Paper Mario/Bestiary

BestiaryEdit

Enemy names in Bold Print are bosses.

Name Stats Location Goombario's Tattle
Amazy Dayzee HP: 20, Attack: 20, Defense: 1 Flower Fields This is an Amazy Dayzee. Amazy Dayzees are so rare that they're also called the Legendary Crazee Dayzees. These guys almost always flee at their first chance. It would be nice to beat one, but be careful! Their attacks pack a powerful punch!
Anti-Guy AKA Deadly Guy HP: 50, Attack: 10, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box
Bowser's Castle
This is an Anti Guy. His attacks are so intense that he's also called Deadly Guy. His attack power is 12 when he does an acrobatic attack, so dodge it! This guy is for real, so we'd better take him seriously.
Bandit HP: 5, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Dry, Dry Desert This is a Bandit. Bandits bump into you hard and shake up your pockets. They can steal up to 10 coins. They'll slyly approach and then slam into you all of a sudden. If you can damage them in an attack, you can get your stolen coins back. Let's beat 'em before they can make off with our loot!
B. Bill Blaster HP: 10, Attack: 0, Defense: 4 Bowser's Castle This is a B. Bill Blaster. B. Bill Blasters shoot a constant stream of Bombshell Bills. They won't attack you directly. They're pretty resilient. You have to keep attacking 'em, though, otherwise the air will be filled with Bombshell Bills. And nobody wants that.
Big Lantern Ghost HP: 40, Attack: 5, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box This is a Big Lantern Ghost. He avoids attacks by hiding in the dark. Your friends, like (ahem) me, will also be damaged when he does the flash attack. The flash attack's power is 2. Hit the Lantern many times to make it brighter, then you'll be able to attack him. As soon as you can see, hit him right in the head!
Bill Blaster HP: 4, Attack: 0, Defense: 1 Koopa Bros. Fortress This is a Bill Blaster. Bill Blasters are the cannons that shoot out Bullet Bills. They won't attack us directly, but they'll keep shooting out Bullet Bills as long as they can. It's efficient to attack 'em all at once, but you can also beat 'em one at a time.
Blooper Clan: *Regular Blooper: HP: 30, Attack: 3, Defense: 0
  • Electro Blooper: HP: 50, Attack: 4, Defense: 0
  • Super Blooper: HP: 70, Attack: 5, Defense: 0
  • Baby Blooper: HP: 6, Attack: 2, Defense: 0
Toad Town Tunnels *Regular Blooper: This is a Blooper. Bloopers lurk in the dank pools of Toad Town Tunnels. They seem pretty unremarkable. Although... You have to wonder how they float in the air like that...
  • Electro Blooper: This is an Electro Blooper. Electro Bloopers are electro-charged. A bit of advice: When they're emitting electricity, it'd be a smart move to avoid contact with 'em. If you can manage to damage 'em while they're emitting electricity, they'll go back to normal. Their attack power when they're emitting electricity is 6. Let's try to be careful, what do you say?
  • Super Blooper: This is a Super Blooper. Whoa! It's huge! Easily the biggest Blooper ever! Trust me, its size doesn't lie. It's pretty powerful. When it gets mad, it turns red and its power goes way up. And sometimes it spawns Blooper Babies. Buckle down, Mario! We're in for a fight!
  • Baby Blooper: This is a Blooper Baby. Super Blooper spits 'em out and they come to drain you. We need to beat 'em quickly so they can't drain us dry. They're so cute, though!
Bob-Omb HP: 3, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Koopa Bros. Fortress This is a Bob-omb. Bob-ombs are pretty temperamental, and they get steaming mad when you attack 'em. You'd better not jump on 'em when they're angry or they'll blow up in your face. In fact, stay away entirely. Attack 'em from a distance with items like Hammers. Or you could send in other things, like shells. If they attack when angry, they'll charge in and explode. So you'd better take care of them before they blow!
Bombshell Bill HP: 3, Attack: 6, Defense: 0 Bowser's Castle This is a Bombshell Bill. Bombshell Bills have such beautiful gold casings! Of course, if you sit and admire 'em, you'll get hit. Pay attention to their HP, because their explosions get bigger as their HP drops. Let's take 'em out before they get near us!
Bony Beetle HP: 8, Attack: 3, Defense: 4 Bowser's Castle It's a Bony Beetle. They're bony Buzzy Beetles. ...Hence the name. It's tough to damage 'em.

When their spikes are out, their attack power is 5. When they retract their spikes, take the opportunity to flip 'em over. After that, beating 'em will be a breeze.

