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  • Flopside
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  • Flopside is a vital location in the game, only accessible after the completion of Chapter 4. This city is the darker half of Flipside. In it, is a very similar city to Flipside in that many buildings are at the same spot, but on the opposite side. For instance, the shop, located on the left side of Flipside, is now on the far right side when it comes to Flopside. This town is first accessed in a secret chamber located in the first floor of Flipside. Here, Mario solves a riddle and proceeds into a mirror, that mirror being a small gateway into a room that leads into Flopside.
  • Flopside is the near-exact reversal of Flipside in Super Paper Mario, much like looking into a mirror. Flopside was created by both the Tribe of Ancients and the Tribe of Darkness as an antithesis to Flipside. It was first realized that without darkness (as Flipside was a town of light), Flopside would fall into ruin, as light cannot exist without darkness. As a result Flopside was created as a town of darkness to offset Flipside. The two towns are in perfect balance and have been ever since.
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  • Nolrem
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  • Flopside is the near-exact reversal of Flipside in Super Paper Mario, much like looking into a mirror. Flopside was created by both the Tribe of Ancients and the Tribe of Darkness as an antithesis to Flipside. It was first realized that without darkness (as Flipside was a town of light), Flopside would fall into ruin, as light cannot exist without darkness. As a result Flopside was created as a town of darkness to offset Flipside. The two towns are in perfect balance and have been ever since. The denizens of Flopside are mirror versions of those in Flipside. Usually they feature different color schemes and opposite personalities. Exceptions include Nolrem, who shares the same personality and role, if not coloring compared to his counterpart Merlon. Likewise, the town's layout mirrors Flipside, differentiating itself through unique puzzles and shops throughout. Flopside Tower serves as the only access point to Count Bleck's castle in the game's final chapter. The large black door can only be accessed after Mario acquires all eight Pure Hearts. This town was destroyed by The Void when Super Dimentio accelerated its expansion.
  • Flopside is a vital location in the game, only accessible after the completion of Chapter 4. This city is the darker half of Flipside. In it, is a very similar city to Flipside in that many buildings are at the same spot, but on the opposite side. For instance, the shop, located on the left side of Flipside, is now on the far right side when it comes to Flopside. This town is first accessed in a secret chamber located in the first floor of Flipside. Here, Mario solves a riddle and proceeds into a mirror, that mirror being a small gateway into a room that leads into Flopside. Flopside also houses the last four Heart Pillars that are used to seal the Pure Hearts. Atop Flopside Tower, only when all eight Pure Hearts are put into the pillars, will the eighth and final door into Count Bleck's realm, Castle Bleck, be opened.
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