Alright, there's a lot of issues here.
I'll break 'em down.
More people would prefer Paper Mario do that. It's as much a problem as it is a plus.
It's also completely unnecessary. The Mario series has gone forward without this character, and doesn't really need him in it.
Also, you can't say "He's super popular!" one minute, and then the next say "He needs to return to keep his fanbase alive!". Either he's popular or he needs advertising to get fans back. You can't have it both ways.
False. His fanbase is much smaller now than it was before Brawl. You are literally the only person I know of who still insists that he's as big as ever. Even Kite mentioned that its smaller.
As mentioned in the previous one, you contradicted yourself here.
These are basically the same point. You're just trying to pad out the list here.
You already said this a few points ago. "He's still popular!" and "He's popular enough for Smash!" are the same thing.
I think it's clear with this one that you actually had to read through Kite's post to find pluses for Geno because you couldn't think of enough on your own.
This is an assumption. Square is just as likely to say "Hey, instead of Geno, why not use a Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest character?"
In fact, considering that Square themselves didn't want to use Geno in the Mario games they've made in recent years, it's highly likely that they'd do this.
"He'd get an amiibo!" is not a point.
That first one is an opinion (And you Geno fanboys sure love to point out opinions!), and thus is not evidence.
The second isn't even a valid point. It's just another case of you trying desperately to jot down perceived advantages to try and make the green list bigger. It's not even a "huge adventure", anyway. It's a spinoff.
Not a valid point. Lucas, Marth, and Roy all made it in before Geno despite their games being exclusive to Japan.
So, here's your list with the opinions, repeats, and particularly major non-points removed:
Oh, lookie what happened.
The negatives outweigh the positives.....