Corkpedite

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Corkpedite's complete form

Corkpedite is a sand golem enemy in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. The cork-shouldered beasts are found in Barrel Volcano. Corkpedites are immensely powerful creatures in battle, mostly due to their great physical attacks and defense. It is divided into two parts: a head (called the "Corkpedite" itself in the game) and a body (named the "Body"). Both parts have separate health points, so Mario must defeat both parts to completely defeat the creature. The two parts share resistances and weakness, but the head has superior stats, because it is the one that actually attacks. Once the head is eliminated, the Body will simply use Migraine on one of Mario's party members. Pyrospheres and Oerlikons are often fought alongside the creature in battle.

Corkpedites can also be encountered outside of battle, unlike many large enemies in the game. They can be seen knocking Oerlikons from the ceiling by stomping the ground.

Stats[edit]

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Body
Corkybod.PNG HP 300 FP 100 Speed 5 Yoshi Cookie Mushroom
Attack 100 Magic Attack 6 Location(s) Barrel Volcano Bonus Flower DEFENSE UP!
Defense 99 Magic Defense 1 Weak Ice Items Honey Syrup, Royal Syrup
Evade 0% Magic Evade 0% Strong Fire, Fear, Poison, Mute Psychopath
"......"
Coins 0 Exp. points 30 Moves Migraine
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Enemy
Corkpedite
Corkpedite Sprite - Super Mario RPG.png HP 200 FP 100 Speed 5 Yoshi Cookie Crystalline
Attack 130 Magic Attack 80 Location(s) Barrel Volcano Bonus Flower ATTACK UP!
Defense 110 Magic Defense 20 Weak Ice Items Fright Bomb
Evade 0% Magic Evade 0% Strong Fire, Fear, Poison, Mute Psychopath
"Off! FORGET IT!"
Coins 10 Exp. points 50 Moves Sand Storm


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジタンダ
Jitanda
からだ
Karada
Time Up!

Body

Trivia[edit]

  • There is an unused enemy named Pile Driver who shares the same sprite as the Corkpedite, only shaded blue[1].

References[edit]

  1. ^ YouTube video: "Super Mario RPG: Unused Enemies". Accessed March 20, 2009