Layout[ edit ] Mario comes here to look for a Royal Sticker. The start of the fortress, inside is a block that will change the bridge's direction when hit. North exit, there is a Save Block and Bowser Tape that can be pulled to cover half the spikes with carpet.
Background[ edit ] Stickers come from the Sticker Comet. Once every year, they rain down on the Mushroom Kingdom during the Sticker Festival. After Bowser accidentally shatters the Comet and scatters the Royal StickersMario is forced to retrieve them with the help of Kerstia sticker being who is the caretaker of the Sticker Comet.
Along the way, stickers are used to solve puzzles and battle enemies. Stickers can be found almost everywhere. They are sometimes dropped by enemies, found on walls, found in?
Blocksbought at shops, etc. Stickers can only be kept as long as there is space in the album, and certain stickers take up more room than others. In order to maximize usage of space, it may be necessary to rearrange stickers or even remove them.
Pressing while looking at the sticker album will automatically re-arrange all stickers to maximize free space. This setup usually consists of two large stickers in a corner surrounded by smaller ones, though it varies depending on the size of the stickers collected. The Sticker Album is grouped into different tabs: Things - While not technically stickers themselves, Things can be converted into Thing stickers at a shop in Decalburg or at Outlook Point World Scraps - These are obtained from removing environmental objects from a Paperized scene or found on the floor.
They can be re-pasted later to alter a new environment, either by simply filling voids or revealing new objects and paths. Stickers vary in size.
The three different sizes stickers come in are: Small 1x1 takes up exactly 1 full square in the Album. Large 2x2 takes up 4 full squares in the Album. There are 96 battle stickers in the game.Birdo, also known as Catherine, is a recurring character in the Mario series.
She first appeared in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic (夢工場 ドキドキパニック), a Japanese game featuring Birdo as the first boss. After its release in Japan, Nintendo of America remade it, featuring Mario characters, but kept the. Goomba Fortress is level in the game Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
This is where the first Royal Sticker is found, and where Megasparkle Goomba is fought. Contents. With Goombario's among others help, Mario was able to defeat Bowser and save the Mushroom Kingdom.
as the final level is a Goomba hideout called the Goomba Fortress. The boss of the area is a crazed Goomba called the Megasparkle Goomba. Several new types of Goombas A Goomba sprite from Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Trivia Edit.
Not to be confused with Paper Mario Sticker Star's Goomba's Fortress. Goomba Fortress is a small castle owned by Goomba King, Red Goomba and Blue Goomba. The fortress blocks off Toad Town from Goomba Village, set up by Bowser to prevent Mario from rescuing the Star Spirits.
Paper Mario: Sticker Star is an action-adventure, role-playing game for the Nintendo 3DS developed by Intelligent caninariojana.com the fourth installment in the Paper Mario series, it is the first Paper Mario title to be released for a handheld console.
It is the successor to Paper Mario, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario, and is the predecessor of Paper Mario. Nov 16, · Paper Mario: Sticker Star is an action-adventure, role-playing game for the Nintendo 3DS developed by Intelligent caninariojana.com the fourth installment in the Paper Mario series, it is the first Paper Mario title to be released for a handheld console.
It is the successor to Paper Mario, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Super Paper Mario, and is the predecessor of Paper Mario: Color Splash.