History Analysis / SuperPaperMario

9th May '18 2:28:46 AM IukaSylvie
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As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become an entirely different person.

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As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, self-destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become an entirely different person.
9th May '18 2:22:59 AM IukaSylvie
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[[AC: ThePowerOfLove]]

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!!ThePowerOfLove



[[AC: The Wedding]]

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[[AC: The Wedding]]
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[[AC: Francis]]

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[[AC: Francis]]
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[[AC: The Pure Hearts]]

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[[AC:Count Bleck/Prince Blumiere]]

As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become an entirely different person.
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[[AC:Count Bleck/Prince Blumiere]]

!!Count Bleck/Lord Blumiere
As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become an entirely different person.
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8th Feb '18 8:54:31 AM Queenofdragons6
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As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become and entirely different person.

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As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become and an entirely different person.
26th Oct '17 6:26:01 AM Aceman777
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26th Oct '17 6:25:28 AM Aceman777
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[[AC:Count Bleck/Prince Blumiere]]

As a villain, Count Bleck has to be the darkest in the entire history of the Mario franchise. His plan is nothing short of complete oblivion of every reality. When shown what will happen if the void does consume everything, all that is left is...nothing. An empty white void. And everyone in that world does not end up in heaven or hell. Everyone is completely removed from existence. Count Bleck's motivation for this all is because his father got rid of the woman he loves. Bleck searched and searched but could not find her. Soon he began to see life as pointless and decided to take it from everyone else. He killed his father, his people, and gave up everything so he could take everything so he could take everything from everyone else. This could be considered a metaphor for how family doesn't always know what is best and what depression and heartbreak can do to a person. They could end up self destructive, depressed, and turn on those who care about them. They could become and entirely different person.
15th Dec '15 3:36:59 AM Ego-Man25
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Th However, this takes a more interesting approach when considering Chapter 7. At the end of the chapter, you learn that Luvbi, the Nimbi you've been escorting to the top, is actually the 8th and final Pure Heart in the game. She was turned into a Pure Heart by her parents, who only ever really wanted a child of their own, or a daughter to be exact. Though she was created in the form to protect the Pure Heart, it ultimately tore them up inside to have them lie to her about who she was or what her purpose was for the world, thus symbolizing parental love towards a child. Her being turned into a Pure Heart once more ultimately symbolizes this fitting phrase: "If you truly love someone, you have to let them go."
15th Dec '15 3:27:49 AM Ego-Man25
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4th Dec '13 3:11:26 PM CyberTiger88
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The game begins with the forced marriage of Bowser and Princess Peach, conducted by Count Bleck. While marriage is usually a pure and beautiful ceremony, an act of creation, this wedding is used only to begin the destruction of the universe. Neither of these characters truly love each other, (though it has been implied that Bowser legitimately likes Peach, but not to the point of love, and it's definitely not true the other way around) so it becomes an abhorrent act. Conversely, Blumiere and Timpani love each other dearly, and their love ''saves'' the universe.

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The game begins with the forced marriage of Bowser and Princess Peach, conducted by Count Bleck. While marriage is usually a pure and beautiful ceremony, an act of creation, this wedding is used only to begin the destruction of the universe. Neither of these characters truly love each other, (though it has been heavily implied that Bowser legitimately likes Peach, but [[VillainousCrush not to the point of love, love]], and it's definitely not true the other way around) so it becomes an abhorrent act. Conversely, Blumiere and Timpani love each other dearly, and their love ''saves'' the universe.



Note that you can meet an ex-toy collector in Flipside - he says he gave up all that when he realised it didn't make him happy, and ended up getting married. He also still owns some of the cute stuff - this reinforces the idea that you can have fun things like that, and still be sane.

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Note that you can meet an ex-toy collector in Flipside - he says he gave up all that when he realised realized it didn't make him happy, and ended up getting married. He also still owns some of the cute stuff - this reinforces the idea that you can have fun things like that, and still be sane.
5th Oct '12 7:42:43 AM lozicle
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As a device to drive the plot, it's suitable for Mario to be searching for "pure hearts."
8th May '12 8:18:27 PM Landis
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The game begins with the forced marriage of Bowser and Princess Peach, conducted by Count Bleck. While marriage is usually a pure and beautiful ceremony, an act of creation, this wedding is used only to begin the destruction of the universe. Neither of these characters truly love each other, (though it has been implied that Bowser legitimately likes Peach, but it's definitely not true the other way around) so it becomes an abhorrent act. Conversely, Blumiere and Timpani love each other dearly, and their love ''saves'' the universe.

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The game begins with the forced marriage of Bowser and Princess Peach, conducted by Count Bleck. While marriage is usually a pure and beautiful ceremony, an act of creation, this wedding is used only to begin the destruction of the universe. Neither of these characters truly love each other, (though it has been implied that Bowser legitimately likes Peach, but not to the point of love, and it's definitely not true the other way around) so it becomes an abhorrent act. Conversely, Blumiere and Timpani love each other dearly, and their love ''saves'' the universe.
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