They are found in the games Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Super Paper Mario, and Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. Luigi must then vacuum up the Spirit Balls to make the Boo appear and attempt to vacuum it up. The Gold Boo attacks the exact same way as a normal Boo, but drops more coins when defeated. Big Boos and Broozers appear, as well as Circling Boo Buddies. Book of Mario is a text-hack series of the Paper Mario series created by Fatguy703 and his fans respectfully. The '''Gold Boo''' is a one time enemy from Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Super Mario Bros. 3 marks the first appearance of Boos. It is revealed in Super Mario Galaxy that they speak in a language called "Booish.". It has been implied that Boos may have been other living species before they became Boos, but this has not been made clear. Boos are much more smarter and tougher in Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. Boo Buddies, also known as Circling Boo Buddies, are a spinning circular formation of Boos with different facial expressions, first found in Super Mario World. The most distinctive characteristic of the Boos is their shy personality, where they cover their faces when someone looks them directly at the face. Boos appear in Hotel Delfino on Sirena Beach in Super Mario Sunshine. If Mario replies he won't, the many Boos soon start to flood in the main hall of the Creepy Steeple. There are a total of 50 Boos that must be captured in this game in order for Luigi to gain access to King Boo in the Secret Alter. Boosare recurring enemies in the Mario series. The ones in the courtyard produce a single coin. The Item is also in the arcade games Mario Kart Arcade GP and Mario Kart Arcade GP 2. It reappears in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Boo will appear as a playable character again in Mario Party: Island Tour. The Boo item did not reappear in the Mario Kart series until the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Besides possessing the abilities of other Boos, including the ability to teleport and turn invisible, King Boo has a numerous amount of other powers. Since then, they have been a mainstay in the Mario series, usually appearing as enemies, but occasionally appearing as playable characters in the Mario spin-off games, or even as allies of Mario. Boolicious can be found on the Master Bedroom (2F) of the mansion. In Mario Party 1-4 Boos are used to steal coins or a star from an enemy for a fee. Thankfully, the enemy is an optional boss that Mario doesn't in fact have to fight. For instance, they locked Luigi away in Super Mario 64 DS and trapped Luigi in a haunted mansion in Super Mario Galaxy. StarmanLight, Boos (originally known as “Boo” Diddlys and later Boo Buddies) are common ghost enemies in the Mario franchise that first appear in Super Mario Bros. 3. They tend to disappear, teleport around, blocking Mario way. He, he, he! If Mario swings his Super Hammer three times at them, the Boos will get angry and form into the Atomic Boo. Boo Mario is the third form that Mario has access to and is found in the Ghostly Galaxy. 1 Appearances 1.1 Super Mario World 1.2 Yoshi's Story 1.3 Super Mario 3D Land Their first appearance is in Super Mario World where they can be found in the Donut Ghost House and the Forest Ghost House. Contact If you get there, they will throw you into the pit. Boos also reappear in Super Mario 3D Land, where they are commonly found in Ghost Houses. Once Red Boo is defeated, it gets replaced by Black Boo, the fastest Boo in the game. From time to time, giant Boos make surprise appearances. After Mario captures all of the Boos, he returns the Book of Sealing into the basement. In these levels, Boos would attack in groups and in a number of creative attack patterns, such as flying in wide circles in order to create obstacles for the player, or swarming in order to increase their attack radius. Boos appeared as timid and would cover themselves up if Mario or Luigi looked at them, but would chase them when they were turned away. !.He is an unlockable character in his Mario Kart debut in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! A Boo in New Super Mario Bros. Wii. Red Boos also appear in the game. Boolicious is a boo in Luigi's Mansion. Attacks They have, however, spawned a number of subspecies over the years, with the first being the "Stretch" that also debuted Super Mario Bros. 3. After