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Bowser's Inside Story Enemy
Treevil.gifTreevil Berry.gif
Two Treevils (one with a berry and one without).
Location(s) Dimble Wood
Battled by Mario & Luigi or Bowser
Level 14
HP 95/143
Power 52/130 (with berry)
46/115 (without berry)
Defense 45/68 (with berry)
36/54 (without berry)
Speed 24/36 (with berry)
18/27 (without berry)
Fire Double
Burn? Double
Dizzy? Immune
Stat Down? Half
KO? Normal
Experience 35 (with berry)
30 (without berry)
Coins 10 (with berry)
8 (without berry)
Item Drop Hot Drumstick (5%)
Syrup Jar (25%)
Related None
  • The second set of numbers next to the enemy's HP, POW, DEF, SPEED and Coins are stat increases from the Challenge Medal accessory; a 50% increase for HP, DEF, SPEED and Coins earned, and a 150% increase for POW.
Bowser battling Treevils.

Treevil is a walking tree enemy found in Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. Their name is a portmanteau of "tree" and "evil". They can be encountered in Dimble Wood. It appears in two forms, one with sad glowing blue eyes and one with malicious red eyes, the latter holding an acorn on its branches; these Treevils are stronger. To attack, a Treevil throws twigs at the character. While playing as Bowser, Treevil will either lob the twig high into the air, forcing Bowser to use his shell defense, or throw it so it bounces along the ground, forcing Bowser to counter it with a punch. If a Treevil has an acorn, Bowser can inhale it using his Vacuum attack to restore 20 HP. When Mario and Luigi encounter a Treevil, it attacks in the same way, but the Bros. must counter the twigs with their hammers. The stats increasing with the berry is similar to Pidgits from the previous game.

Bowser can use the Vacuum Block to inhale a Blitty from Treevils.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マガツリー
From 「禍」 maga, meaning "chaotic", and "tree".
Spanish (NOA) Arbólico From árbol (tree) and diabólico (diabolic).
Spanish (NOE) Malarrama From malo/a (bad or evil) and rama (branch).
French (NOA) Arbolique From arbre (tree) and diabolique (diabolic).
French (NOE) Épouvantarbre From épouvante (terror) and arbre (tree).
German Alpbaum From Alptraum (nightmare) and Baum (tree).
Italian Stregalbero From strega (witch) and albero (tree).