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  • Bowser's Castle
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  • The Mario Kart Wii edition of Bowser's Castle is the second to last course in the Special Cup, right before the infamous Rainbow Road.
  • Bowser's Castle is a recurring location in the Mario series. It is the domicile of the Koopa villain Bowser and the base of operations for his army. The castle's name, design and greater location vary from game to game, but the castle is usually situated in a volcanic world and is characteristically an important base from which the Koopa King formulates his plans and summons his minions to take over the Mushroom Kingdom and carry out the capture of Princess Peach. Bowser's Castle is usually the final area that Mario and his friends visit to defeat Bowser and rescue Peach and is usually guarded by Bowser's most powerful minions. In the Mario spin-offs, the castle can serve as a go-kart course, a tennis court, a baseball stadium, etc., depending on the sport the game is based on.
  • The castle is guarded by Skele-douches who were originally from Minecraftia. It is pretty difficult to get inside. The only person to get inside was the Pesky Plumber. Those Skele-douches are actually undead Koopas named Dry Bones.
  • Bowser's Castle, also known as Koopa Castle, Koopa Kastle, Neon Castle, Bowser Castle or Bowser's Keep is the castle owned by Bowser. It is often used to hold Princess Peach of the Mushroom Kingdom hostage, as it is filled with lava, Firebars and various other traps to prevent intruders; the castle is closely guarded by the Koopa Troop, and is often the final area visited by Mario while rescuing the Princess.
  • Bowser's Castle is a location from the first Paper Mario game (although it is technically also a location in Super Paper Mario), found in Chapter 8: A Star Powered Showdown. It leads to an empty Princess Peach's castle, which leads to the final boss of the game, Bowser. Bowser's Castle contains makeshift shop's and Toad House's made by Bowser's Minions and captured Toads.
  • Bowser's Castle or Castle Koopa is a location in the Koopa Kingdom. It is Bowser's home and capital of his kingdom. It has very different castles, depending on which game is it. It is also where Bowser keeps Princess Peach after he captures her.
  • Welcome to Bowser's Castle, a Kongregate chatroom that was owned by Xela248, and is now merged with Café Kong. Welcome to BC, it's a perfect town. Here we have some rules, let us lay them down. Stay in place, stay in line and we'll get along fine. BC is a perfect place. So keep off of the grass, shine your shoes, wipe your a- face. All contributions and edits to our room's wiki are welcomed. If revision is required, feel free to ask why and how it needed to be revised. __TOC__
  • Bowser's Castle is the home of Bowser, his children, and many of his soldiers, including Kamek and Kammy. It would seem that Dr. Eggman has also taken up residence here lately.
  • Bowser's Castle is a starter stage in Super Smash Flash 2 coming from the Mario series. It is based on the keep of the series' antagonist, Bowser.
  • Bowser's Castle is a castle owned by Bowser. It is in North Hyrule. Bowser's Castle Project was invented by unnamed Koopa Troopa, who was a farmer. Bowser and his army stopped near his farm one day and stole anything, that they could eat or sell. One of stolen things was a book with pictures of great castle, floating in space and fireing lazors in Mario's house. Bowser said that he loves pictures and send the book to his castle. Later he send koopas to Space Sector 1337 to build the Castle
  • Actually, it is under construction now. Construction started in 1985 and the most possible date of construction's end is 200. Bowser's Castle Project was invented by an unnamed Koopa Troopa, who was a farmer. Bowser and his army stopped near his farm one day and stole anything, that they could eat or sell. One of stolen things was a book with pictures of great castle, floating in space and firing lazors in Mario's house. Bowser said that he loves pictures and send the book to his castle. Later he send koopas to Space Sector 1337 to build the Castle.
