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Poison Mushroom


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Card Info


Title: Poison Mushroom
Cost:

0 coins

Quantity:

x2

Play:

Play before your first invasion.

Description:

Roll a 6-sided die. If you roll a 3 or higher, select an opponent. That opponent must destroy any 3 of his fanboys. If you roll a 2 or lower, destroy 3 of your own.

Notes

At the far end of the Mushroom spectrum (where Bowser probably spends his time,) we have the Poison Mushroom, which is a deceptive and malevolent little fungus. The Poison Mushroom is the Russian Roulette of War of the Fanboys. Itís free to use, but it could easily backfire on an unsuspecting player. Just remember: poison takes no sides; it has no allegiances.

The first artwork shows the Poison Mushroom as it appears in Super Mario Bros 2: The Lost Levels, from the combo game, Super Mario All-Stars. All-Stars was a SNES game that included the three NES Mario games that were released in America, along with the unreleased sequel from Japan, all with graphical updates. The second card features Super Mario 3D Land from the Nintendo 3DS, where Nintendo again revolutionized 3D gaming.




Images depict copyrighted material and are
owned by the copyright holder, likely
Nintendo or its affiliates, unless otherwise
stated. It is believed that its use here falls under
fair use guidelines.

Previous Versions

Poison Mushroom has not evolved over the years. The only thing to point out is the artwork, which is found on what appear to be officially licensed t-shirts and other merchandise. If you want to order one, you can find it on Amazon.

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Doughboy

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Posted: 2016-12-15 06:46:37
I discovered the work of Domingos Totora some six years ago while travelling through South America doing research for my independent lifestyle concept shop be0;8ermonds2y 167″ 167 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UW. I opened the store in July 2007 with a good representation of this artists works amongst others, we continue to sell his work to the person with an eye !