The Bird With Batrachotoxin
Core 'Shroom Staff
Mario Awards Killing Game III: Eternal Star
Toad! Kamek! What is going on with our lovely Party? How are there still so many guests left with so little fun?! Have you two been failing as good Party hosts?
I expected more of you but clearly we aren't giving our guests enough fun
Look at them! They're doing all the Party planning themselves! Dinners, Ghost Hunts, Weddings, Netflix Specials! They must be sooooo bored! I won't have them tiring of our Party, that simply won't do! You even let Toady get married! What kind of host does that? Well, no more. I'll have to take over myse-
Of course, what kind of a Party is it if the numbers dwindle? Well since I have everything prepared, now
LET'S BRING THEM ALL TOGETHER!
I'll give you both just one more chance to prove what you can do. Toad, Kamek, Toady, Toadsworth, Toadette, Lakitu! Don't fail me again. We need these people to have the best Party ever, understood?
Suddenly, the living Partygoers in both castles feel a rumbling which shakes their castles to the very foundations. Everyone, hosts, Partygoers, Polterpup, Talkatoo, Piranha Plants, and all living creatures on both maps panic as the two maps...
Are hoisted and raised up into the air, accelerating higher and higher, until the forces cause everyone in the two castles to pass out.
Then? Once the castles are floating high above the planet, in the depths of space, there is a bright light.
And the castles
merge into one castle, a combination of Peach's Castle and Bowser's Castle floating in the depths of space, adorned with a large image of what looks to be an unholy cross between the benevolent Stars and the malevolent Ztars.
Ahahaha! Perfect! Here, we shall seek the truth, the winner who can emerge victorious! Here, we shall find the
With that, some strange magic awakens Toad and Kamek, throwing Lakitu and Toadette aside, trapped in the closet of the Item Shop. Toadsworth and Toady are forced - against their will - behind the Item Shop counter, ready to take their position.
Attention, Partygoers! All surviving Partygoers now move to the merge map - the Eternal Star - for the remainder of the game. All inventory items and coins will come with you, as will any items small enough to carry on your person that you currently possess. All other items, corpses, and NPCs remain behind, in their last location on the original two maps!
All Players will begin Night Four in the Foyer - the large unlabeled open region on the first floor. We will soon post room descriptions and the Item Shop offerings, and then I will open the night phase at 19:00 EDT on July 14th, which will last for the customary 48 hours.
Day Zero - Chance Time!
Night Four - A Sad Night for Netflix - Victim: Dupe Face
Day Four - Going Ghost - Executed: Eleven
Night Five - Birds of Prey - Victim: BBQ Turtle
Day Five - Lunoman Greenie Coffee Blend - Executed: Amoeba
Night Six - Green and Red - Victims: Epic Nitwit and Jetamo
Day Six - Killing for the Crown - Executed: Roller and Mariofan
Night Seven (Endgame) - Final Hours - Victims:
-Fun With Despair
Maps - Special Thanks to Toadette (MsRetroGeek)
Cold Storage - Held within this room is a collection of frozen products. These products ranging from frozen dairy products to meat products. Corpses will also be stored here. As in Peach's Castle, you don't want to linger too long here without proper cold protection. It seems an ice sculpture of TPG holding an ice cream cone is stored in here, too.
Dark Star Room - Within this modified version of the room from Peach's Castle is a famous giant Ztar said to grant a special type of power to the player that wields this star. Although it may interest players to see what exactly this star does it is not quite easy to obtain this star. The room is locked by a heavy steel gate, and requires a special key to open. The gate appears to be adorned with the image of a strange bear resembling the player known as ??????????????.
Armory - This area is a gold mine of weaponry. Placed against the walls there is a collection of melee weapons that any player may be able to use from maces to swords. Within the middle pathway of the room, there is a collection of armor that the players may use to equip themselves, too. Some full suits of armor - one resembling Gabriel - stand on display as well. A gate in the back of the room gives access to the Dark Star Room, with a poster of a vicious looking woman clad in black and holding a large gun on the wall next to it.
