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1 A Super Mario…Thing Version 3.64 A Cataquack Warrior Production Hey there everyone! Welcome to another Super Mario game. This is the Mushroom Kingdom you know and love, with a just few minor differences. Mario is nowhere to be seen, Koopas have been replaced with shelled alien slime worms, the Yoshis are at war with the Charging Chucks (“Charlies”), cycl optic cyborgs go on grocery excursions for vegetables… Okay, so it’s really different. This is a collaborative fan game we’re talking about, so what were you expecting? Don’t expect much of a story that makes sense, and get ready for plenty of craziness, as you travel all about this incredibly wacky
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2 world. For more information on the setting, please see the What Is This Game? , Species Guide , Worlds and Levels , and Other Notes sections at the end of the document. You have 1000 Leek Points (LP) to spend, and five lives to start out.* Good luck, and try not to get too many demos! You’ve got ten whole years ahead of you, so make the best of them. Location There are a lot of strange and dangerous places to explore. Roll a 1d8 or pay 50 LP to determine your starting location. 1. Grocery Market - Plenty of vegetables to purchase. Please remember to return the shopping cart when you finish. 2. Yoshi Isles- This certainly isn’t a grocery store. Instead, you have appeared 20 meters up in the sky. But don’t worry – that Charlie right below you will cushion your fall! This chain of islands hides the Resistance Base of the last Free Yoshis.
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3 3. Clouds- The clouds here are noted for their stout composition, but do be careful not to fall ; it’s a long ways down . With enough work, you can find a safe way to the ground below, but there is plenty to explore up here, from haunted outhouses to chocolate castles. 4. A2MT Mothership- A extremely large spaceship (large enough for many complex, full-fledged biomes and structures within) belonging to Demo’s master. Feel free to explore and check out different amenities like the Starlight Resort, but watch out or you might get put in the zoo as the next exhibit.
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4 5. Castle of Absolutely No Significance Whatsoever- A large castle with many doors leading to strange lands, it is said to contain many leeks and other vegetables. Is there anything worth all the trouble here? Probably not, but it’ ll be a lot of fun. 6. Farina Train Station- A train station with transportation across a heavily- forested world when the trains are running, at least. Please feel free to also visit the adjacent library. Just keep in mind that violations such as bringing pets, trespassing into restricted areas, stealing books, or carrying more than 3 oz. of liquid will result in penalties ranging from a 100 coin fine to lifetime bans. 7. Mantreopolis- A booming city in Mantreol with all the usual attractions.
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