History Headscratchers / SuperMarioBros

12th Jul '17 11:37:35 PM fugyfruit101
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** Expect him back when the next Mario and Luigi game gets made that isn't a spinoff
12th Jul '17 10:57:39 PM fugyfruit101
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** It's very likely there were other Heros in the past similar to The Mario Bros like the [[PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor 4 Legendary Heros]] who sealed the Shadow Queen
12th Jul '17 10:01:11 PM fugyfruit101
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** Alternate explanation: Count Bleck mentioned the destruction of the Chaos Heart meant the cessation of existence of the Pure Hearts and those linked to them (not just death, full-blown ''cessation of existence''). Is it so implausible that the same thing happened to those linked to the Chaos Heart?

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** Alternate explanation: Count Bleck mentioned the destruction of the Chaos Heart meant the cessation of existence of the Pure Hearts and those linked to them (not just death, full-blown ''cessation of existence''). [[RetGone Is it so implausible that the same thing happened to those linked to the Chaos Heart?Heart?]]
12th Jul '17 9:53:42 PM fugyfruit101
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** Luigi is one hell of a [[HeroWorshipper Hero Worshipper]] and Prince Peasley is as close to a [[KnightInShiningArmor Knight in Shining Armor]] he'll ever get
6th Jul '17 2:38:28 PM 8BrickMario
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29th Jun '17 10:13:49 PM Sammettik
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* Why do so many people refer to enemies as characters, like "Lakitu" or "Spiny", even though they're nameless entities with no personality that are part of large groups of identical creatures? Were early manuals like this, referring to enemies like people instead and it stuck?
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[[folder: Fandom perception- enemy species vs. characters]]
* Why do so many people refer to enemies as characters, like "Lakitu" or "Spiny", even though they're nameless entities with no personality that are part of large groups of identical creatures? Were early manuals like this, referring to enemies like people instead and it stuck?
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29th Jun '17 10:11:27 PM Sammettik
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** Different continuities, for one. And secondly, maybe he wants to solidify Peach's capture this time by wedding her? Perhaps he feels capturing her isn't enough to make her his.

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** Different continuities, for one. And secondly, maybe Maybe he wants to solidify Peach's capture this time by wedding her? Perhaps he feels capturing her isn't enough to make her his.
29th Jun '17 7:28:00 AM 8BrickMario
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[[folder: Fandom perception- enemy species vs. characters]]
* Why do so many people refer to enemies as characters, like "Lakitu" or "Spiny", even though they're nameless entities with no personality that are part of large groups of identical creatures? Were early manuals like this, referring to enemies like people instead and it stuck?




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[[folder: Fandom perception- enemy species vs. characters]]
* Why do so many people refer to enemies as characters, like "Lakitu" or "Spiny", even though they're nameless entities with no personality that are part of large groups of identical creatures? Were early manuals like this, referring to enemies like people instead and it stuck?
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28th Jun '17 10:20:37 AM 8BrickMario
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** Different continuities, for one. And secondly, maybe he wants to solidify Peach's capture this time by wedding her? Perhaps he feels capturing her isn't enough to make her his.

[[folder: Fandom perception- enemy species vs. characters]]
* Why do so many people refer to enemies as characters, like "Lakitu" or "Spiny", even though they're nameless entities with no personality that are part of large groups of identical creatures? Were early manuals like this, referring to enemies like people instead and it stuck?
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13th Jun '17 9:28:04 PM nombretomado
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* Just how advanced is the Mushroom World? In the first games, it seemed like the Mushroom world had a Renaissance-style culture with WorldWarOne-level technology. And yet in [=RPG=]s, ''VideoGame/MarioParty'', and ''Super Mario Strikers'', it seems like their technology was equivalent to ours with a few more advancements.

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* Just how advanced is the Mushroom World? In the first games, it seemed like the Mushroom world had a Renaissance-style culture with WorldWarOne-level UsefulNotes/WorldWarI-level technology. And yet in [=RPG=]s, ''VideoGame/MarioParty'', and ''Super Mario Strikers'', it seems like their technology was equivalent to ours with a few more advancements.
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