Bowser *First Time: HP: 50, Attack: 6/8, Defense: 1
  • Second Time: HP: 99, Attack: 8/10, Defense: 2
Peach's Castle
Arena atop Peach's Castle
It's the Evil King Bowser!
  • Round 1: Finally, after all this time! He has a huge arsenal of attacks, from blowing clouds of fire to jumping on us. Fire Attack: 8, Stamp Attack/Nail Attack: 6 I'm sure he has other attacks that I don't know. Boy, does he look nasty! He's strong enough as it is, but I'm sure he can use that Star Rod to increase his power until he's nearly invincible. Princess Peach needs us! Let's take him, Mario!
  • Round 2: Uh... I think he got bigger. That's not a good sign... He has a huge arsenal of attacks, from blowing clouds of fire to jumping on us. Fire Attack: 10, Stamp Attack/Nail Attack: 8 I'm sure he has other attacks that I don't know. Kammy Koopa's mysterious device has somehow beefed up his power even more. That's hardly fair! You should use that Star Beam whenever he uses the Star Rod to increase his power. Oh, you already knew that?
  • Round 3: No more messing around! He has a huge arsenal of attacks, from blowing clouds of fire to jumping on us. Fire Attack: 10, Stamp Attack/Nail Attack: 8 I'm sure he has other attacks that I don't know. When he increases his power with the Star Rod, our attacks will be totally useless. When that happens, you must use our ultimate weapon, the Peach Beam! It has the power of everyone's wishes! This is our time, Mario! Let's take this chump! We're coming, Princess!
Bowser??? aka Mecha Bowser HP: 10, Attack: 1, Defense: 1 Koopa Bros. Fortress Bowser...? But he looks kind of...lame. I mean, he's lame anyway, but... Does Bowser really look like this? I always imagined him looking, well, a lot scarier.
Bullet Bill HP: 2, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Koopa Bros. Fortress This is a Bullet Bill, a kamikaze attacker. If you don't beat Bullet Bills quickly, they'll slam into you and explode. I'm serious, Mario. These guys will really make us pay if they manage to hit us! We have to beat 'em before they get the chance to strike us.
Buzzar HP: 40, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Mt. Rugged This is Buzzar. He guards Mt. Rugged. Wow! That's one big bird! If you get caught in the clutches of his sharp claws, you'll lose 4 HP! Try to wriggle out of his grip. His special attack is flapping his wings to create wind. This attack damages your party members, too. But he was hatching eggs, wasn't he? Is it possible that he's really a she? I wonder...
Buzzy Beetle HP: 3, Attack: 2, Defense: 2 Dry, Dry Ruins
Toad Town Tunnels
This is a Buzzy Beetle. Buzzy Beetles are cute--but mean. Fire attacks don't work very well against these hardheads. If you can flip 'em, though, their defense power falls to 0. Keep flipping 'em, Mario! I heard that they used to flourish all over the place, but now they're only found in dark, shadowy places.
Bzzap! HP: 3, Attack: 6, Defense: 0 Flower Fields This is a Bzzap! Bzzaps! are monstrous bees. If they sting you, sometimes you'll be poisoned. They also occasionally call a swarm of small bees to attack you in a cloud. Be careful of those little attackers, because you'll sometimes shrink when stung. They don't have a lot of HP, so take care of 'em as quick as you can.
Chan HP: 15, Attack: 2, Defense: 2 Toad Town Dojo This is Chan, of the Dojo. He is training under The Master and is happy to fight us. Hammer attacks don't work well, but you can turn him over with Jump attacks. Once he's flipped over, he's easy. No mercy, Mario!
Cleft HP: 2, Attack: 2, Defense: 2 Mt. Rugged This is a Cleft. Clefts are pretty strong, so you'd better be careful. Their specialty is pretending to be rocks, so watch your step on the mountain. You'll get hurt if you jump on the spikes on their heads. You know, there's courage in running away sometimes...
Clubba HP: 8, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Tubba Blubba's Castle
Shy Guy's Toy Box
This is a Clubba. Clubbas are the main guards of Tubba Blubba's Castle. They often sleep on the job. If you walk very slowly, they won't wake up. They may look big, but if you use the action command perfectly, they're not so tough.
Crazee Dayzee HP: 8, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Flower Fields This is a Crazee Dayzee. Crazee Dayzees look cute, but you won't think they're so cute after they attack you! They attack by singing a song. If you fall under the song's spell, you'll fall asleep. If you get their HP low enough, they'll try to run away. Beat 'em quickly so they can't flee.
Crystal King and the Crystal Bits *King: HP: 70, Attack: 6, Defense: 2
  • Bits: HP: 1, Attack: 4 (when the king spits them at Mario), Defense: 0
  • Fake King: HP: 70, Attack: 5, Defense: 0
Crystal Palace *King: This is the Crystal King. He's one of Bowser's main guys. I don't know how he managed to take over this palace, but... He'll attack you by summoning and launching Crystal Bits. The power of each attack is 4. The number of times he attacks equals the number of Crystal Bits he's deployed. He'll also try to freeze you whenever he can. When his HP is low, he may try to divide and conquer. The power of this attack is 8. You can hurt him only by attacking his real body. If you don't know which one's the main body, you should attack all of them. Pretty brilliant, eh?
  • Bits: This is a Crystal Bit. Basically, Crystal Bits are just pieces of the Crystal King. You can drop 'em with ease. Their Max HP is 1 and they're only dangerous when the Crystal King spews 'em out. Their defense power is 0. These guys are pretty weak. They'll keep coming, though, until you've finally beaten the Crystal King.
  • Fake King: I think this is a deceptive duplicate of the Crystal King. Since it's just an illusion, all of your attacks will just go through it. Just a reminder, Mario... You must damage the real one.
Dark Koopa HP: 8, Attack: 3, Defense: 2 Toad Town Tunnels This is a Dark Koopa. Dark Koopas are Koopa Troopas who live in the Toad Town Tunnels. They're known for causing dizziness. Be extra careful when you see 'em grin, because that means they're getting ready to do their dizzy attack. Their defense power is 0 when they're turned over, so you should use Jump attacks.
Dry Bones HP: 8, Attack: 4, Defense: 2 Bowser's Castle This is a Dry Bones. Dry Bones are skeletal remains from Koopa Troopas. Just when you think they're beat, these guys rise back up and attack again! You're going to have to beat them all at once. Or you could use fire attacks. If they become ashes, there's no way they'll recover.
Duplighost HP: 15, Attack: 4, Defense: 0 Shiver Mountain
Crystal Palace
Bowser's Castle
*Not in Disguise: This is a Duplighost. Duplighosts disguise themselves as members of our party. They love to attack in disguise. It seems like they're generally stronger fighters when they're not disguised, though.
  • Disguised as Goombario: It's a Duplighost disguised as me. It'll do Headbonk and Tattle. That looks nothing like me. Does it? No! Seriously though, does it? Mario? Hello? Look, I've been working out like crazy trying to get in shape for adventuring. There's just no way I'm that pudgy!
  • Disguised as Kooper: It's a Duplighost disguised as Kooper. This imposter almost looks better than the original! Ha! Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as the character it's imitating. It's probably not very difficult for this Duplighost to disguise itself as Kooper. After all, out pal is pretty unusual looking. It'll attack us with its shell, just like the regular Kooper. You'll have the best luck beating it if you flip it.
  • Disguised as Bombette: It's a Duplighost disguised as Bombette. Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as Bombette's. You should be careful even though she looks cute.
  • Disguised as Parakarry: It's a Duplighost disguised as Parakarry. He looks even more intelligent as an enemy. Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as Parakarry's. Don't underestimate him, Mario. He looks pretty serious.
  • Disguised as Bow: It's a Duplighost disguised as Bow. Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as Bow's. Look, you've seen her in action. Do you really want to know what a Smack Attack feels like?
  • Disguised as Watt: It's a Duplighost disguised as Watt. Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as the character it's imitating. You know how Watt is shocking? Same goes for this Duplighost.
  • Disguised as Sushie: It's a Duplighost disguised as Sushie. Its face looks even grouchier than the real thing! Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as Sushie's. I'm glad we have Sushie on our side. She's intimidating! I wonder if this imposter is meddlesome as well...
  • Disguised as Lakilester: It's a Duplighost disguised as Lakilester. It's hard to take him seriously. Its disguise is pretty much perfect. Its attack power is exactly the same as Lakilester's. It's tough to dodge his Spiny Flip, so pay attention.
Ember HP: 10, Attack: 4, Defense: 0 Star Way This is an Ember. Embers are fiery monsters forged from uncanny blue fire. They may look frosty, but they're actually on fire, so fire attacks won't work. They divide themselves when they're attacked. Keep attacking 'em, though. You'll get 'em eventually. They'll probably fight back. Their attacks usually deal out 3 damage points. Water attacks will work well. Let's beat 'em before they get a chance to burn us.
Forest Fuzzy HP: 6, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Forever Forest This is a Forest Fuzzy. Forest Fuzzies are always green. If they grab hold of you, they'll absorb your HP and add it to their own. The fiends! Those no good... Oh! And they sometimes divide. If they divide they become even stronger, so try to beat 'em before they can split.
Frost Piranha HP: 6, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Shiver Snowfield
Shiver Mountain
This is a Frost Piranha. Frost Piranhas are frozen Piranha Plants. They'll try to freeze you with their icy breath. You'll be at their mercy if they freeze you, so you'd better try to immobilize

