Frogog

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Super Mario RPG Enemy
Frogog
Frogog.jpg
Location(s) Bandit's Way
HP 80
Attack
Magic Attack
Defense
Magic Defense
Speed
Moves
Items
Coins
              Misc. stats
FP
Evade
Magic Evade
Strong
Weak
Exp. points
Bonus Flower HP MAX! Flower
Yoshi Cookie Able Juice
Psychopath
"This bright sunshine better not fry me!"

Frogogs are large muscular frog monsters that appear in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Frogogs predominantly live in Bandit's Way but also reside in the Pipe Vault. Frogogs always fight alongside other monsters, including Goombas, Spikeys, Sky Troopas, and K-9s, usually in groups of three. Frogogs are one of the most powerful monsters in the early stages of the game.

FrogogStanding.gif

In battle, they attack by biting Mario's party members. Additionally, Frogogs sometimes attack by shooting harmful bubbles that cause 50% more damage than usual.[1] To be defeated, Frogogs need to be attacked many times, due to their higher HP compared to other enemies in the beginning of the game. Fortunately, they have not mastered any special attacks. Since Frogogs are amphibians, too much direct sunlight to their skin can be dangerous to their health, as indicated by their Psychopath thought. Frogogs are relatives of Ribbites, which appear later in Land's End.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese リチャード
Richādo
Richard; may refer to Prince Richard, a major opponent featured in the frog-themed game Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru.

Trivia[edit]

  • The Frogog is the first enemy encountered in the game that's original to Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, not based in any recurring enemy from Mario's previous games. Terrapin and Spikey are also original, but they are based on the recurring enemies Koopa Troopa and Spiny respectively.
  • Frogogs resemble the Kremlings of the Donkey Kong series.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Super Mario RPG Battle Mechanics Guide by newmansage. "Enemy Skills" section.