Ehh, everybody cheater! Next time I cheat! Heh heh heh!
—Mario Kart Wii

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Chaotic Evil


Chapter 0: Untold Prologue

Original Appearance:

Mario Tennis (1998)

Waluigi is the rival of Luigi and a recurring character in the Mario series. He is a petulant trouble maker who likes making things rough for others. He may or may not be Wario's brother, but no one has confirmed this.

History Edit

Waluigi first appeared in Mario Tennis for the Nintendo 64, serving as a counterpart to Luigi's playstyle.

Since then, he has been content to attend kart racing, sports and parties to cause as much trouble as he can. He did take a stab at the "world domination" thing in DDR: Mario Mix, but that was a rare attempt at big-name villainy.

Role in Rakenzarn Edit

Waluigi, alongside Wario, serve as the starter villains of the game.

The duo are first seen running a small stand in hopes of building up a business empire from it. As they talk Dark Magician Girl into buying from them, Kyuu interrupts them when he lands from a earlier attack from Pete, destroying their stand and exposing their fraud merchandise. The enraged duo, alongside Pete, attack Kyuu in frustration, but are beaten in the three-on-three fight. They are then forced to flee when news of a bounty of them is posted and opportunistic bounty hunters come looking.

The duo returns in Chapter 2, having trailed the brigade into the woods to get revenge for what happened and having spent all their cash to get the Knights off their tail. The two are beaten again and flee when a Wind Dragon arrives. Lost in the woods, they run into Pete again, who offers them a job with his latest scheme.

Wario and Waluigi then attack the Greydon Institute in Chapter 3 to free Electro and convince him to listen to Pete.

In Chapter 4, the duo are then sent to Terrance's tower in hopes of capturing him for a reward from Pete. Waluigi summons the Crimson Scorp to distract the brigade while they go on ahead. However, Terrance simply blows them out of the tower.

Waluigi doesn't reappear unless the player takes the Suiseki Path into Kandur and reenters it, where Waluigi is trying to gather materials for his newest invention. Kyuu can bring him a Star Sapphire and a Spy Glass.