them right away. Ice attacks won't work--they love ice! Fire attacks, though...

Fuzzipede HP: 6, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Inside the Whale (Toad Town Harbor)
Fuzzy HP: 3, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Koopa Village, behind Kooper's house
Shy Guy's Toy Box
This is a Fuzzy. Why do Fuzzies always jump up and down? They need to chill out! The problem with Fuzzies is their quickness. It's really tough to time their attacks. If they latch on to you, watch out! They'll absorb your HP.
Gloomba HP: 7, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Toad Town Tunnels This is a Gloomba. Gloombas are nasty Goombas who live in the Toad Town Tunnels. They're stronger than ordinary Goombas, but you can take 'em.
Goomba HP: 2, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Goomba Village
Goomba Road
Pleasant Path
Shy Guy's Toy Box
This is a Goomba. Goombas are what you'd call "small fries." Actually, they're pretty much the smallest fries. ...Hey, wait! I'm one of 'em! You can jump on them or whack 'em with the Hammer. These guys are old school. They've been around since you were in Super Mario Bros.!
Goomba Bros. Red and Blue and the Goomba King *First Time (Red): HP: 7, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
  • First Time (Blue): HP: 6, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
  • Second Time (Both): HP: 2, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
  • King: HP: 10, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
Goomba Road
Goomba King's Fortress
*Blue: This is Blue Goomba. He's the younger of the two notorious Goomba Bros. As you heard in his little speech, he's one of the Goomba King's men. He doesn't look that healthy. He's weaker than his brother.
  • Red: This is Red Goomba. He's the older of the two notorious Goomba Bros. The Goomba King ordered him to try to stop you. You can take this guy, no prob. He has just a little more HP than an ordinary Goomba.
  • King: This is the Goomba King. He's really big. I mean, look at him! He looks really powerful. He's the boss of Red Goomba and Blue Goomba. Who cares if he's strong? You're much stronger. Gee, I wonder what he ate to become so big? I'd like to be a bit bigger, too.
Gray Magikoopa HP: 11, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Crystal Palace This is a Gray Magikoopa. He's one of the magicians in the Koopa clan. Those gray robes aren't very flashy, but they're kind of cool. He can use magic to make his companions transparent. We can't attack enemies that are transparent. Let's try to beat 'em before that becomes an issue, what do you say?
Green Magikoopa HP: 11, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Flower Fields
Crystal Palace
This is a Green Magikoopa. He's one of the magicians in the Koopa clan. I have to admit, I like those green robes. Very cool! He can magically increase the defense power of others. He looks pretty surly.
Groove Guy HP: 5, Attack: 1, Defense: 1 Shy Guy's Toy Box This is a Groove Guy. Groove Guys wear weird clothes. They're probably stage clothes. Pssh... You know performers... They shake their booties to call in reinforcements. They also spin around in

front of you and make you feel dizzy. These rock 'n' rollers are a drag, so let's ditch 'em as fast as we can.