Royal Halls 1 and 2 - These are two hallways that seem to stretch forever. However, both hallways hold a way to reach different amounts of rooms. Just be careful not to stumble into anything while walking through these corridors. There are some torches hanging on the walls and some small rat bones on the floor, but these halls are fairly nondescript.
Break Room - Hidden within the Engine Room lays a mysterious door that can easily allow for a player to sneak off into the break room. Within the break room is a popcorn maker, soda machine, a various amount of arcade games, a flat-screen tv, and huge couch. There's a lot of snacks, and a picture of Smasher sits between the two vending machines contentedly.
Engine Room - Within the Engine Room is a collection of machinery that anyone could work with. This area is similar to a garage. A collection of gears, gadgets, and machine tools can be found here. There's a large engine in here, though it appears to be turned off right now what could its function be? An avant-garde sculpture of Toadgamer is made of gears in this room, too.
Costume Shop - This area has a collection of sewing machines, yarns, and fabrics that can easily allow those to create. Within the closets and racks are different assortments of clothing - almost every costume you can imagine except for costumes of other players. There are different bins that have a collection of accessories that someone may need. Hanging on the wall is a sheet with a hot dog that looks strangely like Lord Bowser.
Electric Labyrinth - Designed to be like the platforming area from Mario Galaxy. A platforming area that allows the player to enter an arena that allows a player to retrieve an object that could potentially help with surviving. However, something to keep in mind is the black hole at the bottom of this platform. Like Mario Galaxy, once you enter this platforming room one wrong step and you could get sucked into a black hole. The black hole deposits you back unto the Foyer. The walls are normally lined with electrical arcs, but they appear to be disabled right now? This room might be deadly if someone activates it...
Lava Room - Hidden behind a hidden doorway is a lava room. This room is usually an area that helps with keeping the heat going within the castle, so it's not accessible from the hallways. No matter what you may have heard, no Toads were harmed in the making of this room. A portrait in this room reminds you of Superchao. Now what could get you inside here?
Alcohol Storage - Within this room lays a collection of different amounts of alcohol. Wine, Beer, and other assortments of alcohol. If any type of alcohol is taken from the storage it is usually restocked the next night. There are also some empty barrels, for extra storage.
Basement Stairwell - This nondescript stone stairwell connects to the Stairway to Basement on the First Floor. There's a portrait of Alex95 overlooking it.
First Floor Stairwell - This stairwell leads to the first floor, and connects there in the Library at the Stairwell to the Second Floor. It's nondescript, but covered in a plush pink carpeting.
Darkened Altar - This room, tucked away behind the Alcohol Storage, has a crystal ball, some candles, and a set of tarot cards, as well as some Magikoopa wands. It also has some projectors, curtains, and smokers so you can put on a magic show. A projection of Shy Guy on Wheels looks on disapprovingly...
Treasure Trove Room - This room is stocked full of gold and riches that belong to this castle. Its a beautiful room crafted of a fine white marble. This room can help with stocking up with coins. However, be aware of the Chain Chomp that guards this room. It seems like something is hidden underneath the Chain Chomp if only you could get rid of it.
Asteroid Raceway - This is an activity room where a collection of mechanical Yoshis can be found. Within this room, you can race friends around the vast emptiness of space dodging asteroids as you make your way to the finish line. This activity room awards fast and skilled players coins as they get to the finish line, but only one payout per night! There's also some slot machines here for other entertainment, adorned with YFJ's face.
Sea Slide Room - This room has a watery track that leads itself all the way to the Sea Slide Dock. The players will be allowed to ride along tubes as they wind through the slide and reach the docks after that they must automatically make their way towards the Shrinking Tiles Room. In the Sea Slide Room are some tubes, a few fake palm trees and sand, and a boombox. It's a very nice, relaxing tropical feel.
Shrinking Tiles Room - This room is based on the Mario Galaxy Shrinking Tiles. Linger too long, and you'll fall down into the Electric Labyrinth. The room is also filled with clocks, to emphasize the passage of time.
