“Now thennnn... I am one of the guardians of the Star Cuuures. We sages knew the day of the Dark Star awakening would come, and so awaited the heeeeroes... We have met many times, as you two well rememberrrr... The day Bowser ate me along with the giga-carrot was the day our fates crosssssed... heh heh heh heh... it is clear we are connected by a fate that is beyond our poor comprehensionnnn...”
Wisdurm is a character from the game Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story. She is the guardian of the first Star Cure but initially appears to Mario and Luigi as the enemy Durmite. Wisdurm has three different appearances in addition to her massive Durmite form: in the overworld she appears as a tiny teal caterpillar, but in battle she can also temporarily grow to a medium-sized pink form, and after her defeat, she reveals her butterfly form to the Mario Bros. In all her forms, she possesses a Birdo-like face, with a sucker for a mouth and what appears to be a bow atop her head. Of all three Star Sages, Wisdurm is the only one not encountered outside Bowser's body, and the only one to be featured in Challenge Node, as Wisdurm X.
Wisdurm's name comes from "wisdom" and "Durmite", which is still used as the attack target name when Wisdurm is in her small form in battle. She is misnamed in the Prima Strategy Guide's enemy list as "Wise Pillbo".
Shortly after she was eaten by Bowser along with the Giga Carrot, Wisdurm, as "Durmite" attacks the Mario Bros. and upon her defeat, shrinks into a tiny caterpillar and flees. When they are informed that she is the first Sage, Mario and Luigi set off to retrieve the first Star Cure, pursuing Wisdurm to the Energy Hold where she continues to evade them. Eventually she grows tired of being chased around by the brothers and confronts them, at which point they explain the situation and ask for the Star Cure. But rather than simply giving it to them, Wisdurm challenges them to a battle over the ownership of the Star Cure.
In battle, Wisdurm attacks the Mario Bros. in various ways. Sometimes she sends a giant heart into the air which quickly flashes a picture of one of the brothers and lands on them. She also attacks by spitting a beam of stars at the Mario brothers. It moves slowly up and down a couple of times. When she takes enough damage, she will use her Magical Rod on her tail to make the brothers switch places while dodging the beam so that they'll have to switch using buttons to dodge attacks. She can also shrink one of the Mario Bros. (which makes them resemble their sprites from Super Mario Bros.). She will then try to trample the shrunken Mario Bro. and they must us their hammer to ward off her attack.
Wisdurm starts the battle small, but a gauge above her fills as she takes damage. When the gauge is filled, she transforms into her larger, more powerful form. The Mario Bros. can attack the Magical Rod to empty the gauge faster. After the Magical Rod takes enough damage, Wisdurm will shrink again.
After being defeated, she'll turn into her true form, a butterfly, and drop the Star Cure and the brothers continue their adventure. It is unknown if she ever managed to escape from Bowser's body, as she is one of the only characters not to be shown to be exhaled from Bowser's body after Fawful was destroyed.
 Wisdurm X
Wisdurm X is the third boss faced in The Gauntlet of Challenge Node. It costs 800 Coins to battle Wisdurm X. in this form, Wisdurm attacks the same and the fighting style is the same, too. The only difference is that Wisdurm X has more HP, more attack, more defense and the attacks are tougher to dodge. The star beam attack, for example, is much slower, and Wisdurm X changes the location of the bros. much more often than the original did. Wisdurm's stone heart attack is also used more and the make a brother small move has Wisdurm X getting much closer to the Mario brothers and they have to hammer her four times in order to stop her. The color scheme has been changed also from pink and yellow to green and orange. The player has 18 turns to destroy Wisdurm X.
 Names in Other Languages
 Magic Rod