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This article is about Birdo, the character seen in several games. For the ostrich creature mistakenly labeled as "Birdo" in the Super Mario Bros. For the song by Horse the Band, see List of Mario references in music § Birdo. Birdo, originally self-referred to as Birdetta and later once by the shorthand Birdie, is a recurring character in the Mario franchise. She is a dinosaur bird-like creature with a large snout. Her first appearance was as an enemy in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, which was rebranded as Super Mario Bros. Since then, she has appeared in various spin-off series of the franchise, and her original role as an antagonist has gradually been scrapped in favor of a newer role as an ally. Birdo has also been merchandised into figurines, plush toys, and amiibo cards. The first appearance of Birdo is in Super Mario Bros. She appears as a boss character in many levels, with the exception of the third level in the first three worlds, as well as the first level of the fourth. While Birdo is usually portrayed as a distinct character, there have been many appearances of more than one Birdo that come in different colors such as The Super Mario Bros. Birdo comes in three colors: Pink Birdo only shoots fireballs. In the NES version, Green Birdo also appears as gray in World 5-1 and World 7-1. Birdo generally walks back and forth, facing the player character and spitting three projectiles at a given time. To defeat her, the player has to jump on her eggs or another object and throw them back at her. However, if Birdo is green, the player is required to throw Mushroom Blocks instead. Birdo often holds a Crystal Ball, with three exceptions: Pink Birdo's appearance as a standard enemy in World 4-3, and two Red Birdos in World 7-2, one of which relinquishes a key needed to get to the Mask Gate leading to Wart. Birdo is shown physically holding the ball in the NES version of Super Mario Bros. If the player walks away from the Mask Gate after opening it instead of entering it, Birdo will respawn without the Crystal Ball. 2 cast roll mistakenly labels Birdo as Ostro (and vice versa), an unrelated enemy. 2 and in Yume Kojo: Doki Doki Panic, although this is harder to see in the latter due to the crystal ball not having the animated red line. In Super Mario Advance, a Game Boy Advance reissue of Super Mario Bros. 2, there is also a robotic Birdo boss named Robirdo, who takes over Mouser's position as the boss of World 3. Super Mario Advance is also notable for being one of the last games to give Birdo understandable voice acting, as further games would simply allow her to emit honking noises. She is portrayed by Jen Taylor and has the highest-pitched voice out of the different colors. In this game, Birdo speaks clear sentences such as, "This is as far as you go! The other Birdos have different dialogue lines, implying that they are separate individuals, although Green Birdo's line, "I'm ready for you this time! In this version, the player can steal Birdo's bow, making her resemble her original NES sprite, which has a much smaller bow. The aforementioned cast roll mixup with Ostro and Birdo is fixed in Super Mario Advance. In the Satellaview special BS Super Mario USA, Birdo first received a speaking role, though it is mostly lost due to the broadcast nature. 2, the pink Birdo and her red and green friends, now depicted as separate characters, again serve Wart and invade Subcon. Birdo is fought in the same way as in the predecessor, though this time Birdo may appear randomly and invincibly fly at the player. She can also throw multiple eggs in the air and sometimes can throw bigger ones. Like Wart and Mouser, Birdo appears frequently as a card on the screen and can cast spells to switch the player character or change enemies into bombs. In the end, Birdo and her companions lose again against Mario and friends, although it is said that they would receive better treatment in the future. The voice actors for Birdos, and her friends are all okama, a Japanese term for men who act and dress like females, furthering the franchise-long running joke about Birdo's ambiguous gender. She is unlocked by completing the NES REMIX (Super Mario Bros. Her appearance in the game is slightly based off of Super Mario Bros. The sound effects used are also taken from this game: her transformation sound is the Mushroom power-up tune, falling into a pit or lava plays the "lose a life" tune, and clearing a course plays the theme when the player beats a level. Pressing Birdo appears in the sequel, Super Mario Maker 2, as of the version update 3.0.0, where her original sprite flashes on-screen when the mini-boss trigger is activated while under the effects of the SMB2 Mushroom. They retain their ability to shoot eggs (this time having the ability to explode) out of their mouths from Super Mario Bros. Two Birdos with dragon wings appear in "On Her Majesty's Sewer Service" and "Quest for Pizza", with the former possessing immense strength and the latter being ridden by Alley Koop. The music that plays is the generic boss theme from Super Mario Bros. Multiple Birdos appear in various episodes of The Super Mario Bros. Baby Birdos are also occasionally seen which are lighter in color, lack the ability to fly, and usually make "cheep" noises. King Koopa first deploys Birdos in "Toad Warriors". In order to make money, King Koopa steals the vast majority of Car Land's spaghetti sauce supply, planning to sell it back at a very inflated price. King Koopa assigns three Birdos to act as the guns of his three State Troopa cars by firing eggs at the Rebel Fort while perched atop the vehicles. The three Birdos are later defeated by Luigi's Bob-ombs after attacking Mario and Toadstool. During the events of "On Her Majesty's Sewer Service", King Koopa hires an enormous Birdo with wings and a "K" emblazoned on its chest. King Koopa, Mouser, Tryclyde, and Koopa Troopa embark to rob Spy Land's Coin supply from Fort Hard Knox, but are pursued by Mario and Luigi in the Spymobile. King Koopa, after several failed attempts to destroy the vehicle, call for the Birdo to lift the Spymobile from the road. The Birdo deposits the brothers in King Koopa's lair. In "The Unzappables", a mustachioed blue Birdo wearing a top hat and a tuxedo can be seen dancing with an Ostro in the Koopa Klub. In "Escape from Koopatraz", King Koopa includes one in the jury for the trial of Mario, Luigi, Princess Toadstool, and Toad. The Birdo deliberates the decision with the three other members of the jury, until King Koopa threatens them with a Piranha Plant. They quickly condemn Princess Toadstool and her friends as guilty. & Friends: When I Grow Up, the coloring page for Zoo Keeper features Birdo in a cage. The description for the job is as follows: "Mario the zoo keeper think's he's one lucky fellow. After all, not many zoos in the world have such unusual creatures as Birdo, Tryclyde and Pidgit." Birdo makes her first reappearance in the Mario franchise since Super Mario Bros. 2 in Wario's Woods, a puzzle game released for both the NES and the SNES. Birdo serves as a primary heroine in the game as she assists Toad and the Sprite. Throughout the game, the trio go up against Wario as he sends out the monsters of Wario's Woods. Although Birdo is not playable (as she appears only in the top right corner of the screen), she aids Toad (the main hero) by providing him with encouragement and as a look out for Wario throughout the rounds. Birdo will also shout instructions and encouragement to Toad from the corner. If Toad takes too long to complete a level, Wario would grab Birdo, replace her, and cause trouble for Toad. After Wario’s timer is up, Birdo returns, and continues to help Toad. The instruction manual for this game calls Birdo "Catherine", which is her original Japanese name. Birdo appears as a boss in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Birdo is first seen as an egg named Shelly who is found in Nimbus Castle (while the stronghold was under the control of the usurper queen Valentina). The egg is cared for by a Shy Away, who intended to use the newborn Birdo as a weapon. When the Shy Away sees Mario, he quickly abandons his post and flees, leaving Shelly exposed. Mario could then speak to the Birdo inside Shelly, who would request for Mario to play with her. If Mario complies, a battle between his party and Shelly would begin. Although Shelly never attacks or performs any malicious moves toward Mario and friends, the group could gradually split the egg open to reveal Birdo. She then would introduce herself and start attacking. After suffering more attacks from Mario and company, Birdo would also raise her attacking methods, beginning to shoot out the explosive Eggberts rather than normal eggs. Depending on a turn, in which Birdo shoots out, Eggberts would actually fling the explosive eggs back into Birdo's nest, where they could be attacked so that they would explode and deal massive damage to Birdo herself. Despite the pain and anger she shows ambiguous signs of going through, Birdo eventually gives up mid-battle due to the fact that she found Mario and his friends too cute to destroy. Birdo remains within Shelly and Mario gets to the back door of Nimbus Castle. Birdo eventually appears in Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64, making her sports game debut. She appears next to Yoshi, and the two are seen to be very affectionate. In the intro of Mario Tennis, Birdo is seen entering the court after Paratroopa, and loses to Princess Peach in the tournament (allowing the latter to move on to a semi-finals match against Luigi). Later, she is seen with Paratroopa and Yoshi, when Bowser interrupts the