Chain Chawful

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Chain Chawful
Chain Chawful.gifChain Chawful with Sworm.gif
2 Chain Chawful with Sworm out (right), without the Sworm (left)
Location(s) Bowser Path
HP 165
Power 90
Defense 90
Speed 26
Experience 75
Coins 30
Items Syrup (10%)
Gear None
Related Chain Chomp

Chain Chawfuls are Chain Chomp enemies possessed by a parasitic green Sworm with Fawful's face that appear in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. When they try to attack, Bowser can counter-attack by withdrawing into his shell or punching them. When the Sworms take damage, they will hide in the Chain-Chomp. When not hiding, Bowser can use his Vacuum ability to suck out the Sworm. This returns the Chain-Chomp to normal and ends the battle without any EXP gained. They are rather difficult to inhale and require at least 15 X Button button presses. When getting ready to attack, the Sworm will move its head either up or forward. The number of times it does so indicates how many times it will attack, and in what order. If its head goes up, Bowser must duck or Mario must defend himself. If its head moves forward, Bowser must punch it to the side or Luigi has to contend with its attack.

One Chain Chawful on Bowser Path holds a Blitty.

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲラワンワン
Gerawanwan
From Fawful's Japanese name, Gerakobits, and Chain Chomp's Japanese name, Wanwan.
Spanish (NOA) Chawful Cadenas Chain Chawful
Spanish (NOE) Chómpcovitz From Fawful's Spanish (European) name, Grácovitz, and Chain Chomp Spanish name, Chomp Cadenas.
French Gracochomp From Fawful's French name, Gracowitz, and Chain Chomp's French name, Chomp Enchaîné.
German Krankhund From Fawful's German name, Krankfried, and Chain Chomp's German name, Kettenhund.
Italian Ghignaccio From "ghigno"(grin, part of "Sogghigno", Fawful's Italian name) and Chain Chomp's Italian name, Categnaccio