'Shroom Spotlight


Star Spirit
Core 'Shroom Staff
Retired Wiki Staff
Maybe one of the regional coin lists from Odyssey could get some focus in the next one? Luncheon is unfinished, and both Seaside and Bowser's don't have articles yet.
We can definitely try. I think I remember trying for Luncheon Kingdom once and sadly untouched, but no reason a few months down the line we'd be getting the same result.

And speaking of same results, wait no, this is an entirely new Spotlight section, so nothing here is the same.

Iceburn Circuit (wanted article)
Gold Goomba (section-stub)
Wobby Bobbly (rewrite-expand)
Super Mario Galaxy (long trivia)
Mexico City (more images needed)
Konga Coliseum (citation needed)


Dry Bowser
Wiki Bureaucrat
Former 'Shroom Staff
Could I suggest this image get a spotlight? File:ShadyToad.jpg

I uploaded this image and likely obtained it as a screenshot of a YouTube video; that's why it looks a bit janky, and especially so since it's not under the Nintendo 3DS native resolution of 400 × 240.
Thanks for the suggestion! Luckily I hadn't bought that vacuum yet on my save file, I went and captured a new screenshot.


Wiki Bureaucrat
Mario jc

It's possible this is an image from a press kit, though I can't verify myself. If that's the case, I think the source can just say something like "press kit" like other images on the wiki.


always lurking in the shadows in appreciation
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No idea if this thread is still particularly used often, but it is still linked on the most recent Shroom Spotlight, so here goes nothin'.

Something I've noticed is that a lot of the articles on the People navbox, specifically on the "game development" side of things, are either complete redlinks and need to be made, or are stubs for one reason or another (lack of infobox, article lead barely clarifies anything even for the barest minimum, the works) that have been untouched for years. Heck, out of the articles that have gone the longest without editing, the top culprits are either "List of <game> staff" pages (which, admittedly, are fairly low-maintenance by default)... and the articles for various stub developers themselves.

This, admittedly, might be a project far too wide-scope for Shroom Spotlight, but it's something I noticed and wanted to bring attention to.