Bald Cleft

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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Bald Cleft
SPM Bald Cleft.png
Max HP 2
Attack 1
Defense 2
Location(s) Shhwonk Fortress
Log Basically a rock monster with a swarthy-looking face. It attacks by charging and is impervious to fire.
Items None
Moves Charge (1)
Tattle
That's a Bald Cleft. Basically, a rock monster with a swarthy-looking face. Uh... this is kind of mean, but bald guys... really just don't do it for me. Yeah. This guy is rock solid. Fire doesn't even hurt it. It might be best to attack with, say... a POW Block.
Bestiary
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Bald Clefts are a type of Cleft without spikes on their heads introduced in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. They can be found on pedestals in Shhwonk Fortress, during Chapter 1, and attack by charging at Mario and his partners.

Super Paper Mario Enemy
Bald Cleft
106 BaldCleftCard.PNG
Max HP 2
Attack 1
Defense 2
Location(s) Yold Desert, Flipside Pit of 100 Trials
Card Type Common
Card Description
This hardheaded minion is easily mistaken for a rock. It'll turn around if it bumps into a wall. If hit with an explosion, its Defense drops to 0.
Tattle
That's a Bald Cleft. You might confuse this rock-hard foe with a rock... Max HP is 2, Attack is 1, Defense is 2. Flames won't scorch this foe... Set off an explosion near it to flip it over. Then it'll be vulnerable to attack...
List of Catch Cards
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Bald Clefts appear again in Super Paper Mario as enemies in the Yold Desert. Like their relatives, they disguise themselves as rocks, and reveal their true form when Mario gets close enough. They attack the same way as they did in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. However, the Super Paper Mario variety aren't as tough as their other Paper Mario counterparts, as they can easily be defeated with Boomer. None have the ability to flip dimensions. They appear in the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials in rooms 13, 34, and 71.

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Names in other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シンノスケ
Shinnosuke
Spanish Cleft Calvo Bald Cleft
French Decleft -
German Kahl-Kirk Bald Kirk (German word for "Cleft")
Italian Teschiosso From teschio (skull) and osso (bone)