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Santa Claus

"Nick" redirects here. For information about the member of the N-Gang, see N-Gang#Nick.

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Santa Claus, (usually simply Santa, alternatively known as Nick) is a jolly man who gives presents to people on Christmas Eve. He has made a few appearances in the Mario franchise, and has received many allusions in games. Santa Claus lives in a home near his workshop at the North Pole, where his elves make toys. Santa Claus also rides around in a reindeer-drawn sleigh.

History[edit]

In games, Santa Claus has only appeared in Wrecking Crew, as one of the prizes similar to the Golden Hammer, though he did appear in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and the Club Nintendo comic series.

Smithy bears a resemblance to Santa, and Nintendo Power even stated in the Official Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Player's Guide that Smithy's first form resembled a "diabolical Santa Claus."

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show![edit]

"Koopa Klaus"[edit]

Santa holding Toadafter he finally learned the true meaning of Christmas

In "Koopa Klaus", King Koopa freezes Santa's workshop, and dresses up as Santa himself, calling himself "Koopa Klaus". Koopa Klaus then kidnaps Santa, and attempts to ruin Christmas, but Mario and his friends rescue Santa. Santa is happy to be saved, but remarks that he can not make any toy deliveries since his workshop is still frozen. Princess Toadstool urges Toad to cheer Santa up by giving him his beloved snowboard for Christmas which the retainer does with no regrets. Upon offering his snowboard, Santa becomes so touched by the kindness expressed by Toad that the warmth of holiday cheer melts Santa's workshop. Santa then delivers presents and lets Mario and friends ride with him.

"Santa Claus is Coming to Flatbush"[edit]

In "Santa Claus is Coming to Flatbush", he turned up at Mario Brothers Plumbing on Christmas Eve, because someone had stolen his "transportation". As he used the name Nick in this episode, Mario and Luigi never concluded that he was Santa Claus, despite obvious, subliminal messages throughout his stay. Worn out and tired, Mario and Luigi felt obligated to take in the stranger on Christmas Eve, and treated him to both their dinners, despite having very little to eat.

After the CooKoo Bird announced the midnight hour on Christmas Day, Mario and Luigi rushed to open their presents, but they looked back at Nick. Feeling sorry for Nick, they offered their presents to him, who was grateful to be receiving presents on Christmas for once.

In the morning, Mario and Luigi woke up to see that although Nick had left during the night, he left behind presents for the brothers, along with a note stating that the cops had found his transportations. Mario and Luigi then saw Santa Claus ride by the basement window on his sleigh, but had serious doubts that their visitor was actually Santa Claus.

Super Mario World television series[edit]

"The Night Before Cave Christmas"[edit]

Although Santa Claus himself never appeared on the Super Mario World animated series, Mario did dress up as him to help emulate the spirit of Christmas for the Cave People during the episode "The Night Before Cave Christmas". Dressed as Santa, Mario eventually sets out to deliver toys to all of the cave children in a Winged Yoshi-drawn sleigh.

"Rock TV"[edit]

Additionally, in the episode "Rock TV", Mario remembers an outlandish phone bill he got back in Brooklyn from calling the "Speak to Santa Hotline", which seems to let users talk to Santa himself.

Club Nintendo[edit]

Santa Claus in "Super Mario: Die Bescherung"

"Super Mario: Die Bescherung"[edit]

In the Club Nintendo comic "Super Mario: Die Bescherung", Mario and his friends throw a Christmas party. Mario leaves the house and shortly afterwards a man dressed as Santa Claus, but otherwise resembling Mario, enters the house, most of the guests are expecting that it's Mario dressed as Santa Claus. However, in this moment Mario joins the party again, astonishing the skeptical guests.

"Warios Weihnachtsmärchen"[edit]

Three years later, a man looking almost exactly as Santa Claus in "Die Bescherung", was seen in the comic "Warios Weihnachtsmärchen". However, Wario calls him Mario and he does not correct him, so in this comic it was just Mario dressed as Santa Claus.

"Donkey Kong in: Banana Day 24"[edit]

A differently-looking Santa Claus also appeared at the end of the story "Donkey Kong in: Banana Day 24", joining the Kongs' Christmas party and bringing gifts. He also mentions that he is surprised to see Earth back in its original position (in the story, aliens accidentally pulled the planet away from the sun, and the Kongs convinced them to return it).