obtaining twelve Power Stars,(15 in the remake) Mario and the others are able to enter Big Boo's Haunt. As later stated by Lady Bow, a monster named Tubba Blubba has recently turned invincible and has been eating Boos as payback for scaring him many times. The Boo Mushroom transforms you into Boo Mario. Boos can be tracked down using the Boo Radar function of the Game Boy Horror and Luigi must check in that certain location to reveal the Boo. They have the same tactics as those of Super Mario Bros. 3. They usually appear in groups and fly in formation. Boo They are named after the sound that one might make when trying to frighten someone ("boo! Normal Boo can only be seen at the beginning of a match, and turn invisible as player are allowed to rotate the battlefield. Dark Boos are a subspecies of Boo that have purple skin and yellow eyes. Like with Luigi's Mansion, the Boo's names are puns of objects and phrases but they do not save the current game process. They are stronger versions of Boos in both The Thousand-Year Door and Partners in Time, but have a completely different AI from regular Boos in Super Paper Mario. [9], With Boo being one of the more popular Mario enemies, their image has been used in official Nintendo merchandise, such as plush dolls,[10] as well as cookie cutters. — Boo, Super Mario 64 Wii. After so many times, Boo gets replaced by Green Boo. In Paper Mario: The Origami King, Boos reappear as enemies, in two versions, macho origami and normal origami monsters, both can be found in the Sandpaper Dessert. 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Mario defeats the Big Boo and the Steward's mansion is soon ghost-free. Player must remember their position, in order to gain the Puzzle Completion Bonus. They are generally depicted as bashful and mischievous in nature. Yoshi's Story 12. Some Boos can be seen hiding in Tubba Blubba's Castle where one of the Boos informs Mario that the secret to getting to Tubba Blubba's weakness is in the castle. Boos appear mainly in Ghost Houses throughout the game, and also in World 8-1. A Dark Boo is a purple Boo located inside the Poshley Sanctum.They are a lot more powerful than the average Boo and guard the 6th Crystal Star.It is unknown if they are intentionally evil Boos or if they're just guarding the star and got the name because of their dark color. They go under the name Mega Booor King Boo. Interestingly, King Boo is one of the heavyweight characters, despite being a floating, weightless ghost. In Mario Party, Mario Party 2, and Mario Party 3, Boos appeared in several mini-games. Goombario's tattle for the Boo Igor in Paper Mario states: "He probably was a merchant before he became a Boo," implying that current Boos may have once been living beings. Enemies in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Enemies in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, List of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Staff Ghosts' statistics, List of Mario Kart 8 Staff Ghosts' statistics, https://mario.fandom.com/wiki/Boo?oldid=314723. In World of Light, there is a Boo spirit at Dracula's Castle guarding imprisoned Dark Pit. Peepa Edit. They first appear in World 3's Ghost House in World 3 (NSMB Wii). First Game King Boo took her under his wing and attempted to train her into a great ghost. In Paper Mario: Sticker Star: The Enigmansion. This form first appeared in Super Mario Galaxy in the Ghostly Galaxy. Since their first appearance, apart from their names being shortened simply to "Boos", their design or habits have not changed significantly, despite their appearances in most games since Super Mario Bros. 3. Boo was once a human girl, but she was killed by Mariowhen he ate a mega mushroom and stomped over Boo's town. In Mario Power Tennis, Boo is a playable character. Boos, known in Japan as Teresa,[a] are fictional ghosts from the Mario and Yoshi series of video games. Boos appeared many times throughout the Mario Party series. Being ghosts, they are usually invincible, and unable to be defeated without certain items or conditions. In Mario Party DS komt hij voor in de minigame Peek-a-Boo. As Boo Mario you can float by repeatedly pressing A, and you can dissappear by shaking the Wiimote. [18], Celeste Monsour of geek culture website Fandomania published a list of ten of her favorite Boo-related arts and crafts created by fans for Halloween. The Boos will guard the helpful Super Boots and one Boo will even