Super NES, for that matter). Distinctively enough, most spinoffs don't use the "Super" before Mario's name, with the only possible exception being Super Mario Strikers (considering that the Mario Kart games ditched it since the N64 version, making the Super NES game a case of Super Title 64 Advance instead), which even then is known in Europe as Mario Smash Football). The entire designation "Super Mario" itself has become The Artifact. What used to be called "Super Mario" is now recognized as Mario's normal appearance and form. The small, super-deformed state he starts platform games off in is referred to as "Small Mario" in Super Mario 3D Land and Super Mario 3D World.
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Combo Platter Powers
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Combo Platter Powers: Mario has had a long list of powerups along the years, among them: A Super powerful Hammer, power to shoot fireballs, to grow in size, temporary invincibility, a flying raccoon suit that transformed into a statue, a Frog suit to swim faster, a turtle suit that gives him an infinite supply of hammers, a giant clockwork boot, a pet Dinosaur to ride on, a Flying cape (which deflects projectiles in Melee and Brawl), rabbit ears that allow him to Glide and Super Jump, hats that let him become solid Metal, Intangible/Invisible, or Fly, the ability to puff himself up like a balloon, a water gun that straps to his back, and the latest game gave him Ice powers, and Ghost, Bee, and spring transformations. Not to mention his vanilla standard powers of Super jumping, Super Speed, and Super Strength that he always has. New Super Mario Bros. Wii adds a Penguin suit that can swim like the Frog Suit, toss freezing snowballs like the Ice Flower, and walk on ice without slipping. And the Propeller Hat for flying. Plus has the Mini Mario from the DS game that is super tiny and can run across water without sinking. Luigi: All of Mario´s power-ups, alongside the power to shoot lightning, create tornados and the Negative Zone, which seems to have strange reality warping powers Bowser: As of Bowser's Inside Story, Bowser has Super Strength, fire breath, inhaling enemies and food, and the ability to momentarily defy gravity letting him body slam and use the momentum of his punches to fly over gaps. Within the series, he also uses dark magics. Wario in the Wario Land series. His transformations range from the somewhat normal (on fire, flat, etc) to somewhat odd (become a vampire, zombie, invisible, frozen) to the completely insane (head puffs up like a balloon to float to various areas, dizzy/drunk Wario in Wario Land 3 and the weird hats in the first game allowing a head mounted jetpack or flamethrower). Waluigi: His powers range from: Create tornados, summon a pool of water from absolutely nowhere, swim in mid-air, create blinding smoke from his body, create illusions of size and trajectory, shoot the symbol in his hat, hypnotize the world by dancing, etc. Bear in mind, they have no explanation whatsoever.
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Tomboy and Girly Girl
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Tomboy and Girly Girl: To some degree, Daisy and Peach.
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Rhyming Names
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Rhyming Names: The turtle-like mooks that are among the most common monsters in the franchise are called "Koopa Troopa".
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Gratuitous English
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Gratuitous English: Two words from Super Mario Sunshine: "Shine get!" (This line was "corrected" for the NA release, but Woolseyism in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, they brought it back.) It returns in Super Mario Galaxy with "Star get!" ("You got a Star!" in NA).
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The Bad Guy Wins
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The Bad Guy Wins: Downplayed. Many of the franchise's main games aren't about stopping Bowser from getting what he wants, but taking it back after he's already obtained it. Rescuing the princess, rather than preventing her kidnap. Almost always, whenever the cast gets involved in one of Bowser's schemes before he's pulled it off, it's a case of Near-Villain Victory instead.
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Statuesque Stunner
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Statuesque Stunner: The human females of the main cast are all taller than the Mario Bros., which is emphasized due to the art-style, which measures each character only a few heads tall. Mario and Luigi are each three heads tall, though Luigi is bigger due to having a longer, thinner head. Princesses Peach and Daisy, however, are still taller at four heads apiece. Rosalina floats around four-and-a-half heads tall, making her so tall that she's counted among the heavyweight characters in Mario Kart games. Pauline, who returned to the franchise with the Mario vs. Donkey Kong series, was originally depicted as the princess standard of four heads tall but was bumped up to a full five heads for Super Mario Odyssey, making her nearly twice as tall as Mario! Wario, who is only two heads tall (but still taller than Mario, because his head is just that big), also has a female cast typically taller than him. Captain Syrup and Princess Shokora are both four heads tall, but Queen Merelda, who is three-and-a-half heads tall, also just edges Wario out. The Warioware series tends to change art styles frequently, but its female characters, Mona, 5-Volt, and Penny, can range anywhere from two-point-five to three-point-five heads tall, and are each taller than Wario.
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Arch-Enemy
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Arch-Enemy: Bowser and Mario are each other's. And Mario is also Wario's, though he swerves between this and The Rival. And since Luigi's Mansion, Luigi and King Boo have gone at it more than once.
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Attack of the Town Festival
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Attack of the Town Festival: A common occurrence in the franchise, whether the festival is about stars, stickers, origami, or, heck, maybe her highness just wanted to throw a party.
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Super Drowning Skills
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Super Drowning Skills: In Super Mario Bros., Mario can swim in underwater levels, but not in land levels, where water is nothing but a Bottomless Pit. In Super Mario Land, water is again a Bottomless Pit. In Super Mario Sunshine, Yoshi can't swim. Paper Mario puts invisible walls around the water, and The Thousand-Year Door uses carnivorous fish to keep Mario out of water.
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: Professor E. Gadd. Also, Ludwig and/or Iggy depending on the source, with Iggy specializing in mechanics.
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Dinosaurs Are Dragons
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Dinosaurs Are Dragons: Yoshi, a fire-breathing, flying dragon that has some markedly dinosaur-like features.
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Cute Monster
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Cute Monster: Every monster is cute. Yes, even Bowser — especially Bowser.
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Rule of Cool
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Rule of Cool: Next to Rule of Fun, the series basically runs off of this.
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1.0
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Death Is Cheap
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Death Is Cheap: Considering the characters can get another shot at existence by just eating a green mushroom, this is a given. Death is hardly ever permanent in the Mario universe, and even if characters do die, that still doesn't stop them from coming back in action as ghosts (Boos, Boo Guys) or re-animated (Dry Bones).
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1.0
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1.0
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Hypnotize the Princess
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Hypnotize the Princess: Peach gets this in a comic and in Super Paper Mario.
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1.0
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Power-Up
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Power-Up: Loads of them. The first Super Mario game had the iconic mushrooms, Fire Flowers, and stars.
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1.0
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1.0
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Recurring Boss
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Recurring Boss: Many, sometimes without any difference in the boss battle.
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1.0
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Recurring Riff
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Recurring Riff: The original game had six tunes in it. All of them get reused frequently, including the Level Clear jingle. But the one known for this above all others is the overworld level music, which has effectively become Mario's personal theme music and the theme for the entire franchise.
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1.0
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Schizo Tech
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Schizo Tech: The series is allegedly set mainly within a medieval-style fantasy kingdom; but there's also a lot of modern or even futuristic technology around, to the point that modern games make it seem more like a modern civilization with oddly medieval-fantasy trappings. The settings go all the way from medieval castles to space stations; frequently within the same game.
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Solid Clouds
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Solid Clouds: Clouds can serve as platforms and even modes of transportation in the case of Lakitus.
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_3dfd0c64
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Strictly Formula
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Strictly Formula: Bowser kidnaps Peach. Mario rescues Peach. This is the formula for Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3 (in World 8), Super Mario World, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, New Super Mario Bros., and so on. The various RPGs lampshade this as Bowser predictably chases Peach amid the games' other events. Super Mario 64, Sunshine, Galaxy and Galaxy 2 use the formula where Mario collects 120 Stars (or Shine Sprites).
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Clothes Make the Legend
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Clothes Make the Legend: The colors can change, but Mario and Luigi always have their caps and overalls. Peach's dress is also part of this trope.
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_402b438d
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Spin-Off Babies
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In order to increase the player roster for sports spin-offs and other multi-player Mario games, a good number of alternate forms of Mario and some other characters have been made into separate characters with little explanation to why they're there alongside their normal selves. Some examples include the Baby cast members, Metal Mario, Dr. Mario, Tanooki Mario, Gold Mario, Cat Mario, Pink Gold Peach, Cat Peach, and Dry Bowser. Metal Mario has even been subject to some Divergent Character Evolution.
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_403ffe5c
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Bouncing Battler
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Bouncing Battler: The Mario Bros. themselves, and many of their supporting characters. It's rare to find a Mario game without a jumping mechanic of some kind.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_40634d30
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Moody Mount
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Moody Mount: Collision Damage causes any Yoshi steed to panic; he'll yelp, buck his rider off, and speed around unless someone jumps back on or he runs himself into a Bottomless Pit.
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1.0
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1.0
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Damsel in Distress
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Damsel in Distress: Obstinately, Peach; most spinoffs that don't follow the classic setup tend to subvert this almost immediately and without comment. Princess Daisy, who was a stand-in for Peach at the time, also was one in her first appearance (Super Mario Land). Pauline (Donkey Kong) was the series' first Damsel, and she continues to get the role whenever she actually shows upnote This isn't counting the time she became mayor of an entire kingdom, which generally subverted that.. A whole slew of fairies called Sprixie Princesses were kidnapped by Bowser in their debut game (Super Mario 3D World). Toads are also common kidnap victims (Super Mario Bros., Super Mario 3D Land). Babies get kidnapped in the Yoshi's Island games. Even Mario and Luigi have been Distressed Dudes.
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Power Up Motif
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Power Up Motif: The most common is the Invincibility Power-Up theme but in many games, there are others too.
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1.0
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Auto-Scrolling Level
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Auto-Scrolling Level: Pops up here and there. They've been around since the NES games and have make their way into the modern 3D ones as well. Most scroll horizontal, with the occasional vertical one thrown in. There's even the rare diagonally scrolling level.
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Follow the Money
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Follow the Money: One of the most famous examples. Coins in the series rarely have any monetary purpose- in the main series, they're only used to pay for things in Super Mario Sunshine for certain Shine Sprites (paid by blue coins), for some Hungry Lumas in Super Mario Galaxy 2, and in Super Mario Odyssey for gear and continues.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_42048ac5
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Power-Up Food
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Power-Up Food: Mushrooms, mushrooms, and more mushrooms. Though it's never specified what Mario does with them, the various flowers (fire, ice) may also qualify. In Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, Mario can eat a carrot that gives him bunny ears and make him fly a bit. Mario Party 8 has candies that, when eaten, gives the player different abilities, such as zapping opponents with lightning or stealing other players' items.
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: Several depending on the game and the power-up, but fairly consistently in the spinoffs, the characters tend to prefer: Mario - Playing with Fire Luigi - Playing With Green Fire, Shock and Awe, and Blow You Away after Luigi's Mansion Yoshi - Care-Bear Stare Peach - Heart Beat-Down Daisy - Petal Power Wario - Shock and Awe (at least up until Power Tennis) Donkey Kong - Green Thumb? His maps are universally Jungle themed as the trope namer and his attacks typically involve wood and fruit (barrels and bananas). Shock and Awe in Strikers Charged. Rosalina - Space Master of course.
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Title Scream
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Title Scream: Plenty of games, including the three 3D platformers. Often times, it's done by Mario himself.
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Sibling Team
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Sibling Team: Take a wild guess...
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Evil Sorcerer
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Evil Sorcerer: Foremost being Kamek, but to an extent King Boo and even Bowser himself (the original NES game had him using black magic to take over). As well as quite a few RPG villains that have traces of this (Fawful, Grodus and Smithy are Technopath variants; the Shadow Queen in The Thousand-Year Door and Cackletta are this kind of thing played straight).
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Acrofatic
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Acrofatic: Several characters in the various franchises can move a lot quicker than their mass might lead you to believe, most of all, our protagonist, Mario. His slightly pudgy plumber's physique belies a leaping ability beyond compare, while Super Mario 64 made him into quite the track-and-field athlete, way before Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. Over time, his design has given him a slimmer look, although that could mainly be due to Art Evolution. Wario takes this Up to Eleven, being cartoonishly obese.
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Jump Physics
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Jump Physics: The series is the Ur-Example. Playable characters are usually differentiated by having slightly different jump physics from each other, and they're mostly consistent between games. Mario: Has an average, all-around jump. Once this was compensated for by giving him a Wall Jump, while other characters lack it. Luigi: He's the best jumper. Usually, his jump is also very floaty in addition to being higher, making aiming for small platforms a breeze. He also tends to have better air control, to compensate for his poor ground control. Yoshi: Jumps like Mario, but can flutter jump as well for a bit of extra height. Peach: Can float in midair, but otherwise her jump is the same as Mario's. Toad: Another all-around jumper, but his jump physics are heavier — he's got a faster falling speed. Bowser: In the rare instances you control him, he jumps about as high as Mario, but he can't really turn around in midair. Wario: Low, but not "heavy", jumps. Rosalina: High jumps on par with Luigi's, with an added boost a Spin can provide. Daisy: Has a normal jump height, but can Double Jump.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_44f79734
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Player Mooks
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Player Mooks: Of all the spinoffs, the baseball games love this trope the most.
