|Role||Sidekick, playable character|
|First Appearance||Paper Mario|
|Latest Appearance||Super Paper Mario (as a Catch Card and photograph)|
 Watt's Uses
- Lightens up dark rooms allowing you to find hidden boxes and items.
|Attack||Flower Points Needed||Effect||To Attack||Move Ranks|
|Electro Dash||None||Attacks one enemy, ignoring enemy's defense value.||Hold the A button to fill the gauge.||Initial|
|Power Shock||2||Paralyzes single enemy.||Press A repeatedly||Initial|
|Turbo Charge||3||Temporarily boosts Mario's attack power.||Press A as the red stars light up.||Super Rank|
|Mega Shock||5||Paralyzes all enemies.||Repeatedly press A and B at the same time.||Ultra Rank|
 Other Information
- Watt was suppose to be in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, but she was removed for some reason.
- Her age is unconfirmed in the game, but you can tell she is young by her pacifier.
- Watt has a mother who is unseen and unnamed in the game. Watt speaks of her mother sometimes in the game and even receives a letter from her from the Post Office.
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