  • Bowser's Castle, also known as the Bowser Castle, is a sinister fortified palace that is the main base of operations for the evil king Bowser Koopa (better known as Bowser) who also calls this place home, and it even serves as the capital of the Koopa Kingdom. It is one of the well-known recurring locations in the Super Mario Bros. universe. It comes in its many castle version s depending on which Super Mario game. The castle has often been destroyed and rebuilt, and appears different in each game that it appears in. It is usually filled with lava pits, booby traps, and Bowser's minions, and always includes a room where Bowser holds residence and that is sometimes the royal throne room in some Super Mario incarnations complete with the royal Koopa Throne which is only for those of the roya
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Super Jump
  • No
Animated
  • Yes
edifice
  • Royal castle
Tattle
  • *It's Bowser's Castle. This appears to be the hangar for Bowser's vehicles. *Boy! Bowser's Castle. Talk about your basic eerie atmosphere, huh? Oh... I'm nervous and excited at the same time. We're headed for the final fight at last! *Are we still outside the castle or what? Let's hurry through here. OK, Mario? *I've gotta hand it to him, Bowser's Castle is amazing! Such creative use of lava flows! It's just like that volcano! *It's a covered hallway in Bowser's Castle. It doesn't look like anythings amiss in here. Let's press on, Mario. *Look at the size of that stone Bowser face! He's pretty scary looking. That face gives me the creeps, Mario. *It's an underground prison cell, Mario. Are you sure you can find the way back to where we were before? *I wonder where all this lava comes from. Don't you think it's odd? *Lava, lava, lava! There's such a thing as too much lava, that's for sure. Mario, are you all right in this heat? Boy, it's hot! This adventure has just been one extreme or the other. *The only way to cross the lava is to have somebody carry us. If we could find a way to cool the lava off, we could probably walk on it, though. And if we have to pass through lava flows, we can have Bow hide us from danger. *Here's the source of the lava. It's miserably hot when it's flowing. It's not so bad when it's cooled off, though. *Now we're cooking! I mean, now we're not cooking! It's still hot, but not, you know, burning hot. *You know, walking on newly hardened lava is not exactly something that your average Goomba gets to experience. *The lava seems to have hardened as it cooled off. *There's a treasure chest. Things are looking up. The lava has even cooled. *It seems to be a cave. Are we below the castle? It's so dark. They must have had problems setting up lights down here. What a pain for us. *It seems to be a cave. Are we below the castle? It's so dark. How long can this darkness possibly last? *Ah! We're back inside Bowser's Castle. There's a stone pedestal with Bowser's face carved on it. What poor taste! What an egomaniac! If we push that thing, what do you think will happen? *It's a hall in Bowser's Castle. I wonder where it leads. We have to hurry! And yet, we should also be careful. *These stairs aren't lighted very well, are they? I wonder how deep below ground they go. Bowser should really look into some ambient lighting. *This is a prison cell where Toads are being held. You know... There are Toads here...and beds... It's kind of like a Toad House! Do you think that I'm just an incurable optimist? Well, what's wrong with that? *Here's the storage room for Bowser's Castle. It looks like one of his subjects is selling his stuff. Ha ha! *It's a covered hallway. I can sum up the decorating in two words: pure Bowser! Such dark colors and drab lighting! What terrible taste! *I'm sure Bowser's going to be surprised. I'm sure he'd never believe that we could make it this far. I can't wait to see the expression on his face. *If Bombette were about three times bigger, we could just blow all these walls up. It would certainly let us move through these areas a lot faster. But that's probably not a good idea. It would be far too dangerous. *We're somewhere inside Bowser's Castle. This hall is quite large. It also looks quite fortified. I wonder if there's anything good around here? An attack item, maybe? *Look at all these carvings of Bowser's ugly mug. It's really shameless! I guess he thinks he's cool. Hey, incidentally, about those stone pedestals... Some move and some don't, so check 'em all out. *Whoa! This corridor has much lower ceilings, huh? I guess I had gotten used to really high ceilings. *In case you don't know by now, some of these Bowser pedestals can be pushed and others can't. In many cases, you can push them from either the right or left side. I wonder where I heard that? *This is a hidden passage. It's a bit dark, huh? That's all right. I can sense that something good's in here. *Some of these Bowser pedestals can be pushed and others can't. In many cases, you can push them from either the right or left sides. If they move, you can be sure they're covering a hidden passage. *See! A hidden passage. This one doesn't seem to be