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The Guards Must Be Crazy
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The Guards Must Be Crazy: If anyone or anything in this series is guarded, expect it to be stolen/kidnapped whenever the current villain feels like it.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_4508b16b
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1.0
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The Wonderland
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The Wonderland: One part Cloud Cuckooland, one part World of Chaos. The settings of the series certainly fall into this. The mushrooms that the series is famous for is a direct shoutout to Alice in Wonderland.
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Constructed World
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Constructed World: For the most part. Earth is occasionally referenced, but the "real world" exists in an Alternate Universe, and Mario and Luigi probably lived in Brooklyn at one point; but this isn't particularly important to the series as a whole.
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Game Mod
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Game Mod: Super Mario World has been hacked frequently, with varying degrees in difficulty and quality. Super Mario Bros. 3, the original Super Mario Bros., and even New Super Mario Bros. Wii have gotten a few hacks as well.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_45bf382b
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Badass in Distress
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Badass in Distress: Luigi several times, Mario in Luigi's Mansion, then both Mario and Luigi in Super Princess Peach, and, if we take a game neglected by the fandom, Mario in Mario Is Missing!.
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Save the Princess
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Save the Princess: A recurring plot in the series, including the first and third games, Super Mario World, Super Mario Land (though this was a different princess), Super Mario 64, all the Paper Mario games, and Super Mario Galaxy. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga had the variation of "Save the Princess's voice". Speaking of which, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time revealed that Bowser had been kidnapping her since they were babies! It was inverted in Super Princess Peach, where you play as the Princess, and you have to save Mario.
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Drop the Hammer
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Mario has had a long list of powerups along the years, among them: A Super powerful Hammer, power to shoot fireballs, to grow in size, temporary invincibility, a flying raccoon suit that transformed into a statue, a Frog suit to swim faster, a turtle suit that gives him an infinite supply of hammers, a giant clockwork boot, a pet Dinosaur to ride on, a Flying cape (which deflects projectiles in Melee and Brawl), rabbit ears that allow him to Glide and Super Jump, hats that let him become solid Metal, Intangible/Invisible, or Fly, the ability to puff himself up like a balloon, a water gun that straps to his back, and the latest game gave him Ice powers, and Ghost, Bee, and spring transformations. Not to mention his vanilla standard powers of Super jumping, Super Speed, and Super Strength that he always has. New Super Mario Bros. Wii adds a Penguin suit that can swim like the Frog Suit, toss freezing snowballs like the Ice Flower, and walk on ice without slipping. And the Propeller Hat for flying. Plus has the Mini Mario from the DS game that is super tiny and can run across water without sinking.
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Ring-Out Boss
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Ring-Out Boss: About half the examples are probably from this series, including Roger the Potted Ghost, Big Bully, Chief Chilly, Topmaniac and Big Guy The Stilted.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Bowser from Mario Super Sluggers; when a Bullet Bill shot by Wario and Waluigi nearly hits Mario, Bowser unexpectedly jumps in, hitting the Bullet Bill back toward the two before he is seen later about to leave, much to Mario's notice.
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And Now You Must Marry Me
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And Now You Must Marry Me: Paper Mario (and Super Mario Adventures before it) introduced Bowser's motivation for his frequent kidnapping of Princess Peach: he has a crush on her.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Later depictions of Luigi are rather harsh. It peaked in the Wii-DS era, while the next generation started reining it back in. He has gotten captured by ghosts in Super Mario 64 DS and Galaxy, depicted as a coward and stereotypically fey in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, completely ignorant and possibly a bit of a liar in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door, brainwashed to evil in Super Paper Mario, and cowardly and ineffective in Super Mario Galaxy. Even in the special unlocked part of Galaxy where you play as Luigi, it's not really Luigi, but some kind of magical clone. Or is the other Luigi the clone? Subverted in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, in which Luigi is one of only three characters left to rescue all the others after they've been incapacitated by the final boss... if only because he was one of the first to get transformed into a trophy and recovered later because Dedede put one of his badges on him. Waluigi, when not being outright ignored, is always caught in all kinds of slapstick gags, particularly explosions, as seen in most of the sports games intros. While Luigi is usually labelled the king of second bananas, at least that grants him a shitload of screentime. Waluigi either doesn't appear or is there just for him to get beaten up. Wario, when placed alongside Waluigi, often shares the abuse. In his platforming games, Wario's "powerups" are acquired by getting injured in various ways (such as being squashed flat in order to squeeze through very small gaps). Bowser is also a subject of mockery in the RPGs, where he had his own castle taken over in Super Mario RPG, failed at everything he tried in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, lost his memory and was later possessed in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, and is in general treated as a complete joke. This is subverted in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story: The game does start with Bowser getting his routine beating from Mario, but due to complications in the plot, Bowser gets full reign of the world, handling the problems the Mushroom Kingdom is having with his own agenda, while Mario and Luigi are stuck inside Bowser's body, but more or less up to their usual antics. Of course, Bowser has no idea the Mario Bros. are inside him, and they both unwittingly help each other out in various ways.
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Paper-Thin Disguise
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Paper-Thin Disguise: Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings hiding in the birthday cake in New Super Mario Bros. Wii. This being Mario, it works.
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Ballistic Bone
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Ballistic Bone: Thrown by Dry Bones, most notably in Super Mario World and the Paper Mario games. And by extension, Dry Bowser in New Super Mario Bros.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_48d39b24
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Big Good
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Big Good: Mario and Princess Peach form a Big Good Duumvirate in most games. Mario is the vanguard-type Big Good, as The Hero actively fighting Bowser; while Peach is the leader-type Big Good, serving as the ruler of the most powerful heroic faction in the setting.
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1.0
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Artifact Mook
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Artifact Mook: Viruses in the entire series. In their first appearance they appear as enemies in Dr. Mario, which makes sense. In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, they appear in an abandoned university laboratory, which makes sense. In Mario & Luigi: Dream Team? They appear EVERYWHERE. Deserts, the beach, caves, in town, on an icy mountain... And in groups of 16 at a time to boot.
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1.0
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_4c798fd5
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Shock and Awe
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_4c798fd5
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Wario - Shock and Awe (at least up until Power Tennis)
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Squashed Flat
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Squashed Flat: Goombas in some games, after being stomped on. Mario and Luigi themselves get this if they're crushed by a Thowmp in the 3D platformers.
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Bubbly Clouds
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Bubbly Clouds: World 5 in Super Mario Bros. 3 and some of the bonus stages.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The franchise has its own page.
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Series Goal
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Series Goal: The goal is usually for Mario and Luigi to rescue Princess Peach and save the Mushroom Kingdom.
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1.0
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Mushroom Man
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Mushroom Man: Several characters, including Goombas and Toads (unless you subscribe to the idea that the Toads are only wearing mushroom caps).
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Fan of Underdog
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Fan of Underdog: Though the series' Butt-Monkey and usually in his brother's shadow, a few odd characters appear showing nothing below complete admiration for Luigi. A Toad in Super Mario 64 DS idolizes Luigi and will only grant the player a Power Star if you chat as him.
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Loads and Loads of Races
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Loads and Loads of Races: Mario's world has over four hundred species, many of them sentient and most unique to the setting.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5171abed
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The Caligula
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The Caligula: Bowser in the RPGs.
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Empowered Badass Normal
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Empowered Badass Normal: Mario and Luigi, with a little help from the Mushroom Kingdom's flora and fauna. In addition, the revelation in Yoshi's Island DS that the two (plus five others including Bowser himself) have extraordinary power gifted to them by the stars.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_539ae07a
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Replacement Mooks
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_53d34a28
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Replacement Mooks: Congratulations on rescuing the Princess, Mario. Why not play again? Huh? Goombas? What's that?
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Shades of Conflict
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Shades of Conflict: Black-and-White Morality is most common in the games about Mario, Luigi, or Yoshi. Those characters, Princess Peach, the Toad race, other Yoshis, Rosalina and the Lumas are all good, and anyone else who helps them is generally good as well. Bowser (both his adult and baby versions), King Boo from Luigi's Mansion, and other characters who oppose the Mario Brothers and his close friends are generally evil. Likewise, Donkey Kong and the other Kongs in his games are good while King K. Rool and other opponents of the Kongs are evil. Wario is the one playable character in the franchise generally portrayed as "gray" or villainous, so his games usually have Black-and-Gray Morality or Evil vs. Evil. Some characters like Waluigi, Nabbit and Birdo have an alignment that varies from game to game.
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Foul Flower
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Foul Flower: Although Piranha Plants are modeled after Venus flytraps, there are some, such as recurring boss Petey Piranha, that have a mane of petals, giving them a more flower-like appearance.
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Le Parkour
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Le Parkour: Mario is getting increasingly better at it, with 3D games and New Super Mario Bros. (both of them) having the Wall Jump mechanic and triple jumps. As far as fan games go, Super Mario DX: Blue Twilight has the wall jump and triple jump, though only the triple jump is present in Super Mario 63 for some reason.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_54cc6b24
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1.0
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Plot Coupon
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Plot Coupon: Five-pointed stars in 3D games.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5527dc0c
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5527dc0c
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Sliding Scale of Silliness vs. Seriousness
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_553c27bb
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Sliding Scale of Silliness vs. Seriousness: Most definitely at the silly/rule of cool end of the scale; the best answer to whether something will happen in a Mario game is whether it looks cool or funny.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_553c27bb
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_553c27bb
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Evil Living Flames
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Evil Living Flames: Donkey Kong: The first Mario game of all is also the first to feature such enemies, in the form of fireballs with eyes that hop out of burning oil drums and chase after Mario as he tries to reach Donkey Kong. Debuting in Super Mario Bros., Lava Bubbles (also called Podoboos) are living fireballs with no features besides simple eyes, which often act as hazards in fire-themed levels. They're usually passive — most appearance just have them jumping in and out of lava, only hurting Mario if he runs into them — but the RPG games such as Super Mario RPG and the Paper Mario series have them as more aggressive enemies that actively attack Mario and resemble floating candle flames. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door also has Embers, evil blue flames related to Lava Bubbles that act as minions to the undead pirate Cortez. Super Mario Bros. 2 has a boss version with Fryguy, a living flame entity that constantly spreads fire through its chamber. It's also an Asteroids Monster as, once it's hit three times with Mushroom Blocks, it will split into four smaller sentient embers that chase the player's character, and for each of them defeated the remaining ones will move faster. Super Mario Bros. 3 introduces two enemies of this kind: Fire Snakes are linked fireballs (with the biggest one having eyes and acting as the "head") that hop slowly but constantly towards Mario or Luigi. They appear in the desert levels, and can only be defeated with a Starman or a large projectile (Koopa Shell or Hammer). Hot Foots are a kind of fire-based enemy resembling a living flame, found in later fortresses. They normally wait in candles, but when one of the brothers comes close the flame will hop off the candle, sprout legs and try to run into the brother in question to damage him, standing still if the player turns to look at it.
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Gratuitous Japanese
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Gratuitous Japanese: In the initial Western releases of Super Mario All-Stars, the box art image for Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels was an edited version of the Japanese box art with some of the Japanese text replaced with the English title and other parts of it moved around. However, whoever did the editing must either not have been able to read Japanese or not cared (since the resolution makes it hard to read anyway), since the remaining Japanese text, which was half of the banner reading "Family Computer Disk System", ended up saying, essentially, "Ter Disk System".
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Airborne Mook
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5560dbb5
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Airborne Mook: Koopa Paratroopas, Lakitus, Bullet Bills, and many more.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5560dbb5
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5560dbb5
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Everything's Better with Penguins
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_55c0b038
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Everything's Better with Penguins: Since Super Mario 64, penguins have regularly appeared as Mario's friends. There was even a Penguin Suit power-up in New Super Mario Bros. Wii. Averted, however, with 1995's Yoshi's Island, in which penguins are frustrating platforming elements in an already frustrating ice world.
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Super Speed
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5768d31
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Super Speed: Quite a few characters, the fastest being Yoshi. Mario's not much slower, and Peach isn't much slower than him.
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Green Thumb
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_57c25438
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Donkey Kong - Green Thumb? His maps are universally Jungle themed as the trope namer and his attacks typically involve wood and fruit (barrels and bananas). Shock and Awe in Strikers Charged.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_57c25438
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White-and-Grey Morality
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White-and-Grey Morality: Though in some instances, while Mario and company remain on the good side (or at least they're Nice Guys), Bowser is greyed up a bit, making him more of an Anti-Villain. His minions are not The Evil Army (some aren't even allied with Bowser at all) and are firmly in the grey area. They're just doing their job, and will gladly have get togethers in the Mushroom Kingdom in their free time.
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Minsky Pickup
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_58f20f50
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Minsky Pickup: The classic Super Mario Bros. theme starts with a variation of this.
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Slippy-Slidey Ice World
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5914d5dd
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Slippy-Slidey Ice World: World 4 in Super Mario Bros. 2, World 6 in Super Mario Bros. 3...
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Enemy Mine
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Enemy Mine: There are several occasions where the brothers team up with Bowser to defeat a stronger enemy.
