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|“||Ooof... I sure take a lot of knocks in this line of work. I'm getting too old for this ghost-catching tomfoolery. Anyway, nice to meet you. I'm Professor E. Gadd.||„|
|~ Professor E. Gadd's first encounter with Luigi|
Professor Elvin Gadd nicknamed E. Gadd (Karl Tastroff nicknamed K.Tastroff in French, referring to the french word "catastrophe") is a supporting character of the Mario series and the deuteragonist of the Luigi's Mansion series. E. Gadd also appears as a supporting character in the first two games of the Mario & Luigi series. He's an eccentric scientist specializing in ghost hunting and inventing.
He is voiced by japanese composer Kazumi Totaka, who also voices Yoshi and King Boo.
- 1 Appearance
- 2 Biography
- 3 Other Media
- 4 Personality
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Navigation
Professor E. Gadd is a small man with, for only hair, a small straight tuft in the middle of the skull. He has a tooth and always wears glasses, a blouse and brown shoes. His glasses have a spiral pattern.
He appears for the first time in the game when Luigi enters the Parlor on the second floor. As the trembling Luigi wanders in the room, he encounters an orange ghost that suddenly scares him. When it looks like the ghost is going to attack Luigi, Professor E. Gadd appears sucking the orange ghost with Poltergust 3000. Despite his efforts, he fails to suck in the orange ghost, but at least manages to drive it away. Afterwards, Professor E. Gadd presents himself to Luigi, explaining that the entire mansion is haunted. He says he is surprised at Luigi's courage to enter the mansion alone. Then Luigi and E. Gadd leave to the latter's laboratory after some ghosts materialize and try to catch them. E. Gadd has heard who Luigi is, how his life went and the backstory of the mansion. Luigi explains that he is looking Mario who has been missing in the mansion for a while. Professor E. Gadd hands the Poltergust 3000 to Luigi and starts to train in the training room. After the training, Luigi then goes to the mansion with the vacuum cleaner and a flashlight. In addition to the Poltergust 3000, E. Gadd also provides him the GameBoy Horror, through which he receives tips and information from the professor.
Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
In Luigi's Mansion 2, E. Gadd reappears during the game's opening cinematic, he works in the laboratory of Gloomy Manor with the help of Greenie. At the same time, King Boo breaks the Dark Moon and disperses the fragments. The ghosts of Evershade Valley then become angry and ransack the professor's study room while driving him out of the place. The professor, after making an escape, reaches his bunker and wakes up Luigi by appearing on the screen of his television. He teleports him to his headquarters using the pager.
It is here that the professor continues his research while giving missions to Luigi.
Luigi's Mansion 3
Professor E. Gadd returns again in Luigi's Mansion 3. For the first time in the series, E. Gadd was imprisoned in a painting by King Boo and Luigi must find him so that he can help him find Mario but this time Peach and some Toads have disappeared with him. Just like in the previous installments, E. Gadd provides Luigi with a Poltergust and gives him advice from his portable laboratory located in the basement of the Last Resort.
Mario & Luigi Series
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time
Mario Party Series
Mario Kart Series
Super Mario Maker
Super Smash Bros.
Professor E. Gadd is eccentric, friendly and intelligent as he is one of the world's greatest scientists and inventors. E. Gadd is quite gibberish at times due to his accent and way of speaking.
- Professor E. Gadd was supposed to be a playable character in Mario Kart DS but was replaced by Dry Bones for unknown reasons.
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Super Mario Bros. franchise