History VideoGame / PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor

22nd Nov '16 9:06:53 AM crazysamaritan
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*** Her "Lip Lock" attack is called "Sexy Kiss" in the Japanese version.

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*** ** Her "Lip Lock" attack is called "Sexy Kiss" in the Japanese version.


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* HitodamaLight: One chapter is searching for a pirate ghost's treasure. Balls of flame, representing the dead, play a prominent role; attacking the ship at the start and as common enemies throughout the island.
11th Nov '16 10:22:01 PM Squirtle802
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** Finding General White in Chapter 7. You need to backtrack to most major chapter locations out of order, talk to certain characters, and head back to Fahr Outpost. The townsperson you need to talk to can be either a major NPC (the bartender in Glitzville) or a minor one (a Twilight Towner in an innocuous corner), and their hints are designed with the idea you're ''expecting'' a run-around beforehand.

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** Finding General White in Chapter 7. You need to backtrack to most major chapter locations out of order, talk to certain characters, and head back to Fahr Outpost. The townsperson you need to talk to can be either a major NPC (the bartender in Glitzville) or a minor one (a Twilight Towner in an innocuous corner), and their hints are designed with the idea you're ''expecting'' a run-around beforehand. The last hint doesn't even give you a location, just the hint "he said he was tired" which the player is supposed to read as "he returned to his home in Fahr Outpost." Notably, there's nothing in the game prior to this point to notify you the house he's in has anything to do with General White.
7th Nov '16 5:36:00 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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* PopQuiz: A Thwomp in the game's introduction area pops up to ask you some basic questions. Near the end of the same area he returns for Round 2, this time in a cybernetic version.
** TEC tries to get some expression from Peach by using a pop quiz of his own.
7th Nov '16 11:00:25 AM PrincessGwen
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* RealityEnsues: Flavio spent his time pre-Chapter 5 bragging about being the richest man in Rougeport. After the events of Chapter 5, he admits he's now the '''second'''-richest man in Rougeport. That expedition cost money to set up and not having gained any treasure to make up for it obviously hurt his finances. Flavio doesn't seem to mind, having gained the adventure he sought in the first place.

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* RealityEnsues: Flavio spent his time pre-Chapter 5 bragging about being the richest man in Rougeport. Rogueport. After the events of Chapter 5, he admits he's now the '''second'''-richest man in Rougeport.Rogueport. That expedition cost money to set up and not having gained any treasure to make up for it obviously hurt his finances. Flavio doesn't seem to mind, having gained the adventure he sought in the first place.
25th Oct '16 9:01:44 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* EnsembleDarkHorse: InUniverse, Luigi and his "character" were the most popular out of the entire play he was in during his quest.

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* EnsembleDarkHorse: EnsembleDarkhorse: InUniverse, Luigi and his "character" were the most popular out of the entire play he was in during his quest.



* NeverLiveItDown: [[{{InUniverse}} Zess T. always calls out Mario]] for stepping on her contact lens, even in the PlayableEpilogue after he's saved the world.

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* NeverLiveItDown: [[{{InUniverse}} InUniverse, Zess T. always calls out Mario]] Mario for stepping on her contact lens, even in the PlayableEpilogue after he's saved the world.
25th Oct '16 8:52:32 PM Jacob175
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* ContinuityNod: At the beginning of the game, Parakarry from the first ''PaperMario'' game delivers a letter to the Mario Bros. In the [[PlayableEpilogue post-game]], you can meet another of your party members from ''VideoGame/PaperMario64''. There would've been more than just the two, but they were DummiedOut. Jr. Troopa can also be seen in the background of a picture attached to e-mail sent to Mario by Zip Toad. Also, in Hooktail's castle, the note written by a dead Koopa is addressed to his son Kolorado, an NPC in the first game.

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* ContinuityNod: At the beginning of the game, Parakarry from the first ''PaperMario'' ''VideoGame/PaperMario64'' game delivers a letter to the Mario Bros. In the [[PlayableEpilogue post-game]], you can meet another of your party members from ''VideoGame/PaperMario64''. There would've been more than just the two, but they were DummiedOut. Jr. Troopa can also be seen in the background of a picture attached to e-mail sent to Mario by Zip Toad. Also, in Hooktail's castle, the note written by a dead Koopa is addressed to his son Kolorado, an NPC in the first game.



* EatingTheEnemy: 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.

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* EatingTheEnemy: Hooktail, the evil dragon that haunts Petalburg Meadows, was infamous for tricking enemies on the verge of defeating her than then gobbling them up when their guard is down.