Library - This room is filled with all kinds of information regarding all kinds of different materials. Any book you could hope to find is in here, as are a few computers and desks. It's quiet, but nice. Two large guides to Bowser's and Peach's castles are open on the central table, next to a globe. A dummy of Raregold is sitting here to promote reading, posed with a book in a chair.
Fawful Shop - Combined with the two shops from the previous maps. This store is brimming with items that may help players, though it is not directly open to players. Within the store are Toadsworth, Toady, and Fawful. They each take turns with helping the customer.
Luma Babies Room - This room is full of Baby Lumas. Each player may own one Luma if they choose to. Behind the cuteness of this area is a locked gate. Within the door is a secret surprise for anyone who can unlock the puzzle of this door. These Lumas sure seem hungry, with how much they cry. A soothing lullaby has a hypnotic effect on those who linger in here it emenates from a sculpture of SMG2Daisy, watching over the Baby Lumas.
??? - Nothing, or nothing you can see, is tucked away behind a locked gate in the Baby Luma Room.
Stairway to Basement - This staircase leads to the basement, connecting to the Basement Stairwell.
Stairway to Second Floor - This staircase leads to the second floor, connecting to the Stairway to the First Floor up there, and to the basement, where it connects to the First Floor Stairwell.
Dark Passageway - This short hallway is pitch-black, completely devoid of light. It's dangerous to go in without a light.
Comet Observatory - This room resembles a small old room with an astrolabe, a telescope, some Starbits, and other materials on space. It's got a few loose boards, too. Other than this, it offers access to the Janitor's Closet and the Balcony.
Janitor's Closet - Any cleaning supplies and materials you could want can be found in this little closet. It's only big enough for one person, so wait your turn.
Balcony - The Balcony is a small, nondescript overlook which sticks out below the Roof but above the Front Entryway. See the moon in all its glory here, and look down on players coming in and out of the Castle. Look behind you, on the wall, and see that strange image of the combined Star and Ztar
Bubble Blast Room - This room has all kinds of pipes, hoses, and toilets, as well as a few sinks. There's high pressure water shooters in here which will encase you in a bubble and shoot you up through the Bubble Blast Pathway to the Sweet Sweet Bedrooms.
Boo's Room - This room is adorned with rubies, and and image of the Dark Moon on the ceiling. There appear to be vacuum cleaners, blacklights, a bucket of ice, a small tub of water, a small fireplace, and some plungers in here. The room is kept dim, but it's possible to see.
The Hall of Killing Game Hosts - This hallway is packed with portraits and items lining the walls. Portraits of Toad, Kamek, Toadette, and Lakitu, as well as a strange looking version of Bowser in gangster clothes, a strange Toad with a screen in his head, a masked swordsman, a black and white Poochy, King Boo, a cubical Boo, a blue Yoshi with sunglasses line the walls, a purple-clad Toady, a red-shelled Lakitu, Amy Rose, and a Roserade.. A golden-framed portrait of Junko Enoshima is also in here. There appear to be desks in front of many of the portraits, with different items on them, including Tide Pods, cake mix, a steam machine, chainsaws, some strange mushrooms, a vial of Lycopodium Powder, a plunger with a spike attached to it, and a bar of soap. One portrait frame hangs empty.
??? - Nothing, or nothing you can see, is hidden behind a locked door here.
Flip Switch Room - This large room has all sorts of mechanic switches, and large buttons on the floor that alternate between blue and yellow when you step on them. What happens if you flip them all? There's a lot of laser pointers on the walls, too, along with small firearms.
Toy Time Room - This is a child's playroom! There's any small toy you could want in here, you spoiled brats! There's crayons, art supplies, figurines, dolls, child-sized vehicles, and other toys. The most dangerous toy has to be that adult-sized fire-breathing Mini Mecha Bowser, though it moves under its own power!
Sweet Sweet Bedrooms - 14 Beds are provided for 14 players, along with all kinds of sweet treats. This bedroom has plush beds lined with luxurious sheets and pillows, and the nightstands have lamps and an almost limitless supply of candies and chocolate in their drawers.
