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Paper Mario: The Origami King – all partners, chapters, weapons, items, accessories, and enemies

Posted on July 12, 2020 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Paper Mario: The Origami King

Following a leak, a ton of new information has come to light for Paper Mario: The Origami King. Information pertaining to the game’s partners, chapters, weapons, items, accessories, and enemies have been posted online.

For those that will be playing the game, you may want to skip on reading up on the latest details that have surfaced. If you’re curious about the different content The Origami King has to offer though, we have the full roundup below.

Partners

  • Bobby (Attack Name: : Bomb Bump)
  • Professor Toad (Attack Name: Dig This)
  • Kamek (Attack Name: Magic)
  • Bowser Jr. (Attack Name: Tantrum)
  • Bowser (Attack Name: Fire Breath)
  • Luigi​ [minor role]
  • Spike (Attack: Up-Chuck) [minor role] 
  • Bone Goomba (Attack: Skullbonk) [minor role]

Chapters

  • Prologue:
    • Peach’s Castle
  • Chapter 1 – Red Streamer:
    • Whispering Woods
      • Sweet Sap Loggins
      • Toad’s BBQ Foodeatery
    • Toad Town
      • Toad Town Port
      • Musée Champignon
      • Battle Lab
    • Graffiti Underground
    • Picnic Road
      • Earth Vellumental Temple
    • Overlook Mountain
      • Overlook Tower
  • Chapter 2 – Blue Streamer:
    • Autumn Mountain
      • Chestnut Valley
      • Water Vellumental Shrine
      • Eddy River
    • Shogun Studios
      • Tranquil Pipes Teahouse
      • Ninja Attraction
      • Shuriken Dojo
      • Big Sho’ Theater
  • Chapter 3 – Purple Steamer:
    • Sweetpaper Valley
    • Breezy Tunnel
    • Scorching Sandpaper Desert
      • Scorching Sandpaper Minor
      • Scorching Sandpaper West
      • Scorching Sandpaper East
      • Scorching Sandpaper Far West
      • Scorching Sandpaper Far East
    • Snif City
      • Snif City Royal Hotel
    • Fire Vellumental Cave
    • Temple of Shrooms
  • Chapter 4 – Purple Steamer:
    • The Princess Peach (Cruise Ship)
    • The Great Sea
      • Bonehead Island
      • Mushroom Island
      • Crescent Moon Island
      • Full Moon Island
      • Hammer Island
      • Club Island
      • Heart Island
      • Spade Island
      • ? Island
      • Scuffle Island
        • Origami Workshop (home of Olly’s creator, the Origami Craftsman)
      • Diamond Island
        • Hall of Trials
    • Ice Vellumental Mountain
    • Sea Tower
  • Chapter 5 – Green Streamer:
    • Shangri-Spa
      • Spring of Purification
      • Spring of Rainbows
      • Spring of Jungle Mist
    • Shy Guys Finish Last
    • Bowser’s Castle
    • Bowser’s Airship
  • Chapter 6 – Origami Castle:
    • Hotfoot Crater
    • Origami Castle
      • King Olly’s Throne Room

Weapons:

  • Boots – Standard boots. Great for jumping on basic enemies.
    • Shiny Boots
    • Flashy Boots
    • Legendary Boots
    • Gold Boots – Wear these to stomp a few coins out of your enemies!
  • Hammer – A classic. Mario’s trusty hammer, great for hitting basic foes.
    • Shiny Hammer – Stronger and shinier than your regular, everyday hammer.
    • Flashy Hammer
    • Legendary Hammer
    • Gold Hammer – Use this to knock coins out of your enemies’ pockets.
  • Iron Boots – Stronger than regular boots—and they can stomp spiked enemies!
    • Shiny Iron Boots
    • Flashy Iron Boots
    • Legendary Iron Boots
  • Hurlhammer – A hammer that you can throw for long- range attacks.
    • Shiny Hurlhammer
  • Fire Hammer – A hammer that blazes with flames when whacking an enemy.
  • Ice Hammer – A hammer that crackles with ice when whacking foes.

Items

  • Mushroom – A useful item that can restore Mario’s health anytime.
    • Shiny Mushroom
    • Flashy Mushroom
  • Fire Flower – Use this to throw fireballs at enemies in a straight line.
    • Shiny Fire Flower
  • Ice Flower – Use this to throw ice balls at enemies in a straight line.
    • Shiny Ice Flower
  • Tail – Equip this to spin and flick your tail at nearby enemies.
    • Shiny Tail
  • POW Block – Shakes the ground, dealing damage to all enemies.
  • 1-Up Mushroom – Automatically revives Mario if he falls in a battle.
  • Hidden Block Unhider – Helps you find nearby hidden blocks.
  • Toad Radar – Helps you find nearby Toads in trouble.
  • Lamination Suit – Put this on to make yourself harder for enemies to see!
  • Boot Whistle – Summons your trusty Boot Car Type B when you’re in the desert.