fun. Her own court can be unlocked when the player wins the Star Cup with Birdo in doubles. Also, when the player chooses Daisy in the double tournament mode, Birdo would be her default partner. When two players play as Birdo, the color palette changes to blue with a magenta ribbon. This is the first game to introduce Birdo's emblem, which is her ribbon. This is also the first game to ever give Birdo comprehensible voice acting. Though Birdo herself does not physically appear in Mario Tennis Open, one can unlock a suit of her for customizing their Mii with. It can be unlocked by winning a match against an Ace computer in Exhibition mode. Birdo appears in Mario Tennis Aces as a playable character, where she is available as a participation prize for the October online tournament or from November 1, 2018 in the game's version 2 update. Birdo's emblem is also seen on a bag available as a preorder bonus for Mario Tennis Aces in Japan. Her vertical and horizontal Trick Shots are known as Perfect Pose and Cheer Step respectively. Her Special Shot, Airlift Extravaganza, features Birdo blowing a kiss before being tossed up in the air by Fly Guys with pink stars, dots and hearts surrounding her and her shot. Birdo appears as a playable character in the game Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, where she receives her current design. She appears in the opening cutscence with Boo at Lakitu Valley playing a round of golf by themselves. When playing as Birdo and getting a nice shot, her swing consists of a rainbow. This is actually very similar to the Yoshi golf swing. This game is the first game in which Birdo uses a rainbow ability. This is also the first game to feature Kazumi Totaka, Birdo's current voice actor. Birdo appears as an unlockable playable character in Mario Golf: World Tour. She is unlocked after 55 Star Coins are collected in Challenge Mode. Her general stats make her balanced overall, having average control, a slightly above average sweet spot, and a fade trajectory. She hits relatively high making it easier to avoid obstacles, but her shots more affected by wind. Her driving distance is 212 yards, while her star driving distance is 267 yards. Birdo enters the golf course kissing her golf club, and celebrates a nice shot by hugging her club. When she gets a par, she wiggles her finger and flicks it, and when she gets a birdie she blows kisses and makes poses. Her eagle, albatross, and hole-in-one animations show her kissing the camera, causing it to fall down. If she gets a bogey, she starts crying but then applies more makeup to pretend that nothing is wrong. If she gets worse than a bogey she shoots eggs at the camera but gets knocked back by her eggs. She makes an appearance in the Castle Club in the females' changing room where she gives the player tips about handicap and perfect strokes. She also appears in the game's second introduction, being the only unlockable character to do so. Miis can use her clubs and ball, as well as receive golf clothing based on her from the shop or by entering tournaments. Her costume is won if a Character Costume challenge is completed. Birdo makes an appearance as a non-playable character in Mario Golf: Super Rush. She appears in the Golf Adventure, where she acts as the camp-house mama of the house in Bonny Greens where the rookies composed of Boo, Chargin' Chuck, Toadette, and the Mii player are staying. She welcomes the player at the beginning of the adventure and is in charge of waking the rookies up for practice. Melee, Birdo reappears as her two-dimensional Super Mario All-Stars sprite on the Super Mario Bros. Sometimes, Birdo comes out from the side of the stage and shoot eggs, hurting any player who comes in contact with them. 2, these eggs could be jumped upon and picked up by the playable characters. Birdo can easily be destroyed by a strong attack, however. Melee, however, this trophy is not two-dimensional. She also appears as a trophy that can be collected at random; doing so will unlock the Mushroom Kingdom II stage. Brawl, one of the names that can appear whenever players press the random button when they are naming their custom stage is "BIRDO". It can be unlocked when the player clears All-Star on Hard difficulty. While Birdo does not appear in the 3DS version, she does make an appearance in the Wii U version as a trophy. It can be unlocked by clearing a solo 3-Minute Smash after getting 100 or more KOs while playing as Mii Gunner. It depicts her winking and standing near a Birdo's Egg. The trophy also features information about her appearances in Super Mario Bros. Despite her appearances in many other games, Super Mario Bros. 2 is the only title listed in Birdo's game appearances. The Mushroom Kingdom II stage from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and by extension, Birdo reappears as well in her original sprite from Super Mario All-Stars. Birdo also appears as an online profile icon and Ace-class Grab-type primary spirit, taking up two support slots. The spirit can be summoned using a T-Rex and Starly core. Birdo's first appearance in the Mario Kart series is in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! After the player unlocks the second wallpaper, Birdo is teamed up with Peach. Birdo's special item is the Birdo's Egg, which differs from Yoshi's attack in that it has pink spots instead of green. The egg is also different from Birdo's original pure white eggs. Birdo's unlockable kart is called the Turbo Birdo, which features average speed and acceleration, while also having above average weight. Her emblem appears throughout the Dry Dry Desert course, and the staff ghost uses Birdo and Yoshi in the Turbo Yoshi. Yoshi and Birdo are also the staff ghost of Yoshi Circuit, using the Turbo Yoshi kart. In-game, Birdo's bow is smaller than it is regularly. On Mushroom City and Yoshi Circuit, there are signs posted that read "Ribbon". In much smaller letters in the center, it reads "Birdo watching", a pun of birdwatching. Yoshi Circuit and the posters reappear in Mario Kart DS, and are Birdo's only appearance in the game. Birdo is not playable in Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, but she makes a cameo in signs and in the crowd when the player receives a trophy. Birdo later appears in Mario Kart Wii as a middleweight, unlockable character. Birdo has an equal balance of weight, top speed, and acceleration. However, when she goes off-road, she loses a moderate amount of speed. She is unlocked when the player defeats 250 other players in online racing, when the player does Time Trials on 16 different courses or when the player plays 1,350 races. Birdo shares the medium-sized group of karts and bikes, but all in her own favorite colors, like purple and magenta. Birdo receives a small weight and off-road boost, while her best bonus is the mini-turbo stat. Birdo's mini-turbo is tied with Diddy Kong's, while being inferior to that of Koopa Troopa, Dry Bones, Wario, and Dry Bowser. Birdo's mini turbo can be used with the Wild Wing and the Mach Bike to make it the strongest mini turbo in the middleweight class. Birdo is the only playable character, besides Miis, that isn't used as a staff ghost. Furthermore, Birdo is the only playable female character that does not receive a speed bonus. This marks Birdo's most recent physical appearance in the Mario Kart series, making her, Diddy Kong and Funky Kong the only playable characters in Mario Kart Wii to not return as playable characters in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Despite Birdo herself not physically appearing in Mario Kart 8 nor Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, a picture of her along with Peach and Daisy appears on some of the Women of Racing Organization banners seen on Royal Raceway. Birdo is also mentioned on the speakers in Sunshine Airport. After an 11-year hiatus of not physically appearing in the Mario Kart series, Birdo returns as a playable character in Mario Kart Tour from the start of the 2019 Holiday Tour on December 18, 2019, along with the Turbo Birdo. She is classified as a Super character, and her Special Item is the Birdo's Egg; while functionally identical to the Yoshi's Egg, it now uses a white, spotless design. Some of her voice clips are reused from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Like all other unique characters, she has her own cup. In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Birdo helps the heroes by disguising herself as Princess Peach when Cackletta and Fawful visit the Mushroom Kingdom. When Cackletta attempts to steal the princess's voice, she gets Birdo's instead. Then, when the Beanish witch tried to use the "pure" voice to awaken the Beanstar, it went berserk. All of this is not revealed until later in the game, when Toadsworth and Peach explained the situation to the Mario Bros. As they spoke, Birdo appears and starts wildly chasing two of Lady Lima's Peas, after winking at them flirtatiously. Sometime later, Birdo replaces Bowser as Popple's "Rookie" out of her mad love for the Beanish crook. Oddly, she is now an enemy of the Mario Bros., even though she had been a helper before in the game. Birdo is a powerful opponent, as one of her attacks involves sucking in Mario or Luigi into her snout. If Birdo is successful in this, it will not only hurt the unfortunate Mario Bro. The only way to dodge this attack is to hit Birdo with a hammer as her target is drawn near. She can also spit out flaming eggs in a wild, sporadic way. Mario and Luigi must time their jumps to avoid the eggs and the resulting flame each of them creates after their impact. Birdo can also inhale Popple to place him inside one of four protective but deadly egg shields. One egg holds Popple; the