Fawflopper

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Fawflopper
Fawflopper.gif
Location(s) Blubble Lake
Battled by
Level
HP 96/144
Power 48/120
Defense 56/84
Speed 90/135
Fire
Burn?
Dizzy?
Stat Down?
KO?
Experience
Coins 40
Item Drop Super Mushroom, Supersyrup Jar
Internal ID

Fawfloppers are grasshopper-like creatures that resemble Fawful who appear in Blubble Lake in the game Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. Bowser can defeat these in the overworld. All Bowser has to do is walk over one to defeat the creature and earn some coins. This means Mario and Luigi exclusively can fight these creatures. These enemies attacks consist of jumping attacks. Its main attack is lunging at a brother. It will first look at the brother before striking. This attack is countered with a jump. However, the Fawflopper may laugh before it does its attack, meaning it is going to jump over the bro, causing no damage if the bro does not jump. Its other attack includes defying gravity and hopping above the bro little by little. It will then try to fall on top of the bro. This attack can be countered with the hammer. It will look at the brother before striking.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲラスホッパー
Gerasuhoppā
From Fawful's Japanese name, Gerakobittsu, and the English word "grasshopper".
Spanish (NOA) Fawfito Grillo "Grasshopper Fawfito" Fawfito Grillo is based on the spanish name of Jiminy Cricket, Pepe Grillo (also Pepito Grillo).
Spanish (NOE) Saltácovitz From Saltamontes, meaning Grasshopper and Fawful's European Spanish name, Grácovitz.
German Krankhüpfer From Fawful's German name, Krankfried, and Grashüpfer, meaning Grasshopper.