Gulpit HP: 12, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Shiver Snowfield
Shiver Mountain
*Gulpit: This is a Gulpit. Whoa! Gulpits look pretty burly, don't they? Gulpits attack by picking rocks up in their mouths and then spitting 'em back out. The bigger the rock they spit, the more damage you'll take. Big rocks take 7 HP in damage, and small ones take 5 HP. They can't do much damage without ammo, so you should concentrate on the rocks first.
  • Gulpit's Rocks: These are Gulpits' Rocks. Gulpits gulp them and then spit 'em at people. There are two sizes of rocks. The big rocks do more damage than the small rocks do. ...Big surprise, huh?
Hammer Bro HP: 12, Attack: 5, Defense: 1 Shy Guy's Toy Box
Bowser's Castle
These are the Hammer Bros. You've seen these punks before, haven't you? Be careful of that hammer! If it hits you, you'll get shrunk in a wink. When the Hammer Bros. get desperate, they'll hurl a ton of hammers, so watch it. These guys have been a pain for ages, so let's give 'em an old-fashioned whopping. As always, they're not to be underestimated.
Huff N. Puff and the Tuff Puffs *Huff N. Puff: HP: 60, Attack: 5, Defense: 0
  • Tuff Puff: HP: 1, Attack: 2, Defense: 0
Cloudy Climb *Huff N. Puff: This is Huff N. Puff. He's a giant cloud monster. His thunder attack is very dangerous. If you don't defend, you'll take massive damage. When you attack Huff N. Puff, little clouds called Tuff Puffs come out. Their number is based on the amount of damage you do. If you leave the Tuff Puffs, Huff N. Puff will swallow them up and restore his HP. You need to use smart tactics to beat this guy, Mario.
  • Tuff Puff: These are the Tuff Puffs that break off when you damage Huff N. Puff. Tuff Puffs will fly over and attack you directly. You have to shake them off using the action command or they'll keep on damaging you. Huff N. Puff will swallow the Tuff Puffs to restore his HP, so think carefully

when attacking. You can beat the Tuff Puffs easily by attacking all enemies.

Hurt Plant HP: 8, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Jade Jungle This is a Hurt Plant. Hurt Plants pretend to be Heart Plants, which give you a Heart when you touch them. If a Hurt Plant bites you, you'll be poisoned. Then your HP will slowly fall with each turn.

We'd better beat 'em as quickly as possible. Unless you can frequently restore your HP, you'll find yourself in trouble pretty fast.

