Green Fuzzy

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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Green Fuzzy
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Max HP 5
Attack 3
Defense 0
Location(s) Glitz Pit, Keelhaul Key
Log This minty Fuzzy replenishes its HP as it drains yours. And it can multiply.
Items Sleepy Sheep, Slow Shroom, Ruin Powder, HP Plus P, Ice Storm
Moves HP Drain (Absorbs 3 HP, Piercing), Spin (summons Green Fuzzy with identical stats)
Tattle
That's a Green Fuzzy. As you can see, it's a Fuzzy, and it's green. This is similar to a normal Fuzzy, so it replenishes its own HP as it sucks out ours. EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW... That is just the grossest thing ever. ...If you don't find that idea gross, seriously, there's something wrong with you. The main difference between this and other Fuzzies is that this one multiplies. You know, I bet this thing would look great sitting next to a Gold Fuzzy.
Bestiary
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The Green Fuzzy (called a Forest Fuzzy in Paper Mario) is a sub-species of the Fuzzy found in Forever Forest and Keelhaul Key in Paper Mario and Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, respectively. In addition, one Green Fuzzy is fought in the Glitz Pit, where it is a member of The Fuzz. Green Fuzzies are dark green in coloration, in contrast to a common Fuzzy's black color. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, they are slightly more powerful than their normal counterpart, dealing 3 HP of damage instead of 1 HP damage that regular Fuzzies deal. Like regular Fuzzies, they are capable of draining hit points. The main difference with these Fuzzies is that they can duplicate themselves. The new Fuzzy always has the same HP as the original had at the time. Also, they never duplicate if the maximum number of enemies (6) are already in the battle.

Paper Mario stats and tattle information[edit]

Paper Mario Enemy
Forest Fuzzy
Forestfuzzy.gif
Max HP 6
Attack 1
Defense 0
Location(s) Forever Forest


Items Thunder Bolt
Moves
Tattle
This is a Forest Fuzzy. Forest Fuzzies are always green. If they grab hold of you, they'll absorb your HP and add it to their own. The fiends! Those no good... Oh! And they sometimes divide. If they divide they become even stronger, so try to beat 'em before they can split.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese グリーンチョロボン[1]
Gurīn Chorobon
Green Fuzzy
Spanish (NOA) Peludito del Bosque Literal translation of "Forest Fuzzy"
French Fuzzy d'Forêt Forest Fuzzy
German Wald-Fuzzy Forest Fuzzy
Portuguese Fuzzy da floresta Literal translation

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paper Mario: From Japanese to English". (June 17, 2013). The Mushroom Kingdom. Retrieved March 29, 2015.