teach Mario how to use them. In the Super Mario 3D World Game Style, they have an alternate form called Peepas. They are a type of white, spherical ghost with menacing and normally open mouths. '''Boo''' is a recurring character in the Paper Mario series and in the Mario series in general. Big Boos are the result of multiple Boos fusing together. He is first met in Level 2. If Mario obtains a Boo Mushroom, he will turn into Boo Mario. Ultimate This form first appeared in Super Mario Galaxy in the Ghostly Galaxy. In Super Paper Mario, Boos can be found in certain areas of the game such as in the basement of Merlee's Mansion or the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials. Their pranks were far too mean and abusive for her. They were also used as harmless features on tracks such as Ghost Valley, Luigi's Mansion, and Banshee Boardwalk. It is a ghost that, in most cases, is an enemy. Bomb Boos are a type of Boo that appear in the Mario series first appearing in Super Mario Galaxy. Boos are small enemies, half the size of Mario. It might also be derived from peek-a-boo, being behind someone and shout the phrase behind their backs. Bow joins Mario after he solves the puzzles in Boo Mansion. Super Mario World was also the first game to reveal that some Boos were able to transform into blocks, which, if lured into a suitable position, can be used to reach otherwise unreachable platforms. Boos appeared in Ghost Houses in Super Mario World. King Boo is one of three main antagonists and the leader of one of the three armies. In the 2001 GameCube launch title, Luigi's Mansion, the Boos were given the role of primary villains, alongside other miscellaneous ghosts of the mansion. [14] Boo was listed as the second best ghost in video game history by Joystick Division. Boo Buddies will count as 8 Boos towards the Boo Clear Condition. Boo would also steal an item from a racer on the track if possible. Where it has two Power Shots, one that forms into many Boos; at the same time, the real Boo hits the ball while the fake fades. They are known for … His species is Boo, which are enemies in the game. Boo does not directly attack Mario. They are small ghosts that were introduced inSuper Mario Bros. 3. In Ultimate, it can be seen at Luigi's Mansion. Boo appeared as a playable character in Mario Party 5, and Pink Boos took over the shops and the mini-games. If Mario answers correctly, the Boo rewards him with an Ultra Shroom. They also make an appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, along with several other Mario characters. Also appearing in Super Mario Bros. 3, are Stretches, a longer version of Boos that appear in Fortresses throughout the Mushroom Kingdom. In Paper Mario: Color Splash, Boos reappear as enemies in the parallel versions of Vortex Island, Lighthouse Island and Fortune Island, where they seemingly replace Bloopers in that world. He is first met in Level 2. Boo is afraid of anyone, so if you look at him, he hides in the shadows. Their attack pattern is the same as those from Super Mario Bros. 3 and will occasionally make faces at Mario and Luigi. They first appeared as a common enemy in 1988's Super Mario Bros. 3, in which they were called Boo Diddleys (a reference to the American blues singer Bo Diddley). They are known for their large tongues and small "arms" of some sort. Sabrian "Boo" Sledge, half of the American hip hop duo Boo & Gotti; Ben Okello Oluoch, Kenyan politician and host of the radio program Kogwen gi BOO; Arts, entertainment, and media Fictional characters. They will uncover their faces once the subject turns around. Boos are found in four galaxies in Super Mario Galaxy, those being the Ghostly Galaxy, the Bigmouth Galaxy, the Deep Dark Galaxy, and the Sand Spiral Galaxy. King Boo always takes big enjoyment out of tricking helpless victims. The Boos can also make themselves fly higher (preventing Hammer attacks) and invisible (preventing any attacks from hitting at all). A new sub-species of Boos was introduced, the Boo Buddy. The other has it forming its racket with many Boos and hits the ball while the Boos fly with it. In battle, the Boos mainly attack by scaring at one of Mario's party. Unlike normal Boos, Boo Buddies do not stop moving when Mario faces them. The Boo's names in this game are puns of other objects or phrases such as the "Gameboo Advance" is a pun of the "Gameboy Advance.". Boo did like a good prank every once and awhile, but these