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Creator Thumbprint
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Creator Thumbprint: Of all trends, catching rabbits for special items.
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Sliding Scale of Adaptation Modification
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Sliding Scale of Adaptation Modification: The few tie-ins Mario gets tend to share core elements from the games, but not much else. The Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr adaptations in Saturday Supercade land somewhere between being an In Name Only and Pragmatic Adaptation, especially since they were made before the Mario series had truly established its iconic style and identity. On one hand, it barely uses anything from the games, but on the other hand, there was barely anything to work with in the first place, and having Mario be both the hero and the antagonist of two different segments running alongside each other just wasn't going to fly. The DiC cartoons vary between being In Name Only and Recognizable Adaptations. The Great Mission to Save Princess Peach is a Recognizable Adaptation. The core plot is the same as the first game and the anime art style is consistent with the series at large, but it throws in a lot of changes to both the story and the characters personalities, most egregiously with Luigi's personality and the relationship of Mario and Peach. The comic book adaptations are consistently Recognizable Adaptations. The live action movie is a bizarre In Name Only adaptation that plays fast and loose with the source material.
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Advanced Tech 2000
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Advanced Tech 2000: Luigi uses a vacuum called a Poltergust 3000 to hunt ghosts in Luigi's Mansion.
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Successful Sibling Syndrome
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Successful Sibling Syndrome: Luigi fits this to a T. When you've got Mario for a brother, your definitely going to feels overshadowed. In fact, Nintendo has intentionally used this very trope in some of the games. On one occasion, it was shown that Luigi was actually very popular and famous throughout the Mushroom Kingdom, yet somehow, Bowser and the Koopas still can't remember his name. Despite this Luigi and Mario are very close, and Mario is actually his brother's inspiration.
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Video Game Flight
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Video Game Flight: Numerous examples throughout the series. Just check the page for plenty of descriptions.
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Audience Murmurs
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Audience Murmurs: The title screen for All-Stars.
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The Smurfette Principle
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comment
The Smurfette Principle: A villainous example; if a game includes a female on Bowser's side, she's probably the only lady baddie in that game. Examples include Wendy O. Koopa, Birdo, Kamella, Glamdozer, Pom Pom, and Harriet.
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_5d753b19
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Batman Can Breathe in Space
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comment
Batman Can Breathe in Space: A few of Mario's adventures takes him and his friends into space. Most of the time they're just fine without spacesuits. Although there are a few instances where that's not the case.
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Implied Love Interest
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comment
Implied Love Interest: In the early days of the franchise, Mario had a penchant for getting romantically involved with any and all of his damsels in distress, but this has since been abandoned. Since then, Nintendo has refused to outright declare Mario and Peach a couple in the general canon, but nonetheless produces dozens of hints, statements, and status enhancements over the course of its many games. In Mario Party 5, Mario and Peach are called the "Cutest Couple". In Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Super Sluggers, they share status enhancements, namely chemistry, as they are buddy players. In Mario Power Tennis, given it has the most number of voiced lines out of all (all of it) Mario games, Mario outright professes his love for Peach in her trophy winning sequence, and she responds with a smile and blows a kiss. In Mario's own winning sequence, Peach kisses him on the cheek. In Paper Mario, one of the Toads tells Mario to take Peach on a date to Shooting Star Summit.
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Uniqueness Decay
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Uniqueness Decay: Green Stars, in their first appearance in Super Mario Galaxy, could be counted on one hand, with there only being three total. Super Mario Galaxy 2 uses Green Stars as Post-End Game Content, and in doing so increases the number to the Mario-traditional 120. Super Mario 3D World uses Green Stars as a substitute to the Star Coins and Star Medals, and more than triples the number to 380.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_608b26d
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Nintendo Hard
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Nintendo Hard: Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels is just the hardest of them, but others can be punishing as well.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_62259825
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_62259825
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_62f5731e
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Stuck in Their Shadow
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Stuck in Their Shadow: Luigi has gone from a Palette Swap to a Lesser Star to this, but this is the only state that's been acknowledged in-universe. According to Bowser's Inside Story, even Bowser tends to forget his name, referring to him as "Green 'Stache."
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_62f5731e
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_62f5731e
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_66dfe36a
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Missing Mom
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Missing Mom: The mere fact that Bowser has offspring of any numbernote It was long held that the Koopalings were Bowser's children until Shigeru Miyamoto decided to retcon Bowser Jr. as his only son raises the question of who the mother is. Peach being the only prominent female in the series with any relationship to Bowser has led to a rather unfortunate number of Epileptic Trees involving her and the Koopa King, not helped by her highness' failure to deny Bowser Jr.'s outlandish declaration that she was his mother. Over a decade after Sunshine raised the topic, Miyamoto joked that he himself was Jr.'s mother in an interview.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_66dfe36a
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6a9475c1
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Dub-Induced Plot Hole
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Dub Induced Plothole: Bullet Bills are called "bullets" within non-Japanese/Korean versions of the game because of their resemblance to bullets that move slowly through the air (a fact often pointed out in parodies and the like). This is because they're more like bullet-shaped missiles than actual bullets, a fact more obvious with their modern design (which added a rocket-like fuse on their ends), the fact that they act as their red counterparts the "Bulls-Eye Bill" (or "Missile Bill") in some games and the fact that they have alternate variations which look a lot more like missiles. They were very likely never meant to be bullets in the first place, as obvious in their Japanese and Korean names being "Killer". Subverted when it comes to the round "Goombas" that appeared in Super Mario World. They aren't Goombas, but a similar enemy species that just happened to share the same name as their mushroom-shaped counterparts, as made clearer with their Japanese name Kuribon. When they reappeared within Super Mario 3D World alongside their standard-shaped counterparts, their names were retconned into "Galoombas" in an attempt to avoid confusion. To make it clear about this being a retcon, not only does a tip within Super Smash Bros. outright state they're Galoombas and not Goombas, the voice that sings the name of the stage elements within Super Mario Maker calls them "Galoombas" outright if the style is set to Super Mario World (due to them being replacing the Goombas from the other three in-game styles).
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6a9475c1
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b35bdff
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Serious Business
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b35bdff
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Serious Business: They take their soccer seriously in the Mushroom Kingdom. As in, they need to put up force fields to protect the spectators.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b35bdff
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b35bdff
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b6ac319
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Painfully Slow Projectile
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b6ac319
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Painfully Slow Projectile: Bullet Bills. And every other projectile that isn't made by a player. Even LASERS.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6b6ac319
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6bda9a30
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Meaningful Name
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6bda9a30
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Meaningful Name: Every single character, species, place, item, or anything that isn't Mario himself has one.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6bda9a30
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1.0
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type
Breath Weapon
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Breath Weapon: Bowser's trademark and most often used attack. He's not the only one. Many other characters like the Reznor and Petey Piranha (who has goop breath) also qualify. The Koopalings have this ability in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Bowser Jr. was once underdeveloped in this power, but has finally shown mastery of it in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
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Beware the Silly Ones
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Even Bowser deserves a mention underneath all the ham. He is Great Demon King Koopa after all, and can cause major damage when he's actually trying. He tries on two separate occasions to remake the universe in his own image, which is exactly what Dimentio wanted to do, but old Bowser did it by stealing from a god with nothing but his Airship fleet and his army. Dry Bowser is him resurrected as a huge demonic skeleton. Even his most basic characterization is, ultimately, that of a vicious Stalker with a Crush. And of course, there's Giga Bowser....
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Lemony Narrator
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Lemony Narrator: Whoever writes the descriptions for the various treasures of the Wario franchise is clearly amused with the oddball items he comes across.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6d57a234
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Punny Name
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Punny Name: Luigi's name comes from a play on the Japanese word "ruiji", meaning "similar".
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6d7026fa
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6de438eb
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The Everyman
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_6de438eb
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The Everyman: Mario and Luigi.
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Tertiary Sexual Characteristics
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Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Several of the baddies, but especially Wendy. Pom Pom to an extent as well.
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Extreme Omnivore
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Extreme Omnivore: Yoshi again; just for starters, he can swallow nearly any enemy whole. Because of his cute and lighthearted portrayal, it never dawns on some people just how much of a vicious predator Yoshi actually is...
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Pair the Spares
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Pair the Spares: Back in the day, Peach also blew kisses to Luigi, as he was just a Palette Swap of his brother. Mario also was said to be romantically involved with almost any princess he meets in a given adventure (notably Daisy). Years passed, and with Mario and Peach being all but appointed as the Official Couple, now and then some games like to hint Luigi and Daisy being at least interested in each other, even though they never had a main adventure to reinforce this; given Luigi's development to Lovable Coward and Daisy's more apparent portrayal as a Tomboy, they are presented as a Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy example. In Open Tournament Golf, Daisy caddied for Luigi just as Peach did for Mario. In Mario Tennis (Nintendo 64), when choosing Luigi in the doubles tournament mode, his default partner will be Daisy. Their team names from the Mario Party series include: "Steady Sweeties", "Tango Tanglers", and "Shy Sidekicks". The most glaring hint, as it was for Mario and Peach, was in Mario Power Tennis, with her rollerblading and receiving her trophy from Luigi. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, Daisy's trophy biography states: One more glaring hint: In Mario Kart Wii, the track Daisy Circuit features a giant golden statue of Luigi dancing with Daisy, holding hands. Another golden statue depicts Baby Luigi dancing with Baby Daisy, also holding hands (unless the statues were replaced by your Miis). Luigi has also been teased with Rosalina, but examples of these are far fewer and are only apparent in the Super Mario Galaxy games.
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Traveling-Pipe Bulge
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Traveling-Pipe Bulge: In several games except for NES or SNES.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_70d8269d
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Excuse Plot
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Excuse Plot: Shigeru Miyamoto feels that too much of a plot gets in the way of what makes Mario fun, as trying to understand complex backstories and plots could ruin the light, cheerful feel of Mario. The very reason for the way most Mario games' plots are put together was vaguely lampshaded by Bowser in Super Paper Mario, when he says the major plot points in the game make his head hurt.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_70d8269d
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Token Human
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_71538259
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Token Human: Most of the characters in the series are non-human creatures. Oftentimes the only re-occurring human characters are Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Wario, Waluigi and Rosalina.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_71538259
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Up to Eleven
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_71a223fc
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Wario takes this Up to Eleven, being cartoonishly obese.
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Man-Eating Plant
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7215c26c
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Man-Eating Plant: Piranha Plants and all of their varieties.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7215c26c
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1.0
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Springs, Springs Everywhere
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_72294ed1
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Springs, Springs Everywhere: And often springboards can even be carried. Also features other pieces of environment that have functions of a springboard.
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_72294ed1
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Ermine Cape Effect
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Ermine Cape Effect: Unless it's a sports title (and sometimes not even that's an exception) or she's using a suit power-up (as of Super Mario 3D World), Peach always wears her royal dress.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7302acc9
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7302acc9
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Iconic Item
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_737394ab
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The caps in particular also have serious value as Iconic Items; in Luigi's Mansion, it's one of the clues left behind by Mario, while the Luma from Super Mario Galaxy 2 will make off with Mario's or Luigi's hat as a keepsake.
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Almighty Janitor
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_73ef9ef3
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Almighty Janitor: Mario and Luigi, natch. Each of them are heroes of global renown, but are content to live in a humble home and be plumbers.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_73ef9ef3
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_73ff2cc5
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Just Eat Him
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_73ff2cc5
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Just Eat Him: King Boo disguised as Bowser. Bowser can eat enemies and let Mario and Luigi take care of them in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_73ff2cc5
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Nurikabe
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_741ab03c
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Nurikabe: Whomps, Thwomps and Wallops are based on nurikabe, being animated blocks of stone that make themselves a nuisance by getting in Mario's way — or by attempting to crush him under them. In the Mario Party series, they often block pathways just like the real Nurikabe.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_741ab03c
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Vile Villain, Saccharine Show
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Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Omnicidal Maniac (Dimentio) and Eldritch Abominations (the Shadow Queen and the Dark Star) as two examples of genuinely terrifying villains in a usually cutesy series. Even Bowser deserves a mention underneath all the ham. He is Great Demon King Koopa after all, and can cause major damage when he's actually trying. He tries on two separate occasions to remake the universe in his own image, which is exactly what Dimentio wanted to do, but old Bowser did it by stealing from a god with nothing but his Airship fleet and his army. Dry Bowser is him resurrected as a huge demonic skeleton. Even his most basic characterization is, ultimately, that of a vicious Stalker with a Crush. And of course, there's Giga Bowser.... The Shroobs in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. Alien Invaders willing to attack innocents, subject the population to a Fate Worse than Death and attack or kill babies? That'd be horrifying enough in a game set in a dystopia.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7431b974
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7431b974
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Tomboy Princess
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_75898be8
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Tomboy Princess: Daisy is described as a tomboy within the series, although Peach has moments of this as well.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_75898be8
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Multiple Demographic Appeal
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_767caf1f
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Multiple Demographic Appeal: Most main games are meant to be enjoyed by people of all ages.
