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Top 5 Mario RPG Partners

5. Kooper (Paper Mario)
Let's start this countdown off with an oldie, but goodie. Kooper is the only Koopa in his village with a Blue Shell, making him really unique. He's soft spoken and tries to do the right thing, but sometimes he just needs a little help. Kooper also wants to be an archeologist like his hero Kolorado.
 
4. Yoshi (Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door)
Two words describe Yoshi from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door: Small and Spunky. This little guy is a real firecracker, sparking trouble wherever he goes. He has very special abilities and uses them to do the right thing. A little young, but Yoshi plays it cool. They grow up so fast, don't they?
 
3. Koops (Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door)
Koops is the counterpart to Kooper from Paper Mario, 'cept he goes a little bit deeper. Koops has his own struggles with being cool and getting a girlfriend. The band-aid on the nose is a nice touch for his personality, isn't it? Koops tries and tries and is rewarded in the end.
 
2. Bowser & Peach (Super Mario RPG: Legends of the Seven Stars)
You happen to catch the last time when Bowser, Mario, and Peach fought on the same side and were playable? Please let me know, 'cause I didn't see it. Having Bowser and Peach as playable partners took the Mario series to the next level and gave Super Mario RPG a great twist. Oh yeah, did I mention I haven't really seen such a trio since?
 
1. Geno & Mallow (Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars)
Can you really decide who's number one between Geno and Mallow? They're so unique in their own way, and they came into Super Mario RPG and seem to have never left from the minds of Mario fans. Geno has the sleek, play-it-cool personality, which is set up by Mallow's softer, help me type personality. Super Mario RPG, maybe the Mario RPG Series as a whole, would not complete with only one of them - there just needs to be both.