Dark Puff

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The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Dark Puff
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Location(s) Boggly Woods, Glitzville, Pit of 100 Trials (Floor 11-19)
Max HP 3
Attack 2
Defense 0
Moves Slam (2), Shocking Charge (Electric), Thunder Attack (2 to Mario and Partner, Piercing), Fly to Hover (Moves closer to ground, does not count as turn), Hover to Fly (moves higher in the air, does not count as turn)
Items Mushroom, Thunder Bolt, Dizzy Dial
Coins 1 - 2
Log A thunderhead that attacks with lightning. Don't touch it when it's charged up, or you'll be in for a shock.
Misc. stats
Level 10
Exp. points 0
Sleep? 95%
Dizzy? 105%
Confuse? 90%
Tiny? 95%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 100%
Stop? 95%
Soft? 95%
Fright? 90%
Gale Force? 105%
KO? 95%
Tattle

That's a Dark Puff. It's basically a tiny, mean thunderhead. Max HP is 3, Attack is 2, and Defense is 0. Sometimes it'll charge itself with electricity. Don't touch it when it does! Yowch! You know what I mean, right? Brzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzt! Shocking! After it charges itself, it'll totally zap you with lightning. Beat it as fast as you can.

Bestiary
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Not to be confused with Dark Ruff Puff.

Dark Puff is a cloud enemy related to the Ruff Puff in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Dark Puffs are shaded gray and are one of the enemies that are weak. Despite the fact that they look weak, they have the ability to use a Lightning Charge attack, but it requires charging. A charged-up Dark Puff will hurt Mario if he jumps on it. But, if Mario is electrified himself, he can jump on said charged Dark Puff without taking damage. While Dark Puffs are weak, they are assisted by Clefts and Pale Piranhas.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クロクモーン
Kurokumōn
A corruption of 「黒雲」 kurokumo, meaning "dark clouds".
French ZzZt Pfff "Zzzt" is an onomatopoeia referring to something swooping down; the onomatopoeia "pfff" hints at a sigh or a breath
German Stratox -