other three each contain Bob-ombs that will rush forward after their egg is broken open and need to be jumped over. The main difference between Birdo's and Popple's first Rookie's attack patterns, however, is that Birdo won't counterattack the Mario Bros. if they attack Popple first, making them both easier to defeat. Birdo, however, becomes stronger after Popple has been beaten, as she turns red and says "You may have defeated my darling, but that's as far as you go! " In this state, her attack power is much higher and she now targets both bros. with her egg attack instead of just one and does it much faster. After Popple and Birdo fail in their attempt to destroy the Mario brothers, Popple blames it all on Birdo and even goes as far as to fire his latest apprentice. Birdo responds by furiously knocking him away through a wall and ending their relationship. She then gives a short speech about her new dedication to strive towards super-stardom, expresses her anger at Mario and Luigi, and runs away. Although Cackletta stole Birdo's voice, she is still able to speak when Mario and Luigi battle her and Popple. This appears to be an error in the game, but Birdo may have gotten her voice back after Cackletta used it on the Beanstar. Birdo returns in the Nintendo 3DS remake, with the same role as in the original game. Birdo also appears in Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser, in the level Popple's Partner, Part 2. At the beginning of the level, she is found in line to audition to become Popple's partner. She then fights Captain Goomba's squad alongside Popple. She fights as a regular troop in the level's last wave (where Popple is the captain), and is a ranged enemy. In Mario Superstar Baseball, Birdo makes her first appearance on the baseball field. She is a balanced character, who has a slightly above average batting stat, but is below average in other stats. Her special pitch/hit is the Weird Ball; when the player purchases the Pink Egg in the store from the Challenge Mode, Birdo is able to use her special move. Her other special moves include Suction, which allows her to catch balls distances away from her, much like Yoshi's Tongue Catch, and Body Check which allows her to attack players on the base when timed right. She is found on Yoshi's team as a unlockable sub-captain, and can also be chosen as a captain in Exhibition Mode. Her alternate names are: Birdo Models, Birdo Beauties, Birdo Bows and Birdo Fans. Birdo shares good chemistry with Yoshi, Shy Guy, and Petey Piranha, and she does not share bad chemistry with anyone. In the sequel, Mario Super Sluggers, Birdo takes up her role as a team captain, but still does not have her own stadium. Compared to the predecessor, Birdo gets a good boost in her batting and fielding skills, along with a small speed increase. While still being a weak pitcher, she has great stamina and a strong throwing arm. Her close play attack involves her turning to the side and knocking the player away with her waist. Her Star moves include the Cannon Swing and Suction Ball. Birdo has good chemistry with Daisy, Yoshi, Petey Piranha, Shy Guy, and Toadette, and bad chemistry with Tiny Kong, Peach, Wario, Waluigi and Blooper. Birdo also appears in the Challenge Mode, where she is stuck in a nearby tree, and the rainbow bridge that leads to her is currently down, so the player will have to tackle Bowser Jr. He will challenge the player to a minigame of " Piranha Panic! is defeated, the player can climb the rainbow bridge and speak with Birdo to add her to the team. In Mario Party 7, Birdo is a secret guest of Toadsworth, who resides on the Duty Free Shop. She is one of the two new characters, the other being Dry Bones. They join up to go on a luxury cruise around the world. This is the first game in the Mario Party series with Birdo as a playable character. She is unlocked with 1,000 mileage points on the Duty Free Shop. In this Mario Party installment, Birdo's default partner is Yoshi in the "Team Mode" (their team orb being the Egg Orb). In Mario Party 8, MC Ballyhoo and Big Top invited Birdo and her friends to the Star Carnival. In this game she appears as a playable character from the start and her automatic partner is Yoshi. When Birdo emerges victorious from the Star Battle, she is crowned the Superstar and wins a year's worth of candy. She also appears in the Japan-exclusive arcade game, Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher, as a playable character. Birdo returns as a playable character in Mario Party 9, helping Mario and the gang get the Mini Stars back from Bowser to put them back in the sky. Her Star constellation is called "Egg Thrower", which is purchasable at the Museum for 50 Party Points. Birdo appears in Mario Party: Island Tour as a non-playable character. Here she is a judge in the minigame The Choicest Voice. Birdo also appears in the Japan-exclusive arcade game based off of Mario Party 9 called Mario Party Fushigi no Challenge World as a playable character. Birdo appears in Super Mario Party as a non-playable character. She gives out information about the previous Mario Party games, even saying that she was a previous playable character herself when she was younger, as well as advice as to what the player is doing throughout the game and hosts regular quiz sessions. She also gives out her own stickers for use in the Sticker Gallery and the golden oar to the player to use in River Survival after receiving them. The British English and Italian versions of the game refers to Birdo as male, while most other versions refer to her as female. The French and Chinese versions use ambiguous genders instead. This section is referring to a subject in an upcoming or recently released game. When the game is released, or more information about this subject is found, this section may need major rewriting. This notice should be removed after a month has passed since the game was first released. Birdo returns as a playable character in Mario Party Superstars. This marks her first playable appearance in the series since Mario Party 9. Many of her animations and her main artwork return from this game as well. Birdo is an unlockable character in Mario Hoops 3-on-3, playing alongside characters from the Final Fantasy series. She is unlocked when the player finishes the Hard Mushroom Cup with a bronze rank. Here she is an all-around type and her Special Shot is the Egg Shot. Later, Birdo catches the ball in her snout, jumps, and spits it out toward the basket as an egg. To perform this move, the player must tap out an upside-down triangle twice. Once again, Birdo still does not have her own stadium, but she appears along with Yoshi in one of the screens of the Mario Stadium. She is also playable in the Japanese game Itadaki Street DS, a crossover with Dragon-Quest. To unlock Birdo, the player needs to defeat her in Luigi's Stage Level 1. Birdo's head and clothings are collectibles that can be equipped on customizable characters. Birdo, along with Donkey Kong, Silver the Hedgehog, and many others, were originally going to appear as playable characters in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Although Birdo is not a playable character in the Wii version of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, she appears as a VIP member: a character who watches the player in certain events, and if found, awards them with 100 points. It is possible for the player's Mii to wear a Birdo costume, once Birdo is found in an event her character suit is available in the shop for 100 points. She also has a sticker available for use on the player's equipment. In the Adventure Tours mode on the DS version she is seen in Cubyrinth. Yoshi loses his drift board but luckily Birdo has found the item. When the player goes to her she says she has found a drift board. Yoshi tells her that the board belongs to him, but she says otherwise. Birdo claims that the drift board is for an elite athlete, so Yoshi must prove himself before she can give him the item. Once defeated, she gives up the drift board and stays in Cubyrinth, available for rematches. Birdo appears as one of the rivals to defeat in the Wii version of Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games. She is found in the London Party mode and must be faced in the 100m Freestyle event, and later in Badminton with a blue Birdo. She also appears regularly around the map, giving out gossip or challenging the characters with a pop quiz. She also retains her Mii costume from the previous game. Despite Birdo being a recurrent character in many games, this is the first one to give her a theme song. Birdo appears in Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games as a rival in the Legends Showdown mode. Birdo is found in Area 1, and faces off against the player, alongside three other Birdos, in Ice Hockey. Birdo's theme from the previous installment returns, as well as her Mii costume. Birdo makes her first playable appearance in the Mario & Sonic series in Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, but she is only playable in the 3DS version, where she is exclusive to the Archery event. Her stats are strong skill and stamina with average speed and above average power make her a generally balanced character. She plays a main role in "Road To Rio" as she challenges the player on day 4 of Sonic's story in Archery. Birdo appears in the Wii U version, but she is not playable, instead appearing by the sand statue where the Heroes Showdown multiplayer mode can be chosen. Her stats are the same as in the 3DS version, but her power has weakened and her speed has went up. This also compensates to the colored Birdos in Football and Duel Football. Birdo does not make a physical appearance in Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, whether as a playable character or a background character. However, her color scheme is erroneously used for the head icon of the away team's Birdo goalie. In-game, the red team uses a general species of Birdo with a red body with a pink bow, the opposite color scheme of the character. In the game Captain Rainbow, Birdo is a damsel-in-distress. She lives on Mimin Island, in the so-called Kawaii Ouchi, or Cute Home. The Cute Home represents Birdo's personality and her likings: the interior consists of mostly pink and red equipment decorated with many heart and ribbon emblems. In the game, Birdo is imprisoned for using the female bathroom, as the robot jailer does not believe her when she insists she is a girl. She gets quite upset about this, and asks Nick to go to her Cute Home and find something that will prove she is not lying. Nick finds a mysterious object under Birdo's pillow (which is blurred out, though it is implied to be a vibrator), it serves its purpose and Birdo is released. Birdo develops a crush on Nick, and calls him her "boyfriend". Nick accompanies her in her walks near her Cute Home, and she helps him carry a fallen Star to the altar on the top of Mimin Island. If Nick lets Birdo's wish be granted, she flies into the sky with the Star and disappears. Birdo returns as a playable character in the Wii follow-up to Itadaki Street DS, Fortune Street. She is available from the start and her rank is once again a D. In Tour Mode, Birdo is faced on Yoshi's Island and Alefgard. Birdo makes her Paper Mario series debut in Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Here, she appears in the level of W4-1: Snow Rise, on a giant swing as Mario comes to a cliff and hits a nearby tree. She will perform to him a short serenade and then give him the Goat, also warning Mario not to "get egg on [his] face" upon swinging away. Birdo later shows up at the parade at the end of the game. She is shown in the three-minecart-chain with two Shy Guys for the Bowser's Snow Fort section of the parade winking at the player. She holds a concert in Plum Park, accompanied by dancing Koopa Troopas, before an audience of Shy Guys, Mario, and Huey. Her song lyrics reference her original Japanese debut game (Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic), as well as Yoshi's Flutter Jump ability. She also appears during the Balloons Thing animation, where she blows a kiss to the enemy to send them flying away. Birdo also appears during the credits slowly moving on her moon. Birdo reappears in Paper Mario: The Origami King, where she first appears falling into the spring in Whispering Woods after Mario pulls on a nearby tree tug. Birdo later appears in Big Sho' Theater for a performance on the second stage. During the act, two Paper Macho Koopa Troopas fight over her while Mario battles them. In the coffee shop at the Spring of Rainbows, Birdo will appear if Mario chooses the special, where she blows a heart into his mug. She is a Balance type character in most sports, giving her well-rounded stats. Her stats are similar to Yoshi, but in soccer her finesse is higher, and in baseball and golf her power is stronger. In tennis, though, she is instead a Speed type player as in her previous appearance in Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64. Her speed allows her to run around the court quickly, but her power and spin are only average. In golf, her default drive is 217 yards, and her shots travel medium-high in a fade trajectory. Her special boost in horse racing is magenta and has sparkles and a bird tweet following it. Her special shot in baseball and soccer is similar to horse racing, but in baseball the ball is encased in a Birdo's Egg. Like all playable characters, Birdo receives five amiibo cards for each sport from the game's series of amiibo cards. All her cards reuse artwork from previous games except tennis, where her artwork is new. When players tap in Birdo's cards, they receive jewel-themed gear that Birdo can optionally use, though the gear is only for aesthetic purposes. Players can also use jeweled gear for Birdo if they have unlocked it through purchasing randomly-packed digital cards. Birdo makes an appearance as spectator in the minigame "Megaton Punch" from Kirby Super Star. Birdo's Japanese name "Catherine" (though romanized as "Cassarin") can be found within the game files of Mario's Tennis, implying she was originally intended to be playable. While Birdo herself isn't in Mario Tennis for the Game Boy Color, she makes a cameo in game when the N64 Transfer Pak is used. While Birdo herself does not appear in Mario Golf: Advance Tour, she is mentioned on the score chart during tournaments, and appears when the GCN cable is linked to the GBA. She is one of the opponents to defeat in the Japanese game Yakuman DS. She is generally balanced with skill being her best stats. In the pre-release build of Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Birdo was referenced on courtside banners by her Japanese name, "Catherine". Birdo is featured as one of the Mario-themed character skins in the Super Mario Mash-up, available in versions of Minecraft released on Nintendo systems. with funnel-shaped mouths and a body structure similar to a Yoshi, though slightly shorter and with a row of three spikes on the tail, not the head. In several early illustrations, she is depicted as being orange instead of pink, and on the cover of Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, she is depicted with distinct nostrils midway up her snout and what appears to be a tongue in her mouth, though neither of these traits has ever been shown again. 2, her snout ends with a small hole and is somewhat barrel-shaped, inverting while it is open; later games, however, use the latter shape in all situations, likely due to looking that way in her original artwork. Birdo is mostly pink, with a rounded belly, red tail spikes and purple spots on her cheeks. She has purple eyes, each of which is framed by three long, thin eyelashes. She does not have hair, and instead wears a big red bow atop her head, which is usually her emblem. She has small but pointed claws, with four fingers on each hand and three toes on each foot. More recently, a large diamond ring set in gold is occasionally depicted on her left hand. She has a white belly like a Yoshi, as well as white-padded feet. • The Promise to Toad • The Grand Showdown Junior Hits England • Junior, Super Hero? • Bowser's Blues • The Life of a Minion • Mario's Defeat?! Eggman's Robots • An Old Urn • The Fog Returns • An Innocent Request • A Trick of the Wind • The Real Beginning Bowser • Bowser Jr. Blizzards • Fish Bones • Deep-Cheeps • Thwomps • Scaredy Rat • Big Spiny Green Space • Dice Block Space • Event Space • Dash Space • Back Space • Shuffle Space • Spin Space • Lucky Space • Unlucky Space • Bowser Space • Mini Star Space • Mini Ztar Space • Free-for-All Space • Battle Space • 1-vs-Rival Space • Bowser Jr. Since Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, Birdo commonly wears purple eye makeup. Stadium Blues • Foggy Foes • Morning in Hyde Park • Peach in a Pinch • The Mysterious Thief • Sonic Arrives • The Ghostly Tower • The Blocked Bridge • The Wind Master • Enter Bowser?! • Toads • Goombas • Whittles • Piantas • Bob-ombs • Urchins • Boos • Goomba Towers • Dolphins • Mechakoopas • Bullet Bills • Piranha Plants • Spinies • Sushi • Huckit Crabs • Seagulls • Swoops • Monty Moles • Hammer Bros. 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In her team name, "Birdo Bows", from Mario Super Sluggers, she wears lipstick, which is odd because she does not use lipstick during the game, nor in most of her other appearances. • Mario and Sonic • The Secret of the Fog • Waluigi's Ambition • Wario's Scheme • Stop Dr. Block • Airship • Bill Blaster • Bowser Tape • Brick Block • Empty Block • Fireball • Grinder • Hidden Block • Ice Ball • Junior Clown Car • Lava Geyser • Poison • Prisma Times • Quicksand • Recovery Block • Spike Trap • Sticker Comet • Treasure chest • Volcanic Debris • Warp Pipe Action Command • Battle Spin • Bestiary • Fire Mario • Glitches • Heart Point • Ice Mario • Media • Paperize • Quotes • Shops • Snifit or Whiffit • Staff • Sticker Fest • "Swinging Swing" • Victory parade Alpine Skiing Downhill • Ski Jumping Large Hill • Freestyle Skiing Moguls • Freestyle Ski Cross • Biathlon • Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom • Snowboard Slopestyle • Snowboard Cross • Speed Skating 500m • Short Track Speed Skating 1000m • Figure Skating Singles • Figure Skating Pairs • Skeleton • 4-man Bobsleigh • Ice Hockey • Curling Winter Sports Champion Race • Groove Pipe Snowboard • Mario's Figure Skating Spectacular • Sonic's Figure Skating Spectacular • Roller Coaster Bobsleigh • Snow Day Street Hockey • Hole-In-One Curling • Snowball Scrimmage • Bullet Bill Sledge Race ? In the Japanese commercial for Super Mario All-Stars, she wears a white stole, a very expensive-looking black dress adorned with a black necklace with many pearls, and a very elegant fan Birdo displays great determination and confidence in all aspects of her life. Block • Blooper • Brick Block • Bullet Bill • Chaos Emerald • Coin • Dash Panel • Empty Block • Fire Flower • Flame Shield • Fruit • Golden Dash Mushroom • Green Shell • Item Box • Moto Bug • POW Block • Power Sneakers • Red Shell • Ring • Shield • Spiny Shell • Spring • Star Coin • Super Star 100m Plus • 110m Hurdles Plus • Long Jump Plus • Javelin Throw Plus • 100m Freestyle Swimming Plus • Archery Plus • Boxing Plus • Table Tennis Plus • Beach Volleyball Plus • Equestrian Plus • BMX Plus • Rhythmic Gymnastics Plus • Football Plus • Golf Plus Action Toad • Barista