Goombella Lewds Unearthed by Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Remake
By Yung Namahage • 4 weeks ago

2004's Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, released only on Gamecube, recently had a remake that hit the Switch, bringing the RPG to a bigger audience than ever before. In addition to the game's original content, the remake has new quality of life updates, new mehanics, new characters and new boss fights. But there's one character in particular that's gotten pretty popular since the remake dropped, and she was present in the original.

Goombella is a female goomba (natch), and is also an archeology student who, unlike most goombas, actually likes Mario and even joins his party to help him find all the Crystal Stars and rescue Peach again. She also, like, totally speaks like a valley girl in English language version of the game, but this was before snowflake gamers spent their time getting mad at localizers online over stupid things like that.

Despite looking like what people in the UK refer to as a bell-end (look it up), Goombella's flirty personality and general helpfulness have earned her a following, which increased ever since the remake was released. Of course, that means 2 things: there's a lot of fanart of her, and a lot of that fanart is R34.

Despite only ever appearing as a cameo outside of TTYD, Goombella has a dedicated following for such a minor character. Now that the remake has cemented her popularity, maybe Nintendo will finally notice and give her proper appearance in another game. So long as they don't see these lewds, of course.

What do you think of Goombella? Have you played the Switch remake of The Thousand-Year Door? Let us know below!