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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door Cheats


Constant Flow of S.P. and Coins:
After you have "un-retired" from the Glitz Pit the way to get unlimited coins and star points is to get your way up to the Champion's belt rank, and just keep on battling The Rawk Hawk. Every time you defeat him you recieve 9 star points and 20 coins. No matter hom many time you defeat The Rawk Hawk you always get the same amount of S.P. and coins.

Get 100% completion:
After you beat the game, save when prompted. Then load up the save. You'll be able to go back and complete everything you missed your first time through.

Waluigi Mario:
Put on the W and L emblems.

8-bit room:
In the X-Naut fortress, head to the sublevel 2 ventilation shaft and drop down into the dressing room. Open your stall's curtain to become 8-bit.

Boat parlor game:
Beat Toodles' "I must have that book!" quest.

Paper parlor game:
Beat Pine T. Jr.'s "Save my daddy!" quest.

Plane parlor game:
Beat Koopkook's "Try and find me!" quest.

Tube parlor game:
Beat Frankie's "Important thing" quest.

Change Peach's Hairdo:
Whenever you take control of Peach, go to her shower next to her bedroom. When an " ! " appears over her head, press A to take a shower and change her hair.

Make easy cash:
Go to the Toad Bros. shop and buy as many sleepy sheep as you can. You can sell them for a 2 coin profit at the Petalburg shop.

Another Path to Easy Money:
Go to Keelhaul Key, head left out of the village, and go as far North as possible until you reach a mole that pops out of the ground. Hit him with a hammer to get a whacka-bump, then leave the area, whack him again, and do this as many times as you like. Each whacka-bump you collect can be sold for 50 coins.

Get Missed Tattle Logs:
Simply check Professor Frankly's yellow trash can for any of the logs you missed for one-encounter enemies. They will only appears when you have passed the point to tattle the enemy.

Cheat The Lottery:
Set your Gamecube clock to the next day in order to beat the lottery in Rogueport. Warning: you will be fined 500 coins the next time!

Waluigi's Threads:
Equip both the W and L emblems.

Get The Lucky Star Badge:
Go to Creepy Steeple, free all the boos, and just stand in the main room for a while. When a bunch of boos stick to you, use the Super Hammer attack. Do this again to make the boos form up into an Atomic Boo. Beat him to get the badge that will allow you to ease getting other badges and logs.

Classic Game Refrence:
When you beat the game go back and fight at the Glitzville Arena. When you fight you will see someone call you Jumpman. The name comes from the classic Donkey Kong arcade game. There is also a badge in the game called Jumpman.


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