Stretches are essentially Boos that are attached to platforms that will pop up to Mario or Luigi should they attempt to step on it. Super Mario 64 9. NOTE: BoM64 crashes at 1:41:47. A new sub-species of Boos was introduced, the Boo Buddy. They live within Ghost Houses and Fortresses. They also have prominent roles in Luigi's Mansion, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and Luigi's Mansion 3. To get to the portal, the Boo must be defeated. Boo These shy spirits inhabit Mario's world and have been known to vanish or freeze when met face-to-face. He was voiced by Anthony Miller.  Geekosystem also included the Boo Mushroom in their list of the "10 Greatest Mario Power-Ups", rating it 3rd in usefulness and 5th in whimsy, and 7th overall. The circle has a single large gap and several small gaps between the individual Boo Buddies, allowing Mario to jump through. King Boo appeared as a playable racer in Mario Kart: Double Dash! Red Boos appear in a few minigames such as Ghost in the Hall.  IGN's Audrey Drake listed Boo as one of the best enemies in the Mario series 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. The species has appeared several times in SuperMarioGlitchy4's videos. This enemy is typically a fusion of a Bob-omb and a Boo, due to its traits of a Bob-omb and its species being a Boo. This led to King Boo to capturing Mario and releasing all of the captured portrait ghosts with the help of Vincent van Gore. Dissappearing allows you to go through certain walls. Boo Mushrooms are power-up mushrooms that debuted in Super Mario Galaxy. Boo Mario can float and go through some walls (bars,crystal). In Paper Mario: Sticker Star: The Enigmansion. King Boo is a good choice for courses with tight turns, such as Rainbow Road. Red Boos, also known as Pink Boos due to their coloration, are a light red or pink colored variants of Boos. They are ruled by King Boo.Boos are usually white, by are sometimes pink which are ruled by McBoo.. Boos also appear as items in the Mario Kart series. Enemy Information Boos reappeared in New Super Mario Bros. 2, and introduced a new variety, Boohemoth. King Boo took her under his wing and attempted to train her into a great ghost. In the audience, a Boo may fly out and make either Mario, his partner, or an enemy or boss invisible. 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. He is first met in Level 2. Boos are small enemies, half the size of Mario. The Boos will attack in their classic way by only moving in closer whenever Mario, Luigi, Peach, or Bowser's backs are turned. They can only be defeated if they are under a stream of light. For starters, there is no Boo Radar to get an exact location to where they are and Luigi must search previously explored rooms and areas. If Mario waits too long in a spot, the Boos will crowd around him and throw him out of the steeple. Boo was once a human girl, but she was killed by Mariowhen he ate a mega mushroom and stomped over Boo's town. According to Miyamoto, "(Tezuka's) wife is very quiet normally, but one day she exploded, maddened by all the time he spent at work. Super Mario Sunshine features a different species of pink-toned Boos called Boo Blocks. Their attack pattern is the same as those from Super Mario Bros. 3 and will occasionally make faces at Mario and Luigi. Boo są jednym z gatunków duchów. However, if Mario retains eye contact with Boo, it will become translucent and impervious to attack. In the Yoshi games, Boos mainly act in the same way as they do in the Mario games. Są to małe duchy, które zostały wprowadzone w Super Mario Bros 3. It is a ghost that, in most cases, is an enemy. 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. 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. A Boo, a haunting enemy in the Mario series, makes its appearance in Mario Kart series as an item, first in Super Mario Kart, and then in Mario Kart 64, Mario Kart: Super Circuit, Mario Kart DS, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The Boo Mushroom transforms you into Boo Mario. Big Boos are the result of multiple Boos fusing together. Staying true to the gameplay mechanic of previous games featuring Boo, if Mario looks away from Boo, it will attempt to move closer and attack Mario. After Mario captures all of the Boos, he returns the Book of Sealing into the basement. The Item is also in the arcade games Mario Kart Arcade GP and Mario Kart Arcade GP 2. For destroy Macho Boo, Mario has to remove the sticker in their back, then attack them again. Since the release of Mario Party: Star Rush, a Boo amiibo figure (which glows in the dark) was released. 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. The Boo will then turn invisible and fly around the room either summoning Spirit Balls to attack Luigi or by simply ramming into him. Boo Buddies will count as 8 Boos towards the Boo Clear Condition. Their presence can be recognized by their signature cackle. !, Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Mario Kart Tour. MarioWiki encourages all users to create or edit articles, so we can all work together to create a comprehensive database for the Mario series. Boos are a ghostly enemy found within Bowser 's army. Macho Boos in Paper Mario: The Origami King. Hij komt ook voor in de Mario Party-serie vanaf dat Boo speelbaar werdt. 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. