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According to this website, in the section labeled "I'll trade you for that wand..." you get different dialogue from the king if you beat a Koopa Kid while wearing a Frog, Hammer, or Tanooki suit. What is this dialogue, and how it it different from the original text? Note: I haven't played Super Mario Bros. 3 before, and so I don't know what the king's dialogue normally is.

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The original text, if you beat the Koopa Kid with no suit on, says:

"Oh splendid, splendid! I am back to my old self again. Thank you so much. Here is a letter from the princess."

From this video.


Frog Suit:

If Mario or Luigi defeats a Koopaling while in Frog form, the restored king will say, "Oh me, oh my! You've been transformed! Shall I change you back with this wand?"

Also, here is a video of the special dialogue occurring with the frog suit.


Tanooki Suit:

In Super Mario Bros. 3, if Mario or Luigi defeats a Koopaling while wearing a Tanooki Suit, the restored king will say, "Thank you, kind raccoon. Please tell me your name."

Also, here is a video of the special dialogue occurring with the Tanooki suit.


Hammer suit:

“Hey you! How about lending me your clothes? No dice!? What a drag!” —Kings, Super Mario Bros. 3

Also, here is a video of the special dialogue occurring when Mario is wearing a hammer suit.

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    Good find, but this seems to only partially answer the question. The OP also asked how it differs from the original text May 22, 2019 at 15:51
  • @Wondercricket Haha, missed that because of the title. I added the other dialogue for the other two suits.
    – Nick S
    May 22, 2019 at 15:59

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