** Finding the [[BonusBoss Atomic Boo]]. [[spoiler:Remember the church full of Boos clinging to you and [[MookBouncer sending you back to the entrance]]? You can send them flying with a SpinAttack. Do so until the boss shows up. To the game's credit, is ''tries'' to give to you a clue -- notice how the Boos are ''spinning'' as they crowd you.]]

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** Finding the [[BonusBoss Atomic Boo]]. [[spoiler:Remember the church full of Boos clinging to you and [[MookBouncer sending you back to the entrance]]? You can send them flying with a SpinAttack. Do so until the boss shows up. To the game's credit, is it ''tries'' to give to you a clue -- notice how the Boos are ''spinning'' as they crowd you.]]



** One of the badges you can buy from Charlieton is named "Jumpman". Its brother, "Hammerman" riffs on the idea, but is valid in the same right (picking up the Hammer in ''Donkey Kong'' denied you the ability to jump).

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** One of the badges you can buy from Charlieton is named "Jumpman". Its brother, brother "Hammerman" riffs on the idea, but is valid in the same right (picking up the Hammer in ''Donkey Kong'' denied you the ability to jump).



* NeverLiveItDown: [[{{In-Universe}} Zess T. always calls out Mario]] for stepping on her contact lens, even in the PlayableEpilogue after he's saved the world.

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* NeverLiveItDown: [[{{In-Universe}} [[{{InUniverse}} Zess T. always calls out Mario]] for stepping on her contact lens, even in the PlayableEpilogue after he's saved the world.



* RealityEnsues: Flavio spent his time pre-Chapter 5 bragging about being the richest man in Rougeport. After the events of Chapter 5, he admits he's now the '''second'''-richest man in Rougeport. That expedition cost money to set up and not having gained any treasure to make up for it obviously hurt his finances. Flavio doesn't seem to mind, having gained the adventure he sought in the first place.



** Luigi and the Crazy Cart Race is Kart Racing UpToEleven, until you realize that it's TwistedMetal.

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** Luigi and the Crazy Cart Race is Kart Racing UpToEleven, until you realize that it's TwistedMetal.VideoGame/TwistedMetal.
17th Oct '16 12:05:40 AM lalalei2001
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** Everytime the Magical Map is presented to the Thousand Year Door, it provides Mario with directions to the next Crystal Star. It almost wouldn't qualify for this trope, except that it bestows the Sweet Treat ability on Mario.

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** Everytime Every time the Magical Map is presented to the Thousand Year Door, it provides Mario with directions to the next Crystal Star. It almost wouldn't qualify for this trope, except that it bestows the Sweet Treat ability on Mario.
17th Oct '16 12:02:06 AM Sammettik
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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Lucky gets really angry with cheaters. If you confess to cheating, save the game, cheat again, and confess again, Lucky will actually end the game.

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Lucky gets really angry with cheaters. If you confess to cheating, save the game, cheat again, and confess again, Lucky will actually end the game. [[FissionMailed Well, not really]], but he'll sap 500 of your coins as punishment.
16th Oct '16 11:59:14 PM Sammettik
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** Also the [[spoiler:mysterious lady in the Glitzville juice stand, who is very heavily hinted to be Jolene. Near the end of the game this is confirmed but at that point the woman is actually Prince Mush in disguise.]]

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** Also the [[spoiler:mysterious lady in the Glitzville juice stand, who is very heavily hinted to be Jolene. Near the end of the game this is confirmed but at that point the woman is actually Prince Mush in disguise.]]
16th Oct '16 6:11:36 PM nombretomado
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** An NPC in Petalburg mentions wanting a game called "Paper Luigi". Later, he says that he's playing a new game... called ''Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door''. Oh, and he also finishes it before you do. He also mentions [[FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem]], another game by Intelligent Systems. And at the end of the game? [[spoiler:He's playing ''Super Paper Mario''!]]

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** An NPC in Petalburg mentions wanting a game called "Paper Luigi". Later, he says that he's playing a new game... called ''Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door''. Oh, and he also finishes it before you do. He also mentions [[FireEmblemElibe [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem]], another game by Intelligent Systems. And at the end of the game? [[spoiler:He's playing ''Super Paper Mario''!]]



** There's a kid NPC in Petalburg who goes on about an awesome new video game he's playing. The title? ''FireEmblem''.

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** There's a kid NPC in Petalburg who goes on about an awesome new video game he's playing. The title? ''FireEmblem''.''VideoGame/FireEmblem''.
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