Meggy is an Inkling character from SuperMarioGlitchy4's series of bloopers. She first appeared in If Mario Was In... Splatoon, after Mario freed her from a can of paint in Peach's castle. Later, she dragged him into Inkopolis, where Mario joined her team to participate in the Turf War.
Following that, Meggy has appeared in many episodes and now often resides in the Mushroom Kingdom hanging out with Mario, SMG4 and Co., and has thus become a recurring major protagonist in recent bloopers.
Meggy is a female Inkling who hails from Inkopolis. She is an active competitor in local Turf War battles and dreams of becoming a successful athlete. As such, she refers to herself as an "upcoming star." For that, she tries too hard and gets into lots of fiascoes when trying to be too competitive.
Prior to her first appearance (If Mario Was In... Splatoon), Meggy was captured by an unknown adversary (possibly Toadsworth) and trapped in a can of paint in the basement of Peach's Castle until Mario freed her. Afterwards, she returns home to Inkopolis, dragging Mario with her down a nearby drain. Upon returning, Meggy attacks Mario, believing that he was the one who trapped her in the can. She then quickly runs off to train.
Mario eventually runs into Meggy again when he sees her walk down an alleyway. After watching her team, the Splats Squad, during their training, he asks if he can join them, only for Meggy to turn him down due to his lack of experience and their lack of an opening on their team. However, Meggy is eventually forced to let Mario in after his attempts to impress her leave one of her teammates injured.
While Mario still proves to be inexperienced, he starts to show more commitment to practicing after seeing how serious Meggy is towards winning the Turf War. As such, the two slowly bond as they work together during the rest of the session.
The next day, the Turf War begins, and Mario and Meggy both work to best their competition. While Mario still struggles with following Meggy's lead, he manages to come around once he starts to use his own skill set to help the team. Even so, the Splats Squad still manages to lose, leaving Meggy distraught. Nevertheless, Mario manages to comfort her with his simple-minded humor, and she resolves to keep working to get better. The two eventually part ways as Mario heads home, with Meggy now considering him her friend.
Meggy eventually reappears in The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE as one of the many competitors that go through Mario's tower. She proves to be extremely skilled in most of the challenges (particularly the Slope, the Bullseye, and the Gauntlet), even making it all the way to the semi-finals. However, she ultimately loses the competition to Shroomy.
She appears once more in SMG4: War of the Fat Italians 2017. Meggy serves as one of the challenges for SMG4 and Mario in a one-on-one shootout, where either one must land a hit on her in order to win. However, this proves to be difficult as her attacks frequently overwhelm them. SMG4 loses the match when he lunges out at Meggy, only to get hit by an oncoming train. Mario attempts to fake her out by pretending to surrender then shooting at her when she's not looking. However, Meggy doesn't fall for it and dodges his attack. She then shoots him, making Mario lose the match as well.
Meggy later participates in the rap battle, siding with Mario and Fishy Boopkins, while also displaying her skill at singing.
In Mario and the T-Pose Virus, Meggy appears playing a card game with Fishy Boopkins and Bob when Mario and Luigi (being chased by T-Pose Zombies) break into the room. Meggy attempts to fight them off, but soon joins their ranks. Like all the others affected, she is returned back to normal.
In SMG4: The Mario Carnival, Meggy appears as one of the people in Bob's carnival. When Mario struggles with the Duck Hunt game while trying to get 100,000 tickets for the Eggman Football (and after Mario shoots Bob for making fun of his aiming skills), he encounters Meggy and asks her to help. She accepts, and she shoots the targets with perfect accuracy, scoring Mario a lot of tickets. However, SMG4 arrives with Tari, causing Meggy and Tari to meet for the first time. Meggy tells Tari to show her what she can do, and SMG4 orders Bob to raise the difficulty. Tari proves to be even more of a challenge.
Meggy, not willing to lose, orders Bob to activate her gun, and when Bob asks for the money, she angrily repeats the order, and Bob obliges. Meggy and Tari shoot the targets with the same accuracy, while at the same time scoring Mario and SMG4 even more tickets (thus causing Mario and SMG4 to say "Yeah, boiiiiiiii" in unison). Bob panics, saying that at this rate, they will clean him out of his tickets, but Bob proclaims to have a little trick up his sleeve. As a last resort, Bob flips a switch to activate "POWER DRIVE" difficulty, which causes the targets to move at such a fast speed to cause Meggy and Tari to have difficulty keeping up.
The speed of the targets forces Tari to activate Expert Mode, causing her to shoot all of the targets without fail, shocking Mario, SMG4, and Meggy. After Tari ends up scoring infinity points, Meggy is at first distraught at being defeated, but is amazed by Tari's skills and begs her to teach her, causing Tari to reveal she is a cyborg. Meggy then carries Tari off to get started on practice while Mario and SMG4 go to be the first to claim the Eggman Football for themselves.
