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Bowser Jr. also appears in Mario Party 65 but is not playable. On all the boards in Mario Party mode except Chaos Castle , Bowser Jr. guards both the mini boss tower and the boss castle. Upon reaching them, he taunts the players as they go inside to confront the enemy. Unlike Mario Party 9 , Bowser Jr. is not fought as a mini boss. Additionally, the Bowser Jr. Space has been retooled to function as a roulette similar to his father's space.
Bowser Jr. appears as his father's doubles partner in Mario Power Tennis . He is classified as a Tricky-type character, but unlike most Tricky-types, his shots are less curved. Bowser Jr.'s Offensive Power Shot involves making three paint balls, with the center one holding the tennis ball. Any player who hits that ball has their speed reduced for a while. The Defensive Power Shot involves Bowser Jr. running to the tennis ball, and hitting it with his brush.
Bowser Jr.'s appearance in the Super Smash Bros. series is unaltered when compared to the other Mario characters, including his father. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate , however, Bowser Jr.'s color scheme is slightly darker and subdued, while his hair, horns, spikes, and shell receive simple detailing, similar to Bowser. However, Bowser Jr.'s scales remain undefined. These details are also expressed by the Koopalings.
Bowser Jr.'s seven "palette swaps" are actually the seven Koopalings that have their own voices and different faces for their variants of the Junior Clown Car. Bowser Jr. is the only one of two characters to not have a single palette swap that is a recolor of their standard appearance, with the other being Villager. On a side note, Bowser Jr. is the only fighter in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 8DS / Wii U , whose alternate trophy does not utilize any of his alternate palettes.
Because of Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto 's preference for left-handed characters like himself, Bowser Jr. is left-handed. Despite this, he plays right-handed, by default, in Mario Power Tennis , and while he is left-handed while fielding in Mario Super Sluggers and Mario Sports Superstars ., he appears on the right-handed side of the batting field.
Bowser Jr. and Spawny later confront the heroes at the top of an ice mountain, near a refrigerator. Junior attempts to coax Spawny into creating another fusion (going so far as to threaten him), but Spawny refuses, crawling around his grasp. Eventually, Spawny falls out of the Junior Clown Car and into the refrigerator as his visor activates. The refrigerator then falls down the mountain, much to Mario and Bowser Jr.'s mutual horror. Bowser Jr. angrily tells Mario to stay away from Spawny, before saying to stay out of his way entirely and flying off.
In the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC (taking place after Ancient Gardens), Bowser Jr. with Spawny spots Rabbid Kong at the Washing Machine, who then touches a button that electrocutes him. He then smashes the machine which causes him to be warped into another dimension. Spawny then fires at the vortex, closing the Washing Machine. Bowser Jr. sees Mario, Luigi, Rabbid Peach, and Rabbid Luigi approaching, who also notice what's going on, and flees. Soon after Bowser Jr. leaves, Rabbid Peach and Beep-5 are taken with the Washing Machine disappear, leaving Mario, Luigi, and Rabbid Luigi behind.
Bowser Jr. , sometimes simply known as " Jr. " 96 6 98 is a secondary antagonist in Nintendo 's Mario franchise. As his name implies, he is the son of Bowser , and serves as the heir to his throne. He debuted in Super Mario Sunshine , and has since helped his father to kidnap Princess Peach and battle Mario and Luigi in many subsequent games. He has also taken on playable roles in spin-off titles such as Mario Superstar Baseball and Mario Strikers Charged . Bowser Jr. wants nothing more than to do his father's evil will, and Bowser's rarely seen emotional side is often brought out by his interactions with his son.
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Bowser Jr. first appears alongside his paper counterpart in Bowser's Castle, where they meet each other for the first time. Unlike his father and Kamek , Bowser Jr. and Paper Bowser Jr. quickly resolve their argument and become friends. The two Bowser Jrs. are later tasked to watch the two princesses as the two Bowsers and Kameks line up their troops. As they stand guard to watch the princesses, they both get the idea of destroying the book to prevent Paper Bowser Jr. from going home so that they can both no longer feel bored. In Doop Doop Dunes , as Roy is about to take the book to throw in the trash, Bowser Jr. and his paper counterpart show up and stop him. After a brief discussion with Roy, Bowser Jr. takes the book from the ground and heads back to Bowser's Castle.