History VideoGame / StreetPassMiiPlaza

12th Jun '18 1:08:56 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PowerUpFood: The whole point of the game is to power up adventurers with delicious meals, as the party's level is based on both number of [=StreetPassed=] Miis and the quality of the meal (example: 10 adventurers x 5* meal = level 50 party).

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* PowerUpFood: The whole point of the game is to power up adventurers with delicious meals, as the party's level is based on both number of [=StreetPassed=] Miis and the quality of the meal (example: 10 adventurers x 5* 5★ meal = level 50 party).
12th Jun '18 1:08:35 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PowerUpFood: The whole point of the game is to power up adventurers with delicious meals.

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* PowerUpFood: The whole point of the game is to power up adventurers with delicious meals.meals, as the party's level is based on both number of [=StreetPassed=] Miis and the quality of the meal (example: 10 adventurers x 5* meal = level 50 party).
12th Jun '18 1:06:50 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* PowerUpFood: The whole point of the game is to power up adventurers with delicious meals.
12th Jun '18 1:05:09 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* BigEater: The Miis you feed seem to have no trouble worfing down Jumbo-sized portions of food that are as big as themselves. And apparently they have a good enough circulatory system that they can eat Jumbo egg-based dishes without any harm to them.

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* BigEater: The Miis you feed seem to have no trouble worfing down Jumbo-sized portions of food that are as big as themselves. And apparently they have a good enough circulatory system that they can eat Jumbo egg-based dishes without any harm to them.dying from all the cholesterol.
12th Jun '18 1:02:30 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* BigEater: The Miis you feed seem to have no trouble worfing down Jumbo-sized portions of food. And apparently they have a good enough circulatory system that they can eat Jumbo egg-based dishes without any harm to them.

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* BigEater: The Miis you feed seem to have no trouble worfing down Jumbo-sized portions of food.food that are as big as themselves. And apparently they have a good enough circulatory system that they can eat Jumbo egg-based dishes without any harm to them.
12th Jun '18 1:02:14 AM LucaEarlgrey
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* BigEater: The Miis you feed seem to have no trouble worfing down Jumbo-sized portions of food. And apparently they have a good enough circulatory system that they can eat Jumbo egg-based dishes without any harm to them.
29th Apr '18 7:37:10 AM Jubileus57
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* WintryAuroralSky: The Oceanora Deep-Sea Cruise lies in frosty waters filled with various iceberg, near the coasts of the Oceanora Island (which features various biomes including a ''tropical beach''). This fishing spot takes place during nighttime and auroras shimmer in the dark skies, completing the polar atmosphere
14th Dec '17 11:37:50 AM Jubileus57
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* BioluminescenceIsCool: The Jack-O'Luna, the Goldenglow and the Neonara are all glowing plants. Fitting, since they are respectively based on a jack-O'lantern, a regular lantern and neon lights respectively.


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* GlowingFlora: Several legendary flowers the Miis can groom emit glistening lights, namely the Jack-O'Luna, the Neonara, the Goldenglow, the Feisty Fireworks, and the Sparklestar. After all they are legendary, so it makes them all the more beautiful. All of them are based on light sources: a Jack-O'Lantern, neons, a lantern, fireworks and a starry sky respectively.
10th Dec '17 4:41:56 PM MegaMarioMan
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* MassOhCrap: The ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiDreamTeam'' puzzle ends with a crowd of characters, good and evil, noticing a [[http://www.mariowiki.com/Sneeze_Wind Sneeze Wind]] Luiginary Work in the background and having "!" bubbles pop up, right before the Work sneezes and blows them all away.



* ScoobyDoobyDoors: The ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' panel features some.

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* ScoobyDoobyDoors: The ''VideoGame/LuigisMansionDarkMoon'' panel features some.Luigi, a [[http://www.mariowiki.com/Greenie Greenie]], and [[https://www.mariowiki.com/Polterpup_(character) E. Gadd's Polterpup]] running through a series of them.


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* TrapDoor: In the ''Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon'' puzzle, Luigi falls into one, before re-entering from the front door.
26th Nov '17 5:14:02 PM Nin10DillN64
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* CharacterSelectForcing: Some levels are specifically designed to have a particular color take advantage of them.
** Level 2-1 contains many stone blocks that take a while to be destroyed unless hit with the Brown Miis' spike shield, which destroys them instantly. The boss of the level, Skully, is vulnerable to the spike shield as well, with his modified ship's block-summoning ability being near-useless against it.
** Level 2-3 favors Black Miis, being filled with enemies that are [[IncrediblyDurableEnemies very durable]] unless [[FeedItABomb fed a bomb]], which deals heavy damage to them.
** Levels 3-1, 4-1, and 4-3 require the use of Light Green Miis if the player wants all the gems; since their Ensnaring Plasma ability has magnetic properties and can pierce through solid ground at Level 3, they are the only Miis that can get the gems stuck in the ground, and are the best choice to destroy the twin submarines in 4-3 simultaneously due to how far apart they are from each other.
** Planet Aquatis, being entirely underwater, gives Blue Miis an advantage and puts Red Miis at a disadvantage, giving the former's [[HomingProjectile Hunting Sharks]] a boost in speed and tracking ability while reducing the range and power of the latter's [[PlayingWithFire Blazing Flame]] ability.



** '''Light Blue''': Rippling Wave

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** '''Light Blue''': [[AnIcePerson Rippling WaveWave]]



* SeriousBusiness: Watering plants. Unlike most examples it's a lot friendlier as no one is actually competing for anything, they just like helping out other gardeners.

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* SeriousBusiness: Watering plants. Unlike most examples examples, it's a lot friendlier friendlier, as no one is actually competing for anything, anything; they just like helping out other gardeners.



* HumansAreBastards: [[spoiler: The alien you rescue from Enigma Cave had this mindset, having witnessed nothing but war and destruction until he came to the Streetpass Islands. After witnessing just how nice the people on the islands are, he changes his mind and decides to call off the eradication of the human race his kind was planning.]]

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* HumansAreBastards: HumansAreFlawed: [[spoiler: The alien you rescue from Enigma Cave had this mindset, believed that humans were all [[HumansAreBastards wicked creatures, having witnessed nothing but war and destruction destruction]] until he came to the Streetpass Islands. After witnessing just how nice the people on the islands are, he changes his mind and decides that humans aren't all bad and that the good ones outnumber the bad ones, and gets his fellow aliens to call off the eradication of the human race his kind was they were planning.]]



* SeriousBusiness: Hobbies are treated seriously enough that everyone always has hobby-related gear on them at all times.

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* SeriousBusiness: Hobbies are treated seriously enough that everyone always has hobby-related gear on them at all times. [[spoiler:This has relevance with the storyline, with [[BigBad Dr. Psymad]] claiming that zombifying the entire planet would create world peace since zombies don't bicker over hobbies, citing his wife leaving him over fights regarding which hobbies are better as an example as to why they should be quashed]].


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* TheGoomba: The Skeleton Scout, who serves as the tutorial on how to use the cannon.
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