Hyper Cleft HP: 4, Attack: 3, Defense: 3 Gusty Gulch This is a Hyper Cleft. Hyper Clefts have more defense power than normal Clefts. They sometimes charge their power before attacking. That charged attack will take away 8 HP, so watch out when they start to glow. It'll miss you if you can become transparent. Their defense power will fall to 1 if you use an explosion to flip 'em over. And in case you hadn't noticed, they have spikes up top! It'll hurt if you jump on 'em.
Hyper Goomba HP: 7, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Gusty Gulch
Windy Mill
This is a Hyper Goomba. Hyper Goombas are crazy, uncivilized Goombas living in Gusty Gulch. They sometimes charge their power before attacking. That charged attack will take away 8 HP, so watch out when they start to glow. It's a good idea to use Bow or an item to become transparent. The attack will miss for sure.
Hyper Paragoomba HP: 7, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Gusty Gulch This is a Hyper Paragoomba. Hyper Paragoombas are Hyper Goombas with wings. They sometimes charge their power before attacking. That charged attack will take away 8 HP, so watch out when they start to glow. It'll miss you if you can become transparent. Except for that, they're no different from normal Paragoombas, so use a Jump attack to defeat 'em.
Jr. Troopa *First Time: HP: 5, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
  • Second Time: HP: 15, Attack: 2, Defense: 1
  • Third Time: HP: 40, Attack: 5, Defense: 1
  • Fourth Time: HP: 20, Attack: 6, Defense: 1
  • Fifth Time: HP: 50, Attack: 8, Defense: 1
  • Sixth Time: HP: 60, Attack: 8, Defense: 2
Goomba Village
Pleasant Path
Forever Forest
Toad Town Harbor
Shiver Snowfield
Bowser's Castle
*Second Battle: What was his name? Jr. Troopa? I don't remember exactly... ...Just joking, kid! He looks so adorable hiding in his egg, doesn't he? So cute! It should be a snap to beat him now. ...I think.
  • Third Battle: It's Jr. Troopa. I can't get enough of this guy! Wah ha ha ha! Did the little guy get lost in the big bad forest? Apparently he's grown wings, so he can fly now. You'll have to jump to reach him. He's a bit stronger, so it may be worth it to use any items you have to attack him.
  • Fourth Battle: It's Jr. Troopa! He swam all the way after us! This kid...he's got guts! He still flies but now he has a spike on his head. It'll hurt if you jump on him. He seems tougher this time... Luckily for us, he also looks pretty tuckered out. Well, he should be tired. The little guy swam to Lavalava Island and back! It seems better to attack from a distance with an item or something rather than attacking him directly.
  • Fifth Battle: It's Jr. Troopa! I'm stunned! Really! This guy just will not quit! He's obviously been training. It seems he can use magic now. Sigh... Let's get this over with.
  • Sixth Battle: It's Jr. Troopa again! My man! The little guy still has some egg shell left on his body! Aww! Whoa! He's been working out! He looks as though he may be able to change his shape, too. You've got to love this guy's effort, Mario. To follow us all the way here? What dedication! Come to think of it, how do you think he got here, anyway?
Jungle Fuzzy HP: 7, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Yoshi's Village
Jade Jungle
This is a Jungle Fuzzy. Jungle Fuzzies are very similar to other Fuzzies, but they live in the jungle, so... ...that's their name. They cling to you, suck out your HP and add it to their own. What a sleazy move! They won't stop clinging to you unless you tear 'em off with the action command. They also occasionally divide, so let's beat 'em before they get the chance.
Kammy Koopa HP: 10, Attack: 3, Defense: 3-0 Arena atop Peach's Castle
Kent C. Koopa HP: 70, Attack: 10, Defense: 6 Pleasant Path This is Kent C. Koopa. He seems pretty greedy for such a large Koopa. He sometimes does a stamp attack with his shell. That attack has a power of 3. His shell attack also damages party members (like me!), so be sure to defend! As with all Koopas, your chances will greatly improve if you can flip him over. His defense power will drop. Watch it, though! He'll attack as soon as he's back on his feet. And by the way, is he not THE HUGEST KOOPA EVER!?! Somebody told me that he used to live in Koopa Village...
Koopa Bros. (Ninjakoopas): HP: 5, Attack: 1, Defense: 1 Koopa Bros. Fortress *Spinning Tower: The Koopa Bros. have formed a tall Koopa tower! I'm not sure about this... They do a spinning attack with the whole gang piled high atop one another. Hit 'em with a Hammer or something to make 'em unstable. After that, any attack should knock 'em down. If you use an explosion, you can make 'em fall down at once. If you flip 'em over, the battle will nearly be ours! Beat 'em one by one!
  • Red: He's the Koopa Bros. leader.
  • Black: Black is pretty fashionable...
  • Yellow: Yellow reminds me of curry. Isn't that a weird thing to think of in the middle of a battle?
  • Green: He looks exactly the same as a normal Koopa Troopa.
  • Any Koopa Brother: He has a little bit of defense power, but you can turn him over by jumping on him, just like a normal Koopa Troopa. Let's flip him over quick! Otherwise, the Bros. may form a tower and do their famous spinning attack!
Koopa Troopa HP: 4, Attack: 1, Defense: 1 Pleasant Path
Koopa Bros. Fortress
This is a Koopa Troopa. Everybody knows Koopa Troopas. They're Bowser's followers. Their shells are hard. If you can flip 'em over, their defense power will fall to 0 and it will become much easier for you to defeat 'em. You can flip 'em with a POW block or a Jump attack.
Koopatrol HP: 8, Attack: 4, Defense: 3 Shy Guy's Toy Box
Bowser's Castle
This is a Koopatrol. They're elite Koopa soldiers. These are the highest-ranked guards of Bowser's Castle. In case you hadn't noticed, they're fitted with spikes. Don't jump on 'em. When their HP drops low, they'll charge up power for one last-ditch attack. The power of this desperate attack is 10. They've also been known to call in reinforcements when they're in trouble. Don't underestimate these nasty Koopas, Mario.
Lakitu HP: 12, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Flower Fields This is a Lakitu. Lakitus are strange Koopas that can ride clouds. They toss down Spiny Eggs, and these sometimes turn into crawling Spinies. We'd better deal with them quickly or else we'll be surrounded by Spinies. It seems like these Lakitus have been hassling you for your entire career, Mario.
Lava Bubble HP: 9, Attack: 4, Defense: 0 Mt. Lavalava This is a Lava Bubble, a fire ball monster. Lava Bubbles live near lava. They are obviously pretty hot, so you'll get hurt if you try to jump on 'em. They sometimes attack your friends (like me!), too. The power of that attack is 2. Because of their fiery nature, they fear snow and water.
Lava Piranha and the Lava Buds *Lava Piranha: HP: 80 (has 40 HP per round), Attack: 5-7, Defense: 0
  • Lava Bud: HP: 16 (have 8 HP per round), Attack: 4, Defense: 0
  • Petit Piranha: HP: 1, Attack: 6, Defense: 0
Mt. Lavalava *Lava Piranha: This is a Lava Piranha. Lava Piranhas are plants that can somehow survive in lava.
Normal: They blow out huge balls of fire to attack. That is one big flower! Wow!
On Fire: Since their bodies are on fire, you'll take damage if you step on 'em. Don't worry if you're fireproof. They'll try to burn you with their fire breath. They're creatures born of fire, so water attacks will work extremely well against them.
  • Lava Bud: This is a Lava Bud. Lava Buds are little flowers branching out from the main stem of the Lava Piranha. They love it in the lava. Normal: They blow small seeds or other projectiles to attack. The small Lava Bud's attack power is 4. On Fire: They blow out Petit Piranhas. The Lava Buds' stems themselves won't attack you.
  • Petit Piranha: This is a Petit Piranha. Petit Piranhas spew from Lava Buds. These things can do some serious damage, so watch it!
Lee HP: 20, Attack: 5, Defense: 0 Toad Town Dojo *Not in Disguise: This is Lee, of the Dojo. He's training under The Master and is happy to fight us. He has mastered the art of disguise, so don't let it faze you when he suddenly

mirrors us. Remember, he can't stay disguised forever. Don't let his strange tactics throw you off guard, no matter how many times he transforms.

