The name's Shroomy. Shroomy the Mushroom!

—Shroomy, The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE

Shroomy is a resident from the Luncheon Kingdom and a boy scout mushroom, serving as a major protagonist in the later seasons of the SMG4 series.

He first appeared in The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE. He appears at the end of the video, where he is the first one to enter the elevator, reach the roof and defeat Mario, being the winner of Mario's challenge. Since then, he has appeared in other videos such as SMG4: Mario The Boy Scout, as the highest achieving member of the boy scouts.

Since then, he's been appearing in many other adventures along with SMG4's Gang, to the point where he was the replacement for Toad


Usually, Shroomy is an optimistic and positive guy who speaks with a Southern accent and seems to enjoy crafting rocket launchers. Whenever he is about to fight someone, he always uses his trusty rocket launcher as self-defense. He also enjoys winning and mostly celebrates his victory by dancing. He very rarely gets angry or sad.

He is shown to be fond of Professor E. Gadd, who while technically not responsible for creating him, was responsible for turning him into a robot.

He is bad at insulting, as shown as he can only come up with a generic, half-hearted insult at Saiko Bichitaru before coming up with a more emotionally-triggering one.

He had a crush on Po (despite her being usually portrayed as being psychopathic); however he was incapable of confessing it to her, which shows him being shy and insecure.

It is shown in SMG4: Mario School Club that he takes hunting incredibly seriously and becomes incredibly hostile when doing so.



It can be assumed that even after being transformed into the Shroominator, he still has these abilities:

  • Crafting: Due to his years of experience as a Boy Scout, Shroomy is capable of crafting multiple objects within a matter of seconds. Such objects range from a rocket launcher to a camouflage tent to even a giant, wooden catapult.
  • Sharpshooting: Shroomy is a surprisingly skilled sharpshooter. In SMG4: Wild, Wild Mario, he displays an impressive level of accuracy with a slingshot and also lands five bulls-eyes in a row in a game of darts. This, however, leads a cowboy (who thought that Shroomy cheated) to threat Shroomy and start up a fight at the saloon. In SMG4: Mario School Club, it is shown that his sharpshooting surpasses even Meggy Spletzer's sharpshooting as he takes shooting and hunting more serious than her.

As Shroominator

Shroomy has shown these abilities after his transformation into the Shroominator:

  • Superhuman strength: He has defeated the Koopalings and Bowser Jr. easily (although whether by himself is debatable since he was under control by Tari at that time)
  • Vehicle transformation: When he was done finishing the Koopalings and Bowser Jr., he has transformed into a rocket to return back to Professor E. Gadd.
  • Flight: As shown in SMG4: The Melancholy of Fishy Boopkins, he can also fly in his regular cyborg form and at superhuman speeds too, as he took Fishy Boopkins around the world in a matter of seconds.
    • Supersonic Speed: He can also activate his own supersonic speed, which is even more faster than his usual flight speed.


  • Laser eye: From SMG4 Christmas 2018: The Most Important Thing, although Shroomy had returned to his original body, he still had some of his Shroominator powers within him, as he accidentally fired lasers from his eyes, causing a giant sign to fall down and crush Bowser.



The Mario Channel

War Of The Fat Italians

Stupid Mario





  • He is one of the best masters in Boy Scout camp considering he won many scout badges (300,679 to be exact).
  • In SMG4: Stupid Mario Odyssey 2, it is revealed that Shroomy originally hails from the Luncheon Kingdom. He also supposedly has family living there (depending on whether or not Mario ate them).
    • It is also revealed the reason he has part of his head bitten it was because of Mario biting it while eating the netizens. However, this makes no sense unless SMG4: Stupid Mario Odyssey 2 took place before The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE, which would mean Mario would have expected Shroomy to show up at the roof, thus creating a timeline continuity error.
  • Like Fishy Boopkins, he is one of the characters who has a voice actor instead of speaking in subtitles and audio clips.
    • However, instead of being voiced by Kevin like Fishy Boopkins, he is voiced by Luke Lerdwichagul. In most of the Hobo Amigos episodes, Luke intros the video in a high pitched voice that sounds uncannily like Shroomy.
  • Shroomy seems to be very good at darts, as seen in SMG4: Wild, Wild Mario.
  • He could be quite airheaded, as he eats the T-Pose Mushroom from Waluigi, without a second thought, as seen in SMG4: Mario And The T-Pose Virus.
    • He is also the first victim of the first T-Pose apocalypse.
  • A poll revealed that only 2% of fans voted for Shroomy as their favorite secondary character, the lowest number of 85,000 votes. (citation and poll link unavailable)
  • Ironically he does not mind eating mushrooms despite the fact that he is one himself.
  • In The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE, Nicolas Kaighen is credited as the creator of his model.
  • His robot alias, the Shroominator, is a parody of The Terminator.
  • He is the first character to undergo a physical change that lasts for more than one episode, from SMG4: War On Smash Bros Ultimate to SMG4 Christmas 2018: The Most Important Thing. However, he still has the ability to shoot lasers from his eyes.
    • The second character to undergo a physical change that lasts for more than one episodes is Meggy Spletzer, who was transformed into a human in SMG4: Final Hours and has remained that way since.
  • His voice was similar to Mickey Mouse from Disney franchise.
  • Ironically, despite being an animate mushroom, Shroomy differs from Toad in several ways, such as his optimistic personality.

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