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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Bob Ulk.png
Max HP 10
Attack 4
Defense 2
Location(s) Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 91-99)
Log A really, really big Bob-omb that explodes after 4 turns. Take it out before then or you'll be peeling your lips off the ceiling!
Items None
Moves Power up (no effect), Defense Up (Defense Boost +3), Power Up (Power Boost +3), Charge Up (ATK+9), Explosion (4, 7, or 16)
That's a Bob-ulk. That's... easily the biggest Bob-omb I've ever seen! It won't attack, but once its fuse is lit, it'll explode after a while. So the problem is... how to beat it before it goes off. I mean, its bomb attack has a power of 16! That's no joke. Seriously, watch out for that. Just go all out to beat it. Pull out all the stops. Or you could just set it off early with fire or explosions. Your call.
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Bob-ulks are purple Bob-ombs that are the strongest and most armored subspecies of Bob-ombs. Their name is word play on "bulk", meaning very large. Bob-ulks are solely found in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door's Pit of 100 Trials. They're related to Bulky Bob-ombs. To attack, they first charge themselves up, and then they explode after a few turns. If another explosion occurs, they explode with them. Oddly, Goombella says that they are the biggest Bob-ombs she has ever seen, however their slightly weaker sub-species, Bulky Bob-omb is a tiny bit larger in the Tattle Log. (Ironically, however, Bob-ulks have higher statistics than Bulky Bob-ombs.) Dark Fawful Bombs and Bob-ulks have a similar appearance.

After lighting their fuses, they raise their defense by three. On the third turn they raise their attack by three, and then charge themselves and raise their attack by nine before exploding.

Names in other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
French Giga Bob-omb -
German Megab-Omb Mega Bob-omb