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* FandomLifeCycle: Strangely, despite being a sub-franchise of the media giant that is ''Mario'', the ''Wario'' franchise has hovered between Stages 1 and 2. Despite many of the games selling at least a million copies, the series' fandom is rather disjointed, barely scraping [[CultClassic cult]] status. Theories as to why this is range from the fact that Wario's AntiHero isn't quite as marketable as the friendlier Mario, Yoshi, or Donkey Kong, or the fact that Wario's franchise is uncharacteristically disjointed, as not only do the Mario spinoffs, ''Wario Land'', and ''[=WarioWare=]'' not share any characters, Wario almost feels like three different characters in these series. The constant [[SequelGap long gaps between new releases]] is also a likely factor.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Strangely, despite being a sub-franchise of the media giant that is ''Mario'', the ''Wario'' franchise has hovered between Stages 1 and 2. Despite many of the games selling at least a million copies, the series' fandom is rather disjointed, barely scraping [[CultClassic cult]] status. Theories as to why this is range from the fact that Wario's AntiHero isn't quite as marketable as the friendlier Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, or Donkey Kong, or the fact that Wario's franchise is uncharacteristically disjointed, as not only do the Mario spinoffs, ''Wario Land'', and ''[=WarioWare=]'' not share any characters, Wario almost feels like three different characters in these series. The constant [[SequelGap long gaps between new releases]] is also a likely factor.

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* FanNickname: While Wario's [[SignatureMove signature]] FoeTossingCharge has had many official names given to it over the years, one of them is not "Shoulder Bash". Despite this, itís the one most used by fans and even non-fans to refer to the move.


* WordOfSaintPaul: One of Wario's voice actors, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist"[[note]]German for OhCrap[[/note]], [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].

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* WordOfSaintPaul: One of Wario's voice actors, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist"[[note]]German for OhCrap[[/note]], [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].missed!".


* FandomLifeCycle: Strangely, despite being a sub-franchise of the media giant that is ''Mario'', the ''Wario'' franchise has hovered between Stages 1 and 2. Despite many of the games selling at least a million copies, the series' fandom is rather disjointed, barely scraping [[CultClassic cult]] status. Theories as to why this is range from the fact that Wario's AntiHero isn't quite as marketable as the friendlier Mario, Yoshi, or Donkey Kong, or the fact that Wario's franchise is uncharacteristically disjointed, as not only do the Mario spinoffs, ''Wario Land'', and ''[=WarioWare=]'' not share any characters, Wario almost feels like three different characters in these series.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Strangely, despite being a sub-franchise of the media giant that is ''Mario'', the ''Wario'' franchise has hovered between Stages 1 and 2. Despite many of the games selling at least a million copies, the series' fandom is rather disjointed, barely scraping [[CultClassic cult]] status. Theories as to why this is range from the fact that Wario's AntiHero isn't quite as marketable as the friendlier Mario, Yoshi, or Donkey Kong, or the fact that Wario's franchise is uncharacteristically disjointed, as not only do the Mario spinoffs, ''Wario Land'', and ''[=WarioWare=]'' not share any characters, Wario almost feels like three different characters in these series. The constant [[SequelGap long gaps between new releases]] is also a likely factor.

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* FandomLifeCycle: Strangely, despite being a sub-franchise of the media giant that is ''Mario'', the ''Wario'' franchise has hovered between Stages 1 and 2. Despite many of the games selling at least a million copies, the series' fandom is rather disjointed, barely scraping [[CultClassic cult]] status. Theories as to why this is range from the fact that Wario's AntiHero isn't quite as marketable as the friendlier Mario, Yoshi, or Donkey Kong, or the fact that Wario's franchise is uncharacteristically disjointed, as not only do the Mario spinoffs, ''Wario Land'', and ''[=WarioWare=]'' not share any characters, Wario almost feels like three different characters in these series.


* WordOfSaintPaul: One of Wario's voice actors, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist", [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].

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* WordOfSaintPaul: One of Wario's voice actors, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist", Mist"[[note]]German for OhCrap[[/note]], [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].


* WordOfSaintPaul: Wario's voice actor, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist", [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].

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* WordOfSaintPaul: One of Wario's voice actor, actors, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist", [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].

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* WordOfSaintPaul: Wario's voice actor, Thomas Spindler, confirmed that one of Wario's {{Catch Phrase}}s is "So ein Mist", [[{{Mondegreen}} not "D'oh, I missed!"]].

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