|Morton Koopa Jr. did not originate from fanon, and more information can be found on their respective wiki(s). You may read more about it on the following wiki(s):|
|Morton Koopa Jr.|
|Full Name||Prince Morton Koopa Jr.|
|Date of Birth||October 8, 2001|
|Family and Relations|
|Bowser (adopted father),Clawdia Koopa (mother) Koopalings (siblings), Clawdia Koopa|
|Main Weapon(s)||Wand, hammer|
| Big Mouth Koopa|
|First Appearance||Super Mario Bros. 3|
|Latest Appearance||Mario Kart 8 Deluxe|
Morton Koopa Junior, also written at Morton Koopa Jr., is one of the Koopalings, the third-youngest out of the canon eight.
Morton is quite unique in feature to his six brothers and sister, including his brown skin and black shell. He also has a special, grey star-shaped birthmark on the left side of his face.
Morton in other games he is talkative. However, when he is very obnoxious, but only when he sees Captain Syrup, though this could be because he harbors hatred against her for what she did. Sometimes, he is shown to have a short-temper.
Behind the Wheel
Morton Jr. appears as unlockable playable character in the racing game Bowser's Castle Racing.
- Weight: 64%
- Driving Skill: 29%
- Item Power: 50%
- Speed: 43%
The Prince Morton Kooopa II is one of the sons of Bowser. It is very fond of one of his older brothers: Roy, because of their similar size, unfortunately the last one does not treat it with much respect, also because, um... Morton speaks a little too much.
Singalong Down Under!
Morton Jr. made his debut in the Mario Singalong! Series in Mario Singalong Down Under! where he was an unlockable character to unlock him you had to sing all of the Shannon Noll, Guy Sebastian, Ricki Lee Coulter and Young Diva songs at least once.
Tarzan's Mortal Enemy
In New Super Mario Bros YoYo Games, Morton Jr. captivates World 3: Poisoned Jungle. His minions are Jungle Chomp, Petey Piranha, and the Whomp King. Here are his relations with other Koopalings, as stated by Risen:
- Lavora: Morton is good at playing guitar; he took lessons from her
- Ludwig: Morton keeps asking him who his mother looks like; Ludwig forgot.
- Lemmy: Lemmy is Morton's "Teddy Bear"
- Roy: They hang out with Risen. A LOT.
- Iggy: Morton abuses his inventions.
- Wendy: Morton finds her cute, yet annoying.
- Risen: Best friends
- Jackson: Morton is often punched by him after talking too much.
- Larry: Best friends
- Harley: They don't see eye to eye with each other.
- Bowser Jr.: Morton begs to use his Koopa Klown Car.
Super Mario and the Glowing Diamond
Morton Koopa Jr. reappeared along with the rest of the Koopalings in Super Mario and the Glowing Diamond. He serves as the guardian of World 2: Sea of Sand. In battle, Morton Koopa Jr. would walk around, climb up walls and will even try to land on Yoshi. When he falls from the ceiling, the ground will shake, briefly stunning Yoshi if he doesn't jump in time. After 3 jumps, the key to World 3: Sparkle Ocean or World 4: Toxic Forest will open and Mario will be saved and will be playable.
Morton Koopa Jr. reappears along with the other 6 Koopalings as the bosses of the Nostalgia Area in Lets-a-go, Mario. Like the others, he can breathe fire. Like Ludwig and Roy, he can also cause earthquakes when landing from a jump. Like in the beta of Super Princess Peach, he can spit spiked balls and inflate like a balloon to float upwards. After a bit, there is a crashing sound, which causes a bunch of debris. Then, Morton falls from the sky, similar to a Thwomp, which causes several shockwaves. His personal minions are Thwomps, Thwimps, Whomps, and Spikes.
He reappears with the other 6 Koopalings in HURRY UP! in the last part of the stage, again as a boss. He is the third Koopaling to fall off of the Koopa Clown Car. There, he attacks by throwing spiked balls. Like his brothers and sister, he falls off after he is hit by one of his own projectiles after it was reflected by Tornado Mario. This is more difficult though, due to the fact that the spiked balls need to be reflected while they are in midair.
Morton reappeared in this game, as the boss of the world 5: Vanilla Snowland.
Morton reappears in this game as the boss of Morton's Vine-Swing Castle, in World 3: Swampy-Branch Jungle.
Morton is the boss of World 2: Deserted Desert in this game. Like the other Koopalings, he is fought twice in his world.
Spiked For Life!
Morton appeared in Godzilla vs. Bowser. He ursurped the true king's throne turning him into a spider again. Though his regained rise of power was once again taken away from hij; this time by Anguirus.
Morton is the game's fourth koopaling to be fought. He jumps a whole lot and will try to ground pound on you. After 5 ground pound attempts he will spin around very fast and will move around the room, making him hard to dodge. After his spinning, he'll jump into the center of the room and hammer the part of the floor you're standing on, sinking that platform into lava. Jump on him in the hammering process to land a hit on him, and he'll spin around the room in his shell. Afterwards, he'll repeat his strategy. Hit him twice more to end the battle and grant access to the Golden Temple.
Morton returns as the boss of the tower in World 2. He will attack by jumping, sending shockwaves down the path the player must use to cross the quicksand and reach him, as well as shooting streams of purple fireballs. Unlike other bosses, one jump is just enough to finish him off.
Morton is fought as the mid-boss in World 2, under command of Bowser wreaking havoc in the Desert Land of the past. Morton attacks with similar tactics to Larry, however he uses his wand more often than Larry did, and his shell spin and casting speed are faster. His arena is similar to his tower battle in New Super Mario Bros. Wii, however it's over quicksand instead of lava and the spiked pillars aren't present.
Morton also appears in World 2-Castle, shooting the stairs leading up to the Doomship, where the player fights Bowser as the boss of World 2.
Morton appears in New Super Mario Bros. Lambda along with the other Classic 7 Koopalings. He is the Boss of World 2, Cheep Cheep Bay.
- Morton Koopa Jr. is named after his late grandfather, Bowser's father, Morton Koopa Sr.