Those dastardly Rabbids are back in a mash-up with Nintendo characters in the latest iteration of Mario + Rabbids. Unlike Kingdom Battle, which was set in a cursed version of the Mushroom Kingdom, Sparks Of Hope sees the wacky Rabbid Mario and friends rocket off into the universe, visiting different planets and encountering new characters along the way. Some of those very characters are the Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope Wardens, but what are they?
Whether your favorite Nintendo Rabbids character is Princess Peach with her selfie-loving antics or Luigi with his extra buffoonish behavior, the gang will be among the stars, landing on planets and meeting everyone from the worst of villains to new friends who Mario and company will need to help to progress.
Below, we’re going to explain everything we know about the Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope Wardens and the role they play in the newest Ubisoft and Nintendo crossover game.
Mario+ Rabbids Sparks Of Hope Wardens – everything we know
The Wardens we currently know about in Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope are:
- Capt. Orion
Wardens are Rabbid characters that rule a planet. The Wardens, however, have lost their way and will require the help of Mario and friends to sort out problems happening on their planet and restore peace. The Wardens are designed to be funny, unique, and weird. This is according to a video posted on YouTube by Ubisoft.
In the video, we find out that one of the Wardens is called Capt. Orion. Orion appears to be a walrus Warden who wears a military uniform. His name is likely a hint at Orion’s Belt, which is a constellation in the Milky Way Galaxy of the universe.
Augie is another Warden shown in the video and has long carpet-like hair.
That’s all we know about the new Warden characters right now, but we’ll update this guide with a full list of the wardens and more information about what each of them does as soon as we know more.
In the meantime, why not find out what we know about the Mario + Rabbids Sparks Of Hope planets? It is a Ubisoft game set in space, after all.