Chief Chilly

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Not to be confused with Chill Bully.
Chief Chilly
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Chief Chilly in Super Mario 64 DS.
Full name Chief Chilly
First appearance Super Mario 64 DS (2004)
Latest appearance Mario Kart DS (2005)

You there with the mustache! I am the king of cold, Chief Chilly. I lock up anyone who challenges the superiority of my 'stache. In fact, I locked up one such fellow the other day. Hmm. What a sad, mangy mustache you've got there. It hardly seems worth it to destroy you. With a 'stache like that, you're clearly the sidekick, not the star. But I'm in between meetings now, so I might as well. In the battle for the best mustache, I'll win, hairs down. Ha ha ha! Bring it on, peach fuzz!”
Chief Chilly, Super Mario 64 DS

Chief Chilly resembles a crystallized version of a Big Bully. He first appears in Super Mario 64 DS, the Nintendo DS remake of Super Mario 64. Bowser hires him, along with his other minions, to trap the three heroes of the game. He is much larger than an average Bully and has a spiked mustache and a crown of ice crystals. He later re-appears as a boss in Mario Kart DS.

History[edit]

Super Mario 64 DS[edit]

Chief Chilly in Super Mario 64 DS.

Before the events of Super Mario 64 DS, Chief Chilly locked Wario up and was told by Bowser to guard the key to Wario's door. Chief Chilly is found at the end of the stage Chief Chilly Challenge, which only Luigi can access using a Power Flower in the room with the large mirror. Once the player enters Chief Chilly's arena, he will begin a dialogue stating that he locked Wario up because he was rude and mocking Chief Chilly's mustache.

Within battle, Chief Chilly acts like a Big Bully; he can only be attacked by punching or kicking him off the stage. Every time the player manages to do so, Chief Chilly will make the stage smaller and then hop to the middle of stage. If the player is standing in the middle of the stage, they will take damage. On the third attempt of pushing Chief Chilly off the ledge, he will be off balance, so the player must hit him once more to deal the final blow. Failure to do so will result in Chief Chilly regaining his balance. Once Chief Chilly has fallen for the third time, he will grant the player Wario's key.

Mario Kart DS[edit]

Chief Chilly battling Luigi in Mario Kart DS.

In Mario Kart DS, Luigi must battle Chief Chilly in Level 6 of Mission Mode. Like the battle with Big Bully or Chill Bully, Luigi must push Chief Chilly off his platform and into the water. However, Chief Chilly must be pushed off three times instead of one time and becomes stronger and trickier with every successful attack on Luigi's part. However, after he falls for the second time, he gains the ability to jump over Luigi's boost attacks. To defeat him, Luigi has to approach Chief Chilly, then attack him either from the side, where the boss is unable see him, or while the Bully boss is charging at him, which knocks both of them backward. Luigi can either attack him from afar or in close proximity to his frozen foe.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キングアイスどんけつ
Kingu aisu donketsu
King Ice Bully
Spanish Don Témpano Sir Iceberg
French Givross (Super Mario 64 DS)
Voyou Gelé (Mario Kart DS)
Pun of "givre" (frost) and "boss"
Frozen Bully
German König Schüttelfrost (Super Mario 64 DS)
Eis-Bully (Mario Kart DS)
King Chills
Ice Bully
Italian Granghiaccio (Super Mario 64 DS)
Gran Ghiaccio (Mario Kart DS)
Great Ice
Korean 얼음으샤킹
Eoreum-Eusya King
Ice Bully King

Trivia[edit]

  • Although Yoshi can't face Chief Chilly in Super Mario 64 DS, if the player uses a cheat code or a glitch to enter in the mirror and get into Chief Chilly Challenge, then Yoshi can face and defeat Chief Chilly (although Yoshi cannot punch or perform most kicks, Ground Pounds and crouching, sliding kicks, or sweep kicks still work against him). Chief Chilly has special quotes for when facing Yoshi and when being defeated by him (see the quotes page for more).