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  • Warp Pipe
  • Warp pipe
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  • Warp Pipes are a frequent sight in Super Smash Bros. games, hailing from the Mario series.
  • Warp Pipes are common features of the Mushroom Kingdom and in the Mario series in General. They can take Mario or Luigi directly below ground or warp the game player to a new level or Next world or even several worlds ahead such as secret areas known as a Warp Zone . It remains unclear who built these pipes. It could have been the Toad People or a long extinct unknown race of Master Plumbers.
  • Warp Pipes are special pipes Mario can enter to warp to another place (obviously a pipe). These Warp Pipes were every time used since Super Mario Bros. There are also other kind of Warp Pipes, specifically Rocket Pipes, which shoot Mario off when he entered one. Piranha Plants inhabit in many pipes, including this kind. A special kind of Lakitu does so as well.
  • Warp Pipes are objects that appear in the Mario series. When Mario goes in one, he warps somewhere else.
  • Pipes were first featured in Mario Bros., where they were situated two on each side of the screen, and they sprouted enemies for Mario and Luigi to dispatch, and coins for them to pick up. If an enemy entered a pipe at the bottom of the screen, it would pop back out of a corresponding pipe at the top of the screen. These pipes are similar to the warp pipes featured in later games, although Mario and Luigi could not use them.
  • Warp pipes are modes of transportation used in all three Paper Mario games. In Paper Mario, warp pipes are found in several places, including the Toad Town Tunnels. The Toad Town Tunnels contain many Warp Pipes, teleporting to every level except for Shy Guy's Toy Box and Flower Fields. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Rougeport Sewers have several warp pipes leading to many other levels in the game. The pipe in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door leading to Twilight Town is clogged until Mario talks with Darkly and asks how to go through it. In Super Paper Mario, there are warp pipes in the game, but there is no major gathering place of them. Merlon does give Mario the Return Pipe in Super Paper Mario, allowing Mario to return to Flipside from nearly any other location. There is
  • In Mario Party 4, Warp Pipes are available for 15 coins. They allow a player to swap positions with another player. Thinner Warp Pipes also appear in the New Super Mario Bros series. Mario must be Mini Mario to enter them. Piranha Plants use Warp Pipes for hiding places, and will jump in and out of them attempting to damage a passer-by. They will often stay inside the Warp Pipe, however, when Mario or another person is standing on top or next to the pipe. Main article: Clear Pipe
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  • Warp Pipe
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  • Artwork from New Super Mario Bros. Wii
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  • Super Mario Bros.
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  • Warp Pipes are a frequent sight in Super Smash Bros. games, hailing from the Mario series.
  • Warp Pipes are common features of the Mushroom Kingdom and in the Mario series in General. They can take Mario or Luigi directly below ground or warp the game player to a new level or Next world or even several worlds ahead such as secret areas known as a Warp Zone . It remains unclear who built these pipes. It could have been the Toad People or a long extinct unknown race of Master Plumbers.
  • Pipes were first featured in Mario Bros., where they were situated two on each side of the screen, and they sprouted enemies for Mario and Luigi to dispatch, and coins for them to pick up. If an enemy entered a pipe at the bottom of the screen, it would pop back out of a corresponding pipe at the top of the screen. These pipes are similar to the warp pipes featured in later games, although Mario and Luigi could not use them. Warp pipes appeared in Super Mario Bros. dispersed throughout levels. Many served no function or only held Piranha Plants, but certain warp pipes allowed Mario to enter bonus "coin rooms", underwater sections, or shortcuts (in warp zones). They were replaced in Super Mario Bros. 2 with vases, which acted similarly: the character would shrink and enter the vase, and such areas were usually similar to places Mario might reach with warp pipes in the preceding game. The original Warp pipe design reappeared in Super Mario Bros. 3. In fact, the seventh 'world' of levels in the game featured a warp pipe motif, and was consequently a jungle of warp pipes. Warp pipes also appear in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Super Mario 64, the original Super Smash Bros., and the Mario Party and Paper Mario series. They also appeared in Super Mario RPG instead of typical RPG stairwells. Warp pipes also appeared in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! as giant pipes that players could drive through and also made some appearances in Super Mario Sunshine. Warp Pipes also appeared in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour as objects that would transport the ball from one place to another. More recent Mario games don't feature many warp pipes, and some dedicated Mario fans are hoping for the return of warp zones, pipe plazas, and so on, in future games. However, the recent DS game New Super Mario Bros. also featured warp pipes, in a similar way to the older Super Mario Bros. games. Super Mario Galaxy features warp pipes that warp Mario across a planet. Pipes are also available as furniture decorations in the Animal Crossing series.
  • Warp Pipes are special pipes Mario can enter to warp to another place (obviously a pipe). These Warp Pipes were every time used since Super Mario Bros. There are also other kind of Warp Pipes, specifically Rocket Pipes, which shoot Mario off when he entered one. Piranha Plants inhabit in many pipes, including this kind. A special kind of Lakitu does so as well.
  • Warp pipes are modes of transportation used in all three Paper Mario games. In Paper Mario, warp pipes are found in several places, including the Toad Town Tunnels. The Toad Town Tunnels contain many Warp Pipes, teleporting to every level except for Shy Guy's Toy Box and Flower Fields. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, the Rougeport Sewers have several warp pipes leading to many other levels in the game. The pipe in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door leading to Twilight Town is clogged until Mario talks with Darkly and asks how to go through it. In Super Paper Mario, there are warp pipes in the game, but there is no major gathering place of them. Merlon does give Mario the Return Pipe in Super Paper Mario, allowing Mario to return to Flipside from nearly any other location. There is a character in Super Paper Mario named Welderberg who can create Warp Pipes in a few seconds. He can make a warp pipe from Flipside to Flopside for 300 coins, Flipside Tower to Flipside Pit of 100 Trials for 100 coins and from Flopside Tower to Flopside Pit of 100 Trials for 100 coins.
  • In Mario Party 4, Warp Pipes are available for 15 coins. They allow a player to swap positions with another player. Thinner Warp Pipes also appear in the New Super Mario Bros series. Mario must be Mini Mario to enter them. Piranha Plants use Warp Pipes for hiding places, and will jump in and out of them attempting to damage a passer-by. They will often stay inside the Warp Pipe, however, when Mario or another person is standing on top or next to the pipe. In Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Shy Guys, among other enemies, would often spawn in Warp Pipes, providing Yoshi with a source of free eggs. If a Yoshi were to go down into the Warp Pipe, they would find a dark cave where Shy Guys would come out of the floor of the cavern. Main article: Clear Pipe In Super Mario 3D World, glass version of pipes named clear pipes appear. They are often used as transportation across large gaps, and are also used to traverse between worlds on the map.
  • Warp Pipes are objects that appear in the Mario series. When Mario goes in one, he warps somewhere else.