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Real Men Wear Pink
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7a3dd888
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Real Men Wear Pink: Roy, probably the biggest and most intimidating of all the Koopalings, has a pink shell, pink head, and pink old-lady sunglasses. His shell is recolored purple in New Super Mario Bros. Wii, but he keeps the pink head and glasses.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7a3dd888
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Black and White Morality
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Black-and-White Morality: The usual basic shade of conflict in the series. The Mario Bros are the heroes who set out on adventures to stop Bowser, who is the villain through and through.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7abd339f
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Pinball Spinoff
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7ba4675e
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Pinball Spinoff: Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. Mushroom World by Gottlieb. Mario Pinball Land for the Game Boy Advance.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_7ba4675e
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Laughably Evil
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Laughably Evil: Bowser fits this in the spin off games and RPGs. However, in the main platforming series, he's portrayed in a much more serious manner. Aside from Bowser, many of the villains who originated from the spin-offs and RPGs fill in this spot. Cackletta and Fawful in particular take it Up to Eleven (though one could say that Fawful takes it Up To Twelve).
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever
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Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: All of the bosses from the Yoshi's Island games. Also, the boss of World 4 in New Super Mario Bros. was a Mega-sized Boss Goomba, and Giant Land from Super Mario Bros. 3 thrived on this trope, as it's... Giant Land. And the "Huge" side of Tiny-Huge Island in Super Mario 64. Bowser himself in New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Super Mario Galaxy 2.
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Platform Hell
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Platform Hell: The Lost Levels is the only official game to so much as approach this level of overall difficulty, but we'd be here all day if we tried to list all the fan hacks that can be classified as this. Some of the late-game levels throughout the series come close as well, especially those in the special worlds.
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Invincibility Power-Up
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Invincibility Power-Up: Starmen/Super Stars.
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Badass Mustache
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Badass Mustache: Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi. The Mario & Luigi series of games have "'Stache" as a character stat. Improving said stat will get you cheaper prices in shops, as shopkeepers respect and admire a well-groomed mustache. It also let you get in more critical hits. Super Mario 64 DS exaggerates this trope into a Running Gag. The game suggests that the reason Yoshi can't do some of the moves the other three have is purely due to the lack of a mustache. Some of the bosses are very proud of theirs, too; King Bob-omb prefers only to fight fellow mustachioed fellows if he has the option, and Chief Chilly is so obsessed with the subject that he judges the worth of people on the quality of their facial hair, even Yoshi if you somehow manage to cheat the Dino into his level.
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Shared Universe
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Shared Universe: With Donkey Kong Country and very loosely with Wario Land, and WarioWare.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Bowser whenever he has voice acting (especially in Super Mario Sunshine). Most of Bowser's hammy lines come from the RPGs, though. Bowser's antics are very reminiscent of a pro wrestler, saying things like: and
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Mercy Invincibility
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Mercy Invincibility: Apparent in most of the main games.
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Spikes of Doom
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Spikes of Doom: These things are present rather commonly in games.
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin
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Also, the boss of World 4 in New Super Mario Bros. was a Mega-sized Boss Goomba, and Giant Land from Super Mario Bros. 3 thrived on this trope, as it's... Giant Land.
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World of Chaos
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World of Chaos: While later games tried to establish a viable, somewhat fantasy universe, the first one just plunged you right into a world where you were a plumber of Italian descent who must rescue a "Princess Toadstool" by defeating a turtle-dragon while killing evil walking chestnuts with eyes, turtles with wings, carnivore plants growing out of green pipes, and other similar enemies. Oh, and if you eat a mushroom which comes out of a shining floating block with a question sign, you grow twice as large, and if you pick a flower, you can shoot bouncing fireballs. Jumping stars, climbable beanstalks, walking on clouds and jumping several times your height ensues.
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UnWinnable
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Unwinnable: The Minus World (world -1) in the original. A later Japanese release on the Family Computer Disk System 'fixed' this by virtue of its Minus World happening to be beatable. Super Mario All-Stars and Super Mario Bros. Deluxe removed the world entirely. (The Famicom Mini and Virtual Console releases of the game do have the Minus World, however, as they are faithful emulations of the original game.)
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Songs in the Key of Panic
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Songs in the Key of Panic: Hurry Music is most commonly used when a timer reaches 100 in most games.
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Fireballs
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Fireballs: A Mario staple. Mario can throw them with the Fire Flower Power-Up, enemies can use them, and there are fireball enemies known as Lava Bubbles (aka Podoboos), which gained eyes later in the series.
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The Usual Adversaries
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The Usual Adversaries: The Koopa Troopas and Goombas, from all the games.
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Quirky Miniboss Squad
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Quirky Miniboss Squad: The Koopalings. Additionally, Count Bleck's minions in Super Paper Mario. The 1337 Hamm3r Bros. from Partners in Time. The Koopa Bros from Paper Mario would count if it wasn't for the fact that they're the main boss battle of their chapter rather than a miniboss.
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They Killed Kenny Again
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They Killed Kenny Again: Bowser is killed or at least put into critical condition in nearly every game, yet he always returns to kidnap the princess.
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Third-Person Person
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Third-Person Person: A recurring trait in most of the main characters. "Mario get you next time!" "Luigi win, Luigi win!"
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Sliding Scale of Realistic vs. Fantastic
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Sliding Scale of Realistic vs. Fantastic: Borderline between Fantastic and Surreal. More Surreal in the first game, more generally Fantastic in later games. However, it depends. You've got the fairly plausible normal Mushroom Kingdom stuff and the Good Egg Galaxy and bits of Isle Delfino, the less plausible Toy Time type levels and Matter Splatter Galaxy, the definitely strange Loopdeeswoop Galaxy... and the big 'what the hell' in Tick Tock Clock and some of the power-ups. This is not counting the cartoon series (The Super Mario Bros Super Show! is WEIRD), and the comic adaptations (Mario as Van Helsing...)
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Took a Level in Jerkass
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The Great Mission to Save Princess Peach is a Recognizable Adaptation. The core plot is the same as the first game and the anime art style is consistent with the series at large, but it throws in a lot of changes to both the story and the characters personalities, most egregiously with Luigi's personality and the relationship of Mario and Peach.
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Your Size May Vary
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Your Size May Vary: And color, too. Different members of the same species can have wildly differing sizes. A good example is the Wiggler enemy, who is normally shorter than Mario, but in some games there will be Wigglers the size of freight trains. Bowser's size varies heavily as well, from being slightly taller than Mario in Bowser's Inside Story, to being the size of a small house in Super Mario Sunshine. An official height chart has him closer to the former, but his size still varies wildly from game to game. Though to a lesser extent, Bowser Jr.'s size varies just like his father's. In spinoffs and his debut appearance in Super Mario Sunshine, he's shorter than Mario, while in the New Super Mario Bros. games, his size is just about Mario's height. In Super Mario Galaxy, however, his size has increased drastically. It's especially noticeable in the cutscene before the final boss battle, where he practically towers over Princess Peach (who, herself, is considerably taller than Mario).
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One-Hit Point Wonder
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One-Hit Point Wonder: In the sidescrolling games, Mario doesn't have a life meter. He starts out one hit away from losing a life, unless he grabs a powerup.
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Colossus Climb
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Colossus Climb: The boss Megaleg in Galaxy. Heavy-Metal Mecha Bowser from the same, as well.
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: A lot of examples, such as Baron Brrr and Kingfin in Super Mario Galaxy, who aren't mentioned or warned about by NPCs like the other bosses.
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Slapstick Knows No Gender
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Slapstick Knows No Gender: Applies to the series in general whenever prim and properly dressed royalty characters like Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, and even the deity-like Rosalina get involved in the platforming action, partaking in the exact same cartoony violence, hijinks, and silliness as the guys. In particular, Peach and Daisy (and Birdo) in Mario Strikers. They catch fire, get electrocuted, crushed, and squashed like any other player. They also suffer the same abuse as everyone else in the various Mario Party and Mario Kart games as well.
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band: The usual heroic cast of the main series platformers. Mario is The Leader as The Champion of the Mushroom Kingdom and face of the group. Luigi is his Lancer and brother, the one most likely to tag along bringing an air of caution to foil Mario's courage. Toad is The Smart Guy who Mario describes as 'the best advisor in-a the business.' He usually helps by providing hints and items in Toad Houses. Yoshi is The Big Guy, as a Power Up Mount much more potent abilities than the brothers on their own, able to walk on spikes, flutter jump, and eat baddies. Peach is The Chick, as the pure-hearted Implied Love Interest to The Leader, that gets kidnapped so the others can save her, rarely being playable herself. After the Galaxy series Rosalina occasionally acts as a Sixth Ranger, with the presence of a Big Good.
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Prolonged Video Game Sequel
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Prolonged Video Game Sequel: Super Mario Bros. 3 repesents a massive length upgrade compared to its three predecessors (Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels and Super Mario Bros. 2), featuring 90 levels. None of the other games in the platform series has that many (the closest is New Super Mario Bros. U with 82). Super Mario Maker 2 has 120 levels in Story Mode, whereas the original's 10 Mario challenge only has 56note 68 in the Coursebot, as neither the 8 sample levels unlockable via making and editing levels nor the 4 NWC courses are available in the 10 Mario Challenge (though the 3DS version rose the amount to 88note 100 in the Coursebot, as World 19 is exclusive to that part of the game).
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EvilIsDumb
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Evil Is Dumb: Almost any time a villain joins the heroes, come to think of it...
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Pre-Rendered Graphics
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Pre-Rendered Graphics: Most Mario sports games have intro cutscenes that are rendered using the in-game engine. However, Mario Kart 64, Mario Golf Toadstool Tour, Mario Power Tennis, both Mario baseball games, and Mario Kart Wii use pre-rendered intros (although for MK64, the in-game engine was used to create the intro, but was still pre-rendered video).
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Aristocrats Are Evil
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Aristocrats Are Evil: Too many examples to list, but we'll start with King Bowser Koopa. Princess Peach is an exception, though, and she's a major character. There's also the kings in Super Mario Bros. 3, Bow the Ojou Boo in Paper Mario, and actually a lot of others, too. King Croacus from Super Paper Mario is zigzagged, pursuing an extreme enslavement policy of the neighboring country, though he's not entirely responsible for his own actions.
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Big Bad
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Throughout the series, Bowser is presented as either straight up evil, Laughably Evil, a Friendly Enemy, the Butt-Monkey or simply a Jerkass. The "evil" Bowser is almost always when he's the main villain, the other categories is when a new (usually once-off) villain appears, in which Bowser is drastically toned-down.
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Bat Family Crossover
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And of course, as mentioned before, the frequent Bat Family Crossovers with Donkey Kong Country and Wario's games (and the Miis that were first created from the Wii).
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Adventure Duo
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Adventure Duo: Mario and Luigi whenever Luigi isn't a Palette Swap.
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Egocentric Team Naming
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Egocentric Team Naming: Unless you go with the "Mario Mario and Luigi Mario" explanation.
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Shapeshifting Heals Wounds
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Shapeshifting Heals Wounds: Getting a Fire Flower powerup allows Mario to gain two hitpoints / Single Use Shields, since getting hit while in Fire Mario form drops him to his Super Mario form rather than the standard Mario one.
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Our Founder
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Our Founder: Bowser's statues. Not quite it, but similar in spirit.
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Geodesic Cast
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Geodesic Cast: Starting with Mario Tennis on the N64 bringing in Daisy and Waluigi to act as Peach and Wario's doubles partners, and doubled down on in Mario Kart: Double Dash, most characters have at least one counterpart if not several that you could build a table off of. The most commonly enforced is the sidekick (Mario-Luigi), but there's also the gender counterpart (Mario-Peach), the Junior Counterpart (Mario-Baby Mario), exaggerated twin that mirrors and amplifies certain characteristics (Mario-Wario) and archenemy (Mario-Bowser). Between all these, everyone should be able to pair up with at least one person in a party game.
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Level 1 Music Represents
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Level 1 Music Represents: World 1-1. One of the most famous video game songs ever made, and effectively the theme of the series.
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1.0
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1.0
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Princesses Prefer Pink
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Princesses Prefer Pink: 90% of every outfit Peach has ever worn.
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1.0
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1.0
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Eating the Enemy
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Eating the Enemy: A tactic many enemies will try to do to you. Across the various series, these include the Pirahna Plants, Cheep Chomps, Lungfish, Sockops, and Sandoons. Yoshi from Super Mario World and the Yoshi's Island series is a Big Eater dinosaur who swallows enemies with his long sticky tongue and turns them into eggs. Yoshi's New Island takes it Up to Eleven by introduce massive objects like Mega Guys which he can use to create large Eggdozers. Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door: Hooktail, the evil dragon that haunts Petalburg Meadows, was infamous for tricking enemies on the verge of defeating her than gobbling them up when their guard is down. Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga: Attempted by Bowletta during the final boss fight. She pretends to be defeated, only for a bomb to knock out the bros, and she inhales them up. Unfortunately, this became her undoing, as it lead to a Womb Level where the bros were able to take on her heart and destroy it, thus ending Cackletta for good. Super Mario RPG: Belome, a dog like monster found in Kero Sewers, will eat your party members after a while. Fortunately, Mario and the other members can beat him into spitting them out. Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story: After eating the Vacuum Shroom, Bowser gains the ability to suck things up Kirby-style. This ability is essential in a lot Bowser's boss fights. Super Mario 3D World introduces the potted Pirahna Plant which characters can pick up and use to eat other enemies, including ones that can't be beaten normally like Fuzzies. They can even eat other Pirahna Plants.