Toad • Banzai Bill • Bowser • Big Thwomp • Big Urchin • Birdo • Bloo • Bridge Kinopio • Card Connoisseur Toad • Chosen Toads (Justice Toad · Mountain Sage · Surfing Kinopio) • Daffodil Peak park ranger • "Deep Cuts" Toad • Draggadon • Five Fun Guys • Foreman • Fort Cobalt barista • Green Energy Plant researcher • Greenie • Guide Toad • Host Snifit • Informant Snifit • Know-it-All Toad • Legendary captain • Lighthouse keeper • Luigi • Mega Bob-omb • Mustard Café chef • Peddler Toad • Pentabros • Piper • Port Prisma barista • Princess • Prof. In Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Birdo revealed her goal of becoming a Superstar. Kinopio • Purp • Redd • Red Shy Guy • Rescue Squad (Red Rescue Squad Apprentice Toad · Rescue Blue · Rescue Green · Rescue Purple · Rescue Red · Rescue Squad Chief · Rescue Yellow) • Rock Paper Wizard • Ruddy Road Paint Guy • Shai Guyz • Sunset Express conductor • Tangerino Grill Chef • Tangerino Grill host • Tea Party Toads • Toad • Toadmaster General • Toads • Violet Passage captain • Wringer • Yella • Yoshi • Yoshis Blooper (10-Stack · Poison) • Bob-omb • Boo (10-Stack) • Buzzy Beetle (Big · Gang · Small (Gang) · Spike Top · Tower) • Cheep Cheep (Small) • Dino Rhino (Wild) • Dry Bones (5-Stack) • Fuzzy (Stack) • Goomba (Accordion · Bone · Mega · Paper-Cone · Para · Small (Gang · Wheel)) • Hammer Bro (Boomerang · Chariot · Circus · Fire (8-Stack) · Ice · Juggler · Sledge (Shady) · Small) • Koopa Troopa (6-Stack · Para (10-Stack)) • Lava Bubble (Black) • Ninji • Piranha Plant (Fire · Ptooie) • Pokey (Green) • Rocky Wrench • Scaredy Rat (10-Stack) • Shy Guy (4-Stack · 5-Stack · Animal Trainer · Coal · Gold · Laundry · Paint · Pry · Roller · Shield · Shunned · Silver · Slurp · Soggy · Sombrero · Spike · Trampoline · Unicycle) • Snifit (Chariot · Slurp · Spike · Whistle) • Spike • Spiny • Swoop Birdcage • Blissful Beach Key • Café Key • Caged "Bird" • Excavation Site Permit • Fishing Pole • Fresh Sheets • Hero's Journal • Holo-Peach • It • Journal Entries • Letter from Chest • Magma Burger • Mountain Climbing Permit • Paint Star Pieces • Sharp Spike • Snifit's Card Key • Tea Recipe Book • Toad's Pants • Toad's Shoes • Toad's Vest • Trunk Key ? Birdo has tackled a wide variety of sports and was the first known Birdo to emerge in the public spotlight in Mario Tennis. Block • Big Paint Star • Brick Block • Colorless spot • Empty Block • Invisible Block • Mamma Mia Pizza • Mini Paint Star • POW Block • Save Block • Science Claw • Super Ludship • Super Ludsub • Super Star • Unfurl Block • Volcanic debris • Warp Pipe Amp • Big Magikoopa • Bob-omb • Boom Boom • Boomerang Bro • Bone Goomba • Bullet Bill • Fire Bro • Goomba • Goomba Tower • Hammer Bro • Koopa Troopa • Mega Spike • Pom Pom • Shy Guy • Shy Guy Tower • Spike • Spike Ball • Stone Spike • Yellow Magikoopa Piranha Plants • Lakitus • Biddybuds • Yoshis • Little Birds • Rabbits • Fire Piranha Plants • Munchers • Nipper Plants • Piranha Creepers • Ant Troopers • Conkdors • Dry Bones • Kleptos • Stone Spikes • Peepas • Big Boo • Bob-ombs • Spinies • Mechakoopas • Mega Bob-ombs* • Monty Mole • Parabones • Aster • Lucien • Mirrors • Boo Buddies* • King Boo* • Fly Guy* • New Donkers* • Shy Guy Towers* • Shield Guys* • Big Magikoopa* Battle Lab Toad • Birdo • Canned-Food Par-tay Trio • Chef Kinopio • Dino Rhino • DJ Snifit • DJ Toad • Emcee Shy Guy • Feelin' Fungi • Fortune Toad • Gold Fish • Kanchō Kinopio • Love Toad • Master Toad • Monty Mole auctioneer • Oarsman • Ol' Grandsappy • Origami Craftsman • Princess • Rescue Squad • Sap Sisters • Sea Captain Toad • Senchō Kinopio • Small Cheep Cheep • Mini Goomba • Sombrero Guy • Toad mechanic • Toad's BBQ Foodeatery caretaker • Whispering Trees • Whistle Snifit Big Cutout Soldier • Black Shy Guy • Blooper • Bone Goomba • Boo • Boomerang Bro • Buzzy Beetle • Chargin' Chuck • Cheep Cheep • Co Gasagoso • Crowber • Dry Bones • Fire Bro • Fly Guy • Fuzzy • Galoomba • Goomba • Hammer Bro • Ice Bro • Jumping Piranha Plant • Koopa Paratroopa • Koopa Troopa • Li'l Cutout Soldier • Mechakoopa • Ninji • Nipper Plant • Paragoomba • Piranha Plant • Pokey • Ptooie • Rocky Wrench • Scaredy Rat • Scuttlebug • Shoe Goomba • Shy Guy • Sidestepper • Sledge Bro • Snifit • Snow Spike • Spike • Spike Top • Stingby • Stone Spike • Sumo Bro • Swoop Paper Macho Bob-omb • Paper Macho Boo • Paper Macho Buzzy Beetle • Paper Macho Chain Chomp • Paper Macho Goomba • Paper Macho Koopa Troopa • Paper Macho Lava Bubble • Paper Macho Koopa Paratroopa • Paper Macho Piranha Plant • Paper Macho Shy Guy • Paper Macho Stone Spike ? Birdo is somewhat vain, as she perceives herself to be very beautiful and feminine, and often strikes eccentric poses to show off her appearance. Island • Autumn Mountain • Battle Lab • Big Sho' Theater • Bonehead Island • Bowser's Castle • Breezy Tunnel • Cafes • Chestnut Valley • Club Island • Diamond Island • Dress-Up Photo Studio • Earth Vellumental Temple • Eddy River • Fire Vellumental Cave • Full Moon Island • Fun, Funky, and Functional • Graffiti Underground • Hammer Island • Heart Island • Hotfoot Crater • House of Riddles • Ice Vellumental Mountain • Musée Champignon • Mushroom Island • Ninja Attraction • Origami Castle • Overlook Mountain • Overlook Tower • Picnic Road • Scorching Sandpaper Desert • Scorching Sandpaper East • Scorching Sandpaper Far East • Scorching Sandpaper Far West • Scorching Sandpaper Minor • Scorching Sandpaper West • Scuffle Island • Sea Tower • Sensor Lab • Shangri-Spa • Shogun Studios • Shuriken Dojo • Shroom City • Spade Island • Souvenir Shop • Spring of Bliss • Spring of Jungle Mist • Spring of Purification • Spring of Rainbows • Spring of Sanctuary • Sweetpaper Valley • Temple of Shrooms • The Great Sea • The Princess Peach • Toad Town • Tranquil Pipes Teahouse • Trial of Courage • Trial of Power • Trial of Wisdom • Water Vellumental Shrine • Whispering Woods 1-Up Mushroom • Boot Whistle • Boots • Confetti • Fire Flower • Fire Flower Set • Fire Hammer • Flashy Boots • Flashy Mushroom • Flashy Iron Boots • Gold Boots • Gold Hammer • Hammer • Hidden Block Unhider • Hurlhammer • Ice Flower • Ice Flower Set • Ice Hammer • Iron Boots • Lamination Suit • Legendary Boots • Legendary Hammer • Legendary Iron Boots • MAX UP Heart • Mushroom • Mushroom 3-Pack • Mushroom 6-Pack • POW Block • Puzzle Solver • Rabbit Espresso • Shiny Boots • Shiny Fire Flower • Shiny Ice Flower • Shiny Hurlhammer • Shiny Iron Boots • Shiny Mushroom • Shiny Mushroom 3-Pack • Shiny Tail • Tail • Timer Extender • Toad Radar • Turtle Tea Baseball • Bibliofolds • Big Shell • Bone • Canned Tuna • Canned Heart • Commoner Pass • Confetti Bag • "Deep, Deep Vibes" • Diamond Jewel • Diamond Key • Faded Fire Flower • Goomba Mask • Groovier Panel • Groovy Panel • "Heartbeat Skipper" • Heavy Bag • Jungle King Mask • Key to Bowser's Castle • Key to Peach's Castle • Lever • Manhole Hook • "M-A-X Power! Also, she is portrayed to be very friendly, and enjoys being with the whole Mario crew. " • Mushroom Handle • Opened Can of Tuna • Orbs • Professor's Room Key • Red Gem • Round Jewel • Royalty Pass • Shell Stones • Shogun Studios Master Key • Shriveled MAX UP Heart • Shriveled Mushroom • Shriveled Seed • Shuriken • Soul Seed • Space Warrior Mask • Spring of Rainbows - VIP • Square Jewel • Stamp Card • Straw • Suite Key • Sun Incense • "Thrills at Night" • Triangle Jewel 1,000-Fold Arms • Bestiary • Hidden Toads • Gallery • Glitches • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Shy Guys Finish Last • Songs ("Happy & Sappy" • "Go with the Flow" • "My Heart's a-Burnin'") • Staff Toad • Toadette • Koopa Troopa • Bowser • Bowser Jr. This is shown when losing a round of 18 in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour and Mario Golf: World Tour. • Junior Clown Car • Kamek • Shy Guy • Fly Guy • Snifit • Hammer Bro • Paratroopa • Goomba • Galoomba • Bob-omb • Piranha Plant • Petey Piranha • Monty Mole • Lakitu • Spiny Egg • Blooper • Chain Chomp • Thwomp • Whomp • Pokey • Bullet Bill • Boo • King Boo • Peepa • Mr. She also exudes charm and elegance as shown in many games whenever she wins or appears on-screen, where she waves and blows kisses frequently. Additionally, Birdo always wears a massive diamond ring on her finger. In Mario Party 7 and Mario Party 8, when Birdo gets a Star, she shows off this ring during one of her poses. Birdo appears to enjoy the spotlight, as shown in the Paper Mario series, where she occasionally puts on a singing or theatrical performance in front of Mario and other characters. Her penchant for singing is also alluded to in Mario Kart Tour, where she is shown on banners advertising the Sydney Music Festival in Sydney Sprint. According to Play Nintendo, Birdo's favorite things are (in no particular order) friends, big red bows, and sparkly things. Always looking for love, Birdo has had a variety of crushes and relationships throughout her life. Birdo is very flirtatious and affectionate with others, even when she does not know them very well, as evidenced in Fortune Street where her dialogue is very playful, flirty and endearing. This is also seen in Birdo's relationship with Popple in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga where she expresses her high opinion of love and romance, explaining her flirtatious nature and drive to find love. The effect of these whirlwind romances on Birdo have only been hinted at in her Egg Shot move in Mario Hoops 3-on-3, which sends broken hearts flying; this is a stark contrast to Princess Peach's Heart Shot. In addition to eggs, Birdo has also shown the ability to utilize her snout in a manner similar to a vacuum, using it to suck things closer to herself or even swallow them; Birdo displays this ability in both Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, the latter of which also has her leeching away the health of those she sucks up. On occasion, Birdo has enveloped people, including herself, in large eggs, in order to increase defense. She is often classified as all-around in sports games, where she has a great deal of strength. She also has shown this strength when angered in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, when, after discovering that Popple did not actually love her, she knocked him right through a wall, indicating she has super-strength, as well in Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Super Sluggers where her strongest stat is batting. In Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, hitting a nice shot while playing as her will cause a rainbow to form similar to Yoshi, but rainbow abilities have since then not been seen. Birdo also has some hints of heart based power similar to Princess Peach as shown in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour in her victory cut-scene and Mario Hoops 3-on-3 in her special shot. However, they are not as strong or as useful as Peach's hearts. Brawl, Birdo's trophy description describes the character as "gender indeterminate", and uses the pronoun "it" rather than gender-specific pronouns such as "he" or "she", which has sometimes been used in other occurrences. This often has comedic results, such as when they only succeed in charming Birdo's Golf trophy into the air for a short time until it fell down again, to its owner's great surprise. In games for the Japanese-only Satellaview, Birdo is consistently shown as an okama, a Japanese term for a male who acts extremely feminine, but does not necessarily identify as female. In Satella-Q, a picture of Birdo is shown with a masculine, humanoid torso, while in BS Super Mario USA, all three Birdos are shown making typically feminine poses in the world title cards but are given deep voices, being voiced by actual okama. Nintendo of America usually refers to Birdo as female. The femininity of Birdo is implied in Mario Kart 8, where she appears on "Women of Racing Organization" advertisements in Royal Raceway along with other female characters, and in Sunshine Airport, where she is referred to on the broadcasting system as "Ms. In the American manual of Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour, every female character has a pink dot behind them, including Birdo. Nintendo of Europe usually refers to Birdo as female as well; however, the character is referred to with masculine pronouns in the British English localizations of Mario Tennis Aces and Super Mario Party. Additionally, in Mario Super Sluggers, Peach's Heart Swing, which stuns male characters and characters of unknown gender, does not stun female characters, including Birdo. The confusion surrounding Birdo's gender has also been addressed in a light-hearted matter, such as when Popple pauses before settling on calling Birdo a "dame" in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. In Paper Mario: Sticker Star, the first lyrics of Birdo's serenade allude to the gender confusion by saying, "Heart of a woman, heart of a man... Both can know of love's grace..." In the game Captain Rainbow, Birdo is heard with a deep, male voice which gets high-pitched when she gets angry or excited. Additionally, in the game's second trailer, Little Mac from Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! speaks about Birdo, calling her a "young lady," only to take a short break and ponder. His final verdict is, "Depending on one's view point, she is a young lady." In the game, Birdo's indeterminate gender also forms the basis for a side quest to find proof that she is a girl (which is found, but censored), overall suggesting that Birdo is a transgender female. She has a special relationship with Yoshi, since they are often partners in sports and party games. Despite this, Birdo has never appeared alongside Yoshi in a Yoshi game. , the two are partners and share a similar Special Item. On the official Japanese site for Mario Kart: Double Dash!! , the description for Catherine states she "appears to be Yoshi's girlfriend, but is actually his boyfriend!? 」) In Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64, they share a tennis court and are default partners; the two are seen to be very affectionate. In the Mario Baseball series, they share good chemistry with each other, and she is the Sub-Captain of Yoshi's team. The two also share the same Special Orb in Mario Party 7. 1-Up Mushroom • Ace Coin* • Bomb • Cherry • Coin • Crystal Ball • Dream Machine • Egg • Elevator Platform* • Flying carpet • Grass • Hidden Item Container* • Jar • Key • Key Door • Magical Potion • Mushroom • Mushroom Block • POW • Rocket • Small heart • Soft sand • Spark Chaser* • Starman • Stop Watch • Turtle Shell • Vegetable • Yoshi Egg* Albatoss • Autobomb • Beezo • Big Shy Guy* • Big Ninji* • Bob-Omb • Bouncing blade* • Cobrat • Flurry • Hoopster • Ninji • Ostro • Panser • Phanto • Pidgit • Pokey • Porcupo • Shyguy • Small Fry Guy • Snifit • Spark • Trouter • Tweeter • Whale 3 Musty Fears • Apprentice • Beetle Mania Toad • Boo, Goo, Bones, and Kipp • Boshi • Chancellor • Chef Torte • Dr. Topper • Dyna • Elder • Frogfucius • Frogfucius' Student • Gardener • Garro • Gaz • Goomba • Grandma • Hinopio • King Nimbus • Ma'Mole • Mite • Monstermama • Mushroom Boy • Pa'Mole • Queen Nimbus • Raini • Raz • Rose Town innkeeper • Royal Bus driver • Sergeant Flutter • Toadofsky • Treasure-hunting Toad • Triplets • Vault Guard Axem Rangers (Axem Red · Axem Black · Axem Green · Axem Yellow · Axem Pink) • Belome • Birdo • Blade • Boomer • Booster • Bowser • Bowyer • Bundt • Clerk • Cloaker • Count Down • Croco • Culex • Czar Dragon • Director • Dodo • Domino • Earth Link • Exor • Factory Chief • Grate Guy • Gunyolk • Hammer Bros. • Jinx • Jonathan Jones • King Calamari • Knife Guy • Mack • Mad Adder • Magikoopa • Manager • Megasmilax • Mokura • Punchinello • Raspberry • Shelly • Smithy • Valentina • Yaridovich • Zombone Bahamutt • Bandana Blue • Bob-omb • Bodyguard • Ding-A-Lings • Earth Crystal • Eggbert • Fire Crystal • Helio • Jinx Clone • King Bomb • Kinklink • Mad Mallet • Mezzo Bomb • Microbomb • Pounder • Poundette • Shyper • Smelter • Smilax • Snifit • Torte • Water Crystal • Wind Crystal • Yaridovich (mirage) Aero • Alley Rat • Amanita • Ameboid • Apprentice • Arachne • Armored Ant • Artichoker • Bahamutt • Bandana Red • Big Bertha • Big Thwomp • Birdy • Blaster • Bloober • Bloober baby • Bloober with kids • Bluebird • Bob-omb • Box Boy • Buzzer • Carroboscis • Chained Kong • Chester • Chewy • Chomp • Chomp Chomp • Chompweed • Chow • Cluster • Corkpedite • Crook • Crusty • Doppel • Drill Bit • Dry Bones • Enigma • Fautso • Fink Flower • Fireball • Forkies • Frogog • Geckit • Gecko • Glum Reaper • Goby • Goomba • Goombette • Gorgon • Greaper • Gu Goomba • Guerrilla • Heavy Troopa • Hidon • Hippopo • Hobgoblin • Jabit • Jagger • Jawful • Jester • K-9 • Kriffid • Lakitu • Leuko • Li'l Boo • Machine Made • Mad Mallet • Magmite • Magmus • Malakoopa • Mastadoom • Mr. Kipper • Muckle • Mukumuku • Ninja • Octolot • Octovader • Oerlikon • Orb User • Orbison • Pandorite • Parabomb • Pinwheel • Piranha Plant • Pounder • Poundette • Pulsar • Puppox • Pyrosphere • Rat Funk • Reacher • Remo Con • Ribbite • Rob-omb • Sackit • Shadow • Shaman • Shogun • Shy Away • Shy Guy • Shy Ranger • Shyster • Sky Troopa • Sling Shy • Snapdragon • Snifit • Sparky • Spikester • Spikey • Spinthra • Spookum • Springer • Star Cruster • Starslap • Stinger • Straw Head • Stumpet • Terra Cotta • Terrapin • The Big Boo • Thwomp • Tub-O-Troopa • Vomer • Wiggler • Zeostar Bandit's Way • Barrel Volcano • Bean Valley • Belome Temple • Booster Hill • Booster Pass • Booster Tower • Bowser's Keep • Coal Mines • Factory • Forest Maze • Grate Guy's Casino • Kero Sewers • Land's End • Mario's Pad • Marrymore • Midas River • Midas Waterfall • Moleville • Monstro Town • Mushroom Castle • Mushroom Kingdom • Mushroom Way • Nimbus Land • Pipe Vault • Rose Town • Rose Way • Sea • Seaside Town • Sky Bridge • Star Hill • Sunken Ship • Swap Shop • Tadpole Pond • Vista Hill • Yo'ster Isle Able Juice • Bad Mushroom • Beetle • Bonus Flower • Bracer • Bright Card • Carbo Cookie • Coin • Crystalline • Earlier Times • Elixir • Energizer • Fertilizer • Fire Bomb • Fireworks • Flower • Flower Box • Flower Jar • Flower Tab • Freshen Up • Fright Bomb • Frog Coin • Froggie Drink • Goodie Bag • Honey Syrup • Ice Bomb • Kerokero Cola • Lamb's Lure • Lucky Jewel • Maple Syrup • Max Mushroom • Megalixir • Mid Mushroom • Moldy Mush • Muku Cookie • Mushroom • Mystery Egg • Pick Me Up • Power Blast • Pure Water • Red Essence • Rock Candy • Rotten Mush • Royal Syrup • See Ya • Seed • Sheep Attack • Shiny Stone • Sleepy Bomb • Star • Star Egg • Toadstool's ??? • Wallet • Wilt Shroom • Yoshi-Ade • Yoshi Candy • Yoshi Cookie Alto Card • Bambino Bomb • Beetle Box • Big Boo Flag • Castle Key 1 • Castle Key 2 • Cricket Jam • Cricket Pie • Dry Bones Flag • Elder Key • Greaper Flag • Rare Frog Coin • Room Key • Shed Key • Soprano Card • Temple Key • Tenor Card Chomp • Chomp Shell • Cymbals • Double Punch • Drill Claw • Finger Shot • Froggie Stick • Frying Pan • Hammer • Hand Cannon • Hand Gun • Hurly Gloves • Lazy Shell • Masher • Mega Glove • Nok Nok Shell • Parasol • Punch Glove • Ribbit Stick • Slap Glove • Sonic Cymbal • Spiked Link • Star Gun • Sticky Glove • Super Hammer • Super Slap • Troopa Shell • Ultra Hammer • War Fan • Whomp Glove Courage Shell • Fire Cape • Fire Dress • Fire Pants • Fire Shell • Fire Shirt • Fuzzy Cape • Fuzzy Dress • Fuzzy Pants • Fuzzy Shirt • Happy Cape • Happy Pants • Happy Shell • Happy Shirt • Heal