Dark Bones

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Not to be confused with Dark Dull Bones.
The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Dark Bones
PMTTYD Dark Bones.png
Location(s) Palace of Shadow
Max HP 20
Attack 5
Defense 2
Moves Bone Throw (5), Multibone (3x3), Shake (N/A), Get Up (+20HP), Build (Summons Dry Bones)
Items Palace Key
Coins 6
Log It's the baddest of the Bones bunch, so its HP is really high. When its HP get down to 0, it might rise again.
Misc. stats
Level 34
Exp. points 0
Sleep? 0%
Dizzy? 20%
Confuse? 20%
Tiny? 80%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 60%
Stop? 65%
Soft? 80%
Fright? 0%
Gale Force? 60%
KO? 85%
Tattle

That's a Dark Bones. It's the baddest of the Bones gang. Max HP is 20, Attack is 5, and Defense is 2. When its HP goes down to 0, it collapses into a pile, but it'll eventually rise again. Fire and explosions will put a permanent end to it getting back up, though. Its HP is high, so it's hard to take it down. Like any other Bones, it sometimes builds friends if it feels outnumbered. It's a pretty tough enemy. You better take it and its buddies out all at once.

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“Let those who would disturb her sleep fall into the depths of endless darkness...”
Dark Bones, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Dark Bones are the most powerful type of Dry Bones. Instead of being a pale gray with red shoes, they are a bluish violet with purple shoes. Dark Bones are only found in the Palace of Shadow (where they are seen twice, once in a corridor and yet again in Riddle Tower) in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Showstopper, the special move, can actually destroy the Dark Bones.

It is unknown whether Dark Bones affiliate with Bowser or not, but they appear to be affiliated with the Shadow Queen. However, a certain Dark Bones's pre-battle speech seems to indicate that it has been ordered to keep the Shadow Queen from awakening.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブラックカロン
Burakku Karon
Black Dry Bones
French Skelangoisse Portmanteau of "squelette" (skeleton) and "angoisse" (dread)
German Geistertrocken Portmanteau of "Geister" (Ghosts) and "Knochentrocken (German name of Dry Bones)
Italian Tartosso Nero Black Dry Bones