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Double Jump
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Daisy: Has a normal jump height, but can Double Jump.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9b53f32
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Exposed to the Elements
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Exposed to the Elements: Mario can navigate through levels with hot and cold climates without any apparent problems adjusting to the temperature, and is also able to breathe underwater in the 2D games and Super Mario 3D Land and 3D World, but not any other 3D games. It's only when he goes into outer space (such as in Super Mario Land 2 and Super Paper Mario) that this really becomes an issue (though even this is given an exception in Super Mario Galaxy).
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9b54d536
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Evil Counterpart
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9b54d536
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Evil Counterpart: Wario for Mario and Waluigi for Luigi.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9b54d536
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9b54d536
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Took a Level in Badass
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Took a Level in Badass: Bowser in Super Mario Galaxy and Bowser's Inside Story. Luigi in his Luigi's Mansion series.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9bd8f6c8
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Nested Mouths
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9bd8f6c8
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Nested Mouths: Some Piranha Plants have small inner mouths that shoot fireballs.
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1.0
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Rule 34
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9be2ef69
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Rule 34: To put into perspective, one out of five fan works involving Peach, Daisy, Rosalina, or Bowser is Not Safe for Work.
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Story Overwrite
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9d2a873b
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Story Overwrite: The endings of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World have you in Super form, no matter which form you cleared either game with.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9dab0a6e
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Continuity Nod
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9dab0a6e
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Continuity Nod: Only on occasion, the most obvious one being Princess Peach's Castle, which seems to now have a mostly consistent design as of Super Mario 64.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9dab0a6e
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9dab0a6e
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9df812ad
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Tiny Guy, Huge Girl
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9df812ad
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Though to a lesser extent, Bowser Jr.'s size varies just like his father's. In spinoffs and his debut appearance in Super Mario Sunshine, he's shorter than Mario, while in the New Super Mario Bros. games, his size is just about Mario's height. In Super Mario Galaxy, however, his size has increased drastically. It's especially noticeable in the cutscene before the final boss battle, where he practically towers over Princess Peach (who, herself, is considerably taller than Mario).
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9df812ad
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9df812ad
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9e0b9695
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Flight
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9e0b9695
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Averted in the original Super Mario 64, where at least one level allows Mario to wear both the Metal and Vanish caps simultaneously, and the game can be hacked to enable both these and the Wing cap.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9e0b9695
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One-Man Army
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9e943076
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One-Man Army: Mario/Luigi are usually the only ones to save the princess. And kick everyone's asses while doing it.
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Camera Screw
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9ed0412a
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Camera Screw: Super Mario 64 had a notorious camera. It was gradually fixed over the course of the series with the other 3D games.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9f39630a
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Laborious Laziness
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9f39630a
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Laborious Laziness: Wario is made of this trope. In fact, Nintendo Power commented on it once in a preview of Wario: Master of Disguise.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9f39630a
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_9f39630a
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0396574
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Rogues Gallery
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0396574
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Rogues Gallery: Mario has built up a gallery of his own over the years. It includes: Bowser, Donkey Kong, Wario, Bowser Jr., Kamek, King Boo, Fawful, Petey Piranha, the Koopalings and Waluigi.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0396574
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0396574
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0955420
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She's a Man in Japan
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0955420
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She's a Man in Japan: Birdo and Vivian in Paper Mario 2.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0955420
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Digital Piracy Is Evil
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Digital Piracy Is Evil: Mario guest stars in one quirky anti-piracy advertisement.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a0cf200f
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a121abc7
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Respawning Enemies
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a121abc7
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Respawning Enemies: But hey. At least you won't feel bad about kicking the tar out of them.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a121abc7
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a121abc7
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a15544ce
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Living Lava
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a15544ce
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Living Lava: Several of these appear in video games from the franchise, most commonly in Lethal Lava Land-type levels. Lava Bubbles are enemies found in almost any installment from the franchise. They're living fireballs with two black eyes who jump in and out of lava. Blargg, recurring enemies first seen in Super Mario World, are red-orange dinosaur-like creatures living inside lava. Magmaarghs, debuting in Super Mario Galaxy 2, are related creatures literally made out of molten lava, allowing them to pass directly through and around solid obstacles. They've since appeared in other games, always in the same role. They hide inside lava pools and surge out when the player passes by, attempting to devour them when they pass too close. Other varieties include the Magmaws, smaller and with more simplistic facial features they're essentially plumes of lava with gaping mouths and dot eyes, and the fishlike Charvaarghs, which breach out of lava like jumping dolphins to try and eat Mario.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a15544ce
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Skeleton Government
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Skeleton Government: Aside from Princess Peach and some advisors, we do not get much information about the ruling of the Mushroom Kingdom. We even seldom see the Princess actually doing the ruling. The rare games where the administrative parts of the kingdom can be glimpsed are in the Mario & Luigi saga, which show the relations between officers of the Mushroom Kingdom and the Beanbean Kingdom.
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Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal
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Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Many non-human characters fall under this. The Broodals in Odyssey are an aversion, being rabbits in complete outfits.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a236dd4c
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a236dd4c
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a2cd1e60
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Bold Inflation
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a2cd1e60
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Bold Inflation: Done in many later games, whether it is colors, text size, wavy/shaky text, small icons next to certain words, or other tricks.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a2cd1e60
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Canon Discontinuity
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a32334b4
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In Mario Power Tennis, given it has the most number of voiced lines out of all (all of it) Mario games, Mario outright professes his love for Peach in her trophy winning sequence, and she responds with a smile and blows a kiss. In Mario's own winning sequence, Peach kisses him on the cheek.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a32334b4
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One-Hit Kill
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a414c3f0
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One-Hit Kill: Generally, in the 2D games, falling into lava is this (while being squashed isn't), while in the 3D games, it's the other way around.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a414c3f0
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You Don't Look Like You
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a4e3759e
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You Don't Look Like You: One infamous cover◊ for a German Super Mario World strategy guide has Mario inexplicably dressed as a Roman centurion and Yoshi looking...um...
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a4e3759e
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a5439ea9
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Cool Crown
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a5439ea9
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Cool Crown: Peach, Daisy and Rosalina wear these. King Mooks also have crowns, notably King Boo, King Bob-omb, Whomp King and Goomboss.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a5439ea9
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Petal Power
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a5d78540
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Daisy - Petal Power
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Ascended Extra
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a65288e2
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Ascended Extra: Luigi started off as little more than a Palette Swap of Mario, and would you just look at him now. We're proud of you, buddy.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a65288e2
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Pain-Powered Leap
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a68d74b1
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Pain-Powered Leap: This happens to Mario whenever he touches the lava in 3D platform games, beginning with the Lethal Lava Land in Super Mario 64.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a68d74b1
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Parallel Porn Titles
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a7189582
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Parallel Porn Titles: Two porn movies based on the series were made, Super Hornio Brothers and Super Hornio Brothers 2. Nintendo themselves actually bought the rights to these movies to make sure they would never be released again.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a7189582
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Giant Mook
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Giant Mook: All the baddies in Giant Land in Super Mario Bros. 3, as well as various bosses and minibosses from throughout the series.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a8826e1e
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Heart Beat-Down
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Peach - Heart Beat-Down
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Space Master
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a96c2803
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Rosalina - Space Master of course.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_a96c2803
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Mordor
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_aa2bd65c
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Mordor: The surrounding area of Bowser's castle in any game. Even when it's Peach's castle.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_aa2bd65c
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_aa2bd65c
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_af3ea0e3
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Face–Heel Turn
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Face–Heel Turn: Mario in Donkey Kong Junior. Luigi in Super Paper Mario. Part of the backstory of Goombas is that they were once allies of the Mushroom Kingdom before defecting to Bowser's army, though the Paper Mario series shows some friendly Goombas living in harmony with the kingdom.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_af3ea0e3
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Avenging the Villain
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_af5f2180
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Avenging the Villain: Bowser Jr. in Super Mario Sunshine and New Super Mario Bros.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_af5f2180
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Malevolent Mugshot
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Malevolent Mugshot: Most of Bowser's Castles, airships, and a lot of other stuff has his face as an icon.
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Always Night
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Always Night: Every Ghost House (in Super Mario World and the New Super Mario Bros. series) and every haunted house stage in a spinoff (Luigi's Mansion, being a haunted house game, also counts). As well as Bowser's kingdom (Dark Land) in Super Mario Bros. 3, Big Boo's Haunt in Super Mario 64 and far too many more to list. Dark Land, in particular, is especially noteworthy for somehow managing to be Always Night DESPITE the sun's presence in one level.
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Evil Sounds Raspy
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Evil Sounds Raspy: The various Magikoopas have high-pitched, raspy Voice Grunting.
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Omnicidal Maniac
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Omnicidal Maniac (Dimentio) and Eldritch Abominations (the Shadow Queen and the Dark Star) as two examples of genuinely terrifying villains in a usually cutesy series.
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Grimy Water
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Grimy Water: Ever since New Super Mario Bros., most forest areas can be expected to contain varying amounts of purple death water. Mostly it's only implied to be poisonous swamp goo, but in Mario & Luigi: Dream Team it's visibly electrified. In Super Mario Sunshine, large bodies of water in Ricco Harbor and Noki Bay are filled with black graffiti-paint that doesn't dissolve and hurts Mario when he touches it, forcing him to take long, out-of-the-way routes.
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Widget Series
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Widget Series: Really, the main reasons these games make sense to us is because we're used to it, and that there are much, much weirder things that come out of Japan. Miyamoto once admitted that, despite creating the franchise, he continues to be mentally frustrated by the fact that blocks float in midair.
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Trapped in Another World
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Trapped in Another World: A possible interpretation of the series, Mario and Luigi are clearly Italian, and are said to have grown up in Brooklyn in older American media. Yoshi's Island, however, shows them as being from the Mushroom Kingdom since birth. Since then, the 'Brooklyn' idea has only been mentioned a few times, but the games as a whole simply don't treat the origins of the Bros. as very important.
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Airplane Arms
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Airplane Arms: Mario's default running animation since Super Mario Bros., and later games gave him the ability to fly with a sufficient running start.
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Thin Chin of Sin
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Thin Chin of Sin: Waluigi has a long pointy chin that accentuates his Lean and Mean appearance.
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Evil Overlord
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Evil Overlord: Bowser, with his Mordor-esque kingdom, corrupted populace (Goombas), undead soldiers, sorcerers, ominous castles, and dungeons aplenty. In an odd subversion of one of the evil overlord's most common traits, all his subjects seem to love him, though, at least in the RPGs. (They do comment on some of his more annoying traits sometimes, but that doesn't seem to make them facetious about liking him.)
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: The Koopalings were this for a couple of years. After Hotel Mario of all games, they stopped appearing in almost any capacity except re-releases. They appeared briefly in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, but it wasn't until New Super Mario Bros. Wii that they finally started appearing regularly one more. However, Word of God said that Nintendo does not currently consider the Koopalings to be Bowser's children, which is likely because Bowser Jr. assumed their original role. There was a period between Super Mario World and Luigi's Mansion where Luigi was subjected to this. But it is no longer the case now. Toadsworth hasn't had a major role in a game since Mario Super Sluggers.
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Treasure Is Bigger in Fiction
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Treasure Is Bigger in Fiction: With impractically large coins.
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King Mook
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King Mook: Many bosses in the series are giant (and frequently aristocratic) versions of a regular enemy.
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Plant Mooks
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Plant Mooks: Several of the series' enemies qualify, such as the Goombas, Piranha Plants, and Pokeys. And the Toads of the Mushroom Kingdom count as a heroic example.
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Living Structure Monster
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Living Structure Monster: There are the Whomps, which are based on the Nurikabe from Japanese folklore, and Wallops and Walleyes in 3D Land and 3D World, respectively.
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In a Single Bound
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In a Single Bound: Mario is so famous around the Mushroom Kingdom that people he's never seen before know him by his distinctive jump. Despite Luigi's jumping being visibly higher, Toad insists in Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time that Mario is the best.
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Fiendish Fish
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Fiendish Fish: Cheep Cheeps are the basic underwater enemies throughout the franchise, looking like round red fishes with feathered pectoral fins and a yellow mowhawk-like dorsal fins. They have many, many subspecies and some individuals acted as bosses in the series, like Cheepskipper in New Super Mario Bros. and the Big Cheep Cheep in Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
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Weaponized Offspring
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Weaponized Offspring: In a heroic example, the Yoshis use their eggs as projectiles. Birdo has this trademark move of shooting eggs out of her mouth in Super Mario Bros. 2 and yellow Paragoombas in Super Mario Bros. 3 attack by releasing Micro Goombas from the air.
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Negative Continuity
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_bd8aa92a
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Negative Continuity: Shigeru Miyamoto stated that the reason for no continuity between games is because it would limit development of future games in the series.
