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[[Category:Gameplay_Mechanics]] [[Category:Collectibles]]
 
[[Category:Gameplay_Mechanics]] [[Category:Collectibles]]
'''Badges''' are a non-consumable collectible in [[Paper Mario]] distinguished separately from other [[:Category:Items|items]] in the game. When equipped, badges serve several purposes, including special moves, increasing stats, and other miscellaneous abilities.
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'''Badges''' are a non-consumable collectibles in the game [[Paper Mario]], distinguished separately from other [[:Category:Items|items]] in the game. Equipping the badges requires Badge Points (BP). When equipped, badges grant various effects such as unlocking new abilities or increasing stats. There are sixty-nine unique badges in the game, although a few badges have multiple copies, resulting in a total of eighty.
  
 
== Obtaining Badges ==
 
== Obtaining Badges ==
 
Badges can be obtained through several methods:
 
Badges can be obtained through several methods:
* Purchase at [[Rowf's Badge Shop]]
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* Purchased at [[Rowf's Badge Shop]]
* Trade with [[Merlow]] for [[Star_Piece|Star Pieces]]
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* Traded with [[Merlow]] for [[Star_Piece|Star Pieces]]
* Find in the overworld
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* Found in the overworld
* Receive from [[:Category:Non-Playable_Characters|NPC]]s after completing a side-quest
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* Received from [[:Category:Non-Playable_Characters|NPC]]s after completing a side-quest
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== List of Badges ==
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*[[All or Nothing]]
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*[[Attack FX A]]
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*[[Attack FX B]]
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*[[Attack FX C]]
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*[[Attack FX D]]
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*[[Attack FX E]]
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*[[Bump Attack]]
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*[[Chill Out]]
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*[[Close Call]]
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*[[D-Down Jump]]
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*[[D-Down Hammer]]
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*[[Damage Dodge]]
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*[[Deep Focus]]
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*[[Defend Plus]]
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*[[Dizzy Attack]]
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*[[Dizzy Stomp]]
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*[[Dodge Master]]
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*[[Double Dip]]
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*[[Feeling Fine]]
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*[[Fire Shield]]
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*[[First Attack]]
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*[[Flower Finder]]
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*[[Flower Saver]]
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*[[FP Plus]]
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*[[Group Focus]]
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*[[Hammer Throw]]
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*[[Happy Flower]]
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*[[Happy Heart]]
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*[[Heart Finder]]
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*[[HP Drain]]
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*[[HP Plus]]
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*[[I Spy]]
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*[[Ice Power]]
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*[[Jump Charge]]
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*[[Last Stand]]
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*[[Lucky Day]]
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*[[Mega Jump]]
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*[[Mega Quake]]
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*[[Mega Rush]]
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*[[Mega Smash]]
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*[[Money Money]]
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*[[Multibounce]]
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*[[P-Down D-Up]]
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*[[P-Up D-Down]]
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*[[Pay-off]]
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*[[Peekaboo]]
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*[[Power Bounce]]
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*[[Power Jump]]
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*[[Power Plus]]
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*[[Power Quake]]
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*[[Power Rush]]
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*[[Power Smash]]
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*[[Pretty Lucky]]
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*[[Quake Hammer]]
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*[[Quick Change]]
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*[[Refund]]
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*[[Runaway Pay]]
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*[[Super Jump Charge]]
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*[[Super Smash Charge]]
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*[[Shrink Stomp]]
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*[[Sleep Stomp]]
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*[[Slow Go]]
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*[[Smash Charge]]
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*[[Speedy Spin]]
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*[[Spike Shield]]
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*[[Spin Attack]]
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*[[Spin Smash]]
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*[[Triple Dip]]
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*[[Zap Tap]]

Latest revision as of 18:33, 26 June 2020

Badges are a non-consumable collectibles in the game Paper Mario, distinguished separately from other items in the game. Equipping the badges requires Badge Points (BP). When equipped, badges grant various effects such as unlocking new abilities or increasing stats. There are sixty-nine unique badges in the game, although a few badges have multiple copies, resulting in a total of eighty.

Obtaining Badges

Badges can be obtained through several methods:

List of Badges