Spiky Gloomba

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The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Spiky Gloomba
Spiked Gloomba.PNG
Location(s) Pit of 100 Trials (Floors 21, 26)
Max HP 7
Attack 4
Defense 0
Moves Spikebonk (4)
Items HP Drain, Fire Flower, Super Shroom, HP Plus
Coins 0 - 2
Log A Gloomba with a painful-looking spike that likes damp places.
Misc. stats
Level 13
Exp. points 0
Sleep? 80%
Dizzy? 80%
Confuse? 80%
Tiny? 90%
Burn? 100%
Freeze? 80%
Stop? 90%
Soft? 90%
Fright? 90%
Gale Force? 90%
KO? 80%
Tattle

That's a Spiky Gloomba. It's a Spiky Goomba that likes dark places. Max HP is 7, Attack is 4, and Defense is 0. Its Attack is pretty high, huh? I'm sure you know this, but try not to jump on the spike. I wonder if I'd look like that if I stayed down here long enough? ...I'd rather not think about that. Are there tanning salons in Rogueport?

Bestiary
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A Spiky Gloomba (also known as a Spiked Gloomba) is a Gloomba with a spike on its head. Because it has a spike on its head, Mario will get hurt if he jumps on it, unless he has the Spike Shield. In Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door, they appear in the Pit of 100 Trials in the Rogueport Sewers. They are much tougher than a regular Spiked Goomba. This species, along with the Hyper Spiky Goomba, are the strongest Goomba species in this game.

Related enemies[edit]

Paper Mario Tattle and stats information[edit]

Paper Mario Enemy
Spiked Gloomba
PMSpikedGloomba.png
Location(s) Toad Town Tunnels
Max HP 7
Attack 3
Defense 0
Moves Spikebonk (4)
Type
Items Dizzy Dial, Sleepy Sheep
Coins
Misc. stats
Level
Run
Strong
Weak
Sleep?
Dizzy?
Shock?
Shrink?
Stop?
Fright?
Air Lift?
Hurricane?
Tattle

This is a Spiked Gloomba. They're Spiked Goombas who live in the Toad Town Tunnels. Max HP: 7, Attack Power: 3, Defense Power: 0 Be careful of the spiked hats they wear. It'll definitely hurt if you jump on 'em.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヤミトゲクリボー
Yami Togekuribo
Dark Spine Goomba
French Gloombapic Portmanteau of "Gloomba" and "pic" (spike)
German Pieks-Glumba Spike Gloomba