  • Disguised as Goombario: It's Lee disguised as me. Do I really look like that? No way... He'll use Headbonk and Tattle. He has the same skills as me. Of course, I'm much better looking and more debonair. And I hope that I'm stronger!
  • Disguised as Kooper: This is Lee disguised as Kooper. Lee has disguised himself as Kooper perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Kooper's usual power. Just like Kooper, he attacks with his shell. If you flip him over, you'll beat him with ease. Incidentally, Lee's red scarf and wristband look cooler than Kooper's. ...Don't tell Kooper I said that, though.
  • Disguised as Bombette: This is Lee disguised as Bombette. Lee has disguised himself as Bombette perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Bombette's usual power. Sure, he looks cute as Bombette, but he packs a punch!
  • Disguised as Parakarry: This is Lee disguised as Parakarry. Lee has disguised himself as Parakarry perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Parakarry's usual power. He's usually slow, but once he's in battle, he's a whirlwind of feet and feathers. He's a sight to behold in the heat of battle. To tell the truth, I think he's the most intimidating one on our team!
  • Disguised as Bow: This is Lee disguised as Bow. Lee has disguised himself as Bow perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Bow's usual power. That Smack attack is brutal! So cruel!
  • Disguised as Watt: This is Lee disguised as Watt. So you should be serious even though he looks as adorable as Watt. Lee has disguised himself as Watt perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Watt's usual power. Remember, don't stomp on him! You'll get a massive electric charge if you do.
  • Disguised as Sushie: This is Lee disguised as Sushie. Sushie looks tough! Think she'd be mad if she heard that? Lee has disguised himself as Sushie perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Sushie's usual power. I'm not too thrilled to have to fight Sushie. She's strong!
  • Disguised as Lakilester: This is Lee disguised as Lakilester. If I remember our battle with the real Lakilester correctly, this one seems to be weaker. Lee has disguised himself as Lakilester perfectly, so his attack power is the same as Lakilester's usual power. Dodging that Spiny Flip is tough, so pay attention.
M. Bush HP: 20, Attack: 5, Defense: 0 Jade Jungle This is an M. Bush. M. Bushes pretend to be bushes and wait for unwary prey. Their bites are sometimes poisonous, so be careful. If you get poisoned, your HP will gradually fall. Your situation could become critical unless you restore your HP as soon as possible. Let's clear 'em out quickly, OK? Use your most powerful attack, why don't you?
Magikoopa *Mini-Boss: HP: 8, Attack: 3, Defense: 0
  • Regular Battle: HP: 11, Attack: 6, Defense: 0
Shooting Star Summit (Mini-Boss)
Bowser's Castle
*Mini-Boss: This is a Magikoopa. Magikoopas are the elite magicians of the Koopa clan.
  • Regular Battle: This is a Magikoopa. Magikoopas use magical rods. Magic attacks are no joke, Mario. You'd better take these guys seriously. Tread carefully, Mario! Their magical attacks pack a serious punch! They know many nasty spells. We'd better beat them before they can do anything crazy.
The Master *First Time: HP: 50, Attack: 6, Defense: 0
  • Second Time: HP: 75, Attack: 8, Defense: 0
  • Third Time: HP: 99, Attack: 10, Defense: 1
Toad Town Dojo This is The Master. He owns the Dojo--and he's the strongest member.
  • First Time:If he's the best in the Dojo, he must be pretty tough!
  • Second Time:He knows both normal and advanced methods of attack. You'd better concentrate, Mario! This guy doesn't mess around at all!
  • Third Time: He may well know a few moves I've never heard of... We can't expect mercy from this guy, so let's take the fight to him.
Medi Guy HP: 7, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box This is a Medi Guy. Medi Guys are the emergency workers of the Shy Guy clan. They have the power to heal their wounded companions. Of course, they also attack. We'd better hurry up and take them out of the mix. It's a pain if they keep fixing all the damage we do.
Monstar HP: 20, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Shiver Snowfield This monster... Even I don't know what it is! I don't know why, but it looks really terrifying. ...I get the funny feeling I had a nightmare about it... I don't know its attack power, but it must be very powerful, judging by its looks.
Monty Mole Mt. Rugged: HP: 3, Attack: 2, Defense: 0

