Poison Pokey

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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Poison Pokey
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Max HP 8
Attack 4
Defense 0
Location(s) Riverside Station, Pit of 100 Trials
Log A poisonous Pokey that attacks with poison and sometimes calls in friends. Take it out quickly.
Items Life Shroom, HP Drain, Earth Quake, Mr. Softener
Moves Slam (3, Poison), Body Throw (4, Poison), Pull (summons Poison Pokey), Bonk (5, Poison)
Tattle
That's a Poison Pokey. As you probably guessed, it's a poisonous Pokey. Max HP is 8, Attack is 4, and Defense is 0. If you get poisoned, your HP will slowly drain, so you may want to avoid that. I'm sure you can see this, but they have spines all over, so DON'T touch them. They may be smiling, but that doesn't mean they're happy to see you!
Bestiary
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Poison Pokeys are a sub-species of Pokey that appear in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. They extremely resemble Pokey Mummies from the first Paper Mario, but the two are completely different species, as Pokey Mummies are actually just dead Pokeys. Poison Pokeys are found at the Riverside Station and in the Pit of 100 Trials. They attack like regular Pokeys, but they are stronger and can induce poison.

Super Paper Mario Enemy
Poison Pokey
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Max HP 12
Attack 2
Defense
Location(s) Castle Bleck, Flipside Pit of 100 Trials
Card Type Common
Card Description
With prickles and poison, this baddie is double trouble. All it needs is a big hug. Any volunteers?
Tattle
That's a Poison Pokey. It's much like a regular Pokey, but it has poisonous spines... Max HP is 12 and Attack is 2. Watch your step... Being poisoned isn't pleasant... If you do get poisoned, most items that restore HP also cure poison...
List of Catch Cards
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Poison Pokeys appear again in Super Paper Mario. They can be found in Castle Bleck and in the Flipside Pit of 100 Trials (room #85). They attack like regular Pokeys, by flinging their body segments, or by hopping towards the player if they lose all their body segments. Poison Pokeys are quite aggressive than normal Pokeys to Mario and are found in high groups in this game. Poison Pokeys sometimes drop Dried Shrooms when they are defeated (so the player can cure his or her eventual poison status effect).

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Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドクサンボ
Doku Sanbo
Poison Pokey
Spanish Pokey Venenoso Poison Pokey
French Pokey Poison Literal translation
German Faul-Pokey Rotten Pokey