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20th Dec '15 7:01:57 PM EclipseTheDragon2K
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* They both appear to be based upon the original UsefulNotes/NintendoDS model, and hints in the prologue imply the events of this game predates ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''[[note]]which, in turn, comes before ''Partners In Time''[[/note]] due to the professor mentioning that he hadn't seen Luigi in a long while. Therefore, it's not much of a stretch to think that these two are the exact same devices.

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* They both appear to be based upon the original UsefulNotes/NintendoDS model, and hints in the prologue imply the events of this game predates ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''[[note]]which, in turn, comes before ''Partners In Time''[[/note]] due to the professor mentioning that he hadn't seen Luigi in a long while. Therefore, it's not much of a stretch to think that these two are the exact same devices.devices.

[[WMG: (Continuing an above WMG,) King Boo was the original owner of Treacherous Mansion when he was still alive.]]
It is possible that he was a regular person, who became a globetrotting adventurer and collected multiple artifacts and mementos. One day he brought home something that was cursed, so after he died (possibly he was murdered by someone who wanted hi wealth?) he became King Boo. Also, the mansion is certainly old enough for a couple centuries to pass at least, and the "strongest paranormal readings ever recorded" would make much more sense if that's where King Boo LIVES (well, exists).
29th Nov '15 7:43:21 PM Cupcakes
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[[WMG: Boos on there own are basically harmless.]]
*Besides the things they're seen doing on behalf of king boo we have yet to see a single boo in the Luigi's mansion series do anything remotely hostile. Boos for the most part seem to be lazy hovering jerks who'd rather hang around and scare people most of the time rather then cause any real dangerous trouble. King Boo just happens to be a psychotic lunatic among them who either convinces or scares them into obedience. Really everything they do can be explained by either room for personal gain, satisfying a grudge, or fear/loyalty regarding King Boo.
18th Jun '15 4:51:00 AM drzoidsquoo
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[[WMG: There was an EldritchAbombination underneath Evershade Valley.]]

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[[WMG: There was an EldritchAbombination EldritchAbomination underneath Evershade Valley.]]
1st Feb '15 5:11:08 AM KarjamP
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** Semi-Jossed: Which mansion Luigi got after the original game is actually [[DependingOnTheWriter Depends On The Writer]] - This game portrays his Mansion as the one he got within the D rank, but the A rank mansion actually appears in one of the VideoGame/MarioKart games.



* No, think about it. There are two mansions, what looks like a hotel mixed with a greenhouse, a mine and an old clocktower. It probably used to be a large town of some kind until ''something'' woke up and sent everybody mad. They started killing each other, which explains all the ghosts, and that left all the various locations empty of human life.

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* No, think about it. There are two mansions, what looks like a hotel mixed with a greenhouse, a mine and an old clocktower. It probably used to be a large town of some kind until ''something'' woke up and sent everybody mad. They started killing each other, which explains all the ghosts, and that left all the various locations empty of human life.life.

[[WMG: The Dual Scream introduced in this game and the handheld Professor E. Gadd uses in VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime are one and the same.]]
* They both appear to be based upon the original UsefulNotes/NintendoDS model, and hints in the prologue imply the events of this game predates ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiSuperstarSaga''[[note]]which, in turn, comes before ''Partners In Time''[[/note]] due to the professor mentioning that he hadn't seen Luigi in a long while. Therefore, it's not much of a stretch to think that these two are the exact same devices.
22nd Jul '14 5:42:14 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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[[WMG: It was the owner of the [[PaperMarioStickerStar Enigmansion]] that bought the King Boo portrait from E. Gadd.]]

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[[WMG: It was the owner of the [[PaperMarioStickerStar [[VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar Enigmansion]] that bought the King Boo portrait from E. Gadd.]]
16th May '14 6:37:48 PM DuskBlaze
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* At the end of the first game, Luigi builds a new mansion in place of the haunted one with the money he's collected. Yet when we see him again, he's living in an ordinary house. This means that either one of the worse endings is canon (Mansion D is used as the model for Luigi's house) or Luigi never wanted a mansion to begin with, so he donated most of his riches to charitable causes and built himself a modest dwelling with what was left over.