Accessories

  • Heart Plus – Raises your HP a little bit during battle.
  • Silver Heart Plus – Raises your HP a lot during battle.
  • Gold Heart Plus – Raises your HP a ton during battle.
  • Guard Plus – Reduces the amount of damage you take in battle a little bit.
  • Silver Guard Plus – Reduces the amount of damage you take in battle by a lot.
  • Gold Guard Plus – Reduces the amount of damage you take in battle by a ton.
  • Time Plus – Gives you extra time to arrange enemies once battle starts.
  • Silver Time Plus – Gives you even more time to arrange enemies in battle.
  • Gold Time Plus – Gives you a ton of extra time to arrange enemies in battle.
  • Toad Alert – Makes a sound when a Toad near you is in trouble.
  • Treasure Alert – Makes a sound when a chest or Collectible Treasure is nearby.
  • Hidden Block Alert – Makes a sound when you’re near a hidden block.
  • Membership Card – Gives you a 20% discount on weapons and items in shops.
  • Silver Membership Card – Gives you a 30% discount on weapons and items in shops.
  • Gold Membership Card – Gives you a 50% discount on weapons and items in shops.
  • Confetti Vacuum – Allows you to pick up confetti from farther away.
  • Ally Tambourine – Raises attack power for all of your allies for a little bit.
  • Coin Step Counter – Walk 10,000 steps to win a prize!
  • Petal Bag – Turns your confetti into cherry blossom petals.
  • Retro Soundbox – Changes hammering, jumping, and walking sounds for Mario.

Enemies

  • Folded Soldiers
    • Boomerang Bro
    • Fire Bro
    • Hammer Bro
    • Ice Bro
    • Sledge Bro
    • Swoop
    • Chargin’ Chuck
    • Fuzzy
    • Scaredy Rat
    • Monty Mole *
    • Thwomp
    • Ptooie
    • Spike
    • Snow Spike
    • Stone Spike
    • Blooper
    • Poison Blooper *
    • Scuttlebug
    • Stingby
    • Shy Guy
    • Black Shy Guy
    • Emcee Shy Guy *
    • Fly Guy
    • Sombrero Guy *
    • Slurp Guy *
    • Ninji
    • Handaconda
    • Galoomba
    • Sumo Bro
    • Sidestepper
    • Mechakoopa
    • Dry Bones
    • Parabones *
    • Crowber
    • Goomba
    • Bone Goomba
    • Shoe Goomba
    • Paragoomba
    • Dino Rhino *
    • Buzzy Beetle
    • Bony Beetle *
    • Spike Top
    • Snifit
    • Koopa Troopa
    • Koopa Paratroopa
    • Piranha Plant
    • Nipper Plant
    • Rocky Wrench
    • Jumping Piranha Plant
    • Cheep Cheep
    • Li’l Cutout Soldier
    • Big Cutout Soldier
    • Boss Sumo Bro
    • Pokey
    • Spiny
    • Boo
  • Paper Macho Soldiers:
    • Paper Macho Lava Bubble
    • Paper Macho Bob-omb
    • Paper Macho Spike Outlaw
    • Paper Macho Stone Spike
    • Paper Macho Gooper Blooper
    • Paper Macho Shy Guy
    • Paper Macho Goomba
    • Paper Macho Goomba Outlaw
    • Paper Macho Mummy Goomba
    • Paper Macho Buzzy Beetle
    • Paper Mistake Buzzy Beetle
    • Paper Macho Snifit Outlaw
    • Paper Macho Koopa Troopa
    • Paper Macho Koopa Paratroopa
    • Paper Macho Piranha Plant
    • Mega Paper Macho Pokey
    • Paper Macho Boo
    • Paper Macho Chain Chomp
  • Vellumental:
    • Earth Vellumental
    • Water Vellumental
    • Fire Vellumental
    • Ice Vellumental
  • The Legion of Stationary:
    • Colored Pencils – The Missile Maestro
    • Rubber Band – The Elastic Entertainer
    • Hole Punch – The Disco Devil
    • Tape – The Shifty Sticker
    • Scissors – The Dual-Bladed Duelist
    • Stapler – The Fanged Fastener
  • King Olly
    • Phase 1: Olly transforms into each of the different Vellumentals to attack Mario.
    • Phase 2: Olly increases in size. Olivia folds Bowser into a giant Origami Bowser to defeat him, with Mario providing support.
    • Phase 3: Olly continues to grow in size; Mario must make his way to a magic circle so Olivia can transform herself and deal the final blow.

Note: some enemies may have been leftovers from Paper Mario: Color Splash or cut during development. Since this information is based on internal text, enemies listed above with an asterisk don’t have attack names or description from the in-game museum.

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