Huff N. Puff

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Huff N. Puff
Huff N Puff.jpg
Full Name Huff N. Puff
Species Ruff Puff
First Appearance Paper Mario (2000)

“Is that you, Spike!? So! You have betrayed me!”
Huff N. Puff, Paper Mario

Huff N. Puff is a large cloud monster of the Puff species appearing in the game Paper Mario. He is found in the sixth chapter of the game, Dark Days in Flower Fields, in the area Flower Fields preventing the sun from shining over the lands.

History[edit]

Paper Mario[edit]

Bowser assigned Huff N. Puff to guard the sixth Star Spirit, Klevar, by using the Star Rod to turn him into a Ruff Puff beast. His base of operations is Cloudy Climb. Mario and his comrades, with the help from their newly-reformed teammate Lakilester, destroy his Puff-Puff Machine and engage him in battle. If Lakilester is the active partner when Mario confronts Huff N. Puff, the cloud boss will react differently, addressing the Lakitu directly by his old moniker "Spike" and calling out his betrayal.

Huff N. Puff attacks by Body Slamming, blowing wind, and using thunder and lightning strikes. When his HP reaches as low as five, he will then begin attacking by creating earthquakes. Huff N. Puff can absorb electricity attacks without any ill effects to himself. If Huff N. Puff is struck with any other type of attack, he will spawn several Tuff Puffs equal to the amount of damage done. These Tuff Puffs provide backup while battling Mario and his comrades. Huff N. Puff can inhale the Tuff Puffs to restore HP. They also assist Huff N. Puff with his earthquake attack, increasing the damage caused depending on how many Tuff Puffs join the attack.

After Huff N. Puff is defeated, he explodes, freeing Klevar and sending several Tuff Puffs flying in all directions. In spite of this, he does make an appearance in the credits during the parade, being shrunk by the Yoshi kids and chased by Gourmet Guy, who has a knife and fork and wants to eat him.

Super Mario-Kun[edit]

Huff N. Puff in Super Mario-Kun

Huff N. Puff appears also in volume 26 of Super Mario-Kun. Huff N. Puff is seen to be enjoying himself before Mario and his partners attack him. Huff N. Puff first punches Mario. Then, he causes sharks and Bob-ombs to rain on Mario and his partners. Then, he causes a Super Earthquake. Lakilester retaliates with Spiny Surge, but Huff N. Puff creates Tuff Puffs that latch on Mario. Unexpectedly, however, Luigi, Wario, and Yoshi jump in. Luigi sucks in the Tuff Puffs with his Poltergust 3000. Wario then tickles Huff N. Puff so Mario can land a blow on Huff N. Puff (and Wario accidentally) with his hammer. In Super Mario Kun, Huff N. Puff has teeth.

Profile and statistics[edit]

Paper Mario Enemy
Huff N. Puff
PMHuffNPuff.png Max HP 60 Attack 5 Defense 0 Type Flying
Level 80 Strong Electric Weak None Moves Recover, Body Slam (5), Storm Breath (7-2), Thunder Strike (12 or 10), Super Earthquake (5-15)
Sleep? Immune Dizzy? Immune Shock? Immune Shrink? Immune
Stop? Immune Fright? Immune Air Lift? Immune Hurricane? Immune
Coins N/A Items N/A Run N/A Location(s) Cloudy Climb
Tattle This is Huff N. Puff. He's a giant cloud monster. His thunder attack is very dangerous. If you don't defend, you'll take massive damage. When you attack Huff N. Puff, little clouds called Tuff Puffs come out. Their number is based on the amount of damage you do. If you leave the Tuff Puffs, Huff N. Puff will swallow them up and restore his HP. You need to use smart tactics to beat this guy, Mario.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オズモーン
Ozumōn
Probably from 「雲」 kumo, "cloud", and possibly 「大勢」 ōzei, meaning a crowd of people.
Spanish Huff Puff
French Pfff Haaaa
German Schnaufula pun on "schnaufen" (means to puffing) with the suffix -ula from "Dracula"
Portuguese Huff N. Puff -
Chinese 云雾老怪
Yúnwù Lǎoguài
Cloudy big boss