hiding anything interesting. *...Nothing. This room's just a dead end. How worthless. Let's go back to the room where the pedestals are and check 'em out! *This hidden passage looks promising, doesn't it? It must lead somewhere... You know, I hope we're going in the right direction. I feel kind of disoriented. *We've certainly seen many kinds of treasure on our adventures, haven't we, Mario? There's one that I would value above all others, though. I would keep it in the safest place I know... Mario, please give me your autograph!! *Again with the Bowser faces! I'm sick of looking at his ugly mug! Let's find the real Bowser and show him who's boss! And then I can meet Princess Peach! *It's the outside of Bowser's Castle. Even the outside feels gross and ominous. Maybe he wasn't so bad until he moved here. Living in such a dank place isn't good for the soul. *How many halls have we been through? I wonder what this one leads to... To Bowser's room? Maybe? *Know what this reminds me of? A ghost story! This would make the perfect setting for a freaky ghost story! We could have Bow and her friends play the scary parts. Remind me to do that some time back at Toad Town! *It's a prison cell within Bowser's Castle. A lot of Toads are here. It's a bit strange... Why would Bowser ever need this many prison cells? Do you think there are that many prisoners? *I think we've already come really far. But we're not at Bowser's room yet. Where could he be? This place is so complicated! That Bowser... I really don't like him! *"I smell treasure!" Isn't that a good Kolorado imitation? Mario? Wasn't that right on? I wonder what Kolorado's doing? *It's a covered hallway in Bowser's Castle. There's no place to hide around here, that's for sure. Not that we need one, Mario! Who'd hide? Not me! *Do you think those windows open to outside or to the inner part of the castle? I'm getting totally turned around in here. This castle really is huge. *It's a room without a window. It also has a chandelier with no lights in it. I'm getting the feeling that Bowser is really going for the dark, gothic look in here. Maybe he hates bright lights. *All the torches hanging over there... Doesn't their pattern strike you as sort of suspicious? It's almost as if there's a hidden meaning there. What do you say we try to remember it? *I think we keep passing through the same room. Do you think, perhaps, that somebody's messing with us? Well, it's a waste of time to just keep running around with no clue about what we're doing. It's kind of like what happened in Forever Forest. Say...those torches might hold a clue for us. *This is a corridor of sorts. I guess it's more like an elevated skyway, though. If a guy were afraid of heights, his legs would probably tremble and he'd probably freak out. Gulp! *You know, if I were designing a castle, I wouldn't put in so many corridors. Well, whatever. You can't expect Bowser to have good taste. *This room is one big ego massage for Bowser. I wish we could crush all these statues to dust. *Stairs again! Do you think Princess Peach's Castle is at the top of 'em? We're almost there, Mario! I can feel it! Onward! The princess awaits!
type of evil lair
  • Evil Castle
purposes
  • To remain as home of King Bowser and his Koopa Kids.
  • To forever serve as the controlling center of the Koopa Kingdom.
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  • Appearance of Bowser's Castle in Mario Kart Wii
Availability
Latest Appearance
  • Mario Party: Island Tour
Games
  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Mario Kart 64
  • Paper Mario
  • New Super Mario Bros.
  • Super Mario Kart
  • Mario Kart 7
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Mario Kart DS
  • Mario Kart: Super Circuit
  • Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
  • Super Mario Galaxy
  • Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
  • Super Mario 64
  • Super Mario World
  • Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii
  • Mario Kart series
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
Enemy
Origin
  • Super Mario Bros.
Series
  • Mario
Status
  • Active
Appearance
  • Super Smash Flash 2
First Appearance
  • Super Mario Bros.
Residents
  • Koopa Troop
  • Bowser Jr.
  • Koopalings
  • Magikoopas
  • King Bowser Koopa
Game
  • SSF2
Nickname
  • Castle Koopa
Name
  • 3
  • Bowser's Castle
  • DS Bowser's Castle
  • GBA Bowser Castle
  • GCN Bowser's Castle
  • N64 Bowser's Castle
  • SNES Bowser Castle
  • Wii Bowser's Castle
  • Wii U Bowser's Castle
Caption
  • Overview of track
  • Bowser Castle 1.
  • Bowser's Castle from New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
  • Bowser's Castle in Mario Kart 7.
  • Bowser's Castle in Mario Kart 8.
  • GBA Bowser Castle 2.
  • Overview of track from Mario Kart DS
  • The track as it appears in Mario Kart Wii
  • Manny and Hastur encounter Dark Donald and Unleashed Ronald on ShinRyoga's version of Bowser's Castle
  • Bowser driving on Bowser's Castle in Mario Kart Wii.
First
  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Mario Kart 64
  • Super Mario Kart
  • Super Mario Bros.
