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[Tier: Moons]GC Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (JPN) in 2:16:52.63 by Malleoz.
Dolphin movie (.dtm) (date: 2017-02-23)
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Submission #5366 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #3215 (2:22:25.58)
Rating: 9.1 (3.5 votes)
   
- Takes damage to save time
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: RPG
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is an RPG made by Nintendo and is the second game in the Paper Mario series following Paper Mario for the Nintendo 64. It incorporates a world made of paper and turn-based battles, much like its predecessor. In it, Peach asks Mario to help find a treasure hidden in Rogueport. When he arrives, she is missing as usual, and he must collect 7 Crystal Stars to save her and open the Thousand-Year Door to collect the treasure.

Malleoz improved his previous TAS by nearly five minutes and thirty seconds with the new Hazard Respawn Glitch as well as an improved Palace Skip.

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