pranks seemed just pure evil to her. As its name suggests, it is a Boo much larger then a regular Boo. During the fight, the Big Boo can only attack Mario by swallowing him, and spitting him out. Placing a Boo above a block will make it change into a Stretch and shaking it will cause it to change into Boo Buddies. Boos(originally known as “Boo” Diddlysand later Boo Buddies) are common ghost enemies in the Mariofranchisethat first appear in Super Mario Bros. 3. Each Boo counts as one when defeated at a time. In recent years, they seem to have overcome their fears in order to pursue tennis and other social activities. By pressing C-Down, she can protect Mario from enemy attacks and not get attacked by an enemy. In this form, the player is able to levitate and pass through certain walls, and being able to understand the Boos' language, "Booish". In the game, he would appear if Mario smashed the Boos surrounding him twice. This led to King Boo to capturing Mario and releasing all of the captured portrait ghosts with the help of Vincent van Gore. Boolicious does attack Luigi if cornered. They also appear as opponents in 1992's Yoshi's Cookie, as well as appearing as enemies in the 1993 first-person shooter Yoshi's Safari. It is a ghost that, in most cases, is an enemy. 1 Appearance 2 Personality 3 Mechanics 4 Abilities 5 Strategy 6 Mario's Dream 2 7 Death Screen 8 Chaos Mode 9 Gallery 9.1 Trivia King Boo is a large Boo with a crown that bears a purple gem on his head. [22] In 2013, ScrewAttack placed King Boo at number 2 in top ten Ghosts in video game history. [11] IGN's Audrey Drake listed Boo as one of the best enemies in the Mario series[12] while GameDaily ranked Boo seventh in a similar list, saying it is "unique" due to the fact that "Mario cannot kill with a Fire Flower or using one of his special suits. If the Atomic Boo is defeated, then the Boos will no longer surround in the Creepy Steeple (except a few can then be fought as regular enemies). Green Boo is faster, and once Green Boo is defeated so many times, it gets replaced by Red Boo. Boos played a much more prominent role in Super Mario World,[4] in which they were the starring enemies in the game's many Ghost House levels. To defeat him, you would have to throw special eggs at the wall so that it would bounce back and hit him when you weren't looking at him. Boo są jednym z gatunków duchów. Boos will also tend to head into other rooms even those that haven't been unlocked yet. Super Mario Bros. 3 3. This time, they fuse together and become the Big Boo. Although Boos did not appear in the Super Smash Bros. series, they do make a small appearance in the Luigi's Mansion stage when a part of the mansion breaks off. The word 'boo' is often used as an unexpected surprise. Notably in Luigi's Mansion, King Boo's power increases when he is in the presence of other Boos. Their Special Skill is Evasion Cloak, which raises their evasion. The most distinctive characteristic of the Boos is their shy personality, where they cover their faces when someone looks them directly at the face. Boos may not have appeared in Super Mario Bros., but they make an appearance in the remake Super Mario Bros. Deluxe as the main enemy in "You VS. Boo" mode. Boosare recurring enemies in the Mario series. Boo is a playable and non-playable character in the Mario Party series. Yoshi 5. After the Boo has been captured, E. Gadd will update the Boo and even save Luigi's current progress for him. W grze, latają za postacią, potrafią przelatywać przez bloki, i mogą latać we wszystkich kierunkach. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Boos inhabit the Creepy Steeple in this game. It returned in Mario Kart 64, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Mario Kart DS, Mario Kart Arcade GP, and Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 with the same function, but in Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Boo also slowed the leader down and caused him/her to lose coins. Yoshi 6. The Boo Mushroom debuts in Super Mario Galaxy. 