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9th Jul '17 6:45:16 PM KoolKoopaGirl
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* In the Chain Chomp boss fight in Mario Party 9, the characters aren't strapped or chained or whatever to their carts. So why don't the people who are facing the Chain Chomp simply bail out of the cart?
1st Jul '17 9:05:08 AM mario0987
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** Shy Guy and Kamek are stated to be working, and playing for, Bowser in 9's Story Mode. So why are they beating up the minions Bowser sends after the heroes and then fighting Bowser Jr. and Bowser himself?
2nd Nov '16 1:21:20 PM dotchan
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** Also, in Mario Party 7, the game Ghost in the Hall has a bit of FridgeHorror. What happens to the characters who 'lose'? To explain, the object of the game is to run through a dark maze in a haunted house to get to the exit, with a lantern (and a few path-blocking Pink Boos) to help you. The winner comes outside. The thing about the game is that, due to the fact it only shows one character outside the house, going inside, this presumably means the other characters are in their own houses. So the losers...well, [[DarknessEqualsDeath don't think about it too much...]]

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** Also, in Mario Party 7, the game Ghost in the Hall has a bit of FridgeHorror. What happens to the characters who 'lose'? To explain, the object of the game is to run through a dark maze in a haunted house to get to the exit, with a lantern (and a few path-blocking Pink Boos) to help you. The winner comes outside. The thing about the game is that, due to the fact it only shows one character outside the house, going inside, this presumably means the other characters are in their own houses. So the losers...well, [[DarknessEqualsDeath don't think about it too much...]]]]
*** However, given that DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist for the Mario universe in general, there wasn't all that much (permanent) trauma involved.
8th Apr '16 6:42:06 AM Dephlogisticate
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***Eldstar doesn't like the fact that Bowser is trolling the players, since Eldstar is the host of the party altogether.
24th Jan '13 7:46:51 PM megazilla
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** In 5, on the last five turns on Bowser's Nightmare, Eldstar complains about Bowser interfering by implementing the last five turn effects. While he might have room complain about that on the other boards, with this, it's HIS BOARD, how is him implementing an event, that's a staple of the series, something he has room to complain about?
29th Dec '12 11:01:20 PM lingomaniac88
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*** One example in Mario Party 7 where the optimal move is to not buy a Star can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohsfScjcd4Q&t=19m37s here]]. Yoshi, who had zero Stars at the beginning of the turn, passed a Star space and landed on a Pink Boo space, which results in you losing a Star (or 10 coins if you don't have one). Had Yoshi bought the Star, he would have wasted 20 coins and given an opponent a free Star. Since he didn't buy the Star, he only lost 10 coins, so he was actually better off both coin-wise and Star-wise!



** One example in Mario Party 7 where the optimal move is to not buy a Star can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohsfScjcd4Q&t=19m37s here]]. Yoshi, who had zero Stars at the beginning of the turn, passed a Star space and landed on a Pink Boo space, which results in you losing a Star (or 10 coins if you don't have one). Had Yoshi bought the Star, he would have wasted 20 coins and given an opponent a free Star. Since he didn't buy the Star, he only lost 10 coins, so he was actually better off both coin-wise and Star-wise!
26th Nov '12 7:22:46 PM lingomaniac88
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** One example in Mario Party 7 where the optimal move is to not buy a Star can be seen [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohsfScjcd4Q&t=19m37s here]]. Yoshi, who had zero Stars at the beginning of the turn, passed a Star space and landed on a Pink Boo space, which results in you losing a Star (or 10 coins if you don't have one). Had Yoshi bought the Star, he would have wasted 20 coins and given an opponent a free Star. Since he didn't buy the Star, he only lost 10 coins, so he was actually better off both coin-wise and Star-wise!
11th Aug '12 12:35:02 PM 493251gen
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** And in Mario Party 5, notice that [[CommutingOnABus DK]] has his own space and this is the only game he sometimes stop Bowser when someone lands on a Bowser space with a punch. And in said game, it takes place in the land of dreams and wishes, so DK's wish is to help people.

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** And in Mario Party 5, notice that [[CommutingOnABus DK]] has his own space and this is the only game where he sometimes stop stops Bowser when someone lands on a Bowser space with a punch. And in said game, it takes place in the land of dreams and wishes, so DK's wish is to help people.
18th Jul '12 3:17:49 PM excellentman7
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*** Maybe it's playing fair? Mario seems to keep his jumping on-par with everyone else here, so it's not completly unfathomable.
7th May '12 8:37:47 AM Folt
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