Dark Paratroopa

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The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Dark Paratroopa
DarkParatroopa.png
Location(s) Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 41, 46)
Max HP 8
Attack 4
Defense 2
Moves Shell Shot (4)
Items Fire Flower, Super Shroom, HP Plus P, Dizzy Dial
Coins 1 - 2
Log A Paratroopa that lives in dark, damp places. It has a very hard shell, but you can flip it over by jumping on it.
Misc. stats
Level 17
Exp. points 0
Sleep? 75%
Dizzy? 105%
Confuse? 70%
Tiny? 85%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 70%
Stop? 80%
Soft? 85%
Fright? 75%
Gale Force? 95%
KO? 70%
Tattle

This is a Dark Paratroopa. It lives in dark, damp places. Max HP is 8, Attack is 4, and Defense is 2. It's strong, but otherwise just like other Paratroopas. It's airborne, so try to ground it first.

Bestiary
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This article is about the enemies from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. For information about the enemies from Super Paper Mario with the same name, see Dark Paratroopa (Super Paper Mario).

Dark Paratroopas (or D. Paratroopa) are purple Paratroopas that live in the Pit of 100 Trials, in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. They are basically Dark Koopas with wings. These are stronger versions of regular Paratroopas, having more HP and Attack. Jumping on a Dark Paratroopa causes it to lose its wings and become a Dark Koopa.

Dark Paratroopas were originally going to be in the original Paper Mario, but were removed from the game. However, their coding was not, and this includes a complete Goombario Tattle, which means the stats are intact as well.

Paper Mario profile and statistics[edit]

Paper Mario Enemy
Dark Paratroopa
DParatroopa.png Max HP 8 Attack 3 Defense 2 Type Ground
Level 18 Strong Fire Weak ? Moves unknown
Sleep? ? Dizzy? ? Shock? ? Shrink? ?
Stop? ? Fright? ? Air Lift? ? Hurricane? ?
Coins ? Items ? Run ? Location(s) Toad Town Tunnels
Tattle This is a D. Paratroopa. D. Paratroopas are Paratroopas who live in the Toad Town Tunnels. Hammer attacks won't work because they're airborne. They'll lose their wings if you jump on 'em. They'll become Dark Koopas when they fall, but be careful! They'll do a dizzy attack once they're grounded.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヤミパタパタ
Yami Patapata
Dark Paratroopa (from 「闇」 yami, meaning darkness or gloom).
French Dark Paratroopa -
German Fies Parakoopa Mean Paratroopa