1 Appearances 1.1 Super Mario Galaxy 1.2 Super Mario Galaxy 2 2 Other appearances 2.1 Super Smash Bros. Ring Beam • Porcupuffer • Prickly Piranha Plant • Sentry Beam • Sentry Garage • Slurple • Spangler • Spiky Topman • Spoing • Spring • Spring Topman • Starbag • Thorny Flower • Thwomp • Topmini • Torpedo Ted • Tox Box • Tweester • Undergrunt • Urchin • Water Shooter • Wiggler. Their attack pattern is the same as those from Super Mario Bros. 3 and will occasionally make faces at Mario and Luigi. He is the fifth boo too be captured in the game. He appeared in the Luigi's Mansion series and in Joseph's House!. Kamek uses his magic to combine all of the 100 Boos into one Big Boo. 1 History 1.1 Paper Mario 1.2 Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door 1.3 Super Paper Mario 1.4 Paper Mario: Sticker Star 1.5 Paper Mario: Color Splash Boos appear several times throughout the story in Paper Mario. This may mean that his crown weighs a lot or because of his large size. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article. It marks Dry Bones ' first playable appearance in the Mario Party series, Dry Bones is Boo's main partner throughout the game. Boo Mario will transform back to normal Mario once he is exposed to light (either outside light or light from a lamp), is harmed by an enemy or is in a Launch Star or Sling Star. Artwork of a Boo from Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. A group of Boos appear in the Castle Gardens Courtyard (eight holding red coins in the DS version) outside the castle at the back, they appear after 1 star, and a Big Boo can be found in the hallway leading out to the gardens. It first appeared in Super Mario Kart. "[13] They also placed Boo fifth in a list of Nintendo characters that deserve their own games, calling it "Nintendo's favorite ghost". Also introduced in Super Mario World were the Big Boo and Fishin' Boo, a ghost-like form of a Lakitu. Tubba Blubba then runs away crying much to the joy and relief of the Boos. King BooBowser You can also use it in Super Mario Galaxy 2. King Boo and his minions once again play a prominent role in its sequels. A Star can only defeat them. They can only be defeated if they are under a stream of light. In the Yoshi games, Boos mainly act in the same way as they do in the Mario games. A new sub-species of Boos was introduced, the Boo Buddy. Boo These shy spirits inhabit Mario's world and have been known to vanish or freeze when met face-to-face. Regular Boos also appear on the board. If Mario waits too long in a spot, the Boos will crowd around him and throw him out of the steeple. Super Mario World 4. Boos have also appeared in a number of forms in all of Yoshi's main platform games, starting with Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island in 1995, in which they appear as common enemies, as well as having a boss in the form of 'Bigger Boo'. !, Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Mario Kart Tour. In Mario Party 9, King Boo appears as the boss of Boo's Horror Castle. Big Boos are the result of multiple Boos fusing together. Mario Party 3 15. Boo was removed from the playable character roster in Mario Party DS, although he did appear in a couple of mini-games. A punch or a kick is required to defeat them. If he flies into a light, he turns into regular Mario. A Dark Boo from TTYD. It would render the character invisible to all other racers and invulnerable to all hazards (except for falls). Macho Boos in Paper Mario: The Origami King. Boo (character), a ghost character in the Mario series Boo (Sonic the Hedgehog character), a ghost character in "Sonic the Hedgehog" series King Boo is the king of all Boos, and although he is not the biggest Boo, he is the most powerful of his kind.He is very sneaky and can summon anyone's special item in Mario Kart: Double Dash! The enemy were generally invincible unless a Hammer Bro. King Boo is an antagonist in Mario's Dream. A new form of Boos are introduced in this game, called the Bomb Boo. Super Mario World also introduced the "Fishin' Boo", a ghostly version of a Lakitu, as well as the secret boss "Big Boo", a larger and stronger Boo who would return as a boss throughout the series and even gain a subspecies of the same name. and then jumped on or ground pounded for defeat. Boo is a recurring character in the MarioWario videos. Bow is the leader of the Boos of Boo's Mansion in Paper Mario and is aided by her butler, Bootler.She is very strong-headed and a bit snooty due to her princess-like status in life but is also kind-hearted in wanting to aid Mario so he can save Princess Peach and the world's wishes. Leader Though their specifics change from game to game, Boos are usually bashful, cowardly, spherical ghosts. Boo is a playable character in Mario Party 7. As A Boo, Mario can fly through the air a short distance, protecting him from hazardous terrain such as quicksand. 