But it turned out the Eggman Football Mario and SMG4 wanted to get was actually 100,000,000 tickets instead of 100,000. Bob offers Mario and SMG4 a plastic toy comb, but Mario and SMG4 start to cry. However, Meggy and Tari come back with a lot more tickets. SMG4 asks if the tickets were for them, and Meggy agrees to give the tickets as long as SMG4 shares the prize. With the Eggman Football at long last obtained, Mario and SMG4 happily leave the carnival, with Meggy following.
In SMG4: The Mario Convention!, Meggy appears alongside Tari on Glitchcon 2018, bored with all the pop culture on the convention. Later, she tries to teach Tari how to aim and throw a basketball correctly, but gets hit on the face by the ball on the process. When Tari wanted to get Hideo Kojima's autograph she tried to bring him over Tari so she could meet him.
But after a bit of a “fight” with Mario to get Kojima, she realized Kojima had a T-Pose mushroom and was planning to turn Mario into a T-POSs zombie. She pushed him out of the way before the Shroom exploded, sacrificing herself for Mario's safety, ending up as Patient 0 of the 2nd outbreak of T-pose zombies and becoming a T-Pose Zombie once again. Later, when Tari emerged from the bargain bin, she found, to her horror, Meggy among Waluigi’s T-posing zombie army alongside Luigi and Bowser.
In SMG4: War Of The Fat Italians 2018, Mario and SMG4 are challenged to scare her. Mario uses several different techniques, but fails and is thrown into a trash can. SMG4 simply has Fishy Boopkins spend time with Meggy and wins. She is returned to normal after SMG4 and Tari destroy Waluigi's staff. During the rap, she kicks a mind controlled Bob and tells Waluigi his tyranny is coming to an end.
Meggy is an Inkling girl with long orange tentacles, orange ink color, light skin, and pink eyes. Unlike other Inklings, she usually wears three pieces of head equipment as opposed to only one. They are the Studio Headphones, Pilot Goggles and the Short Beanie. The rest of her gear set contains the Zink Layered LS and the Octoling Boots. The Studio Headphones is the only gear piece that appear to be retained throughout her other appearances where she wears different gear sets, although it has been removed once in War of the Fat Italians 2018 because of Mario. She usually uses the Splattershot as her weapon of choice.
In SMG4: Wild, Wild Mario, Meggy's Short Beanie is replaced by a typical cowboy hat, something that is not found in both Splatoon and Splatoon 2.
In SMG4: The Movie Audition, Meggy wears four pieces of headgear. In addition to her usual three, she also wears the Tinted Shades but colored black. She does not wear any clothing gear. Instead, she wears a simple black shirt.
In SMG4: Mario University and SMG4: The Mario Hustle, Meggy wears four pieces of headgear again. However, this time, she also wears the Black Arrowbands. The rest of her outfit consists of the School Uniform.
In SMG4: The Mario Mafia, Meggy's Pilot Goggles are absent while her Short Beanie is replaced by the Special Forces Beret. However, unlike in Splatoon, where its color is always set to match the Inkling's ink color, it appears as pink instead of orange. Her clothing is the Black Inky Rider. She has the same headgear set in SMG4: Final Fantasy Mario while her clothing is the Blue Sailor Suit and the skirt from the School Uniform.
In SMG4: Mario and... The Well, Meggy wears a firefighter hat with safety goggles while retaining her Studio Headphones. Her clothing is the Hero Jacket Replica from the original Splatoon and her shoes are brown-colored Angry Rain Boots.
In SMG4: Mad Mario and SMG4: Mario and The Diss Track, Meggy's Studio Headphones have small horns. Her clothing is the Neo Octoling Armor and her shoes are the Moto Boots. Whenever she rides a motorcycle In SMG4: Mad Mario, she also wears a fourth headgear, which is the Skull Bandana.
Meggy is frequently displayed as a tomboy who enjoys playing sports and competing in multiple challenges, her main sport of interest being Turf Wars. She can be very competitive and will usually take whatever challenge that is thrown at her. The most notable instance of this is in The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE, as Meggy is one of the few contestants who cares more about the value of winning rather than the prize that Mario promises.
Meggy also has a very smug sense of humor, as she frequently throws snide remarks and taunting gestures at her opponents. Particular examples include telling Mario that she mistook him for a big red target when she accidentally shot him and when she sticks her tongue out at Bowser during Mario's Challenge after rebounding from his attempts to sabotage the Gauntlet. Meggy also seems to enjoy jokes based on stupidity, as she occasionally finds Mario's idiotic actions and phrases to be funny.
However, Meggy also has a bit of a sensitive side, as she hates losing and is hard on herself when her best efforts fail or don't prove to be good enough. Even so, she is able to rebound and regain her confidence fairly quickly, which she seemed to learn from Mario's confusing but well-intentioned advice.
Meggy is almost never portrayed negatively, however it has been demonstrated multiple times that in certain levels that she is a narcissist. Such as her aforementioned smug sense of humor: she temps to taunts her opponents when she feels like she wins against them. Overall, she likes showing off her abilities while being completely aware that she is smarter, skilled, and talented than everyone else around her. On the other hand, she becomes extremely sad and upset he loses against her opponents, and when she feels insulted, she tends takes those comments unnecessarily seriously. This does not mean however, she doesn't care about others she just has a bit of an ego.
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