Shell • Hero Shirt • Lazy Shell • Mega Cape • Mega Pants • Mega Shirt • Nautica Dress • Pants • Polka Dress • Prince Pants • Royal Dress • Sailor Cape • Sailor Pants • Sailor Shirt • Shirt • Star Cape • Super Suit • Thick Pants • Thick Shirt • Work Pants Amulet • Antidote Pin • Attack Scarf • B'tub Ring • Coin Trick • Exp. Booster • Fearless Pin • Feather • Ghost Medal • Jinx Belt • Jump Shoes • Quartz Charm • Rare Scarf • Safety Badge • Safety Ring • Scrooge Ring • Signal Ring • Troopa Pin • Trueform Pin • Wake Up Pin • Zoom Shoes Arrow Rain • Aurora Flash • Backfire • Big Bang • Blast • Blazer • Blizzard • Body Slam • Bolt • Bombs Away • Boulder • Bowser Crush • Breaker Beam • Carni-Kiss • Chomp • Claw • Come Back • Corona • Crusher • Crystal • Dark Claw • Dark Star • Deathsickle • Diamond Saw • Doom Reverb • Drain • Drain Beam • Echofinder • Eerie Jig • Electroshock • Elegy • Endobubble • Fangs • Fear Roulette • Fire Orb • Flame • Flame Stone • Flame Wall • Flutter Hush • Full House • Fun & Run • Funguspike • G'night • Geno Beam • Geno Blast • Geno Boost • Geno Flash • Geno Whirl • Get Tough! • Grinder • Group Hug • Gunk Ball • Hammer Time • Howl • HP Rain • Ice Rock • Ink Blast • Iron Maiden • Jinxed • Last Shot! • Multistrike • Mush Funk • Mute • Petal Blast • Pierce • Poison • Poison Gas • Pollen Nap • Psych Bomb • Psyche! • Light Beam • Lightning Orb • Loco Express • Lulla-Bye • Magnum • Mega Drain • Mega Recover • Meteor Blast • Meteor Swarm • Migraine • Mirage attack! • Psycho Plasm • Psychopath • Quicksilver • Recover • S'crow Bell • S'crow Dust • S'crow Fangs • S'crow Funk • Sand Storm • Scream • Scythe • Shaker • Shocker • Shredder • Silver Bullet • Skewer • Sledge • Sleep-Sauce • Sleepy Time • Snowy • Solidify • Somnus Waltz • Spear Rain • Spore Chimes • Sporocyst • Spritz Bomb • Star Rain • Static E! • Stench • Storm • Super Flame • Super Jump • Sword Rain • Terrapunch • Terrorize • Therapy • Thornet • Thunderbolt • Triple Kick • Ultra Flame • Ultra Jump • Va Va Voom • Valor Up • Venom Drool • Vigor up! • Viro Plasm • Water Blast • Weird Mushroom • Wild Card • Willy Wisp Open Court • Hard Court • Clay Court • Grass Court • Composition Court • Mario Bros. 100m • 110m Hurdles • 4x100m Relay • Long Jump • Hammer Throw • Discus Throw • Javelin Throw • Uneven Bars • Trampoline • Rhythmic Ribbon • 100m Freestyle • Synchronized Swimming • Canoe Sprint 1000m • Equestrian - Show Jumping • Badminton - Doubles • Beach Volleyball • Table Tennis - Singles • Football • Shooting - Pistol • Fencing - Epée • Track Cycling - Team Pursuit • Dream Long Jump • Dream Rafting • Dream Discus • Dream Uneven Bars • Dream Hurdles • Dream Equestrian • Dream Sprint • Dream Trampoline • Dream Spacewalk • Dream Fencing 100m • 110m Hurdles • 1500m • 3000m Steeplechase • 4x100m Relay • Marathon • 20km Race Walk • Long Jump • Triple Jump • Pole Vault • Hammer Throw • Javelin Throw • Shot Put • 100m Freestyle • 100m Backstroke • 100m Breaststroke • 10km Marathon Swim • Platform Diving (Synchronised) • Water Polo • Synchronised Swimming (Duet) • Synchronised Swimming (Team) • Beach Volleyball • Table Tennis (Doubles) • Tennis (Singles) • Hockey • Basketball • Handball • Football • Badminton (Singles) • Badminton (Doubles) • Judo • Boxing • Taekwondo • Fencing - Epée • Wrestling - Freestyle • Horizontal Bar • Balance Beam • Rings • Floor • Trampoline • Rhythmic Ribbon (Team) • Sprint • Omnium • Keirin • BMX • Show Jumping (Team) • Rowing - Quadruple Sculls • 1000m Kayak (Singles) • Canoe Slalom (Pair) • Sailing - 470 (Pair) • Double Trap • 25m Rapid Fire Pistol • Archery (Individual) • Archery (Team) • Weightlifting • Triathlon • Modern Pentathlon 2-on-2 Icon Matchup! Court • Baby Mario & Yoshi Court • Wario & Waluigi Court • Donkey Kong Court • Mario & Luigi Court • Birdo & Yoshi Court • Super Mario Court • Peach Court • Yoshi Court • Wario Court • Waluigi Court • Bowser Court • Piranha Court Mario • Donkey Kong • Link • Samus • Yoshi • Kirby • Fox • Pikachu • Ness • Captain Falcon • Bowser • Peach • Ice Climbers • Zelda • Sheik • Luigi • Jigglypuff • Mewtwo • Marth • Mr. Mario • Ganondorf • Falco • Young Link • Pichu • Roy Fighting Wire Frames • Toad • Tingle • Wolf O'Donnell • Sandbag • Peppy Hare • Slippy Toad • Banzai Bill • Shy Guy • Pidgit • Birdo • Klaptrap • Mr. Saturn • King Dedede • Polar Bear • Topi • Whispy Woods • Super Happy Tree • Goomba • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Like Like • Re Dead • Octorok • Dark Link Articuno • Bellossom • Blastoise • Celebi • Chansey • Charizard • Chikorita • Clefairy • Cyndaquil • (Ditto) • Electrode • Entei • Goldeen • Ho-Oh • Lugia • Marill • Mew • Moltres • Porygon2 • Raikou • Scizor • Snorlax • Staryu • Suicune • Togepi • Unown • Venusaur • Weezing • Wobbuffet • Zapdos New Stages: Icicle Mountain • Princess Peach's Castle • Kongo Jungle • Great Bay • Yoshi's Story • Fountain of Dreams • Corneria • Flat Zone • Rainbow Cruise • Jungle Japes • Temple • Yoshi's Island • Green Greens • Venom • Brinstar • Onett • Mute City • Pokémon Stadium • Mushroom Kingdom • Brinstar Depths • Fourside • Big Blue • Poké Floats • Mushroom Kingdom II • Battlefield • Final Destination Returning Stages: Dream Land • Yoshi's Island • Kongo Jungle Adventure Mode Stages: Mushroom Kingdom • Underground Maze • F-Zero Grand Prix • Icicle Mountain Apple • Bunny Hood • Barrel Cannon • Capsule • Cloaking Device • Fan • Flipper • Food • Freezie • Heart Container • Lip's Stick • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Mr. Saturn • Parasol • Party Ball • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • Screw Attack • Smash Coin • Starman • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Trophy • Warp Star Big Pokey • Bomb-car • Boulder • Bus • Car • Cargo truck • Cataquack • Chain Chomp • Delfino Oak Tree • Fire Bar • Fire Chain • Freezie • Ghost • Goomba • Lava • Lava Bubble • Mecha Bowser • Mecha Piranha Plant • Mushroom Car • Noshi • Piranha Plant • Pit Plant • Pokey • Skating Shy Guy • Snowman • Thwomp • Warp Pipe • Wiggler Wagon Beanbean troops • Bink • Blablanadon • Bloat • Boddle • Boddle's assistant • Border Bros • Bowser • Bubbles • Chuckleroot • Chuckleroot's granddaughter • Cork and Cask • Dr. Toadley** • Fava • Firebrand and Thunderhand • Guffawha Ruins monster • Hammerhead Bros. • Harhall • Hermie III • Hoohoo civilization • Jellyfish Sisters • Lady Lima • Mysterious Mine Carts owner • Pea • Peach-bot • Piper • Presenter • Professor Elvin Gadd • Psycho Kamek* • Queen Bean • Soybean civilization • Spangle • Starfy* • Starshade Bros. • Toad doctor • Toadsworth • Tolstar • Yoshi Fan Club Birdo • Bowletta† • Bowser† • Cackletta† • Cackletta's Soul† • Chuckolator† • Corporal Paraplonk†† • Dragohoho† • Fawful • Flaret† • Hermie III† • Hoohooros† • Iggy Koopa • Jojora† • Jojora's friends† • Larry Koopa • Lemmy Koopa • Ludwig von Koopa • Mom Piranha† • Morton Koopa Jr. • Popple • Private Goomp†† • Queen Bean† • Rookie† • Roy Koopa • Sergeant Guy†† • Tolstar† • Trunkle† • Wendy O. Sentry • Roturret • Scope Primid • Shadow Bug • Shaydas • Shellpod • Spaak • Sword Primid • Ticken • Towtow • Trowlon 75 m • Battlefield • Bridge of Eldin • Castle Siege • Delfino Plaza • Distant Planet • Flat Zone 2 • Final Destination • Frigate Orpheon • Green Hill Zone • Halberd • Hanenbow • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Mario Bros. Koopa • Wiggler† Beanbean Borderlands • Beanbean Castle • Beanbean Castle Sewers/Beanbean Castle Sewer • Beanbean Castle Town • Beanbean Outskirts/Beanbean Fields • Beanbean International Airport • Beanbean Kingdom • Bowser's Castle • Castle Town Item Shop • Chateau de Chucklehuck • Chucklehuck Woods • Fire Palace • Guffawha Ruins • Gwarhar Lagoon • Harhall's Studio • Hoohoo Mountain • Hoohoo Village • Information Booth • Joke's End • Koopa Cruiser • Little Fungitown • Little Fungitown Item Shop • Mario Bros.' House • Mushroom Kingdom • Oho Oasis • Oho Ocean • Oho Ocean Seabed • Pipe House • Relaxation Room • S. Chuckola • Starbeans Cafe • Stardust Fields • Teehee Valley • Thunder Palace • Toadtown Square/Peach's Castle • Winkle Colosseum • Woohoo Hooniversity • Yoshi Theater Anuboo† • Bandit†† • Beanerang Bro • Beanie • Belly Blech† • Big Boo†† • Big Koopa Troopa**† • Big Tail Goomba†† • Bill Blaster† • Blooper† • Bob-omb • Bomb Boo†† • Boo • Boomerang Bro†† • Broozer†† • Buzzy Beetle†† • Chain Chomp†† • Chargin' Chuck†† • Cheep Cheep* • Chomp Bro† • Chuck Guy • Chuckorok† • Clumph • Dry Bones††† • Eeker† • Elite Captain Quartet†† • Elite Chuck Guy • Elite Dry Bones† • Elite Gritty Goomba† • Elite Limbo Bro • Elite Pestnut • Elite Troopea • Fighter Fly† • Fire Bro†† • Fire Stalking Piranha Plant†† • Fly Guy†† • Fuzzbush • Fuzzy • Glurp† • Gold Beanie • Goomba • Goomba Tower†† • Goomdiver† • Green Magikoopa†† • Gritty Goomba • Gunner Guy† • Hammer Bro • Ice Bro†† • Ice Snifit • Koopa Paratroopa†† • Koopa Troopa†† • Lakipea • Lakitu†† • Laser Snifit† • Limbo Bro • Magikoopa • Malibut† • Mecha-Blooper† • Mecha-Chomp* • Mechakoopa • Mechawful†† • Nokottasu* • Oucher Glass† • Para-Beetle†† • Parabeanie • Paragoomba†† • Paratroopea • Pestnut • Piranha Bean • Piranha Plant† • Pokey†† • Puffer-Cheep* • Red Magikoopa†† • Rex • Rotodisc† • Sand Cheep† • Scaratroopea • Sharkbone† • Sharpea • Shy Guy†† • Sniper Bill† • Spear Guy†† • Spike†† • Spiky Snifit† • Spiny††† • Spiny Cheep Cheep**† • Starkiss • Super Fly† • Sworm† • Tail Boo†† • Tanoomba • Time Bob-omb† • Troopea • Virus† • White Magikoopa†† • Yo Bro† 1-Up Mushroom • 1-Up Super • 100-Coin** • 5 Coin • 10 Coin** • 50-Coin** • Beanbean coin • Boo Biscuit** • Coin • Golden Mushroom • Green Pepper • Max Mushroom • Max Nut • Max Syrup • Mushroom • Nut • Red Pepper • Refreshing Herb • Super Mushroom • Super Nut • Super Syrup • Syrup • Ultra Mushroom • Ultra Nut • Ultra Syrup Bean Fruit • Beanbean Brooch • Beanbean Map • Beanstar • Beanstar Piece • Beanstone • Chuckola Fruit • Chuckola Reserve • Crabbie Grass • Fake Beanstar • Fire Statue • Hoohoo Spirit • Invincishroom • Mask • Membership Card • Neon Egg • Peach's Extra Dress • Pearl Bean • Peasley's Rose • Precious belonging • Red and Green Goblets • Secret Scroll 1 • Secret Scroll 2 • Suitcase • Winkle Card Axe • Badge • Bean • Bike Pad • Black Rock • Boo Statue • Brown Rock • Button • Candy ring • Chuckola Cola • Clothing • Conductor • Ghost Gown • Gray Rock • Headgear • Invincibility Mushroom†† • Koopa Clown Car • Lift • Mine Cart • Poison Mushroom • Poltergust 3000 • Pressure Plate • Region Map* • Rolling Bar Defense System • Spiky Stardust Defense System • Super Poltergust 3001 • Toad Express • Torch • Wall Face • Warp Pipe • Watering Hole • Waterspout Badges • Bean Fever • Beanbean Air • Beanhole locations (Bowser's Minions) • Bestiary (Bowser's Minions) • Clothing (Bowser's Minions) • Enemy formations • Gallery (Bowser's Minions) • Glitches (Bowser's Minions) • Hidden Block locations (Bowser's Minions) • Hooroglyphs • Level up progressions • Mario & Luigi RPG: Sound Selection • In-game music** • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes (Bowser's Minions) • Shops** • Special Skill**†† • Staff (Bowser's Minions) • Super Attack * Exclusive to Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. • Mario Circuit • Mushroomy Kingdom • New Pork City • Norfair • Picto Chat • Pirate Ship • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Rumble Falls • Shadow Moses Island • Skyworld • Smashville • Spear Pillar • Summit • Wario Ware, Inc. • ** Exclusive to Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Bowser's Minions.† Enemy, boss, or stat exclusive to the main game. • Yoshi's Island Assist Trophy • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • CD • Cracker Launcher • Deku Nut • Dragoon • Fan • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Green Shell • Hammer • Heart Container • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Key • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. • †† Enemy, boss, or stat exclusive to Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser. Saturn • Orange Cube • Party Ball • Peach • Peanut • Pellet • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • Ray Gun • Rolling Crate • Sandbag • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smash Coins • Smoke Ball • Soccer Ball • Spring • Stickers • Stock Ball • Superspicy Curry • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Starman • Star Rod • Team Healer • Timer • Trophy Stand • Unira • Vegetables • Wario Bike • Warp Star Midair Stadium • Skyworld • Sea of Clouds • The Jungle • The Plain • The Lake • The Ruined Zoo • The Battlefield Fortress • The Forest • The Research Facility Part 1 • The Lake Shore • The Path to the Ruins • The Cave • The Ruins • The Wilds Part 1 • The Ruined Hall • The Wilds Part 2 • The Swamp • Part 2 • Outside the Ancient Ruins • The Glacial Peak • The Canyon • Battleship Halberd Interior • Battleship Halberd Exterior • Battleship Halberd Bridge • The Subspace Bomb Factory Part 1 • The Subspace Bomb Factory Part 2 • Entrance to Subspace • Subspace Part 1 • Subspace Part 2 • The Great Maze Banana • Blooper • Bob-omb • Bullet Bill • Fake Item Box • Golden Mushroom • Green Shell • Lightning • Mega Mushroom • Mushroom • POW Block • Red Shell • Spiny Shell • Super Star • Thunder Cloud • Triple Bananas • Triple Green Shells • Triple Mushrooms • Triple Red Shells Birdo • Boo • Cheep Cheep • Delfino Oak Tree • Goomba • Hammer Bro • Lakitu • Mii • Monty Mole • Moo Moo • Noki • Petey Piranha • Penguin • Pianta • Shy Guy • Sledge Bro • Toad • Unagi • Yoshi • Yoshi's Egg Angry Sun • Big Pokey • Big Wiggler • Bob-omb Car • Boulder • Bowser Statue • Car • Cargo truck • Mine Cart • Cataquack • Chain Chomp • Delfino Oak Tree • Fire Bar • Fire Chain • Fire Snake • Ghost • Goomba • Koopa Zapper • Lava • Lava Bubble • Lava Geyser • Mecha Bowser • Mecha Piranha Plant • Monty Mole • Moo Moo • Oil slick • Penguin • Piranha Plant • Pirate Guy • Pokey • Shy Guy Galleon • Shy Guy Snowboarder • Sidestepper • Spiky Topman • Swoop • Thwomp • Topman • Warp Pipe • Volcanic debris Emblem • Finish Line • Gallery • Glitches • Item probability distributions • Mario Kart Channel tournaments • Mario Kart Wii Grand Prix • Mario Kart Wii Platinum Soundtrack • Pre-release and unused content • Sponsors • Staff • Starting Grid • Trading cards Yoshi • Baby Mario • Baby Luigi • Baby Peach • Baby Daisy • Baby Donkey Kong • Dixie Kong • Funky Kong • Tiny Kong • King K. • ††† Enemy variants differ in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Bowser's Minions. Rool • Kritter • Toad • Toadette • Toadsworth • Pianta • Noki • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Magikoopa • Hammer Bro • Boomerang Bro • Fire Bro • Dry Bones • Boo • King Boo • Petey Piranha • Wiggler • Goomba • Paragoomba • Monty Mole • Shy Guy • Blooper • Mii Mario: Fire Swing · Fire Ball • Luigi: Tornado Swing · Tornado Ball • Peach: Heart Swing · Heart Ball • Daisy: Flower Swing · Flower Ball • Yoshi: Egg Swing · Rainbow Ball • Birdo: Cannon Swing · Suction Ball • Wario: Phony Swing · Phony Ball • Waluigi: Liar Swing · Liar Ball • Donkey Kong: Barrel Swing · Barrel Ball • Diddy Kong: Banana Swing · Banana Ball • Bowser: Breath Swing · Killer Ball • Bowser Jr.: Graffiti Swing · Graffiti Ball Angry Attack • Ball Dash • Body Check • Burrow • Clamber • Enlarge • Hammer Throw • Ink Dive • Keeper Catch • Laser Beam • Magical Catch • Piranha Catch • Quick Throw • Scatter Dive • Spin Attack • Suction Catch • Super Dive • Super Jump • Teleport • Tongue Catch ? Baby Mario • Baby Luigi • Dixie Kong • Toad • Toadette • Toadsworth • Pianta • Noki • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Magikoopa • Hammer Bro • Dry Bones • Boo • King Boo • Petey Piranha • Goomba • Paragoomba • Monty Mole • Shy Guy Fireball (Mario) • Green Fireball (Luigi) • Heart Ball (Peach) • Flower Ball (Daisy) • Egg Ball (Yoshi) • Weird Ball (Birdo) • Phony Ball (Wario) • Liar Ball (Waluigi) • Banana Ball (Donkey Kong) • Boomerang Ball (Diddy Kong) • Killer Ball (Bowser) • Killer Jr. • King Bulblin • Krystal • Leon Powalski • Mei Ling • Metal Gear RAY • Otacon • Palkia • Palutena • Panther Caroso • Parasite Queen • Peppy Hare • Pikmin • Red Bulborb • Sandbag • Slippy Toad • Whispy Woods Andross • Barbara • Devil • Dr. Block • Ammo Boost • Balloon • Barrier • Blue Coin • Brick Block • Bomb • Bonus panel • Boo • Cannon • Chaos Emerald • Coin • Dash Panel • Dash Panel • Energy Core • Fake Item Box • Green Shell • Heart • High Speed Shoes • Item Box • Lightning • Lucky Feather • Mega Mushroom • Mini Mushroom • POW Block • Power Up • Puck Bomb • Rainbow Ring • Red Shell • Ring • Special Action • Spiny Shell • Spring • Star Bit • Star Team Coin • Super Star • Warp Hole • Wild Ball Downhill • Giant Slalom • Individual Large Hill • Team Large Hill • Moguls • Ski Cross • Halfpipe • Snowboard Cross • Speed Skating 500m • Short Track 1,000m • Short Track Relay • Figure Skating • Skeleton • Bobsleigh • Ice Hockey • Curling Dream Alpine (Individual) • Dream Alpine (Team) • Dream Ski Jumping (Individual) • Dream Ski Jumping (Team) • Dream Ski Cross (Individual) • Dream Ski Cross (Team) • Dream Snowboard Cross (Individual) • Dream Snowboard Cross (Team) • Dream Short Track • Dream Figure Skating • Dream Bobsleigh • Dream Ice Hockey • Dream Curling • Dream Snowball Fight • Dream Gliding (Individual) • Dream Gliding (Team) Alpine Skiing GS • Ski Jumping LH • Moguls • Cross-Country • Nordic Combined • Speed Skating 500m • Short Track 500m • Figure Skating • Snowboard Cross • Bobsleigh • Skeleton • Ice Hockey • Curling • Biathlon • Luge Ski Cross Racing • Rocket Ski Jumping • Supersonic Downhill • Intense Short Track • Ultimate Figure Skating • Deluxe Halfpipe • Extreme Snowboarding • Blazing Bobsleigh • Fever Hockey • Curling Bowling • Ski Shooting • Snow Machine Fight Arrange the Marks! Ball (Bowser Jr.) Red Fireball (Mario) • Green Fireball (Luigi) • Lovely Heart (Peach) • Pretty Flowers (Daisy) • Egg (Yoshi) • Pink Egg (Birdo) • Gnarly Garlic (Wario) • Whiskered Eggplant (Waluigi) • King Banana (Donkey Kong) • Chimp Banana (Diddy Kong) • Bullet Bill (Bowser) • Jr. Wright • Excitebike • Gray Fox • Hammer Bro • Helirin • Infantry and Tanks • Isaac • Jeff • Jill • Kat and Ana • Knuckle Joe • Lakitu and Spinies • Little Mac • Lyn • Metroid • Mr. Mask (Bowser Jr.) Mushroom Orb • Super 'Shroom Orb • Slow 'Shroom Orb • Metal Mushroom Orb • Flutter Orb • Cannon Orb • Lakitu Orb • Snack Orb • Hammer Bro Orb • Piranha Plant Orb • Spear Guy Orb • Kamek Orb • Toady Orb • Mr. Resetti • Nintendog • Ray Mk III • Saki Amamiya • Samurai Goroh • Shadow the Hedgehog • Starfy • Tingle • Waluigi Bellossom • Bonsly • Celebi • Chikorita • Deoxys • Electrode • Entei • Gardevoir • Goldeen • Groudon • Gulpin • Ho-Oh • Jirachi • Kyogre • Latias & Latios • Lugia • Manaphy • Meowth • Metagross • Mew • Moltres • Munchlax • Piplup • Snorlax • Staryu • Suicune • Togepi • Torchic • Weavile • Wobbuffet Fighting Alloys • Goomba • Giant Goomba • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Hammer Bro • Bullet Bill • Subspace Army • Shy Guy • Klaptrap • King Bulblin • Polar Bear • Ultimate Chimera • Armank • Armight • Auroros • Autolance • Big Primid • Bombed • Borboras • Boom Primid • Bucculus • Buckot • Bytan • Cymul • False Character • Feyesh • Fire Primid • Floow • Gamyga • Glice • Glire • Glunder • Greap • Jyk • Metal Primid • Mite • Mizzo • Nagagog • Poppant • Primid • Puppit • Roader • R. 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