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This article contains spoilers relating to this character and their source material.
Mona is one of the main characters from the WarioWare franchise. She is a human girl who has orange hair, wears a red shirt and some special working costumes.
WarioWare, inc.: Mega Microgame$!
Mona is worried she'll be late for her job at a gelato store, so she rushes to the store on her motor scooter. Unfortunately, this attracts the attention of the police, who begin to chase her. However, Mona activates some "devices" that get the cops off her tail, the last of which is a monkey that throws banana peels. The Microgame Mix involves the crossfire screen the monkey uses to aim at the police cars. After the stage, Mona makes it to the store and punches in on time. The rest of the WarioWare characters gather at the gelato store once their stages are completed.
WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!
There's not much to say about Mona in MPG, apart from the fact she's a playable character in Multiplayer. Speaking of Multiplayer, Mona has her own stage in Multiplayer, called "Listen To The Doctor".
Instructions On "Listen To The Doctor"
Basically, when the game is started, your characters will be sitting, waiting for the doctor to call you. Once you or someone else in your party is called, the Doctor will say a order such as "While admiring (someone in your party)..." or "While sitting like a girl..." And then a microgame will popup, and you have to do the said action the doctor said while playing the microgame.
Once the microgame is finished, if you Win it or Fail it, the doctor will show completeness or failure. He will then ask "Did that player listen to the doctor?" It turns back to everyone else. And a text that says "If so, clap!". To clap, you must press A. The claps represent the result you did on the microgame, or the order the doctor told you do to was completed. The person with the most claps & the most microgames completed for the following player wins.
A customer orders three Mona Specials from Mona Pizza. On her way to the customer's home, the crew of her neighboring rival Pizza Dinosaur tries to catch up behind her, but Mona speeds up.
When a live dinosaur rides on one of the PD crew members, Mona calls Pizza Joe for help. Joe immediately sends Elephant, Pig, and Chimp. Elephant knocks the first PD crew member and his dinosaur with a ball. Then the second PD crew member comes with a huge robotic dinosaur vehicle to ride on. Elephant has no success knocking the robotic dinosaur with a ball. Pig puts on his scanning goggles.
While the customer waits for their pizza to arrive they instead watch Sal Out sing Mona Pizza live on stage.
She wears a yellow tank top, a blue and yellow baseball cap, blue skirt and on bare leg wears yellow socks, and blue rollerskates.
Pig has no sucess either. Chimps throws a banana peel on the road, causing the dinosaur to slip and fall. Mona successfully delivers the pizza to the customer.
Mona's song turns out to be on top. This catches the attention of Vanessa, a famous singer (the great pop queen) who was the number one hit previously. Infuriated, Vanessa sets out and chases Mona and her friends on the way to the Hawt House. Mona's friends retaliate, and try to shoot down the ship. This leads to the Microgame Mix, involving an aiming screen similar to the one in Mega Microgames. After the microgames are beaten, the ship is downed, and Mona makes to the Hawt House and performs. Soon, however, she realizes she has to deliver pizzas. When she heads out, Vanessa shows up disguised as her, but is instantly recognized as an imposter and the people get furious at her as she whines and complains. After that, Mona, her friends, and even Vanessa are seen jamming with the others.
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
Mona is shown as the lead of a cheerleader squad, in which all the cheerleaders are identical except for her. A football player, watching from the sidelines, develops a crush on her. Later, a football game is going on, and the football player tries to focus on the game. After the Microgame mix, the football player knocks over the rivaling team and makes a winning score. Later, he tries to confess his love to Mona, but she leaves quickly and another cheerleader walks in. She also appears in Young Cricket‘s stage, as she runs the restaurant.
In this DSiWare game, Mona runs one of the roller coasters. At the end of the stage, the player is shown in wacky photos involving captures of their poses during the microgames and added cartoon objects. (i.e. In one microgame where the player must try on a hat, they are shown afterwards wearing a hat in one of the photos.)
During her stage in DIY, Mona is an explorer looking for lost treasure (See the picture at the top of the page). She finds some ancient ruins and enters. During Breaktime, she advertises a treasure she found. When the screen is tapped, a "SOLD" sign will appear, and Mona will thank you for your purchase.
Mona's stage in Game & Wario is Shutter. Mona holds a camera in a detective outfit.
In WarioWare Gold, Mona sees herself trying to find the perfect dress for a party she will be throwing later on.
WarioWare: Get It Together!
WarioWare: Move It!
Why She's Mona
- Her designs are very impressive, cute, beautiful and attractive as she has a lot of clothes to do some big works. Her original design is a red crop top (that resembles a bra) and a skirt, and it makes her look very cute and attractive.
- Unlike characters such as Miss Rabbit from Peppa Pig, her works are better than the works of the mentioned rabbit character.
- Her voice sounds impressive in WarioWare Gold and WarioWare: Get It Together.
- Her song called "Mona Pizza" is such a catchy song in most of the WarioWare games in the franchise.
- In Game & Wario, her abilities to take photos work very incredible as she does a lot of good works.
- Her face can look very impressive as if it was a better version of Farfour's face.
- Very Incredible Behaviour: In WarioWare Gold, her abilities to wear everything look awesome.
- Mona's minigames are pretty fun for the most part.
- She is very nice, and cares about her friends.
- A concept of a character who has lots of jobs (despite being done in previous media), is a very intresting concept, especially by Mario's standards.
- Sometimes, her clothes can be repetitive at times in other WarioWare games.
- And not to mention that her works are also repetitive.
- Her voice can also sound very annoying at times. It was toned down in Smooth Moves to Game & Wario and it was significantly toned down in Gold-onwards..
- Her personality can also be very repetitive at times, especially on Get It Together!.
- Similar to Ashley, Mona rarely sees her parents.