1. Once King Boo is defeated, Luigi is let free. [19] The British Official Nintendo Magazine included the Boo Mushroom in their "Top 20 Mario Power-ups", ranking it at fourteenth, stating that it's "ruddy mint". They live within Ghost Houses and Fortresses. Mario Tennis(Nintendo 64) 14. As his name suggests, he is the King of all Boos. Boos reappear in New Super Mario Bros. Wii and appear in Ghost Houses, like in previous games. Mario Party 2 13. Super Mario Bros. 3 2. Outside of the games, Boos also appear in the Super Mario-kun comics. 1 Game Appearances 2 Luigi's Mansion and Boss Battle. King Boo as he appears in Mario Kart Wii.. He needs special hats to transform and take characteristics of another species, one of which is a Boo. NOTE: BoM64 crashes at 1:41:47. Boo is an enemy and character in a lot of Mario games.He sometimes helps Mario, but can sometimes be on Bowser's side. Their appearance is more of a glowing blue instead of the normal white. History Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Boos reappeared in New Super Mario Bros. 2, and introduced a new variety, Boohemoth. Boos are obtainable minions of the Flying trooper type. There are many different kinds of Boos, including Boo Clocks, Boo Streams, Big Boos, and regular Boos. Boo is afraid of anyone, so if you look at him, he hides in the shadows. After Mario finds the key and finds the source of Tubba Blubba's invincibility, Tubba Blubba is defeated and spits out every Boo he has eaten. Boos keep the same role as they did in the original; instead, their eye color is different. Other types of Boos include Big Boos. Boos (JPJapanese: テレサRomaji: Teresa) (originally known as “Boo” Diddlys1 and later Boo Buddies234) are common ghost enemies in the Mario series that first appear in Super Mario Bros. 3. The game's primary antagonist is King Boo, their king who leads the Boos of the mansion and who is responsible from trapping Mario inside a portrait. After the Boo's HP has reached zero, Luigi must quickly vacuum it up into the Poltergust 5000 before it regains itself. Boos reappear in Super Mario 3D Land and New Super Mario Bros. 2, the latter of which introduces a new subspecies called the "Boohemoth". They act as they did in previous games. Boos appear in the Super Mario All-Stars remake of Mario Bros.. On his quest to collect power stars, Mario encounters obstacles he cannot pass normally. He sometimes helps Mario, but can sometimes be on Bowser'sside. He is found in Big Boo's Haunt, and you fight him three times. Boos are also able to disguise themselves as Shadow Mario to confuse Mario when he's looking for the real Shadow Mario. M… King Boo can be found in the basement of the Hotel Delfino. The circle has a single large gap and several small gaps between the individual Boo Buddies, allowing Mario to jump through. The level portal is found in a small cage inside a bigger Boo. "I am the yummy Boolicious" - Boolicious HP: 30 Location: Master Bedroom Attack: 2 at minimum. If a Boo catches sight of Mario while he's Boo Mario, they start moving towards him, falling in the "love" as the heart up them when seeing Mario would mean. Red Boos also make an appearance in which they can be sprayed with F.L.U.D.D and used as platforms. Boo is one of Bowser's minions. - Boo Boo - są wrogami w serii Mario. They also have prominent roles in Luigi's Mansion, Luigi's Mansion: … Red Boos appear in a few minigames such as Ghost in the Hall. Boo ditched the Bo… In Mario Kart, he is a medium weight character, but King Boo is a heavy weight character. Their presence can be recognized by their signature cackle. Boo First Game Super Mario Kart Status Enemies Relationships Boss: Bowser Main Colors White A Boo is a ghastly enemy that haunt multiple locations in the Super Mario series. After following the cackle of King Boo, Mario arrives in a room with a mirror in it. The Boos in this game doesn't pull against the Poltergust 3000 which means that Luigi must point the Poltergust 3000 at the Boo in order to suck it up. The Boos in this are informed by Lady Bow to test Mario before he is allowed to see her. 10 Frightfully Awesome Mario Ghost Crafts", "Nintendo Feature: Top 20 Mario Power-Ups", "Boo Suit (Super Mario Galaxy) | 10 Greatest Mario Power-Ups | Power Grid", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Boo_(character)&oldid=1000943405, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 January 2021, at 13:41.