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* At the end of the first game, Luigi builds a new mansion in place of the haunted one with the money he's collected. Yet when we see him again, he's living in an ordinary house. This means that either one of the worse endings is canon (Mansion D is used as the model for Luigi's house) or Luigi never wanted a mansion to begin with, so he donated most of his riches to charitable causes and built himself a modest dwelling with what was left over.over.

[[WMG: There was an EldritchAbombination underneath Evershade Valley.]]
* No, think about it. There are two mansions, what looks like a hotel mixed with a greenhouse, a mine and an old clocktower. It probably used to be a large town of some kind until ''something'' woke up and sent everybody mad. They started killing each other, which explains all the ghosts, and that left all the various locations empty of human life.
20th Feb '14 3:07:10 PM Gralien
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**It's pretty well established in the game that the Three Sisters you fight as a MiniBoss were the owners of the Haunted Towers when they were still alive.
15th Feb '14 3:41:32 PM stormcat
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** Hmmm... Is it possible that this collector, upon seeing what he'd brought upon the valley, researched extensively into the paranormal to either locate or create the Dark Moon so as to pacify the spirits he'd inadvertently drawn in?

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** Hmmm... Is it possible that this collector, upon seeing what he'd brought upon the valley, researched extensively into the paranormal to either locate or create the Dark Moon so as to pacify the spirits he'd inadvertently drawn in?in?

[[WMG: What happened to Luigi's original mansion?]]
*At the end of the first game, Luigi builds a new mansion in place of the haunted one with the money he's collected. Yet when we see him again, he's living in an ordinary house. This means that either one of the worse endings is canon (Mansion D is used as the model for Luigi's house) or Luigi never wanted a mansion to begin with, so he donated most of his riches to charitable causes and built himself a modest dwelling with what was left over.
2nd Sep '13 12:04:49 AM DanMat6288
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* The gold banana-shaped thing on the rear balcony of the Treacherous Mansion is shown to be [[spoiler:a base for a portal between the Mushroom Kingdom and the ghost dimension]] in one of the game's final missions. The owner of the Treacherous Mansion, being a globetrotting collector of just about anything, brought this thing home without knowing what it was and had it affixed to his balcony, inadvertently providing the ghosts with a portal into the valley, which, given the presence of such horror cliches as a house with a graveyard in the backyard and a factory built over an ancient tomb, was the perfect haunting ground.

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* The gold banana-shaped thing on the rear balcony of the Treacherous Mansion is shown to be [[spoiler:a base for a portal between the Mushroom Kingdom and the ghost dimension]] in one of the game's final missions. The owner of the Treacherous Mansion, being a globetrotting collector of just about anything, brought this thing home without knowing what it was and had it affixed to his balcony, inadvertently providing the ghosts with a portal into the valley, which, given the presence of such horror cliches as a house with a graveyard in the backyard and a factory built over an ancient tomb, was the perfect haunting ground.ground.
** Hmmm... Is it possible that this collector, upon seeing what he'd brought upon the valley, researched extensively into the paranormal to either locate or create the Dark Moon so as to pacify the spirits he'd inadvertently drawn in?
1st Aug '13 10:27:33 PM Will-T
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* The plants, now unattended, have spread throughout the mansion, thus appearing in other rooms. It is possible that they released spores into the air which then spread throughout Evershade Valley, thus leading to their appearance in the Treacherous Mansion.

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* The plants, now unattended, have spread throughout the mansion, thus appearing in other rooms. It is possible that they released spores into the air which then spread throughout Evershade Valley, thus leading to their appearance in the Treacherous Mansion.Mansion.

[[WMG: The haunting of Evershade Valley is entirely the fault of the owner of the Treacherous Mansion]]
* The gold banana-shaped thing on the rear balcony of the Treacherous Mansion is shown to be [[spoiler:a base for a portal between the Mushroom Kingdom and the ghost dimension]] in one of the game's final missions. The owner of the Treacherous Mansion, being a globetrotting collector of just about anything, brought this thing home without knowing what it was and had it affixed to his balcony, inadvertently providing the ghosts with a portal into the valley, which, given the presence of such horror cliches as a house with a graveyard in the backyard and a factory built over an ancient tomb, was the perfect haunting ground.
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