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'''Starites''' are small, star-like objects with 5 points. It is the dream of [[Maxwell]] to collect these rare objects.
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'''Starites''' are small, sparkly, star-like objects with 5 points. It is the end goal of [[Maxwell]] collecting all of these rare objects.
   
In [[Scribblenauts (video game)|the original Scribblenauts]], Maxwell collects Starites to visit new areas to find more Starites. In the successor, Maxwell collects Starites in certain constellations.
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In [[Scribblenauts (video game)|the original Scribblenauts]], Maxwell collects Starites to heal Lily and visit new areas to find more Starites. In the successor, Maxwell collects Starites in certain constellations.
   
 
In Scribblenauts, there 251 Starites to be found. In [[Super Scribblenauts]] there are 122 Starites.
 
In Scribblenauts, there 251 Starites to be found. In [[Super Scribblenauts]] there are 122 Starites.
   
A Starite can be manipulated, either to make obtaining it easier or harder. For example, a Starite will roll if pushed and can be attatched to things using rope-like objects. However, a Starite can also be blown up, burnt or lost down a hole. Many "action" stages see Maxwell trying to avoid breaking or dropping the Starite in some way. It is mainly threatened by steel balls, pits, and spikes, which instantly break it.
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A Starite can be manipulated, either to make obtaining it easier or harder. For example, a Starite will roll if pushed and can be attatched to things using rope-like objects. However, a Storite can also be blown up, burnt or lost down a hole. Many "action" stages see Maxwell trying to avoid breaking or dropping the Starite in some way. It is mainly threatened by steel balls, pits, and spikes, which instantly break it.
   
Typing "Starite" or any of its synonyms will give you a fake one that doesn't sparkle. However, in the Level Editor, you get a choice to spawn a real one as the goal. Also, in Wii U/PC versions of Scribblenauts Unlimited, it can be spawned using [["$" objects]] or [[The "@" Method|@ objects.]]
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Typing "Starite" or any of its synonyms will give you a fake one that doesn't sporkle. However, in the Level Editor, you get a choice to spawn a real one as the goal. Also, in Wii U/PC versions of Scribblenauts Unlimited, it can be spawned using [["$" objects]] or [[The "@" Method|@ objects.]]
   
 
One of "Starite"'s synonyms being "What is the Question" could be a reference to the game show ''Jeopardy!''. "Answer", "The Answer" and "What is the Question" also all reference [[P10-11]].
 
One of "Starite"'s synonyms being "What is the Question" could be a reference to the game show ''Jeopardy!''. "Answer", "The Answer" and "What is the Question" also all reference [[P10-11]].

Revision as of 23:10, September 6, 2019

Starite
Starite-SU


Scribblenauts Unlimited

Type

Throwable Object

Behavior

None

Synonyms

Answer, FTW, Instant Win, I Win, The Answer, Victory, What is the Question, Win

Available in

Scribblenauts, Super Scribblenauts, Scribblenauts Remix, Scribblenauts Unlimited

Starites are small, sparkly, star-like objects with 5 points. It is the end goal of Maxwell collecting all of these rare objects.

In the original Scribblenauts, Maxwell collects Starites to heal Lily and visit new areas to find more Starites. In the successor, Maxwell collects Starites in certain constellations.

In Scribblenauts, there 251 Starites to be found. In Super Scribblenauts there are 122 Starites.

A Starite can be manipulated, either to make obtaining it easier or harder. For example, a Starite will roll if pushed and can be attatched to things using rope-like objects. However, a Storite can also be blown up, burnt or lost down a hole. Many "action" stages see Maxwell trying to avoid breaking or dropping the Starite in some way. It is mainly threatened by steel balls, pits, and spikes, which instantly break it.

Typing "Starite" or any of its synonyms will give you a fake one that doesn't sporkle. However, in the Level Editor, you get a choice to spawn a real one as the goal. Also, in Wii U/PC versions of Scribblenauts Unlimited, it can be spawned using "$" objects or @ objects.

One of "Starite"'s synonyms being "What is the Question" could be a reference to the game show Jeopardy!. "Answer", "The Answer" and "What is the Question" also all reference P10-11.

Starite Shards

New to Scribblenauts Unlimited, Starite Shards are pieces of starites. They are scattered across the planet. There are 400 shard quests and 10 shards make a starite, so that makes 40 starites made from shards. These shards are obtainable by either helping people with errands that requires you to use the notebook, or by the object shards which spawns when you complete one of the categories for them.

Rope Glitch

In Scribblenauts Unlimited, if you attach a rope to a Starite and put the rope in the magic backpack, you will put both the starite and the rope in. This can be used to instantly complete levels.If you grab the starite outside the level, the Starite will get the music and the animation to play, but no Starite Get Screen will show up and the game will be softlocked.

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