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Pinball Zone
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_be314fdb
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Pinball Zone: Waluigi Pinball and Bowser's Pinball Machine.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_bea77379
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Youkai
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_bea77379
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Youkai: The classic Koopa enemies are named and slightly based on Kappas, and Mario gets a Tanuki Suit in Super Mario Bros. 3 (and Luigi swaps that for a Kitsune costume as of Super Mario 3D Land).
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_bea77379
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Sand Is Water
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Sand Is Water: Super Mario 64 (The Trope Namer for Shifting Sand Land) Another possibly ridiculous example from Mario Teaches Typing has Mario do the front stroke swimming through quicksand with a somewhat goofy expression. Many subsequent Mario games use the same idea again, for instance Dry Dry Desert in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. Bone-Dry Dunes in Mario Kart 8 is surrounded by sand, with a crew of Toads on a pirate ship that throws coins onto the track. One part of the "Slipsand Galaxy" level from Super Mario Galaxy 2 had Mario navigate a large river of quicksand on top of a large bird-shaped raft while at the same time avoiding the cacti and Magikoopas dwelling in the quicksand.
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Big
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Big "NO!": In Mario Superstar Baseball, upon losing a game in challenge mode, Mario will let one of these off.
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Cute Little Fangs
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Cute Little Fangs: Some of the enemies have these.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c335b301
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Wart, the Big Bad from Super Mario Bros. 2. Justified in that Subcon is a dream world, though part of its bestiary is known to exist in the Mario real world. Tatanga, another platformer Big Bad unrelated to Bowser, appeared in two games and, like Wart, some obscure comics... then he disappeared.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c33ba0a8
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Armless Biped
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Armless Biped: Goombas.
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Nice Hat
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c5249c79
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Nice Hat: As much a staple as the Badass Mustache above, Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi all wear these. Some games make the hat a game mechanic. In Super Mario 64, Mario was able to lose his hat to some enemies or even large gusts of wind, and without it, he would take extra damage. In 64 DS, Toad warns that to lose it will bring bad luck; there's also a mechanic in 64 DS that allows one character (say, Mario) to transform into another (Luigi or Wario) by donning the latter's cap. The caps in particular also have serious value as Iconic Items; in Luigi's Mansion, it's one of the clues left behind by Mario, while the Luma from Super Mario Galaxy 2 will make off with Mario's or Luigi's hat as a keepsake.
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Pipe Maze
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Pipe Maze: Some games feature this sort of scenery. Super Mario Bros. 3 provides us with the most extreme example of this trope with the penultimate world, Pipe Land. Guess what every single level in this world is.
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Scoring Points
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Scoring Points: The 2D games have point scores. Most of the 3D games instead track the most coins you've obtained in a level (with Super Mario Galaxy extending this to the most coins in each individual mission, given that a different number are possible to collect in most missions), as well as your best scores and times in minigames and races. Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Super Mario 3D Land however, track your fastest time in each level instead.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c75df49a
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Shout-Out
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c75df49a
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Shout-Out: See here
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Universal-Adaptor Cast
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c7a9137e
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Universal-Adaptor Cast: The Mario cast doesn't just adapt to narrative genres, they adapt to video game and gameplay genres too. Shigeru Miyamoto once said that he considers the characters in the Mario franchise as essentially being less like characters in a single coherent story, and more like a troupe of actors that can be cast in a wide variety of roles depending on the game, directly comparing it to this trope's pervasiveness in Golden Age-era western animation.
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My Species Doth Protest Too Much
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c8bea4ec
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My Species Doth Protest Too Much: Outside of the main platformer games, enemies act as background NPCs or playing characters/partners.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c8bea4ec
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Spin-Off Babies
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c8cdde7c
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Spinoff Babies: The Yoshi's Island series, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, and the various sports and Mario Kart games include younger versions of the characters.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c8cdde7c
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I Know Madden Kombat
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I Know Madden Kombat: Chargin' Chuck, a football Koopa Troopa from Super Mario World.
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Non-Human Undead
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Non-Human Undead: A staple of the series is the Dry Bones, a reanimated Koopa skeleton. The Paper Mario series adds variations of Dry Bones, along with other Non-Human Undead (e.g. Bonetail from The Thousand Year Door and Bonechill of Super Paper Mario). New Super Mario Bros. 2 introduced a Bone Piranha Plant.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_c98c5622
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Informed Ability
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Informed Ability: Does going through pipes count as plumbing?
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Xylophones for Walking Bones
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Xylophones for Walking Bones: Dry Bones, the skeletal enemies, make xylophone-like sounds when they fall apart and reassemble themselves.
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Fakeout Escape
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_ccd7abf5
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Fakeout Escape: In Super Mario Adventures, Princess Toadstool fools the Koopalings into coming into her cell with a Ceiling Cling, then beats them up and locks them in.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_ccd7abf5
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Bottomless Pits
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_cea7fc1
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Bottomless Pits: These are everywhere in the platformers. Most of the levels in the 3D games take place on floating areas, so the entire level is over a bottomless pit.
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Loads and Loads of Characters
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d2bff11f
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Loads and Loads of Characters: Taken to its logical extreme in Mario Super Sluggers, with 41 individual characters (12 captains and 29 team players, without counting the color-swapped ones, like Yoshis and Koopas), as well as incorporating the Donkey Kong Country cast (even K. Rool is playable). The only downside of having so many memorable faces is that they have to rotate from time to time. Regulars like Daisy, Diddy, Birdo and Waluigi are bound to miss a game or two eventually. Heck, even main characters like Yoshi or Luigi are also absent occasionally, and we have games where even Mario himself doesn't show up at all.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d2bff11f
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Our Monsters Are Weird
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d42fb539
comment
Our Monsters Are Weird: The Goombas, the Chomps, the Angry Sun, Birdo, and many, many others.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d42fb539
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Everything's Better with Plushies
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d4a16b7a
comment
Everything's Better with Plushies: Of course! One prominent manufacturer is San-ei, who have made high-quality plushies of just about every character, enemy, and more. Some of them include a Fuzzy, each of the Koopalings, Cat Peach, Nabbit, and a terrified Luigi with the Poltergust. However, there have been some pretty crappy ones from other companies, still with the official Nintendo seal.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d4a16b7a
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Cowardly Sidekick
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d4df1797
comment
Cowardly Sidekick: Luigi in the DiC cartoons and various post-Luigi's Mansion games. Example: Mario & Luigi.
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1.0
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d4df1797
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Elemental Shapeshifter
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comment
Elemental Shapeshifter: In Super Mario Bros. 3, Mario could turn into a statue with the Tanooki Suit. It turned him invincible, and he could kill nearly anything by falling on it. This element returns in Super Mario 3D Land.
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1.0
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1.0
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Proactive Boss
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comment
Proactive Boss: In the 2D games, Bowser often sends fireballs at Mario from offscreen as he gets closer.
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1.0
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1.0
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White Void Room
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White Void Room: The room behind the mirror in Super Mario 64 DS.
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1.0
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1.0
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Color-Coded Multiplayer
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Color-Coded Multiplayer: Luigi was created as a Palette Swap of Mario so that the players could tell each other apart.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d5a66181
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Law of 100
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Law of 100: The Bros. series and coins, which usually grant lives, and in 64 and Sunshine, a Power Star/Shine Sprite in each level. The Galaxy games apply this to Star Bits as well.
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1.0
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1.0
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Cumulonemesis
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d65defec
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Cumulonemesis: The series has plenty of cloud enemies. Just to name a few, we have the Fwoosh, the Ruff Puffs, the Foos, the Thundercloud...
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d65defec
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d65defec
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d6a84ac8
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Villainous Badland, Heroic Arcadia
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comment
Villainous Badland, Heroic Arcadia: The games typically have Princess Peach's castle and the Toads' village in pleasant hilly grasslands with clear blue skies, while Bowser's domain is a barren mountainous wasteland dominated by dark skies and rivers of lava.
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1.0
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Subverted Kids Show
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Subverted Kids Show: Among the many games and radio programs exclusive to the Satellaview was Shitamachi Ninjō Gekijō, a virtual magazine done by a cult humorist that featured things like Toad having oral sex with Princess Peach and Mario lighting up a smoke after stomping Peach, all illustrated with photos of Mario plushes. Thanks to Mario's kid-friendly reputation, Nintendo is understandably less than eager to remind people of the program's existence.
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White Gloves
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d92701be
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White Gloves: Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Wario, Daisy, and Waluigi love to wear them.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_d92701be
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Star-Shaped Coupon
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_da01ca40
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Star-Shaped Coupon: 64, Galaxy, and the Party series see you collect Power Stars. The RPGs have various star-shaped objects as well. Sunshine has Sun Shaped Coupons, which might be considered close enough.
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Action Bomb
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_dae3999d
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Action Bomb: Bob-omb, living explosive characters that won't hesitate to explode if they're provoked (and sometimes they willingly explode anyway).
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_dae3999d
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1.0
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1.0
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Animesque
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Animesque: Inverted. The characters are designed in a Western cartoon style similar to The Golden Age of Animation, and are always voiced in English in the games whenever they speak intelligibly. Many people easily forget that Super Mario is a Japanese series. The Japanese influences mainly come in the call backs to culture and mythology through power ups and enemy characters, and the facial expressions of characters. Super Mario Odyssey lampshades the Mario series' influence with the extremely-western Metro Kingdom and the heavily Feudal Japan-based Bowser Kingdom, which both happen to be the larger kingdoms in the game.
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1.0
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Princess Classic
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_db361e64
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Princess Classic: Peach started out like this, but now is more a spoof of this trope, especially in the Paper Mario games.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_db361e64
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A God Am I
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
comment
A God Am I: Rosalina, a little girl who inexplicably gained gravitational abilities as well immortality, falls under this category.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_dc1761bd
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1793de
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Updated Re-release
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1793de
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Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury (2021; Updated Re-release for Nintendo Switch)
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1793de
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1793de
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1a0454
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Fantasy Pantheon
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1a0454
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Fantasy Pantheon: The Star Spirits seen in Paper Mario.
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_df1a0454
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Fungus Humongous
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e0e3579a
comment
Fungus Humongous: Many games have levels with giant mushrooms that act as platforms.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e0e3579a
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e0e3579a
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e0e3579a
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e2c4b927
type
Dub Name Change
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e2c4b927
comment
Dub Name Change: Most of the characters and enemies, and even a couple of the power-ups ("Super Mushroom" and "Super Star" became "Magic Mushroom" and "Starman"). Princess Toadstool's Japanese name eventually made it to America (and was actually combined with her English name, making her Princess Peach Toadstool) and so did the power-ups' names ("Magic Mushroom" was changed almost immediately, but "Starman" held out longer), but all of the other names stuck. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the enemy Red Bones was called "Bloody Hone Noko" (Bloody Dull Bones) in Japan. The name was changed to remove the notion of a bloody death.
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e2c4b927
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type
Authority Equals Asskicking
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e34ada78
comment
Authority Equals Asskicking: There are both heroic (Princess Peach, Rosalina) and villainous examples (Bowser). All of them leaders of their respective groups (Toads, Lumas, and Koopas), all of them the strongest fighters.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e34ada78
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e34ada78
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Care-Bear Stare
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e36da329
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Yoshi - Care-Bear Stare
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e36da329
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Fartillery
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e3a5d345
comment
Fartillery: Wario. Hold your nose, everyone!
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e3a5d345
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CloudCuckooLand
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e4318055
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Cloud Cuckoo Land: Face it, the Mushroom Kingdom barely makes sense... Or it does in strange ways.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e4318055
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e4318055
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e4318055
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e43c66bd
type
Art Evolution
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e43c66bd
comment
Several characters in the various franchises can move a lot quicker than their mass might lead you to believe, most of all, our protagonist, Mario. His slightly pudgy plumber's physique belies a leaping ability beyond compare, while Super Mario 64 made him into quite the track-and-field athlete, way before Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. Over time, his design has given him a slimmer look, although that could mainly be due to Art Evolution.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e43c66bd
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e43c66bd
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5421161
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Expy
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5421161
comment
Expy: Waluigi looks and acts a lot like Dick Dastardly.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5421161
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5421161
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5448c9
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PimpedOutDress
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5448c9
comment
Pimped-Out Dress: Peach's dress starts out simple, but grows more elaborate as graphics in the games advance. Daisy's similar dress is also elaborate. Rosalina's dress is on the mild end of this trope.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5448c9
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5448c9
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5448c9
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e567510d
type
Determinator
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e567510d
comment
Determinator: Bowser's been dropped into lava multiple times (twice in one game, the second time as a skeleton), sent plummeting of a cliff, had his vehicle explode while he was in it, thrown into an airborne bomb, tossed into the center of the sun, and been sucked up by a black hole. And he still hasn't died. It's even lampshaded in Super Paper Mario.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e567510d
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1.0
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Not-Drowning Skills
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5bb2929
comment
Super Not-Drowning Skills: In the 2D games and Super Mario 3D Land.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5bb2929
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5d37e0f
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Divergent Character Evolution
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5d37e0f
comment
Divergent Character Evolution: Most of the prominent human characters appear to be based on Mario (Luigi, Wario and Waluigi) or Peach (Daisy and Rosalina). However, all of them have since developed into their own distinct characters.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5d37e0f
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5d37e0f
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e5d37e0f
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e63fa5f9
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Red/Green Contrast
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e63fa5f9
comment
Red/Green Contrast: The titular brothers wear clothes in red (Mario) and green (Luigi). Mario is portrayed as a classic fearless Primary-Color Champion who jumps into action on a minute notice, while Luigi scares much easier, but is portrayed as heroic because he jumps into action despite being scared.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e63fa5f9
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1.0
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e63fa5f9
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e8d730c4
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Easily Conquered World
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e8d730c4
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Easily Conquered World: The Mushroom Kingdom. All Bowser has to do is sneeze and boom, new game to play.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e8d730c4
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e8d730c4
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e8d730c4
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e9d6eff8
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Cool Airship
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e9d6eff8
comment
Cool Airship: The Koopas sometimes attack in what are essentially flying pirate ships.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e9d6eff8
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e9d6eff8
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_e9d6eff8
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
type
Sequel Number Snarl
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
comment
Sequel Number Snarl: Every flavor you can imagine - Oddly Named Sequel cases which then get their own numbered sequels, spin-offs, plus the snarl between the two different games called Super Mario Bros. 2 (so while everyone calls the same game Super Mario Bros. 3, it's actually not the third game of the series).
