Magon

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Magon
Magon.jpg
Artwork of a Big Magon.
First Appearance Wario World (2003)
Sub-Species
Skeletal Magon
Clown
Snowman
Wolf
Puppet Magon
Mummy Magon

Magons[1] are a species of monsters appearing in Wario World. They are first seen in Greenhorn Forest. With a few punches, they can be defeated. Small Magons can be defeated in one hit, while large Magons take from 1-3 hits, depending on which type they are. Forest, Skeletal, and Clown Magons require one hit while all future versions require three.

Every Magon or Magon-like enemy encountered has a large and small version. The small Magons seen in Greenhorn Forest would not hurt Wario, but in later levels, they would have a bite attack. The large Magons, Skeletal Magons, and Snowmen try to hit Wario with a mere swipe. The large Clowns, Wolves, Puppet Magons, and Mummy Magons swipe too, but they also have a much more powerful tail spin that knocks Wario out for a few seconds. Any large Magon may also make a slide attack, and while it does not do damage, it will dislodge whatever Wario is carrying. They must be stunned with a punch or three punches (starting in Shivering Mountains) first, then Wario had to execute a Piledriver, Wild Swing-Ding or Power Throw to defeat them, although a regular throw is effective as well, unlike many stronger enemies.

Other varieties of Magons would appear is later levels, including Skeletal Magons, Clowns, Snowmen, Wolves, Puppet Magons and Mummy Magons. Each Magon species gradually attacks at faster rates, with the earlier variations attacking at slower rates than the later variations.

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タマゴン
Tamagon
portmango of "卵" (tamago) meaning egg and "dragon"

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグタマゴン
Biggu tamagon
Big Magon

Skeletal Magon[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 骨ゴン
Hone gon
Bone-gon

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグ骨ゴン
Biggu hone gon
Big Hone gon

Clown[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ピエロン
Pieron
Pun on pierrot

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグピエロン
Biggu pieron
Big Pieron

Snowman[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ユッキ
Yukki
from 雪 (yuki), meaning snow

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグユッキ
Biggu yukki
Big Yukki

Wolf[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウルップ
Uruppu
from wolf

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビッグウルップ
Biggu uruppu
Big Uruppu

Puppet Magon[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミイティー
Miitexī
from mew

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワンスル
Wansuru
from ワンワン (wanwan), meaning bow-wow

Mummy Magon[edit]

Small

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミミック
Mimikku
from ミイラ (Mīra) meaning mummy

Large

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カイロネ
Kairone
from cairo

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wario World instruction booklet, page 30.