Bubble Blooper

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Bubble Blooper
DryBubble Blooper.gif
Location(s) Pump Works
HP 23
Power 16
Defense 18
Speed 18
Experience 10
Coins 4
Items Mushroom
Gear None
Related Blooper
Sea Pipe Statue

Bubble Bloopers are a type of Blooper found only in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. They are found only in the Pump Works in Bowser's body. They are blue, bubble shaped, and stuffed full of water.

In battle, Bubble Bloopers have two attacks they can use. They will attack Mario and Luigi by rolling or bouncing their way; both can be countered by the hammer. Bubble Bloopers will float up to one of two levels to signal which attack they will use. If they go to the top of the bottom screen, they will roll at the bro. they are targeting after landing. If they go to the top screen, they will bounce onto their target.

Dried Form[edit]

When Bowser stops drinking water, all the Bubble Bloopers dry out as a result of them losing their water and turn into a new enemy called Dried Bloopers. They are thin in appearance, and use this ability in battle. They will jump and float horizontally downwards like a leaf, making two passes at its target. To counter the Dried Blooper's attack, the player must simply jump over it when it passes by.

Names in other languages[edit]

Bubble form[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミネラルゲッソー
Mineraru Gessō
Mineral Blooper
Spanish (NOA) Bloobuja Pun of Blooper and burbuja (bubble)
Spanish (NOE) Acuablooper From "Agua" (Water) and Blooper
French Aquabloups From "Aqua" (Water) and Bloups (Blooper)
German Saft-Blooper Juice Blooper
Italian Bollamako From "Bolla" (bubble) and "Calamako" (Blooper)

Dried form[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カラカラゲッソー
Karakara Gessō
Parched Blooper
Spanish (NOA) Blooper Terrestre Land Blooper
Spanish (NOE) Terrablooper From "Tierra" (Soil) and Blooper
French (NOA) Blooper Terreste Land Blooper
French (NOE) Bloups séché Dried Blooper
German Trocken-Blooper Dry Blooper
Italian Calamasekko From "Calamako" (Blooper) and "secco" (dry)

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