Flower Fields: HP: 12, Attack: 3, Defense: 0

Mt. Rugged
Flower Fields
This is a Monty Mole.
  • Mt. Rugged:Monty Moles are rock-throwing moles, big time mischief-makers. Ugh. They have kind of scary looking faces. They're pretty weak, though. Maybe they wear sunglasses because they have really sensitive eyes. Or maybe they're just hip.
  • Flower Fields: You remember Monty Moles from Mt. Rugged, don't you? They're vicious rock-throwers. They may look intimidating but they're not very strong.
Paragloomba HP: 7, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Toad Town Tunnels This is a Paragloomba. Paragloombas are nasty winged Gloombas who make their home in the Toad Town Tunnels. Just like Paragoombas, Paragloombas lose their wings when attacked, then they fall and become Gloombas.
Paragoomba HP: 2, Attack: 1, Defense: 0 Goomba Village
Goomba Road
Pleasant Path
This is a Paragoomba. Obviously, Paragoombas are Goombas with wings. You can't hit 'em with the Hammer while they're airborne. If you damage 'em, they'll fall to the ground and become ordinary Goombas.
Paratroopa HP: 4, Attack: 1, Defense: 1 Pleasant Path
Koopa Bros. Fortress
This is a Paratroopa. No surprise here--Paratroopas are Koopa Troopas with wings. When you jump on 'em or use a POW Block, their wings fall off and they become normal Koopa Troopas. It's easy to beat 'em once they're normal Koopa Troopas. Give 'em another Jump attack! They think they're pretty cool because they wear sunglasses, but they're not that tough.
Piranha Plant HP: 5, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Forever Forest This is a Piranha Plant. Piranha Plants pop out of the ground at unexpected moments, so be on your guard. You've seen 'em in every one of your adventures, so I imagine you know 'em pretty well. Their sharp jaws point upward, so you'll get bitten if you try to jump on 'em. They smile after biting people. That smug smile...it makes me hopping mad!
Pokey HP: 4, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Dry, Dry Desert
Shy Guy's Toy Box
This is Pokey, an evil cactus. Pokeys attack by throwing parts of their bodies or by coming close and falling on you. Be careful fighting them! It'll hurt if you jump on their spiky heads! They also have an annoying habit of calling in reinforcements. Let's beat 'em quickly!
Pokey Mummy HP: 4, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Dry, Dry Ruins This is a Pokey Mummy. Pokey Mummies are Pokeys that dried out and became mummies then went to live in the ruins. Careful! They have spikes on their heads! Trust me--it'll hurt if you jump on 'em. The mummification also made 'em poisonous. If you get poisoned when they attack you, you'll take damage for a while. What do you say we beat 'em before they can poison us?
Putrid Piranha HP: 12, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Jade Jungle
Mt. Lavalava
This is a Putrid Piranha. Putrid Piranhas sometimes bite, but the truly scary thing is their nasty, poisonous breath. The power of their bad breath is 2, but your HP will begin to fall if you get

poisoned. You should try to recover as quickly as possible if you get poisoned.

