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This article is about the the stage. For the the character, see Paper Mario (SSBStrife).


Paper Mario
SSB4 Paper Mario stage
Series MarioSymbol Super Mario
Based upon Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Nintendo 3DS (2012)
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SSBStrife head icon - Mario 0 SSBStrife head icon - Luigi 0 SSBStrife head icon - Peach 0 SSBStrife head icon - Bowser 0 SSBStrife head icon - Dr. Mario 0 SSBStrife head icon - Rosalina & Luma 0 SSBStrife head icon - Bowser Jr. 0
SSBStrife head icon - Daisy 0 SSBStrife head icon - Waluigi 0 SSBStrife head icon - Paper Mario 0 SSBStrife head icon - Toad 0 SSBStrife head icon - Birdo 0 SSBStrife head icon - Mario 64 0 SSBStrife head icon - Geno 0

Paper Mario is a downloadable stage from Super Smash Bros. Strife, returning from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. The stage is actually a combination of three different stages that change during battle, with Hither Thither Hill and Bowser's Sky Castle from Paper Mario: Sticker Star, and the S.S. Flavio from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door being the main settings for the stages.

Stage Layout Edit

The layout of Paper Mario changes depending on whatever variant is currently in play. The variants always follow a set pattern, though it is randomized which variation is in play when the battle starts. The variations go: Hither Thither Hill, S.S. Flavio, and Bowser's Sky Castle, before repeating. All variants of the stage has had several changes made to them; most notably in the removal of most stage hazards and making the stage larger in most aspects.

SSBStrife stage layout - Paper Mario 1

The Hither Thither Hill stage layout contains a single large, flat platform with a hill to the right side of the stage. On the right, there is a large windmill, and the blades can be stood on and will rotate under a heavy fighter. The size of the main platform has been made longer than in the 3DS version of the stage, and three small clouds that act as platforms have been added in the sky, while the one hanging near the windmill has been removed. The fan no longer appears before the transition to the next variant, as well. The Ω variant of the stage is set in this variant.

SSBStrife stage layout - Paper Mario 2

The S.S. Flavio stage layout contains four semi-soft platforms and a single large platform. The main deck of the ship is slightly slanted, and has three masts that each include platforms; with the middle mast now being much larger and having two platforms as opposed to just one. The stage tips as it travels atop water (which fighters can now swim in), slanting each platforms. Both the Blooper and Whale hazards have been removed from the stage, though both may appear in the background.

SSBStrife stage layout - Paper Mario 3

Finally, the Bowser's Sky Castle stage layout is centred around a large bust of Bowser's head. Unlike in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Bowser's head is static, and does not rotate nor chomp at fighters. There are four platforms located around the head, all of which can be fallen through.

Music Edit

Music Description
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Paper Mario Medley "Paper Mario Medley" is the track of the same name from Super Smash Bros. 4. It remains unchanged from its previous appearance. When playing on the stage, the segment of the song will match up with the current stage layout.
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MarioSymbol
Battle (Thousand-Year Door) "Battle (Thousand-Year Door)" is, as its name implies, a direct rip of the main battle theme from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
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MarioSymbol
Gooper Blooper Battle Boogie "Gooper Blooper Battle Boogie" is a direct rip and mash-up of all variations of Gooper Blooper's battle theme from Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
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MarioSymbol
Battle (Sticker Star) "Battle (Sticker Star)" is, as its name implies, a direct rip of the main battle theme from Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
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MarioSymbol
The Ultimate Show "The Ultimate Show" is a direct rip of the final boss theme from Super Paper Mario, where the party faces off against Super Dimentio; the combination of Luigi, and Dimentio.
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Shiny RoboBowser "Shiny RoboBowser" is a direct rip of the final boss theme from Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, where the Mario Bros. and Paper Mario face off against the combination of Bowser and Paper Bowser: Shiny RoboBowser.
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MarioSymbol
Forest Maze "Forest Maze" is a rearrangement of the Forest Maze theme from Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
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MarioSymbol
Glitzville "Glitzville" is a direct rip of the Glitzville theme from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
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Try, Try Again The "Try, Try Again" theme from Super Smash Bros. 4, unchanged.
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MarioSymbol
Battle! (Mario & Luigi) "Battle! (Mario & Luigi)" is a direct rip of the Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga battle them remix from Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam.
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MarioSymbol
Megasparkle Goomba's Brilliant Battle "Megasparkle Goomba's Brilliant Battle" is a direct rip of the boss battle theme against Megasparkle Goomba from Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
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MarioSymbol
Huffin' and Puffin' "Huffin' and Puffin'" is a remix of Huff N. Puff's boss battle theme from Paper Mario for the Nintendo 64.
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MarioSymbol
Mario Paint Medley The "Mario Paint Medley" theme from Super Smash Bros. 4, unchanged.
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MarioSymbol
Donut Plains 3 "Donut Plains 3" is a direct rip of the music track that plays on the course of the same name from Mario Kart 8.
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Light Plane (Vocal Mix) The "Light Plane (Vocal Mix)" theme from Super Smash Bros. 4, unchanged.
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Name That Face / Sketchy Situation The "Final Results (Wii Party U)" theme from Super Smash Bros. 4. Though the track itself has not been changed, its title has been corrected to "Name That Face / Sketchy Situation"; as it is the song that plays in the background of those two minigames.

Trivia Edit

  • In 8 player matches on the stage, only the Hither Thither Hill layout will appear.
  • Paper Mario, Dr. Mario, and Duck Hunt are the only stages in the Super Smash Bros. series to share their names with playable characters. Coincidentally, all three appear in Strife.
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