  • Mario Kart 7
  • Mario Kart 8
  • Mario Kart DS
  • Mario Kart: Super Circuit
  • Mario Kart: Double Dash!!
legality
  • Banned
Retro
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Inhabitants
  • Bowser, Koopalings, Bowser Jr., Koopa Troop
  • Bowser, Goombas, Koopalings, Bowser Jr., Koopa Troopas, and more of Bowser's minions
Alias
  • Bowser's Castle
  • The Kastle
  • Koopa Castle
  • Bowser Keep
  • Bowser Palace
  • Bowser' s Palace
  • Bowser's Keep
  • Castle Bowser
  • Castle Koopa
  • Coney Island Disco Palace
  • King Bowser's Castle
  • Neon Castle
Ruler
  • Bowser
Properties
  • Technology
  • Pipes
  • Spikes
  • Lava pits
  • Koopa Throne
  • Evil magic
  • Bowser Statues
  • Castle fences
  • Fire bars
  • Moving structures
  • Spiked balls
  • Spiked pillars
  • Wooden/metal castle doors
Title
  • Bowser's Castle
Music
  • Yes
  • *Bowser's Castle *Bowser's Rampage
Icon
  • 60
Cup
  • Special Cup
  • Star Cup
  • Castle 1: Mushroom Cup
  • Castle 2: Flower Cup
  • Castle 3: Star Cup
  • Castle 4: Special Cup
Resolution
  • Low
Universe
Pop
  • undefined
Fullname
  • Bowser Castle
Located
Place
  • N/A
Lead
Creator
  • MackX
  • ShinRyoga
Location
  • Koopa Kingdom and other places
Size
  • 250
  • Medium
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Greater Location
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  • The Mario Kart Wii edition of Bowser's Castle is the second to last course in the Special Cup, right before the infamous Rainbow Road.
  • Bowser's Castle is a recurring location in the Mario series. It is the domicile of the Koopa villain Bowser and the base of operations for his army. The castle's name, design and greater location vary from game to game, but the castle is usually situated in a volcanic world and is characteristically an important base from which the Koopa King formulates his plans and summons his minions to take over the Mushroom Kingdom and carry out the capture of Princess Peach. Bowser's Castle is usually the final area that Mario and his friends visit to defeat Bowser and rescue Peach and is usually guarded by Bowser's most powerful minions. In the Mario spin-offs, the castle can serve as a go-kart course, a tennis court, a baseball stadium, etc., depending on the sport the game is based on.
  • The castle is guarded by Skele-douches who were originally from Minecraftia. It is pretty difficult to get inside. The only person to get inside was the Pesky Plumber. Those Skele-douches are actually undead Koopas named Dry Bones.
  • Bowser's Castle is a castle owned by Bowser. It is in North Hyrule. Bowser's Castle Project was invented by unnamed Koopa Troopa, who was a farmer. Bowser and his army stopped near his farm one day and stole anything, that they could eat or sell. One of stolen things was a book with pictures of great castle, floating in space and fireing lazors in Mario's house. Bowser said that he loves pictures and send the book to his castle. Later he send koopas to Space Sector 1337 to build the Castle Bowser's Castle is the biggest weapon castle in history. Most of mass destruction weapons are in castle dungeons. Bowser sometimes visits Bowser's Castle to decorate his throne room. It has been rumoured that George W. Bush and The scratch cat are hiding in the weapons warehouse, if seen please report to the koopa squadron -9.
  • Bowser's Castle, also known as Koopa Castle, Koopa Kastle, Neon Castle, Bowser Castle or Bowser's Keep is the castle owned by Bowser. It is often used to hold Princess Peach of the Mushroom Kingdom hostage, as it is filled with lava, Firebars and various other traps to prevent intruders; the castle is closely guarded by the Koopa Troop, and is often the final area visited by Mario while rescuing the Princess.
  • Bowser's Castle is a location from the first Paper Mario game (although it is technically also a location in Super Paper Mario), found in Chapter 8: A Star Powered Showdown. It leads to an empty Princess Peach's castle, which leads to the final boss of the game, Bowser. Bowser's Castle contains makeshift shop's and Toad House's made by Bowser's Minions and captured Toads.