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
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1.0
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eaa1c5b5
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb7c34cf
type
Crossover
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb7c34cf
comment
Crossover: Besides the obvious: Mario Hoops 3-On-3: Super Mario Bros. and the Final Fantasy series. Though none are actual named Final Fantasy characters. They're based on classic races and classes: White Mage, Black Mage, Ninja, Cactuar and Moogle. Continued in Mario Sports Mix. All the Final Fantasy-based characters return and a Slime from the Dragon Quest series joins the cast. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Super Mario Bros. and the Sonic the Hedgehog series. Idataki Street DS & Fortune Street: Super Mario Bros. and the Dragon Quest series. NBA Street V3 and SSX On Tour: Super Mario Bros. and EA Sports BIG. And of course, as mentioned before, the frequent Bat Family Crossovers with Donkey Kong Country and Wario's games (and the Miis that were first created from the Wii).
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb7c34cf
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1.0
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1.0
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb7c34cf
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb8ec7c8
type
Jerkass
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb8ec7c8
comment
Jerkass: Wario and Waluigi.
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eb8ec7c8
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type
RPG Elements
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_ebe55efb
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RPG Elements: The portable sports spin-offs have your character's stats increase as they level up.
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_ebe55efb
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1.0
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1.0
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_ebe55efb
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The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything
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comment
The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Mario and Luigi are plumbers. Have you ever seen them do any actual plumbing within their canon? Not likely. The only artifacts left that imply that they're still plumbers are their outfits and the fact they travel through pipes. This is brought up in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. When Mario and Luigi first arrive at Beanbean Castle, Lady Lima drops them into the basement and asks that they fix the building's broken pipes: "You ARE plumbers, aren't you?" This turns out to be a case of Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!, as "Lady Lima" is actually Cackletta (the Big Bad) in disguise, and repairing the castle's plumbing is the key to disabling the security system of the Beanstar, which she plans to steal. This is defied by the intro cutscene of Super Mario 3D World, where Mario and Luigi whip out a hammer and a wrench to fix a crooked Clear Pipe on the castle grounds.
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Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_ee7ed46e
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise) / int_eea93c96
type
Blow You Away
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Waluigi: His powers range from: Create tornados, summon a pool of water from absolutely nowhere, swim in mid-air, create blinding smoke from his body, create illusions of size and trajectory, shoot the symbol in his hat, hypnotize the world by dancing, etc. Bear in mind, they have no explanation whatsoever.
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A Dog Named "Dog": There are entire species which have individual members who use the species name for their own. Toad, Yoshi, and Luma are good examples, but there's also Koopa Troopa, Paratroopa, Birdo, Boo, Dry Bones, etc.
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Decomposite Character: In order to increase the player roster for sports spin-offs and other multi-player Mario games, a good number of alternate forms of Mario and some other characters have been made into separate characters with little explanation to why they're there alongside their normal selves. Some examples include the Baby cast members, Metal Mario, Dr. Mario, Tanooki Mario, Gold Mario, Cat Mario, Pink Gold Peach, Cat Peach, and Dry Bowser. Metal Mario has even been subject to some Divergent Character Evolution. Captain Toad was declared to be a character distinct from the primary Toad who appears in most spinoffs, but his character evolved from the red Toad of Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy, who was indistinguishable from the original Toad and identified with him by various sources at the time.
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Absentee Actor: Bowser has been so important for the Mario games as a villain that he has only had three absences within the main platformers: Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Land and Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. His role is filled respectively in those games by Wart, Tatanga and Wario. In the NES game, all members of the Koopa Troop are absent as well due to Wart coming along with his own recruited bestiary (the 8-Bits). In a reversal, all Subcon enemies except Bob-Ombs were absent in Super Mario Bros. 3, but more of them would return in subsequent games (whether mainline or Spin-Off).
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New Job as the Plot Demands: Mario became a plumber as a way to Hand Wave the Warp Pipes for transportation.
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Mutually Exclusive Powerups: In 2D platformers, player characters can only have one active power-up at a time, keeping any spares in storage. Averted in the original Super Mario 64, where at least one level allows Mario to wear both the Metal and Vanish caps simultaneously, and the game can be hacked to enable both these and the Wing cap.
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Adorable Evil Minions: Every Mook in the series is cute in some way or another.
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Mushroom House: The series has had the mushroom-like Toads residing in Mushroom Houses since Super Mario Bros. 3. When you visit them, especially in the platformers, you often receive an item for your adventure or play a minigame. This aspect isn't as prevalent in the RPGs, although these still feature Toad Town as a collection of either giant mushrooms carved into houses or houses deliberately built to look like mushrooms.
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Mushroom Samba: The Fuzzies from Yoshi's Island cause Yoshi to stumble around drunk for a little while, screwing up his movements.
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Super Mario 64 DS exaggerates this trope into a Running Gag. The game suggests that the reason Yoshi can't do some of the moves the other three have is purely due to the lack of a mustache. Some of the bosses are very proud of theirs, too; King Bob-omb prefers only to fight fellow mustachioed fellows if he has the option, and Chief Chilly is so obsessed with the subject that he judges the worth of people on the quality of their facial hair, even Yoshi if you somehow manage to cheat the Dino into his level.
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Video-Game Lives: For most of their history, the mainline platformer games in the Super Mario Bros. series have been based on a "lives" system, wherein losing all your lives results in a Game Over and a theoretical loss of progress. As the series has progressed, however, the importance of lives and the consequences of losing them have progressively declined, to the point that 2017's Super Mario Odyssey abandoned the lives system altogether.
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Robot Clown: The Koopa Clown Car has been Bowser's personal weaponized helicopter since Super Mario World. It has a clown face which changes its expression depending on its status. Several variations exist such as the Junior Clown Car for his son and the Koopalings and the "Fire" version starting in Super Mario Maker, but all of them bear the clown face.
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Depending on the Writer: The sentience of Bob-ombs and their ability to regenerate from explosions. Throughout the series, Bowser is presented as either straight up evil, Laughably Evil, a Friendly Enemy, the Butt-Monkey or simply a Jerkass. The "evil" Bowser is almost always when he's the main villain, the other categories is when a new (usually once-off) villain appears, in which Bowser is drastically toned-down.
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 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
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Big Brother Worship / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big, Bulky Bomb / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Creepy-Crawlies / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Door / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Eater / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Fancy Castle / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Friendly Dog / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Good / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Guy, Little Guy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Little Brother / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big Storm Episode / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Big, Thin, Short Trio / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Binomium Ridiculus / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bizarro Episode / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Black Bead Eyes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Black Hole Belly / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blackout Basement / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blatant Item Placement / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bleak Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blonde, Brunette, Redhead / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blow You Away / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Blue Is Heroic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bold Inflation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bonus Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bonus Feature Failure / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bonus Stage / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boom in the Hand / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bootstrapped Leitmotif / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bootstrapped Theme / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Borrowed Catchphrase / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss Arena Idiocy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss Banter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss Bonanza / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss Corridor / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss-Only Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss Remix / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boss Rush / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bottomless Bladder / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bottomless Magazines / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bottomless Pits / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bouncing Battler / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Boyish Short Hair / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brains and Brawn / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bratty Teenage Daughter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breakable Power-Up / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breaking Old Trends / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breakout Villain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breather Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Breather Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brick Break / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bridal Carry / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bright Castle / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brooklyn Rage / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brought to You by the Letter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Brutal Bonus Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bubblegloop Swamp / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Build Like an Egyptian / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Bullfight Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Busman's Holiday / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
But Thou Must! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cactus Cushion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Call a Rabbit a / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Call a Smeerp a / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Calvinball / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Canis Latinicus / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cannibalism Superpower / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Canon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Canon Immigrant / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Hold His Liquor / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Move While Being Watched / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Can't Un-Hear It / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cap / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Capcom Sequel Stagnation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Capital Letters Are Magic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Carpet-Rolled Corpse / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cartoon Creature / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Casino Park / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Catching Some Z's / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Catharsis Factor / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cave Mouth / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Censor Shadow / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cephalothorax / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chained by Fashion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chaos Architecture / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chaotic Neutral / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character Celebrity Endorsement / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Character in the Logo / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Characterisation Click Moment / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chaste Hero / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chaste Toons / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cheated Angle / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Check-Point Starvation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cheery Pink / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chekhov's Volcano / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cheshire Cat Grin / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chest Monster / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chew-Out Fake-Out / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Child Soldiers / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Childhood Friends / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chromatic Arrangement / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Chronic Hero Syndrome / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Circus Synths / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clam Trap / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clean Dub Name / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Climactic Volcano Backdrop / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Climax Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clingy MacGuffin / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clockworks Area / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Legend / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Superman / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clothing Combat / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clueless Aesop / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Clumsy Copyright Censorship / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Coconut Meets Cranium / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Collision Damage / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Color-Coded Characters / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Colour-Coded for Your Convenience / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combat Stilettos / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combat Tentacles / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Combo Platter Powers / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Adaptation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Time / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Comic Trio / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Common Crossover / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Commuting on a Bus / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Company Cross References / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Compilation Re-release / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Compressed Hair / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Console Cameo / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Constructed World / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Contested Sequel / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Continuity Drift / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Continuity Porn / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Airship / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cool Car / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Correspondence Course / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Costume Evolution / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Court Mage / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cowardly Mooks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cowboys and Indians / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crack Fic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cranium Ride / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crate Expectations / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Centipedes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Circus Music / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Crossdresser / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Cute / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy High-Pitched Voice / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Jazz Music / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Creepy Shadowed Undereyes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cross-Cultural Kerfluffle / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Crossover Couple / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cryptic Background Reference / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cumulonemesis / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Curiosity Is a Crapshoot / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cut Song / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute, but Cacophonic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute Clumsy Girl / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute Is Evil / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cute Kitten / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Cutscene Power to the Max / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Daddy's Girl / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Daddy's Little Villain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Damage Discrimination / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Damsel out of Distress / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Damsel Scrappy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dance Sensation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dark Horse Victory / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dark Is Evil / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dastardly Whiplash / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
David vs. Goliath / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dead Fic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dead Weight / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death Is a Slap on the Wrist / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death Mountain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Death of a Thousand Cuts / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Decade Dissonance / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Decomposite Character / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deconstructive Parody / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Defanged Horrors / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Defeat Equals Explosion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Degraded Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deliberately Distressed Damsel / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Deliberately Monochrome / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Delusion Conclusion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dem Bones / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Denser and Wackier / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Depending on the Artist / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Depth Deception / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Descriptiveville / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Designated Victim / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Destructible Projectiles / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Did Not Do the Bloody Research / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Difficult, but Awesome / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Difficulty Spike / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dinosaurs Are Dragons / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disc-One Final Dungeon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disconnected Side Area / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disembodied Eyebrows / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Disguised in Drag / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dishing Out Dirt / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Distress Ball / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Distressed Dude / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ditzy Genius / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Don't Look at Me! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Door of Doom / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Door to Before / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dork Knight / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Double Jump / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Double Unlock / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Down the Drain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Downloadable Content / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dracolich / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dragon Rider / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dragons Prefer Princesses / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dramatic Unmask / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dread Zeppelin / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dream Land / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dream Within a Dream / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dressing as the Enemy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Drill Sergeant Nasty / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Drop the Hammer / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dual Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dub-Induced Plot Hole / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dude, Where's My Respect? / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dueling Player Characters / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dumb Dinos / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dumbass Has a Point / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Dungeon Bypass / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Early Adaptation Weirdness / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Early Installment Character Design Difference / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Earth Drift / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Easy Level Trick / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eating the Enemy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Edible Ammunition / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Edible Theme Naming / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eenie, Meenie, Miny Moai / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eggshell Clothing / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Egocentric Team Naming / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Egopolis / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
'80s Hair / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Electric Jellyfish / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
11th-Hour Superpower / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Elite Mooks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Emerald Power / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Equal-Opportunity Evil / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ermine Cape Effect / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eternal Engine / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everyone Has a Special Move / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everyone is a Super / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everyone Loves Blondes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything Dances / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything Fades / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything Is an Instrument / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything Trying to Kill You / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Plushies / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Everything's Better with Rainbows / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Counterpart Race / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Eyebrows / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Is Bigger / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Is Burning Hot / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Is Hammy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Is Sexy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Living Flames / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Old Folks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Overlooker / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Overlord / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Redhead / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Sorcerer / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Sounds Raspy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Tower of Ominousness / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evil Versus Oblivion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Evolving Title Screen / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exotic Eye Designs / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Expansion Pack World / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Expressive Mask / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Expy Coexistence / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Extended Gameplay / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eye Glasses / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Eyeless Face / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Face Stealer / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Faceship / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Failure Is the Only Option / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fake-Out Fade-Out / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fake Trap / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Famed in Story / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Family Title / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fan Game / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fan of Underdog / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fan Sequel / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fantastic Science / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fantasy Counterpart Culture / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fan Wank / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
/ int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fat and Skinny / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fat Comic Relief / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fat Idiot / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Feed It a Bomb / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fiction 500 / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fictional Earth / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fiendish Fish / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fighting Clown / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Final Boss, New Dimension / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Final-Exam Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fingerless Hands / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Finishing Move / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fire, Ice, Lightning / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
First Installment Wins / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fishbowl Helmet / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Five-Man Band / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flip-Flop of God / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flipping Helpless / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Floating Continent / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Floating in a Bubble / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Floating Limbs / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Floating Platforms / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flower Motifs / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flying Brick / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flying Broomstick / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flying on a Cloud / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Flying Seafood Special / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Foe Yay Shipping / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Follow the Money / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Footprints of Muck / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forced Tutorial / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Foreign Language Title / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forest of Perpetual Autumn / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgettable Character / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgot Flanders Could Do That / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Forgot the Call / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Foul Flower / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fountain of Memes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Four Eyes, Zero Soul / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Four Is Death / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fractional Winning Condition / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fragile Speedster / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Free Sample Plot Coupon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Franchise Somber Spinoff / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Friendly Ghost / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fun Personified / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Fungus Humongous / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Funnel-Mouthed Cephalopod / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Funny Foreigner / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Furry Female Mane / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
