Spunia

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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Enemy
Spunia
Spunia.gif
Max HP 12
Attack 7
Defense 2
Location(s) Rogueport Sewers
Pit of 100 Trials (levels 81-89)
Log A creature with a body made up of springy discs. It may not look like much, but it's pretty tough.
Items Super Shroom, Thunder Rage, Pretty Lucky P
Moves Spin (7)
Tattle
That's a Spunia. Its body is made up of springy discs. It may not look like much, but it's pretty tough. It won't come at you with anything too weird, so just hang in there, OK?
Bestiary
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Spunias are an extremely powerful sub-species of Spinias found in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Spunias resemble pink Spinias and possess spikes like Spanias. They have fangs coming out of their mouths. Spunias are the strongest sub-species of Spinias, having a large amount of HP and attack power. They also have defense, unlike their relatives Spania and Spinia. Only one appears outside of the Pit of 100 Trials. It lives in the Rogueport Sewers, and its room can only be visited after Chapter 5.

Names in Other Languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヘンニャー
Hennyā
Possibly from "変"(weird)
French Henya -
German Gigasproing "Giga" is an increase of "Mega" + "Sproing" (referring to their sound)

Trivia[edit]

  • The name Spunia derives from spun, the past tense verb of spin (Spinia's namesake), and a corruption of ya, the slang form of you.
  • The Spunia in Rogueport Sewers does not spin into Mario when he gets near it unlike other Spunia.
  • Spinias and Spunias were going to be in Super Paper Mario but were taken out.[citation needed] However, Spanias are still in the final game.
  • With the exception of Amazy Dayzee, Spunia is the deepest enemy (Appearing in Floors 81-89) in the Pit of 100 Trials that can be fought above the pit.

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