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Cappy Players Can Kill Mario Players in Super Mario Odyssey Multiplayer

Mario has been betrayed by his own hat. This Super Mario Odyssey glitch lets you kill Mario in the game's co-op mode which lets the player capture a Piranha Plant and then lets them kill Mario.

This Super Mario Odyssey glitch was spotted by Twitter user DefinitivNichtSacha, who also posted video proof of the glitch that also details how to trigger the glitch.

With the plant gone, there's no more Mario.

With the plant dead, Mario disappears from the screen, leaving only a floating Cappy on the screen. Players will then have to restart at a checkpoint flag to respawn Mario.

This isn't the only dark secret that Cappy might be hiding, however, with early fan-theories surrounding Super Mario Odyssey's new "capture" ability suggested that Mario might be possessed by the hat as well. Another theory suggests that Mario might be a bad guy that uses his ability to possess human beings and influence their actions in the streets of New Donk City. With the recent release of Super Mario Odyssey for the Nintendo Switch on October 27, TheDominoKing chose to craft a domino tribute to the 3D game - and after two months of continuous work, the results pretty much speak for themselves.



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