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A list of characters in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3.


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    Mario and Crew 

Mario

The Hero who often foils Koopa's plans.

Tropes associated with Mario.

Luigi

Mario's brother.

Tropes associated with Luigi.

Princess Toadstool

The princess of the Mushroom Kingdom.

Tropes associated with Princess.

Toad

Mushroom Man who accompanies the Marios and Princess.

Tropes associated with Toad.

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    The Koopas 

The Koopas

King Koopa and the seven Koopa Kids.

Tropes associated with the Koopas:

King Koopa

The Big Bad and father to the Koopa Kids.

Tropes associated with King Koopa:

  • Pet the Dog: Often praises his kids, especially Kootie Pie.

Kooky Von Koopa

Ludwig Von Koopa's animated counterpart.

Tropes associated with Kooky Von Koopa:

Cheasty Koopa

Larry Koopa's animated counterpart.

Tropes associated with Cheatsy Koopa:

Kootie Pie Koopa

Wendy O. Koopa's animated counterpart.

Tropes associated with Kootie Pie Koopa:

Bully Koopa

Roy Koopa's animated counterpart.

Tropes associated with Bully Koopa:

Big Mouth Koopa

Morton Koopa, Jr.'s animated counterpart.

Tropes associated with Big Mouth Koopa:

Hip and Hop Koopa

Lemmy and Iggy Koopa's animated counterpart.

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    Other Mushroom Kingdom Characters 

Prince Hugo

Prince of Giant Land who appears in the episode "Sneaky Lying Cheating Giant Ninja Koopas".

Tropes associated with Prince Hugo:

Queen and Prince Mushroomkhamen

Mummified rulers of Desert Land in the episode "Mind Your Mummy Mommy, Mario".

Tropes associated with the Mushroomkhamens:

Sultan

Ruler of Desert Land in the episode "The Beauty of Kootie".

Tropes associated with the Sultan:

  • Arab Oil Sheikh: The main reason Cheatsy and Kootie Pie steal oil from him.

King Windbag

King of Ice Land who appears in the episode "Life's Ruff".

Tropes associated with King Windbag:

  • Asshole Victim: When he and Luigi are sent to the Florida State Poochitentiary at first.
  • Defrosting Ice King: Literally, since he's the king of Ice Land. He goes from a ruthless to loving after his adventure with Luigi.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Goes through one when Luigi teaches him how to cooperate.

Holly Mackerel

Appears in the episode "The Ugly Mermaid".

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    Real Worlders 

Madzilla

A giant robotic monster in the episode "Dadzilla".

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Crimewave Clyde

The Real World's Public Enemy #1 in the episode "Crimes R Us".

Tropes associated with Crimewave Clyde:

Norman, his wife, Bud and Missy

A family from Kansas who appear in the episode "Mush-Rumors"

Tropes associated with Norman and his family:

Junior

A kid Mario and Luigi wind up watching over in the episode "Misadventures in Babysitting"

Tropes associated with Junior:

  • Asshole Victim: Becomes one when the Koopa Kids throw him in the pipe maze.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: Even the Mario Bros. can't control him... almost.
  • The Dreaded: Junior has a bad reputation, if we take his parents' word for it.
  • Enfant Terrible: His parents seem to fear him greatly.
  • Hates Baths: Mario and Luigi force him to take one at the end of the episode.

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