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Boos inhabit the Creepy Steeple in this game. Boolicious does attack Luigi if cornered. King Boo is an antagonist in Mario's Dream. They are named after the sound that one might make when trying to frighten someone ("boo! History Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. 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. "Duchy nie umierają! boos are common enemies in mario they attack when your back is turned Boos reappeared in Super Smash Bros. 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. There are also unique types of Boos including the Disco Boos, Golden Boo, Crumbled Boo, and Boo Stack. At Super Rank, she can also try to scare away enemies with an ability called Spook, which automatically ends a battle. The Gold Boo attacks the exact same way as a normal Boo, but drops more coins when defeated. 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. Boo Buddies are small Boos in masses of attack. Mario Party 3 15. 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. Once King Boo is defeated, Luigi is let free. In Mario Party 7, Dry Bones was Boo's partner, and they both shared the same special item. Mario Party 2 13. Each Boo counts as one when defeated at a time. Once in "Go On A Ghost Hunt" and again in "Big Boo's Balcony. 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). He first appeared in The Super Mario Show- Episode 2- Meet the Yoshi's as a background character, but had his first speaking role in Episode 3. They are generally depicted as bashful and mischievous in nature. They are small ghosts that were introduced inSuper Mario Bros. 3. The Boo would suddenly become huge once Kamek uses his magic to enlarge him. Boos will also tend to head into other rooms even those that haven't been unlocked yet. Boos play an important role in this Luigi's Mansion. There are many different kinds of Boos, including Boo Clocks, Boo Streams, Big Boos, and regular Boos. King Boo has appeared in Luigi's Mansion, Super Mario Sunshine, and Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon. Boolicious has 30HP, less than TaBoo, the boo before. Mario defeats the Big Boo and the Steward's mansion is soon ghost-free. 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. Boo Mario is one of Mario's Power-Ups that first debuted in Super Mario Galaxy.Upon touching a Boo Mushroom, Mario will transform into a Boo (while retaining his original facial features and cap). Unlike normal Boos, Boo Buddies do not stop moving when Mario faces them. The Item is also in the arcade games Mario Kart Arcade GP and Mario Kart Arcade GP 2. History Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Big Boos can become far larger as more Boos fuse together, resulting in Mega Boos, Boolossus, Atomic Boos, and eventually Boohemoth. Boos are able to fly through walls and can be made to spawn from pipes, block, Bill Blasters, Lakitu or be placed on tracks. He needs special hats to transform and take characteristics of another species, one of which is a Boo. When Mario looks at a Boo, they try to hide by becoming partially invisible, instead of hiding their faces, while they're semi-transparent, a coin or a Blue Coin can be seen. Their appearance is more of a glowing blue instead of the normal white. In Mario Power Tennis, Boo is a playable character. Boo Luigi, the equivalent form of Luigi, shares the same traits though with his respective features. 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. Boo Mario can float by pressing and turn himself invisible by shaking the Wii Remote, making Boo Mario go through solid walls. After obtaining twelve Power Stars,(15 in the remake) Mario and the others are able to enter Big Boo's Haunt. Throughout the game, Luigi uncovers pictures that eventually lead to the Boos once again capturing Mario and using special crystals to power up the ghosts, and making them stronger than ever before. Boo does not directly attack Mario. Boo Mario is the third form that Mario has access to and is found in the Ghostly Galaxy. Being ghosts, they are usually invincible, and unable to be defeated without certain items or conditions. He is found in Big Boo's Haunt, and you fight him three times. 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. Boo appeared as a playable character in Mario Party 5, and Pink Boos took over the shops and the mini-games.  A Cel-shaded of Mario cosplay takes on a Borderlands 3, with the recreation of Boo and being locked in a cage that hung from behind the cosplayer back and being the eyes lit up. 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. Boo is an enemy and character in a lot of Mario games.He sometimes helps Mario, but can sometimes be on Bowser's side. The most distinctive characteristic of the Boos is their shy personality, where they cover their faces when someone looks them directly at the face. 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. Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars 8. They act as they did in previous games. After following the cackle of King Boo, Mario arrives in a room with a mirror in it. Boos are ghost-like enemiesthat appear onlyin ghost houses, being in levels 6and 10. It is only first found in the Ghostly Galaxy of Super Mario Galaxy, where Mario must use it to navigate through a large mansion. In this game - unlike most preceding it - Boos could actually be killed by attacking them, by using moves such as a punch or ground pound.