  • Bowser's Castle, also known as the Bowser Castle, is a sinister fortified palace that is the main base of operations for the evil king Bowser Koopa (better known as Bowser) who also calls this place home, and it even serves as the capital of the Koopa Kingdom. It is one of the well-known recurring locations in the Super Mario Bros. universe. It comes in its many castle version s depending on which Super Mario game. The castle has often been destroyed and rebuilt, and appears different in each game that it appears in. It is usually filled with lava pits, booby traps, and Bowser's minions, and always includes a room where Bowser holds residence and that is sometimes the royal throne room in some Super Mario incarnations complete with the royal Koopa Throne which is only for those of the royal Koopa family including King Bowser and the Koopa Kids (also known as Koopalings) to occupy and assume full leadership of the entire Koopa Kingdom. In several of the storylines, Princess Peach is held captive there. The castle is frequently the last level in many games in the series. It is also known as "Bowser's Keep" in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, "King Bowser's Castle" (in both Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island and Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3), and it also referred to as "Castle Koopa", "Koopa Castle", and "Neon Castle" in the Super Mario cartoons. The castle itself is always guarded by Bowser's most powerful servants and it is usually the final area in the Mario games that Mario and his brother Luigi and their friends visit to take on King Bowser and rescue Princess Peach Toadstool of the Mushroom Kingdom. In Super Mario Bros. 3, not only that Bowser's Castle, called "Castle of Koopa" (also "Castle of Kuppa" in the videogame's Japanese version) was the game's final destination once again, but an entire world was built around it, called the "Dark Land". This 8th and final level was a subterranean valley reminiscent of the classical image of hell: with lava, floating skulls, and intermittent darkness. Thanks to the addition of an Overworld map screen, Bowser's Castle also had a defined exterior structure: it was built similar to a medieval fort, with a likeness of Bowser sculpted onto the front entrance. In Super Mario World, Bowser's Castle is located in the heart of the archipelago, directly underneath the sea. The entire area is named the Valley of Bowser for this reason. The castle itself is located to the north. It had changed appearance yet again, this time resembling Windsor Castle, but noteworthy for the massive sign positioned directly over the entrance which reads "Bowser" in bright neon lights. Bowser himself is seen hovering over the topmost spire in his flying Koopa Clown Car. In Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, Bowser's Castle rendered in 3-D for the first time, it was large and imposing consisting of large towers and rooms and also giant spade-modeled sticks on the castle's bailey. The castle was stationed on a mountain carved in Bowser's image above the Vista Hill which is oddly extremely close to Mario's own house. The castle was filled with minions and lava pits along with dark twisting corridors. There were also rooms containing challenges such as navigating across an invisible bridge suspended over lava, and jumping over barrels thrown by one of the Chained Kongs (in homage to Donkey Kong). In the Super Mario spin-offs, the Bowser Castle can also serve as a go-kart course, a tennis court, a baseball stadium, etc., depending on the sport the game is based on.
  • Bowser's Castle or Castle Koopa is a location in the Koopa Kingdom. It is Bowser's home and capital of his kingdom. It has very different castles, depending on which game is it. It is also where Bowser keeps Princess Peach after he captures her.
  • Welcome to Bowser's Castle, a Kongregate chatroom that was owned by Xela248, and is now merged with Café Kong. Welcome to BC, it's a perfect town. Here we have some rules, let us lay them down. Stay in place, stay in line and we'll get along fine. BC is a perfect place. So keep off of the grass, shine your shoes, wipe your a- face. All contributions and edits to our room's wiki are welcomed. If revision is required, feel free to ask why and how it needed to be revised. __TOC__
  • Bowser's Castle is the home of Bowser, his children, and many of his soldiers, including Kamek and Kammy. It would seem that Dr. Eggman has also taken up residence here lately.
  • Bowser's Castle is a starter stage in Super Smash Flash 2 coming from the Mario series. It is based on the keep of the series' antagonist, Bowser.
  • Actually, it is under construction now. Construction started in 1985 and the most possible date of construction's end is 200. Bowser's Castle Project was invented by an unnamed Koopa Troopa, who was a farmer. Bowser and his army stopped near his farm one day and stole anything, that they could eat or sell. One of stolen things was a book with pictures of great castle, floating in space and firing lazors in Mario's house. Bowser said that he loves pictures and send the book to his castle. Later he send koopas to Space Sector 1337 to build the Castle. Bowser's Castle is the biggest weapon warehouse in history. Most of the mass destruction weapons are in the castle dungeons. It has been reported that a large amount of Adobe is stored in Bowser's Castle making it a likely target of Nairobi. Bowser sometimes visits Bowser's Castle to decorate his throne room. It has been rumoured that George W. Bush is hiding in the weapons warehouse, if seen please report to the koopa squadron 9. UPDATE; Bush has been found in the basement of the castle, eating Toads that refused to marry him.
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