Fawful Guy

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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Fawful Guy
Fawful Guy.gif
Location(s) Bowser Path, Bowser Castle
Battled by
Level 22
HP 172/258
Power 45/113
Defense 57/86
Speed 58/87
Fire Normal
Burn? Half
Dizzy? Double
Stat Down? Half
KO? Half
Experience 240
Coins 60
Item Drop Ultra Mushroom (5%)
1-Up Mushroom (25%)
Internal ID

Fawful Guys are Shy Guys that wear orange robes and a Fawful face mask. They are found in the events of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story; they also have a dark version. They can be defeated by Bowser if he attacks them in the overworld for coins, but Mario and Luigi have to fight them.

They attack in strange ways. One of their attacks involves getting eaten by an offscreen creature that has the tongue of a Yoshi and a roar similar to Yoob, a massive Yoshi monster from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time. The creature encases them in an egg (making reference to both Yoob and Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island) and launches them at the bros. Right before the Fawful Guy is launched, a target will appear showing who they will attack. If the brothers jump on the egg, they can cause significant damage to the Fawful Guy. They can also attempt to headbutt the brothers (jumping ala Woozy Guys), which they have to counter with their hammers. At the climax of this attack, a Fawful Guy will occasionally pull out an umbrella and float towards Mario or Luigi, who can still counterattack with their hammers.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゲラホー
Gerahō
From Fawful's Japanese name, "Gerakobits", and "Heihō", Shy Guy's Japanese name.
Spanish (NOA) Fawful Guy Fawful Guy
Spanish (NOE) Grácoguytz Pun on Grácovitz (Fawful's European Spanish name) and Shy Guy.
French (NOE) Graskass From Fawful's French name, "Gracowitz", and "Maskass", Shy Guy's French name.
German Krank Guy From Fawful's German name, "Krankfried", and "Shy Guy".
Italian Tipo Ghigno Grin Guy