History VideoGame / PaperMario64

26th Mar '17 8:25:00 AM Drope
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26th Mar '17 8:21:25 AM Drope
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* PlotTailoredToTheParty: Every chapter boss has a natural weakness to the partner you obtain in the chapter itself. Some are subtle (Lakilester, who has one of the best method to get rid of Huff n' Puff's pieces. Parakarry also has the best move to handle Tutankoopa) while others are more obvious (Bow, Watt, Sushie).

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* PlotTailoredToTheParty: Every chapter boss has a natural weakness to the partner you obtain in the chapter itself. Some are subtle (Lakilester, who has one of the best method methods to get rid of Huff n' Puff's pieces. Parakarry also has the best move to handle Tutankoopa) while others are more obvious (Bow, Watt, Sushie).
26th Mar '17 7:27:43 AM Drope
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* TreeTrunkTour: The area right before you meet Raphael The Raven.
14th Mar '17 7:04:56 AM morenohijazo
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* CowardlyMooks: Crazee Dayzees will often flee. Not a bad thing though as their lullaby attack can be a pain to defend against.

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* CowardlyMooks: CowardlyMooks:
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Crazee Dayzees will often flee. Not a bad thing though as their lullaby attack can be a pain to defend against.against.
** During chapter 4, Mario eventually comes accross a squad of Shy Guys that will scream their lungs off and retreat once he breaks their barricade (their GirlyScream is also their BattleCry, oddly enough). Some enemies are also prone to running away mid-battle like the Crazee Dayzees from chapter 6.
21st Feb '17 9:23:41 PM Sammettik
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** The credits music for''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_32KA98keSU plays on a radio in Koopa Village.]]
* CanonImmigrant: The Koopa Bros. first appeared in Super Mario-Kun issue #2. Several years before Paper Mario.

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** The credits music for''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' for ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_32KA98keSU plays on a radio in Koopa Village.]]
* CanonImmigrant: The Koopa Bros. first appeared in Super Mario-Kun ''Super Mario-Kun'' issue #2. Several years before Paper Mario.''Paper Mario''.
21st Feb '17 9:08:22 PM Sammettik
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* InconsistentDub: Watt is referred to as both a "he" ''and'' a "she," depending on where the text is. [[WordOfGod Officially]], she's female.

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* InconsistentDub: InconsistentDub:
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Watt is referred to as both a "he" ''and'' a "she," depending on where the text is. [[WordOfGod Officially]], she's female.female.
** The Chancellor from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' and Kalimari Desert from ''VideoGame/MarioKart64'' have reverted to their original Japanese names of "Minister" and "Dry Dry Desert", respectively.
14th Feb '17 4:40:11 PM Gosicrystal
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* LostForever:
** There are three badges (As well as a Jammin' Jelly and a Shooting Star) that can be found during Peach's between-chapter interludes, or by Mario himself at the end of the game. If Peach picks them up but fails to deliver them to Mario by the end of the interlude between Chapters 6 and 7, they'll remain in Peach's inventory and can never be obtained by Mario.
** In the Japanese version, it was possible to be unable to get full completion of the recipes because there was a limited number of Ultra Shrooms in the game. The Gold Li'l Oinks who drop Ultra Shrooms in the international versions dropped Jelly Shrooms--a technically better item, but one that can't be used in cooking.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** There are three badges (as well as a Jammin' Jelly and a Shooting Star) that can be found during Peach's between-chapter interludes, or by Mario himself at the end of the game. If Peach picks them up but fails to deliver them to Mario by the end of the interlude between Chapters 6 and 7, they'll remain in Peach's inventory and can never be obtained by Mario.
** In the Japanese version, it was possible to be unable to get full completion of the recipes because there was a limited number of Ultra Shrooms in the game. The Gold Li'l Oinks who drop Ultra Shrooms in the international versions dropped Jelly Shrooms--a technically better item, but one that can't be used in cooking.
10th Jan '17 12:46:09 PM MegaMarioMan
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* FridgeLogic: InUniverse example. Right when Mario leaves Lavalava Island, Jr. Troopa shows up, having ''swam all the way there''. He misses Mario and has to swim ''all the way BACK to Toad Town''. When Mario fights Jr. Troopa at Toad Town Harbor, his HP will be halved at the start of the battle. After Mario beats him, Jr. Troopa will realize he could've just flown to Lavalava Island and back since he has wings.
25th Dec '16 8:57:56 AM Drope
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* CowardlyMooks: Crazee Dayzees will often flee. Not a bad thing though as their lullaby attack can be a pain to defend against.
3rd Dec '16 4:31:32 PM Cakeman
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* BigNo: The Goomba King says this after Mario defeats him and blows up his fort, as well as the Crystal King.

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* BigNo: The Goomba King says this after Mario defeats him and blows up his fort, as well as the Crystal King. This is more justified in the Crystal King's case because Mario now has access to the final Star Spirit.


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* HeroicMime: Mario does not talk at all, though his partners and everyone else do. Later games have him speak though not through speech bubbles.
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