Wario Plush Toy – Wario (ワリオ Wario, [ɰa.ɾi.o]) (English: /ˈwɑːrioʊ/) is a character in Nintendo‘s Mario series who was originally designed as an arch-rival of Mario. He first appeared in the 1992 Game Boy title Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins as the main antagonist and final boss. His name is a portmanteau of Mario’s name and the Japanese word warui (悪い), meaning “bad”. Wario was designed by Hiroji Kiyotake, and is voiced by Charles Martinet, who voices many other characters in the series.
Wario Plush Toy – Wario has become the protagonist and antihero of the Wario Land and WarioWare series, spanning handheld and consolemarkets. In addition to appearances in spin-offs in the Mario series, he appears in cameos for Kirby Super Star Ultra, Densetsu no Stafy 3 and Pilotwings 64. He has also been featured in other media such as the Super Mario Adventuresgraphic novel. The character has received a largely positive critical reception and has emerged as a well-established mascot for Nintendo. Wario Plush Toy
A possible inspiration for Wario first appeared in the 1985 game Wrecking Crew in the character of Spike, a construction foreman. Wario Plush Toy Although he bears a slight resemblance to Spike, Wario did not debut until 1992. The first named appearance of the character occurred in the game Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins. He was designed by game artist Hiroji Kiyotake. Wario’s design arose from Super Mario Land’s design team’s distaste of making a game based around someone else’s character. The creation of Wario allowed them a character of their own to “symbolize their situation”. Super Mario
Wario is portrayed as a caricature of Mario; he has a large head and chin, huge muscular arms, a wide and short body that’s slightly obese, short legs, a large, pointier, zig-zagging moustache, and a bellicose cackle. Wario Plush Toy He also wears a plumber outfit with a yellow and purple colour scheme, which is a short-sleeved yellow shirt and purple overalls along with an indigo “W” symbol and he also wears green shoes and white gloves with an indigo “W” symbol as well. However, in his early appearances Wario wore a yellow long-sleeved shirt and magenta overalls. The name “Wario” is a portmanteau of “Mario” with the Japanese adjective warui (悪い) meaning “bad”; hence, a “bad Mario” (further symbolized by the “W” on his hat, an upside down “M”). Official Nintendo lore states that Wario was a childhood rival to Mario and Luigi who became jealous of their success. Wario Plush Toy Donkey Kong Toys
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