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Metal Mario, also known as Metallic Mario, is Mario's other rival besides Donkey Kong and Wario. He first appeared in Super Mario 64 as a power up. He also appears in Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee as a boss. He appears in Mario Golf for the Nintendo 64 as the last unlockable character. He also appears in Mario Kart 7 as an unlockable character and served as the replacement for Waluigi. He then continued to appear in Mario Tennis Open as the final QR downloadable character. He appeared in Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe as one of the unlockable characters. He is better known to be indestructible, but he can still get hurt by a long fall. The Metal Box from the Super Smash Bros. series is a magic weapon that can switch the player into a metallic version of themselves which makes them stronger and more resistant to damage and knockback. He appeared in Mario Strikers Charged as Fiery Metal Mario which Mario kicks the ball in the goal to win the match. Metal Mario also appears in Dr. Mario 64 when Dr. Mario accidentally eats some of the Megavitamins and becomes a metallic version of himself called Metal Dr. Mario; this is the first metallic version of Dr. Mario has appeared. Metal Mario also appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. 4 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as one of the playable characters when Mario uses the Metal Box to transform himself into Metal Mario. Metal Mario doesn't appear in the remake of Super Mario 64 for the Nintendo DS, as he was replaced by Metal Wario who shares the same abilities as Metal Mario before him. He appeared in Super Mario Odyssey as an unlockable costume for Mario and also appears in Puzzles and Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition. Like the real Mario, he is voiced by Charles Martinet.
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