Pyro Guy HP: 7, Attack: 4, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box This is a Pyro Guy. Pyro Guys are on fire, so any contact with them will cause damage. They're tough opponents, mainly because their attack power is so high. Any attacks that involve water or snow are our best bet because,...well...you know.
Red Magikoopa HP: 11, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Mt. Lavalava
Crystal Palace
This is a Red Magikoopa. He's one of the magicians in the Koopa clan. Snappy red robes, huh? He can magically increase the attack power of others. Take care of him before he can pump up his companions!
Ruff Puff HP: 10, Attack: 4, Defense: 0 Flower Fields This is a Ruff Puff. Ruff Puffs are nasty little cloud henchmen of Huff N. Puff. Ruff Puffs float in the air, so a Jump attack or something similar may be best. Of course, I'd be more than happy to give 'em a Headbonk! It's your call, Mario.
Shy Guy HP: 7, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box, Jade Jungle This is a Shy Guy. They're ne'er-do-wells. Big time rascals. No good... They occasionally do acrobatic attacks that have an attack power of 3. Who knows what lies in the hearts of these troublemakers? I guess they're dangerous, but they're pretty small time.
Shy Guy Army: *Shy Squad: HP: 15, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
  • Stilt Guy: HP: 7, Attack: 4, Defense: 0
  • Shy Stack: HP: 10, Attack: 1, Defense: 0
  • General Guy: HP: 30, Attack: 4, Defense: 2
Shy Guy's Toy Box *Shy Squad: This is the Shy Squad. It'll attack us with all its members at once. The number of times we're attacked will equal the number of Shy Guys in the Squad. Its attack power is huge when there are many guys, but it drops fast for each one that falls. Let's use an attack that does tons of damage so we can decrease their numbers and increase our chances!
  • Stilt Guy: This is Stilt Guy. Yes, as the name suggests, Stilt Guys are Shy Guys on Stilts. I mean, it seems pretty obvious to me... If you attack 'em by shaking the ground, they'll fall off their stilts and become normal Shy Guys.
  • Shy Stack: This is a Shy Stack. Whoa, this pile has an incredible sense of balance! Look at that stack! Its attack power equals the number of Guys in the stack. It will be 4 if there are four Shy Guys stacked up. If you have the Spin Hammer ability, you can knock 'em off one by one. Obviously, their attack power decreases when there are fewer of 'em in the stack.
  • General Guy: This is General Guy in his tank. The tank seems to be dangerous even though it's a toy. Not only does the General give commands from the tank, but he also throws bombs and uses electric attacks. The power of his electric attack is 5, and your party member takes 2 damage points, so defend yourself carefully. He'll lose the electric attack if we break the light bulb. Normal fighting styles seem ineffective because the tank is well fortified.
Sky Guy HP: 7, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box This is a Sky Guy. Sky Guys are master balloonists. We can attack the balloon, too. Once they fall, they're just like normal Shy Guys. I wish I had a balloon so I could float... That looks awesome!
Spear Guy HP: 7, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Jade Jungle This is a Spear Guy. Spear Guys are relatives of Shy Guys. They live in the jungle. You'll get hurt if you attack with the Hammer while they're pointing the spear at you. You'll also get hurt if you try to jump on 'em when the spear's pointing upward. Pay attention to the position of their spears when we attack. Oh yeah, they also sometimes call in reinforcements. After they throw their spears, they become ordinary Shy Guys.
Spike? (actually Lakilester) HP: 50, Attack: 4, Defense: 0 Flower Fields He said his name is Spike. He seems to be a Lakitu, but he's the weirdest one I've seen. Is it just me, or did he call himself Spike, Michael and Lakilester? What an odd guy... ...I have to wonder just what his real name is...
Spiked Gloomba HP: 7, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Toad Town Tunnels This is a Spiked Gloomba. They're Spiked Goombas who live in the Toad Town Tunnels. Be careful of the spiked hats they wear. It'll definitely hurt if you jump on 'em.
Spiked Goomba HP: 2, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Goomba Village
Goomba Road
Pleasant Path
This is a Spiked Goomba. Spiked Goombas are Goombas with spikes on their heads. Whatever you do, don't jump on their spikes or you'll get hurt or even paralyzed!
Spiketop HP: 4, Attack: 3, Defense: 4 Mt. Lavalava
Toad Town Tunnels
This is Spike Top. Spike Tops have spikes on top. Duh! They're tough, just like Buzzy Beetles, and fire attacks don't affect 'em at all. But their defense power drops if you can flip 'em over.
Spiny HP: 2, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Flower Fields
Toad Town Tunnels
This is a Spiny. Spinies have spikes on their shells that are pretty sharp. They'll roll into Spiny Eggs and slam into you. It'll be much easier to fight them if you can flip them over. Their defense power falls to 0.
Spy Guy HP: 2, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Shy Guy's Toy Box This is a Spy Guy. Spy Guys look like they're ready for war in their spiffy camouflage gear! They change their weapons each time they're attacked. You'd best try to avoid their hammer attack! Every time you're hit by it, you'll lose one of your commands!
Stone Chomp HP: 4, Attack: 3, Defense: 1 Dry, Dry Ruins This is a Stone Chomp, who guards the treasure in this room. He's made of stone. Duh! His jaws can supposedly crush a Coconut. I don't know about you, but I don't want to become a snack.
Swooper HP: 4, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Dry, Dry Ruins This is a Swooper, a ghost bat. Swoopers got their name because they swoop down out of the shadows. Even Jump attacks can't reach 'em when they're hanging on the ceiling, but earth tremors will knock 'em loose. Parakarry can also knock 'em loose with one of his moves. You can attack 'em however you choose once they're hovering in the air.
Swoopula HP: 8, Attack: 2, Defense: 0 Crystal Palace This is a Swoopula. Swoopulas attack from the air and cling to you to suck your HP. Hit A repeatedly to fight it off or else it'll keep sucking your HP. You can't jump high enough to attack them while they're hanging from the ceiling. An earthquake attack ought to work, though. Flying party members, like Bow or Parakarry, can also attack them with ease. If they fall and begin to flap around, you can attack them by jumping as well.
Tubba Blubba and his heart *Heart: HP: 50, Attack: 6, Defense: 0
Tubba Blubba: HP: 10, Attack: 4, Defense: 0
*Tubba Blubba: Tubba Blubba's Castle and Gusty Gulch
  • Heart: Windy Mill
*Tubba Blubba: This is Tubba Blubba.
Without Heart: He is one of Bowser's toughest followers and he's the master of this cursed castle. I don't know his defense power. Everyone says he's invincible because he has never been hurt. I'd say it's a good idea to run from immortal enemies! If you get in deep trouble, Bow can hide you from him.
With Heart: Now reunited with his heart. This is finally his true self. His Hip Attack causes 6 points worth of damage. Be careful, because I'm not exactly sure what his other attacks can do. ...But... I think he's definitely weaker than before...
  • Heart: This is Tubba's Heart. You might say it's the "heart" of Tubba's secret. Ha! OK, that wasn't funny. He has a terrible attack, so hide when he tells you he's about to unleash it. This attack will take away 12 HP! Whoa! Try to beat him before he can do his huge attack again. Trust me, it's dangerous. This is Bow's turn to shine!
Tutankoopa and Chompy *Tutankoopa: HP: 30, Attack: 3, Defense: 0
  • Chompy: HP: 4, Attack: 3, Defense: 3
Dry, Dry Ruins *Tutankoopa: This is Tutankoopa. He's one of Bowser's followers and he's been assigned to guard one of the Star Spirits. I've heard that he has sort of a pharaoh complex. He attacks by throwing shells from that high perch. Try to avoid when he uses magic: its attack power is 2 and it'll sting for sure. And he also summons Chomps, his loyal subjects. Those Chomps have some serious attack power. Think hard about who to attack first, Tutankoopa or Chomp.
  • Chompy: It's a Chomp. You've heard about Chomps before, I'm sure. They're made of such hard stuff that most of your attacks won't even faze them. I heard a rumor that the Chomps are a little peeved at Tutankoopa because he works them so hard.
White Clubba HP: 12, Attack: 5, Defense: 0 Shiver Mountain
Crystal Palace
This is a White Clubba. They live in cold climates. Who knows why they moved here... They sometimes attack consecutively. They're pretty powerful. It's tough to swing such big clubs! Ice attacks won't work on them, so break out fire if you have it.
White Magikoopa HP: 11, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Jade Jungle
Mt. Lavalavabr>Crystal Palace
This is a White Magikoopa. He's one of the magicians in the Koopa clan. White robes, huh? How does he keep 'em clean? He's a healer. When he magically heals one companion it recovers 5 HP, and when he heals all of this companions at once, they all recover 3 HP. You'd better take care of this guy but fast.
Yellow Magikoopa HP: 11, Attack: 3, Defense: 0 Flower Fields
Crystal Palace
This is a Yellow Magikoopa. He's one of the magicians in the Koopa clan. Yellow is the new black, didn't you know? He can use magic to give his companions an electric charge. While his cohorts are electrified, don't attack them directly or you'll be in for a shocking surprise.