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|Game Series||Mario series|
|First Appearance||Mario Tennis (2000)|
|Voice Actor(s):||Charles Martinet|
|Trademark:||"upside down L" cap|
|~ Waluigi, Mario Kart: Double Dash!!|
Waluigi is a character in the Mario series universe.
Looks & Personality
Waluigi was meant to be the rival of Luigi (the same way Wario is to Mario). He first appeared in Mario Tennis and has since developed in a multitude of ways. Waluigi wears black overalls over a purple shirt, and a purple cap with the letter "L" upside-down. Waluigi is also known for being tall, lean, and lanky in appearance. He also has a higher, more nasally pitched voice then Wario. Waluigi has a pencil-thin mustache and blue eyeliner around his eyes and a sharp pink nose.
Waluigi is said to be a master of tricks and deceitfulness. It is said that he will find anyway to win (even if it means cheating). Despite being good at above, he is not very smart book-wise, apparent by the way he talks and his appearance.
- Mario Tennis (Nintendo 64) - 2000 (first appearance).
- Mario Party 3 (Nintendo 64) - 2001
- Mario Party 4 (GameCube) - 2002
- Game & Watch Gallery 4 (Game Boy Advance) - 2002
- Mario Party-e (e-Reader) - 2002
- Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (GameCube) - 2003
- Mario Party 5 (GameCube) - 2003
- Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (GameCube) - 2003
- Mario Golf: Advance Tour (GameCube) -
- Mario Power Tennis (GameCube) -
- Mario Party 6 (GameCube) - 2004
- Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix (GameCube) - 2005
- Mario Superstar Baseball (GameCube) - 2005
- Mario Party 7 (GameCube) - 2005
- Mario Kart Wii (WII) - 2008
- Super Smash Bros Melee (GameCube) - 2001 - as a trophy
- Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (GameCube) - 2004 - as an alternate costume Mario can wear by using both the W and L Emblem badges simultaneously
- Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii) - 2008 - as an Assist Trophy.
- Super Smash Bros. Wii U and Nintendo 3DS - 2014 (est.) - as an Assist Trophy.