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Mario Kart Tour: How to Get Pauline

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Mario Kart Tour: How to Get Pauline

Mario Kart Tour is the latest mobile app to come courtesy of Nintendo and its development partners. Bringing the iconic kart-racing action to mobile devices, Mario Kart Tour has plenty of microtransactions and unlockables for players to get. A bunch of fringe characters have made their way to the roster, too, and players may be wondering what they need to do to get Pauline in Mario Kart Tour.

Unlocking Pauline in Mario Kart Tour

Unlocking Pauline can be done in one of two different ways. First off, you can hope that she pops up in the game’s Store. She’ll cost you 800 coins to purchase.

When you first start out in the game, you’ll only have three slots in the store that will rotate their stock every 24 hours. Leveling up your player level will unlock more slots, meaning more items will appear in the store each day.

The other way to get Pauline in Mario Kart Tour is to cross your fingers and give the Warp Pipe a try. The Warp Pipe will randomly spit out either a new character, glider, or kart, but you’ll need to hand over real-life cash in order to use it.

To use the Warp Pipe, you’ll want to complete your first race, and then select the ‘Menu’ option at the bottom of the screen. Next, choose the pipe to either fire one item for five Rubies, or 10 items for 45 Rubies.

According to circulating rarity and drop rates for cosmetics items from the Pipe, Pauline is a high-end item, which grants her a 1% drop rate. Better hope you’re lucky.

What Pauline’s Special Item Is

Each character in the game has their own unique power-up item that they can get from grabbing the item boxes on the track. Pauline’s special item is Lucky Seven, which surrounds her kart with seven different items. Tap once on your screen and you’ll use them all.

That’s everything you need to know on how to get Pauline in Mario Kart Tour. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out more of our guides below, or search for Twinfinite.

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