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Pretty Lucky
Pretty Lucky
Pretty Lucky as it appears in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
First game Paper Mario (2001)
Appears in Paper Mario (2001)
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004)
Effect Allows enemy attacks to miss
Found Merlow
Rogueport Sewers
Dazzle
Badge Points 3
2

Pretty Lucky is a badge appearing in both Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.

Appearances

Paper Mario

Pretty lucky badge
In Paper Mario, Pretty Lucky gives Mario the ability to be "lucky" in combat. Being "lucky" is when an enemy unexpectedly misses its attack. The word "lucky" flashes and Mario tips his hat in relief. This badge is primarily an upgraded version of the Close Call badge. There is only one copy of this badge in this game. This copy is found in Merluvlee's and Merlow's House at Shooting Star Summit and it is priced at five Star Pieces. This badge costs three Badge Points to wear. An upgraded form of the badge exists in the form of Lucky Day.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, Mario can get an unlimited amount of these badges in the game. With the help on Ms. Mowz, Mario can steal these badges from many enemies. This badge costs two Badge Points to wear in this game. This badge does not work on Mario's partners so he will have to get the Pretty Lucky P badge to protect his party. Later on in the game, Mario can venture off into the Rogueport Sewers and find this badge in an invisible block on the deepest areas which has the Pretty Lucky badge in it. Mario can also find this badge in Dazzle's inventory. She sells this badge for three Star Pieces rather than five in Paper Mario.

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