Pipes Rooms - This room has a bunch of non-functional warp pipes, and many other pipes which water flows through. Flush anything down a drain, and it'll end up here.
Stairway to the First Floor - A plush pink stairwell connects to the Stairway to the Second Floor in the First Floor Library.
Front Entryway - This is the main entryway for where players can enter the castle. Please be careful to watch your step. We wouldn't want you falling off the edge of the castle, would we? If you do happen to fall off, a magical bubble will carry you back to the Front Entryway, despoting you with enough force to leave an imprint in the ground. This whole Front Entryway is made of dirt and dead grass, so you'll leave footprints for sure. The entryway leads into the first floor Foyer.
Roof - The roof is the top of the castle, a large flat room surrounded by four towers on each corner of the castle. Be careful to watch your step, a fall from this height could kill you. The roof itself is made of a sturdy stone construction, and hosts some other attractions.
Golfing Grounds - Care for a round of golf? The golf grounds are a golf course well equipped with 18 holes. There is plentiful amount greenery that the electrical golf carts can easily travel through. These golf carts can be found at the front of the golf course - close to the Front Entryway- along with golf clubs. It seems all the flags across the course have an image of Dr. Eggman.
Starry Garden - The Starry Garden is a lush garden filled with different kinds of assortments of flowers. Make sure to enjoy the scent of the flowers below and the beautiful sight of the galactic plane and stars above. Any type of plant you might need can be found here. It also seems that there's a small flowerbed cultivated to look like Toady and Coffee, with a plaque reading "We'll extend our love to the stars above!." Two Piranha Plants stand on guard to deter anyone who would destroy this floral tribute.
Starry Entryway - This area of the castle exterior is kept unlit, to make viewing the starry night sky easier. It's hard to see anyone here, even if the Star Pieces embedded in the pathway light it up a little with their gentle glow. You'll be able to tell if someone's nearby, but if you don't have a light or sharp eyes, it'll be impossible to tell exactly who.
Star Gazebo - With every outdoor space there should be a place for those that want to look up at the stars and hang out with friends, and we have one on the roof. Outside theres an area where you can easily relax. Within this area is a set of three long lounge chairs and a table in the middle. This is an area that allows for relaxation even in the depths of a Killing Game. It seems that a fourth chair has a dummy of Stargazing sitting in it. Talkatoo was left behind, but a bird cage here contains the black and orange bird that was at Peach's before.
Starbits Arch - A beautiful architecture project on the roof that has been worked on for a while by a group of Lumas. The Starbits Arch is made up of a rainbow-like an assortment of different Starbits. It stands at 20 feet with a width of 45 feet. Perfect enough to allow it to have guests walk under the arch. I hear Starbits taste like honey candies but you probably shouldn't eat the arch.
Pool of Magma - A place where roasted marshmallows and smores can be easily made. This rooftop above-ground pool has a circumference of 20 feet. Near this pool is a protective netting that keeps guests from falling in. Although it has been rumored that this netting has not been safe for those who may overly lean into the area We take no responsibility for injuries! It seems the pool's side is adorned with pictures of Shoey.
Night Four Shop Items
Toadsworth and Toady are still unconscious....
"I say to you welcome! Welcome to the Eternal Star Item Shop! I did not get the visiting from the Partygoers in the castle of the Princess of Peach's, but now Fawful welcomes all to commerce! This night... I have clearness, the clearness which is allowing you to see the stars like the sesame seeds of a bun of burgers."
Peanut Popgun - 10 Coins - This device fires peanuts at the speed of WOW! Do not have the weeping when you are running out of three peanuts like the baby who is having the eating of all his candy before he is tasting it, though.
Walkie-Talkie - 10 Coins - Be speaking into this to talk to someone who is far in the castle. You are needing two for them to work, though, one for each Partygoer.
Monukuma Plush - 10 Coins - This plush is having the screaming! Oh, the screaming! Fawful cannot take it. I have fury! I have headache! Make the buying of them so Fawful will no longer be having to listen to them!