“I hope she made lotsa spaghetti!”
Luigi is the younger brother and sidekick of Mario, and is one of the protagonists from a variety of Mario and non-Mario games, one of which being Hotel Mario, released on the Philips CD-I in 1994. The game has received negative feedback due to bad controls, gimmicky game mechanics and mediocre (not to mention cheesy) cutscenes, which are often being parodied on YouTube.
Luigi, along with Mario, is very popular in the YouTube Poop community. His most recognizable quotes are, "I hope she made lotsa spaghetti!" or "And you gotta help us!".
In the intro cutscene in Hotel Mario, while entering the Mushroom Kingdom Mario says to his brother: "Nice of the princess to invite us over for a picnic, eh, Luigi?". People noticed that the "eh, Luigi?" part sounds like "Gay Luigi". This nickname has clung to poor Luigi and everybody makes fun of him to this day.
In Achille12345's videos, Luigi's short-tempered and hates when people call him "Gay". He sometimes argued with his brother in the past, but they're cool now. He loves Spaghetti so much that it became one of his skills he uses in RPG battles.
He has a fair amount of Health Points (due to eating lots of spaghetti, probably), but can't hit as hard or take as many hits as Mario and most other significant characters. Compared to Mario, who specializes in dealing damage, Luigi tends to fill a Medic role, healing his teammates and boosting their abilities. One of his recurring abilities is Gay Kiss, which revives the target and maxes out both the target's and Luigi's hit points. Another ability of his is the aforementioned Spaghetti, which can boost a target's attack power by a substantial amount.
If Luigi concentrates his powerful energy for a long period of time and it clashes with that of Mario, he'll use a highly lethal and useful attack that can cover a large area and destroy Bowsers: the Anti-Bowser Beam.
- Main article: WeeGee
Luigi has an evil spirit living in his body named WeeGee. When WeeGee's conscious, Luigi can partially control its power and even use it to his advantage, but when Luigi gets really angry, the spirit takes over his body instead.