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This page is about Mario Party Stats from the Mario Party collabs done by TheRunawayGuys.

Game by gameEdit

Game Winner Boards won  % boards
Mario Party Emile (DK) 5/8 62.5%
Mario Party 2 Jon (Mario) 4/6 66.6%
Mario Party 3 Tim (Yoshi) 3/6 50%
Mario Party 4 Jon (Waluigi) 5/6 83.3%
Mario Party 5 Jon (Waluigi) 5/7 71.4%
Mario Party 6 Jon (Waluigi) 4/6 66.6%
Mario Party 7 Emile (Toad)

2/6

33.3%
Mario Party 8 Jon (Waluigi) 4/6 66.6%

Boards wonEdit

not counting replayed boards

Wins per playerEdit

Rank Player Amount
1 Jon 27
2 Emile 13
3 Tim 10
4 AI 1

Wins per characterEdit

Rank Character Amount
1 Waluigi 21 (Jon)
2 Donkey Kong 10 (Emile)
3 Yoshi 10 (Tim)
4 Mario 7 (6 Jon & 1 AI)
5 Toad 3 (Emile)


Amount of AppearancesEdit

only appearances in main boards are counted, doesn't count replayed boards or duel boards

StarsEdit

Amount of Stars (with Bonus Stars)Edit

Amount of Stars (without Bonus Stars)Edit

Bonus StarsEdit

At the end of a board 3 bonus stars are awarded. These vary from game to game. When there is a tie between less than 4 players for a Bonus Star, then all the tied player get a Bonus Star (when everybody is tied for a Bonus Star nobody gets a star rewarded). From Mario Party 7 on there are multiple Bonus Stars to pull from, only the awarded stars are listed.

Player Mini-Game
Star
Orb Star Action
Star
Coin Star Shopping
Star
Red Star Running
Star
Candy Star Total
Jon 20 4 23 11 4 2 1 1 66
Emile 13 3 11 13 1 3 1 3 48
AI 11 1 12 5 1 2 1 0 33
Tim 3 2 13 4 0 2 3 1 28

TriviaEdit

  • Jon never got the Mini-Game Star in the first Mario Party, but has despite that the most Mini-Game Stars from anyone. One of them was a tie with Emile as part of a last-turn shocker that gave Jon his seventh straight main board victory..
  • Tim never won the Mini-Game Star until Rainbow Dream in Mario Party 5.
  • Every board where Tim got the Mini-Game Star was won by Tim except for Faire Square. They've all been since Mario Party 5.
  • Tim never won a Bonus Star in Mario Party 2.
  • Tim won the Coin Star 3 times in a row in Mario Party 4 starting from Boo's Haunted Bash.
  • Once there was a tie between all four characters for the Happening Star, it happened in Mario Party 4. The map was Boo's Haunted Bash, which has only one happening space to begin with.
  • The AI won the Mini-Game Star at Toy Dream in Mario Party 5. AI won the board.
    • The final score was AI 107, Emile 106. Cue Emile getting Karma for his Coin Star victory at Bowser's Magma Mountain by the score of 112 to 111 (over Wario, as Jon was Mario that time).
      • Even funnier, the AI was Mario, who had previously gotten SlimKirby by one coin for the Mini-Game Star, 179 to 178, in Mario Party 5. Slim lost at Sweet Dream.
  • Jon has the longest winning streak from anyone from TheRunawayGuys. Having an eight-board winning streak that went from Pirate Dream till Faire Square.
    • It would've ended at six had Jon not gotten a Happening Space on the last turn and winning the final mini-game to tie Emile in both Bonus Stars. Still would've beaten his previous best of five via winning every Mario Party 4 board except Bowser's Gnarly Party.
  • Emile's longest winning streak lasted 3 boards. It started in Bowser's Magma Mountain and stopped after Pirate Land.
  • Tim's longest winning streak lasted 3 boards too. Winning Deep Blooper Sea, Spiny Desert and Woody Woods in a row in Mario Party 3.
  • Mario Party 7 resulted in a 3-way tie between the guys, with each of them winning two boards. This is the first time there has been a tie for who won a Mario Party game. TheRunawayGuys declared everyone won, but because stats are used as a tiebreaker, Emile technically wins.
    • Jon would've won the tiebreaker had he gained one more Star as he had more Coins than Emile in the total stats.
  • Tim's victory in Mario Party 3 and Emile's victory in Mario Party 7 are the only games that have been won without winning over half of the boards.
    • Tim's victory was achieve with exactly 50% of the boards to his name
  • Jon has never been blanked in a Mario Party, the only person of the four to have at least one main board win in all seven games (Emile and Tim were blanked twice each, Tim in 2 and 4 (he stopped that streak with Snowflake Lake in 6) and Emile consecutively in 5 and 6 as Daisy; Toy Dream in 5 is the AI's lone win).
  • Tim is the only person to have been the same character for every Mario Party board, as Yoshi is playable in all of the games; Jon willingly switched to Waluigi for 3 (and after almost sweeping 4 has stuck to Waluigi since), while Emile went from Donkey Kong (who was pulled out of the playable roster for 5) to Daisy (thanks to Chuggaa's Lost Innocence), then to Toad after Daisy netted 0 main board wins between 5 and 6 (where even the AI outscored him).
    • Jon and Emile both fared relatively badly in their first game as Waluigi and Daisy respectively, then gave them a second chance. Jon went on to almost sweep 4 (Emile, in his last bout as DK, stopped it) whereas Emile got blanked again in 6; he then committed to the switch to Toad, which was delayed thanks to The Stream, and won overall by tiebreaker.
    • Tim has, however, played as Luigi in certain side modes, such as the Solo Cruise of Mario Party 7, due to MasaeAnela's profile already being assigned to Yoshi.
      • Side modes are also how the guys have played as both Wario and Peach, the other two of the Original Six who've mainly been the AI on the main boards. Wario had it in the first two Mario Parties, partly because of D'oh I Missed! being his losing quote of the two games, and Peach got it for Solo Mode in 6 because of AI-to-board imbalance (eight AI options once Yoshi, Waluigi, and Daisy were removed, but only six boards).
      • TRG Color may be why Tim prioritized Luigi for certain side modes like the case of Mario Party 7's Solo Cruise thanks to fellow Yoshi main Masae. He had twice been player 1 in non-Mario Party collabs because the games in question (two multi-player Legend of Zelda games, Tri-Force Heroes and Four Swords Adventure) have a green Player 1 character; lack of a blue player character in Kirby and the Amazing Mirror made Jon its Player 1 as it had a red player character for Emile.
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