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Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Twist is a fan-fic written by Sr.Wario as a side project. The story, as you might guess, follows the events of the author's favorite game, with a number of plot twists and alterations to keep things fresh.
It began on 1/29/2015 and ended on (IT JUST BEGAN, YOU GREAT GULPIT! PLACEHOLDER I SUPPOSE). Reception has been (LEAVE A REVIEW, YOU GIGGLING GOOMBA! YET ANOTHER PLACEHOLDER. SHAME.)
The story is split up into Chapters, as the game is. In between Chapters there are Bowser Interludes, Peach Interludes, and Grifty's Tales.
Intro: The Magical Map
Luigi was slurping spaghetti as he always did. A breakfast of champions, to be sure. His brother, the famous Mario, had also recently got up(after a few Super Jumps from Luigi). But as he sucked up the last delicious noodle, a nasaly voice called out. "MAIL CALL!" the old voice called. It was Parakarry, Toad Town's err...most interesting mailman. Perhaps he was more suited for adventure, Luigi thought. Getting up, he sprinted over and took out the letter, with the Royal Seal on it. Luigi was accustomed to recieving these. The Princess was fond of Mario. Luigi didn't believe in rumors, but he could tell that they liked each other's company.
Luigi called out to his brother, as Mario raced down the stairs. Mario was clearly excited. No Koopa Kidnappings, just a friendly letter from his old friend Princess Peachena "Peach" Toadstool. Luigi could tell how excited Mario was, even though his brother was a man of few words. Really no words, actually, Luigi realized. Out loud, Luigi read the letter.
Peach was on holiday, and on a stop on their plan, Rogueport, she had came upon a treasure map. Peach invited Mario to come along. A treasure hunt sounded much better than the regular fare. And so, Mario brought a ticket to the ferry. Luigi followed along, hoping to sell his epic saga. Luigi was much more than the overshadowed brother. And shame on you for not thinking that.
Prologue: Going Rogue