Shy Guy Plush Toy
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Shy Guys (alternatively formatted as Shyguys, Shy-Guys or ShyGuys) are timid troublemakers and common enemies in the Mario and Yoshi series. They are recognizable by their masks, which they wear due to their shyness. Shy Guy Plush Toy They made their first appearance in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic, a non-Mario game; they were later carried over to the Mario universe when Super Mario Bros. 2 was created. Shy Guys are common in spinoff games but are rare in the Super Mario series. They are voiced by Treehouse member Nate Bihldorff. Shy Guy Plush Toy star wars bobble head
Shyguys make their first Mario game appearance in Super Mario Bros. 2, although the Shyguys’ real first appearance is in Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic. In this game, Shyguys, along with the other 8 bits, help Wart conquer Subcon. Shyguys are the most common enemies that the four heroes meet. They attack Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Princess Toadstool by walking in their general direction. They can be easily disposed by being picked up and thrown against another enemy or into a nearby pit. They can also be defeated by having an object thrown at them. Shy Guy Plush Toy
Red Shyguys walk off ledges while pink ones do not, striking a resemblance to green and red Koopa Troopas respectively, although the primary difference is that red Shyguys turn in the direction of the player after landing. Red ones are also known to ride Autobombs and Ostros and often appear out of jars. Pink ones became blue in the remakes of Super Mario Bros. 2. The Super Mario Advance remake introduces Giant Shy Guys. It takes time to pick them up because of their size. If the player picks up a Giant Shy Guy and throws it to the ground, or defeats it, it drops a Heart. Shy Guy Plush Toy
Actual Shy Guys are not seen in Super Mario Maker, but one of the unlockable costumes for the Mystery Mushroom is that of a Shy Guy in its Super Mario Bros. 2 appearance. This costume is unlocked at random if the player completes the 100 Mario Challenge on any difficulty, and after getting unlocked, the costume can only be used on Mario in Super Mario Bros. style. Sound effects are also reused from Super Mario Bros. 2 and some spin-off games. Shy Guy Plush Toy mario bowser figure