At the end of Super Mario Sunshine, Il Piantissimo finds Shadow Mario's paint brush. Do you think that maybe.... he's going to become Shadow Mario II?
You're not the only one. I thought it was like that to.YellowYoshi398 said:I always thought that the bandanna lets him morph into Shadow Mario and the Paintbrush just lets him make graffiti. Guess I'm wrong, though...
Nice . I agree with stumpers...Stumpers said:Here's teh facts sans-speculation-for-the-most-part-but-I've-noted-where-it-is:
Bowser Junior has two bandanas, or one with drawings on both sides. The first bandana/side has the mustache on it. Bowser Jr. pulled it down and changed from Shadow Mario into Bowser Jr. Therefore, the Bandana turned him into Shadow Mario, regardless of the curse/spell/magic paint that made it magic. The other side is a mouth with teeth. It does not have magical powers, as seen in Toadstool Tour. Therefore, it is most likely separate from the first mask.
The paintbrush produced inky pant that was easily washed off and never absorbed into anything. The ink on the mask had clearly sunk in. Also, the ink from the paintbrush never changed anything, but it was capable of consuming things, such as people and buildings.
Therefore, Il Piantisimo could not have turned into Shadow Mario with the brush alone.