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Submitted by Pozzle 444d ago | opinion piece

Mario’s 10 Most Important Jobs

BT writes: "Ever since his debut in Donkey Kong all the way back in 1981, Mario has maintained his position as one of the most iconic characters in all of gaming. Despite his official job description as a plumber, Mario has had a rather successful career over the course of his 32 years in the industry, playing the hero for his princess on innumerable occasions. However, as one would expect from someone with such a long and storied career, Mario has had numerous jobs outside of his plumbing roots. To describe the varied life of one of the Mushroom Kingdom’s most famous names, I’ll be stepping through the 10 most important jobs that Mario has held throughout his many years, besides the obvious inclusion of being a plumber, in an attempt to tell the story of a small-time Italian plumber who hit it big. Without further ado, let’s get started." (Culture, Super Mario Bros.)

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