Super Mario series[edit]

Super Mario 64[edit]

Santa Claus mentioned in Super Mario 64

Santa Claus is mentioned very briefly in Super Mario 64. His name is stated on the sign near the cabin at the top of Cool, Cool Mountain, where it reads "Santa Claus isn't the only one who can go down the chimney!"

Super Mario Odyssey[edit]

In Super Mario Odyssey, a Crazy Cap costume based on Santa Claus consisting of the Santa Hat and Santa Outfit was released on November 21, If Mario wears the Santa Hat, he also wears Santa's beard. Goombas and Ty-Foos in the Snow Kingdom also wear Santa Hats.

Paper Mario series[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

In Paper Mario, if Mario chooses to sleep in the Toad House in Shiver City, he will occasionally wake-up to find several Mushrooms and an Ultra Shroom in the Toad House; the Toad caretaker of the Toad House also implies that it may have been Santa Claus who left Mario these gifts.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door[edit]

If Mario talks to a Bandit on the East side of Rogueport, the bandit claims that he saw "a guy jumping from roof to roof" and said he was "sneaking into chimneys".

Super Paper Mario[edit]

In Super Paper Mario, one of the questions Boomer the Pixl asks Mario is if he ever stays up at night wondering if anyone gives presents to Santa Claus.

Mario & Luigi series[edit]

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga[edit]

Hermie III of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga mistakes Mario for Santa Claus, even though Mario is a well-known Superstar.

Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time[edit]

The Hollijolli Mayor of Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time is a reference to a Santa for the Toads, being the mayor of the winter-themed Hollijolli Village and even getting stuck in a chimney while wearing a red costume with white beard and having a Toad-like appearance.

Mario Party 7[edit]

In Mario Party 7, there is a Bowser Time event exclusive to Neon Heights wherein Bowser will refer to himself as "Santa Bowser", before stealing either ten coins from every player, or a Star from the player in the lead. Bowser will then order Koopa Kid to add the loot to the Treasure Chest on the board that already contains either the Star or twenty coins, noting that the player who claims the prize is getting a bonus out of it.

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games[edit]

Santa will visit Dream Events in December

Santa Claus appears as a VIP member in the Wii version of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games during the month of December. He gives out Star Tokens rather than like the other VIP members. So far, this is the only time that Santa Claus himself has appeared in a Mario game.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Mario and Bowser dressed in Santa Claus costumes were introduced in the and Winter Tours respectively in Mario Kart Tour as High-End drivers.

Gallery[edit]

  • The December LINE calendar

Sours: https://www.mariowiki.com/Santa_Claus

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Christmas Village

Christmas Village is a small town that appears as the main location in both the DS and the Wii versions of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games. In the Christmas Village, the player can use the Star Token which is earned after completing several events of the Festival Mode to buy anything from clothes to books to music in the conforming shop and to decorate with stuff purchased from the Secret Shop such as a Christmas tree. The Secret Shop opens up after Festival mode has been cleared once. Several characters from the game can be seen walking about the city, the player can point the Wii Remote at the character and press A Button to force the selected character to perform a Taunt.

Shops[edit]

Music Shop[edit]

The Music Shop is where the player can listen or purchase various of the music used in the game. Other music and remix from the Mario/Sonic series are also available in the Shop and can played during events after buying the Music Request in the Secret Shop.

Secret Shop[edit]

The Secret Shop sells special merchandises and is available after completing the Festival Mode. The player can buy 2 lottery cards, a Clothing ticket and a Decal ticket to win random clothes or decals. Also when returning back to the shop after completed several events, the player can purchase a Gold, Platinum and Black Cards which allows them to buy things that weren't previously available in the shop.

Sports Shop[edit]

The Sports Shop is where the player can purchase paint sheets, decals and banners to decorate their gears.

Boutique Shop[edit]

The Boutique Shop sells various of clothes and accessories for the player to purchase and customize their Miis.

Library[edit]

In the Library, the player can buy and view the facts and trivias about the Olympic Winter Games.

Trivia[edit]

  • The Christmas Village also appears in the Wii event, Dream Snowball Fight as part of the background and setting.
Sours: https://www.mariowiki.com/Christmas_Village
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