G-Rated Sex / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gag Nose / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Game Mod / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Game Show Host / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gameplay Roulette / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gasshole / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gateway Series / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gemstone Assault / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Generation Xerox / int_82676e40
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Generic Doomsday Villain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Genki Girl / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Genre Throwback / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ghastly Ghost / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ghost Butler / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ghost Pirate / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ghost Ship / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Enemy Crab / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Poofy Sleeves / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Giant Spider / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gimmick Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girliness Upgrade / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girlish Pigtails / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Glacier Waif / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Global Currency / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Glowing Flora / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Go for the Eye / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Go-Karting with Bowser / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Go Out with a Smile / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gold Is Yellow / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gonk / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Good Lips, Evil Jaws / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Goomba Springboard / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Goomba Stomp / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grand Theft Me / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grandfather Clause / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Graphics-Induced Super-Deformed / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grapple Move / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Italian / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gravity Barrier / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Great Offscreen War / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Green and Mean / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Green Hill Zone / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grimy Water / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Grotesque Cute / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ground Pound / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Guest Fighter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Gusty Glade / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hailfire Peaks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hair Color Dissonance / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Halloweentown / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hand Wave / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Handy Man / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Happy Circus Music / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Happy Dance / int_8258e260
 Hard Core
seeAlso
Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Levels, Easy Bosses / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hard Mode Filler / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Harmless Enemy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hartman Hips / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hat of Flight / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hat of Power / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Healer Signs On Early / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heart Beat-Down / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heart Container / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hearts Are Health / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heavily Armored Mook / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heli-Critter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hell Hotel / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroes Fight Barehanded / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Heroes Want Redheads / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
High Class Gloves / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
High Collar of Doom / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
High-Pressure Emotion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hijacked by Ganon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hit the Ground Harder / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hobbits / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Homage / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Home Run Hitter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hope Bringer / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hornet Hole / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Horns of Villainy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Horse of a Different Color / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hostage for MacGuffin / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
How the Character Stole Christmas / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Huge Guy, Tiny Girl / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Huge Rider, Tiny Mount / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Human Cannonball / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Humans Are Special / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
100% Adoration Rating / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
100% Completion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hurt/Comfort Fic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hurt Foot Hop / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hyperactive Metabolism / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Arsenal / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Mallet / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I, Noun / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Fell for Hours / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Have Many Names / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Have You Now, My Pretty / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Know Madden Kombat / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
I Was Told There Would Be Cake / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ice Palace / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Item / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Song / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Wipes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Idiot Hair / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Implied Love Interest / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Improbable Age / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Improvised Parachute / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
In a Single Bound / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
In Medias Res / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
In the Style of... / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Incest Yay Shipping / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inconsistent Dub / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Incorruptible Pure Pureness / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Indy Escape / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inexplicably Identical Individuals / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Infinite 1-Ups / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Inflating Body Gag / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Informed Attractiveness / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Informed Equipment / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Informed Flaw / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Instant Expert / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Instant Waking Skills / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interchangeable Antimatter Keys / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interesting Situation Duel / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interface Spoiler / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Internal Homage / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interpretative Character / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interrupting Meme / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interspecies Adoption / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Interspecies Friendship / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Invincibility Power-Up / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Invisible Block / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Invisible Parents / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Iron Butt-Monkey / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ironic Nickname / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
It Will Never Catch On / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Item Get! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's All Upstairs from Here / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Easy, So It Sucks! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Hard, So It Sucks! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's Raining Men / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
It's the Same, Now It Sucks! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jet Pack / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jiggle Physics / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Journey to the Sky / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Jumping Fish / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Junior Counterpart / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Eat Gilligan / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Just Here for Godzilla / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kaizo Trap / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kappa / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kavorka Man / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kid Hero / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kiddie Kid / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kill Streak / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Killer Yo-Yo / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
King Mook / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
King of All Cosmos / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Knockback / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kodomomuke / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kung Fu-Proof Mook / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Kung-Fu Wizard / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Last Lousy Point / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Late Export for You / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Later Installment Weirdness / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Laughably Evil / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lava is Boiling Kool-Aid / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lava Pit / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Law of 100 / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lean and Mean / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lesser Star / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Let Me Get This Straight... / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lethal Lava Land / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Level 1 Music Represents / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Level Ate / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Level in Reverse / int_8258e260
 LifeAtPizzaHut
seeAlso
Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Life Meter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lily-Pad Platform / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Live-Action Adaptation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Living Lava / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Living Legend / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Living Structure Monster / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Loads and Loads of Races / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Local Hangout / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Locked Door / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Locomotive Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lone Wolf Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Long List / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Losing Your Head / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lost in Translation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Love Dodecahedron / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lucky Seven / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Lucky Translation / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Macro Zone / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mad Bomber / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mad Libs Dialogue / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Madame Fortune / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Carpet / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magic Wand / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magical Clown / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magnetic Hero / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Magnificent Moustaches of Mexico / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Make My Monster Grow / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Make Way for the New Villains / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Malaproper / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Malevolent Mugshot / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Man-Eating Plant / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mana / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Maou the Demon King / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Marathon Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Marilyn Maneuver / int_8258e260
 MariosDayJob
seeAlso
Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Marked Bullet / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mars Needs Women / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mascot Mook / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mascot's Name Goes Unchanged / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mass Hypnosis / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mean Character, Nice Actor / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meaningful Name / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mecha-Mooks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mechanical Monster / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Megamix Game / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meme Acknowledgment / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Memetic Hand Gesture / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Memetic Psychopath / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mercy Invincibility / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Meta Twist / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mid-Air Bobbing / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Milestone Celebration / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Militaries Are Useless / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minecart Madness / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mini-Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mini-Dungeon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mini Mook / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minimalist Cast / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Minus World / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Misbegotten Multiplayer Mode / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Missing Secret / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mission-Pack Sequel / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mr. Seahorse / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Modest Royalty / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Modular Franchise / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monster Compendium / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Monster of the Week / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Moody Mount / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook Carryover / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook Maker / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook Promotion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mook-Themed Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mordor / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
More Popular Replacement / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
More Popular Spinoff / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Moveset Clone / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multi-Mook Melee / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multicolored Hair / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multiple-Choice Past / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multiple Head Case / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Multipurpose Tongue / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mummy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Muscles Are Meaningful / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mushroom House / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mushroom Man / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Musical Gameplay / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Musical Nod / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Musical Theme Naming / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mutually Exclusive Powerups / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Mysterious Past / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Named After Somebody Famous / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Namedworld and Namedland / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Narcissist / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Negative Continuity / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nested Mouths / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nested Story Reveal / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Neutral Evil / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Neutral Female / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Never Bareheaded / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
New Game+ / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
New York Is Only Manhattan / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Newbie Boom / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nice Day, Deadly Night / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Night of the Living Mooks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Adaptations Allowed / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Body Left Behind / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Cartoon Fish / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Conservation of Energy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Flow in CGI / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Hugging, No Kissing / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No-Nonsense Nemesis / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Respect Guy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Sidepaths, No Exploration, No Freedom / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
No Yay / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nobody Can Die / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nobody Here but Us Statues / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nominal Importance / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Fatal Explosions / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Human Undead / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Ironic Clown / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non-Mammalian Hair / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Non Sequitur, *Thud* / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Noodle Implements / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nostalgia Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Not So Above It All / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Notzilla / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Number Two / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Nurikabe / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Obvious Crossover Method / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Octopoid Aliens / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ocular Gushers / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Odd Name Out / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Oddball Doppelgänger / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Oh, No... Not Again! / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Old Retainer / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Older Than the Demographic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Once per Episode / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
One-Hit Point Wonder / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
One of These Doors Is Not Like the Other / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
One-Time Dungeon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
1-Up / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only One Name / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Only Six Faces / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Opaque Nerd Glasses / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Opening the Sandbox / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Orchestral Version / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Orcus on His Throne / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Our Monsters Are Weird / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out-of-Character Moment / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Out of the Inferno / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Overarching Villain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Oxygen Meter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Oxygenated Underwater Bubbles / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pac-Man Fever / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Painful Pointy Pufferfish / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Painfully Slow Projectile / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pair the Spares / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Palette Swap / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Palmtree Panic / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pals with Jesus / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pantsless Males, Fully-Dressed Females / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Parallel Porn Titles / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Party in My Pocket / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pass Through the Rings / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Peer Pressure Makes You Evil / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Penguins Are Ducks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Penny-Pinching Crab / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Periphery Hatedom / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Perpetual Smiler / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Petal Power / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum-Induced Stupidity / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pinball Zone / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pink Girl, Blue Boy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pinocchio Nose / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pipe Maze / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Planet England / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Planimal / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plant Aliens / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plant Mooks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Platforming Pocket Pal / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Play the Game, Skip the Story / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Playable Epilogue / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plot Coupon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plot Leveling / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plucky Girl / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Plumber's Crack / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pluralses / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Point-and-Click Map / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pointless Band-Aid / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Poison Mushroom / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pokémon Speak / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Polar Opposite Twins / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Polished Port / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Poorly Disguised Pilot / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pop Culture Urban Legends / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Popular with Furries / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Porn Stache / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Couple Name / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Series Nickname / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Portrait Painting Peephole / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Creep, Power Seep / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Echoes / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Perversion Potential / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power-Up Food / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Power Up Motif / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pre-Order Bonus / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Precision-Guided Boomerang / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Premiseville / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pretty Princess Powerhouse / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Primary-Color Champion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Princess Protagonist / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Princesses Rule / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Progressively Prettier / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Projectile Kiss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Projectile Platforms / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Projectile Spell / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Promoted to Playable / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Prone to Tears / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pronoun Trouble / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ptero Soarer / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Public Domain Soundtrack / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pulling Themselves Together / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pumpkin Person / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Puppet Fighter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Purple Is Powerful / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Pushy Mooks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Puzzle Pan / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Quicksand Sucks / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Racing Ghost / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rainbow Motif / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rainbow Speak / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Raised by Wolves / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rambunctious Italian / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ratchet Scrolling / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rated M for Manly / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Real Men Hate Sugar / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rearrange the Song / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recognition Failure / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Element / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recurring Riff / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recursive Canon / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Recursive Import / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Red and Black and Evil All Over / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Redemption Promotion / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Redhead in Green / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Regular Caller / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Remembered I Could Fly / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Remilitarized Zone / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Remixed Level / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Removing the Head or Destroying the Brain / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Renaissance Man / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Repeatable Quest / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Replaced with Replica / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reptiles Are Abhorrent / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Retaliation Mode / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Retro Universe / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Reviving Enemy / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Rhyming Names / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Riddle for the Ages / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Riddling Sphinx / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ridiculously Cute Critter / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)
hasFeature
Ring-Out Boss / int_8258e260
 Super Mario Bros. (Franchise)