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Bowser is a classic major character in the SMG4 series. He served as one of the two main antagonists (alongside SMG3) of the earlier seasons, until he became a recurring character in the later seasons.
He is a fat dragon-like Koopa King, the leader of the Koopa Troop army, and the neglectful father of Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings. He constantly aims to kidnap Princess Peach due to an obsession with her, and sometimes tries to rule over the Mushroom Kingdom in the earlier seasons. However, Peach sometimes prefers to be kidnaped rather than dealing with chaos caused by other characters. As the series went on, he developed a love-hate relationship with Mario and the others, often joining them in their adventures, but still sometimes appears in antagonistic roles.
In more recent videos, Bowser is much less evil and behaves similar to (but not in the same extent) Mario and is obsessed with swag.
He once hosted a tech channel, but he eventually got bored with it and decided to make it a tech destruction channel instead, which resulted in it being banned by YouTube.
He was one of the many people infected by the T-Pose Virus that Waluigi created, who was later reverted to normal.
In the earlier episodes, Bowser was similar to his canon counterpart, persistently and repeatedly kidnapping Peach as well as opposing Mario. However, as the blooper series went on, Bowser began to like Mario, and much of his personality appears to influence Bowser, making him act in a rather silly and quite retarded way. While still trying to kidnap and/or win Peach’s heart, his motivations became much more silly and friendly around most other people, as he’s shown to get along with most people in Peach's Castle.
Like his canon counterpart, he is shown to care for his son Bowser Jr. His New Years' Resolution was to try to be a better father for him. However, he isn’t very good at taking care of his son, as shown when he destroyed the gaming system in rage and neglected Jr. over a bouncy house in SMG4: Stupid Mario World.
As in Nintendo canon, Bowser can breathe fire. He is also apparently a good racer, as he was able to outlast most of the other racers in Stupid Mario Kart. However, he was eventually killed alongside Mario when Fishy Boopkins spread banana peels across the track and his kart fell on top of him, and later by Link when he blew him into a pit of lava.
Oddly, his player character in Mushroom and Morons was a medic.
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Kidnapping: He has kidnapped Princess Peach countless times. He was also accused of kidnapping children, but he was innocent.
Child abuse and neglect: Bowser has stated various times that he neglects his children, and in SMG4: Bowser Loses Custody Of His Children, he lost custody of them and had to take parenting classes to regain custody.
Various offenses: In SM64: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ 7 (TOAST edition), a policeman lists numerous crimes Bowser is being charged for, which include: 18 cases of vehicular manslaughter, 9 charges of illegal destruction of (inaudiable noises), possesion of military explosives, and lastly, speeding in a school zone and running over students in the process, and in SSENMODNAR DELUXE - 1 MILLION SUB SPECIAL, a judge lists more offenses, which include murder, destruction, pillaging, and littering.
He is the longest-serving major character in the series, after Luigi's promotion into the main cast with Mario and SMG4 in Season 10.
He can successfully copy Peach and Mario's voice.
He hates SMG3 unless it happens that he lives with him.
He's rarely the actual antagonist in bloopers, contrary to his true nature in Super Mario 64 and the Mario series in general. One notable exception is in Super Mario Interactive.
He is somehow able to fly without using his Koopa Copter.
The Adventures of Mario and Luigi mini-series is probably Bowser's biggest role as an antagonist with Bowser's appearance not being until the end of Ep. 2 after the defeat of his son, Bowser Jr., and the downfall of his airship as the "surprise" main antagonist after he takes over Peach's Castle to proclaim it as the new Bowser's Castle.