Gloomba

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Not to be confused with Galoomba.
Super Paper Mario Enemy
Gloomba
7. Gloomba Card.PNG
Max HP 2
Attack 2
Defense 0
Location(s) The Bitlands (3-1), Flipside Pit of 100 Trials (Rooms 5, 9, and 22)
Card Type Common
Card Description
A Goomba that thrives in dank, depressing holes. A strict all-mushroom diet makes this guy extra fungal.
Tattle
This is a Gloomba, a Goomba that lives its entire life underground... Max HP is 2 and Attack is 2. It doesn't see a lot of sun, so it's a little pale... But it is stronger than your average Goomba...and has a very dark personality... It must be hard to be a pale, friendless Goomba that lives underground...
List of Catch Cards
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Gloombas are blue Goombas that appear in the Paper Mario series. Gloombas live deep underground, in areas such as Toad Town Tunnels and the Pit of 100 Trials. These Goombas are much more powerful than their surface-dwelling cousins. It is said that a Gloomba gets its blue hue from living without sunlight and are possibly based off the blue Goombas Mario encounters in the underground levels of Super Mario Bros. In the Prima Super Paper Mario strategy guide, it is stated that Gloombas can poison the player, although this is false.

Related Enemies[edit]

Stats and Tattle information[edit]

Paper Mario Enemy
Gloomba
PaperMarioGloomba.png
Max HP 7
Attack 2
Defense 0
Location(s) Toad Town Tunnels


Moves Headbonk (2)
Tattle
Gloombas are nasty Goombas who live in Toad Town Tunnels. They're stronger than ordinary Goombas, but you can take 'em.
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Gloomba
Gloomba.jpg
Max HP 7
Attack 3
Defense 0
Location(s) Pit of 100 Trials (Levels 1-9)
Log A Goomba that likes dark, damp places. It must look like that because it lives below ground!
Items HP Plus, HP Plus P, Fire Flower, Super Shroom, Volt Shroom
Moves Headbonk (3)
Tattle
That's a Gloomba. It likes dark, damp places. It's stronger than a normal Goomba, so be careful. That's not a healthy color for a Goomba, but it doesn't mean it's sick or anything. So don't show any mercy!
Bestiary
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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヤミクリボー
Yami Kuribō
Dark Goomba
Spanish Gloomba -
French Gloomba -
German Glumba The English name adapted to German spelling
Italian Gloomba -